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"whitefish bay" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:52 min | 8 months ago

"whitefish bay" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"P walkie, which is our home office. Or in Whitefish Bay. And we also have a Florida location in Benita Springs. Which sounds really good right about now, Right? I'm your host Jill economy, and I'm the director of community outreach. So welcoming in the New year is exciting, isn't it with all our goals are resolutions or expectations? It's easy to get excited about a new beginning and all that it offers. And that's great. I for one am looking forward as I'm sure many of you are too good things to come. But given the year that we've just had With all its challenges. It's mental, emotional and physical highs and lows. We thought it might be especially helpful to talk about a topic of discussion that's becoming more and more common. Now, some might express that they've just experienced a year from hell. While others may say that 2020 although it wasn't great, it wasn't that bad either. Maybe it wasn't all bad because you got to spend extra time with your family. Or maybe you experienced just Ah little Anxiety, fear or uncertainty, but whether it's major adversity or a minor setback. Either of these scenarios can lead to mental and emotional challenges if they're not dealt with. In fact, when I was doing some research, it was interesting to find that in late June of 2020 40% Of US adults reported struggling with mental health with the most common illness being anxiety defects, 40 million adults or roughly 18% of the population. One and six Youth age 6 to 17 experience a mental health disorder each year and actually, many people suffer from more than one disorder. At a given time. In particular, depression tends to co exist with substance abuse and anxiety disorders. Depression and anxiety cost the global economy $1 trillion each year in lost productivity. Depression alone cost the nation about $210 billion annually. What about statistics closer to home? It was actually a study done that showed the prevalence of mental illness across the country in 2020, and they found that Wisconsin was number 35 of 50 states. Interesting but staggering statistics. So it's it's obviously a topic worth discussing. So let's learn about what we can do if we or loved one is struggling with some minor anxiety issues or more severe mental health disorder. My first guest today as Mary Madden, executive director from the National Alliance on Mental Illness or NAMI. Welcome to the show today, Mary. Thank you, Jill. Thank you for having me. Welcome. Actually, you participated in our radio show before telling us all the great things that you guys are doing. So thanks for coming back and joining us again. I shared a number of various statistics that are overwhelming and can actually be quite scary. We recognize that getting help yourself for offering to support to someone is an important step in changing these statistics. For the better so share with us how NAMI is helping to make this Topic of mental health, not so scary and overwhelming and maybe make it an easier conversation to have with individuals or families. Sure. Thanks again, Joe for having me today and yet, nanny. We fully believe that having a conversation about mental health should be as easy as having a conversation about a broken ankle or a sprained finger. But before we get started, I'd like to clarify some changes That happened recently, which isn't really changing the services we provide from a core level, and then I'll address some of the services that we provide more in depth. Nanny Southeast Wisconsin is a newly merged organization. And it is NAMI Walker shot an army Greater Milwaukee that came together as of January, 1st to merge and in that merge. We also picked up the territory of Jefferson County who has not had a nominee for the last couple of years. And so we're really excited about the opportunities that will present themselves for us, too. Create new programming and expand current programming to meet the needs of all three of those counties. So one organization, But yet your programs or the services that you provide are the same. Why don't you go into a little bit? What those services are Absolutely. So before I go into our specific services. I would like you to ask you, Jill and the listeners today to imagine that their loved one has started to exhibit some behaviors that are not concern. Assistant with who they are. Perhaps they used to shower every day, and now they go 03 or more days without showering and getting out of their pajamas. They're suddenly quick to become angry or seemed to be sleeping too little or too much. You tried to broach the issues with them, but that only makes him angrier. So what do you do? Who do you talk to? You have no idea what's going on. If your family who hasn't really dealt with mental health issues before. You don't really know who to call as I mentioned before, if you had If your loved one had a broken ankle, you know exactly what to do. But to call regarding mental health issues. There's a lack of understanding and knowledge about what steps to even take. Even sometimes, those who understand Steps to take our reluctant because of the stigma associated with mental health conditions, and that's really where NAMI can help..

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"whitefish bay" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"whitefish bay" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"You big pork shoulder here Portugal when I was telling a 32nd story when I was in high school and Whitefish Bay this how far back this goes, there was an H and P on silver spring drive this of my friends work and they had to join the No. Can stackers and baggers local for 20. Or whatever was and they said that if they stepped out of line with regard to doing things they weren't supposed to do. The older dudes who has been in this union 25 30 years would slap him down and hard. You don't do that. That's not yourjob. You stack this. Can you fill that bag and that it was just, he said. It was a remarkable experience to two or three guys told me in essence, the same story. So whether or not you're in a union of your Gainfully employed or not, or you're retired or whatever it might be Happy Labor Day hope that there's opportunities for you to participate in whatever festivities there might be cookouts and whatever else so, guys I'm kind of looking back at the summer, The the story of the summer, The vid got pushed off the front page by racial tensions all in the wake of Ah of George Floyd and that sort of thing, and people keep on telling us to have this uncomfortable conversation about race, So that's what we're going to do for, like the first nine or 10 minutes. Of the program. I think then one thing that really is motivating minority individuals, especially African Americans, is the notion of racial stereotyping because, frankly, and I think that a Zawisza dude, I'm first person to admit that the stereotyping of African Americans in American society those stereotypes where they exist almost universally negative. Is that kind of what's motivating this away before you answer. Interesting survey. I wish I had to the document in front of me. This was done by an East Coast University, which is also escaping me. But it s since I talked to of African Americans located in urban areas, and 80% said they felt that they were disrespected by law enforcement. They weren't treated with great respect. Just gonna factor into your answer. I don't know that it is stereotypes. I think that it's it is Treatment in some cases again, and I've got teenage Children I've had with them the talk that former President Obama said he everyone should have about. You know, this is how you interact when police officers stopped to get to that. But it's this this idea of respect, I think Is more central to it because there is a cultural difference in doing what is asked of you and doing what is told to you. There are some people, particularly on the left who see that, as you know, if I'm going to play by the rules that's not embraced. Live in Brookfield, you're expected to just do certain things. I think that culturally there is a difference, and I think that this goes back to what is at the heart of our break here is that we don't have a lot of traditional families in many of these low income neighborhoods, and one of the things that happens when you know Lyndon Johnson replaced Dad with big Papa government is that it's not just the money. Dad's a lot more than a check. Dad's the one who says Don't talk to your mother that way. Put your shoes on cleanup. You know, Mom's taken one. That's a two parent households are That the items the environment rather were values are transmitted. Yes. And so what you have is you haven't entire couple of generations of people who don't grow up with that two parents structure who grow up with this idea of you can't tell me what to do. And that translates this idea of respect, and I can't let you disrespect me. I was watching the The The documentary show Iraq several years ago, and they were talking to older gang members. And they say the problem that you have with this new bunch of at the time, it probably would have been 16 17 year olds. Now, maybe in their twenties is that they feel so disrespected that they'll go for their gun instantly that there is this this level of respect, and that's really what it comes down to..

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"whitefish bay" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"whitefish bay" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Caravan of cars near whitefish bay another group marching from Brooke field to live on the coast of police department along North Avenue the Wisconsin legislature is black caucus wants to see change and I got it in a letter to governor humors the clock is asking him to call a special legislative session to take up criminal justice measures of what changed police policy the journal Sentinel's volley back says the caucus wants legislation that'll hold law enforcement in prosecuting attorneys responsible for their actions regarding any police misconduct it is a day of mourning in Houston is George Floyd is eulogized he'll be laid to rest outside of his home town his death at the hands of Minneapolis police spotting those nationwide protests and calls for change at police departments Republican representative Jim Steineke he tells WTMJ defunding police department is not the answer talking about increasing investment into training you know that's something I think can be take a look at or adding additional resources for more mental health professionals who work with the police I think that's reasonable meanwhile state senator rob works wants Wisconsin to pay for body cameras for all county and municipal law enforcement I think it's good for a police officer and for the person involved in the incident WTMJ news and the positive percentage of called in nineteen cases in the badger state falling below two percent for the first time in months as Milwaukee county pushes to reopen there is new guidance being issued I'll be implementing a universal facemask policy at all county facilities does not include the airport or buses though it is strongly encouraged and changes are coming to state campgrounds which will open up again starting tomorrow restrictions again in place to ensure social distancing our secretary pressing calls as that includes reserving sites before you arrive other facilities like towers shelters and playgrounds will remain closed sports traffic and weather are next level the TMJ news time coming up on eight ten amazed at the generosity of our donors monetary and physical donations that help to reopen our stores and help that helps so many families that really have needed it during a difficult time in.

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"whitefish bay" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

The Mark Belling Show

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"whitefish bay" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"So, yeah, we're good to allow hundreds of people to pack together on the street, said March arm in arm and arm, and this that and the other thing I. Don't know why. You can't go to a county fair. I don't know why you can't go to a ballgame I. Don't know why you still can go into a restaurant anyway. There's two more areas that I want to develop other line of thought and we'll do that when we come back in a moment for fifty five news time eleven thirty W. it's time for traffic. One of those protests marches as making its way along sixth street near National Avenue, so sheriff's deputies are closing the forty three ninety four north and southbound off-ramps to national at this point. If you see traffic problems call the. I've noted that there's been very little on the south side. It's mostly baby, but you're saying this one's going to go up national. believe they're heading along sixth street north. What they what? They've been doing the last couple of days of starting on South side, but then they had into downtown. They don't stay through an out moving through the south side and do it as they have the east side and elsewhere, and yeah, they seem to join up with whatever else is going on, and then they. yet like yesterday they went to the police headquarters building, and then from there it seemed to move the police headquarters building where it all sort of you know started to come to a head, and so on then there was the later at the or form and so odd, but there's been very little of this that has gone into the south side. In stayed there all night in. It's been either suburbs or this this pattern of the last two nights I mean they took the exact same route. Yeah! The last two nights I made it was. If you're bothered and ensure Whitefish Bay on Monday night you were bothered white for span shorewood at on Tuesday night, and as I said the situation last night was larger once it dawned on people..

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"whitefish bay" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

The Mark Belling Show

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"whitefish bay" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"As I say the time people react more strongly to that. They see and for that matter here. That what they're just, they just know about. You see something that has a stronger impact on it then. If you merely read about it or you're told about it. It's the way we are. One of the things that I've noted is. The rather high number of people who have no clue as to how giant. These demonstrations have been in Milwaukee for the last several days because some people haven't actually seen some of it in part, because so many of so much of it is occurring very very late at night. But then when people do see it, they have a very very different reaction and. Are Alarmed. There's a reason why. More people are freaked out. In Whitefish Bay that in new Berlet. Because Whitefish Bay has been under siege for the last couple of nights. It's a weird kind of siege. But I don't know what else he would call. Five hundred cars roaring through your neighborhood at one thirty in the morning, honking their horns with people driving on the sidewalks, and driving on the grass and people yelling and screaming and so on and nobody doing anything to stop it. Now what you see that when you look out your window and you say it. Or if you're watching it on the Internet late at night. You can have a stronger reaction if you simply heard that happened or when told that had happened you well, it can't have been bad. It becomes a harder thing to register when you see it, you have a strong reaction to the point that I make is when you see things that you see how they're playing you better. Instead of well, this is gonNA. Play out, start learning and understanding what it's happening here. There is a flaw. With people and their reactions to. Having much stronger impressions of the things that they say than the things that they may. Know about, but don't say. And that is because you don't see something. You come to the impression that it isn't actually happening. Now we're beginning to get where I'm going on the topic..

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"whitefish bay" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

12:08 min | 1 year ago

"whitefish bay" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Apartments that were doing assistance when I was viewing the police guys that were off to the side I saw several different jurisdictions on the island sides of the squad cars including whitefish bay they've got a decision to make and they've got to make it on the fly it's past midnight and you've got about a thousand protesters at a couple other cars behind him in there make it an incredible racket and they want to continue their March do you let them go north do you let them go west you you say you're you're just gonna have to disperse he turned around to go back somewhere else or do you let them go through they let him go through I remember the whole time this is going on the blackrock still flying overhead and it's make it an incredible racket if you're wondering why the black caucus flying overhead and why the international guard blackrock if you wonder why they're using the Black Hawk helicopter I can't give you any official information here because nobody's allowed to try to say anything about what the strategy is but I can tell you I know what it is but using a helicopter to try to see from above where these pockets of other activity occur one of the problems that we've been happening through these first protest is the protest goes out all of a sudden you'll see five blocks away somebody else doing something somewhere else but the only way you can see that is from above so the helicopter is keeping an eye on is something branching off over here what's going on over there so that the office is going to be they can deploy it law enforcement to the places where there may be trouble going out but anyway the helicopter makes a racket so they're making a racket of the protesters that make it an incredible racket and it's past midnight and I were heading north even farther now I'm priced on Oakland rather through shore would end there's a strip of about four or five blocks for this is like the shore would commercial area there's a few grocery stores and a few buyers all of course close job what is under under a curfew and once you get north of that it's all residential I don't know the exact numbers but I would say about forty four hundred or so north it becomes residential and gradually as you continue farther north you go into whitefish bay they go through all of this to create all the hullabaloo and now and I'm sure those of you who live in that area probably heard it it's not about one o'clock in the morning as they hit the whitefish bay border still going north I'm no longer watching this and some of this is now reconstructed based on finding out what occurred partially because there was a fair amount of media coverage channel six at a reported that was doing the entire March I can guarantee you that that reporter is relatively young they always talk about how these reporters back I don't care what the reporter I how do you like to be the guy like in the camera is this a law I could remember this started at nine o'clock at night the perfect night is supposed to be marching in the middle of the night but they're now heading into whitefish bay this is the part of whitefish bay kind of Hampton and then it's still eight blocks farther north to get all the way to Silver Spring and remember this moves slowly because they have to fit into the city streets there's cars that again jumped the curb and the sidewalk but there's incredible police presence sliding this entire road now that they're in whitefish bay this is the north shore it may be lefty but they don't like a lot of commotion but they don't do anything to stop them again if your the law enforcement officers here do you allow this to just continue in the middle of the night with all the racket going on everybody community about who's in or curfew or not they allowed it to continue it goes all the way up to Silver Spring they then hawk and take a left and start heading west to go all the way over toward bay shore this again takes for Albert Seoul in Silver Spring he has a rather commercial street is a few residential line up of commercial street between Silver Spring between you know the east stand which is weather coming up up off of your following throughout Oakland and heading over to essentially we're bay shores it's almost all commercial but there's a residential nearby they make the entire right on this and then start heading south on on port road they got all the way to port Washington road in capital which is another sixteen blocks further south and it's now three o'clock in the morning and that's where the police obstructed them and said this is enough you have to disperse and they did not I suspect there is accommodation here I would be a three o'clock in the morning of the protesters have no there's no endgame this I predict there's no strategy involved in the March there's no specific destination that they have and they're probably all completely tired of the people to walk up to the beginning there but walking for six out and I get some people chided in the middle of this of the cards that are driving like they're coming in and out and so on but they finally disperse them and that was the end of that so you've got this situation that went on for six hours across the state I could cut it with the helicopter flight all over the area you've got these protesters that are marching starting in downtown Milwaukee they work their way through the middle of the north shore and then loop all the way back and finally a capital that they get capital port they say there's no more March you're going to disperse and people pretty much dead I don't know how they all phone cards are found rides and got back to where they were go ahead but that was the end of that if this is going to continue every data we've got spectacular weather in sept maybe even dangerously warm weather if you're concerned about violence for the next number of days if this is going to continue at night through all of these neighborhoods there's going to have to be a decision made by somebody yet again almost all of the stuff is occurring in Milwaukee county of how long you're going to allow these disturbances that go on through residential neighborhoods and by and large my experience with marches like this isn't the first time somebody sees one through a neighborhood of their own that they're not used to it like say shorter it or wait please stay it's kind of neat when it goes on two or three or four nights in a row it's something else altogether now if there's a March tonight or a second set of March and so on I don't know what direction it's going to be what I want to make clear that yes these things are reacted to differently when they occur in areas that are not used to them as opposed to say let's go over to district five let's go over to district seven when they go to the police stations of the understudy a Kerry out of a bit of a night forever and ever and ever that's happened in those communities for a long time and I don't think the residents like them but they're at least used to it people are not used to what is some of the places that are occurring so the final question is this if you could all answered for yourself because I think it's a tough call there's a curfew in place everybody else is following the curfew I don't know if I mentioned that in my description here but you know again I live in Milwaukee there was nobody out other than these people that are marching the cars are off the streets this is why there's the joy riding the clothes on and that's a separate thing that happens all through this people are driving at fifty sixty seventy eighty miles an hour through city streets drive it around like crazy running stop lights and usually that not like one or two cars usually fifty to seventy five together because they know that the police are powerless to do anything about it the police are all else whether all gathered for all the protesters I said that's all going on but other than that there's nobody on the streets because everybody soldering the curfew add a lot of people don't want to be on the streets if there is some sort of violence they don't want to be in the middle of it everything's closed all the stores are closer I don't bite so but there's nothing that's open the only people out our nurses getting off of duty and other people have to work late we have to get all the buses are running everything else is as I said shut out so the curfew that's it been put in place is a curfew that was set up to supposedly keep the order but the only people violating the curfew are the people who are not keeping the order Salt are we going to start enforcing curfews are we going to give them up and not have it anymore clearly there's this decision that's been made that estimate what you please well you know we're arresting people yeah they're arresting people other than the people that actually taking part in the organized protests and you could all decide this for yourself are you making matters worse by grabbing people up and starting to you know antagonize everybody said you got to follow the rules but it sure is interesting how this is altered a few weeks ago the people that were demanding that the police enforce all the rules and enforce the lactones with liberals they were the ones that were hacked off that people wanted to go to church they were hacked off the people wanted to go to a restaurant they were hacked off the people were visiting their friends it was liberals that were demanding all of these crackdowns are these draconian rules in society suddenly we don't have curfews in place which is another draconian rule that a cracked out a lock down and the people that are violating them are liberals and they're singing out of apparently a different handle here with regard to whether or not it's going to be enforced and the same law enforcement agencies that were so zealous with regard to the one I now apparently timid and don't want to respond to the other and I get I get why that is they're all concerned about making everything worse than inflating everything and in the case of the demonstration last night since it was peaceful there was a desire apparently not to let it turn into something else which they feared it what a bad head they're bad a bunch of arrests it's four forty four new stock eleven thirty WISN it's time for rapid traffic crash seven ninety four the Black Hawk last later you too far west yeah I did not hear hard to tell how far the noise travels on that thing but it was it was using a spotlight a portion of the time because they say they were trying to see what was going on in other places but I mean those are I have no idea if they calculate that power for helicopters in horsepower or not but Blackhawks are big Milik this is these are not these little measly traffic copters that the TV TV stations run this is a military helicopter it yeah it was it's a big thing up there and what is the color black is that the manufacturer I don't even know the model number it's a model number model name and who makes it do you know Sandusky I don't know that I should probably go rather than death I could easily enough look that up everybody knows where the name comes from because of them the movie they probably have the Google working right now yeah sure it is the course of that so I said I was right about that of course why would it have to be Sikorsky why would that a pop into my head unless it was Sikorsky why would I say black big black **** made circa Sikorsky Black Hawk and less they get other white why would that ever committed by so your first instinct on things is usually the best what all right what you're going to the trap crashes clear now the way seven ninety four eastbound at second street that the left lane closed for a long time so delays just working themselves out between the Marquette and second from the Lynch GM so what would you do if at one thirty or two o'clock in the morning thousand people were marching through whitefish bay and making a racket and cars are blowing their horns and just let him do it we just do something to stop it oh you mean is it like a police job or something as I said it is not an easy call no I mean you got to read the crowd and see if you can they were peaceful yeah very loud but it you know it that's awesome but if the head of the line and say Hey you know we got a we got a break this out they weren't going to do that yeah they did they as a three as I said three o'clock in the morning I just think it got to the point where maybe the people at the March for glad that somebody stop it I I will give them this for people that have no apparent idea of what it is that they're trying to accomplish they did March for six hours I am the router one I'm sure some people joy did and some didn't at the point by the way the weenies are the ones that are in the.

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"whitefish bay" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"whitefish bay" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"This area Milwaukee becomes Shorewood Shorewood save very liberal community but one that has very high property values a lot of big houses and I think the best way to describe show what is it that it's quiet that's what it's like the lefties at all what the hell of the city they are all there all that sure what there is a police light established and was the night before in short what it wants the protesters got to thirty thirty five hundred dollars which is about the shore would lied there's a lot of police officers on the side but there are a lot with them this time to continue to move forward and as I said everything about this protest so far was peaceful so they made the decision to allow them to keep moving forward in the content or north north north north takes forever and ever and ever and they get to the big intersection the big intersection in shore what is where Oakland Avenue and capital drive meet and the police blocked up they're also blocking their blocking them from continuing further north into shore wide and they're also blocking them from going west on Capitol all right we're now past midnight so now they stop for the while they divine a horn honking and shouting and somewhat and the police had a decision to make it this is what I wanted to put you in the other guy's shoes another police involved here obviously this is going to be short would police and probably a lot of other north shore apartments that were doing assistance when I was viewing the police guys that were off to the side I saw several different jurisdictions on the island sides of the squad cars including whitefish bay.

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"whitefish bay" Discussed on The Steve Czaban Show

The Steve Czaban Show

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"whitefish bay" Discussed on The Steve Czaban Show

"Whitefish Bay native and he's got a new project where he's seeking out people's memories of good old. County Stadium. And! We'll talk to him about that project and maybe flush a few good memories out of your childhood teenage years, etc, you can text demand at four, one, four, seven, nine, nine, one, nine, seven three. Your funnest memories of the old ballpark will talk to Jim next hour plus Air Nagla will talk some packers with us as well. Don't go away. States yet..

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Created during Spanish flu, jingle dress dance now helping First Nations people cope with COVID-19

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10:42 min | 1 year ago

Created during Spanish flu, jingle dress dance now helping First Nations people cope with COVID-19

"The cove in nineteen pandemic women and girls across north. America have been posting videos of themselves performing the jingle dress. Dance it's a dance. It has historical ties to another pandemic from one hundred years ago way. People in the United States and Canada tell a similar story about the origins of the jingle dance tradition. They cite a young girl being very sick her father after having a vision about a special dress and dance associated with it gate. The little girl that dress. She began dancing in the new jingle dress and survived that was University of Minnesota professor. Brenda Child on the origin story of the Jingle Dress. Dance Brenda is a member of the Red Lake. Agip way reservation in Minnesota and she's been doing some research into the history of the jingle dress. She joins me from Minneapolis to tell us what she discovered. Welcome Brenda thank you so much. What did you find? Was the origin of the Jingle dress. Dance or I was really surprised when I started doing the research. I couldn't find a single photograph of what you would call. Jingle dress before Circa nineteen twenty in the United States or Canada. And I thought. Wow you know as a historian. It occurred to me that something very big had happened. That created this new healing tradition a century ago so when I started doing further work into it. It seems that it was the big flu. Epidemic of Nineteen nineteen very similar in some ways to the global pandemic were experiencing today. And so the story whether it's told in Whitefish Bay Ontario or central Minnesota on them lacks reservation. Both of them name a little girl as being the first jingle dress dancer and the girl was actually survivor of the global pandemic of a century ago And there was something else going on at the time as well as this Influenza pandemic there was there is this law. I guess outlawing I indigenous a spiritual holiday so that really added to to the power of the dress right. Yeah it was. I like to say that the jingle dress dance was a radical tradition from its origins because in the context of the United States the Indian office in Washington had outlawed ritualistic dancing on reservations in this kind of infamous dance order of one thousand nine hundred twenty one but it is true that the jingle dress dance emerged during a moment when these kinds of traditions were being suppressed on reservation communities and so in that sense the jingle dress dance was sort a radical tradition from its beginning very cool. Is there a history of new? Data's being created out of Specific need or issue that needs to be addressed in our communities. Well I mean I think we have a tradition of new dances being created. But this is the first dance. I traced to a kind of global epidemic. And what's interesting to me? Is Most of US know that Indian tribes in North America? Ever since the coming of Europeans experienced many different kinds of epidemics and pandemics and smallpox and what the jingle dress dance sort of shows me is maybe this was a way that native people had of coping with these earlier generations of epidemic says. Well how is the jingle dress itself connected to healing? I think most native people know that the jingles themselves argued with kind of healing power. Ojibway people think of spiritual power as being passed through the air and so sound is very important in that world view. And so if you've ever been to a powwow and you've had the wonderful experience of listening to many Jingle dress dancers dancing together you know. It's a really interesting sound in that it's a tinkling sound. But some people have described it as almost being like a summer rain or or voting sounds of a rainfall what we learned this past year. My students and I at the University of Minnesota were putting together an exhibit for the Malek's Indian Museum thinking about it being the hundredth anniversary of the Jingle Dress. Dance tradition and we had an opportunity to look at dresses through the decades and so from the Twenties Thirties forties fifties and more recent years. And what we found. Is that the jingles over the years. Where made of different materials we often think of. The Classic Copenhagen Snuff Can Lid and that has been a consistent material that our people have used to make jingles but we also saw dresses with Prince Albert tobacco cans. We also saw dresses made from baking soda cans early. So yeah so people. American Indian women and women in particular have been very creative. We had one early Dakota dress. That had a jacket. Both of them with jingles and the skirt and jacket were made of drapery fabric. Wow it sounds like a jingle dressed dancers were kind of contemporary in that they were able to go with the styles of the time they did and in fact some of my favorite dresses are the first ones from the collections at the Minnesota Historical Society. They're often black kind of Slim dresses that resemble the flapper dresses of the Nineteen Seventies. And so it's surprising. And that's sort of one of the things. We wanted to show with the exhibit that in many ways. The Jingle dress dance evolved through the decades. There isn't one consistent style but the jingles are what they all have in common a lot of the dresses from the thirties and forties. We found had long zinc zippers. Up The side showing that they were probably purchased in department stores. When you and then we're embellished later with jingles and that's something that may be would surprise some of us who always say you know you have to make your own jingle dress or you have to have it made for you. Because in the nineteen thirties and forties women sometimes purchase them and added the jingles. Later I imagine many people think that Powell dancing has been around for hundreds of years. But as you say the jingle dress dance and the dress itself is relatively new. How do people respond when when you tell them that? I like to talk about that idea very much. Because many people can only see indigenous people as historic people. I know we have that problem in the United States where sort of viewed as always in terms of the past and so with the Jingle dress even though the Powell tradition is older than the jingle dress dance shows me. Is that native people and Ojibway people here in the Great Lakes were part of the making of the modern world. And who would've thought one hundred years ago a century ago that this global epidemic that people experienced all over the world would go into the remote communities of the Great Lakes and be very devastating and that women would respond to that epidemic. By you know I always say it's like applying. Sav to wounds that they were able to kind of create this new tradition. That is still with us. A century later. Wow now you mentioned earlier that you helped curate and exhibit at the Mill Lack indie museum in Ohio which took a look at the history of the Jingle Dress and was organized for the one hundredth anniversary of this dance. What kinds of dresses did you have contributed to this exhibit from some some of the you know the the dancers out there well. It was really fun because we started the exhibit with the idea that we were going to bring historic dresses so that the community could kind of look at what I mentioned earlier. The how the dresses evolved over the decades but then what we also found is there almost became like a second exhibit because women wanted to bring their own shingle dress into the exhibit as well and. I think the one that is photographed. Most often is one where it belongs to Vanessa. Northrop from the fond laco devoid community in Minnesota and she turned her police uniform into a jingle dress. And that's a very powerful dress When people see it another favorite is the one I mentioned made out the Baking Soda. Can lintz and that was from our spiritual leader from Kind of central Minnesota and Wisconsin. His name is Lee Staples and he asked if we would like to have his mother's dress which he's still had Lee himself is in his seventies so he brought in his mother's very beautiful dress and we that to the exhibit as well. Just a beautiful sight to see yeah. The exhibit is called the BOSCA. Uganda good day. The Jingle dress at one hundred and as I said it will be having another season. Hopefully when the museum reopened again later this spring it. It will be there for the summer months as well. Now you may have noticed over the last couple of weeks. We've seen women and girls posting videos of themselves dancing Jingle online in response to cove nineteen how does it make you feel to see indigenous people turning back to the Jingle dress dance as a dentist healing? Well it makes me feel great. It makes me very happy to think that another generation as being inspired by this tradition. You may have noticed early last summer that Google had doodle in the middle of June about the jingle dress dance and it was the first time that Google had commissioned a native artist to make a doodle and I thought that was a very interesting thing to happen in the last year too. 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"whitefish bay" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"whitefish bay" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Center on the jury has found a whitefish bay man guilty of shooting and killing Tracy Smith a mother who is teaching her son how to drive in August of two thousand and nineteen according to TMJ four news Matthew Wilkes was found guilty on one count of first degree intentional homicide and one count of possession of a firearm by a felon he now faces up to life in prison and twenty five thousand dollars in fines many neighbors and community members are looking for answers this morning after the FBI executed several search and arrest warrants on Milwaukee's north side yesterday areas included were fifteenth and Berlei thirty ninth and Berlei forty first in chambers can Korea and our F. B. I. U. S. attorney and Milwaukee police chief will speak at a press conference today a man is facing charges after striking a utility worker in downtown Milwaukee and forcing the amputation of both of his legs court documents charge Antonio and senior with two counts of injury by an intoxicated use of vehicle with great bodily harm and one count of knowingly operating a motor vehicle while revoked TMJ four news time variant once under arrest into not drinking any alcohol but admitted to smoking marijuana later test showed a blood alcohol level of point one seven and document see an open bottle of vodka and marijuana was found in the car documents also say that once had recently been convicted of an O. W. I. and was required to have an ignition interlock device which they say was not installed in his vehicle the victim remains in a medically induced coma the corona virus is now reported in more than thirty countries and that's got some people worried about upcoming vacations their computers and they determined to hell's Wisconsin's morning news will have a better idea about travel concerns at a couple of weeks in the next six to eight weeks probably that's when we're going to see what's going to happen right now the airlines are trying to juggle you know travel with jitters about international travel so far we're we're seeing a pretty good demands determined says if you're traveling out of the country go to CDC dot gov or travel dot state dot gov for information they met their WTMJ news speaking of coronavirus the university of Wisconsin Milwaukee is now shutting down its study abroad program for South Korea in light of the corona virus outbreak according to the university they are actively working to get to students on planes back to the United States and have them placed in classes on campus the CDC says over two thousand four hundred people have died from the virus majority of them being in China however South Korea now has over nine hundred and seventy confirmed cases as well you W. M. Zilber school of public health will hold a panel discussion today from four thirty to six thirty to discuss the virus the event is open to the public and free your W. T. M. J. five day forecast today mostly cloudy and windy high of thirty two degrees those winds could reach up to thirty miles per hour tomorrow on Thursday partly cloudy breezy and cold.

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"whitefish bay" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"whitefish bay" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Player in the state as they say Baldwin might be better for Hamilton the one point I'd say about this is I would just love to W. why a get rid of these divisions add to something the group teams on the basis of straight if the three best teams in the state are indeed Brookfield central maybe the four best teams Redfield central Sussex Hamilton Nicolay insane Catherine's and only two of you get to play each other in the same division in the state tournament is screwed up I'd love to have some event for the best teams could play one another get these kids to be able to square off it especially division one and two I mean the enrollment could be just twenty kids difference and it throws one school and of the especially in the sport of basketball you've got a lot of talented players who may want to go same issue occurred so many years of whitefish bay Dominican when they had the super cute was filled with the vision one players and that would beat the snot out of everybody a division for when they were clearly a one or two caliber team well we come back I broke one of my vows over the weekend Paul I thought I would never again paper a paper view match Burke for professional boxing the seventy nine ninety no one's eighty or seventy nine ninety five interesting you knew exactly how much it was that means you consider to decided that there was no way for it there has been more hype they're calling it the fight of the century in boxing which actually is accurate because the centuries only twenty years old and it's not like the last one hundred years but of this century secondly there have been no good box just let the last twenty years that there I'd be Deontay Wilder fought Tyson fury they actually fought one time before but they fought to a draw so both of them are unbeaten ad I've seen enough of both of them to know that they're both spectacular fighters I went to the box game Saturday night looked at my watch it's ten o'clock I knew that they hadn't started yet so I bought there's a story to tell what what Paul wants to know if it's worth it I will share a story and you get a chance here's something that happened at that fight in about six o'clock news talk eleven thirty WISN it's time for rapid traffic.

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"whitefish bay" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

Fat-bike Radio

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"whitefish bay" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

"Coming out with an I-. PA You see bird. I know you're there seabiscuit. Seabird Tap Peruzzi Burger. I guess I thank Captain Fred actually on a boat at some point captain and I guess he had some issue when he landed on the shores of Whitefish Bay and said as you said. Screw this seafaring shit. I'M GONNA OPEN UP SO I. Yeah that's the that's the. JK cliffnote they. They were responsible in part for making Whitefish Bay like Amusement Park Day trip. Kind of thing from downtown. I guess back in the eighteen forty eight before bicycles and whatnot. It would take a half a day to get there by horse right by Horse Augie. and Are you by chance. Listen to squid today. Part of it did I understand that Wa- burgers is going to have a WNYC Burger and that's why Mark Wahlberg is doing a plug for WNYC right now on the on the Hayden catch that part W MSI dot org the best radio station and our website to listen to said station on the entire history of this especially especially and if they get a wall burger noon to three Thursday's the Vaughn's final Brady indeed quite possibly degraded three hours of music every week ever. That was I had that shirt overseas as well and our little guidance Avi he loved Uh Fascination with serial killers and cannibal killers and being. I am keen so we had a lot to talk about. And I had the T shirt dark by adding club so he was a little bit taken aback. Did you swap shirts with him. No no but he just kept sitting. Do not eat me it was just odd cannibal killers. It's probably a bad name already right. I'm.

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"whitefish bay" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"whitefish bay" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"From Olson's outdoor power is here along with heather which show in that Kamal ski there from Briggs and Stratton Christy represents what city snapper Ferris and snapper pro and we've got some questions coming in already and the acting of mortgage talk and tax line let's see hello one question this is from Jerry in whitefish bay he wants to know what's the best height to leave the grass for the winter should be short or long you wanna go longer you don't has go scalp unit I would tell you to cut it at probably for right now get a nice even even cut and then when it goes dormant it'll come back nation sick on next year soul and it is hard this time a year like we're talking about with the leaves trying to you know get them picked up and out of the way in and get a decent Cup but I'll let it dry out a little bit and I would go to for would be that high I and then there's another question here and I'm not sure what they're talking about it but they want to know would using modak work to spread the snow blower shoots SO snow doesn't stack and I'm not sure what mode I'm not sure what motive is either you can go go your way Santa Claus and grabbed the bottle of Pam spray your you're shooting your honor system of it helps the snow slide off of it I do that and you know and like now and then I'll do it usually midway through the the winter on it snow jet is another product that is used to spray on your shoots with yeah it is like W. diesel or you okay to do some W. yeah it is messing WD forty actually does grab like I know we don't get a lot of dirt in a in winter time but just okay Pam and then it'll work all right let's let's go to some phone calls on the accident mortgage talking text one four one four seven nine nine one six twenty is open and Richard in New Berlin what's your question on the fix it show my question is with the GNU snowboards and the old school boards that are on the market.

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"whitefish bay" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"whitefish bay" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Bank building for also in the village of whitefish bay in the equitable Bank building, which is right across for Winky's. And now we're able to service our clients in bunny springs, Florida. And we would just ask you, if you're right near neighborhood, please stop in and say hi if you'd like more information you can always go to Ellen. Becker dot com, there you can see pictures of our office and the people who are here that will work with you, and we always welcome. People to stop in my guest today is Laurie Kuhnen. And she is the founder of living my legacy. And if you've been listening to our radio show over these past twenty nine years, you know, that one of the things that are most important, of course, is that we want to help people to create wealth, but creating wealth is just one part of it passing wealth to your children into your beneficiaries and really deciding what's important to you. How do you leave a legacy? And so often, we think of money is the only legacy but there's so many, there's so much more to it. And as the head, I guess, of my family is my, my kids would say, to me, and head of my company, and I sit down all the time, and I wonder how am I gonna pass my values? How are we going to help my grandchildren to really understand the importance of why started the company and what it means? To me, and I always say that I hope that my children. Do not need money to pay their utility bills. But that the money that I'm gonna pass to them. We'll be used for other things such as philanthropy, which I'm very volved in education and mostly, I guess for experiences. And so the question then becomes how do you do that? I mean, how do you actually set up a plan to pass that type of a legacy? And do you wait until maybe you sell your company or you have inherited wealth? Or is that something that you could do a long your, your life as you're thinking about your children, because the one thing that I do know for sure is that I always plan that I tell my kids, I'm gonna live to be one hundred but I don't know if that will happen. And so, you really have to plan that maybe something could happen tomorrow. So sometimes people say, well, I got plenty of time when I go. Wow. They've got a crystal ball that I don't have. And so my guest today. Lord is Laurie is going to help us take a look at leadership and family and how to. Create family strength and continuity, with what you've created, and with that we'll be right back Memorial.

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"whitefish bay" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"whitefish bay" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Family in whitefish bay traveling with the bucks in Toronto jammer here. WTMJ news, cure other row with the bucks this bothered by veto dealers. The WTMJ forecast for today. Windy with some showers and thunderstorms expected throughout the day, a high of seventy two for your Monday, Partly cloudy and calming down a high of sixty for Tuesday chance for scattered showers, otherwise mostly cloudy and cooler temperatures, a high of fifty four. Sports brewers. Fall to the Braves four to three in ten innings on Saturday night. That's concludes tonight in our coverage, get started right here on WTMJ at eleven forty five and the bucks to wins away from the NBA finals, but they have to get through Toronto. I and coverage of game three on WTMJ starts tonight with bucks. Tip off immediately. Following brewers coverage. I'm Greg hill, NewsRadio WTMJ. Now it's Red Eye Radio. Gary McNamara and Eric Harley talk about everything from politics to social issues and news of the day, whether Europe lead or just starting your day, welcome to the show from pilot flying j studios. This is Red Eye Radio. All across America. Eight six six ninety redeye he is air Carleen. I'm Gary McNamara. Thanks so much for being here this morning in the news today. Lots and lots of coverage yesterday on the abortion Bill in or should we say the non abortion, Bill in the state of Alabama that the, the governor signed the proponents of the of the actual legislations, and it doesn't go into effect for six months. No, it's going to go straight. With court battle. In fact, they say they framed it to go to a court battle. It's interesting because, you know what I been around. Since the beginning of the, you know, the,.

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"whitefish bay" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"whitefish bay" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"I want to revisit he story. We talked about about a month ago. My basic premise is this. If you buy something you own it, and as a general rule, I don't think government should be telling you what you can do with it. Here's the story. Whitefish bay wonderful community. I lived in whitefish bay for about thirty years. So I I love whitefish bay, and I actually found city hall to be relatively easy to deal with some people might disagree. But I never had any problems. They have this ordinance. Well, let me just be direct about what's going on. Here. Got a really rich guy who owns a house on lake drive. Right. He's got an offer to buy his property. He wants to sell his house. What he's done is. He's bought the house next door to his right? It's this big old house that was built by a famous architect. It was built in nineteen twenty eight it's on whitefish Bay's historic registry. All right. So this is the house next door to his he buys the house. The problem is that the house is in pretty much disrepair to house has mold. It has all sorts of structural issues to it it needs new, wiring, etc. Etc. You probably have to put over a million bucks in it. Just the kind of renovated and even if you do that you've got an older house. Plus the way it's situated on the house. It situated wrong. So you don't get much review of the lake position. The house one way you've got the massive use of the lake that's not the way the houses position. So he buys the house. He wants to tear down the house, and what he wants to do is he wants to tear down the house, and he wants to build a modern house that he can live in on that spot. Whitefish bay has this ordinance which says that you can't tear down this house unless you have made good faith efforts to try to sell the house to someone who is willing to either restore or relocate the structure, and the estimates are it'd be to to do that to relocate the thing it would take about two point nine million dollars. Well, nobody's going to do that. Restoring it again, nobody leaves his position is nobody's going to restore this because it's going to take it for all you'd have to put into to restore this to get this old house into a place that you wanna live in it would be millions of dollars. And then even so it's the house isn't in the right place on the property. So nobody's going to do that. So he wants to tear it down last week, the whitefish bay village board said, Nope. We don't believe you've made a good faith effort to try to find a buyer. So we're not gonna let you tear down this house. All right hour, number four one four seven nine nine one six twenty that is the accurate mortgage, talk and text line. Now, I don't want to talk about the board's decision as to whether he made a good faith effort to find a buyer or not I want to talk more about the overall concept of if you buy a property, should you be able to do what you want with it. Now. This ordinance is on the books, and you can make an. Argument again that you know, he shouldn't have bought this property, you know, knowing that they could tell him. No that he wouldn't be able to do what he wanted to do with it. So I mean, I understand the ordinances there, and I'm not necessarily sympathetic with the guy because if it was me, I wouldn't have sunk all this money into buying the place unless I was sure that I'd be able to do what I wanted to do. But that's not to me. The most interesting story. The interesting question is all right should local government be telling you if you've purchased a property that you can't tear it down four one four seven nine nine one six twenty. That's the accurate mortgage talk and text line. Now, the local government clearly you've got zoning rules. You've got construction rules..

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"whitefish bay" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"whitefish bay" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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"whitefish bay" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"whitefish bay" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Of whitefish bay in the equitable Bank, building right across the street from Winky's feel free to check out our web page at WWW dot Albuquerque dot com. If you really liked today show when you wanna learn more, you can get a copy of the podcast online. You can also see our, newsletters, we present four newsletters to the community and our clients each year, and they are filled with a lot of different information on not only financial topics, but also no life enrichment topics like we're learning about today and senior living, and so my guess today is making Davis and we've had a nice opportunity to talk about. About what life enrichment means. I'm her job is the director of life enrichment with Capri communities. So she's an expert on the topic and has been sharing with us quite a bit about social engagement. And why social engagement is important in the flip side of that is why 'isolation is so damaging to seniors. And then we've talked a little bit about kind of what to look for in different communities. Capri senior communities has provided housing options for seniors in southeastern Wisconsin. They have I believe more than a dozen locations in this area. And so they're they really are the experts in developing programming for seniors and offering you know, to help seniors go all the way from independent living through assisted living and on to memory care. And we have an article in our next newsletter that they have contributed to called purposeful living, and that's really what we're. Talking today because senior communities really are opened up now for such a wide array of individuals. You don't have to be ninety to go into a senior living facility, and we're working with our clients quite a bit on identifying what retirement looks like. And so that's different for everybody. And, you know, Megan I'd like you to take an opportunity and have an opportunity to share with our listeners a little bit more about some of the programming that Capri offers, and then how our listeners can learn more. If they if they want more information, sure. You know, we talk about senior housing, and for me, it's more than just that housing piece..

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George H.W. Bush arrives in Maine for summer

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

01:15 min | 3 years ago

George H.W. Bush arrives in Maine for summer

"Begins and milwaukee's river west neighborhood over the weekend police say thieves hit up vice cars on booth street then smashed the windows of at least six more those coming on the heels of whitefish bay in shorewood police encouraging people there to remove valuables into wok their doors after a dozen or so vehicle break ins in the past week the president demanding answers from the justice department after reports that an alleged informant was sent to spy on the two thousand sixteen campaigns today president trump is expected to officially follow through on his stunning order tweeting i hereby demand that the department of justice look into whether or not the fbi doj infiltrated or savell the trump campaign for political purposes sunday the justice department said it would investigate deputy attorney general rod rosenstein sane and a statement quote if anyone did infiltrate or savell participants and our presidential campaign for inappropriate purposes we need to know about it and take appropriate action kenneth moton abc news washington north korea displays the closure of its nuclear test site this week foreign journalists will be allowed to a journey deep into the country's mountains to witness it the closing on mount mandera much taty display of goodwill before leader kim jong un's planes summit with president trump next month the closure will also mark an end to the world's last active underground testing site sconsin native in marquette graduate will be in court in washington dc today bryce benson was commander of the navy's uss fitzgerald when it crashed last summer near japan hearing is the first time the exact charges against benson will be heard so far the navy has declined to specify some three thousand uw milwaukee students got their diplomas sunday during their commencement ceremonies loved ones watch from the stands of panther arenas graduate celebrated their years of study with bugs president peter fagin the featured speaker meanwhile out east a former white house contender the keynote speaker at yale's graduation hillary clinton went back to yale university a former presidential candidate warned graduating seniors america is facing a fullfledged crisis in our democracy i say this not as a democrat who lost an election but as an american afraid of losing a country nineteen seventythree yale law school grad also addressed the school shooting tragedy in texas enough is enough we need to come together and we certainly need commonsense.

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