25 Burst results for "Women Shelter"

Libral City Council Votes for Woke Ordinance

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:04 min | 4 months ago

Libral City Council Votes for Woke Ordinance

"Most beautiful weather on earth, Cape Town is considered the sort of tied for the best weather in the world. I thought Cape Town weather was beautiful when I was there, but San Diego, I think winds. The ordinance passed by a three to two board vote, three to two. One person, as decided that men can go into women's shelters, women's prisons, and women's both homeless and domestic violence shelters. And there are three Democrats and two Republicans on the board of supervisors. And every single one of you knows how the vote went. And yet people in San Diego, this is what the typical liberal will say, oh, that's crazy. You just bringing these weirdo examples, that's what they do in order not to confront how they vote. I have

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Republican Winsome Sears Challenges MSNBC's Joy Reid: 'Get Your Facts Straight'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:50 min | 11 months ago

Republican Winsome Sears Challenges MSNBC's Joy Reid: 'Get Your Facts Straight'

"I know we shouldn't spend a lot of time on MSNBC personalities. But what the lieutenant governor elect of Virginia has done with one particular odious talking head over there, joy Reid is magnificent. This woman's story is astounding. She immigrated to the United States from Jamaica had a tough time it was in a Salvation army homeless shelter. Got out of that challenge and that that pressure and that toughness and that hard life, U.S. Marine ran a women's shelter, served her state as a delegate now is elected. She's the number two elected official in the state of Virginia. First woman of color to hold that position, it's a magnificent story and joy read thinks Republicans like winsome shears are racists and white supremacists somehow, and dangerous. So yesterday I saw winsome Sears on Martha McCallum's show on Fox News. This, to me, sums up everything of this week, it sums up the collapse of the woke agenda. It sums up the this was a collapse of the this was a repudiation of the Biden agenda. We all know it. They know it. James carville knows it. A Democrat strategist been around forever, and he knows how the game is played. And he said, woke this is crushing and destroying the Democrat party. So I give you winsome shears on Martha McCallum show yesterday on Fox News with a very heartfelt challenge to one joy, read. You have to be willing to vocalize that these Republicans are dangerous. That this isn't a party that's just another political party that disagrees with a thumb tax policy. That at this point, they're dangerous. They're dangerous to our national security, because stoking that kind of soft. White nationalism. Eventually leads to the hardcore stuff. Your reaction to that, miss Sears. I wish joy Reid would invite me on her show. I'm let's see if she's woman enough to do that. I'd go in a heartbeat and we have a real discussion without joy. Speaking about me behind my back, if you will. She talks about white supremacy. Does she know that I ran against a white supremacist? I mean, joy, come on, get your facts straight. And then come talk to

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"women shelter" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"women shelter" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"You and no one will help you and a Genesis Women's shelter. We call him a liar. Absolutely. She is Jan Langbein. I am hard. Of course, it's impact Texas talking about Genesis, women's shelter and the issue of domestic violence. Let me tell you something else. Um, may actually were in June now that this year is just flying by June. I don't know off top my head. I know Father's days, like right around the corner or something like that. But, um, June is not National Domestic Violence Awareness prevention month. But I don't care right every every day every month for someone living in it his awareness too many times, and there's reasons for you know, there's so many issues and so much going on, and all this other stuff that you know, um during one particular mind to deal with this issue, and over here, you deal with this issue, right? Well, it's this year's you in this issue and whatever. But domestic violence is happening. 3 65 24 7. Not just in September, right? Right or in April or in March. It's happening all the time. Um, and so that's why we're talking about it. Plus, like I said, we got a couple guys down Plaza. Who also don't care what the date is on the calendar. You know they were presented with. Hey, here's an organization that's doing this good. And, uh What do you think? There? Oh, yeah, we'll do that. Yeah. Great guys. Great guys, and I don't remember if it was Scotty or or Brad wanted to you know, they I heard him say, and then they told me the same thing as it's not fair. They're out there. Cycling. You know? And as tough as that is for 93 hours, um, but really In the big picture. It's not the same thing you know, and and there's only so much you can do to try to wear raise awareness, and I thank them for what they're doing. But I have told them, um Or I have suggested to them. They need to get out there and go see the shelter The Austin strike right and see it firsthand. And, um, and be a voice right outside of being on the air. Um, be a voice for this. Um, one of the other issues that we talk about when it comes to a Situation like domestic violence. Um, is how it ties into all these other issues, and one of those is the trafficking issue. So a person who has been abused And I think I saw the stats Don't matter how current this is as future bag where the average person will return. I believe it seven times. Before they say enough is enough and either get help. Um or leave on their own. Sadly. Lose your life. Right, Right, take seven times. Yeah, let me I do want to stop you there because I have heard that over the years it takes seven times and I I know women who have gotten out after the he swung the first punch women who have never gotten out. I know women who have to try again because he's crying and says he's sorry It's not. It's not How many times she goes back is how many times he promises he won't do it any continues to do it. Thank you doesn't stop. She's not abused because of something she did. She's abused because he hits her and it won't stop until he stops hitting her. You know, the mayor of Dallas has been a great advocate on this issue. He is call for men to step up and be a man and say that you know enough is enough to, he says. Real men do not beat the mothers of their Children. Real men do not hit women. Um, So yeah, I think when more guys stand up and realize it's not about whether she goes back or doesn't go back, or, you know, the Kids have to see their dads are not see their dads. It's about somebody who says I own you. I have power and control over you. And you will do what I say when I say it. Or else. Um, And so I think we need to experience a societal paradigm shift that says this. This is not this is not right. This is not okay. This is not okay. And that's why I admire what those boys are doing downstairs. Um Is that you know, it's one thing we can sit here and talk and you can go online to Genesis shelter dot org and you can find out all the services these folks provide. They've been doing it since 1985 and has been a part of it for 27 years. We'll talk about some here in just a moment. Um But you can go in there. But you know, it's one thing to talk about the services that you provide to somebody who's already gone through this right to somebody who's been a a survivor. Of domestic violence hate the word victim. But a survivor of domestic violence somebody who but that's already happened. We need to have discussions about not. What do I do if this happened? What? What do we do so that this crap doesn't happen? That's what needs to be happening and For folks like bread and Scotty, especially that age again. We talked about the domestic violence doesn't know race it doesn't know economic status. Um, it doesn't know, age. Right, right. And so for them at that age and going after that younger demographic to say, Hey, whoa! Because their demographic that age group In the last Town of less than a decade. 67 years has already made a lot of changes. They took the rest of US old users. Over a couple 100 years, right? I mean, they've made a lot of progress to say, Hey, Whoa. This isn't cool, right? This is not how this is not good, and so for them to be an influence to other folks their age. Males their age to say, no, dude, that's not good. That's not how we act. That's not what we do, regardless of white society through music through entertainment through all this other stuff. Back in the seventies. Uh, I'll give you a perfect example. Back in the seventies. Uh, I can't remember what TV show it was and even going further back in that. How about the show? Back in the fifties or sixties Powell one of these days, Alice Power to the moon or whatever it was right. Or shot. Yeah. How about that now? You know, and there was one of the seventies to I can't remember that show but now You know, we need to be thinking. Okay, if that's cute, right? That's entertainment. But What kind of messages that really sending. You know, and not just TV, but in music, some of the the lyrics and things like that. And so that's why I commend them doing what they're doing. Well, for sure. And so you look at music. You look at movies. You look at advertising and how everything is sold. Um, almost, uh, with an objectification of women. Um, there's certain products I don't buy because of their advertisement. I think if we all would stop buying them, they'd have to change their advertising. But it doesn't cause it. I I hate it. But it doesn't cause the problem. But what it does is desensitize us as a community that we we look the other way. We think that's not big, big deal. We can be gas lighted into thinking that jokes about sexual assault are merely locker room talk. It's not. I have zero tolerance for it, and I hope everybody who's listening has Zero tolerance for that kind of talk. You think about what if that were my daughter? I remember when, um, the Dallas Cowboys had signed somebody who was clearly had a history of abuse, and I was asked many times. Well, doesn't he deserve a second chance and I thought well, Not if he were married to my daughter. He dug deserve a second chance. I I once is enough. How many times can you beat my daughter before I stand up and draw a line in the sand once. So I think if all Dad said that all men who said that, and you know you don't play golf with a guy who beats his wife or don't do a business deal or hire him to play on your sports team. I I think that's what will make this society We've done it before the Honda. We've done it with smoking. We don't smoke in buildings. I don't suck up your secondhand smoke. We don't let friends drive drunk, right? Um And so I know we can do this. And that's thank you for bringing that up because I had this conversation with mad. I think two years.

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MSNBC Correspondent Atia Abawi Describes Women's Fear of the Taliban

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 1 year ago

MSNBC Correspondent Atia Abawi Describes Women's Fear of the Taliban

"Katia, a boy Foreign correspondent on MSNBC today. Cut 16 Go. What do you think of the Taliban's promises today that women can be in government as long as they obey Sharia law? The promises they have made many promises that they've broken in the past. Um and it's at time will tell if they will keep these promises. But if history has taught us anything about the Taliban regime, including in 1996, they came in promising to protect the people from the brutal civil war prior to the Taliban regime, and from 96 to 2000 and one that drastically changed that drastically changed. Women are terrified. When I talked to the men on the ground, they're about to lose a lot of freedoms themselves, and they know that, but they're not as terrified as the women that I speak to. I just heard from, uh, someone that they are trying desperately to get a woman who is in chargeable women's shelter. She helped battered Afghan women, Uh and the Taliban came to her shelter and said, This is a brothel. Stop. I'm talking to female politicians who want to leave the country, but the Taliban have put guards outside of their door so they can't leave. The fear right now is that once The media is gone. The attention's gone, the Americans are gone. The last plane leaves Kabul. What's going to happen then the Taliban are outside of their houses, literally waiting. For us to leave. And it's terrifying for me to watch for us to watch. Imagine being that woman sitting in that house counting the clock. Imagine that ladies and gentlemen Imagine that. Much of what I'm playing for you. Is not even being played on some cable shows.

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"women shelter" Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"women shelter" Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

"Sometimes it's one to turn to at all times to be sure but never more so men in bad times in challenging times in times of unexpected change and stress and has paul makes clear throughout the entire letter to the philippians his point is that both our faith in christ and the fellowship of the church. It's both give us the resilience to bounce back for whatever life throws at us and god knows thrown lot at us over the past sixteen months. Think back to all that we've endured as a community of faith. We have uplifted one another. We've gotten through this thing together. Christ has seen us through it as christ always does. Because that's kind of christ's thing and today especially we celebrate. How through your membership. Douse the membership bows that we all take when we joined a congregation to support and uphold this foundation of the united methodist church with our prayers are presents gifts our service and our witness. Those vows have enabled these young people to grow in their music to grow in their faith to grow in their fellowship which has been. That's never a small thing. It's a specially not a small over the past year morning right early on our behalf on your behalf. They're leaving on tour to bear witness to the love of christ which is the love that they have learned here at christ. United and. Brian mentioned some of the details that they're going to be singing edit nursing home in little rock. They're gonna be singing. A senior living center and memphis for folks who themselves are trying to bounce back from extended isolation during the pandemic. they're going to be singing at the union mission. Women shelter and memphis for women in their children who have survived domestic abuse. Who absolutely need the resilience. That christ offers us. That'd be singing the national anthem at a minor league baseball game at the home of the memphis redbirds. I'm assuming we're gonna do that for the rough riders at some point to okay all right rangers even better. Yes that is even better. Yes love that and they're going to be participating in choral clinic at the university of memphis and all along the way for the first time in two years. They're going to be taking their faith on the road sharing the love of christ through their passion for music. And they're able to do that. Paul would say because of their faith in christ and their friendships with each other. And i would add because of the love and support of their church family all the which has given them the resilience to do what they love and to bless others in the doing man i was going to say there's not a whole lot that i believe more than that's true more than the fact truth. Theological truth that. Paul tells us that we can do all things through him. Who strengthens us. And as paul makes clear that strength is best lived out in the context of a community of believers. I i don't know about you..

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"women shelter" Discussed on Chosen Family

Chosen Family

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"women shelter" Discussed on Chosen Family

"Face whatever. Now monica and laura came out two decades apart but the toronto they knew wasn't all that different around twenty fifteen. Laura was homeless living in a tent encampment with some other people. She was only twenty four. she'd already been in and out of jail for years on her criminal record. Most of her charges say n. f. a. no fixed address that bring one charge. Listen address as a women's shelter. Couple months later she lists her home as seton house. Men's shelter that. It's back to the women's shelter ben back to seton house. We don't know why. Laura moved back and forth between shelters that year. Maybe the women's shelters were full as they often are. Or maybe she didn't want to face any transphobia she'd experienced there in the past or maybe she was giving the shelters addresses when she got arrested but was actually living with her new boyfriend. I saw lord met up with guy. Laura's new boyfriend augustinas balanced dent talking from my own experience coming up. Their young relationships are really important. Especially when you're trans because you feel so isolated alone for her friends. Laura's new relationship seems at first like good news. The two of them get an apartment for time although they move around a bit then. It's back to no fixed address and more charges. The two of them seem totally entangled with the law on top of every arrest. There's always more charges for failure to comply or for not showing up to a court date. There's all sorts of things mixed up in this drug use economic precarity homelessness. It's complicated one day. Her childhood friend. Allie gets taxed. A laura had just gotten out of jail is like why you in jail. I didn't even know that you were in jail with the ss crazy. She says i had a warrant chooses for missing court and fingerprints. What did you do. She says i stole some shoppers mars. Laura got caught stealing from pharmacy. She's now involving my eyes out trying to find my boyfriend. We have no phone and no place and stuff walking around looking for him because usa split. They split them that. You're going to be somewhere. It's moral you need to play. In the meantime she goes to a place to put of my address for bill. I say he's mine. She says i'll do that thing. There's one thing we keep. Hearing from laura's friends and family the relationship with gallison was toxic. We can even see some of it. They had these sprawling fights that would pay it on their facebook walls. A lower told her friends that balanced and beat her violently while none of them told us they saw it firsthand. They believed laura when she told them her friend. Layla says she remembers seeing laura in rough shape every couple of months that i would see her in person. I could just release either. Wear tear just marked up with evasions everywhere be beaten by this man that she was with. We've put these allegations to balance. Then but he has not responded. We did get his rap sheet. He was never charged for assaulting laura but on his criminal record one charge does stick out that seems to support her friends concerns in two thousand sixteen. He was charged with robbing sexually assaulting and threatening to kill someone at a public housing complex near the village. He pled guilty to making the death threat and spent two months in jail. So i understand how transforming gravitate to man or two partners. I'm gonna say men in general but to partners for support and stuff like that. Even though that relationship was talked on so many levels. You know.

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"women shelter" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"women shelter" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"But fucking wikipedia pages on stephen king anything especially ones that don't have a movie or a travesty. Dorks get out there. I can't do it. I run a podcast. That's i've done my time. Wow i'm on lake. So i take the wikipedia. It was sparse. I checked the wikki. It was sparser. Yup it was worse. Oh my god you weren't kidding. Yeah it's because the vast majority of king fans are older and don't dude. Are you know which you know. I guess it's fair. I don't fucking do it either now. I'm on good. Reads trying to see if anyone mentioned. I'm ninety percent. Sure his name is bill. I'm the other thing before we just shoot ourselves. Further in the foot here is i. Actually the other day loves buttons. Omnia was that it also be. Yeah are you. Flew like helen. The principal character. Who you know in her story. You know the they intact. The story was her husband. He and she fled to a women's shelter. And it's this kind of slow realization. That ralph has at like oh. Helen is no longer going to be looking for men. And especially because there's that other character from the women's shelter. I can't remember her name either but there is some tricky bits in there were just like. Oh yeah. she's a lesbian and she's clearly like the man heating guy like that of noxious but it's just close enough you're sitting. You're the the thing that's hard about. Stephen king is that he doesn't he doesn't pull punches from his characters. If his character would think or say something problematic. Stephen king does not stop them from doing so as a writer which is tricky. Because then you you run into wall. Are you encouraging this behavior. Because it's coming from the protagonists etc etc. I also does a character in the dark tower. That is we need to gush about a bad guy random. So yes we we will talk about my fave and yours callahan. But i wanna talk real briefly about what i think is ultimately my king representation which is like a random tie. Heen like just dude who is killed in thirteen. Yeah is like just like a dude. He basically in work you know. He's kind of a different species doesn't he needs a marie. So here's a furry. I'm i'm talking about in absolute minute character. I don't think he has a name. It is a does this or are you talking about the one who's kind of gave for the night run school. Let me bring you there. Sorry okay i'll hush go on this journey with you. There is a random mook. I think he's unnamed. Don't know.

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Seattle-area women's shelter finds permanent location after moving three times

News, Traffic and Weather

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle-area women's shelter finds permanent location after moving three times

"Of its kind on the East side is now well settled into their new facility, but not before moving the shelter three times during the pandemic. ELISA Tin ski director of Bellevue's the Sophie away Says they started in a synagogue, moved to a church and then moved more than 100 women to a hotel after the county told them they weren't distanced enough talk about having to be flexible, and this is all going on. When there's no place else for women to go. Our libraries were closed or coffee shops are closed, and there's nothing. It was traumatic for everyone. Shootin ski says now that the final move to the new Kirkland shelters long since over, they can focus on things like bringing vaccines into their shelters. She says the Johnson and Johnson single shots would be ideal, if only because so many people come and go from the shelters. Man's under arrest following a

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"women shelter" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"women shelter" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"No one will believe you and no one will help you and it Genesis Women's shelter. We call him a liar. Absolutely. She is Jan Langbein. I am Hunter, Of course, its impact Texas talking about Genesis Women's shelter, and the issue of domestic violence will tell you something else may actually were in June. Now this year is just flying by June. I don't know off top my head. I know Father's days, like right around the corner or something like that. But, um, June is not National Domestic Violence Awareness prevention month. But I don't care right every every day every month for someone living in it his awareness too many times, and there's reasons for you know, there's so many issues and so much going on, and all this other stuff that, you know, um, during one particular mind to deal with this issue, and over here, you deal with this issue, right? Well, it's this year's you on this issue and whatever. But domestic violence is happening. 3 65 24 7. Not just in September, right? Right or in April or in March. It's happening all the time on go. That's why we're talking about it. Plus, like I said, we got a couple guys down Plaza. Who also don't care what the date is on the calendar. You know they were presented with a Here's an organization that's doing this good and What do you think there? Oh, yeah, we'll do that. Yeah, Great. That is great guys. And I remember of it was Scotty or right. One of the two. You know they heard him, saying Then they told me the same thing, So it's not fair. They're at their cycling. You know? And as tough as that is for 93 hours, um, but really In the big picture. It's not the same thing you know, and there's only so much you can do to try to wear it raise awareness, and I think them for what they're doing. But I have told them, um Or I have suggested to them. They need to get out there and go see the shelter. Go see Austin, strike right and see it firsthand and, um and be a voice right outside of being on the air. Be a voice for this one of the other issues that we talk about when it comes to a situation like domestic violence. Is how it ties into all these other issues, and one of those is the trafficking issue. So a person who has been abused And I think I saw the stats where? How current? This is this fugitive bag where the average person will return. I believe it seven times. Before they say enough is enough and either get help. Um or leave on their own. Sadly. Lose her life. Right, Right, take seven times. Yeah, let me look, I do want to stop you there because I have heard that over the years it takes seven times and I I know women who have gotten out after the he swung the first punch the women who have never gotten out. I know women who have to try again because he's crying and says he's sorry It's not. It's not How many times she goes back is how many times he promises he won't do it and he continues to do it. It doesn't stop. She's not abused because of something she did. She's abused because he hits her and it won't stop until he stops hitting her. You know, the mayor of Dallas has been a great advocate on this issue. He is called for men to step up and be a man and say that you know enough is enough. He says. Real men do not beat the mothers of their Children. Real men do not hit women. S Oh, yeah, I think when more guys stand up and realize it's not about whether she goes back or doesn't go back, or, you know, the Kids have to see their dads or not see their dead. It's about somebody who says I own you. I have power and control over you. And you will do what I say when I say it. Or else s O. I think we need to experience a societal paradigm shift That says this. This is not this is not right. Okay, This is not okay. And that's why I admire with those boys were doing downstairs. Um Is that you know, it's one thing we can sit here and talk and you can go online to Genesis Shelter, got a warg and you can find out all the services these folks provided been doing in the house since 1985 Dan's been a part of it for 27 years. We'll talk about some here in just a moment. Um But you can't go in there. But you know, it's one thing to talk about the services you provide to somebody who's already gone through this right to somebody who's been a survivor. Of domestic violence hate the word victim. But a survivor of domestic violence somebody who but that's already happened. We need to have discussions about not. What do I do if this happened? What? What do we do so that this crap doesn't happen? That's what needs to be happening and For folks like bread and Scotty, especially that age again. We talked about the domestic violence doesn't know race it doesn't know economic status. It doesn't no age. Right, right. And so for them at that age and going after that younger demographic to say, Hey, whoa! Because their demographic that age group In the last Town on no less than a decade. 67 years has already made a lot of changes that took the rest of us old geezers. Over a couple 100 years, right? I mean, they've made a lot of progress to say, Hey, Whoa. This isn't cool, right? This is not how that this is not good, and so for them to be an influence to other folks their age. Males their age to say not dude. That's not good. That's not how we act. That's not what we do, regardless of white society through music through entertainment through all this other stuff. Go back in the seventies. Ah! I'll give you a perfect example. Back in the seventies. Ah Camera. What TV show It was on even going further back in that. How about the show? Back in the fifties or sixties Powell one of these days, Alice Power to the moon or whatever it was right. Yeah. How about that now? You know, And there was one of the seventies too..

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"women shelter" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"women shelter" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"No one will believe you and no one will help you and it Genesis Women's shelter. We call him a liar. Absolutely. She is Jan Langbein. I am Hunter, Of course, its impact access talking about Genesis Women's shelter, and the issue of domestic violence will tell you something else may actually were in June. Now this year is just flying by June. I don't know of top my head. I know Father's days, like right around the corner or something like that. But, um, June is not National Domestic Violence Awareness prevention month. But I don't care right every every day every month for someone living in it his awareness too many times, and there's reasons for you know, there's so many issues and so much going on, and all this other stuff that, you know, um, during one particular mind to deal with this issue, and over here, you deal with this issue, right? Well, it's this year's you on this issue and whatever. But domestic violence is happening. 3 65 24 7. Not just in September, right? Right or in April or in March. It's happening all the time on go. That's why we're talking about it. Plus, like I said, we got a couple guys down Plaza. Who also don't care what the date is on the calendar. You know they were presented with a Here's an organization that's doing this good and What do you think there? Oh, yeah, we'll do that. Yeah, Great. That is great guys, And I remember of it was Scotty or or bright one of the two. You know they heard him, saying Then they told me some things. It's not fair. They're at their cycling. You know? And as tough as that is for 93 hours, um, but really In the big picture. It's not the same thing you know, and and there's only so much you can do to try to wear raise awareness, and I think them for what they're doing. But I have told them, um Or I have suggested to them. They need to get out there and go see the shelter. Go see Austin, strike right and see it firsthand and, um and be a voice right outside of being on the air. Be a voice for this one of the other issues that we talk about when it comes to a situation like domestic violence. Is how it ties into all these other issues, and one of those is the trafficking issue. So a person who has been abused And I think I saw the stats. I don't know how current this is this fugitive bag where the average person will return. I believe it seven times. Before they say enough is enough and either get help. Um or leave on their own. Sadly lose her life. Right, Right, take seven times. Yeah, let me look, I do want to stop you there because I have heard that over the years it takes seven times and I I know women who have gotten out after the he swung the first punch the women who have never gotten out. I know women who have to try again because he's crying and says he's sorry It's not. It's not How many times she goes back is how many times he promises he won't do it and he continues to do it. It doesn't stop. She's not abused because of something she did. She's abused because he hits her and it won't stop until he stops hitting her. You know, the mayor of Dallas has been a great advocate on this issue. He is called for men to step up and be a man and say that you know enough is enough. He says. Real men do not beat the mothers of their Children. Real men do not hit women. S Oh, yeah, I think when more guys stand up and realize it's not about whether she goes back or doesn't go back, or, you know, the kids have to see their dads or not See their dads. It's about somebody who says I own you. I have power and control over you. And you will do what I say when I say it or else s O. I think we need to experience the societal paradigm shift that says. This. This is not this is not right. This is not okay. This is not okay. And that's why I admire with those boys were doing downstairs. Um Is that you know, it's one thing we can sit here and talk and you can go online to Genesis Shelter, got a warg and you can find out all the services these folks provided been doing in the house since 1985 Dan's been a part of it for 27 years. We'll talk about some here in just a moment. But you can call in there. But you know, it's one thing to talk about the services you provide to somebody who's already gone through this right to somebody who's been a survivor. Of domestic violence hate the word victim. But a survivor of domestic violence somebody who but that's already happened. We need to have discussions about not. What do I do if this happened? What? What do we do so that this crap doesn't happen? That's what needs to be happening and For folks like bread and Scotty, especially that age again. We talked about the domestic violence doesn't know race it doesn't know economic status. It doesn't no age. Right, right. And so for them at that age and going after that younger demographic to say, Hey, whoa! Because their demographic that age group In the last Town on a less than a decade. 67 years has already made a lot of changes that took the rest of us old geezers. Over a couple 100 years, right? I mean, they've made a lot of progress to say, Hey, Whoa. This isn't cool, right? This is not how that this is not good, and so for them to be an influence to other folks their age. Males their age to say not dude. That's not good. That's not how we act. That's not what we do, regardless of white society through music through entertainment through all this other stuff. Go back in the seventies. Ah! I'll give you a perfect example. Back in the seventies. Ah Camera. What TV show It was on even going further back in that. How about the show? Back in the fifties or sixties Powell one of these days, Alice Power to the moon or whatever it was right. Yeah. How about that now? You know, And there was one in the seventies too. I can't remember that show but now You know, we need to be thinking. Okay, if that's cute, right? That's entertainment. But What kind of message is that? Really sending You know, and not just TV, but in in music, some of the lyrics and things like that. And so that's why I commend them doing what they're doing. Well, for sure. So you look at music. You look at movies. You look at advertising and how everything is sold, Um, almost within objectification of women. Um, there's certain products I don't buy because of their advertisement. I think if we all would stop buying them, they'd have to change their advertising. But it doesn't cause it. I I hate it..

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"women shelter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"women shelter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Instructions, Kitty. Alright, thanks. Taylor, and the Census count is on hold for now the Supreme Court, allowing the Trump administration to ended early while an appeal plays out. Justice Sonia Sotomayor was the only one to provide a reason, she wrote. The harm caused by rushing the count are irreparable. Sogno City Council said to approve new parking restrictions of today's meeting, and that's not sitting well with local homeless advocates. KP CASE Joe Michaels is live in studio with details Kitty among the items on the city's council's consent agenda today, a resolution that would regulate parking on numerous streets in the river district. The resolution would prohibit overnight parking in many areas while limiting parking to two hours between the hours of 6 A.m. and 10 P.m. Monday through Saturday. Councilman Jeff Harris represents part of the River district. I have always had an eye towards strategic growth in the area and to support the small businesses that still survive in that area, and it's perfectly situated for growth being next to the rail yards, indigestion downtown. As such, the traffic flow in the area has some difficulties. When it was an older industrial area. It was pretty neglected, but now that there's more energy, we're finding that parking restrictions will help. Businesses managed the situation in the district. While Councilman Harris says the additional restrictions aren't uncommon. Noel Cameramen, executive director of Sacramento's loaves and fishes, is concerned they'll displace many of the area's homeless, very unhappy to see this even being presented in the midst of a pandemic. There are a lot of people in our community who are experiencing homelessness. There's a lot of families who are living in cars. And for some, that's the only place where they're able to stay and to limit parking options for folks that are really just struggling to survive at this point in time really seems in bad taste in consideration to everything that's going on right now. Cameramen says The parking restrictions will also have a negative effect on loaves and fishes. Volunteers Block is one of the many blocks here in the river district. It's going to be impacted by this with a number of older volunteers that we have. We have a lot of folks with mobility issues, and even then they're still coming in and trying to help out And do what they can. We have a lot of guests that have mobility issues and that need to park around here While they receive services here in loaves and fishes. He's also concerned for the overnight staff of the nearby women's shelter after dark. A lot of folks prefer toe park pretty close to where their work in there, and it's just a matter of safety. At that point in time, this proposal would work against that as well, Councilman Harris says, if issues arise for staff for volunteers at loaves and fishes or its companion women's shelter Adjustments could be made on November 10th. We are bringing back and item that is basically a pilot program that we instituted again on Elvis Avenue.

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"women shelter" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"women shelter" Discussed on WTOP

"Montgomery County corridor flashes a bus rapid transit line that begins picking up passengers this Wednesday. This is going to be a way to address a longstanding historic inequity and to serve the residents of White Oak and East County with a really first class transit experience. The balls will run from the park and ride lot in Burtonsville down Route 29 with Silver Spring Metro Station in Montgomery County Councilman Tom Hucker says. In some cases, they will even be using the shoulder. To bypass traffic. The drivers will have little remote control buttons. Well, they'll be able to hold open a green light a little bit longer and get farther along, and so that that will help all the traffic just moved. More more efficiently. Buses will run every 7.5 minutes during rush hour, John Doman w T O P News. Meanwhile, Metro is moving ahead with safety working station closures doing so despite a massive budget shortfall because of the pandemic, Metro general manager Paul Wiedefeld told board members it could not put off safety fixes planned for next Here despite projected low revenue due to a lack of riders on the rails. You just are telling us even if offices were to open your not plan to come back until the vaccine is available because of that decreased revenue, Metro's board told the transit agency to proceed with an F Y 22 budget in the worst case scenario that ridership does not improve, leaving at 400 million lower than its pre pandemic operating budget. Meanwhile, five major closures are slated for next year, Starting with the February station closure of Arlington Cemetery. Closures of West Hyattsville to Green Belt and DuPont Circle to Van Ness in the summer. Meghan Cloherty w T o P News, you might have been stuck in the traffic a serious crash on the B W Parkway after person dead. Another suffering serious injuries happen around four o'clock this morning. Information is still trickling in, though In Montgomery County. Two people died in a single car crash on Ridge Road near morning Star Drive in the Clarksburg area. Montgomery County Police say the Jeep Wrangler left the road before midnight. Driver, 20 year old Dylan Bansi and his passenger 18 year old Maryann Hardisty died from their injuries. It is domestic violence awareness month across the country. One local county wants you to listen up the lot on county domestic abuse in response team, or Dart says that while avoiding public places and working remotely make herb the spread of Corona virus, people who are surviving domestic violence may be in danger by staying at home. Dart says that this is an epidemic within an epidemic. Judy Hanley of the Loudon abused Women Shelter. We have a shelter with 12 beds that has worked for us for 35 years until this year, And now today we have 24 people and shelter If you are suffering from domestic abuse, make a safety plan that includes plans for leaving and telling family and friends about the abuse. Also reach out to local shelters and law enforcement agencies for additional resource is Luc.

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"women shelter" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"women shelter" Discussed on WTOP

"Indigenous peoples Day instead. But while some see it as an ethical and moral question, others feel Columbus Day is a celebration of the other. Parentage cultural interpreter coordinator at the National Museum of the American Indian Band, Even who've Lynn grew up in South Dakota, where they have celebrated National American Heritage Day in place of Columbus Day. Since 1990. I don't quite understand the celebration of what Columbus State is, ER is supposed to be the question of what we're celebrating Monday has been controversial for decades. In reality, we're such a very small minority in the United States, but through social media, there is that larger awareness that has been Called the director of the Italian American Institute at Queens College, Joseph Shura says it has come to be embraced by members of that community as an Italian heritage Day. They need to be proactive about this idea of turning to an Italian American Heritage Day in ways that the couple's de colonize is its identity from Columbus, while 15 states and D C recognized the second Monday in October as a celebration of Native American history and heritage Maryland does not, however, Virginia and Montgomery County recently declared Monday Indigenous Peoples Day. Meghan Cloherty w T. O P News 3 12 Most be Woods Elementary is named after Confederate Commander John Mosby and the Fairfax County School District will have a new name next year for that school. The decision to change its name followed testimony from staff for students and parents at a school board hearing this week. David Breeder is one of the parents who want most bees. Name wiped off the building changed the name of our school because the current name does not reflect our community's values because it causes students Farm Superintendent Scott Bray Brand will give the school board some new suggestions later this month. The board will make a decision in December. It is domestic violence awareness month across the country. It impacts millions every year, regardless of race, gender or religion. And one group says the pandemic has increased its the Loudon County domestic abuse in response team, or Dart says that while avoiding public places and working remotely may curb the spread of Corona virus, people who are surviving domestic violence may be in danger by staying at home. Dart says that this is an epidemic within an epidemic. Judy Hanley of the Loudon Abused Women Shelter. We have a shelter with 12 beds that has worked for us for 35 years until this year, And now today we have 24 people and shelter If you are suffering from domestic abuse, make a safety plan that includes plans for leaving and telling family and friends about the abuse.

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"women shelter" Discussed on Made By Women

Made By Women

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"women shelter" Discussed on Made By Women

"I would say probably year four of our thirteen year stint on at company in carrot work was providing benefits for employees and I would meet with see hr rose and CEO's CFO's, and often they would say we love Charissa solution for employees to make sure that they show up at work and they could be present at work. A, but we really have a problem with the pipeline of women. We start off fifty fifty when they're young and then of course, when you win there in the corner office, it's getting into the single digit percentage and I said, wow, that's that's a real problem. We know it. But that's a different business from care dot com because they were asking me, should you launch a different product? I. The fortunate experience that I joined an Aspen crowned. Fellowship class and allowed me to really search and go deeper around impact and it happened that in my class my B. Classmate out from business school at least escaped tatum was also in my crown fellowship class and she had been contemplating the same issues about the pipeline problem. The third thing that happened is Milan also was in my life. Who I remember telling me who said to me the issue is sach a big issue to help women focused on it. So the way to do that allowed me to focus on. It is really work with Lisa were she became my co-founder on landed an has just been incredible at really pursuing the shared mission. Envision we had to. We came together to found the company. And Its allowed both of us by the way were both women that integrate our work in life together, we both juggle running companies. We trade a lot of notes were there for each other, we support each other and so I found the such an incredible satisfaction of being a board member and a founder of something I saw that other female founders unleashing their own potential could pursue their passion in I can impart. Journey that I've been on cure to how to scale those platforms. So they themselves can make a big impact as well. It's something that's so near and dear to me around working with female founders in landed has just been such joy and I'm just thrilled that that Lisa's making such this huge impact in the world that she really wanted to. Well, that's terrific and you know I know personally just how much you care about women developing. Their leadership skills and going on to enjoying great success that is. Commensurate. With the potential of so many. So you left care in two, thousand and nineteen. and. You are by any account a force of nature. So what is Sheila focusing on now? I would say certainly adhering to quarantine and I had planned to travel sabbatical but I've been doing my quarantine sabbatical. But might my kids tease me that it's not really a sabbatical because now I'm launching a couple of vendors. With. With a few female founders to continue again to unleash their power. I'm super excited. One of them is focused on girls and I'm just excited to build new companies built by amazing female founders and by the way that includes four prophet. In not for profit because I think impact can be achieved in many different ways and in my goal is, how can I help in any way to scale that that what is in the hearts of other people to help people? And then specifically one nonprofit him super proud to be helping right now is him for her by Jocelyn Mangan and it's putting women on boards. So something I'm super excited about to continue to support her up. Some of the companies are still stealth, but should be announced the new year. Sounds. Terrific. WILL ALL BE Awaiting those announcements with Eager Anticipation, I had mentioned earlier Covid, and you just talked about how your abiding by all the protocols and staying on the ground, which is rare rare for you. So how has it affected your work? Otherwise as it brought on any particular challenges have you had to make any major pivots outside of what you described in terms of really not doing all of that extensive travel that you had anticipated in this period, but you've put it to good use it sounds like. Yeah. So lay going from a twenty four, seven job front running a public company to then you know reducing travel in the hours and all the inbound requests of my time. I've had a real opportunity to do a lot of meditation Yoga a self awareness time for myself just been a gift. I hadn't had this in over twenty years because I've just been running and gunning. But what's interesting about He's been silver linings. Is it? It's also as you pointed out, it's allowed a lot of people to open their eyes that the juggle is really hard and I'm seeing with a lot of my zoo calls in also my male friends sharing.

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How I Built Resilience with Chef Kyle Connaughton of SingleThread

How I Built This

05:05 min | 2 years ago

How I Built Resilience with Chef Kyle Connaughton of SingleThread

"We're GONNA hear from Kyle cotton. The owner of single thread farms in Healdsburg. California single thread has been named one of the fifty greatest restaurants in the world. And it's one of just fourteen Michelin three star restaurants in the United States but the past eighteen months have been challenging. I A flood nearly destroyed the farm that grows most of its fruits and vegetables and then last October a massive wildfire in Sonoma's county force the restaurant to shut down for a period. But Kyle says that nothing could have prepared him for the COVID. Nineteen pandemic. Kyle spoke to me from single thread where he's preparing donated meals during the day and selling take-out meals at night kyle. A lot of people don't understand that restaurants in good times operate on very thin margins like they need people to come in to be able to employ the people they employ tiny number of restaurants. Make a lot of money so even in good times. It's really tough. This is unprecedented right. You mean you've been shut down for weeks and weeks. What's your situation at single thread right now? I mean first of all to your point. Restaurant businesses. Incredibly tough margins are very very slim and it doesn't really matter if you're a really small small operator or you know a larger sort of like finding an operator immune disparate independent restaurants. It doesn't matter what you are. It's just even in good times really difficult. And so you know you put something like this year which is unprecedented and just unplanned for and it almost becomes an impossible situation. And that's really what we were faced with. Here is the fact that you can be in wine country. We kind of saw things coming from. You know the city at a little bit a fast speed but it was like upon us a little bit later one or two weeks later where the writing was really going to be on the wall so I some time to sort of think and react at the same time. We have eighty people on our team between the farm and the restaurant and the and the ad men and Have a great responsibility to your team and tear gas. Many of WHOM ARE PLANNING FOR WEEKS MONTHS. You know out to come and get into contact with them so it's a giant giant shifts. The what we you know decided to do next so once it was clear that you would not be open for business You basically kind of reconstituted some of your staff and went back into the kitchen and tell me what you're doing what's going on. You know first and foremost you know for us. It's about hospitality and we just want Cook and take care of before it's it's not so much even about the artistry of Ob do it's about a sense of wanting of deep sense of possibility wanting to take care of people so you know when times like this when it sort of apparent that you're not gonna be able to take care of your guests in the way that you normally do you. You look for other ways that you can. You can take care of people and because of the fires And because of The know the huge turmoil that's created wine country. We had an amazing organization called cinema family meal that was literally born out of the sort of Malay of the fires and all of us trying to get food to those who need it. You know. We've got a farm full of produce. I've got a restaurant full of food. You know. Got A team. That just wants to you. Know to Cook You know how about this idea? Start reaching out to friends of the restaurant. Wineries and investors and great guests that we have and see if if they can start funding Savannah meal and we'll start preparing food and I'll put everyone work We'll start cooking and then we started the takeout at night in those meals and looking for you know for families here at you know at home who could pay for you know a really nice meal that we put together still at a reasonable price and then allow them to make donations as well to what we do during the day Which is you know. A few hundred donation meals a day that are getting distributed to seniors out of work agricultural workers out of work. Hospitality Workers The women's shelter and so our days are spent doing the donation meals and our nights or doing the takeaway guys are doing. I think you're like two hundred meals a day for people in Need in cinema county as you mentioned People in hospitals and old age homes. And you've got a bunch of questions coming in for you. This is Air Intel On facebook he asks. How did you pivot your business away from like tasting menus to take away so quickly and can take away a sustain your your business is that enough and I suspect the answer is no in also can locals. Local people afford the takeaway. Many you know I saw I mean just depit I mean. I think we've got a lot of creative chefs here. We've got a lot of great products and we started cooking the way that we like to cook in the way that we liked eat. You know ourselves and you know the ultimately no the business cannot sustain on you know takeaway but between that and you know everything that we're doing where we're we're sort of getting by and has amazing partner in Tony Greenberg who's just working

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"women shelter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"women shelter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Twenty center versus late in Martin County contact us better see understand overstated mission availability features vary by vehicle while your model trim level packaging options baseball compared based on many factors websites tomorrow on Colorado's morning news we'll have the latest on corona virus impacts and the winter storm and we talked to a woman sheltering in place in San Francisco on Keighley news radio.

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"women shelter" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"women shelter" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Johnny Depp and amber heard announced they were getting a divorce a lot of the blame was placed on Johnny Depp for physically abusing amber heard yeah she claimed as she claimed and she won a lot of money that in the settlement and then took the money and donated it to you I believe a women's shelter is donated yes she did yeah she really did yeah the views foundation yes and so now we're hearing actual audio from inside I do not know how this idea was obtained but inside a therapy session with amber heard and Johnny Depp take a listen I'm sorry I didn't once you across the face in a proper slap but I'm skating you would not continue thank you punched don't tell me what it feels like to be launched a lot of been around a long time now like this I did not come cheap I thank you I was hitting you motion of my actual what would your fine and not hurt you enough I'm sure I'm skating and isn't there behind closed doors she said she was hitting him huh and we are hearing for the most part one sided from amber heard that it was all Johnny Depp now it's all wrong it is all wrong there's a double standard may because of power in physical upper body strength is different of course for most not me I'm very weak but for others both men have you know strong upper upper upper bodies on average me for punch a dealer socket in the face you can't do that huh you can if you but it's wrong on both yeah do women get a pass a lot of times they do it like well he pried deserve it I DO went astray slapped a woman the face ha jail immediately but I did hear that he may claim Johnny Depp that make claims that he was the one getting abused actually physically abuse but at the same time she donated millions of dollars of this shelter and just because you know she slapped him and I understand that's wrong doesn't mean he didn't do it to her I'll yeah we know for a fact that he did remember when he cut himself when he was a cut like glass or mirror things like topics finger off yeah the role of delight over fat or we just that was our claim well I think we saw the picture of his anger fair yeah there was audio that she took when he was had been drinking and he's like throwing wine bottles or glasses shattering when screaming at her and stuff she really sat I don't see anything about physical it but it's a goal though just because his finger was cut off I thought he cut it off himself and shot out of control behavior but he cut off in the wrote wrote like horror in blood on the one on their mere which is not radic that's not this they said that's a motional abuse it's erotic is in all right yes right James I sounds normal to me we've got stitches the having to listen to Johnny Depp does not do that don't tell me a lot of lies like stealing character I know yeah let's listen to them I'm sorry that I didn't amber heard and Johnny Depp in therapy session thank you across the face in a proper slap but I'm skating you would not continue you're not punched don't tell me what it feels like to be blown yes he did their verbal abuse no like this but I did not come cheap I thank you I was hitting you motion of my actual what would your fine and not hurt you and I'm sure I'm eating room who it's not doesn't eighteen I'm glad that they're not together anymore and it's the it's not good for each other yeah all right moving on to more yelling although I imagine what I can only speak from my house okay that if somebody record your worst moments I hope you're dumb fights when you're Argonaut the dumbest thing is there might be a little name calling like at a con or even in context you sound like you're insane yeah I have fighting goes yeah and it had to be just with your significant other if somebody took out of context this program yeah quick draw right where it's like you said but I'm a lot yeah it's a we sound like a crazy people right it's a dumpster was legitimate answer right yeah I eat cats okay fine fine yeah can that's true so that was a fairly yelling but it was fighting Holly in concert the other day was being heckled by some guy in the crowd and you would think with all your the loud music and her performing that you wouldn't hear people when you yes she did Holly heard the person screaming G. easy his name over you know the date and they broke out and this guy is tackling and he's yelling G. C. and hardly lost it.

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University of St. Thomas student found safe

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:10 sec | 2 years ago

University of St. Thomas student found safe

"Angel when the missing Saint Thomas university student has been found at a women's shelter in Houston police say there was no evidence of foul play she left her dorm for personal reasons

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"women shelter" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"women shelter" Discussed on KTOK

"Choice we do something most people across the globe three Chrissy twenty twenty America is watching Chicago mom is accused of killing her two young sons fox's sound June Grasso reports twenty year old a lead a new rule faces murder charges after police say she killed her two young sons our two year old boy was thrown from a high rise apartment building at a seven month old son was found dead in a bathtub she is also charged with attempted murder for stabbing her grandfather before she jumped from the apartment building on Chicago's south side her mother told the sun times that a lien dole took her children to a women's shelter earlier in the week and asked workers there to take her children adding that her daughter had shown signs of depression of the past century and Grasso fox news presidential hopeful and former south bend ia mayor Pete bhut a judge is campaigning around New Hampshire to build his support and during a town hall in St Stephen's high school in Claremont he urged his attendees to rely on their religious obligation to move them to vote and to take care of their own community this year once again the president suggesting that thank god it is so small as to belong to a political party and it's just not true I mean first of all let's talk about the choice that people of faith to have.

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"women shelter" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"women shelter" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"A bad situation with their taxes so we had two hours and forty minutes of a waste of time at a city council meeting in McKinney last night what a huge waste of time arguing over something that's not even there fake racism and I'm thankfully people gonna throw this civil rights pimp city council member out by starting a recall petition it's gonna be going on next week but I just see you know the city council member who is that creating all this division and hatred of the cops and hatred of white people and all this stuff in McKinney has a long rap sheet this was shooting sham well he was accused of beating his girlfriend in December of twenty eighteen one front of a grand jury in June of twenty nineteen no build he was arrested for refusing to sign a ticket may twenty eighteen claimed it was racial profiling and up haven't apologizing was censured by the council that's one to try to get the copy till the Cup the I'm gonna get get your boss on the phone got caught they released a video in the apologized he was arrested for refusing to give Arlington police his rifle during a protest March twenty sixteen he was accused of rape this wonderful shooting show well accused of rape March two thousand seven plead guilty plugged up pleaded guilty to assault causing bodily harm and sixty days in jail he got nine months probation what a great guy this is a civil rights activist I wonder if the woman he was accused of raping in two thousand seven is black one of the woman that he pleaded guilty causing to assault causing bodily harm as a black person I like the many gods and of the same crap beaten black babies accused of beating black women and these are your leaders behold so the two thousand seven arrests for it all in so he's arrested accused of rape in a March two thousand seven pleaded guilty of causing to assault causing bodily harm but then also in two thousand seven here great year in two thousand seven he was also arrested for burglary and aggravated kidnapping I'm a skate woman wonder if she's black this civil rights activist right I'm ski woman told police that the city Michelle mom who she dated was angry that men were texting her in October of two thousand someone seven Shamil took her phone and pressed the blade of a kitchen knife against her scrolling through recalled asking her to identify each of the men she spoke to identify each of them she said according to the affidavit she told authorities that he punched her several times while pushed her down by the neck shoulder he would kill her when he left the woman locked herself in the bathroom and called nine one one but the shooting the show will kick in the door and forced her to drive to McKinney with him the affidavit says from there she called McKinney police to take her to a woman's shelter by the way that's the same thing that the woman who says Dominique beats the crap barber who she said two three kids without of wedlock she says he did the same thing and she had the same think cops call them come pick me up take me in a woman's shelter well these guys are bosom buddies well let's see she called nine one kick down the door the affidavit says forced her to drive McKinney the affidavit says and there she called me can you please take a woman shelter he pleaded guilty two years later in March and that was given seven years deferred adjudication probation prosecutors to move to revoke probation several times saying illegally possessed a firearm field report to community supervision officer in addition several other accusations during probation that were not filed judge Gracie Lewis wrote in court documents look at these false these great activists women saying they they're they're beating them and raping them and kidnapping them and just a great great great group of people and what did this soliciting show walls mama of say about women in in the council many wasting everybody's time a yelling and screaming and being the best of.

"women shelter" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"women shelter" Discussed on KQED Radio

"What if we get all that I called of all the support for security but the government says it has heard the message it has been holding consultations with consultations and victims families across the country like here in tool and rest in France where I am about to the company the government M. P. five PM code book as she's visiting annually set up women's shelter convoke says women will be better protected under a new law which is currently going through parliament double check it out in some of the mortgagee conferencing with lawmakers from across the spectrum and we are ready to act the new law will introduce electronic bracelets to keep on file an amended pay judges will be able to issue a restraining orders within six days and more women's shelters will be opened three zero the mid twenties axles universalism I Nick who took part in the country right talks says the measures are a good start but that one crucial point is missing something that she feels could have saved her daughter's life Bonnie Mongol Philadelphia and it's really important that the police get proper psychological training they should have to come down off that pedestal and really listen to women who are asking for help if a woman says she feels threatened they need to take the necessary measures to protect we know that there are many women who went to the police are asking for help but what turned away and are now dead sick okay diesel some only could it she still hopes the government will put in place specific training modules so that at least some women will be saved and the families be spent the suffering she now has to end your recently D. W. Paris and I'm Keith Walker in Bonn you're listening to inside Europe.

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"women shelter" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:05 min | 3 years ago

"women shelter" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"To a women's shelter searching for the truth about my mother we're talking about the dream house and and going back to your childhood everything because it's a. pretty amazing so what's it like going to fifty doctors in a year. I. yeah you do remember that I'm not fun not not fun yeah and you don't think you don't think that you're right I guess you think you're sick. your been one for I think it gets it gets complicated because. she was telling me that I had all these illnesses and then. Hey it's the first day of school when I'm nervous just like any child would be and I have a stomach ache so I'm saying mommy I have a stomach ache and I'm afraid to go because I haven't been there enough so that's that's where it gets complicated than if I told her I had a symptom symptom like that she would take me to a doctor where as most parents would just say okay go you'll be fine yeah I got that complicated sense to defend teacher that came in the tutor and said you know get your **** in school and you gonna defended your mother. she was crying now I yeah yeah. yeah she was trying to save me and she had gotten to know me a little better than most teachers ever had a chance to because that year I was in till November that was a big deal and then I stopped going and she started coming to you know do the home tutoring and I really liked her I felt comfortable I was learning I remember things she taught me you totally shot I mean how did you know how to relate with folks in your old age I will resolve them well it's funny yes because people today so you're so well adjusted it in years you don't get don't get over that kind of isolation overnight I just going to pretend that everything was okay what was your day like. I watched I love the news. I don't hate sure right yes yes and it's funny I ended up working you know for news organization later in life but I love the news I'd watch Roger Grimsby until you tell seven AM cover showing our ages five and eleven PM you know when I got older and a TV in my room I always watch the news and then I got hooked on soap operas. yeah I made for very. I remember what at ten years old all my children started I watched every single episode. did you ever have a good relationship with their. as a teenager I think my father was not good with young children really so I think for all of us site has have sisters well that he became closer to us when we were older so I did have some good memories and I think that he felt sad about our lives two of course which is interesting because you don't get that feeling all the book that is almost it's almost completely abusive that he just ignores you I guess you were so much younger right that's a yes let's go talk about your sister's now because they're interesting story because they they seemed almost look after you yes they did they figured out what was going on. and the more I did right now to get you out of there exactly he always struck me as interesting it's kind of surprising is that your mom controlled you. you know a hundred percent but when your sister comes to take you away she let you go with almost no problem right. well she wasn't entirely uninvolved in it she did take me to visit to a few schools in the city so the idea was that my mother would also be living in the city and my father so we you know I don't think she thought that we would never see each other. she was still going to be somewhat involved but I've been living that show that that period of time how often did you see your mom. it's hard to remember but she didn't she didn't initially move into the city when I did once she was in the city and then I would see her periodically now talk about that the the trip to France to lord because that's a pretty amazing story and profound on the family to when you were going to go see princess grace as well right yes they're kind of. what what bothered me about that is princess grace basically told you to go home because your dad was controlling but tell the story yeah so my mother literally took me to France with the clothes on my back and a pair of pajamas wasn't supposed to go that way she was taking she was taking me and my sisters and we were going to go to France start a new life there. and telling telling my father right only it didn't go as she plans because my oldest sister got caught taking some of the suitcases out of the house and so he convinced her to stay and my mother was not going to go back. so I went with my sister robin and literally but the clothes on my back and we took a cruise ship and and went to France. and then halfway there we got called to the person's office and it was my mother I mean my grace on one microphone and my father on the other and pretty much against my mother but I think you have to realize it they were it wasn't a rational for him to do so. I can understand it now from that point but to at the time it felt really horrible like they didn't understand and they were kind of against are you in the room when that on that call. princess grace get your motor home yeah no I've I've heard the whole thing your mother was been devastated unbelievable she was just like how could you do this to me because we we didn't you know. how old are you at that time twelve twelve twelve. and your mom processes then you. so now she has no hope of. stay over there and yeah I'm I mean she wasn't planning to. we were planning to somehow secret but she was going to start our own life you know that was just going to get a job and everything yeah and the the whole thing in lord was with that she thought you were gonna be cured everything right that was all that was the motivation also for the trip there were two two things to get away and crap start a new life but she really wanted to take us to lord for Americal and I I believe that. just from hearing all of that with her that I literally felt like I was okay I was cured. and because the next year I was in school a full year and short work I think that I think I'm I'm in my mind something actually happened there and I have to tell you I went back as an adult two years ago it's a pretty powerful place I was going to ask yes and just to describe going back there and then you also went and toward of of the call the palace in Monaco or whatever yeah it was an amazing trip so my co author and I went to Monaco and and we took a fabulous helicopter ride from needs to Monaco and we were able to go on a private tour of the palace and then also we visited the palace archives. says grace Irish library and everybody was wonderful you know when we're at the palace archives they brought out the seating chart from the wedding and in the cathedral and my father was right behind you know Carey grant and. can you find all kinds of pictures right from the whole of the whole deal yeah the why'd you get married in December you seventeen or eighteen. I'm actually seventeen but I left when I was sixteen I think we actually got married at eighteen and part of it was because he they had a real family right that you felt a part of it yes I am I am mentioned in school and we found love we had a great relationship I loved his family has been a lot of time with them and you know I didn't have that kind I was just living with a twenty two year old sister at the time so. and then after being in school for two years and doing really well my father was going you know he said you can't go to this private school anymore you have to go to a PS school whatever and I didn't live visited the school and didn't feel comfortable with that and at the same time gender was offering for me to go with him to Saint Thomas and start a life there and they did a lot. we lived there three years we're very happy loved it I mean it was a great experience not the average experience for somebody that age but I travel to fourteen different islands I want to work I I was happy I got I took piano lessons I took I took my first exercise classes or might have you might have survived the problem had passed away or. did you said that shut you down yeah I think that had an impact and then we had a great relationship but that that definitely just quickly where is a John Doe now you always use an active with the vote yes I did he said photographer abilities in Miami yeah very successful photographer are you listening friends or talk with Jim Campbell we're gonna focus on the stigma of mental illness are final nine minutes. this is Jim Campbell host of forensic talk to to this station for deep dives into the biggest crime stories today unsolved murders financial crimes penetrating questions. 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"women shelter" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:10 min | 3 years ago

"women shelter" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"A women's shelter searching for the truth about my mother. you know what I thought it was can we did a show on this over a murder case which is mooch housing. you don't work within the care giver makes up all these illnesses for controlling whatever in this case happen to be murders coming out of it but they don't sold out no no I I def I've explored all of those it's a difference with my chosen by proxy would be she didn't give me like poison or something to make me six art have to go to me I'm really sick yes I I believe that she was trying to protect me and help me in her mind I really believe that it's a different thing and it if it does come up just like you mentioned it but I am eliminated fast okay therapist. yeah did you find when you go through this whole search process that you were able to forget ever hundred and fifty yes really I won't I you're dad later to me he might even be tougher to forgive but we'll go with that but you could you forgive him as well. yeah that is a little harder because he didn't I. you know nothing is ever just. black and white. I I know that on his side of things if you separated he had four heart attacks when I was growing up well he was an older father he was fifty when I was born his career by the time I was ten you know wasn't going well and he had a great career in advertising working for McCann Erickson J. Walter Thompson but. he was nearing the end of all that it's stressful living with someone who is mentally ill. and not knowing what to do the stress level our house was unbelievable. but what I can't forgive him for he said she tried to get help she was trying to see a psychiatrist kind of lock try to control it he was for sure an alcoholic so there was that he was more interested with his social life he didn't want his life to change her her life changed she was completely isolated so he paid out he continued going to the parties and being in New York City and living that glamorous life. which leads into where I want to go back in time a little bit now tell us a little bit about Caroline store your mother and how she met Grace Kelly yes well my mother grew up in Steubenville small town girl you know with. Ames yeah and she won the sauce was centennial queen contest that gave her the money to go to New York and pursue her dreams as a model she could have gone for screen tests to Hollywood but she wanted to be in my Howard Hughes right yes. try to do a screen test yes and yet no he offered her the she could have had a full contract and moved down but you know she didn't want to do this you seem to exercise good judgment there because his motive looked a little shaky right in that the screen test I late at night you know well yeah I think she just for her it just wasn't in question for her alright so we're going to New York so how does she get the guts to go by yourself to the York city at a young age without you know no job them how do you know a little midwestern you know stupid guys it. it still amazes me that she did it and when she got there she met grace they became good friends they were living next door to one another and I mean they did everything together going to the clubs sell Morocco's store class ballets. my mother was responsible for encouraging grace to model to find her acting career. yet they were great friends by the way she's obviously gorgeous princess grace but that first picture you put in there seems rather plain looking writer. were young they were younger here anyway anywhere near the light in your hair and jumps to hair style which is in my mother also encouraged her to do. there's the rumors are you near dad had an affair with Grace Kelly you end up not necessarily believing that her well it was something I heard when I was younger and then later and my mother did tell me that it happens so I and I believe that most likely something happen you know we'll never know the truth really because they're all gone and what's important to me is that I know my mother either for gave her or never held it against her and that that if you're from the center right yes. well yes and there may have been others. that happened did did you get a chance to know of princess grace all or no I was too young I was yeah I was the youngest of three so my older sisters knew her very well when they were young and. because they lived in the same building in Manhattan house and my older older sister Jill with her god daughter should should princess grace have done more I don't think from that distance that she could have done anything I know she didn't even really sense that anything was wrong until I was twelve and we made this trip to France very unexpectedly that's when she knew that something was wrong you know what your prize me that it looks like she barely knew prince Rainier when they got married. exchange letters letters yeah. do you think they were happily married right. as far as I know we have friends that at the end you know she she died in a car crash were told again that she'd been depressed and that he was cheating on her. yeah I try not to get tied up in in the all the things that I'll never really I would never really talk about the wedding now. becoming a Broadway number yes that was quite a time for all of them when when it was announced to the bride's maids would be there was a lot of attention given to all of them and all of the major dress houses designers wanted them to where hurt where their clothes because it was a week a week's worth of activities that they were going to fall some valets and celebration. apple ceremony at the than the ceremony at the cathedral. my parents. a little over they did not go on the cruise ship yeah and they went with Sally Richardson also telling don Richards and so there were two of two couples that. over what's your mom told me about it question would show me you know we had pictures and the house from the wedding she would show me yeah I I don't really remember her telling me that such a lot of it actually I've read about in books and I became also over this the past four years I became very close with Judy Balaban who wrote the book the bridesmaids so she shared a lot was your mother's childhood really I'm happy as well. I believe so yes yeah. yeah her stepfather was not very kind to her there were a lot of issues with that and that I think we're traumatic for her she spent a lot of time with her cousins family and they were very very kind to her. she had a lot of family that loved her there but her home life I think was difficult. was she devastated. that she had to give up her career or on the career site I know moving out to the Long Island was tough I don't think it was her first choice to move to Long Island but. at the time that they did yeah some models continue their career but my mother was a junior model so it's a little more difficult for her probably to have continued because by the late fifties the models were five can't you know they were tall my mother wasn't in vogue models she was a junior model. the way she model for Sears my dad worked for all state for thirty years so. Adeline wish book for his yeah I used to get that big thick thing friends are talk with Jim Campbell forty ninety W. T. C. H. credits we'll have more with the bridesmaids daughter in.

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Cleveland PD Launching Internal Investigation into Handling of Kareem Hunt Case

KNBR Tonight with Drew Hoffar & Kevin Frandsen

09:55 min | 4 years ago

Cleveland PD Launching Internal Investigation into Handling of Kareem Hunt Case

"But I just feel like it's so shady, it's so shady how TMZ can get this whole thing. The NFL can't the chiefs can't but TMZ pays up. It's. I wanna know. Like on to keep it quiet at the beginning did Kareem hunt half to pay right? And then from there. Did you know TMZ just triple what he paid the Cleveland police? I I wanna know how deep this goes to me. It's a little fishy. Ira fishing, and Amy Trask was on with with fits of Brooks today. And I it's part of what I've been saying on this whole time is do you do you hire? But she said it's kind of hard. Dot com on the podcast, great stuff. But she she was saying to you hire TMZ. Do you hire some type of thing like that? In have resources to go and pay for those. Videos for your investigations, I but see that's the thing is man you want to know. So many things because look you're investigating. You're you're paying up, and I feel like TMZ would end up, you know, almost like extortion. Yes. Yeah. Eight they know exactly how much the NFL's worth information is a commodity for any in especially valuable information. And at the end of the day, what the NFL needs to know is what really happened. And however, look the NFL their financial resources pretty limitless. There is some limit. But to obtain a copy of a video, look, I think they can probably find, you know, between the owners, and whoever the hell is going to be in charge of of facilitating that I think that they can come up with a number of the the bottom line is they need to know what happened in the fact that there was a video of this incident and never mind. How dumb Kareem hunt was for doing something like that knowing that it was all being recorded. But that aside knowing that there is a video available since February and Kareem hunt. Hunt felt empowered enough embolden enough to light his team. He had to have known that. They were having a hard time getting the video or didn't have access to it. I mean, they didn't see the video because if you see the video, you know, right away away like kicked out. I wonder as guard went down a little bit each week. Yeah. Good. Yeah. I'm good. Hanging over his head. Could you imagine knowing that your career your NFL career is just hanging in the balance and the day that the other shoe drops, you're toast? And I mean, it's bad enough that this happened know in any way, shape or form the fact that it happened just a couple of days after Ruben foster that to me is kind of fishy to now all the sudden and we're getting near playoff time in the chiefs are potentially in a position to win the Super Bowl. There was a lot of stuff going on behind the scenes man, this thing just stinks all high. Hell no, it just sucks, and, you know, starting with the domestic violence to the cover up to the, you know, the distribution of the video to the new police cars at the Cleveland police officers are driving and all that stuff. It's it's it's all shady shady. So following an internal review. It was determined that in February a member of the Cleveland division of police provided a report you'll appreciate you trying to do some serious here. You don't mind felt house? Doing it for felony baby. All right now. So I'll start over following an internal review is determined that in February a member of the Cleveland police provided a copy of that police report, including the assault incident at the nine which was the hotel to the National Football League. And of course, they didn't go through the official publics public records request process. Now, if you go through that process, officially then it's known that the NFL is petitioning to get that information. Because I I gotta think look the police reports one thing like if you know, there's video of it. I don't need the police report. And that's the other thing that just begs the question. Okay. There's this video like, yeah. The charges were dropped. Why why were the charges dropped? They don't do anything for misdemeanor. It wasn't. It was not a felon. It was not charges a felony. You should have been. No, okay. Yeah. No. I mean any of that stuff? Should right? No doubt. Whether or not whatever it should be a felony. But it was filed under as a misdemeanor, which they don't do stuff you're going, wait what? Yeah. That's just shadiest number one. The fact that I don't care how hard he kicked. Her didn't kick her. You know what I mean? Like that was a felony the moment that right? She's dazed. She's she's laying on the ground days has has just gotten to the point where she sitting up. She's not even standing it. And he tried to kick her in the face. I mean, whether you connected or not I mean, thank God. He didn't he barely grazed or but not the point. You know, in the fact that she was on the ground is because you knock that dude indoor. And I know that I, you know, I don't know that he did that on purpose. But I guarantee you he didn't care if she got knocked down. Clearly, he was intent on doing her harm, hence the shove and then later kicking her. So let me ask you this this Kareem hunt play in the NFL again. Yes. Yeah. I think so too. I think he's young enough. Yeah. That's why Ray rice didn't play again because he was done. He was already at the end of his career. Well, yeah. And hit what he did on video, right? I feel like a complete ass for even having compare that. You're right though. It's true world. We all we all think the same. But it wasn't as bad. It wasn't even though it is it wasn't what the wasn't as graphic as the one punch layout. Right. And even if you go on the Joe mixing stuff, right? And the other part of it too. Is that was his significant other now again, there's no excuse for this but Kareem hunt, and this gal they weren't like romantically involved. Okay there. There was a disagreement. You know, apparently tossed around my point is the Ray rice stuff. It's almost even more shocking because this is supposed to be somebody that you love and care about still married, right? That's what I'm saying. You're in a partnership to protect the whereas opposed to somebody just being a complete stranger that you had a disagreement with what you can. I think I think there's got to be a lot of answers. A lot of questions answered by Kareem hunt and not verbally by actions right in how. Have you address certain things? How have you gone about counseling? How you know if he's out all next year, then good for him. Yeah. Because then it maybe his message is being passed. You know, you know from from team to team. I just see. He's too young and talented and we've discussed talent over all this crap. Sure. I think it's going to end up being that he's gonna play and the other part of it too is I thought that the Lisa Saulters sit down that was way too soon for me. It was like it was just so, but it's so soon it's so perfect for Lisa Saulters to get it all, of course. But even though they made they went out of their way to say, you heard her in the interview say you requested this interview. So that was Kareem hunt reaching out to them saying how I wanna get a message out. And I felt like it was total damage control one. Oh one. He's just trying to me. Then who was it? Right. Yeah. That's see. That's the thing. Like, no. It's not you. It was you you can say that was out of character for me. That's not a representation of who. I am. But no, my man, there's a connect there because that was you, and that's why you're not employed by the Kansas City Chiefs anymore, and that but see that's the one thing that I feel very comfortable saying that is you that is your character. Under percent, you do that. That's your character. That is that is a part of it from the beginning. You have that in you there? Literally do not have that in me. I know that you're right me. Neither thankfully, but you're right. There's only there's there's the kind of people that will in the kind of people that won't. And so to say that that's not you now my man that is you and I just felt like right now. This was the time for Kareem hunt. Make your statement. Hey, the chiefs were right to do what they did. I was in the wrong. Okay. Cool like and then say, hey, I'm gonna make this right? I know it's going to take a long time. But I will make this right? I'm going to make some changes. If that's what we heard from Kareem hunt. And then we didn't hear from again for six months. I'm cool like, and then don't tell me show me show me the changes that you've made. Hey, I went to counseling I'm volunteering at a shelter. Whatever it is I'm a battered women's shelter. Whatever it is to show us. You understand the severity of it. And it's not all poor me. I lost my job in the NFL. It's poor victim of my heinous assault. And the fact that I don't have a job in the NFL is the right thing because I was way out of line. I felt like he was trying to do some like PR. Reparation campaign, and I just felt like it was so ill time. And when she asked him directly about what happened. He just basically iterative that he didn't matter. What happened? And it's like, no, dude. It absolutely matters. What happened? That's why we're all year right now. Ready for our society right now, they don't even six five. Oh, let's talk about Steph night. Not women beaters fellas. All right. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. Like that that right there alone. I it just says we're uncomfortable talking about it. But it needs to be talked about an address. Yeah. And to me the moment, you ignore it. There's so many things that you know, how can how can the NFL do better and get the message across in. And and try to help out. Why think it it obviously starts younger? And if I'm NFL, I'm

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Qatar will pull out of OPEC amid tension with Saudi Arabia

BBC World Service

00:49 sec | 4 years ago

Qatar will pull out of OPEC amid tension with Saudi Arabia

"And a few hours time will be attended by around forty heads of state and government. Matt McGrath is in Katowice so David at Andrews appearances designed to help. Connect does often remote climate talks process to the concerns and ideas of people all over the world as well as the celebration television presenter around forty heads of state and government will address the conference always stressed. The urgency of negotiators making progress on the rules of the Paris climate pact. These rules are intended to ensure that all countries measure and report their emissions in the same way. And that all keep their promises without agreement on the rulebook. The Paris deal could become toothless when it comes into force in twenty twenty delegates. Here will also want to see greater efforts from countries to increase their emissions to cut carbon before then. The head of Britain's secret intelligence service m I six is to accuse Russia of adopting a stance of perpetual confrontation with the west in a speech in Scotland on Monday, Alex younger is expected to warn Russia and any other state intent and subversion not to underestimate the determination of Britain and its allies. Researchers in Britain say a new stem cell technique cooed offer, an effective and non invasive treatment for people suffering from osteoarthritis the first scientific trial to be carried out on human tissue suggest patient's own cells could be used BBC news. Many thanks for the latest pillow, and well continues they Lawrence and shaima with you this morning more from Holland on that meeting of climate change. Also after an embarrassing failure of the Soyuz launch will speak to Sarah Raynsford in Moscow, but what we can expect second time round end a report from Baghdad I went to the Iraqi capital to speak to some women in a secret women's shelter the dangers of being there in a conflict zone, but also of being in constant danger about pursued being pursued by traffickers and the family members that they've escaped all of that is coming up in this half hour. Let's starts with one of the greatest threats to humanity climate change that is and that's according to the United Nations secretary general delegates delegates from around the world are gathering in Poland for the cop twenty four a big climate change conference in the country. Yeah. The global summit is the next step following on from the Paris agreement in two thousand fifteen where for the first time all countries signed up to a single document and promised to limit global warming and cut carbon emissions by twenty thirty. The Paris rules at kickin in twenty twenty just in case you hadn't got it. The president of the summit Mikhail cotija says the need for action is urgent. We are here to enable the word to act together on climate change to reach together the goals of the convention. We agreed. We all have to act, but the questions as to how to do it remind on the table. The United Nations secretary general is counting on us all of us to deliver. There is no plan. We've been speaking to Eliza Gilbert who is on her way to Katowice the conference goes on for two weeks, at least she is director of policy at the Grantham climate institute is a think tank linked to Imperial College. In london. How much of the conference is going to be about drawing up the rules and how much is about political. Maneuvering most of what needs to be finalized. This. This week is the technical rules, and we had a build up of that ever since the Paris agreement in two thousand fifteen so a lot of the technical work is being done in. There's some drafts on the table. But it's the political maneuvering that's going to seal the deal, really. And a lot of the final decision. They came by the technical rules is related to how much for example, transparency different countries around the world are living give their colleagues on how their emissions are moving along. Now, the final seal is that is a crucial thing because a vital part of the Paris agreement was that each country, basically decided. What it needs to do it decides? How far it's going to get the sort of carbon emissions down and the aim to reduce the temperature. But how it does it is up to each country. So what about this issue of how you make the rules? Stick does every country basically have to trust every other country in a way. Yes. This is the challenge of the global Commons or taking care of our planet. Together, we do need to do this in a cooperative manner. There is obviously an element of trust. But there were lots of different reasons, why individual countries should want to do this. Anyway, a lot of the research that we and our colleagues have produced show that interest of your eventual economic growth and the health of your citizens to also progress along this path. So we have a lot of confidence that there's also lots of good reasons, why does individual countries should be doing. And yet. I mean, one just to take one tiny example, the riots in Paris that we've seen over the weekend. Paris. Of course, where this great agreement was made that partly driven by people's unhappiness and having to pay green taxes, which everyone at the conference would agree is a good idea to reduce consumption of diesel fuel. If you see one of the richest countries in the world having riots in the street and civil insurrection because of ultimately, what is a climate change policy. What are the prospects for the rest of the world? Don't you definitely raise a very interesting point there. I think one of the reasons why this is a strong international agreement is because of allows flexibility, the national level for leaders to do what they think fits their national context that means that individual politicians have to leave that quite delicate step forward in a way that that their citizens by into is there any way that for example, Poland can hit its targets and still employ nine hundred thousand people in Catta widsom, digging dirty coal out of the ground. Eventually every country needs to head towards that net zero emissions. And that means that Cole is very eventually on its way out. There's a lot of sensitivity, and especially because the hostess year to understanding what we call just transition, which is how we can move to a lower carbon future whilst protecting the livelihood and helping the people involved in those kinds of industries maintain a sort of a healthy, Peter you've outlined what some of the difficulties will be I understand that. There's also the disbursement of money because obviously particularly developing countries some of the country's most severely at risk are expecting to get money. Some of these hundreds of billions of dollars of money that has been already shed yield and promised, particularly by the wealth wealthier countries to pay for the changes. How is that going to be done? This is a tricky area. There was an international fund a several international funds. But one particular international fund set up around the time of Paris to try disperse money getting money out to the right people quickly enough and the money into that fund is always challenging we've also seen some strong national funds set up. We've got one in the UK our international climate fund. Here is quite good at trying to figure out how to disperse money to the right places, effectively gain working with this political strength of partnerships between countries who are good at working together. And also strengthening what we call the learning partnership. So these sort of developing countries sharing knowledge and information themselves on how to deliver effectively once they've been given these funds at least Gilbert on her way to capture beats director of policy at the Grantham climate institute of Imperial College London.

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