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"vernay" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

03:14 min | 3 months ago

"vernay" Discussed on Daily Pop

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"vernay" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

04:12 min | 8 months ago

"vernay" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"The same shit asus. Blackness is a brand before he passed it to dr price. offer his last word I swear to draw out a call to action to the listeners. 'cause i learned a lot of stuff from listeners because we have listeners who work actually industries and. They'll just tell me like they're behind the scenes. Will somebody please share it me. This is balloon off. dr ball. Just said Artists what kind of tax credits or some kind of you know 'cause wasted about slashing things stint so that they can show like their Whoa kness and get proximate. I would love to know what is going on with this like. Hbo max and hulu especially hbo max for hbo maximes to have for whatever reason invested in being the woke streamer there that's been bare lane recently and just signing and everything to a when fox started and they had on a black shelves are this is the difference those back shows made money and then when they put those stations on the map they toss him to the side but those were solidly profitable like they didn't cost a lot to make and guys. What's happening here. The these films are being used to politically drag us away from where we need to be and to bring people to these platforms who think that in perpetuity. They will get quality and consistent black content but the differences. These are all financial flops. These all lose money. That's what are they wanna have reemphasize this point. This could be my last point. it's fine about. It's like property about copyright. Most committees bearable is around. I is to assemble property. Any this is where the money comes in commodities property. Other things to worry less that he thinks make money is owned and so whatever relationship that beyond has to the henry hampton by all players. That's a story then. They can do whatever they was it in. Perpetuity uses the amazon strategy. When they started where they didn't care the money they just figured we just want to dominate and get market share and consume and they will make money on it later once we actually own everything and far in the bugs be bigger than everybody going to say. Hbo particular the thing. i little. It doesn't matter if it's good or not. Its content because asia's are paying for regardless of whether or not. I watch eyes on the prize. The new one already paid for. Hbo matt And it's basically but they're doing. Essentially what netflix has already been doing for the longest. Fucking time. If you remember. Netflix was the only space. If you were independent black filmmaker they will take your shit vernay. First documentary was on netflix. That's the first time i went out. I saw That was the one about our our hip hop movement here the freestyle fellowship movement. Out here right. There was nobody documenting covering it was small indie henry and netflix. It wasn't just heard multiple black indie films. That they were taking in so they were they. Were putting that there. Were airing on there or on streaming site. Netflix already had a whole black section before black lives matter. I don't think they even. I don't they call it that but they pretty much already had all the black stuff rocking member they had the they're white people in. They had the what she's gotta have it in. It was a whole bunch of other. Shame right is about on netflix. Real quick about a black section. They have this thing where they have. Decoy screen shots and pick so like if they can tell that you're black they will front load knock recommendations to you and they'll also take like see every show and has one talking black guy in it was like five minutes every episode. If knows your black it will put that one actor space as the picture that goes with the show but the white person when they see that that thumbnail for the show. Show up you'll have the main white actors being your point about content and made stop by on contents of extreme service. Decided that right is the other most important commodity into services us. It's about the information.

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"vernay" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:40 min | 9 months ago

"vernay" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Just put him in front of a camera and we'll get out of the way and the other thing we believe all heartedly is that we don't want colin kaepernick in this league. David this point five an odd question but at this point would colin kaepernick have less power if he was let back into the nfl. Yeah it's a great question. I mean he might. Because i mean that's the the the thing about martyrdom i said before about Con cabinet being used as a ghost story for this current generation of players will in another respect. He's also kind of an animating spirit for this current generation of players. If you're a twenty two year old player that means you are seventeen. When colin kaepernick went through this in two thousand sixteen and so a lot of these players particularly the ones i've spoken to. I mean it's not even a question they think of him as a hero and that's something the. Nfl can't take away. What do you want people to take from this book. The capture nick taking a knee changing the world. The thing the message that you want out there is because it sounds like you're sort of going uplifting here. As opposed to appalled and i'm used to hearing you appalled guest. I normally am appalled. And i was appalled when i started the book and i actually felt something. Very strange odd Something called optimism by the time was done. Because you know. I look at these people and i remember what it was like in high school. I remember what it was like to not wanna stand out. I played sports in high school. I remember what it was like not to say anything against what my was saying and to see all these young people say there's something more important than high school. There's something more important than sports. There's a bigger world out there. And i'm going to sacrifice whatever entitlement that i have for the purposes of starting a conversation a very modest bowl that gave me a sense of hope. Do you know of kapernick is proud of himself like the idea that he would give up his career but the end 'cause would be generation would be a little extra woke a little extra sensitive a little extra compassionate a little extra kind whatever it is a little extra feeling of confidence giving your opinion or standing behind something. Yeah i mean. I think he has a great deal of pride in that. I mean we're going to see a lot more of it in the year to calm where he's going to be doing this. Roll out of everything from a children's book to a television series. Being done by. Abe vernay in that you know that to me is a function of our times. I mean athletes are now content creators. It's not just con- cabernet. They all want to control their own image. They all want to control what they're doing. I mean you know sure. The tom brady production that's coming. Espn plus they all want to control their packaging and con cabinets. No different in that regard. But i think underneath all of that is somebody who's very proud that he wouldn't let himself be broken. Because that's one thing to there were strong indications from the league that if he was willing to do what they call the tony dungy tour he could have been. Let back into the league. You know you sit next to tony dungy. You look very humble and sixty minutes interviewed interviews you and you talk about how. You made a mistake and colin tony. Dungy even put himself forward to do that. Colin kaepernick said. No you know. Because i did nothing wrong and so i do think he's proud of that. Dave thank you sir. Appreciate your work. Thanks for making the time for us. Ed i got to say. I love the new show. It reminds what mr miaki said. You know it's like it's the same but different. So i love that. It's still what it was and i love what it's becoming. Thank you sir. Thank you dave donlevatar threat. Coda your thoughts stugatz. Okay very good. Yeah no i'm here. Bcc donlevatar show with his two guys. Tweeter writes in only took the show thirty minutes on monday to hate on unvaccinated players..

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"vernay" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:53 min | 9 months ago

"vernay" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"He's talking about one. His kids dating a black woman and say she basically is not allowed to house around them because not because he's rises against black people because they say nigger and of course no black person. Could you know that they would understand. If late leisa his daughter was dating a nigger. We would all say fuck you a you know that now. I don't see how us anything. Okay if lies homo black guy. Home yada is not that they're black is none of that is that we use the word nigger. We don't mean you fucking scum nigger without a soul. We don't mean shit. But america would think we mean that we're not taking a chance on losing everything. We got over racial slur. Because i son goes with a girl like that. I can't do that tucker. You can't expect gary binding. Sicily and autumn young kids to harder because i'm in love for seven months. Fuck that so. I'm telling you get another job but you cannot work here unless you break up with her as she's out of your life. I can't handle that shit. I got him in the parking lot. Trying to record us. I got that girl saying she's gonna wear recorder tucker chapman said. I don't even know what to say. So that's the original comment. Just in case anyone thinks always like eminem is now like eminem are also not my imminent routinely says the an were his rap. He said it when he was a high schooler. He broke his black girlfriend and set it in a free style that was recorded but never like recorded like to be put out and i remember benzino. Said he found it. And and and when when the sources trying to have beef with eminem rap game for some reason and And nothing really came up with because i think he may even apologize for it if he even addressed what nothing came up because everybody was like what we're not holding this shit against him from fifteen whatever years ago. Nobody gives a fuck at this point and the other times. I've heard him say to an were was he when he was on stage with black rappers. Who you know all the rappers stage and you're saying the course or saugus. Some shit he then was again seemed to be better translated properties of niggers wrapping. You can say talk. That's what what seem to be. I mean shit. Everybody's go if you see west in concert wrapping gold digger than why people don't be covering is to You know they hold the mic out. Adam guingona say it. So i don't i don't you know i think none of what dog bounty hunter apply said applies is not based on any actual reality. And that's not what he did so for me. fuck dog. the bounty hunter doesn't make arrest negus for life put them in jail and shit for a living and then he wanted me to feel bad like he got confused. He thought he had a fastpitch Hundred right less the a last one can't be mad director. Nia kosta makes box office history. Her film was the number one spot at the box office. Twenty two point three million into opening weekend. She's the first black female filmmaker achieve this feat. do vernay always come in second place on weekends. She always will come in second Yes so There's one.

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"vernay" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

04:00 min | 9 months ago

"vernay" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"A good answer for it. What would you say hot. Isn't it harder than it seems which i'm curious. Which was you turn chase birth. And did you see any story into the psychology of the order. I often find. I do that late. I might think. Oh i should probably say mother i but then if i'm on something that on something that maybe focused on my performance from my past. Maybe i wouldn't say i even got is the first thing that comes to mind for me. It's it is interesting. That sometimes i flip the order of things depending on what i'm doing so i'd love to hear from you and let me know afterwards when you post when you after. It's what do you what do you say. What would you say and does the person you're talking to change change. You would start with got three minutes for the forty five minute group so begin talking about what i would do. But you're gonna have to walk along with us to hear the rest of it because i'm thirty on. I very much when he was sent me. Interview questions. With here's what we're gonna i'm gonna ask you other than the un which. I prepared because well. Yeah one of the un the other ones. She didn't give me anything. The first one perpetual because i wanted to impress them and some of the questions with things. I'd never thought about an answer full. Yeah i've actually another thing. I'd love to know from year when so when i ask a question on the podcast of when cost you listen to the question. Do you ever think about you runs to that. Like what would you say. I just ask you. How would you describe yourself about other ones like what you do. You ever stop to think about your answer. I do sometimes with things. Like when vernay brown asks courage is vulnerability has like symptoms. Take what i say or like my who javale off the same questions. Sometimes i stink about one of his. Do you ever do that with questions. For people. curious getting would love to hear all of us. Probably what remember i asked this question. Maybe i should enlist someone with a good memory to do these and listen. I message made with the questions. I oscar.

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"vernay" Discussed on Arrowhead Addict: A Kansas City Chiefs Podcast

Arrowhead Addict: A Kansas City Chiefs Podcast

05:29 min | 10 months ago

"vernay" Discussed on Arrowhead Addict: A Kansas City Chiefs Podcast

"Let's get into the main discussion here and it's training camp right so as you can see the news out of camp campus coming fast and furious if you wanna keep up on. Everything obviously need to be reading arrowhead addict. Keep an eye on the twitter feeds. Oh follow me. Follow avert rainfall. All the people that are there on the ground will definitely be talking about what is happening out there on the field. The hall of fame game. You guys is in eight days. Steelers cowboys will square off in canton. You can bet that. I'll be tuning in with a beard. Watch that because even terrible preseason football is still better than no football at all so with training camp underway there a few storylines already developing the first one and this was a story of the off. Season really is the offensive line. So one question. I think we had going into the last. Few weeks was will andy. Reid start to rookies along the offensive line while we still don't know definitively The answer to that question. But here's the team's been lining up orlando brown joe. Tony creed humphry. trey smith. Mike remers over right tackle so look were super early in camp. There are a lot of reps in exhibition games. Come still it is telling humphrey smith were in there and remember the chiefs. Do have dr laurent du vernay tardiff back. He sat out last season to fight. Cova did andy..

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"vernay" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"vernay" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"I want you to understand something really important. Which is thoughts are not facts and just because you think it does not make it true. I think one of the other inherent issues is that people feel shame around receiving. I think one of the most dangerous thoughts is i'm not worthy of it. I think that we have been raised to believe that things that are given to us. We have to earn. And we don't believe were deserving of them. And that's why i said to yesterday love. It's not supposed to be earned. And i think for so many people growing up. In order to get love from their parents they had to get straight a.'s or look a certain way or act a certain way or major a certain thing love was conditional and so then we attach that to the way we think about receiving across the board and also what. If i were to tell you that from the research we've come to understand that. Actually joy is the scariest most vulnerable emotion. What if that's actually true. Vernay brown says studied vulnerability all these years and she said it turns out that we actually guard ourselves from too much joy..

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"vernay" Discussed on Ultimate Guide to Partnering™

Ultimate Guide to Partnering™

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"vernay" Discussed on Ultimate Guide to Partnering™

"The problem with that is you automatically have this mindset that its second third or fourth priority in we just have to have it because social is a living breathing mechanism where decisions have to be made. What if something came up that you want to jump on whereas the person responsible for social has no authority or influence to make any decisions right so those are three wrong things organizations. Do with social. Now let me talk about my perspective. On what social is in how people should think about it in build upon first thing is when you think about social the very first thing regardless of what you social for be it your own benefit organization benefit is why you want establish a social media presence right in. There are really three reasons number one. Let me just talk about from personal perspective. I want establish a social media presence. Because i want to get my brand out there so that i can have potentially a better job in the future or i can put myself out there so that i can network and get to know more people so it's more self centric in looking at long term benefits. The second reason is really being altruistic. You wanna be out there because you want to give you want to offer knowledge you want to provide information which is a great thing the third reason you wanna be out there on social is you're out there on behalf of your organization. You're like like vince. What you're describing. Gary the right for those now from gary vernay chuck. You've gotta check him out. He was out there back in the late ninety s because he wanted to throw his dad's wind business. Now he has his media empire right in my view. Those three reasons is not separate from each other in fact for me personally. I'm out there. Because i'm doing all those three things right for myself to help others in to help my company at point in the way you approach social is not the same with how you approach traditional marketing with social..

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"vernay" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"vernay" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"Eating noble anyway currently. Star spinoff powerbook to goes the forty nine year old. Let it be known that she would rather not be called Auntie. You know that's a thing going on right now. Twitter and the memes and stuff certain women are called. Auntie. Like certain celebrities. But in the hood women live on on Rogers and the young cast, they call me uncle. You. You. Yes. Yes she said I'm why can't I be your sister? nope there's women that are like. You if I'm twelve and you dammit fifty, eight, my sister most likely you're going to be off your grandma was. Not In your case, Bobby That's why. That's why. I said. She said there's Problems she said that there are women that are way older than her calling her on t. she can be your sister, your friend in your head. She said the Auntie. Is like come on not if you're ten years older than me, please don't call me Aunty. I'll be your sister. That what she's okay. If you older than made week be. Coming. But just because she said that now it's going to backfire on by a me. RT ON? Rt now you. Mary. Birthday was yesterday God bless your Mary. Mary and Aunty. Mary. Wise like Saint Mary's. Monte. Offer old person term like. Forty nine years old she's. Service is. Always. Able to do Vernay, Oprah and Gayle last year all expressed that they don't Wanna be called Auntie either I wasn't calling oprah? We going. To be called, that's called name. Gail. Over there trip on tees they are. Right now percents. Aunty Mary Ozzy Larry This whoever Just promote the show keep push right. Colonel just promote. We don't care about. What has to do with go book to power..

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NFL Training Camp Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

NFL Live

03:22 min | 1 year ago

NFL Training Camp Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

"A look at the schedule and testing guidelines as things get going around the league, all players must pass three Cova tests over a four day span before entering the team facility, today and tomorrow players will. Will be tested and then return home to isolate for twenty four hours. Meetings are still virtual. After this period, players will be tested daily for the first two weeks, and then every other day. If the positive rate remains below five percent players do have the option to opt out. Really get back to that in just a moment, but first here's what a handful of head coaches are saying about today. Sorry I mean again. The emphasis will be that. We've got to follow the protocol. Be Very diligent with. That's the thing that I think that we're missing right now. A society is that. Is that not very diligent as we? Understand more and more about this. It seems that you know that that wearing a mouse washing your hands socially just. Trying to avoid large crowds You know you give yourself a chance. We're fortunate that we're testing here testing. And you know so. We're getting results quickly. Other thing that's been beneficial. Of Our and Continuing maintain, Around the League, a number of US going to have to be the best teammates we've ever been because we're GONNA have to not only take care of one another, but we're really looking after your families, too, because we're going to make the best decisions off the field and I think we've also learned you can do all the right steps, and still you know have positive tests so. We'll take them when those happen. We'll deal with them, and that's why the protocols are in place. And there's this component so far. Nine thousand nine hundred players have opted out of the upcoming season, and the list is growing some notable names here. Including Three Patriots starters also. You've heard GPS guard Lawrence do Vernay Tardif and bear stalwart Eddie Goldman. Adamant feels like this list has been growing by the minute today. Take us through exactly what the opt out means and the deadline to do so the impact of this. We'll susie this situation where I think a lot of players are concerned about what they're seeing across the country with the spikes in various states, some of these players who are opting out have friends, relatives, family members who are sick. Who may have passed in this particular case, every situation is unique and different. Dont`a hightower welcome to child in the middle of July Patrick shown is scheduled to have a child in the near future, and I think players are looking out for their safety and feel unsettled about the fact that the virus has affected certain segments of the society more of the disaffected others. It has affected the elderly, I. Think we're going to hear more and more. More about coaches around the NFL something. We're not hearing a lot of right now. It is affected minorities and I think some of these players have been scared off by and are opting for the opt out for this upcoming season. We've seen a higher than expected number of opt-outs and again players have until August third to officially. Opt Out so this may just be the beginning we have six opt outs from the new. England patriots already, and there may be more coming across the League Uzi.

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Noose found in Bubba Wallace's garage stall, NASCAR says

Get Up!

11:41 min | 2 years ago

Noose found in Bubba Wallace's garage stall, NASCAR says

"Now? Mike Greenberg Bristol with you this morning. And as I said right off the top of the show, I would have loved to have started with any of those today, and we certainly will get to the mall, but we begin with an absolutely despicable story coming from the world of NASCAR. In this developing story, a noose was found in bubba Wallace's. Stall at the NASCAR race in Talladega Alabama yesterday less than two weeks after Wallace led efforts to push NASCAR to ban the confederate flag NASCAR announced the news last night well after the race had been postponed due to inclement weather, and said it was launching an immediate investigation here. was there statement late this afternoon? Nascar was made aware that a noose was found in the garage stall of the forty three eighteen. We are angry and outraged, and cannot state strongly enough. How seriously we take this heinous act! We have launched an immediate investigation and we'll do everything we can to identify the persons responsible and eliminate them from the sport. As we have stated unequivocally, there is no place for racism and NASCAR, and this act only strengthens our resolve to make the sport open and welcoming to all while himself tweeted a statement last night, which read in. In part today's despicable act of racism and hatred leaves me incredibly saddened, and serves as a painful reminder of how much further we have to go as a society and how persistent we must be in the fight against racism. As my mother told me today, they are just trying to scare you. This will not break me. I will not give enor- rely back down. I will continue to proudly stand for what I believe. In Allah Marty Smith is covering this for us in the scene in Talladega. He joined us an hour ago. The News in Bubbas garage stall was actually seen by a member of his team. Darrell Bubba never saw it. He never saw it personally and win. That team members saw it. He alerted NASCAR. And Nascar immediately had a meeting of its senior executive staff, and they made the decision that they were going to remove this person from the sport as quickly and rapidly as possible. This was not a situation where a fan might have meandered in on this because there were no fans in the garage. So what you're looking at is you're looking at team members. You're looking at officials. You're looking at potential security. You're looking at maybe cleaning personnel that have access to these garage areas. Again! That was Marty Smith with US earlier. Lebron James among many who posted messages about this. He tweeted sickening Wallace, my brother! No, you don't stand alone I'm right here with you as well as every other athlete, I just want to continue to say how proud I am of you for continuing to take a stand for change here in America and sports at Nascar. I salute you as well. Well Sprint Cup driver Michael McDowell added. God help us the level of evil. It takes to do something like this is disgusting. This is enraging and heartbreaking all at the same time Dale. EARNHARDT Jr. tweeted simply a hope of a wins it tomorrow again. The race will be run today. It was delayed by weather yesterday, and as I bring Steven A. and Marcus into the conversation here I'll. Repeat that the area in which this was discovered, there were cameras all over it should be. Relatively easy investigation for the NASCAR officials to conduct, and we are standing by for any information live from Talladega Marty Smith will bring us anything as soon as there is any further news with that thought in mind, Stephen. We've not yet had a chance to say good morning to you I. I just want to give you the floor here. What are your feelings and thoughts as we see this story developed from last night? Well I. Mean I think that for me? Personally I'm a little bit different than the kind of sentiments that have been expressed by a lot of people, because obviously you find this reprehensible and disgusting, and it's incredibly sad, and we get all of that but there's a forgive the the figurative smirk that might end up covering my face or draping my face because to me. Me It's just folks displaying the ignorance, and the more they put it on display, the more it enlightens a lot of people in White. America about what Black America has been telling them about for so many years decades spanning centuries for crying out loud. This is not new. This is something that we've known existed for all time. This is something we know we'll continue to exist. And there is no way around it and so this there comes a point in time where you have to accept that reality one of the things that I would encourage everybody to go watch. If you get an opportunity, you can go on Netflix. You can watch that documentary thirteen by EVA do vernay along with others, sensational job of address mass incarceration in the United States, of America one of the things they highlighted. Is that under the Nixon? Administration where you're literally talking about you know White folks that are hippies and you associate them with marijuana and you associate black. Black folks with crack cocaine, and as a result of that will ultimately galvanize folks in your favor, because they'd be scared to death, and you'd be hearing words like law and order ad, nauseam that was in the sixties for crying out loud in two thousand and twenty, and we're hearing the same thing now. You just have to open your eyes. You have to pay attention to the parallels you have to. You have to pay attention to the correspondence. That's taking place right before your very eyes throughout history, we have had people that have been adroit at light laying low. Controlling the narrative, manipulating the narrative switching things to their favor, all in an effort to maintain or to retain power. It's something to kind of thing that has been taking place in. Usually they've been incredibly skilled at remaining in the dark and saying it's then it's not us, it's them. It's not us well guess what are coming to light more and more in this day and age I find that a cause for celebration, not a 'cause. You know to be saddened by anything. The I find these to be. Beautiful tops as difficult as it may be the fact that I nation appears to be becoming more enlightened than ever before and ultimately as a result. We're coming together. I find that to be a huge plus not a minus. If the ignorance has to show itself, and if the ignore, it has to showcase themselves in order for this to happen coming out of the dock to me. That's of course was celebration Marcus. Stephen. That's what I alluded to earlier man just come on out. Show us who you are, so we know how to deal with you and everybody. That's four. Right knows how to deal with you. Look listen, this is. There has been. We've been having this conversation for a long time. I mean we had this conversation we had. This conversation went capped kneeled about police brutality. We talked about racing all of them and man you. You look if you look around and social. There were people literally Oh twitter last night. Say A BUBBLE! Did this for attention? What what are you talking about like? It's not. It's not unfathomable that someone could do that. We sold Jesse's me. Make reference to that because people can conjure up things to create narratives to make people overreact. That's why saying earlier. Estimate I'm not doing this emotional. Rollercoaster I'm getting off of it right like I'm nuts and bolts to was going on. There is progress that needs to be made in this country I'm focusing on that progress that needs to be made. That's what bubble wireless is focused in on a by making his statements in Nascar. That's a lot of athletes are focused on a lot of people in society in general of focused on making sure that we draw a line between racist people and people that one good for everybody. That's the bottom line. Look for as much as this is egregious and the things that have transpired for low type. I grew up in the south light. It's not. An uncommon for me to see racist people are know what it looks like or even even be surprised or shocked about certain things that tend to happen. The bottom line is this. I'm often emotional roller coaster like if you racist just be that come out publicly and be that enlist separate that and you be a part of the minority port society that we want to get to, and we think we already are at so all of that being said I'm with Steve Day like in this bringing a lot of people to the light, and the hateful ones are fighting their battle because they see slipping away. Score you're not GonNa hear me say this very very often, but I wanNA give major major kudos to a Lotta. White folks out there in America because if it wasn't for them, protesting and marching with black individuals if it wasn't for them, you know engaging in the kind of of of you know resistance to whatever level of oppression we as black people have been feeling this nation I. Don't think some of these folks will. will be coming out I. mean listen the back. In the day. They used to wear the sheets and used to cover the identity and their faces that we didn't know who the hell they were by virtue of that now. Some black people, a lot of black people will tell you they exist in corporate America. They could be the very people that you're working for the very people that you're talking to I happen to be. Be Blessed we happen to be blessed to not certainly not have that at this company is because we've seen the actions on the part of our executives. And what have you over continuous basis? Elevated level of sensitivity that this place has shown throughout the years deserves to be commended. There's always work to do. There is no perfect place. Make no about it, but I'm incredibly proud to be a part of the Walt Disney and And specifically the ESPN family in that regard having set all of that I'm in the minority, because the reality is vast people, there's a vast number of people of African. American descent in the United States of America that feel subjugated I wouldn't go so far as to say enslaved, but feel subjugated by bosses in corporate America people that say all the right things when the cameras are rolling, but behind the scenes they engage. Eight your and the conduct. Subjugation that they devote their voiceless. They don't have a voice in that regard, green. Marcus knows exactly what I'm talking about. And so because of that because of these times that we're living, what we're seeing is a populous within the United States of America that sees the dramatic shift, and there's so appalled, and and put and taken aback by what they see transpiring that they can't hide their vitriol. They're coming out of the dock because they're being forced out of the dog. We as black people. People have to appreciate the fact that couldn't happen without a vast number of white individuals in our society standing with us and saying you know what we see where the hell you coming from. If we didn't see it before we see it now, and we're with you, so you have that other segment of the population saying wait a minute we lose some of our own here. Some of our own alternative guests and the poor in this noxious. We gotTA speak up and as a result. Of the dock again I find that a cause for celebration doesn't bother me at all. If we wore, we wore. Let's get it on. I liked that. I want to leave it there for the moment again. Marty Smith is standing by Talladega. If there is any further information on the investigation, we will have it for you immediately, meanwhile, Steven as going to stay with us here for a few more minutes, and we'll get some football conversation as we go his feelings about the Dallas, cowboys have been well documented. This should be a very big day in Dallas. We will talk about it and why and then Lebron and other NBA players have until Wednesday to decide whether or not they're going to play. What should we expect? Woge will answer that question as we continue this out. GET THEM ON ESPN. GEICO. GETS YOU ACCESS TO LICENSED AGENTS? Twenty four

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"vernay" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"vernay" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And is urging the rest of the board of ready to fill his seat with a black candidate he intends to use any future gains from his reddit stock to quote serve the black community and to fund the curb of research fund the curb of racial hate he's also planned to give a million dollars to Colin Kaepernick's know your rights campaign which is a charity whose mission it seeks to quote advance a liberation and well being of black and brown communities through education self empowerment mass mobilization and the creation of new systems that elevate the next generation of change leaders he addressed the board by saying quote I believe resignation can actually be an active leadership from people in power right now to everyone fighting to fix our broken broken nation do not stop putting your money where your mouth yeah that's awesome there has been Paramount Pictures has announced that it's offering free digital rentals of the movie Selma for the rest of the month cool the news comes less than twenty four hours after star David Oyelowo said that Oscar voters told the studio that they would not support the film after the cast for T. shirts that said quote I can't breathe the Los Angeles premiere in protest of the killing of Eric garner a dinner Vernay retweeted the story and said true story the academy of motion pictures arts and sciences replying to diverting eva and David we hear you unacceptable we're committed to progress do you know that I still haven't seen that movie Velma yeah okay I mean yeah so without saying but not on the left and does that I did not know that sorry so no well I don't think that he just now yeah I don't know how would we have known and finally Ben Affleck fans think they may have found his private Instagram accounts his phone so to speak so a woman named Kelsey we commence apparently found his finsta account now if you want to go and check it out it may already be down but it set the handle is positive attitude hunting and it's a picture well hunting yes and it's a picture of Ben and ana and Jennifer garner and ana de Armas are both following its private positive attitude hunting yes it is private so you can't see any there's only three followers exactly so so interesting just to check that out your self seen what's happened over on Instagram all right that's all the dirt this.

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Hollywood Stars Say Hell, No to Netflix Speed-Up Test

Business Wars Daily

05:26 min | 2 years ago

Hollywood Stars Say Hell, No to Netflix Speed-Up Test

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from. Your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney. GOES TRY IT free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily the From wonder I'm David Brown in this business. Wars daily this Tuesday November fifth. Everyone gets the same. I'm twenty four hours in a day right and perhaps in the stress of a modern world another must see Binge Watch on. Netflix might take more time than you have to spend. But perhaps you would manage to watch a few more shows if you could. What speed them up with? That thought may have never occurred to you but Netflix has been testing the idea India all the same. The streamer recently began testing. A new variable speed control feature viewers given access to the tests could watch shows up to one and a half times. Faster the normal. They could also slow programs down to three quarters or even half speed. netflix tested the feature only a select group of android phone users. Variable able control. Playback was common in the era of. DVD's Today podcast youtube enthusiasts. Take it for granted but it's new to Netflix. And according to the company any it's a feature some users have been requesting for a long time. UPDATES have a wave sneaking up on APPs some Netflix subscribers notice the appearance of variable. We'll play back. In mid October accompanying a slate of more mundane updates that improve brightness language and audio controls the idea some viewers like to speed beat up slow documentaries or watch old favourite faster. Alternatively viewers learning languages are watching instructional videos say exercise or cooking king often wish they could slow things down just a little bit but net flicks must not have thoroughly anticipated. What would happen next for the last few years? Here's you see. The streamer has been recruiting Oscar level. Show runners writers actors and directors to develop original films. TV show several of which have gone on to win awards. It's their strategy airing higher quality programs than their rivals to help them keep subscribers from fleeing to growing streaming competition from Amazon Apple Disney H. B. The ob at and a whole host of others and Oscar winning or at least Oscar worthy films should tempt users into subscribing right well that strategy gene assessment dated a supportive relationship with Hollywood's best so it paid big name stars like grey's Anatomy showrunner Shonda rhimes and glee producer Sir Ryan Murphy. Hundreds of millions of dollars to come into the net flicks fold and it promised artists director. David Vernay that the company would be. They're are safe home. A Production House dedicated to shepherding their finest creative work so when Netflix announced the speed tests. The question quickly arose should viewers be allowed to speed through shows. Made with such care. Some of Hollywood's a-list reacted with outrage. No just as soon as the speed up was out the streaming. The giant crashed into hardcore criticism from actor. Aaron Paul of Breaking Bad Fame and writer director Judd appetite according to the New York Times Erin. Paul tweeted there is is no way. Netflix will move forward with this. That would mean they are completely taken control of everyone else's art and destroying it. Netflix is far better than that and appetite. Appetite threatened to call quote every director and show Creator on Earth to fight net flicks. The Times reported some users have applauded net flicks for putting speed control roll into the hands of viewers but given the verbal version of rotten tomatoes. That talent has thrown at the company. The new feature isn't likely to stay for now. It seems you'll have to content yourself with watching shows at normal speed maybe rather than trying to accelerate life even more. You could take up meditation. Probably a show for that. You know on Netflix. From wondering wondering this is business wars daily. We hope you listen to our site business news at normal speed and if you like this episode hit that subscribe button so you never miss a day pay fast astronaut already. Wouldn't you say thanks a bunch. I'm David Brown. And we'll see you tomorrow. This episode is brought to you by Centro online from Pitney bowes shipping and mailing from. Your desk has never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney. Bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars and ninety nine cents a month send envelopes flats packages right from your PC and and you were back to business in no time. Try It for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit. PB dot com slash rush V._W.. Daily that's P._B..

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"vernay" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:27 min | 3 years ago

"vernay" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Back the years of their lives. They lost in prison. If ado Vernay also directed, the film Selma, withdraw Mataya chapter of the civil rights movement, and thirteenth a documentary about mass incarceration, and it's echoes of the errors of slavery. And Jim crow. Eva Duval, new, welcome back to fresh air. Did you know much about their story before you made this series only only what I knew as a teenager growing up in Compton, was on the west coast at the same time that these boys were on the east coast Harlem, I was all over the place. It was big news in Los Angeles. And it really. Was something that I, I on because these were black boys will look like me and my friends, they were around the same age and the same age as Corey wise. And so to, to hear of this, you know, dastardly despicable kind of devastating crime that had taken place, you know, was what everyone was talking about at one point, and particularly the word Wilding caught my attention because I didn't know what it was and I wanted to know what that meant. So I called a cousin in New York. And I asked what it was. And he said, we don't know. We think they meanwhile in out, and while an out is does not mean you know, gang raping women while it out, is hanging out, you know, kind of like being free for the night like just, you know, acting, you know, carefree, and I was have trouble when I try to translate urban slang into. To something else, but it is, it's not it's not a wolf pack of animal like the going into the park to torture, and demean and assault. And rape, people, that's not what Wyoming out means, so part of what we do in our piece is, is trying to kind of trace and track how while and out becomes Wilding becomes wolf. Pack becomes animals becomes, you know, a prison sentence for these five boys. All five were interviewed for the Ken burns documentary. But one of them was voice only he didn't want his face on camera. He wanted to keep his privacy, and I'm wondering how the five young how the five men, I mean they're in their mid forties. Now, how they felt about having the story told again and having the dramatic version out there, again, with actors playing them because on the one hand it's a story in which there charges were vacated, so they're, you know, they are not guilty at the same time they probably won't to put the story behind them to some degree if that's possible. So how did they feel about having you tell the story? were they are all individuals so they all felt differently about it you know you speak of antrim mcrae who did not go on camera for the bern stock i remember flying out to atlanta to see him you know he was the one with the most hesitation about doing it but he'll always say if my brothers are going to do it i'll do it and i remember talking with him and just really wanted to get a sense of who he was and how he felt about the process and he said to me at one point i'm probably going to have to move when it comes out and i said why do you think you have to move and he says i just don't want people to know and i said what like people on your street he said yeah i said so no one on the street that lives around you beautiful street in atlanta where he lives said no one knows who you are he says they know a mantra brown And I said, so they don't know your aunt McCray, and he says, no, I'm not answering McCray here and he was the first leave New York City. And he you know, has been really delivered about wanting to separate himself from that story when I speak with him. More recently, I think it's changed. He still is not gung ho about about any part of the process. But he is wanting the story to be out there and he is wanting to share it. He's wanting to speak his truth. And he is understands that although it's uncomfortable for him. It's helping other people as far as the other men Yussef was very. forthcoming and excited about telling the story as it was raymond and kevin i think the other gentlemen who had a little bit of hesitation was corey wise and the hesitation was only because of the process of making the film is you know not something that folks who don't make film really know about so it was a lot of questions about process and how deep he was going to have to go and telling his story and who he would be telling it to so it became important to him that it didn't feel like he was on the stand or speaking with police that the pro- the process was very intimate and that he got to know me and he got to know my co writers and that he felt comfortable in sitting down with us and telling us stories we he did not come into formal right writer's room we created a space for him that felt like a house so i literally rented a house and flew them in and they just basically felt like they were sitting around our house telling stories on the couch Ouch. So that the formality of the desk, and the chair in the office, that felt very 'institutional. We've broke that down. And we were able to get two stories that felt much more personal. I could see why after being disbelieved for so many years that some of the five men would feel uncomfortable having to go through the process of telling our story again. Yeah. Now, definitely that kind of the storytelling had happened all in an institutional framework. Right. They're telling it in a precinct and not being believed the story is being contorted and contrived and manufactured, and they're, they're being asked to answer details. And so this coercion is then taped, and now that becomes their story, they have to tell it to lawyers, and in court, you know, their story was always on pieces of legal documents and instruments of, of the law, that felt impersonal, and so part of what we tried to do is to make sure that they felt that this was a different kind of storytelling that they were in charge of that they could finally assert their voices and talk about whatever they wanted. I mean this, this is a four year process. So there were a lot of stories that had nothing to do with the particulars of the case, which is kind of the only story that people. Wanted to know and really got into who they were as people and how the case affected them and their families, you know, to this day. So from having talked to the five men give us an example of one of the story said, one of them told you about why they agreed to a confess turn. That was not true why they agreed to implicate themselves by saying that they did things that they didn't do. I don't know. I take issue with the word agreed. I mean we're talking about minors. We're talking about minors, who are in rooms alone. With police officers who are aggressive who have guns on their pelts badges who were told to mind and to respect and to follow orders from it keeps it gets under my skin. When people ask why why why would they do that? Why would you say something you wouldn't do? That's even Linda fairstein. Why will they? They said it they did it. And you it strips away the real dynamics of that room, which is what I try to show in the piece, you know, you, you, you know, how easily child can be manipulated. You know how easily child, you know can can be made to be afraid. And these thority figures did that to these. Voice, and so. The answer to the question of, how did they agree is? You know, I, I don't know if there was ever an agreement, I think it was a no disrespect to you. But it is a it was a manipulation so point accepted. But what were some of the ways that you think the boys were manipulated by the police, and prosecutors to give the false stories that they gave to give the false confessions that they made? Some of the ways that we show in the peace are that they were without their parents. They were not given food or water. They were asked to repeat the story and details were inserted into the story through repetition, it's hard to explain. So that's why I want to show you mean they were prompted to say things that they added. They were the stories were repeated and repeated again and again, by both parties. And details were added through repetition, and so that was one that's one of the ways many of the tactics that they described to us are in the peace and it when it comes alive and you actually see it being done cbo's trying to kind of pick up details. And, and also to please, who was asking the questions all under the kind of false belief that they would be allowed to leave if they cooperated, and that, quote unquote cooperation was, you know, picking up these additional details. I mean one of the first questions that one of the boys was asked was, what was she wearing have you didn't know Kevin Richardson started to describe whatever he thought a white woman would be wearing running through the park at one. Point. They didn't even know she was white. They get into these details of talking about trying to sit there and piece together a story and make the person in front of them happy with it. And there were a number of different techniques that were used on them that world least, successful the me reintroduce you, if you're just joining us, Mike guest is Eva Duval, and her new Netflix series, dramatizes, the story of the five men who are known as the central park five the convictions were vacated, they received a total of forty one million dollars in a settlement from the city of New York, and she tells their story in this new Netflix series, and it's called when they see us, we'll be right back after we take a short break. This is fresh air..

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Emmy nomination voting underway

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

05:19 min | 3 years ago

Emmy nomination voting underway

"KCRW sponsors include Netflix, presenting the original series, when they see us from Asia Duve Rene based on the true story of five teens who are falsely accused of a brutal attack in central park. Emmy eligible in all categories. I'm Kim masters. And this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Matt felony of the Hollywood reporter, and Matt EMMY voting is open. And, you know, there's always a lot of second guessing and campaigning, and it's all good this year. However, we're seeing the end of game of thrones. And that is a, a huge potential category killer in the best drama category. And for that reason we have seen other series that do might have been competitive kind of stay out of the way the eligibility for the Emmys ends at the end of may. So you often will see a lot of shows premiering in may just so that they can get into that window to be eligible this year. We saw the opposite in that best drama series category. The Handmaid's tale is premiering in June and stranger things. Netflix is premiering in July. And those were two shows that typically would be in the EMMY race Handmaid's tale, obviously was the first streaming series to ever win. In the drama series. Emmy category this year. They're both steering clear of game of thrones. Because the expectation is that game of thrones is just going to run the category and win and went out. I mean it would be the you know job well done award. However, you know, I I'm going to confess that I not a person who watched game of thrones. But I do watch my Twitter feed and mandate. I see blowback about the way that series ended. Yeah, I think there was a lot of negativity. And I think people were surprised by who ended up on that iron throne, but I don't think ultimately voters will care about the negativity. I think that this is a game changing mammoth moment in television. People say, we will never see a show again. Like EMA thrones. I, I don't know if that's true, but voters are going to without in my opinion voters are going to go for the show and, and give it the, the this year, I wonder if it had been vulnerable. Maybe the strategy was bad. You go ahead and compete against it, but who could afford? Seen that potential vulnerability. Meanwhile, you know there's the limited series category. That is very competitive when we see HBO rolling out Chernobyl net flicks, rolling out the central park, five drama series from ABC Vernay, when they see us, and they are coming up with kind of, you know, interesting claims to bolster the profile of how popular how highly rated, you know, the metrics may not stand up to too much scrutiny. But this is the game that is played. I'm always very skeptical of anything that Netflix says because they do not have any third party verification for their ratings claims but they claim that when they see us is the most popular show on net flicks every day since it debuted in the US, which would be pretty significant, considering that they have, you know, things like friends, and the office that are perpetual popular, and then HBO came out with this dubious thing that turnober was the highest rated show on HBO in its history. And they were using some IMDB ranking that purported to assess fans and critics. And I think people just kinda laughed at that big little lies. Maybe you know, I would say for sure that both of them are really well reviewed and very high impact, especially in the case of when they see us we'd seen Linda fairstein him roundly, the sex crimes in New York being hounded out of her foundation and. And other gigs. Now, the one of the prosecutors the this is have think people are finally seeing that what happened in that case through. I mean it's been the subject of documentaries. It's not news. But David Verna through the dramatization has really shown the kind of impact that entertainment can have in the real world. Yeah. And it really shows this category of limited series, and how much it's grown over the past few years. Remember, this is a category that the academy basically did away with combined it with made for TV movies, because there weren't as much of these being made as there used to be. Now there are so many limited series that this category is absolutely packed. If you look at just the Fossey Verron program on FX that got a lot of critical attention Showtime, made a lot of noise with escape Denham Maura HBO has turnober as you mentioned in sharp objects had Amy Adams and then true detective which is in this category, and is somewhat diminished from its heyday. But that, you know, had an amazing performance by. Marshall Ali in that. And that doesn't even include the George Clooney thing catch twenty two which got a lot of attention. So there's a ton of amazing limited series that are competing against each other. Yeah, I would say outstanding performance by Maharshtra Elliot's redundant at this point. Thank you, Matt, thank you. That's Matt Bellamy editorial director of the Hollywood reporter he joins me this Monday at one thirty on the business. I'm Kim masters. And this is the Hollywood breakdown KCRW sponsors include Showtime, presenting the comedy series kidding starring Jim Carey in what Rolling Stone says is the part, he was born to play more at S H, O dot com slash f y c.

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"vernay" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"vernay" Discussed on KCRW

"In one thousand nine hundred eighty nine New York City was a dangerous place. I'm from Compton. And I was like him refugee a city chaos. In the midst of that, there was an attempt for the police for law enforcement for the district attorney's office, the prosecutors all of them to be able to get a win on the board because there was just so much going along. But the win that a Vernay is talking about with the arrest and conviction of five boys for an appalling crime that they didn't commit they became a central park, five and the whole city of New York turned against them. The national press began writing about them as a wolf pack of wildly animals than they went to prison. Filmmaker eight Vernay talks about when they see us her new mini series on Netflix about the central park five that's on the New Yorker radio hour. Just ahead. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Barbara Klein investigators in Virginia Beach say the forty year old utility engineer who went on a shooting rampage at the municipal building, where he worked Friday, had given notice that he was going to quit that morning. They still haven't determined motive for the killings that left twelve people dead. And several critically wounded meanwhile, donations to help victims families are pouring in NPR Serra, mccamman says the city of Virginia Beach is working to coordinate financial and other kinds of support. The city is asking members of the community to volunteer, if they're able to offer some kind of help or support, they're trying to funnel all of that in an organized way through the city. They've created a website, where members of the unity can go fill out a form, offer help, whatever it may be, whether it's grief counseling or funeral help or other types of support that they may be able to offer. For the victims. They say there's been an outpouring of support from the community people wanting to donate money and volunteer their time to help families of the victims in any way that they can NPR Serra mccamman in Virginia Beach. The Pentagon is rejecting political interference in the US. Military is Anthony Kuhn reports acting Defense Secretary. Patrick Shanahan has had that message delivered directly to the White House. Pentagon spokesman Lieutenant Colonel job, chino said, the secretary Shanahan directed his chief of staff to inform the White House that the department of defense will not be politicized. This follows reports that the White House instructed that Japan based US seventh fleet to get the destroyer USS John McCain out of sight during visit there last week by President Trump Shanahan said he had reviewed the facts of the incident and is not planning a formal investigation into it. He also said he had spoken with the widow of the late Senator McCain about the incident he did not elaborate Anthony Kuhn, NPR news. Soul on the eve of a state visit to Britain, President Trump is waiting into the Brexit crisis as NPR's Frank Langfitt reports from London. The president says the u k should walk away from the European Union, if it can't get the deal at once rigging with political convention, as he routinely. Does Trump advise the UK not to pay the nearly fifty billion dollar divorce Bill unless Brussels meets Britain's demands, which seems highly unlikely Trump also suggested controversial Brexit party.

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"vernay" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"vernay" Discussed on The Big 98

"Picture of. It's just something that triggers in their brain sweeper vitamins, got a swift. All right now. Something in their head that helps so I have the top five places that we cry. And then I was curious if you have a spot, you go to cry and Bob, even McConnell tying a lot things. I cried Vernay Brown movie or the special credits into law land, one of my friends dogs died recently like her dog, and she was tweet, and I was reading her Instagram message crying. I don't cry in front of humans cry alone. Do you ever cry in your let me think about where cry mostly if I do I'm in my bed because I never leave my room. So I would say in my bed, but I would say. For me. It's my bed. The only place I cry because it's. Yeah. Yours is brought on by you. Things that ignites the emotion. So there's people at work like thirty four percent of people say they are at work. I'm number two at a family of vent them before. And then number one in the car. So the number one place in the car. Well, I know I said top five at four and five just ridiculous. Like who they've number five number five. That's restore what come on. Maybe this super expensive. Four walking down the street again, three work. Get work at a family number one is in the car didn't make the list, and yours is the closet closet this. I mean, that's where I escaped to go cry. But I mean, the car would be post-second for me. Music songs or you're just alone. And that's a cure one place. That's kind of why I go to the laws it to be alone. There you have it. All right. Amy that it. Yeah. That's pile. That was Amy's pile of stores..

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"vernay" Discussed on Leadership Looks Like Podcast

Leadership Looks Like Podcast

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"vernay" Discussed on Leadership Looks Like Podcast

"Amazing and i'm i moved to tears because and i think it's because gratitude journal because an i'm just making a conscious i guess in my mind but anyway so those are my things. Where do you find the time to do your writing your three pages in your gratitude journal. Well i'm not a mommy. Unfortunately i mean. I would like to be but i'm not right so that's one way So i don't have little babies to tend And i think a family would be tough if i had. I have nieces and nephews. So when i'm were there i don't do it. You know what i mean. But i do. Just try to prioritize it. And there's days when i don't do it and i just got to look at it happened okay. Nobody'll no big deal. But but i know that so in my teachings of compassion so compassion include self compassion. Which would be self care. So i know that. I can't fully meet the world with compassion if i'm not having compassion for myself so compassion for myself shows up in my meditation practice in my journal writing and my gratitude. So that's how i stay on track. And and i think too as i've become more in this teacher role it's kind of inspired me because i want to show up as the best me for the people who are coming to listen so it's helped me. I appreciate that part of it too. Yes and that it's it's for for me at least personally i love. That part of my work is well. Yeah it it's like okay. I have to show up for other. People have to set an example. If i want other people to be better leaders need to be that as well but there's also the other times when i don't wanna do anything totally you know do you. I know sometimes. I give myself a little bit of our time for that. Yeah let's easy to do isn't it. It is easy to do. Do you have a similar experience. I am you know. I definitely do and i try to. Just check in with that self compassion. You know but it's totally hard for us. In and i say oh look at that. I called the shame demons. Vernay brown i think is the one who phrase in her book daring greatly which i was an awesome book but anyway so shame demons are going check that out an ideal laghi you guys and i. It doesn't serve me. i don't need do like shames a tough one. you know. it doesn't really help us. It doesn't get us anywhere. There's nothing wrong with feeling remorse but shame as over the top and then i just Try to get myself a hug. And be like yeah. You're totally human. That how cool Yup that's what i do to just give myself a break. Yeah so this is a funny story. And i don't know it's probably it was so i'm driving to whole foods and i had just gotten off of what was it. I came in from from china. Beijing so i hadn't slept in like you know whatever twenty hours would be ridiculous. I'm totally `losely. Try to sleep that night. But i couldn't because i'm on different time clock so seriously i slept like two hours and it's been like a whole. It's been a week of time..

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"vernay" Discussed on 1A

1A

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"vernay" Discussed on 1A

"The IRS engaged in zero lobbying while it basically pouted all the bills that it path. In fact, it bragged over and over that nearly twenty percent of its bills were enacted every single year on average, and it really was engaged in extensive lobbying to push those bills forward that really is its primary purpose to put those bills or to get them into law, and I would say on this question of the task forces in going the task force meetings versus the public portions, they broadcast just take a look at Dana Millbank, call him about his invitation to his tended task force. And what happened when he was blocked because Alec doesn't want the public to see or hear the corporations voting as equals with the lawmakers on. In fact, you know, it's quite clear, you can see it in state after state can look up almost any state newspaper and see how that Alec agenda moved in those states with very little notice in many instances, very few hearings and Bill moyers actually the great documentary on it called United States of Alec which really showcase I'm how little public input. There is into the agenda. Once it becomes a priority for these corporate. Nations and for Alec another documentary that touched on Alec was thirteenth the documentary by Eva Duvernois about the nature of America's prison systems for a lot of people. The first time they heard of Alec was after the incident with Trayvon Martin in Florida after he was killed by George Zimmerman the documentary thirteenth, which is on net. Flicks touched on this topic. Here is part of what was set in thirteenth tonight a deadly shooting in Sanford police have the gun they've got the shooter, but they have not arrested him. George Zimmerman armed with a gun. Follow this quote unquote suspicious kid after the dispatcher told him not to. They ended up on the ground in a fight and George Zimmerman's shot and killed Trayvon. The police could not arrest Zimmerman because of this Florida law called stand your ground, but says you can kill someone if you feel threatened even though it was Zimmerman who had pursued Martin throughout the neighborhood with a gun clip from the Eva do Vernay documentary thirteenth now to be clear. Stand your ground is not just a law in the state of Florida other states have similar standing around policies either in their state laws or even in their jury instructions. Shelby. What's the connection between Alec and stand your ground? Why did that become a priority for the organization? Well, it didn't become a priority for the organization as I explained before one of the ways that models are introduced as that lawmakers can introduce them and a Florida lawmaker introduced it. And it went through the Alec procedure and process since then this was in twenty twelve since then, you know, Alec has a new CEO we have new in different procedures. We don't even. Focus on those issues anymore. So we don't focus on guns. We don't focus on those type of issues. So yeah, we that went through the procedure that it went through. I completely understand. I'm a minority woman from an inner city. I completely understand how people feel and how they took that. And it also broke my heart personally was about stand your ground that time that became a model policy for Alec. What was it about that that the members kind of latched onto well before my time, but what I can surmise just from what we know from public policy in history around criminal Justice. You know, let's remember a lot of this tough on crime stuff was I can remember growing up in Detroit in the nineties on a lot of this was pushed by Bill Clinton, and Hillary Clinton and Democrats and Republicans the idea that you needed to be quote, unquote, tough on crime, and since then people have through research through engaging with different ideas through data. We've learned that that's not necessarily always the best Lucien, which is why different models and policies and research has. Been done, and you've been able to get to new bipartisan changes with our criminal Justice system. Like the first step back. I want to give Lisa chance to respond to that. In just a minute..

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"vernay" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"vernay" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Actors and actresses, you know, probably rarely unless you bring your own staff or certain things, but some of them do because a lot of be bombed with certain things some as it how much. Black women are at the forefront of changing stuff like this because it was able to Vernay who believes the first ever woman to have a series produced directed by only women and then later season wanna Jessica Jones did it after able to Dave season one acquaintance sugar. But it was funny. How much the promotion for season? Wanna Jessica Jones kept mentioning women directors women directors for every episode in avonlea did that you know what I mean? And Regina does this again show be the first woman to have eighty percent of women, and you would think you would think because you know, with other POC's and diversity initiatives of stuff. You can make an argument. You know, I understand you want to be over represented. But let's be honest. You can make argument that well LGBTQ only represent blanked percentage of this. Of this. Type of person. So that makes sense that we only have twelve percent of them working in the department is not like LGBTQ people make up copulation, blah, but women do make eighty percent of our own. So there's never really an excuse that we all kinda see quote, unquote, diversity as we got thirteen percent of women here in a room with mostly men diversity because the thing about it though..

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"vernay" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"vernay" Discussed on WTVN

"That's eight six six eight four four seventy three forty four. It was more than just the Democrats assuming control in the house on Thursday. This congress has the most women it ever has and is the most racially diverse in history. There are now one hundred and two women in congress more than ever before among them, the youngest female member, New York, Democrat Alexandria, oh Cossio Cortez. Their diversity is also historic the first Muslim American congresswoman Democrats Rashida to Labe who was sworn in on Thomas Jefferson's Koran and Ilhan Omar who came to the US twenty three years ago as a refugee from Somalia ABC's Mary Bruce on Capitol Hill, despite all the talk the latest study shows women are still radically underrepresented in Hollywood jobs. Yes. In two thousand eighteen Abdu Vernay became the first black woman to direct one hundred million dollar movie with a wrinkle in time. We heard a cry out in the universe. Let women directed. Just eight percent of the top two hundred and fifty movies in two thousand eighteen down three percent from two thousand seventeen that according to a new study from San Diego states center for the study of women in television, and film, it shows that even with all the is up talk. Only one percent of films had ten or more women in key roles behind the scenes there were gains in. Writing and producing. But the study says the industry still has a long way to go. Jason Nathanson, ABC news, Hollywood, novelist. Brian. Garfield died in southern California. He wrote death wish launching that films franchise Brian Garfield was seventy nine this is ABC news. It's time.

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Ava DuVernay will direct DC's film adaptation of 'New Gods'

24 Hour News

01:18 min | 4 years ago

Ava DuVernay will direct DC's film adaptation of 'New Gods'

"To a national park in michigan over the next three years to replenish a population that's nearly died out because of inbreeding and disease the national park service says it's reached a tentative decision to bring about twenty to thirty of the wolves to i'll royal national park it'll make a final decision in thirty days after the public has reviewed a new environmental statements that endorses the plan wolves made their way to the lake superior island in the late nineteen forties since then they've played a valuable role in keeping the moose population in check and they've become a cherished symbol of the remote wilderness outpost but the wolves numbers have fallen drastically only two are believed to be alive today a wrinkle in time may have disappointed at the box office but it's director already has her next gig lined up warner brothers says eva do vernay will direct the new gods a dc comics property created by the famed comic book artist jack kirby it's an elaborate science fiction work part of kirby's fourth world saga about two warring alien planets it debuted in nineteen seventyone do vernay became the first african american woman to direct a live action movie with a budget of one hundred million dollars or more with disney's a wrinkle in time but it debuted last.

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