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Houston Fire Department Chief: 'Perfect Storm' as holiday brings record quarantine amidst staffing crisis
"Zampagna Zampagna is is requesting requesting residents residents to to not not set set off off firecrackers firecrackers or or fireworks fireworks this this year year due due to to covert covert 19 quarantine His forces Air 98 firefighters shorter, full staffing for the shift reporting to work this morning. They'll fill it by paying overtime hours but need the community's help in preventing fires. And tonight's annual capital Forthwith will include two performances by Houston's own Yolanda Adams. News on
Dallas Women Arrested During George Floyd Protests Challenge State Anti-Rioting Law In Class Action Suit
"In a bid to persuade courts to declare Texas, anti-rioting law unconstitutional. Three protesters sued the city of Dallas yesterday. Same police erroneously used riot charges and other offenses to jail them violating their free speech Rights Dallas Residents Lily Katina's Yolanda. Yolanda mcgriff and Meghan nor dyke were featured in Dallas. Morning News story that raised questions about arrests on May. Thirtieth during protests over George Floyd's death under the knee of apples officer hours after the June, Twelfth Story was published Dallas. Police said they were dropping the charges. The lawsuit filed in the US District Court in Dallas marks the first Texas effort in roughly forty years to test the legitimacy of the anti writing statute, arguing that the law is. Is overly broad and concessionaire, innocent people
Dallas ISD cafeteria workers make Time’s cover
"Six food service employees at Dallas's T. W. brown middle school will be featured on the cover of time magazine's heroes of the front lines addition which will which is the April twentieth edition brown's calf brown cafeteria manager Yolanda Fisher and five of her assistance that will be on one of the five covers that is focusing attention on those who are putting themselves at risk during the Copa nineteen crisis the district has served one million a grab and go meals over the past two weeks it's fantastic you know we may think of immediately you think of healthcare workers and first responders right but there's so many groups of people who are putting themselves at risk I think at a grocery store workers you bet absolutely you bet it did do you know right in people's faces the aleve Longwell summer separated a little bit about plexiglass but it's not much of plexiglass I don't know if you noticed in the stores are not yeah these front there are all kinds of
Bryce Harper has no regrets entering Year 2 with Phillies: 'Just so happy to be here'
"Mind a calendar year after Philadelphia made so many big moves Bryce Harper ended up there they were the focus of much of the offseason storyline I guess last year you couldn't go anywhere Scott without people saying what do you think Miller Machado Harper Machado are gonna end up now the Phillies seemingly after a disappointing year managerial change finer the radar a bit is is that fair to say still an incredible amount of talent secure for Bryce Harper but I find them kind of intriguing in a division that's just loaded loaded loaded loaded yeah I mean that that that east is going to be very interesting I mean I was at Matt's camp I think the day before I was in Jupiter perhaps it was either the day before I saw the cardinals or the day after I mean the Mets rotation I've got like six or seven starters buying for five spots you know it's not just a gram center guard but it's strong man and I mean even Rick Porcello who has a sigh young on his resume and or sell and and and Michael Walker and you know I mean it pieces could fall together well there you know Atlanta is done really well the last couple years and yeah I mean in clear water today you know a ton of optimism I mean you know you would think you know Bryce Harper is kind of on the Manny Machado program both of them had such chaotic offseasons a year ago that you know you would think with everything calmed down yeah baby our world in his second year have a have or even you know better year last year or so so some of these numbers you know we were pretty good but others by his standards warrant I'm talking to him today yeah the biggest thing disappointed in him as he finished with a less than a hundred walks in he said there's no way I should ever have less than our walk so yeah that suggested that he would you know he was kind of maybe a little too eager not as patient last year but you think of our comes back big thing with them is that somebody injuries last year you don't have a conscience back yes I don't know if he's gonna be ready for the start of the season but he should be ready shortly there after yeah Koch and you know they were her last year with with this many you know knee injury Arianna was hurt hello while last year the young couple their relievers war the LG but if I get a little bit of good good lot of hell yeah JT real Miro's probably that is gonna catchers there is in the game right now and yeah you put him in Bryce Harper yeah add a DD Gregorius from the Yankees he'll play shortstop and she's a girl bounce over to sac and there's there's a lot to like about this team you know I heard all of the bounce back year but they added yeah nation as well Yolanda talent we will get over that side this you were there last year and holy cow you just you know look at and what they have on paper all of the guys they can throw at you during the spring so these games when you see you know twenty five thirty guys it's it's remarkable so that that division is going to be some to see and I don't know make maybe the nationals team that actually won the World Series maybe they're fine under the radar as well because of everything so maybe some you know sleeping giants in the NL east from a storyline standpoint yeah exactly I mean you're right I will talk about the bats in the Phillies and and yeah all the national there yeah and by the way there already we're dealing like the forgotten team looks like you're right could you imagine he's going to beat them last year and then this all came out and they were sharing a complex is all that would be so bad that it would be first of all you're right just in the west Palm Beach it would be really awkward at that complex second of all for baseball I mean thank god I didn't wait a second time in three years last year that would be it would be even worse than it is right now Scott Miller from bleacher report Turner sports big league
Super Bowl Sunday 2020 national anthem: Demi Lovato set to sing 'The Star Spangled Banner' in Miami
"At halftime the national anthem with demi Lovato in America the beautiful with Yolanda Adams each performance on with video we'll go live on Spotify apple in you too right after they happen and if you want to actually own a copy for some unknown reason or just download on apple music the NFL say in this is really crazy NFL's would be if you were wondering are we really that wrapped up in social media yes the NFL says they're going to print we on the confetti for the celebration after the game and if you want your tweet to possibly be included just tweet tweet as tag hash tag NFL Twitter yeah so when they drop eight hundred pounds of fatty you'll be able to just Superbowl party to point to your friend or two there's a line that your friend is that one right there to forty mine severability that what are you going to do next year hi
"For Your Reconsideration" Week
"This week's theme is for your reconsideration. The curator is Donde from luminary. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Yolanda. Monday's episode comes from metaphysical milkshake and is called. Can you honor indigenous faiths without being a jerk. It's thirty four minutes long in this episode. rainn Wilson Resin Ostlund have one question. How do we honor and embrace embrace indigenous faiths without becoming like Kevin Costner? How can we become more than dilettantes? With dream catchers Kevin Locke is an artist Hoop dancer musician musician. Educator and cultural ambassador for his Lakota an Amish on Beirut's he joined the pod to share what we can do to better understand our indigenous faith traditions and how out to see our spiritual heritage in all the land around us. Join the conversation using Hashtag. Metaphysical an email your thoughts to metaphysical milkshake at soul pancake. GEICO DOT COM. Tuesday's episode comes from on second thought with Trevor Noah and is called prison break. It's forty four minutes long in this episode. Trevor and David David discussed their ideas for improving. Prison then talk about alternatives to incarceration Danielle Sarid founder of common justice. Wednesday's episode comes from from under the skin with Russell brand and his called science capitalism. And God with Neil degrasse Tyson. It's one hundred twenty one minutes long. Here's the description. This week's guest on under the skin is the infamous astrophysicist Neil degrasse Tyson. He's pretty amazing. He was promoting his book letters from an astrophysicist but he was much more than and being a focused and dedicated educator I enjoyed talking to him. Thursday's episode comes from here to slay with Roxane gay and Tracy McMillan Cottam him and his called all. Your faves are problematic. It's fifty three minutes long this week on the show Tracy and Roxanne take on the Popeye's chicken sandwich and all of its glory as well as the problematic takes that have come along with it. Friday's episode comes from the seaward with Lena Dunham and Alison Bennett and is called Lady Rosemary. Aber door it's fifty three minutes long in this episode Rosemary. Obrador seemed to most like a shy awkward wallflower but underneath drab exterior lurked an appetite for Jules parties parties and larceny born into an unassuming middle-class English home rosemary secretly stole thousands of pounds to fund her glamorous identity as titled Aristocracy. That's Lady Lady Aberdeen to you. Lena analyst Cover Rosemary's wild parties outrageous schemes her ultimate downfall and discuss what it's like to feel unseen and unappreciated those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Yolanda for this week's theme for your reconsideration
"yolanda" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Mother Yolanda Carr says while she knows the process is not over she's pleased with the grand jury's decision we got audio writing about baby it's not the ana was in her own home in fort worth when dean came around the side of the house responding to a welfare check request and without ever announcing himself as a police officer he shot her to death through a window after seeing her with the gun dean is currently free on bond no word on when his trial will begin Andrew Greenstein newsradio ten eighty K. are all the many investigate a conversation between the outgoing Texas house speaker Dennis Bonnen and a conservative activists and and figure in it concludes bond in all likely violated Texas law but doesn't recommend any criminal prosecution cal gills informasi muse as bond in offered media credentials to a group led by an activist what bond and is accused of is attempting to accept or solicit again after a favor in exchange for official action in other words a quid pro quo those credentials would have gone to the group if some Republican members of the Texas house it would target those member the Texas house during the twenty twenty primaries then cops a traffic stop at thirty five this week ends up with a massive amount of drugs police say they pulled over an S. U. V. on on I thirty five E. on Thursday because one of its brake lights was broken officers noticed several large plastic containers filled with liquid inside the vehicle and after their drug sniffing dog gave an alert they tested that material and found it to be liquid methamphetamine each of the twelve plastic containers have between forty and fifty pounds of the illegal drug the driver twenty nine year old Adan Martha Alvarez has been charged with delivery of a controlled substance Stephen Pickering news radio ten eighty KRLD had a couple issues on two eighty seven we check the traffic and weather together on the eighth next security threats are everywhere with Xfinity X. by you're notified of threats your in home wifi network to all your connected devices are protected that's simple easy awesome go online call one eight hundred Xfinity or visit today.
NCAA rejects Missouri appeal, postseason ban looms
"The NC double a rejected an appeal by the university of Missouri to limit or overturn the sanctions for the infractions tied to the case of a former tutor at the football baseball and softball teams were banned from the post season the entire athletic department was placed on probation and Missouri was docked scholarships and given recruiting restrictions the case dates back to two thousand sixteen when tutor Yolanda Kumar acknowledged she had violated NC double a rules by doing coursework in ensuring athletes in football baseball and softball past the courses they needed to pass what do you make of this ruling storable this is a case where Mizzou flag the problem Mizzou took it to the NC double a cooperated with them throughout the process of this and this is one rogue tutor their schools North Carolina they had an entire course work where they were cheating for their athletes not just a slap on the wrist there Mississippi state I mean you you the proportionality of the NC double a is is ridiculous if this had been a premier college athletic program no way you're going to have this kind of sanction and four zero could cooperate what messages that said to all the other schools will tells me you don't cooperate with the NC double a if you find a problem you cover it up because it you know this the NC double a is a is a mafia bases get out the mafia run organization it needs to be massively reform if not done away with all together on I think you're right about that and I think that's a continue this is just a another brick in that wall of people who are going to be angry about what the NC double is up
Gigi Hadid and Tyler Cameron go to dinner with Serena Williams
"We're gonna talk primarily at demi a little bit but the next bachelor but before we do that i just wanted to a tyler update because andrew and i talked about tyler on monday and have personal update and be i wanna talk about rather just the latest in his celebrity meteoric rise personal update tyler along our housing may tyler love. You thank you great guy. There's that second of all tyler certainly not going to be the bachelor because he is still dating gee-gee hadid. They've gone out to dinner with friends. Including at-bat the matt james nine one nine and bucking serena williams one of the most famous most successful best living humans we have. I cannot believe it a million. What was your reaction to tyler hanging out with. Serena williams who's like probably the one of one of the best living athletes yeah. Maybe one of the best athletes it's ever gonna put a gender qualifier yeah. No i was speechless. I am a huge serena williams fan. I like i'm not like super nintendo but i'm like into to her and i want her to break all the records and she's so awesome and i'm just i'm just like oh my god it was it was incredible. I just i'm so happy for him. I'm so happy for bachelor nation. It's just very like this feels like some kind of like hey we're here finally and people saluted except that bachelor nation is a big deal okay. Thank you bachelor celebrities. You can't get rid of them. They're they're legit so now. G g has legitimizing them but one thing i've been thinking a lot about is she's like a friend of reality t._v. and formerly on reality t._v. herself which i feel kind of overlooked but when you launder was on the real housewives gee-gee was all over it. That was not like random. Oh no no no. I mean like we got the iconic nick moment when g g had like a going away birthday party for college or something and you'll here's the piece of cake and it was literally the size of an almond yeah. Have you ever google you llandough and she was in her heyday as a model. Yes i have actually she was gorgeous. Yeah can't imagine growing up under with evatt hanging over you sure i will say this though they kind of like. I think it was a run on. She was like the ninety supermodels naomi cindy yolanda. It is like really you'll onda your maga yeah. I don't know about that. She was on the same level. That's true and just tyler is like i don't know this just takes him out out of the running for like regular reality t._v. or like the bachelor career trajectory. I don't know what happens to him next. I don't know how long this lasts right biggest task for them. It will be in september because certainly j._j. Will be walking in the many fashion weeks new york london paris so she'll be traveling and like i don't think we can rule out him going with her like that could have now we'll end. He's a model to maybe we'll see him on the runway. I don't know that will be wild if he if he just. I mean he's like today. He put up a lululemon add lululemon partner it would be wilder tyler became a runway model as a result of his new found fame. I don't wanna say as a result of g g. I think think like he could get there on his own shore but it's just wild. I is a i. I now find that like part of my daily. Routine is waking up and checking to see see if tyler is done anything no like what like what's going on today in thailand yes. Maybe it would have done that anyway but like it's just crazy. He's legitimate celebrity. It's wild well. I think he probably likes it. Also jay is nine one nine. Do you follow him on instagram. No why not oh does that his friend who's the football player yahoos yeah. Who's catchy lives on okay well. Maybe i will after this. We'll he's after forty thousand followers literally. He's literally just random guy just like little chillers run yes and he is forty thousand instagram slow followers. That's crazy yeah. I know it is crazy. He's also really handsome. I hope that this is working out for him do we'll maybe lead to get him on the bachelorette. I think that's been like discuss like about to make him a bachelor. I don't i'm so down for that. <hes> <hes> we'll move on from tyler and one second but i just want to note the photos of them at last night which by the way was also namedrop from the new york post this week because i is where katie holmes was allegedly overheard talking about her break up with <hes> jamie fox big-league las geena a hard time believing it's complete coincidence anyway in those photos caroline wozniacki who is also towns player also <unk> serena williams the best friends. She's also there and there's nary a mention of her. It's very sad that's crazier. I know no one had like if you're a tennis fan into the photos. Oh there's caroline wozniacki yet otherwise no mention for her. Wow i mean like i said i'm not huge but i know who she is and like i say she would've voted wedding for christ's sake yeah m._s. Don't totally that's wild that she was even mentioned it stunning
"yolanda" Discussed on Welcome to Day One
"You're listening to the story of Dr Yolanda Surgeon. Robert I enjoyed. This episode is brought to you in partnership with the University of Newcastle's Integrated Innovation Network and as London told me the I two win has been behind her one hundred percent through promoting her work and throw the inflammation Evan Potter to her through the various information sessions on different topics. Everything that was mentioned in the episode today is on Charlotte's page unwelcome today. One DOT COM writing reviews. Help to keep us going the help. More people discover L. Stories. You can write to show on most podcast platforms by going to write day. One DOT com. That's right. They won dot com to leave a rating on the podcast. And thank you for giving this episode of welcome today. One your attention. If he's conducted by Mate Adam Spencer a big thank you to university Newcastle's Integrated Innovation Network partnering with Welcome Today. One to bring you this story and thank you to Dr Yolanda surgeon from red taking the time to sit down today one for an interview and for being involved in this episode. The script was written by Mate Adam Spencer Music by Lee Roosevelt full attribution on our website at welcome today one dot com. This episode was produced by welcome today one and edited by Natalie Holland. Thank you for listening and see you next.
"yolanda" Discussed on Welcome to Day One
"I tell you how it happens. This many sleepless nights. There's a lot of anxiety around how you're gonNA make inmate sometimes There's a lot of pressure on family and friends and into some really good beats as well. But it's a hot task to get to a point where you can as you say your applications and get it out there and scowl to a point where you are offering good to whole bunch of people. I. I'm Adam Spencer and welcome today. One where we get back to the very beginning to share the untold stories of incredible astray in startups and the organizations and people that support them today. You're going to hear the story of your own. The surgeon from Red Bit. Hi I'm Elaine decision. And on the founder of Reddit Dot Yolanda surgeon is a senior electra. Radiation Therapy at the University of Mucosal. She has a bachelor degree in medical radiation technology graduate certificate in Promotion Amass in Health Science Education. A pay high state and she has a title five teaching awards and was awards. Syros breakout female. Signs of twenty seventeen and this offender. Brad Pitt Redford stems from a number of years of research in the area of radiation therapy and the possibility of translating treatments that we use currently humans to animals run fittest going through. Csiro's on accelerator program and is helping train cancer in animals through your London's research we'll talk about all of that and so much more but for now let's go back today. One with this story. I started as a clinician radiation therapist and works clinically for a number of years before I moved back to Newcastle and came across snap as an academic to teach undergraduate students. You'll under study radiation therapy degree here at University of Newcastle. When I graduated I moved to Sydney and worked at Prince of Wales Hospital for a number of years and then from there as mice young people do moved overseas and worked there for a while lived in Barcelona and worked odd jobs in planet. Hollywood and bustle and then I moved to the. Uk isn't most of us. Do to earn some good money working clinically and then do a lot of traveling. I worked in a pub remember multiple jobs enough to know what I wanted to do thereafter when bacteria Australia moved to Sydney again and worked principles once again. And then in time my husband was contracted up to Newcastle. Somebody's got to come back on you for a short period of time. That was two thousand and one. But we decided to stay on. So I came here now started working clinically Newcastle Marshall. And then not long. After that I applied for a job at the University of Newcastle and became an academic. Interestingly enough Uganda originally didn't even want to teach and his Wi- that could never picture myself standing in front of a crowd speaking or lecturing so it was never something that I considered our could do differently. Not Well but I think it's. It's that same patent that I've had throughout my life where I needed something more a challenge to do something different and there it was. I couldn't have done anything more different to what I was doing. Clinically them to come here and teach so anything is later. Uganda is a senior lecturer at the University of Newcastle Teaching Radiation Therapy. To UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS. You Launder is always looking for Eissa. Challenge yourself so when the opportunity comes about to focus more on research and then began her. Phd Yolanda welcomed that challenge and allowed to realize a dream that she had since back before she even started studying at the university. It's interesting story. Actually I wanted to be a vet. That's all I ever wanted Missed out some ridiculous point. Five of a mark. I didn't really consider the options around trying again befalling year so I just invested in a different approach of always being drawn to animals. It was the only thing I ever thought about Wanting there was no other option for me to be quite honest when I did resettle was quite devastated but interestingly of come full circle and now. I work with some new. I wanted to do something that would benefit. Ups are the people or animals for instance so I did a year signs while deciding what to do or fell upon radiation therapy degree which spoke to me about what it would be like to work with cancer patients and following their journey and being so that interested may I enrolled in that and haven't looked back to head always loved animals so when an opportunity for a PhD topic that encompass animals and who feel of study. Come up your launder investigated so in looking for a topic that I wanted to be engaged in considering. Phd's last number of years. I was speaking to a colleague of mine here at the university who mentioned that he had heard that there was a an equine in Sydney who was using type of radiation to treat skin cancers And so I thought I would reach out to the vet make contact with him and save he might have some time for major traveled to Sydney and have a compensation to Become more informed in terms of what it was that he had been doing. That was two thousand nine and I remember because I was heavily pregnant at the time so I approached the equine clinic in through the equine clinic. They helped me connect to the veterinary hospital and that conversation with the Veterinary Clinic. Pretty much decided it feel under. She would conduct a retrospective study on veterinary radiation therapy. It wasn't a simple task to undertake though there were a number of challenges from no connections within the veterinary industry to juggling teaching cream. Managing a research team at the university and the huge task of completing state whilst having a young family and it was about to get a little more complicated with third child on the way. If you think about when I started my page and that was two thousand nine so as a started on my page because like I said I got to the point where I thought what else is there. What else do I need to get into to inspire me to want to get up and get to work and get started on another big project so that was two thousand nine and six months into it. I found out I was pregnant with my third child so that kind of three things out somewhat so had some time off and then came back to work on on it throughout my maternity. Leave where I could and came back to it and really got stuck into it to finish what. Why did I do that? A story just needed something else to inspire me something else to work towards and I think it can get pretty boring if you just doing the same thing die out. I'm always very impressed by people that manage to juggle so many different things so I needed to ask you Linda. How in the world she was doing all of this and I love. Doolan does answer. Thanks for asking that Looking at it was difficult at times. I guess it depends on how you built. So I'm I'm built and driven to to do Sitting idle doesn't sit well with me. addressed by having a lot to do. Even though I'm not complain about it sometimes is if you don't give me up to complain even more about that looking at and I could see purpose in what I was doing could say that. There was not only innate but that could offer something to people that I'm no longer connected to because I'm not a clinician and still have that sense of satisfaction. Doing.
"yolanda" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69
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Betting Shops Are Thriving In Venezuela As Hyperinflation Roils The Economy
"Four million people have now fled Venezuela. They departed a country that is rich oil and other resources which now faces political and economic chaos. This is a story of the millions who remain how do they get through their days when goods are scarce in their money is almost worthless and Philip Breeze put the question to people in the capital city Caracas Simone Jazz calls himself a pure gambler. He's twenty two and says we'll help with that. He survives by betting horses right now. Jazz gaze is fixed on one particular horse on a T._v.. Screen above us. It's called blue eyes and it's running in the four thirty in the nearby city of Valencia. The race begins. Lou Is sets off in a cloud of dust carrying within the ocean prayers of Yes who sitting at the table with his friends catching pens racing guys a mobile phones pose betting shop on the east side of Caracas a middle class area where a few Venezuelan still have enough money to try to turn it into little says. He's here to win money to support his. Wife in two year old boy gambling is also an escape pick up with the almost upbringing side will depart from the crisis will around. He says his friend and fellow Gambler. I tail says a chips in size totally says we don't know what's happening outside here. You forget all the craziness yet. Venezuela's craziness is taking a toll here yeah to say like with the laws. If I said we saw no on your immune again though conceal element the lack of power and services bad for business says Danielle Lozano who's the betting shops duty floor manager sometimes sometimes the electricity cuts out in the middle of a race a few years ago. This place was packed with people gambling on all sorts of sports says solid Santo. WHO's thirty six today? There's a handful Venezuela's chronic lack of food medicine the havoc wrought by hyper inflation hard to escape Emmy familias any old my Vincent Percent Solo Simon says more than half his family's left Venezuela. He's wondering whether to do the same I asked him if people have a walk. In here and wager their entire salaries just to try to feed their families C._C._F.. Acre so he thought then Yes yes. He says we see that a lot. The full thirty ends blue eyes the winds to the delight the gamblers surviving in this murky world apart. We've come across town into the real world visit a woman called Yolanda Ronda unanimity seventy. It's an slum with a daughter and grandson in the poor westside cacus the alley that needs to her ramshackle home so narrow you could touch both sides at the same time. God landslide is all about precise calculations about how to stretch tiny resources as far as possible. She buys eggs one time I ask if she can afford meat it is with the United will let me give her first name and weren't to politics. She doesn't want to jeopardize resource that her family depends a food vox provided to the poor by the government of President Nicolas. caboodle distribution is controlled by local officials from the routing Socialist Party rights groups say these officials monitor people and strike them off the list if they criticized the government you landed says her box comes roughly once a month the last one contained laissez eighty oil beans lentils past milk rice sugar to she teases these out over a couple of weeks then tense to her pension with just a few dollars and the even smaller profit her daughter Lake selling vegetables as she pays no rent and almost no utility charges that money or goes on food to survive this a severe shortage of medicine so you'll end up gross herbs in yard that she believes leaves help control pain stomach upsets Jackie Miller winning that can east side of town in the other world. Luck has run out for Gamblers Simone C._B._s. n._F._l.. Says they've just lost race. The five fifteen's underway the hoping to repair the damage these to claim they usually come out on top but there are bad days since assess his family early worries the vast into stock Mucci Moesa many times. Would you say when they said he goes to and all your confuse me. He says he tells him just crested his lack. Do you ever think you're going to run out.
"yolanda" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts
"You're right that produced you're routes candy preach the word court they've committed for the snack kenzi a desert that the whole work can be yolanda said that was the whole word preach can be of course that's my baby girl right there regina says need defined the healthy vision of make it in a funk right before it's time for me to speak with jim industry if the process which you know is warfare girl regina we i need you to come out of it you know so i think that every time you say something that you're grateful for use on it's like watering you're you're you're right in i think that sometimes you're at a point where you're just like why did god do this to me right but to be honest it wasn't god who did the ceo and you made a decision to not go in the half that god proceeding sometimes sometimes and then when you're in that you know that you're gonna stay healthy with scott and you're walking by god's side and then sometimes do other people's hurt hurt you you know because no matter how much god wants us to be whole we have the interact with people who may hurt and sometimes were victims of other people's bad decisions sometimes we make decisions that get us in rich and other times where victim of other people's decisions but you know what it really doesn't matter how you got in the rut you just have a responsibility the time that read into the place that developed show routes word word came presented preaching that wasn't awesome example taxing mother and daughter preaching he has said yes to that decision dan joy you said you better preached can be some make it the beautiful beautiful words so here's one more person that i would love to acknowledge an end 'em people might have heard but this disney actor yeah i'm a point and he had a seizure in his sleep and i just really want to i want it him having amazing like because he looks like in amazing man ansell 'em so i think that even though you see someone tv you don't know what her life really is on so i i just really really want him tap it i really wanna tip japanese live a long life it's really misfortunate that he had her unfortunate that he had a seizure in his sleep totally so will be praying for his family yeah yeah but you know it's awesome is that he left such a great impact on people he used his famous celebrity for good you know so i thought that was important so candy we talked about you may be giving a snack like a word of inspiration maybe we can do it together okay okay so we just want if you think of the men and women who are listening to the podcast or maybe think about those who are watching us on facebook live if you could only tom one thing in life that you would want them to remember forever what would it be.
"yolanda" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"The o'jays Lee Brice Yolanda Adams and the Sesame Street Muppets are among the performers for a capitol fourth that will be carried live on PBS stations from the US capitol Kobe Calais will debut her new country bands gone west bend made Jason Reeves and Calais say they're aware of the president Donald Trump will be holding his own independence day celebration at the other end of the national mall that's cool a different party that is choice then we get gotten at the plate this party our very best to be added I'm on she's our letter a man charged in a murder on the famed Appalachian Trail won't face trial anytime soon James Jordan has been found mentally incompetent to stand trial the thirty year old Massachusetts man allegedly attacked two hikers with a knife on the Appalachian Trail in southwestern Virginia may eleventh a forty three year old man from Oklahoma died after being stabbed several times a female hiker was seriously hurt in the attack Jim chrysalis CBS news to New Jersey judges under fire for how they handled rape cases one of the judges who is male and partially retired questioned whether a sixteen year old Eagle Scout from a good family should face serious consequences for sexually assaulting an intoxicated girl and attack recorded on video the Monmouth County judge suggested it didn't compare to a traditional case of rape which he defined as two or more men forcing the victim at gun point prompting a call that he be removed from the bench the second case involves a female judge in Middlesex County who questioned whether an attack on a twelve year old girl could be considered serious harm because the only damage was the loss of her virginity victims advocates are questioning if these judges are qualified I Jackie Quinn coming.
"yolanda" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"And there's they how do you do the concert in his heels? It's what I shared a love, you know, in a wonderful way, the lady that won them. She came to my next here in London the row festival and she wore the shoes two years later. Another one. So you've talked with Billy ocean temptations era, Brown Beverley Knight and Diana cruel. What have you learned from doing music and some of those situations where legends I from them. Just lent. The work ethic the temptations through the time that they've been legends in in on musical world. They work like three hundred dates of the year and yet give two hundred percent every single time. And how approachable they were if you think of the places they've played the people they've met and the same video Shen they've just rooms are open if I'm walking down the curtain. Oh you land to come in. How you feeling how you doing? How did you find it last night? You know, and I just thought that was amazing because sometimes you meet people, and they think yes, I've to the right to speak to you. But the fact that they would just so approachable I thought I wanna be like that. And I went to work as hard. And then this was my favorite Yolanda also loves to rice 'cause you can usually driving a rice in track hundred days was I mean, do you compete? Well, this is this is now sort of a painful factum e because yes. I love racing you know in in the very early. I used to drive the toll bus I have a band full of guys. But it used to be sort of me driving the tour bus. I remember pulling up in a we're in Scotland, and it was until with the temptations, and they were like shaking the head of the guys like how you letting Dr. But I just love being you know, in the machine I did a show once run Dennis. He was the head of McCarron at the time. And that was kind of my Parkway into the racing world missed go of always wanted to do love the carts. But I always wanted to be a single seats driver. When when I was growing up and from there, I started working on my art license, which is the racing driver's license. Not getting really really close about to take them. And then the touring just took off. So as you say, it's great to be able to do seventy things, but then the passion's sometimes the wayside. So I haven't been on a track day for a little while. But whenever I'm off I'm always ragging, the hours, a love it. If money was no, what's your dream car? What would you be spending touring money? Well, the thing is I would love racing car. Really? You know, even if it was a formula three car, the I can have on the on the weekends. Just go to the check into the boom of the guards. And that would be a dream that intended dream cau-. I love I love the SUV's have been high of the road as well. Which is kind of opposite of racing. I think I would like there's a new Jagua SUV the headline. Anyone listening? You'll under Brown speaking to Thome who and you can find out more about the Drake yonder would by heading to Drake delenda dot org and unders upcoming tour dates Yolanda, Brown dot co or UK. You're listening to the Monica weekly..
"yolanda" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"So within the screen, there's several different layers to create that screen. But once you open that up it's destroyed unless you're an dust free environment. Like, you said an industrial process. There's no way of working. So you replace that whole component should go back to you compositions. They look very meditative, and you did touch on that just now when you spoke about how allows you to kind of focus on something when you arranging them you looking for patents. You consciously avoiding patterns how you go about setting up an image. Taking them apart is very much the process for me. I've done a few where someone had taken them apart for me. But then I don't really have that connection of how they were put together. Or when you when you taking apart you understand how the object came apart. So I try to follow through with how the object is I generally start with the case. Near the center, and then work towards the outsides of the composition. Just so that it looks and I organized as I take it apart organize the pieces in areas. So that when I'm doing the layouts I'm able to put it in the layout like it came of heart. So that it's very. Methodical in that sense. This is kind of mechanics approach. Remember, I was a member of the cadet force when I was at school. And I remember being shown how to strip a rifle, and there's this process by which you, you know, it's the same stripping and engine you you lay everything out in the sequence that it's going to be put back together. Is that something that you wanted to echo? Yeah. I guess consciously. That's something what I wanted to echo again. Once I started this project library, congress sent me an image of a flute that was taking apart in the eighteen hundreds. He would build these fluids put them together and then take him apart. And he document the pieces of it in basically the same sort of way. But it was pretty amazing to see people who work on motorbikes do the same thing because they're always replacing engines and changing things total look to us Q. What was the most surprising tear down? I think I changed this answer every time I answer it. But the typewriter comes to mind, just the all the arms in it. You push this button would push lever this way, and that way, and then eventually finally the type had slams down on the paper just the amount of arms and pieces that came out of that in order to get a simple letter type fuze been the most satisfying. Is there anything that you've really enjoyed giving? You a new perspective on the object, which you've done kind of enjoyed putting together as well. I think the modern technology when I first started the project, it was all about the mechanics, but I felt you really need to explore further. And you can't just stop there. And so then I started venturing into the screens and not okay. This is going to be the same every time, and it is quite similar, but I find that the most satisfying. And I've repaired my phone myself a few different phones, and again, putting I've put back the Amazon echo and got it working. I've got a great video of it all taken apart, but connected just some of the components with wires. And so that it still works. But it looks like it's completely apart. But I think I am appreciative of the modern technology, and how there is for the most part, it's a quality object or quality technology. It can be put back together and made to work again. Thank you so much. It's totally things come apart to point out. Now, you're listening to the monocle weekly or Monaco twenty four. Time now for a tune in a moment, we'll be hearing from saxophonist Yolanda Brown. So this is from how much recent album love politics war with vocals from Phoebe Edwards. This is no.
"yolanda" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"We'll see what. And with Dr blooberg this video and audio about the play is of Minnesota democrat Ilan, Omar, she's a Justice democrat and Robertson's little Mogadishu in it. She's talking. I don't know who the interviewer is about once taking a class on terrorism. Now, this wasn't a class how to be a terrorist. But it was one of these, you know, classes offered on the roots and causes of terrorism and so on and so forth. And so we'll play the audience will discuss the couple of ice agents. Now are in trouble for posting it on. In their social media. Here is Yolanda Omar discussing once taking a class about the root causes of terrorism. I remember when I was in college, I took a terrorism class and. Yeah. There was a there was a class the. You know? Ideology. And so it was it was the thing. That was interesting in the class was every time the professor said al-qaeda, he sort of like his shoulders went up. And. Hospice an expert. And it was. Now, while this wasn't a class on how to be a terrorist and these two ice agents on their social media shared the the post that we just played and how did she get in the country? I'll how was she vetted someone taking classes on terrorism. What I found to be disturbing about that audio and the video is the inappropriate affect your discussing terrorism. Which again, this is an infection. This is a viral infection around the world is killed literally hundreds of thousands of people since nine eleven and then since for the last fourteen hundred years millions of people, and she's laughing and giggling like it's all in there. The all was it a field trip that bin Laden? Oh, yes. Because the ideology they're laughing about it as if it's no big deal. And I think that is just as disturbing to me as if she were to take a class on how to be a terrorist. So these two is reviewing these two agents that posted this on the social media was liked the post was liked by these two agents. Now, they're in trouble for a liking, the the social media posts. But people should really be asking themselves. The question who does that who jokes like that about terrorism taking the class to begin with? And you know, when the professor mentioned Al Qaeda's is Edwin up as drug the shoulders, and it's like it was a big joke. It was a laughing matter. Thousands of people died on nine eleven. Okay. And since that time, hundreds of thousands of more have died.
"yolanda" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"In Chula vista. Hello yolanda. Welcome to the show. What's on your mind? Hi, how are you? I'm well. Thank you. The rabbis from the tree of life. Very clearly that he welcomed the president. Yup. Mayor pittsburgh. And all these other people the mayor of Jewish for him to. You know to be making that plane. There's been one president that has been more for the Jewish people in Israel. I tell you this because I have a friend that called me that day when Trump wine, and they were rejoicing in Israel. Secondly, I'm gonna leave you with my thoughts, and you came from there. They know me. There are about two hundred refugees that made their way to Mexico. From the Congo. And they're being trashed as. They are actually asking for asylum, which I think they might have a legal right to the asylum. They are there and they're being processed between fifteen and twenty. Millennial PCS which is channel twenty five and on Uber's, okay? Okay. On the caravan. Are no more asylum-seekers. I don't know if you saw the. Each way. I interviewed a mother that was bringing her daughter. Early because her daughter was on drugs and she wanted to help or not. Left her other kids in under left four other kid. My dad got six kids. You can't even eat you. And she's got sick more coming for welfare. That's all they're coming. Your comments. Thank you. You too. Listen, there are people who are definitely coming here. Because they want to take advantage of what we offer as a country, and we don't offer asylum because you're escaping poverty. We offer asylum because you are escaping certain murder at the hands of politically oppressive governments or you're part of a minority group that's going to be killed. That's the definition. That's how we do it. That's how we work it out. Everybody else's looking for opportunity. It's the Brentwood. Herbal show him seven sixty talking. Breaking news Jim Sharpe with headlines. Some racist posters were found on Cal State San Marcos campus today, we'll tell you what they did with him next AM.
"yolanda" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Spokeswoman Yolanda Vega even more popular seriously coming up to me wanting to touch me asking me for numbers things like that. The jackpot is now the second highest in US history behind a one point six billion dollar Powerball prize in two thousand sixteen tomorrow night's Powerball though, not too shabby it's up to four hundred thirty million dollars the mega millions drawing is at eleven tonight. Check back with ten ten wins for those winning numbers. The State Department of consumer affairs announces charges against one of the largest for profit colleges in New York lawsuit says Berkeley college preyed on needy students with spoken with people who came out with debt in amounts of like ten thousand twenty thousand and forty thousand dollars many times, they had no idea that we're getting into this debt. That's consumer affairs. Commissioner Laura lie solace explaining that the college used. Aggressive tactics and misrepresented loans as grants and scholarships. As many as thirty students are cited in the lawsuit. We are hoping that more people will come forward and to our litigation will get more information about other people who are impacted by this the Commissioner wants to set up a restitution fund for the affected students. Julia Papa ten ten wins. News an important tool in helping families. Afford college tuition is now available here's correspondent, Daria Albinger. College bound high school senior in your family, you may want to be on the lookout for the FAFSA or federal application for student aid determines your eligibilty for financial aid. And the form that you need to fill out becomes available this month Octavio Blanco with consumer reports says the clock's ticking, the pool of money available is handed out on the first time, I serve aces. This is gonna be very dependent on when you apply for this money.
"yolanda" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"This week Yolanda Vegas's even more popular seriously coming up to me wanting to touch me asking me for numbers things like that the spokeswoman for the New York lottery says mega millions players are snapping up. Tickets ahead of tonight's jackpot, which has soared to a record nine hundred seventy million dollars tomorrow night's Powerball isn't too shabby either it's four hundred thirty million Yulon, meantime, won't be the one drawing. Tonight's winning numbers that takes place in Atlanta at eleven PM. So you want to check back with ten ten wins to see if you one US in Mexican officials agree on a plan to handle the approaching migrant caravan making its way up from Central America. The Mexican ambassador to the US told Fox News that his government has requested the U N agency on refugees help them review asylum claims and establish. This shelters along their southern border with Central America. In response. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo, who's in Mexico today statement, saying they welcomed that move and that the United States stands ready to assist both Mexico and the UNHCR President Trump has been ramping up the rhetoric on immigration on word that's four thousand people or headed to the US from Honduras, administrations frustrated that their policies have not discouraged migrants from flowing into the US a record number of families have been apprehended at border crossings up. Nearly forty percent this summer midterm elections. Now, just two weeks away. Trump's made clear he thinks immigration excites. His base and is good politics tweeting, great midterm issue for Republicans. Correspondent Mary Bruce at a campaign rally in Montana. President Trump lavishes praise on a Republican candidate who was sentenced to both community service and anger management therapy for assaulting a member of the press. Here's correspondent, Ed Donohue. The president called Greg Gianforte a great guy a tough cookie. I had heard that he body slammed. A reporter the guardians. Ben Jacobson it happened last year..
Bill Clinton and Smokey Robinson to speak at Aretha Franklin's funeral
"Plans are coming together for Aretha Franklin's funeral in Detroit. WW J's Vicki Thomas takes. A closer look former President Bill Clinton will speak at the Queen of souls, funeral next Friday Aretha Franklin sang at both of Clinton's inaugural celebrations also set to, speak longtime, friend smokey Robinson, former US. Attorney Eric Holder. Judge Greg Mathis Jesse Jackson Al Sharpton Bishop TD Jakes governor Rick Snyder, mayor Mike Duggan and the list goes on. Bishop Charles Alice the third is pastor of greater grace temple where the funeral. Will be held, and he says it'll be. A long service it is absolutely amazing the way. These things evolve but when you deal with people who, have been given much much has been required them and they have met those requirements, in terms Being so gracious to to to, be a public person trying to live a private life and to accommodate people You know these services you. Can't put them in a box and you can't put them in one hour he's gotta is, what it is, and so just how long I. Think it's going to be right up there with Rosa Parks his funeral service and. That was, about six hours I just don't see how you can you know this person is is just huge you know she's. Just somebody that the world loves and everybody wants to know this to know that here this debt and accommodate so it's going, to be, what, it's, going, to be, a, laundry list, of performers, will pay, tribute to the Queen of soul including shock Akon faith Hill's Stevie Wonder Jennifer Hudson Fantasia Yolanda Adams Shirley Caesar the. Clark sisters and Jennifer Hudson to name a few musical tributes from both gospel artists as well as secular artists all. Of the, songs will be gospel songs that that that that will be saying minute them in celebration of her of course her amazing grace album with James Cleveland back in the mid seventies that. That album zone I don't know how many million millions. And listen that album is still continuing right now to this day and, probably wanna, have, a, great, resurgence you, know, now that, the Queen, has made, a transition and he reminds everyone that the service is not open to the public it is private family and close. Friends and again they are continuing to evolve that list and and we're waiting to get the final list and once. We get, this we'll we'll see what happens Thanks four thousand real seats here agree resemble
Bill Clinton and Smokey Robinson to speak at Aretha Franklin's funeral
"Look President Bill Clinton will speak at the Queen, of souls funeral next Friday Aretha Franklin sang at both of Clinton's inaugural celebrations also, set to, speak longtime friend, smokey Robinson. Former US Attorney. Eric Holder judge Greg Mathis Jesse Jackson Al Sharpton Bishop TD Jakes governor, Rick Snyder mayor Mike Duggan and the list. Goes on Bishop Charles Ellis the third is pastor of greater grace temple where the funeral will, be held and he says. It'll be a long service it is absolutely amazing the, way these. Things have evolved you know but when you deal with, people who have been given much much has been required them and they have met those requirements in terms of being so, gracious To to to be a public, person trying. To live a private life and to accommodate people these, kind of services you can't put them in a box and you can't put them in one hour He's gotta is what it is and so just how long I think it's going to be. Right up there with Rosa Parks his funeral service and that was about six hours I, just don't see how you can This, person is is just huge you know. She's just, somebody that, the world loves everybody wants you know to know this to know that. Here this to the net and accommodate so he's going be what it's going to be in a laundry list of performers will, pay tribute to the, Queen, of soul, including, shock a, faith Hill's, Stevie Wonder, Jennifer Hudson Fantasia Yolanda Adams Shirley Caesar the Clark sisters and Jennifer Hudson to name a few musical tributes from both. Gospel artists as well as secular artists all the songs will be gospel songs that that that that will be saying. A minute, them in celebration of her of course, her amazing grace album with revenue James Cleveland back in. The mid seventies that that album sold I don't know how many million millions and listen bad album is still continuing right now to this day. And probably, wanna have a great resurgence you know now that the Queen has made a transition and. He reminds everyone that the service is Is not open to the public it is private yes family and close friends and again they are continuing to evolve that list. And and waiting to get the final list once we get that finalist we'll we'll see what happens Pair four thousand. Real seats here agree resemble
For God or party? China's Christians face test of faith
"Two one five five These really army is struck HAMAs post, in the Gaza Strip killing two members of the groups militant wing video released by the Israeli military shows two men and a watchtower said to be in northern Gaza and puffs of smoke because one appears to open fire it then constituted of a shell hitting the. Post and an explosion HAMAs confirmed that two of its fighters were killed in. The past four months there's been an upsurge in violence along, the Gaza border, BBC's Yolanda Nell reporting Christians in China. Are sharing firsthand accounts now from the, frontlines of them bishops new effort by the ruling communist party to dictate the practice. Of faith in China, one church they say was destroyed by local authorities. Arm with electric saws Christians in one, role township were persuaded I should say through so-called thought reform to replace their Jesus posters with portraits of president Xi Jinping breaking news and analysis. Hat townhall, dot, com A radar the New, Mexico desert compound turned up eleven children wearing rags living in filth Jacobson is a cabinet secretary for New Mexico's department of children youth and family We have, a situation where children's most basic needs aren't being met it's it's absolutely it's heartbreaking it's frustrating and they say the right also broke open a bizarre. Tale of. Guns extra schism and a search for. A missing boy who, suffers from seizures. And has now nowhere to be found Clayton county police sergeant, Ashanti marver easier Imedi also has developmental and cognitive delays voice father, was wrong five people arrested after the raid. It happened near the border with Colorado looking to Wall Street another. Strong session shaping. Up right. Now the Dow Jones industrial average up by more than one hundred and sixty points, the NASDAQ up by twenty three in the s. and p. five hundred right now up by eleven points breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com This.
Why Miranda Lambert Refused to Discuss Gwen Stefani Publicly for So Long
"W i n t caller number three is my winner of a pair of atlas cinema movie tickets runny three and change after the hour here on wednesday july fourth jv get together this is katharine mcphee singing yes while that but she's known for she's currently starring in waitress on broadway she's engaged to composer david foster has not be news he was on the show scorpion on cbs she'd been smash nbc's he's thirty four foster sixty eight so little age difference there he's been married four times and the last time was g g umbrella hadid mother yolanda beverly housewife and so this is fifth trip down the aisle mary bj cook from seventy two to eighty one rebecca dyer from eighty to eighty six linda thompson from from ninety one to two thousand five and so got divorced last may from ms indeed he was married once nothing here's the there's so many creepy things about this okay yes he's thirty four years older than she is she doesn't have a baby yet you know that at some point she's gonna wanna baby so we'll see how that goes and the other thing is she was married once before to a guy named nick coca from two thousand eight two thousand sixteen on mr foster played piano for them at their wedding oh my god there's so many creepy levels devesh craves she was in that show that musical show what was it called i yeah yeah nbc smack and she had an affair with the director of smash that's how her marriage broke up oh wasn't from having an affair with i love having affairs tiresome by twenty five past the hour let's get to some music news somebody everybody likes justin timberlake has dropped a surprise track just in time for the fourth of july just made a surprise bid for the song of the summer song is called soulmate that were playing here yes sounds like other stuff song samba i kind of liked it a lot of people said it sounds like a lionel richie song which it really does to me there's a lot of energy i always like his dancing songs better than his man of the woods staff like his kind of country folk stop i'm not really a fan of but i like this yeah fans online quick to point out the keyboards on the song were reminiscent of a classic lionel richie get i can't remember the name of the song now do you know the song i'm trying to my mind i always have a hard time separating lionel ritchie makamba doors so and i think the line originally i think of their music not his own frankly i'm not a good one to ask anyway yesterday was the first day of the european leg of his tour so it's a good time for him to get more attention right so this is not in the man of the woods album is out all this is from a new at least the idea would be it would be in the new album the song single okay so that's the justin timberlake news miranda lambert his on the stub breaking her silence letting her music do the talking which is why she was noticeably quiet following the split from great or blake shelton the weight of these wings year later now she's sitting moving on with gwen stefani was one of the reasons behind her silence she told the head of the of the music company always going to talk to anyone and i didn't you said came out this week i came into my manager's office at i'm not speaking anyone until they hear this record i thought that was fair all the sad moments were there all the truth was right in those songs only had to do is listen i didn't need to say anything but the music was out i got on the phone for the first debut for his question was already gwen i hung up that makes a statement cheating and probably be a pretty bad relationship with somebody that she obviously cared a lot about then happens anyway miranda lambert breaking her silence on the breakup some three years later twenty eight after the hour.
Controversial Dr. J. Marion Sims statue removed from Central Park
"In our prayed for a few years a commission studying controversial statues pointed by mayor de blasio recommended the statue be removed from central park here i'm scott pringle for seven ten double the or california the trump administration clashing when it comes to putting national guard troops on the border us customs and border protection officials say california governor jerry brown has rejected the terms of the trump administration's initial request to deploy troops california national guard spokesman says state officials have not rejected anything since brown agreed to deploy four hundred troops as long as there's no involvement with immigration police in westchester searching for a babysitter ever mount vernon toddler was found dead in his family's apartment was the little boy's mom who made the shocking discovery when she got home from work monday evening her two year old unconscious and unresponsive he was pronounced dead at a hospital news four new york says the man who was babysitting told the mom to tell police someone else was watching him then slipped out of the hospital no word yet on how the boy died in autopsies being done i'm sara lee kessler for seven ten w o r and today jury deliberations are beginning in the trial of an upper west side nanny charged with killing two children who were in her care jury deliberations began today in the trial of yolanda ortega slash carbonates allies during closing arguments assistant da stewart's silbert argued ortega plan the murders of leo and lulu krim in twenty twelve while her attorney said she heard voices telling her to kill the children as a result of psychosis and depression anger was also a motive according to prosecutors who claim moore tak was upset with the children's mother for overworking her at least acted morosini seven ten wwl warr pretty chilly just forty six degrees the forecast coming up philsopher here the lynch has left me with tons of inventory that's gonna go it's time for.
"yolanda" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"On the hour on the half and when it breaks i'm julie slater live from the kfi twenty four hour newsroom an on campus apartment building at cal state northridge has been damaged by fire firefighters say the fire apparently started in the community kitchen around five thirty last night sprinklers in the building were able to put out the fire but flooded all four floors thousands of people across the nation have taken to the streets for the march for our lives rallies in washington dc martin luther king junior's granddaughter yolanda renee king spoke to the crowd his children will not be judged by the color their skin but by the concept of their character dreamed that elevenyearold naomi weather from virginia told the crowd in dc what she did to protest gun violence in my friend carter to walk at an elementary school on the fourteenth we walked out for eighteen minutes adding a minute to honor cortlandt airing tin an african american girl who is the victim of gun violence in your school in alabama after the parkland shooting those attending rallies yesterday we're demanding action by lawmakers on gun control laws march for our lives was organized after the school shooting in parkland where seventeen people were killed at marjory stoneman douglas high news brought to you by norm reeves honda superstore the president of the motion picture academy is fighting back against sexual harassment allegations multiple trade publications say john bailey sent a memo to a steph friday denying varieties report that three separate harassment accusations were lodged against him with the academy's board bailey acknowledged one complaint but said.
"yolanda" Discussed on KOMO
"And activism tens of thousands of people marched all over our great nation demanding an end to gun violence and mass shootings in schools young people speaking their minds it was a day of inspiration data remember and a time to look to the future in washington dc where parkland school shooting survivors were joined by hundreds of thousands of people we begin with one surprise speaker martin luther king junior's granddaughter yolanda renee king his children will not be done by the color of their skin but by the concept of their character to see the movement that's going on to see the kids leading the adults leading the politicians it's inspiring and i'm very optimistic i really do believe there's going to be changed i really do think we can do something six minutes and twenty seconds with an ar fifteen and my friend carmen would never complain to me about practice aaron fights would never call kira miss sunshine these walkouts have been criticized they've been told that is a disruption to the educational process and i say to them the real disruption to the educational process staring down the barrel of a gun bullets started flying in and i was in third classroom today one of my fellow falling ego named nncholas dora it would have been his eighteenth birthday today and i dedicate my march to him i have watched for years has gone by it's continues to take a toll on communities across the country for me i would like to not worry about dying and focus on math and science pre in basketball with my friends me and my friend carter let a walk at an early in the fourteenth we walked out for eighteen minutes adding a minute to honor kirtland arrington an african american girl who is the victim of gun violence in your school in alabama after the parkland shooting we stand in the shadow of.
"yolanda" Discussed on KOMO
"And activism tens of thousands of people marched all over our great nation demanding an end to gun violence and mass shootings in schools young people speaking their minds it was a day of inspiration a data remember and a time to look to the future in washington dc where parkland school shooting survivors were joined by hundreds of thousands of people we begin with one surprise speaker martin luther king junior's granddaughter yolanda renee king that his children will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the concept of their character to see the movement that's going on to see the kids leading the adults leading the politicians it's inspiring and i'm very optimistic i really do believe there's going to be changed i really do think we can do something six minutes and twenty seconds with an ar fifteen and my friend carmen would never complain to me about piano practice aaron fights would never call here miss sunshine these walkouts have been criticized they've been told that is disruptions in the educational process and i say to them the real disruption to the educational process staring down the barrel of a gun bullets started flying in third classroom today one of my fellow fallen ego named nncholas store it would have been his eighteenth birthday today and i dedicate my march to him i watched the years go by is continues to take a toll on communities across the country for me i would like to not worry about dying focus on math and science and pre in basketball in my friends me and my friends harder let a walk at an early in the fourteenth we walked out for eighteen minutes adding a minute to honor cortlandt arrington an african american girl who was the victim of gun violence in your school in alabama after the shooting.
"yolanda" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs
"Okay bosses i was shocked when emily shared with me this week that she wants had a coaching client who had a stack of unsaid invoices for clients and they were like months old she was a literally leaving money on the table now i don't know about you buses listening but i've got bills to pay and sometimes it can be hard to see on top of billing not to mention getting over the anxiety of asking someone for money even if you earned it and this is why i love fresh books cloud accounting so much it makes billing your clients so easy professional and even automated fresh books has so many invoicing features including getting paid a deposit of front setting up recurring invoices for retainer clients and even being able to see when a client has opened their invoice try fresh books claude accounting for free by going afresh books dot com slash being boss and enter being boss in the how did you hear about a section you guys yolanda t cochran is a creative powerhouse her most recent project is producing a documentary short and podcasts mini series entitled breaking the glass highlighting and seeking solutions to challenges specific to gender and race in the entertainment industry in addition to that endeavour she's a writer and principle of a small production company that focuses on stories of human interest she's consulted for the likes of net flicks and worked on film projects such as beautiful creatures the blindside the book of ally and the sisterhood of the traveling pants too and if that isn't a full enough plate she currently serves on the pga national board of directors and producers council and is a member of the academy of motion pictures arts and sciences all right on to the show.
"yolanda" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs
"You know if you have something that is hasn't opd intensity to it in a voice in a real story in you and you know you kind of it here to that and continue to two whole to what your idea was i still like there's so many of the people the people who are part of the business once sure things like they wanna sure bet so a lot of times it's about okay what work before let's do that again listen you know they're trying to recreate a formula so that they make sure they protect themselves on the financial standpoint but often in the risk they can be riskaverse except for a few examples that i can think of but you know a lot of times the things that have become this breakout success has been stuff that has broken the rules or was unanticipated in it's because the artist behind it stayed true to what it was that that the creative choices and things that they were trying to do to make that project go hello and welcome to being bus a podcast for queen of entrepreneurs i'm emily thompson and i'm kathleen shannon on your wallet team cochran and i'm boss today we are talking with yolanda t cochran all about her background in the film industry as a producer and we diet even a little bit about bringing more mindfulness an awareness to a race and gender in industries that are typically maledominated as always you can find all the tools books and links we reference on the show notes at www duck being vaas thought club.