18 Burst results for "Zakia"

"zakia" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

The World: Latest Edition

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"zakia" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

"Regions where storms typically form and because of different wind currents who can expect to see changes in where storms typically go so. We're trying to get a handle on. All of the changes that climate change will make in the climatology. Hurricanes carry manual professor of atmospheric sciences at the massachusetts institute of technology in cambridge massachusetts kerry. Thank you very much. You're quite welcome. You're listening to the world. I'm marco werman you're with the world. Athletes are halfway through the paralympic games in tokyo and since the opening ceremony last week the action has been nonstop. the world's bianca hillier has been following the events for us. Hey hey marco. So bianca i have to say. The news out of afghanistan has really taken sites off of tokyo. But actually before we get to the metal council. Let's talk about the afghanistan paralympic team. I know the two athletes zakia who the daddy and hosain resilient. They were stuck in afghanistan after the taliban takeover and they missed the opening ceremony. What is update on them. that's right. The athletes were speaking out on social media trying to get out of kabul and into tokyo and initially both the afghanistan paralympic committee and the international paralympic committee. Said there wouldn't be a safe way to make that happen but over the weekend. The ipc announced both athletes did finally arrive at the games. They didn't say how. The athletes got out of kabul but mentioned it was a quote major global operation with the help of several governments and other agencies at a press conference yesterday. Spokesperson craig spence teared up and said the athletes arrival at the tokyo. Airport was extremely emotional. It was remarkable. It really was a remarkable meeting. Having seen images of the athletes being evacuated on a plane to see them in person in invest safe and well in the pilot pick village is something. I don't think we'll ever forget. Said the anchor. These afghan athletes are in tokyo. Now what events will be competing in. We'll be seeing. Daddy compete in taekwondo and rasul erase on the track this week but other than that. These athletes will largely be out of sight. They've been given permission to skip postgame interviews and won't be speaking with any media during the games and they're so tight lipped that we don't even know if they're going to be headed back to afghanistan after the games that is understandable and wishing the best of luck to those afghans at their upcoming competitions. What about paralympian already. Winning tokyo has a competition. Been so far. We'd be here all day. If i shared the long list of unbelievable moment but there are a few standouts today. India's sumo until had a seriously jaw-dropping dropping thirty minutes of play. Listen to this. He throws javelin and on his. I throw of the day. He set a world record. So amazing start but then on his second throw he broke that world record again and just minutes later. He threw even farther securing yet. Another world record a gold medal and a call from prime minister. Narendra modi him in that video until is sitting down hair still sweaty from competition and he's clutching his gold medal in his hand while talking to the prime minister..

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"zakia" Discussed on The Impostor Syndrome Terminator

The Impostor Syndrome Terminator

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"zakia" Discussed on The Impostor Syndrome Terminator

"Three thousand forty four hundred fifty two four hours and then you'll unlock the door to abundance. If that was a case everyone would have done it when a dumb if something worked like that like a magic pill at one would do it now holding onto that belief. This is why this what this is. What this entire podcast episode is about holding onto the belief that something outside of you or a specific strategy is the magic formula. The ultimate key to success is the worst thing we can ever do because we will never fully be able to unlock the door to abundance taking doing these things with an incoherent belief system with regards to vision or goal is going to do nothing else than put us in this vicious circle where we constantly feel that we need these jest that extra thing to finally be successful. And i know this because i have been there you know in the very beginning in my business i i said oh if only i had this marketing program then i could be successful and then i had the marketing program and then zakia. But i don't have a nice website once i'll have a nice website that gives gives out like credit credible vibes than it will be so much easier to have coins and then i had a nice website. Knows like yeah. It's because my audience is not big enough. So once i have a big audience all it will be able to convert more clients and then the audience went up. And i still felt stuck sometimes and i was like yay. But if i had a passive funnel blah blah blah blah blah blah blah. We could go on with this be asked for hours and hours. So what does it take to get clients abundance and money in your business and in your life. How do we put the power back in your hands instead of attributing or basically instead of giving away all of power and believing that uh of being successful is dependent on outward outward factors which by the way if we don't have that much money to invest right now it would basically mean. Hey sorry charlie. If you don't have ten k. To spend funnels. Facebook ads granted photos in a big audience. While you can never be successful not true rights how do reclaim your power. How do you reclaim your power to be able to manifest clients right now without having to depend on stuff that you actually need and that of course could be useful at different stages in your business but are absolutely not a condition or a necessity for you to be successful here is how you attract more clients and abundance in your life rather than the old way number one and these. Don't come in any specific order them. Just going to talk about the aspect that i've observed in my clients in friends and even family members or in my audience was just amazing people who've Reach out on instagram. To give me feedback et. Cetera et cetera. At number one. No specific order is getting rid of imposter syndrome. Now i know you like what they talking about. Ns like it's just getting rid of imposter syndrome while no. It's not just getting rid of imposter syndrome. But one of the reasons like we don't necessarily think of that in the first place is exactly because of the problem we've been talking about. We have so many people out there. Rightfully so right. No shame on them. They're just doing business selling guelleh instagram. How genetic dog how to convert clients on clubhouse. How do you own branded pictures. Bob la so much noise out there. Making us believe that we need these things that sometimes we forget the fundamentals and guess what do you know when people come back to the fundamentals..

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"zakia" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"zakia" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"To get going on these cases but if you want to do more of them and all the other things available if you have these pieces of technology than the knows good acquisitions. Sakala tells a little bit more about the upcoming course. How are we to get some dates of that. We're working on either january or march. Maybe of twenty is what we're trying to shoot for just depends on logistics getting things together as some material sponsorships but otherwise. I mean my stuff's pretty well ready to go and get it put it together. Corey's is ready to go for the design coil. It just finalizing the The the actual date. But we're going to be working on here pretty soon to where we can do that. Release that and. I've already been contacted from as far away as australia for people that want to come to the course as soon as we release it just seeing the cases in and i got a few more cases need to post up here. You know zakia e- asked earlier about longevity. How case are holding up that sort of stuff. I worked on a one patient. He was thirty four time. Thirty five and lots of where. And i did ten over ten for him yup and dialed everything in with a text. Scan when i was finished. I gave him retainers when i was finished. And you know the funniest thing he he chipped off the incisa. Ledge of number eleven is a bit on four did not respect by not respect the by whatsoever not he did not respect it. Wow so that could have happened on able you know it had nothing to do with the material the procedure in that kind of stuff and he told me slept better also have his teeth look better he smiles now he never he never smiled before a grimace grin and i added back material and it was Maybe fifteen months later. When i founded the edge and you know a had his his box all of these models his transfers and all that put in a box and gave it to him..

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"zakia" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"zakia" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"Who thought that their stomachs were big. And then they're like. Oh no but i can put this on and it makes me feel when i asked my audience. I said how does f-. Pf make you feel when you wear it. And you know the responses were powerful snatched a superhero into anything. And like i love myself and i was just like this is what you're buying right. You're not buying just a sit because when you put this on when you put these leggings on you feel comfortable you feel secure right and you feel like you can do anything you know. I literally. I don't know if you watch the verses with s w v and escape and when coco had on her you know when they first came out she was all dressed had her heels on or whatever she had on her. Fbi shaper and put her esfbf leggings. The whole her whole mood change. Yeah and she literally see and made a post she was. I felt like a superhero and everybody was tagging meter because you know she shouted us out through the whole versus and her whole mood change when she put on. I'm like because she was comfortable. You know what i'm saying. You didn't have those high heels on like she couldn't move around She was comfortable and her shaper. But when you don't want you to put your legs on you. Oh comfy company you know exactly as she was still cute and she performs and it was like a three sixty for me because s. w. is my favorite group in life and to have her literally wearing fbi during the verses and just showing how versatile it is was just like it was. It was amazing to me. It was something i again. I could've never joined a well. You know what's funny about that story like after. The first is actually started following on youtube because he is. He's amazing the right man. He talked about the verses in how actually she had a wardrobe malfunction right before she went onstage so she wasn't comfortable but it's amazing that you know once she got into her body like her her leggings like all of that went away right like so. Imagine like you know what you wanna wear doesn't work out but then you're able to remember like oh i have these i feel good. I'm so glad top of everything happening like she was able to be brought back to that place. Like i could be comfortable and cute. So you feel like a superhero after the wardrobe malfunction. Everything right exactly in this is what this is how. I continue to inspire because everybody who sees me. I wear my own clothes. I this is this is not is the fbi is it never made production. But i wear it every day. And i'm like little where my own clothing every day and people see me wear it. You know to work people see me wear out. You know to events in hills and you know they. I show them like okay. This is not just for. They see me wear to work out. It's not just for just working out. But i also continue to show real women in everyday situations as well so you know you follow my stories you see. I'm constantly reposting. People in our community people were have bef no matter what size. They are right because a lot of people will only post. Oh well she has to look a certain way right. She has to be the standard of beauty. she has to be and to meet everybody's beautiful. So if you are my customer and you felt good enough in yourself to take a picture and smile and posted reposted baby. You know what i mean. I want everybody feed that everybody can look good in fbi. So and that's your secret sauce. To i was one of the first things i noticed about. F- bf like you literally showing like who does that. Who shows us. Has they rovner shape. Where up over those way right in you. You're right like photo shoot. Those are great. Those are nice. We like to see those bunt also every day like knowing that you were gay nine. Four photo shoot. It's amazing exact. You wanna see because then you see how you can incorporate it into your everyday life right so before we get to the lightning round. I'm just gonna say we have seen you go through so many transitions with your brand. And it's been amazing. Amazing to watch. And i know that you have some things up your sleeve. What what will you tease. Thus today and let us know what's coming next. What what you've got planned for because everything is like you can't say yes. Some big things come in. Like i said i'm doing essence this weekend. So that'll be four in july one two panels there. We got some big coming up in june kane said but you know. Follow the foul the pay. We'll continue to follow along and see what's going on expansion this year my whole thing. I'm just like we are expanding. I went esfbf. tb a household name in at leisurewear. You know and i want to compete with all the big brands. Yeah and do you still have an exit strategy before you were saying. Maybe after the ten year mark. I don't know mark is next year and i'm still listen. I'm so that's why. I'm going so hard right now. Okay i feel like okay. Taking years is probably you know where it's going to be. Hopefully this is going. Be something that my children can definitely carry on when i decide to take a step..

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"zakia" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"zakia" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"We have some. We had ten thousand leggings lost at sea. But you know we. We finally got that. Let's talk about the pandemic in china immediately thought like how how was that during like all of the delays shipping. Everything like that. How did your business have to pivot during that time. Well it was really you know for us. The only effect that colbert had as far as like shipping and things of that nature was just it took longer times where things to reduce. But because we do drops it really. It really didn't hurt us. You know and once. I knew what the timeframe was. It just made me plan ahead. It just made me say okay. I know during the pandemic it can take three to four months for these items to be produced so getting a restock. You know once once i drop it then by next time making come within the next season. So it's kinda like it. Also made a urgency. So by you know you like heaven excess inventory. But if i'm telling you like hey this ain't coming back. It's taking three to four months just for us to make it. This is not. Oh i can run down the street and get a restock. No this has to be made. It has to be reduced. It has to be shipped. How do you handle that. As far.

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"zakia" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"zakia" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"Some sort of workout apparel at at some point in time whether we started originally with t shirts right so i wanted to go more the avenue of a nike a lululemon you know whereas though we could offer exceptional quality apparel to women of all sizes that was very important to me so it wasn't something that was just out of the blue. We're gonna do set. It was just that it wasn't the time you know i had always wanted to do it. But when it's the time it'll present itself to you right and before corentin happened. We like i said we started with the leggings. And so i knew the leggings were really good like everybody got him and they were like zaidi's are like amazing. They're the best leggings i've ever had and so it was like okay. We got here are good. You know it was important to me. They fit well. Like i said they fit women from a size you know to to us is twenty two It was important to me that they didn't fall down because as someone who works out. You know that's one of the qualms that you have with workout apparel especially if you're a woman of a certain size it falling down. It was important to me that they weren't through like all of these things. Were important to me. So when i found the material the fit and you know a lot of people think that you go when you and especially now whereas you can kinda wholesale stuff right you can go and you can wholesale stuff is already done but for me. It was like no wholesale. Just in case people don't know you're talking about when people like fine factual or something and like yes. Just silent. put their brand name on exactly so a lot of people wholesale they'll find a vendor especially like boutiques and things like that where they'll find a vendor a vendor will say this is what we have to offer and you know. They'll put their brand in. They'll put their tags in it. Whatever the case may be nothing nothing wrong with that at all right. Plenty of people do it but for me. I wanted something that was i wanted. I wanted custom. Not that. I wanted to custom but i wanted to be able to tweak. What i didn't feel was right. So you know our manufacturer of course. They sent me blink samples. I will say here's what we can do for you right But i was like okay. Well this needs to be a little bit longer. You know the ncaa here needs to be a little bit shorter. This you know so then. I got to tweak everything to my specifications so there's nobody else out there that can be like. Oh they have esfbf everyday set. No they don't find it on amazon. And i'm not gonna mind like when i saw you know like the assumption in my head is like okay. She's getting into wholesale. And not necessarily you but like when because there are so many people popping up with fitness lines you automatically assume that started seeing your line and you're designs. I'm like oh no. Oh no this is actually. This is a line. This is a brand right pieces as old. We have our own sublimated print. You know esfbf all over that you can't get anywhere else that is custom made you know i send them my manufacturer like what i want and you know we've seen a bunch of facebook ads popping up recently and they're stealing my videos and i'm just like hey guys if you buy this you're not getting a f- i'm just letting you know there you really lows but you're not gonna get yes not talking about that like people will still and it's one of the things i was hesitant about doing like youtube. I wanted to do like hey reviews people will take that you know and.

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"zakia" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"zakia" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"Welcome welcome back so the slot house approach show. It's michaela here today. In the gas chan we are back with another top five favorite guests of silence pro doing update episode with zakia blaine of f the f body. So the last time we spoke was in twenty nineteen and it was episode one fifty. If you haven't listened to it you need to go back. And we talked about your journey from working in banking teaching having to leave due to a brain disorder starting. Fbi fitness as a challenge and then eventually expanding into fbi body with shape. Wear and just it taking on a light of its own. How it's been two years since again. i see so much more is going on. So i'm gonna let you take it from here and update us on is and what do you right now in your business. Hi everybody thank you michaela for having me bag. It's always fun to sit down and talk to you. And i can't believe it's been two years. Let's it seems like last year was kind of just like a whirlwind for everybody. Fbi body is still fbi embodying as as right But it has become so much bigger than i could have ever imagined. And we're just like at the the tip of the iceberg for me. You know. I've been saying lately that god can turn your life into something that you could have never dreamed because i could have never dreamed where my life is right now So you know. We started with our fitness challenge. And then when my doctor told me i couldn't work out anymore we pivoted into shape. Wear right and then during the pandemic when people weren't going outside and really didn't need shape wear we into about that like they weren't nobody was going. So where are you wearing your shape word to write nowhere right. You're not. We're not going outside so you're not wearing your shape. We're anywhere so we pivoted to what we call our everyday set so our leisure apparel so everybody was in the house right People weren't really wearing clothes. You know nobody would bring your jeans during corn team right. Everybody's in a house. They want to be comfortable. They're during school zoom. They're doing work zoom. They're doing all zooms and going nowhere but nobody wants to be uncomfortable but people still want to be cute right so we launched our everyday sets and they were kind of piggyback off of our fbi leggings right because we had launched our spf leggings. Kinda around the end of two thousand and nineteen and in twenty twenty early twenty twenty. We launched our everyday set and our everyday set literally like took off during quarantine. Everybody wanted it is comfortable. It's cute you can dress it up. You can dress it down and it's just taking on a life of its own so you know. In february we were featured on the view when are like congrats thank you We did essence at the end of two thousand nineteen. Because that was like right before the quarantine hit We did essence entrepreneurial fester first inaugural one and yeah. It's just been and then you know even quarantine that we couldn't do photo shoots or anything like that so we literally had to market our business from a different standpoint and that's well took advantage of social media but yeah we got a lot of things coming up amac getting prepared for essence today This weekend going down.

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"zakia" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"zakia" Discussed on KQED Radio

"But don't People who love to say diversity as much as possible in every meeting who loved, you know, have a black person on the website, but when it comes down to it They had to get it wrong or they aren't really trying. And I think that is something that's true. Not just for publishing, but other arenas. Maybe even public radio. That's sad. What do you hope is the biggest lesson? That folks in the publishing industry take from this book and its commentary on that dynamic within publishing. Oh, yeah. I mean, one thing about this book that I really wanted to say to My old co workers, the the industry everyone is, It's really important to try to retain these. These young black people right like it's that part. It's so hard. To be a person in the space and feel like no one is there for you and I think that it's really important to to know that we need to feel like we can speak out and speak up. And if we don't feel like we are being valued or if we feel like The only way to get up is not move up is not to speak out like that's also a problem. Yeah, you're listening to. It's been a minute from NPR. I'm Sam Sanders and I'm talking with Zakia, Delilah Harris. About her new novel, the other black girl. We talked a fair amount about Noah and Hazel. But for me Hazel, who was the other black girl. You know this? Regina George, with dreadlocks. You know someone who is all about the climb and using whatever it takes and doing whatever it takes to conquer these white spaces, Even if it means stepping over people who look like her and I gotta admit, reading this book. I wanted to myself more than once. Have I ever been, Hazel? Have I ever been the other black girl myself in my career? Yeah. Have you have you wondered that hoof? My soul, my soul? Oh, you know, I, uh well. Mm. No. Yes. Yes. And no, not that explicitly. That's let me let me stop I well, one of my friend that I mentioned earlier who I would send my ideas to my writing ideas. She cheese, another black woman. We went to They did the same in my faith program at the new school. Um and we would say we actually would use the O. B G, like whenever we were in places like we'll be like, really. There's the O P G and not out of like a place of malice. Just like Oh, there's another black person here and specifically in spaces like when we're at parties. And when we're at certain bars, or like that kind of thing to be like, Okay, like there's the other black person and we'd wonder we'd wonder about them. I wonder. It was a party. We wonder with their connection was to the party because, like we would also think about our own connection, And that was that was the thing that I I with Bella kind of sizing his lap and melon. Malika talking about Hazel like Who is she? What is she about? Like, what kind of black person is she? You know what I mean?.

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"zakia" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"zakia" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Duck. Go privacy, simplified. And from the listeners who support this NPR station. You're listening to. It's been a minute from NPR. I'm Sam Sanders. So inspiration can strike in the strangest places for my last guest. This episode it struck in the office bathroom for a while when Zakia Delilah Harris was an editorial assistant at a publishing house. She had been the only black woman on her floor at work until one day, another black woman showed up. Cross paths in the bathroom of all places. But neither of them actually spoke to each other and the key. I kept thinking about that moment with the other black girl. I thought about that interaction. I thought about why I didn't say anything specifically, um, I thought about why maybe she didn't think it was a big deal that we're both in that space together. Um and why I was so excited and also nervous that like what if it was me, like what if she doesn't want to have a conversation with me Like all of those kind of, um, insecurities that I have buzzing around my brain? A lot of the time Flash forward to now That idea is a book Zakia, Delilah Harris's debut novel. The other black girl and the reviews are pretty glowing. People are saying it's devil wears product meets. Get out. Also, I should mention that the Kia Delilah Harris is the sister of Aisha Harris, one of the hosts of NPR's pop culture. Happy Hour. Who you heard earlier in the show. Any Who Right now we're going to talk about Vicki's book, how it subverts the office drama and the lessons it has for a very white publishing industry. I want to lay out some kind of synopsis of the other black girl as best we can, without giving away any spoilers, and I'm wondering is the best way to do that. Not through having tried to give some plot. But having you just give us a quick character sketches of the two main characters Nella and Hazel. Yeah. So our first character is Nella Rogers. Um, she is a young 26 year old and toil assistant who was born and raised in Very suburban town in Connecticut, mostly around white people. She has been the only black person working at the very prestigious and very white publishing house. Wagner Books, which is in Manhattan in midtown, and She's been the only black person there for two years, and she is just You know she's had it in a lot of ways. She has experienced tons of microaggressions that doesn't really have a space and work to talk about these microaggressions, but she does have a space outside of work with her. Best friend Malika and her boyfriend, Owen, and then in walks, Hazel. Uh, The other black girl who is another young black woman from Harlem has gorgeous dreadlocks. She just drips Harlem cool from her head to her toes. She very much represents in a lot of ways for Nella, this other this other way of black news. This also I think for her She has a little bit of envy. I think she's really intrigued and wants to kind of she wants to know what it's like to have. I think lived in that space and like have it's kind of like this Instagram ready Blackness exactly. Executed in the way that is just like Beautiful to behold. If that makes sense. I love that exactly exactly it And so the two of them. Meet, and you kind of think all right. They have to be friends. They're the two black girls. But then, and I guess that's where I stop because I don't want to get else. Yes, yes, yes, Things get complicated as they often deal Hazel felt And I was happy to see it so many times,.

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"zakia" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

09:03 min | 1 year ago

"zakia" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Giving away any spoilers. And I'm wondering is the best way to do that. Not through having tried to give some plot, but having you just give us a quick character sketch of the two main characters. Nella and Hazel. Yeah. So First character is Nella Rogers. She is a young 26 year old editorial assistant who was born and raised in very suburban town in Connecticut, mostly around white people. She has been the only black person working at the very prestigious and very white publishing House. Wagner books, which is In Manhattan in Midtown and She's been the only black person there for two years, and she is just You know, she's had it in a lot of ways. She has experienced tons of micro aggressions. That doesn't really have a space and work to talk about these microaggressions, but she does have a space outside of work with her. Best friend Malika and her boyfriend, Owen, and then in walks, Hazel. Uh, The other black girl who is another young black woman from Harlem has gorgeous dreadlocks. She just drips Harlem cool from her head to her toes. She very much represents a lot of ways. Vanilla this other this other way of blackness. This also I think for her She has a little bit of envy. I think she's really intrigued and wants to kind of she wants to know what it's like to have. I think lived in that space and like have it's kind of like this Instagram ready Blackness exactly. Executed in the way that is just like Beautiful to behold. If that lesson I love that exactly exactly it. And so the two of them. Meet, and you kind of think all right. They have to be friends. They're the two black girls. But then, and I guess that's where I stop because I don't want to give away else. Yes, yes, things get complicated as they often do. Hazel felt And I was happy to see it so many times, the Hazel's of the offices or the Hazel's of the movies and the TV shows. It's a white girl. Yes, it is a very successful valedictorian, Blonde cheerleader. Just effort. Lee is perfect and secretly mean and you're used to that trope right being a white woman. And this time it was a black girl with dreads. Yeah, And I found that exciting. I really did. Thank you. It was It was kind of scary. It's kind of scary to do. I'm not gonna die. Really? Why? I mean, Scary in the sense that like I knew what I was trying to get at in terms of the way that like we I mean, I say crabs in a barrel in the book like the way that we can be to one another competitive the way that we feel like No, we're not. We can't be that there can't be that many of us in one space. We have to really only be representative like through one person. And so with publishing that That is definitely the case. And Nella, you know has been the only one for so long. She's been Really hungry for another black person, But then I also wanted to get at Why, Maybe now she's not that excited about it. But then also the reasons why that happens. They're not just because they don't want each other to succeed, right or there. That's not the that's not the point. The point is that it goes bigger than them. It goes into Corporate culture goes into, um, white supremacy, the commodification of black people like black bodies and black work and black creativity. All of those things That caused them to compete. And so those are things that, like black people have been talking about and Minorities have been talking about for a while, but really getting that that conversation for me as a black artist made me a little wary of like, okay, the eyes on this work. I don't want people to be like, Oh, so black people can be this way toward one another or have these feelings like then it's okay for us to have it because that's not that's not the point. Yeah, you know. This book is a commentary on race and performance. But it is also a very specific sendup of the publishing industry and the enduring Tone deaf liberal whiteness of the publishing industry. And it's the kind of book that you could see a lot of agents and publishers in the publishing industry saying Hell no to right off the bat. And yet there was an insane bidding war for this book. How surprised were you to see the very industry that you were satirizing offer to pay you a lot of money to publish that satire? It was so weird. It was so surreal, really. I mean, you know, in a lot of ways, I was very surprised because I did have some feedback. The fact that it was said in publishing when I started writing it, I did kind of have a, you know. Plans to maybe take the publishing part out of it at some point, because I was like Paul well. In the sense that I was very much aware of just what I would be going up against. And first I wrote it. I didn't want it to Come off as a specific takedown of where I worked and who I worked with. And I'm actually still in touch with a lot of my colleagues from there. Um, you didn't say all night. I did not. Um and I really wanted to get out really publishing in general as An industry because it really is. It takes a village. It's not when specific person it is the system. And so when I did decide, okay, this is the world I know. And then also, of course, publishing is just too rich because it's such an Strange kind of cultish industry. Um, but I did have someone say when I was carrying agents like I think this is great, but I don't know if like I don't think publishing is ready for this. But then, of course, there is this tourism in the publishing world. And maybe it's extended beyond at this point that publishing loves to read books about publishing. And That somehow still apply to this book. Yeah, you know, so much of the story of the publishing industry in this book is that it is an industry full of people who think they get it, But don't People who love to say diversity as much as possible in every meeting who loved, you know, have a black person on the website, but when it comes down to it They have to get it wrong or they aren't really trying. And I think that is something that's true. Not just for publishing, but other arenas. Maybe even public radio. That's sad. What do you hope is the biggest lesson? That folks in the publishing industry take from this book and its commentary on that dynamic within publishing. Oh, yeah, I mean, One thing about this book that I really wanted to say to My old co workers, the the industry everyone is, It's really important to try to retain these. These young black people right like it's that part. It's so hard. To be a person in the space and feel like no one is there for you and I think that it's really important to to know that we need to feel like we can speak out and speak up. And if we don't feel like we are being valued or if we feel like The only way to get up is not move up is not to speak out like that's also a problem. Yeah, you're listening to. It's been a minute from NPR. I'm Sam Sanders and I'm talking with Zakia, Delilah Harris. About her new novel, the other black Girl. We talked a fair amount about Noah and Hazel, but for me Hazel, who was the other black girl. You know this? Regina George, with dreadlocks, You know someone who was all about the climb and using whatever it takes and doing whatever it takes to conquer these white spaces, Even if it means stepping over people who look like her and I got to admit reading this book. I wondered to myself more than once. Have I ever been, Hazel? Have I ever been the other black girl myself in my career? Yeah. Have you have you wondered that? Oof, My soul, my soul. Oh, you know,.

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"zakia" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

Coronavirus Daily

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"zakia" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

"Back in two thousand sixteen. Boris johnson was an easy target for political punch lines with both the look and the economic inside of bam bam from the flintstones attention grabbing an entertaining with a wild blonde mop top and a necktie that was nearly always skew. He astutely played the buffoon at times for political gain. He had been a popular mayor of london and served in parliament. He was known for eccentric sometimes offensive remarks but it was his support of a long shot campaign to pull the united kingdom out of the european union. That would help. Change the course of british history. If we bust out to the shackles of brussels we would be able to begin immediately with those long neglected free trade opportunities which we can't do at the moment. Brexit would have been a monumental split from the eu and johnson claimed a great opportunity. We could strike free. Trade deals with america with china with the growth economies around the world. This political and economic union was designed to help keep peace in europe after two world wars now. British voters are known for their caution and critics said brexit would be a huge gamble fueled by xenophobia and to pull up the drawbridge so in the early hours of june twenty fourth. Two thousand sixteen when the bbc announced the results of the referendum. The world was stunned. And that's the result of this referendum. The british people have spoken and the answer is where out johnson and his fellow brexit. Here's had no real plan on how to actually execute withdrawal how to untangle deeds of economic and legal integration with europe and so a country that was known for affective sometimes dull governance was plunged into years of political chaos. That costs two prime ministers their jobs. The british people voted to leave the european union beginning with david cameras the man who called for the referendum even as he urged brits to vote against it. I do not think it would be right for me to try to be the captain that still our country to its next destination. So theresa may stepped up as prime minister and three years later she was out to. I will shortly leave the job. That is being the owner of my life to hold. I do so with no ill-will but with enormous and enduring gratitude and so. Here's where boris johnson. Reenters the picture. Now he's prime minister this year. Johnson finally engineered britain's departure this week. He signed a new free trade deal with the eu and it takes a fat as clocks on the continent strike midnight new year's eve. I think this deal means a new stability and a new certainty immortal. Sometimes being a fracture and difficult relationship considered this after four and a half tumultuous years in british politics brexit. It is now becoming a reality from npr. i'm ari shapiro. it's thursday december thirty first. Twenty twenty had a lot of his rethinking. Our lives twenty twenty one life. Kit wants to help you make those changes. Whether they're big or small old is january life. Kit will give you smart tips to think through your next decision. Listen now to the life kid. Podcast from npr. It's consider this from npr. Let's begin where the rubber of brexit meets the road on a highway outside the port of dover along the english channel. That's where npr's london correspondent. Frank langfitt is right now. Frank congratulations on reaching this momentous day. After the years that you've been covering the story it's remarkable. I think people were never sure would ever come. Well here. we are. Tell us exactly where you are what it looks like an why you chose this place. What it tells us about brexit. Yeah so what i have is. I'm on the m twenty heading towards the port of dover and right now they're police they're rerouting trucks down to an area. They've actually taken up a whole stretch of highway to test people for covid truckers for covid nineteen and the reason for this as you remember is a variant this highly infectious has been sort of sweeping through england france. Shut down the border. And so what's happening. Right now ari is. Trucks are trying to cross the english channel before the rules change so those rules come into force with the new year. Yeah how is that going to affect to trade and transportation. Well in one sense. It's good because there was a trade deal done there won't be any new tariffs quotas on most products going across on. That's a huge relief particularly for like car companies that want to get cars over there but there is going to be a lot more paperwork and uk businesses. I think are going to face about ten billion dollars in extra costs. Government says that we should expect more delays here for trucks. Now that i know named lorenzo zakia are he's wants to trucking company here around over and he says the government's not giving clear guidance and he's worried about what could happen to his trucks as they begin to move again across europe things basically a much much much worse. Because you miss one. Document is guaranteed impounding of the vehicle. And do you regret voting for brexit. Now i this point yes. They made us believe that this was going to be better off on. Actually that could be the end of my company. Lorenzo says is his trucks won't be able to pick up and move goods around europe and he may put his trucks a lot of them in your permanently part of an exodus of businesses from great britain to the rest of europe. Are you seeing other changes. That have already taken place over the years that we've been talking about brexit after all it's been a really long time coming you're exactly right ari and so one thing is this. This new trade deal doesn't cover services so that's about eighty percent of the uk economy. It's a lot so financial services have been basically been sending thousands of jobs to europe to be able to work there. The good news is it's nowhere near as many as people thought but you know the cost burden of paperwork that lorenzo was just talking about is gonna hit. Small businesses really hard. Last year. i visited a flower shop. It's run by woman. rosa ashby. She buys flowers from holland. And she says there's been so much uncertainty around brexit. She just decided to close her shop. Wade had a business for twenty two years. And when we find in lock that door for the last time it was very traumatic and sad. I still in. Brexit should know happen. I dread for the future in that way for many businesses. You know frank. One of the issues that motivated so many brexit voters was immigration. People didn't want migrants coming from other parts of europe to the uk. And so how is immigration. Gonna change with this deal. Migraines going to change dramatically are a with uk inside the you. Britain's can live and work visa free on the continent and vice versa. Now people coming here a lot of them will have to get work visas. I spent some time in a city called boston. Which was the hardest core brexit voting place in in the country and there were a lot of complaints about the flow of migrant workers basically take resources in schools things like that. And there's a guy that i talked to julian thompson up there. He's hopeful that brexit over time is going to reduce the numbers of migrants. Here while seats bringing good forward is also a negative side as well. Liz squad a few cova now without jobson not enough jobs for them and not enough properties for them overload in the system feeling some immigrants here haven't felt welcome the last few years and have left guy that i know. samuel marcora. He was a professor at the university of kent. He didn't feel comfortable. Even though it spent like twenty years here and this year he he has finally moved back to italy. I was stopped by my own discomfort of after so many years that the male easily football team out for many many people say that they wanted to stop a movement of people like me frank. So many powerful stories of individual upheaval. What is the overall impact of.

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"zakia" Discussed on Water and The Spirit Podcast

Water and The Spirit Podcast

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"zakia" Discussed on Water and The Spirit Podcast

"There were times in the past when such people were favored. They used to be envied because people had thought that the pot belly met that the person would have to be someone like a president of the company who could get hands on at consume. A lot of rich boomed however these days people who are pot bellied are considered as those who cannot take care of themselves not some company president to be considered might not be the right words because it is actually true but the truth is that everyone regardless of whom has some sort of a handicap either in one's outer appearance or in one's mentality there are certain people who have enormous wealth rich and from a flesh lee perspective good looking but has complex over their level of education and so at times in the newspapers. Don't we hear about people like going back to high school at an old age and getting a diploma. That's thirty years late or about people receiving an honorary degree from a certain university although they had never even been close to entering college like so from a worldly perspective. Everyone has at least one or more of these shortcomings for sure. That kia's climbed up into a sycamore tree and looked down. But then jesus told zak tears to come down quickly now. Why do you think that kia's had climbed up into a sycamore tree. Because of his flesh. Lee handicapped. He had tried to see jesus by climbing. Up into the sycamore tree. A sycamore tree is a plant. That grows well even when it's lying sideways. Jesus was walking past that sycamore tree. And as jesus passed under that sycamore tree his heart. Communed with zach kills heart truly. That kills was wholeheartedly waiting for the same year. He was waiting for someone who is worthy of his respect can solve his problem of sin and restore his honor and give him salvation eternal life and blessings. He was waiting for someone like that. Just then on. Top of a sycamore tree. Zakia saw jesus walking by and jesus as he stood right under the sycamore tree that zakia had climbed up into looked up and said zaccheus..

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"zakia" Discussed on Water and The Spirit Podcast

Water and The Spirit Podcast

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"zakia" Discussed on Water and The Spirit Podcast

"When you look at the personal profile of this that kia's it states that this man was a chief tax collector and very rich in today's terms a chief. Tax collector is equivalent to the head of the revenue office. Usually government officials salaries are a set amount and so it is only right that they should only have a reasonable amount of wealth to make a living but despite being a government official that kills was said to be an enormously reach man. It probably means that he had sat behind an important post and embezzled some back door funds. Even these days it is possible to think that those government officials who owned much land or half palace-like houses are people who sit behind important post being bride with much money. We can't say all of them are like that but it is very difficult for a person to buy even a small house with the amount of salary earned by having worked all throughout his life as a government official yet that person owning much land and having a large house would probably mean nine times out of ten that the person sat behind an important post and received bribes coming in the back door. Whatever the case we could safely assume that zach kia's had filled himself up with the much money he had embezzled. This man named zaccheus being a chief tax collector and man means that he was a person who's worldly status was at a certain level and that he had a large amount of wealth. This that key is only weakness was his very short stature. Zaccheus had an interest in jesus and when he opportunely heard that jesus was going to enter an pass through jericho. He climbed up into a sycamore tree thinking in his heart. Let me for once. See who this. Jesus is by taking this opportunity. Climbing up into a sycamore tree. That was how he got to see. Jesus just in. From underneath the sycamore tree. Jesus saw that site and say zaccheus make haste at come down for today. I'm a stay at your house luke. Chapter nineteen verse by hearing those words zaccheus quickly came down brought jesus to his house and provided a meal as he did so as surprising. Change came about in his heart. Regarding this the bible tells us the following then zakia stood and said to the lord look law art. I give half of my goods to the poor. And if i have taken anything from anyone by false accusation i restore fourfold luke chapter nineteen verse eight after receiving. Jesus that kia's who was a corrupt government official experienced such a surprising change. What happened to zach keys. How did this that kia's react. When he was told by jesus to come down from the sycamore tree. Following jesus words. He came down quickly from the sycamore tree. And a change occurred in his heart as he received. Jesus but what do the scripture passages mean dear fellow believers if you take a look at chapter nineteen verse. Ten it said for the son of man has come to seek and to save that which was lost. The lord came to seek and to say those who were lost in other words today. Scripture passage is telling us that jesus came to this earth to seek people who are like this that keys and save them when we look at zakia us. We can see that. He had strengths and weaknesses such as being a chief tax collector rich and short in stature however regardless of such humanly things. It is clear that kia's harked with headed toward jesus

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Posses The Mindset of That like Zacchaeus

Water and The Spirit Podcast

05:58 min | 1 year ago

Posses The Mindset of That like Zacchaeus

"When you look at the personal profile of this that kia's it states that this man was a chief tax collector and very rich in today's terms a chief. Tax collector is equivalent to the head of the revenue office. Usually government officials salaries are a set amount and so it is only right that they should only have a reasonable amount of wealth to make a living but despite being a government official that kills was said to be an enormously reach man. It probably means that he had sat behind an important post and embezzled some back door funds. Even these days it is possible to think that those government officials who owned much land or half palace-like houses are people who sit behind important post being bride with much money. We can't say all of them are like that but it is very difficult for a person to buy even a small house with the amount of salary earned by having worked all throughout his life as a government official yet that person owning much land and having a large house would probably mean nine times out of ten that the person sat behind an important post and received bribes coming in the back door. Whatever the case we could safely assume that zach kia's had filled himself up with the much money he had embezzled. This man named zaccheus being a chief tax collector and man means that he was a person who's worldly status was at a certain level and that he had a large amount of wealth. This that key is only weakness was his very short stature. Zaccheus had an interest in jesus and when he opportunely heard that jesus was going to enter an pass through jericho. He climbed up into a sycamore tree thinking in his heart. Let me for once. See who this. Jesus is by taking this opportunity. Climbing up into a sycamore tree. That was how he got to see. Jesus just in. From underneath the sycamore tree. Jesus saw that site and say zaccheus make haste at come down for today. I'm a stay at your house luke. Chapter nineteen verse by hearing those words zaccheus quickly came down brought jesus to his house and provided a meal as he did so as surprising. Change came about in his heart. Regarding this the bible tells us the following then zakia stood and said to the lord look law art. I give half of my goods to the poor. And if i have taken anything from anyone by false accusation i restore fourfold luke chapter nineteen verse eight after receiving. Jesus that kia's who was a corrupt government official experienced such a surprising change. What happened to zach keys. How did this that kia's react. When he was told by jesus to come down from the sycamore tree. Following jesus words. He came down quickly from the sycamore tree. And a change occurred in his heart as he received. Jesus but what do the scripture passages mean dear fellow believers if you take a look at chapter nineteen verse. Ten it said for the son of man has come to seek and to save that which was lost. The lord came to seek and to say those who were lost in other words today. Scripture passage is telling us that jesus came to this earth to seek people who are like this that keys and save them when we look at zakia us. We can see that. He had strengths and weaknesses such as being a chief tax collector rich and short in stature however regardless of such humanly things. It is clear that kia's harked with headed toward jesus

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"zakia" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

Metal Mantra Podcast

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"zakia" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

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"zakia" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"zakia" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Hello everyone. And welcome to another episode of Captain Hunters podcast. Thank you so much for tuning in in a truly appreciate the love and support that you all have been giving thank you so much for tuning in for another episode. Maybe you can tell but I have a little frog in my throat. Still trying to get over a little cold that I had but you know we gotta go through it to get to it right. No biggie about that. On today's episode we are going to feature a fellow podcasters by the name of Zakia. SAIKIA McCoy missed McCoy's fellow podcast. Did I met through a facebook social group for fellow podcasters so we can hooked up and Being that she is living a positive type of lies down being a fellow. podcast Sir I asked to be on the show and she asked me to be on her show. So we Kinda Did Cross platform kind of thing so you can listen to my interview with her on her PODCAST which is called cooking with positively eighty being the holiday season at the time of the release of this. Would most people count as about thanksgiving. But I actually for my own purposes. I include Halloween in that right. Just a time of feasting and family and just getting around just sitting around getting to know another in in that whole bonding time. I think that's that that is really important. That starting at about Halloween time through Thanksgiving through Christmas through New Year's call the holiday season we eat. We tend to overindulge and and all that kind of stuff so I wanted to keep this positive. Have someone on who knew something a little bit about food. Maybe give us a recipe or two. And so that's why I decided to Hook Cup with Miss Zakia McCoy so I'd like to read just a little bit about her bio before we get into that limit. Just make sure you guys.

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"zakia" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

Cincy Jungle

05:17 min | 3 years ago

"zakia" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

"Better than Kenny. There wanted to bring and you wanna. Our fate. Was named become but you sound. Dow man, but thou art, man, you gotta heart. Yeah. If he can reach chatter may. Elise hair rounds, even a main there's just not all this would like the play college. I could tell you this might be the second and the judge this year. I'll jay. Yeah. That's gonna happen. Yeah. I think that he. Give out a Kurtz, gummy a lot of fanfare might Kurds. And maybe some. Age is my Paranaense and my thinking about this ninety through with this this this calmed down. I know take a little minute though, that I was gonna say another before lead. Thank you. I thought we waiting to or Lawrence, though, there's rain all the to how do you get your Lawrence, man? How do you get your Lawrence industry net? And and I'm going to say. Is right now. Joe Joe mission might be the tall girl. A of. Well, we'll see I know. I'm I'm sure Zakia would take that. Thanks to our. We're gonna we're gonna get moving on here. Pre sheets, you call in his always, my friend. Thank you. All right lot there. But I mean. Basically, you've got another person who is on the train over Tanna hill. That's one thing. But you know, I think and that's that's the hope is that the Bengals will become Rams east. Right. I mean that, you know, their their quarterback is a plethora of weapons to throw to that that just know the system in and out they have a running back who can come in and be be dominant. And the good news is the Bengals have some of those pieces at least on offense in place. Right, john. They haven't identity, and I think that's the most important thing. They run ninety something percent of their plays out of one personal package, but they run a plethora of different type of concepts with a lot of condensed formations. They run the same scheme with their running back tug yearling works every time because they always try to make sure that early has the lightest blocks to run against the always have a lot of good matchups in the front four with a great office of line that angle some have yet, but they can potentially build it with a guy like Bill Callahan eye. That's the whole goal because the Rams exotic smash now team, but they don't do anything. They don't show their handed to anything different. You know, they run the same personnel with Iran. Lot different things out of the personnel. And their defense is built on frenetic talent as well. Because they built that for a lot from freezing in along with drafts as well. I think that's the goal for the Bengals with a guy like tailored to bring in that same type of stablishment of of identity to utilize their strengths to their best. Hard to disagree with you there, and John I think we've got someone on the line here who is an ardent disagree in ardent disagree here of your stance yet again, I believe if I'm not mistaken who's this on the air. This is Brown shoot. I got down. There are I can you hear me? All right. I'm driving my shut right now. Background always or not. Yeah. We got you here. John or no. Right now, I can't hear Jonathan area. How are you ground? Steve. Nice drive. Hello. I'm here. But I not I don't wanna hear me. I wanna hear you only hear thoughts. Yeah. Snow give it give us your thoughts on the on the on. Because I think you are one of the folks in the chat that that were in ardent disagreement with John. Yeah. I mean. Personal with John. Like don't don't think that I always been a big Andy dollars bad. I mean, a thing is people always over after mate. What he's like when he had throughout his ears when he came to the bingles and two thousand eleven he inherited a foreign twelve teams that just over weapons they had to get AJ greens. In the first round. He's a rookie everybody else. Chad Johnson everybody else was gone. So he he brought up on twelve teams that the playoff all the way up until that team every single year and only had until twenty thirteen with ain't J green. He didn't have on. Marvin Jones and tell twenty thirteen they were on the bench and two thousand twelve he didn't have power I for until twenty thirteen also. And he was on a binge and twenty thirteen really?.

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"zakia" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"zakia" Discussed on KCRW

"For decades, transporting goods across the channel has been easy kingdom's membership in the European Union means they're no customs checks to hold trucks up Julian Keat is director of laser transport international a global freight, logistics company. It's totally seamless relationship American audience if you were going to drive from New York down to Miami. You just drive simple as that. And there's new documentation. But if the UK leaves the u on March twenty ninth without some kind of deal what everyone here calls a no deal. Brexit Keita's moving goods across the channel could become a lot more cumbersome. He worries new customs checks could cause big backups. You could end up with thick who's losing half day a day even longer while you end up waiting to get documentation processed rod McKenzie of the road haulage association, which represents half the trucks in the country paints and even gloomier picture. Well, the potential is pretty scary. We could see twenty or thirty miles of traffic lorry traffic queuing towards Dover, which is the number one port with the continent. That's why we boy helicopter. You say that's Lorenzo Zakia. He's managing director of alkaline group of supply chain specialists. Zach your plans to use his new helicopter to leapfrog any lines channel among other things. His company delivers autoparts delays in filling just in time. I'm inventory can cause factory lines to halt at a huge cost. So if there are backups Jackie O plans to fly small parts across the channel to keep assembly lines rolling. We talk in higher hubcaps we talking very small items a national when you'll have to get the employees helicopter because basically there's a large number of cars standing on the assembly line and each all these pods. Do you government has tried to make contingency plans for traffic jams at Dover? The government is hired companies run ferries from other boards. But the sole English firm involved doesn't actually have any ships on Monday officials tested an alternate truck. Route to the port using an abandoned airport is a staging area. But Zakia yo said the first run involve just a tiny fraction of vehicles compared to the daily traffic flow. We all believe.

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