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'Silicon Heartland' boon for Ohio, but families mourn homes

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 5 d ago

'Silicon Heartland' boon for Ohio, but families mourn homes

"A massive Intel corporation semiconductor operation being called a silicon heartland is a boon for Ohio but displaced residents have mixed feelings AP's Norman hall reports In his State of the Union address president Joe Biden applauded a decision by Intel corporation to build a $20 billion semiconductor operation east of Columbus on thousand empty acres of land 85 year old tressie corsi of Johnstown says that was painful to hear I cried Of course I cried Because it upset me Ohio officials and Intel say the project could result in up to 3000 jobs Sold her home but remained disappointed Money is not that important It was happiness that we had that's what really hurts But for diner owner Tiffany Hollis the project is the cost to progress Every convenience that we have someone sacrificed something for it Intel expects semiconductor production to be online by 2025 I'm Norman

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Katie Gorka's Advice to Those Listening: 'Stand Firm'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | Last week

Katie Gorka's Advice to Those Listening: 'Stand Firm'

"What is your advice to those listening? Firstly, in terms of ammunition in terms of things people should read and should do. If they shouldn't be on Twitter, what should they be reading? We love in primus. We love the conservative news sites. What classical books should they read? Should they read the tocqueville? Should they read an SC 68? So how do parents understand what's happening? And then talk to us about what it takes to do what you do. And where you find the courage to do it and what you say to those who are listening. Yeah, well, I'll say this. I was on a panel a few weeks ago with Tiffany justice, one of the cofounders of moms for liberty. And I asked, I was the moderator. And I asked each of the panelists to tell me what was the hardest thing they had done. And she said, the hardest thing she had ever done. Now, this is the cofounder of moms for liberty. One of the most successful organizations in the last two years. Yeah. They are just booming. But she said the hardest thing she had ever done was get up and talk at a school board meeting. Right. Now I had never done it till about three weeks ago. And I'm going to say, yes, I agree with her. I think it's the hardest thing I've ever done. You know, to be faced with this tribunal of 12 people who you know don't agree with you. You've been press secretary for customs and border patrol. You briefed the military, the intelligence community and the school board was a tough support was much scary. Is there a bunch of maoists, a bunch of you know they hate you and you know that they all, you know, they're in lockstep with each other. Get out of your comfort zone number one. Got to get out of your comfort zone. What else do people need to do to get that armor on them? I think staying up to date on the data because it's changing rapidly. I can't say enough about Jay green's paper that just came out. You had him on the show last week. Oh, good. Okay. That's super important because it blows apart the narrative of the left. And I would just also say to people trust what you know in your heart because you know what's true and what isn't and don't be cowed by this narrative of the left and they're trying to red pill us and don't let it happen. Stand firm.

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Can Elon Musk Really Back Out of His Twitter Deal?

The Trish Regan Show

02:09 min | 3 weeks ago

Can Elon Musk Really Back Out of His Twitter Deal?

"Turn to Elon Musk because this guy is killing me. Hi, I am a big Elon Musk fan. I think he's a brilliant guy. I think having him involved in this space is actually really important and a lot of good could come of it, but I don't know if he's going to get there. Actually, I do think he's going to get there. I do think he wants the company. I think he just doesn't want $54 and 20 cents a share. And it's a little bit tricky because there's that whole look. I'm buying it. I'm just buying it and that it doesn't matter what anything is. I've described this to you all before it's like, you know, you go and you see this great house that you want to buy off the street and you don't know what the bones are like, you don't know how the electricity is or how the basement is and then you buy it or you sign a paper to buy it. You say, you know what? I'm going to waive all my rights to all that stuff. There's no inspection. I'm going to buy for cash and then it turns out like basements flooded and you figure out the basements flying around like wait a second. This house is not worth what I offered to pay. So there's a little bit of that going on. It's got a little bit of buyer's remorse, so I'm going to especially look where Tex Ben since he made the initial bid and so now it's going to be kind of a contest to wills and part of me thinks that you don't want to fight Elon Musk on that one. I think that he might actually, you know, this is very unusual. This is, I will just say this because it is not often in merger deals that you would get a haircut on the price. I mean, it just doesn't happen. There's only like one time it's ever happened, and that was Tiffany. But hey, you know what? He might get it done. Only because this thing is so darn messy. I mean, think about it. If you're on the board of Twitter right now, you're like, oh, first of all, you couldn't say no to the deal because it was an amazing offer. I'm like, what are they thinking? But now that they've said yes, and now that there's all this commotion, what happens? I mean, if they say, okay, we'll take a haircut on the deal. Guess what? Twitter, shareholders will sue the board. Of course they're going to sue. There's going to be tons of litigation because they'll say, why did you do that?

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Will Elon Musk Really Back out of Twitter Now?

The Trish Regan Show

01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

Will Elon Musk Really Back out of Twitter Now?

"All right, turning to Elon because he's quite a character. I love him. I think the guy is brilliant. I would be nervous as a Twitter shareholder right now. I think the deal eventually gets done. I'm not so sure it's going to go at 54 20, though. I've said before, you know, it kind of has to because he signed all these agreements, waving his right to due diligence and historically, deals. They always happen. And the only one I can think of is Tiffany, where they were able to negotiate a little bit of a discount after having signed all the paperwork, but in this particular situation, you have a, you have an entrepreneur gifted entrepreneur that is now saying, wait a second. This is not what I signed up for. Now, I've in the past said, you know, I don't know how much of a leg he really has to stand on only because it's like, you know, if you go and buy a house, see your neighbor's house, and it looks fantastic and you say, I don't need to look at the guts of the house. I don't need to go inside. I don't need to see the basement, and then it turns out, oh, basement's all flooded. Well, if you don't actually agree to have any kind of inspection, if you say I'm just buying it, cash deal, sign on scene, then how much recourse do you really have? Well, that's the question here in this particular case. Typically the courts would be like, yeah, you know, good luck. This is what you signed up for, but in Elon's case, he's really making a lot of noise. His concern is that there are more than 5% bots on Twitter. I think they're probably are. I know the company tries to cut down on those bonds, but I have a feeling that Elon might be onto something that there are a lot of fake accounts. And so his point is, look, I had to go off of your SEC filings. If you lied in the SEC filings and I really shouldn't have to be on the hook for

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The Collaps of Public School Education

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:06 min | 2 months ago

The Collaps of Public School Education

"Let me ask you about their education at Tiffany because I've been covering gender education K through three and the end of excellence education in San Diego's Patrick Henry high school, 9 through 12. Education is collapsing in America as it collapses in Washington state. It is collapsing. And people in Washington state will remember that I was 11 years old when patty Murray was first selected. She ran as the mom in tennis shoes. Oh yes. She was a preschool teacher and she was on school board and she was going to fight for our children. So under her policies, our education has gotten worse. And we were a 44% average in public school system prior to the pandemic. You could imagine how those scores of considerably gone down. All through my boys are in the public school system. And here in Washington state, our kids were out of school for almost two full years. And not only that, we have to get back to teaching math and reading. We have to get back to competitive quality education.

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The Math of Resistance With Tiffany Justice of Moms for Liberty

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:19 min | 3 months ago

The Math of Resistance With Tiffany Justice of Moms for Liberty

"Talk to us about the math of resisting. That when you think you're just one person, when people don't want to stand up and ask that question, the school board. But if one person says yes, I'll ask that question and you just decide to stand beside them and then you realize somebody else will and somebody else will talk about the catalytic knock on effect of showing others that they're not alone Tiffany. Yeah, I think it's hard when you see a company like Disney and others coming out and trying to shame parents and saying, well, you're not accepting of people. That's baloney. This isn't about, you know, this bill in Florida wasn't about homosexuality or heterosexuality. This was about children and innocence, and that's something everyone can get behind and fight for. I really think there's an effort to divide us as American citizens and they're trying to divide us on principle. The funny thing is, I think that Americans are smarter than that. And they're going to see past it, and they're going to work together. So I agree with you. We hear all the time. People come with their moms for liberty t-shirts somewhere. That one person joins them when we're joins them and then collectively they can't be stopped. Again, school districts might be able to pick off one or two parents, right? They can't pick off 40. So stand with each other, lock arms, shoulder to shoulder, and let's show Disney and these woke corporations and ridiculous politicians what we're made of. And what does it take to get involved and start a chapter? Yeah, so you can go to our website, moms for liberty dot org. You can click on the map on your state. You can see where chapters are currently in your state. As I said, a 180 chapters and 34 states. We just added Hawaii. That's very exciting for us. Give us a couple that haven't got any chapters. A negative shout out to some states. Yeah, no, absolutely. We need some more chapters in Georgia in Arizona. We need, again, would love to grow Alaska, alaskans, if you're listening, we'd love to have a chapter in Alaska. But yeah, I mean, what we're seeing is that it is contagious. We're going to do an automated video of how moms for liberty has grown in states. And I'll take it as state like Pennsylvania, for example. To see the way that the chapters have grown one by one by one by one and then to turn around and have 14, right? And all working together, that affect at the state level is just

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Tiffany Justice: 'We Don't Co-Parent With the Government'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:50 min | 3 months ago

Tiffany Justice: 'We Don't Co-Parent With the Government'

"A Tiffany, you describe what you experienced in your school board with your four years there. What is the end state? Have you managed to get to a point where, yes, they've taken control. Yes, they've intimidated parents. They've even helped to isolate individual students who weren't politically correct. Are they just trying to soak confusion or do they just want everybody to be forced to obey their ideology, whatever it is, transgenderism, social justice, what have you? I think that it's definitely orchestrated to force us to have to believe and buy into an ideology. Absolutely. And I think parents are very much seeing that. And what they're saying is that we don't co parent with the government. These are areas in our children's lives. We have fundamental rights to our children to direct their upbringing. And the government needs to get out of our houses, right? Yeah, well, we know this is a socialist concept that children don't belong to families. Right. The state owns the children. And we've heard people say this in American media recently. Melissa Harris Perry was saying it a couple of years ago. A 100%. This isn't new. But I think only recently have parents really, they're awake now, but now they're really seeing it. And I want to tell you about some of the instances happening in Florida. And why HB 1557 was so important. All right, so explain. So talk about HB. 1557. 1557 and how it became a reality. Yeah, no, absolutely. So there were a number of different important bills in Florida this year and we're working really hard to get all of that information out to our chapters. HB 1557 is the bill that was called the don't say gay bill by the media. What a ridiculous moniker to give to good solid parental rights legislation. But I think that's why they had to do it. Well, yeah, because otherwise they have to admit what it is, which is the anti grooming Bill.

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Moms for Liberty's Tiffany Justice on the Parents' Revolution

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:40 min | 3 months ago

Moms for Liberty's Tiffany Justice on the Parents' Revolution

"Now, Tiffany justice, one of the cofounders of moms for liberty, welcome to one on one. Thank you for having me today. I just want you after we beat these scumbags. I want you to move to England, okay? And marry a lord so you can be lady justice. That would be lovely. Will that be cool? Yeah, absolutely. All right. My husband might have a problem with it, but all right. Well, you just have a little fun with it. Okay guys, you are here because you're briefing members of Congress, you are truly one of the fighters extraordinary fighters in all of this movement. But thanks to COVID, really, thanks to the Chinese. Parents are waking up to the grooming that is apparently happening that is happening in our schools. That was, of course, the discussion of the bill to stop sex Ed discussion of genders with pre-K through third graders. That has been labeled the don't say gay Bill, which of course it isn't. Let's start with you, Tiffany. What is your background? How did you get involved with this and talk to us about the genesis of moms for liberty? Yeah, first of all, I'm a mom of four kids 17 to ten. And before I started moms for liberty, I was a school board member in Florida. I served on my local school board from 2016 to 2020 and I really got to see the way that the education system works or doesn't to be honest with you. And the misallocation of funds, you know, schools have lost their focus and I think what we're seeing in America is that corporations obviously have as well and parents are going to write the ship. And Katie, your wife is right. This is a parent's revolution.

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Jennifer Hudson wins top honor at 53rd NAACP Image Awards

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Jennifer Hudson wins top honor at 53rd NAACP Image Awards

"Jennifer Hudson has won entertainer of the year at the end W. C. P. image awards on Saturday marches are a letter with the latest Jennifer Hudson beat out Regina king little nonsense making the stallion and Tiffany had is for entertainer of the year Hudson said during the B. ET broadcast she was standing there because she watch the N. double ACP image awards is because of seeing the a repose and Patti LaBelle the Holly berries all these legends you know right here on this stage that inspired me so thank you end up with a C. P. for inspiring girls like me other winners include Will Smith Anthony Anderson sterling K. brown Issa rae and Angela Bassett

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Goodell pressured by Congress to release Washington report

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Goodell pressured by Congress to release Washington report

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What 'War' Are Jasmine Crockett and Tiffany Cross Talking About?

Mark Levin

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

What 'War' Are Jasmine Crockett and Tiffany Cross Talking About?

"Too much Start at the top cut ten please go And I think that black women will continue to fight for our democracy And that's exactly what I plan to do I don't plan to give up You know I know that I wouldn't be here but for those that fought before me And so I'm going to continue this fight We can't let up If we say we've been defeated then they have won But this is a war This isn't a battle And we absolutely will win this war It is a war It is indeed a war and I have to say they have won some battles Jasmine but we have to keep our eye on the war and everybody needs to pick up a weapon and get involved because this is a for the safety and lasting of the country What does that mean What in the world does that mean

‘Harder They Fall,’ 'Insecure,' H.E.R. nab NAACP awards noms

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

‘Harder They Fall,’ 'Insecure,' H.E.R. nab NAACP awards noms

"The the nominations nominations for for the the N. N. double double ACP ACP image image award award to to route route you you could could see see people people voting voting on on the the N. N. double double ACP ACP image image awards awards nominations nominations have have fallen fallen hard hard for for the the harder harder they they fall fall the the Netflix Netflix movie movie has has twelve twelve nominations nominations for for next next month's month's ceremony ceremony the the movie movie produced produced by by Jay Jay Z. Z. features features an an all all star star cast cast including including Regina Regina king king and and Idris Idris Elba Elba also also getting getting a a bunch bunch of of nonsense nonsense is is a a raise raise insecure insecure with with thirteen thirteen including including best best comedy comedy TV TV series series with with Janet Janet king king will will compete compete for for entertainer entertainer of of the the year year along along side side little little nas nas X. X. Megan Megan the the stallion stallion Jennifer Jennifer Hudson Hudson and and Tiffany Tiffany had had ishe ishe the the show show will will be be broadcast broadcast on on February February twenty twenty six six on on BT BT I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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Tiffany Cross Accuses Kyrsten Sinema of Upholding White Supremacy

The Larry Elder Show

01:06 min | 5 months ago

Tiffany Cross Accuses Kyrsten Sinema of Upholding White Supremacy

"And meanwhile, over on investment behi that I watched that you don't have to, the Arizona senator was described by, I think it was at CNN. It was probably the worst thing you can be described as a Democrat, one of the graphics described her excuse me as a Republican. She's a Democrat. Here's what MSNBC has Tiffany cross said Tiffany cross said about Christian cinema. Yeah, you know, this is an interesting challenge, Angela, because look, cinema is a Democrat, but she is in many ways upholding white supremacy. You and I both know what the filibuster was originally used for. Take a listen. Actually, the filibuster was not originally used for that, but we'll get into that a little bit later on. Some remark that she made this week and then we'll talk about it. When one party needs only negotiate with itself, policy will inextricably be pushed from the middle towards the extremes. And I understand. There's some on both sides of the aisle. I prefer that outcome. But I do not.

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Mark Levin: Joy Reid and Tiffany Cross Have Blood on Their Hands

Mark Levin

01:01 min | 7 months ago

Mark Levin: Joy Reid and Tiffany Cross Have Blood on Their Hands

"Joy Reid believes in suppressing the truth She's a hater And worse And she and her friend what is a Toby Tiffany and others and so forth It is there in my view who are blood on their hands It is people like that will never allow this country to come together Ever And it's because big corporations and these corporatists the CEOs and COOs and CFOs and these board members they want this They want the ratings increased If they can get them But if not they figure they're covering their asses They're protecting themselves because we don't spend enough time going into their damn shareholder meetings raising hell Whereas the other side does They do And they trash mouth and they smear and they slander and they libel We pretty much scratch our heads and complain to each other

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America's Political Left Explodes After Kyle Rittenhouse Acquitted

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:16 min | 7 months ago

America's Political Left Explodes After Kyle Rittenhouse Acquitted

"A moment. Of course, the other big breaking story that happened after we left you Friday, Kyle rittenhouse found not guilty on all counts. And again, the beast is wounded. If you're a new listener, I call the media, I call academics. I call Hollywood. I call the I call the big media machine, the Democrats. I call them the beast. And sometimes the beast gets injured and the beast houses in protest because the race baders over on MSNBC didn't like the outcome. They had a very predictable response. Here's one of their stars at MSNBC, despicable, despicable response by a woman named Tiffany cross. Ellie, I'm disgusted at what I'm saying. It's not just this trial. It's other trials, but this in particular, the fact that white supremacists roam the halls of Congress freely and celebrate this little murderous white supremacist and the fact that he gets to walk the streets freely, it lets you know these people have access to instituting laws. They represent legislative branch of this country. What are we to make of that? She's given a camera and a microphone and a platform to be on national television, and she spews that kind of bile of just just garbage. That little white supremacist are you kidding me? And it got even worse, consider her guest. Ely miss stall. This happened because this is what the white justice system was designed to do, all right? This is not a miscarriage of justice. This is justice working as intended for white people. And the way you know that is because of the judge. The reason why I was able to predict that was because of the judge. The judge was in the tank from the defendant from the jump. I mean, literally before the trial, he was making motions and making rulings in favor of rittenhouse. He continued that bias throughout the trial. That's without even getting into his maga ring tones without even getting into his off color Asian jokes. Not even getting into all of that, his actual decision making favored the defendant the entire time. By you. I can't even get angry at this anymore. I feel nothing but pity for these pathetic, pathetic people. I honest to goodness. I do. I feel sorry for them. You know, if a jury verdict came down, and the shoe was on the other foot, and it was a black kid. Accused or on trial for shooting white people. Oh my gosh. If anybody on Fox News or newsmax or what America news or the Salem radio network or sale of news channel, dared to say one tenth of what those people say about this white kid in Kenosha, all hell would break loose. All hell would break loose. These people are to be pitied,

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Caller Believes Trucking Has a More Diverse Community Than Corporate Board Rooms

Mark Levin

01:02 min | 8 months ago

Caller Believes Trucking Has a More Diverse Community Than Corporate Board Rooms

"I was instructed for ten years I've been driving for almost 40 There's a multitude of different backgrounds out here Of Cuban black white yellow green and we have none of this Wait a minute John are you telling me trucking is more diverse than the board room at Comcast and NBC and MSNBC I was an instructor for ten years We have different backgrounds of employers that have been out there doctors lawyers that have been tired of doing those professions They've gone into trucking Different multitudes of races religions and let me tell you something We all stick together out here and Tiffany and she wants to stir up a bunch of hornets She has done it Because those truckers out here we have our own way of doing things We stick together but there is nothing racist or one sided about anything We help each other out here Every way that we can And that's a message for she had no a damn

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Stephanie Ruhle Doesn't Know How People Are Really Struggling

Mark Levin

01:26 min | 8 months ago

Stephanie Ruhle Doesn't Know How People Are Really Struggling

"On MSNBC today what was her name Role mister producer Stephanie roll Listen to what she has to say about inflation okay Go ahead Nobody knows exactly when they're going down but you have to put all this in perspective This inflation is not in isolation And the government predicted it was going to be a challenging recovery recovery all tied to COVID So it's why you see things like that expanded child tax credit You've got the families of over 60 million kids on average getting $430 a month for people on fixed incomes older people on social security they're getting those fixed payments adjusted next year of 5.9% for inflation And the dirty little secret here Willie while nobody likes to pay more on average we have the money to do so All right there you go This woman is so out of touch She so out of touch he knows nothing about it It's like this Tiffany She's talking about truck drivers She doesn't know truck drivers Black whiter in between This clown rule she doesn't know what people are going through She's stuck in her little office near Wall Street in New York or wherever the hell it is Across the river I guess in New Jersey she doesn't get out there and see how people are struggling or anything I think what about you I'm out all the time All the time I want nothing to do with the kind of social circles these people keep It's an amazing thing

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Caller Confirms That Tiffany Cross Knows Nothing About Truck Drivers

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 8 months ago

Caller Confirms That Tiffany Cross Knows Nothing About Truck Drivers

"Relativity is saying is untrue I mean nobody yeah sure People don't like truck drivers There's only people like truck drivers the little kids and homeless people little kids you got a big horn and almost people because you got a big sleeper But hey I was at the pilot yesterday and I've seen a black truck driver that was having problems backing extra tight spot a white truck driver came out and helped him back his truck in I've helped out truck drivers before and I'll tell you what if there's anybody that's met at truck drivers it's the strippers or the receivers They're integrated everybody because when you back your truck and they're going to do this thing called work they have to start off the forklift and start loading these trucks So yeah you're going to have that happen now I'm through generation My dad is minority He has trouble back in his day my grandfather when he was driving he had trouble back in his day but things have changed And drug drivers nowadays are more helping each other out then they would be against each other because nobody likes this I mean shippers receivers cost to specialists We love you here I've been talking about you guys for decades And here's the thing Tiffany doesn't know a damn thing about trucking or truck drivers She said she spoke to truck drivers over the weekend or last week mostly black truck drivers in preparation for her segment Well why wouldn't she have a microphone in a video camera there

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"tiffany" Discussed on TIFFANY

TIFFANY

04:17 min | 10 months ago

"tiffany" Discussed on TIFFANY

"And i was curious if i want to get back but when i saw that and i loved you the example that you've shared because again if we look at this style were four out of five. Disabled please aren't really transparent about their disabilities. But you can't be transparent about your needs and your desires if we look at your process without having to disclose medical things and on the other hand i loved that this person who worked at a very large tech company also comfortable to put in their response to name. Hey i have this. And here's how i work. This is how it manifests in the workplace. And these are my own access needs in order for me to best serve you and i think that both of those examples are really powerful. They are so powerful. And i think the difference. I always come back to this. I know there is so much about this in your body keeps the score which really ultimately a book about somatic psychology and trauma processing. I think what it always boils down to is safety so the question we can ask ourselves is do. I feel safe sharing this piece of information and tech company that you described the situation you just described. Tiffany is super inspiring to me. And what i would discern and gas from that is that there's a company culture that people have a reaction like we just had where we're like applause. That's awesome go. You thank you so much for sharing with us. What's going on and your best methods of communication there may be other work environments where that same message would be like. Oh my god did you see. Did you see where it just becomes like a. We don't know what to do with that because the culture is not that transparent. And that's where i would say someone's probably gonna feel a lot less safe being the person to step up and say i have. Adhd and it's totally totally fine for you to make the decision to not share more than you feel safe and comfortable doing. And yet you can still exactly can still speak your truth.

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"tiffany" Discussed on TIFFANY

TIFFANY

03:22 min | 10 months ago

"tiffany" Discussed on TIFFANY

"Are listening to tiffany and you. This is your host. Tiffany you if you're new to the tiffany and new podcast. Tiffany and you a podcast about things that matter and more specifically i'm talking with friends who are using their voices and platforms to cultivate creativity. Compassion and change. This is actually a special episode of tiffany. And you because it didn't start out as podcast episode back in july. During disability pride month we launched the diversity leadership collective or the d. l. c. Which is a members only space to accelerate disability leadership disability influence and disability advocacy and launching the dlc. Was something at planning a really long time and the conversation that we had with voice and presence. Coach elissa wind zimmer. On the topic of speaking. Truth doesn't make unprofessional. Through a disability lens was so insightful. I asked everyone who attended if it was okay if we could turn this into what you're now going to listen to as an edited podcast. Episode eliza has such deep subject matter expertise on this particular topic. But i also.

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03:08 min | 11 months ago

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"I everyone. You're listening to this episode of tiffany. Anti the podcast. Tiffany anti is a podcast about things that matter and more specifically i'm talking with friends who are using their voices and platforms to cultivate creativity. Compassion and change today have with me one of the first supporters of diverse ability. Emily lau she's a disability rights activist a writer storyteller the editor in chief of rooted in rights. Which i've had the honor of writing for hi emily. I thank you for having me. I forgot to mention that you also have a book coming out in september called demystifying disability. Emily and i. I think we met at diverse abilities. Launch event in twenty fifteen. I remember being there. I believe it was in a co working spaces that right it was and i remember story that are now mutual friend sean horns shares where i think you and her had connected a few months before that versatility that we're trying to find some time to connect and then you did at that event is that right. I'll do you one better. It was about a day before it wasn't even a few months. It was like a day before we were talking and then suddenly we were brought together completely randomly at this diverse ability event. So you have done a great job of intentionally and unintentionally connecting people. I left that one of our goals is to be more visible to each other within the disability community and then once we're able to do that than to be more visible to non-disabled people as well ray. I was curious if you could share a little bit of what you see your origin story being that led you to self identifying yourself as a disability rights activists that is a great question and i think it has been ongoing evolution. That hasn't quite stopped yet. I think that my identity. The disability rights activist is continually evolving. It started probably when i was very very young just being outspoken about my disability and a lot of context and not being afraid to stay what was on my mind. I guess you could say. I was a pretty precocious child but then i would say my first official teves of advocacy happened on a rather large scale. One that not many people have the privilege to experience. So i was on 'same street when i was ten years old and that was quite the way to jumpstart in advocacy career. Although at the time. I didn't realize that was what was happening. I thought that i was being myself on television and that i was going to teach other children about what life with a disability with like and then looking back on it i think having had a platform like bad at such a young age made me realize that speaking out a being the representation that you're really wanting to feed is an incredibly powerful thing..

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03:30 min | 2 years ago

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"You're listening to this episode of Tiffany and Hugh The podcast this is your host. Tiffany you. On this final episode of Season One, I have recorded a solo episode to talk a little bit more about why this is the season finale some personal life updates, how this podcast got started where we are some of the things I've learned about what really makes us happy and other pandemic lessons learned. There's a part of this podcast where I'm really seeking your feedback to learn more about what would ask the most value for you as we think through season two. And finally, if you have one or two minutes, please leave us a review over at Apple podcasts and if you don't have one or two minutes, you can take one second to leave us a rating, those ratings and reviews really matter. Thank you so much for your support and hope you enjoy this episode. Hi everyone it is tiffany here and you're listening to episode twenty, two of Tiffany and you the podcast. This is the final episode of season one I didn't realize I was GONNA have seasons but here we are, and this is going to be a solo episode doing some reflections on past present and future of this podcast. I have wanted to start a podcast for maybe about seven or eight years and come March twenty twenty shelter in place was beginning here in the US and we were coming to terms with the fact that this at least in March we thought was going to last for three weeks. Then I had heard that it would last through mid May. Now I'm recruiting this in the middle of August I am still quarantining a champ we still don't have a vaccine we still can't get everyone on board with the efficacy of masks. So rewind back to March twenty twenty, I remember her looking back and seeing everyone want to explore different creative projects baking has taken off. The lot of people were thinking about digital contents and how he could just continue to sustain ourselves and keep entertained when we couldn't leave our homes I ended up posting on my instagram I posted an instagram story around if people would listen if I created a podcast and I'm one of those people who I'm just super execution focused less about the words. In the planning and more just about doing I am a doer about doing things if anyone from outdoor voices or has a connection outer voices is listening to this wants to get me that hat that's doing things on it. I would gladly accept it. So I, had heard a couple of other friends use anger and so ended up deciding I was going to record my first podcast episode and that happened with my friend Jean Mafa who's a psychotherapist and now twenty two episodes later we've touched on so many different topics ranging from mental health and social health connected to go nineteen racism both against Asians fueled by covid nineteen and the racism that really woke America and..

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05:00 min | 2 years ago

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"And we're back from the break. This is tiffany you're listening to this episode of Tiffany and you. Our guest today is jake. Okay Teuku coup oh do. I Jake. Before the break we were talking with Jake about his journey I believe it is. A legal to. Be In a gay relationship in Nigeria is that correct? Yes It is it's I. think it's punishable with fourteen years imprisonment if a person is in a marriage, for example, but as also in prison myself to ten years. For Gay Couples in Nigeria in fact that some states in Nigeria pressing can be stoned to death if they are believed to be gay..

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03:21 min | 2 years ago

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"And we're back from the break, you're listening to this episode of Tiffany new. We have with me Dr Idea Gooden. She is a clinical psychologist and before the break we were talking about. Trauma in all its forms defining it, we talked about race face trauma intergenerational trauma. The reason why I wanted to talk to you about race face trauma. It was actually the first time that I had heard that term race face trauma is this new or it's becoming popularized because of what's happening. Yeah I would say it's more becoming popularized right now I'm not. Totally. Steeped in the research on it I did a quick search and found a special issue of the American psychologist, which is a journal put out by the American Psychological Association on Racial Trauma, and that came out in twenty nine team..

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07:34 min | 2 years ago

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"Leading the charge and being really organized. There is a lot that happened in the background that the selection committee didn't see in order to get everything prepared for all of you and then. Then I have to give everyone on the selection committee shadow. Because we received way or nominations than I was ready for and I was nervous. I was nervous that we would be able to get it done, but we did. Full disclosure were in the process where we are finalizing our lists. We don't actually know what is going to look like yet. Alex I'm curious. Were there any surprises as you went through the thirty nominations or the whole process in general? Before I get to that, but I also WanNa give a shout, Kaby such appreciation and gratitude for that amount of organization and I think there's a real beauty in the finesse of of a warm reminder and some healthy follow ups, but you know I was. A little behind. Katie's for for. In terms of surprises, the process itself I, also just on the tip of shoutouts. They didn't conversation with a really good friend in the Kia, who we were talking about celebrating excellence in the black community, sadly and how it's really important to not fall into the trap of capitalist or Or ablest notions within celebrating that Blackman's it's really easy to just focus on people getting certain white standards of successive so just focusing on flagler, getting higher education degrees or a really big scholarships or making a into the business route in certain ways. That really provided a healthy. Adjustment to my lungs when? These things of like it's so easy to think of success as lack. What's the biggest has the most impact what earned the most money who has the most followers? So, reviewing these the some of the surprises were some of the grassroots efforts that disabled people are accomplishing all across the world and thinking it's very hard to. Compare people with these different lived experiences and contacts on a equal playing field I. think you really set up the process well to have some specific questions around not just is there nomination representing disability success, curious with the added context of where there and what privileges or barriers that they're. Experiencing. How does that impact their efforts and what? They're putting forward so? I think it was just really nice to look at that and say well. Grassroots efforts be impacting a few people might not be the biggest global effort, but at the same time Cuban what their community might be facing given that country's history with disability given the a physical access that those people might have to accomplish their goals I think those were things that that were really important for me to remember her as a disabled person trying to model again what I'm saying and celebrate success ultimate. love that one thing that resonated with me is really changing definitions around success now i. just look at myself, and I'm like I like myself, and that actually the biggest the biggest success of. Radical you know? Exactly, and then the other thing you said I'm very passionate about disability employment unemployment numbers have been hovering around seventy percent, still even with the passage of the Ada and I often tell people if one disabled person gets a job, who historically has been unemployed or underemployed. That's a success for our community and I love that framing as well so. All of that said, our plan is to announce a couple of days as a member of the selection committee having seen. A lot of the nominations. Is there a message that you would like d thirty nominees to hear the ones who aren't ultimately selected and then is there a message that you want the honorees? The ones who get selected as the final thirty two here? As well. You've mentioned the importance of communities several times in that really resonates with me, and so I would say to anyone who is nominated that this is a community that you're apart is now you know and I think that that alone speaks to the success that those people have had in impacting people in their lives to to be nominated. They've obviously touched someone. They've impacted someone or or someone's right people to earn that effort to have. Their experience lifted up I. think that that that unequivocally something to hold with pride and. If in the way that things are selective, but a nominee is not chosen. As one of the final honorees I think just remembering that. That impact is unconditional that you've already made and I know for me. Just reading all of these stories seeing all of these different things that you mentioned tiffany right like all around the globe so many different disabilities, some intersections of identities like my heart swelled reading news, and realizing how much people are just triumphant, and how much does ability creates so much beauty in the human spirit and so much resilience and strength and power, and I think that they are already possibility models for people in their lives and people like myself witnessing that. To the people who do get elected I just say like own that really. Take that fire and burned brightly. Sherry your message even louder with more people. The authenticity back you're demonstrating has shown through the Internet has made people who haven't had the pleasure and privilege of meeting new yet excited about what you're doing and excited to really name that for other people to be connected with, and so connect with each other create community with each other really likes share those ideas. Tiffany I love our friendship because I think it's a model of disabled people come together and making each other's ideas. I think that there's a lot of pride to be had all around and I'm really grateful to have been a part of this process. I guess my message. Would you don't need a list to tell you that you matter? And, if you are on the list, I just have to echo what Alex said to shine brighter and I'm watching a show on net flicks right now, and there's a scene in there. where the main character named Peyton and his mom are both running for office in different cities, and he goes to his Mauve and he says mom I need you to stop running and she goes. DON'T ASK ME TO DIM my light. You need to shine years brighter. I left that scene. Because we all have light so many of us within the disability community either grown up with a scarcity mindset or a feeling.

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06:19 min | 2 years ago

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"You're listening to this episode of Tiffany and you. This is your host tiffany you. This is a special D thirty. Impact List Edition, and I have with me. One of our selection committee members. Alex Locust Hey Alex. I'm doing pretty well. Alex's counselor slash coordinator currently working at the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. In addition to that Alex is a community organizer Workshop Facilitator who has organized a lot of workshops around disability justice around the country. So I always liked starting with origin stories. Have you met Rosemarie Garland Thomson. A terms personally. So I have also met her a couple of times, and she said Tiffany. It is so important for us to share these origin stories, because it really highlights diversity within the disability community, so I wanted to start asking you about your disability origin story. However you interpret that. I I think there's some power in our stories. I kind of like to add a low humor, a little thing for everything, and so I've been joking lately that just my left leg never locked in. On this way, there's not a lot of shock or excitement. How kind of! Normal, it felt as a child because that's how my body is in was I haven't really invested a lot in the science of understanding what medical terms would describe it appropriately. Just that's how it was a later in life, thirteen went through amputation in order to pursue more streamlined prosthetics I can. Formally comedies often empty yet, but it was pretty funny. Someone once corrected me I. said I was born. This way and they're like well. Can you really be called ut? really. It's something where this is my body. And I just been learning to love it and adopt Since then, thank you for sharing. We had Dr Victor. Pineda another bay area based disability. Advocate. Who told me that he had? Origin Stories. The one was his first understanding of disability, but So I'm curious if along your own journey was there another turning point to where you really saw and took ownership of a disability identity. I love that idea because for me. My disability identity is so intertwined with my clearness, their queer disabled elders, who I've really learned to view disability as acquiring of the body of clearness also involves many coming outs. There's not one you don't get to come out one time and be done, and so I think that along that idea of multiple origin stories to what I mentioned earlier around being born. This way thing is a child. I feel like I was more comfortable with my disability than other people were I was really happy hopping everywhere? I really didn't take to wearing my prosthetic very often as just a little low pogo stick. And enduring the trauma of an imputation that thirteen, really in a way that looking back, I'm troubled by how that process went about. I really want to trust the best intentions of the doctors and professionals, and of course, my parents who've been unconditional support all my life I also think to undergo such a traumatic surgery. Even if it's someone wants to go through four. Four but the surgical reasons that still a lot for a thirteen year old and I think at that time I didn't have the consciousness around disability. Able Islam justice to really make a sound decision there and so what I believe happened, was I I, kind of homeless regressed in terms of disability pride became really shameful and insecure about my body. It was as if. The medical profession had something's wrong with your body. We have to fix it. And prior to that moment I hadn't felt like anything was wrong. And so I would say that the second coming out or another wave of that was really the liberation of getting crutches and moving away from feeling like I needed a prosthetic to be whole if I'd never had that leg having that added to. To my body always felt other always felt four in, and so I was always itching to get it off at the end of the day I. think that wasn't just about the physical sensation, but the emotional experience so this new era that amid now thanks to the bay area to learning disabilities, civil rights learning about disability justice, but really not just an ease of losing away from. Agendas are the people who sat for my body. But now I have the language in the framework to hang my experiences onto and a pride outside of my individuals, but really like lineage to event to Baraboo slits. There's history. It's not just me grappling with these things s fire and set my intentions to being aligned with people who have really paved the way for the life I'm living now and the life that I want to create for disabled people the Master. That's beautiful. Someone asked me the other day. They said what advice would you give to younger people with disabilities who may be lacking self, confidence or self esteem? And for me, it was rooting yourself in community and I think for you being at the intersection of disability and quickness and being able to have elders that you could turn to sounds like really powerful so I, said community and role models, and being able to have both of those and see yourself reflected back for me as well allowed me to take ownership and pride within my own identities. I know we are living in a covert era, but are there any projects they are working on now that you're particularly excited about? Oh Wow. Yeah, I.

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01:55 min | 2 years ago

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"One one do get me to. Know the stories. They're true. Tiffany and you..

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05:43 min | 2 years ago

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"You're listening to tiffany and you the podcast. This is your host. Tiffany you. On this episode I'm joined by Nicole Cardoza, WHO's an entrepreneur focused on making wellness accessible for all. She's the founder of Yoga, foster reclamation ventures, an organizes the antiracism daily a daily newsletter to dismantle white supremacy with sixty thousand subscribers. Nicole is someone I've come to admire a leader and I spoke with her about how a cover shoot with Yoga Journal magazine forced her to Confront Racism within the wellness industry and take action to create reclamation ventures and they anti-racism daily newsletter. I hope you enjoy our conversation..

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02:48 min | 2 years ago

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"Where black people around the country sure really hurting and carrying this trauma in different ways, but have to show what what the different identity every day and cover it that part of themself so as to read. To Watch right now given the climate in the conversation. I think you could start with watching the movie. Just mercy is I believe that Warner Brothers has made that free for people to rent said I think that it just encapsulates if you want to have a conversation injustice in the system in house system can perpetuate racism. That that movie is is a perfect one to illustrate that in the third I would say podcast would be obviously tiffany in you. Also I would say. On NPR because I think. If you're thinking about, how do you understand identity? And how do you understand how I did? It is played different roles in culture and society and history. Coast which really unpacked? A lot of those different conversation than is just so interesting to listen to get that knowledge, so those three resources that I can think of off the top of my head. That's great. One point uncovering I think what's been really interesting. At least part of my own journey is I will often tell people how liberating it is to be myself. And what saying that made me reflect on was the fact that there are some people who can't. Buy It got me thinking about my own lovers of privilege as well as something that I talk about a lot actually that we do all have privileges in if we sit back and think about it while we might be because of intersection. In some categories without privileged room I also have other ways to leverage privileged because of the life that we've been able to live experiences. We've been able to have thought they like. You said it's something that we can all do is really step back and reflect and think about how they show up. And, so then how can we show up for others? But also then when people need to show it for us, and how we can be our full of sales, so people see and know that part of us as well. Now we're in the middle of the pandemic. You'll cancel to protests. It's a different kind of energy and wondering. Is there a word or a phrase that the energy that you're sensing now is the word came to mind immediately was intentional. Because, I do think that in other moments the energy. It was angry. It was swift, but it was more like a reaction. Not this time it's I feel like people are being. I hope it continues the stains, but I feel what I am seeing right now are intentional conversations..

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03:14 min | 2 years ago

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"And. We're back from the break here. This is tiffany on this episode of Tiffany and you. I have with me founder of impact strategies before the break. We chatting about compassionate, empathy. And I want to share a little tidbit about. Korean I because we met in two thousand sixteen than we actually reconnected in twenty, eighteen, because diverse ability was hosting an event on ally ship. And what makes me really excited? Is that I noticed that you have the link to the video in your email? I was so happy and proud to be a part of that moment like wow, tiffany, diverse ability, and I get to be on this panel. This is amazing, so yes I am proud of that recording, so I was excited to have you on the show. Because you do want to be respectful of those of us who are reaching out to our black friends during this time and emotional labor, but we've been talking about allies ship for us right. That event was in two thousand eighteen. Your talk, it was really about. Ally ships to look like being a trustee side kick through the Lens of different Disney. Yes yes, I am a nerd so I love marvel movies..

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14:12 min | 2 years ago

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"Welcome to Tiffany and you. I'm your host tiffany. You may is mental health awareness month and it's also Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month so on today's episode joined by Monica King. A fellow a entrepreneur. Who is a great educator transforming? Today's workforce through the power of creativity. We'RE GOING TO BE CHATTING WITH MONICA. About how unlocking your creative mindset is key to building resilience. We're going to talk about rethinking creativity and how all of this starts with self awareness and getting curious. Hi Everyone. It's.

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07:26 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm grateful because I remember thinking that I had booked that trip too soon and that I wasn't giving myself enough time to train. 'cause I'm not normally very active but I couldn't have picked a better time because if if it had been a week or two later. They're likely wouldn't have been a chance that I would be able to have that opportunity. Yeah I agree with you the opportunity to media because it's just like do much going students. The we were there at the same time and also meeting these social media know I know and and there was a part of me that you know I i. I did want to approach the Pfizer Group. has given the nature of my work like. I always WANNA learn about why why wheelchair users are. People who have different disabilities have decided to do something so challenging. But I was just so sick. I like did not have any energy. So very serendipitous that. I started seeing your posts afterward and I just remember for probably the next month after Kilimanjaro. I just could not stop talking about it. So thank you for giving me another opportunity to just relive that experience because it it was so real and it was so valid. I don't I don't want it to be another trip. Neither because you cannot compare these kind of with any other one no it no I can. I have a beautiful places around. The world and Kilimanjaro. East atop for me is is the the top of my lease right now of the most beautiful places to said because I learned lots of lessons in so lessons I didn't learn when I was travelling to the other beautiful places in the world. Yeah Yeah and what's what's next on your travel bucket list when when all of those? Hey so I went to places over to travel Europe the in Europe like I cur Vassallo now is is very wiltshire friendly and I wanted to go and see that we go see no. I don't go by what people say so right. I just wanted to do and see it with my own eyes. I wanted to go to Barcelona I wanted to go to Italy because of my one of my goals is to be To be see the seven wonders of the world so so far have four been in Mexico. I have been in Peru have been Jordan and the other one I have been is Dutch Mahal India. So I wanted I wanted to go to Italy to go to the Coliseum so after about Salona and then from there I wanted to Turkey and then back to Israel and Yeah Sounds Road trip future once you know once my heart that because I am the wars in my my ex husband always takes my daughter The whole summer is his job. So I'm taking my break in. I WANNA travel. So that's what I'm doing and that's what I wanted to do this summer. I don't know if that's going be possible but in the end after that I wanted to come back and go back to go to Peru and make these sexists ability Possible in do much pitcher with the girls. But I don't know I don't know I mean right now. All I have to do is just leave and embrace for the basin and exactly and and just as we always stay positive or he'll postitive if you Bland too much. I don't Dini's is very fun. I don't like to plan by things a hundred percent. We honesty funny. I know that while when you handle. Meanwhile you have to do right but in my case I go by myself. So all they have to do is worry about myself. So I don't I don't blast it to the fullest. I just go with the flow. I thought that Lillo Solo travel is is something that I would love to do. More of so would love to close by just asking you know. How can we support your work? I know you have the Smerch store. Where can we find you get support me by by purchasing Mike so I can make my accessibility Bronson bailable in? Also you know. Check out my website and read my blocks that I'm gonna be posting soon now. That's how can you support me and this is. This is how I wanNA end the Stephanie. Do not do things in if you want to support me do it. But the best gift or the best for that you can give me is if you help someone else that is near to you. You know what I mean. They for example with these Gerona virus. Yeah then there's so. Many people with disabilities there are in their homes. They cannot leave their homes. Because our Betty Boondoggle to catch you know to catching these buyers. And he can be very fate over there for them so they don't have many families that don't have many friends who can help them by to help them go to the grocery store for them so very good it will be nice and Bradley. You'RE GONNA post this podcast later but later. The whole pandemic but I think that is very important to help people with disabilities on anything and because we are already forgotten community. So if you like my story if you want to bore me all I'm asking you. Is that my community advocate for my community on accessibility any facility. I love it and on that. Note that as so much Marcella for being on my podcast and thinking excited to follow your work. Thanks so much for listening to this episode of Tiffany and you this is your host. Tiffany you my ultimate hope for this that we can co create something beautiful together so if you have feedback or suggestions on topics you'd like us to explore. I'd love to hear from you. This podcast now zone instagram. Handle at Tiffany and you and you can also find me so she media at. I'm tiffany you. That's the letter I the letter M. followed by my first last name. We're hoping to drop episodes every Tuesday so I hope you'll join us for the next episode and a special. Thank you to route hub for my opening and closing podcast medley. This is done and the common soon special rendezvous different knee and..

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05:28 min | 2 years ago

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"Hi everyone it's tiffany. And you're listening to Tiffany and you today. I have the CEO and founder Miracle Messages. Kevin Adler so Kevin and I met I wanna say probably twenty seventeen or so. We're both part of a really great community called sandbox and we just happened to be on a retreat. Together in Tahoe. I got to learn a little bit more about his work. He's an amazing storyteller and extremely topical to have him on the show today. Thanks tiffany and likewise very inspired by your work and would agree. A podcast acknowledged that this episode is actually called. Tiffany and Kevin. I liked that. So yeah so the one the one time or one of the many times. My last name does come in handy but figuring we would kick it off. I would love to have our listeners. Learn a little bit more about you and how you came into starting miracle messages. Thank you so I Had An uncle who is homeless about thirty years He suffered from schizophrenia. On and off the streets and I never really thought of him as a homeless man I just kind of thought of him as my beloved uncle and so after he passed away. I started just thinking a little deeper about the people. I was passing every day on on the street. I worked in Ed Tech kind of always been a social entrepreneur and so I'd go to the office and leave and come home thinking. Oh yeah making the world a better place and trying to do that. But then I'd see this. You know more and more suffering just started being recognized as well at experience that people like my uncle are going through and so I started initially with this question of how can I use. Storytelling tools like smartphones social media. Wearable cameras to help tell the stories of people like my uncle mark so they're less invisible and A project the first project was called homeless. Gopro where over the course of a year Twenty four individuals experiencing homelessness volunteer to wear gopro cameras around their chests and narrate their experience of what life is like on the streets. And so I got the footage back was really overwhelmed by what I heard and what I saw And specific to miracle messages. I heard a quote that started being said over and over in different versions and with something like hey you know. I never realized that was homeless when I lost my housing only when I lost my family family and friends and when I heard that I was like oh my gosh you know that makes total sense. But I've never heard any service provider. Articulated in Government Agency articulate this what I've come to call Relational Poverty Aspect of homelessness. This isolation is disconnected nece so long story. Sorta short I decided in December two thousand fourteen to take a walk down market street. Downtown San Francisco went up to every person I saw who is experiencing homelessness and just asked him a very simple question. Do you have any family or friends? You'd like to reconnect with and first person. I met I was a man named Jeffrey. He said he hadn't seen family in twenty two years on the spot. I sat down with him asked if he'd like to record a video message to his Nieces nephews is sister is that he said yes. I went home that night and posted the video and a note about Jeffrey on a facebook group that I found connected to his hometown. Within one hour of that toast the video was shared over one hundred times and it made the local news that night and classmates neighbors people who Jeffrey started commenting. Hey I went to school. Jeffrey working construction does he need a job I work at. The Congressman's office doesn't need healthcare. I twenty minutes of the coast. His sister got tagged we got on the phone the next day and she told me that. Geoffrey was missing person for twelve years. And this is broad daylight downtown San Francisco a few days before Christmas so that led me to quit my job and start doing this work fulltime. 'cause I knew Jeffrey was the only one and that this shouldn't be happening in. That is what was What became the first Miracle Message? Amazing and I think I think what I find so compelling is you know. I've heard you talk about the Difference Between Homelessness in House listeners. Before of of that relationship poverty and and I what it's also showcasing is. The is the the beautiful upside the positive side of social media viral messaging of messages. That should be going viral. So I I'm looking at some of the stats here. It's like three hundred families reunited to date that probably that number is probably higher now average of fifteen years separated from separated from their loved ones or people they were looking for. I know you've been hosting a couple or you had been hosting a couple of different programs as well around lunches and other things like that. Can you tell us a little bit more about that? Yeah absolutely so. It's not just me running around with a smartphone on the street to San Francisco anymore. I do that sometimes..

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10:02 min | 2 years ago

"tiffany" Discussed on TIFFANY

"Address after this call. 'cause I so the third tip then I'll leave it at that was around deepening or broadening so I was suggesting in the article that people take a moment to reflect on their relationships and their current state of social health and think about whether right now you feel you need to make new relationships or you need to nurture your existing relationships Or maybe both And basically the recommendation is to take one digital action to either deepen or broaden so get in touch with a friend or family member. You haven't spoken within a while or reach out to someone brand new who you'd like to get to know and it can be super simple but also just that that taking the time to reflect on your current state of Social Health. I think is really valuable. And then recognizing from there. What are the actions you need to take to improve it? Yeah and I think the coolest thing you know you and I are both part of this really global community called the global shapers. Is that because all of this is happening? Digitally perhaps the person you're connecting with isn't necessarily also in the same city or in the same country they could be a totally different part of the world. Absolutely yeah and I think that there again. That's why we need these socially healthy digital habits right. We need to be using technology in ways that can help us connect more meaningfully with the people around the world who are in our network. Yeah I mean what do you think is the the fine line here? I mean there was a period of time where you know at the beginning of this quarantine. So now we're in our just about finishing week to here in San Francisco where you know all across social media. It's like I'm GonNa take all these new classes and I'm going to learn this language and launch this new projects and in my mind like Oh do I is things too and so you know there still is this level of like social comparison that's happening digital league and so it's like where do you find that fine line between being connected versus like sitting in A. It's such a good question. I think the role of self care here is really important and I think we all need to cut ourselves bit of slack and recognize that this is new. Were dealing with stress and uncertainty of this in different ways. It's going to ebb and flow motions are going to and flow and I think you know maintaining your social health or your mental health shouldn't feel like a burden it's really about assessing you know do. Am I feeling lonely or am I okay? Do I need to reach out to people right now or can I just shut everything off in and spend some time in solitude and enjoy that which is also equally as important though. I think you raise a really good point and I just hope that everyone can take this time to check in with themselves and see how they're fueling and just listen to what their needs are. Yeah and and I think a lot of the conversations I've been having with friends or really around kind of how they're adapting. They're visible fitness of like someone put their like ski boots and a backpack and his weights and again when you think about that. Our overall wellbeing the same way were investing in adapting. Our physical health are redoing that the same way for social health and our mental health. And that's why I love those three tips that you gave because we do need to adapt our social house right now. You Know I. I came across this article in. Hp are also related to my conversation with Gina. Around how we're all kind of experiencing this collective grief right now and from Gina's a mental health expert chatting with Gina. You know I think for for someone like me you know. I've lost a parent. I have been through my grief journey to see everyone kind of going through at the same time I'm hoping will de stigmatize grief and our experience of it in a way. I'm curious what you're hoping we learn from this from a social perspective that I think there are two things that I'm hoping we can take from this one. Is that to your point about de-stigmatising grief. I hope that we can have greater. Empathy for people who experience chronic social isolation and loneliness on a regular basis. Because right now we're all kind of confronted with Corentin and social distancing for the first time and this is a new experience and were feeling the repercussions of that but there are many people who this is their normal state and they are isolated or even if they're not isolated they are lonely on a regular basis so I hope that we can have greater empathy for that kind of de stigmatize that because it's a normal human experience we all feel it at certain times and it deserves It deserves solutions. And it deserves kindness and compassion. The second thing I hope that will learn from this is really just collectively recognizing how important social well-being it's and I really hope that. As a result of this experience we will recognize how important our relationships are to us and really appreciate in prioritize and invest in them moving forward. Because I think that you know this is forcing us to think about this a lot more but I it's also forcing us to create habits around it and to create new norms about the ways that we connect and and my hope is that you know. Those habits of social well-being will carry on long after the pandemic has ended and new volve in grow in different ways. Once we can be back together in person but hopefully that sense of importance that we are getting now around our relationships will will continue on long after this is over for sure. You know. It's interesting. Your answer to that was actually free. So what would it has actually got me. Thinking about is learning. You know I think when we talk about extroversion and introversion there's misconception that people who are interested just WanNa be alone right but a part of it is just the depth of the conversation or the number of people are involved in what the activity is and and so what. I'm learning from this is. I'm learning the ways in which I'm learning. What for me is beneficial for my social health because now most of the distractions are are taken taken out are taking out of this context. And I'm forced with like okay. I want to be socially connected. What's the best like and Gina talked a lot about like survival care like now? We just need to figure out what we need to do. From a fundamental level justice survive through this which is what do I need at a baseline. That's GonNa give me that energy to to be socially connected but I loved. I love your answer because there is a lot of there are a lot of people within the disability community who are who are very social socially isolated and likely a lot of adults as well and I know a lot of a lot of my friends and a lot of our community members are writing pieces and very very visible on in the digital space around how this isn't a new experience for us for people within the disability community. And we're hoping we're hoping for a little for some empathy or to actually view our community not only the vulnerable population. But maybe the ones who have a little bit more expertise about how to navigate through through this these types of situations awesome. I love this whole conversation would love to know so. Now you're in the process of kind of finishing up your masters. What is what is next. Radio I'm really excited to start putting all the strategies that I've been learning and formulating during my degree into practice and One of the ways that. I'm starting to do that right now. As I just recently joined The AARP's taskforce to end social isolation and loneliness among seniors in Massachusetts and. I'm really excited to think with them about to do that. At the state level and create programs and campaigns and things like that at that level of intervention Really excited about all the partners coming together within that task force But other ways you will have to stay tuned. I've got tons of ideas. I'm so excited about everything I've been and how I can bring it all together and really create solutions for this at all different levels so you will have to stay. Stay tuned to Benny. Yeah no and what? What's the best way for all of for all of them yesterday with you on twitter? I my handle his castle. Kill him you can follow me on instagram. My handle his killing with kindness. And you can also just read my articles or get in touch with me on my website which is Catholic Hallam Dot com awesome. Thanks so much. They're being on our show. Thanks so much for listening to this episode of Tiffany. And you this is your host. Tiffany you my ultimate hope for this is that we can co create something beautiful together so if you have feedback or suggestions on topics you'd like to explore. I'd love to hear from you. This podcast now has its own instagram. Handle at tiffany. And you and you can also find me media at. I'm tiffany you. That's the letter the letter M. followed by my first and last name. We're hoping to drop episodes every Tuesday so I hope you'll join us for the next episode and a special. Thank you to route hub for my opening and closing podcast medley. This is Dr Man Common soon. Special Rendezvous Tiffany and you..

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02:04 min | 2 years ago

"tiffany" Discussed on TIFFANY

"I've been using anchor to record these podcast episodes. I want us to include a little bit. About why first of all it's totally free and they have all these creation tools that have allowed me to record. And edit this podcast right from my phone and computer anchors even helped me distribute my podcast. So now you can hear this episode across spotify podcast. Google podcasts pretty much reverend. You get your podcasts. If you've always wanted to start a podcast download the free anchor APP or go to anchor dot. Fm to get started. Hi Everyone I'm tiffany. You and I'm so excited to introduce you to tiffany. End You the podcast over the past couple of years. I've been a guest on a handful of different podcasts chatting about disability and identity side hustles and entrepreneurship leading with vulnerability and more as I record this were in the middle of a pandemic related to cove in nineteen also known as Corona virus. I'm based in San Francisco. We still have a couple more weeks of shelter in place so I figure this might be a good time to launch my own podcast for those of you. I haven't met yet. I'm a social entrepreneur and disability advocate. Who spends my work and life de stigmatizing disability trauma and grief along that journey? I've met some incredible people. People who have created space for me and for us to explore what it means to be human and I want to share these conversations with you my hope is that we can co create something beautiful together and I hope that these conversations provides you a space to feel empowered and inspired if something here resonates with you feel free to subscribe Libra Review Rate. This podcast or reach out to me across social media at. I'm tiffany you. That's a letter. I the letter M. followed by my first and last name. I'm so glad that you're here. Thank you for stopping by..

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