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Fresh update on "anita" discussed on Fresh Air
"I think there was running through his mind at that time this this sense that in the interests of trying to give full hearing to the accusations against Thomas. He was afraid that he was going to be seen as somebody who was not allowing African American nominee to receive A. Full and fair hearing and that led him into trouble and it's it's a mistake that he has expressed remorse about but to be precise. That he that he made an error what he says is that he wished Anita Hill had been treated better. And I think that's a key distinction because. We're trying to understand the ways in which Joe Biden is capable of self reflection and what are the issues on which expresses clear regret not. He has not gone as far as Anita. Hill wants him to in saying that he was. Saying that he was wrong about handling that case she's kind of reluctantly endorsed him. She has I mean they spoke before he was a candidate and he expressed his, you know his his regret to her that the had not had a more decent appearance in Congress in which people are treated more fairly. And she does not think that his handling of that case should be disqualifying for president but she also wishes that he was more clear and emphatic and his apology to her. I expected the trump campaign to try to make more of the unsubstantiated allegations involving Joe Biden's involvement in son hundred Biden's business dealings in Ukraine and Giuliani's accusation that Biden fired Ukraine's prosecutor. the Prosecutor General to try to stop investigations into Hunter Biden and his involvement with the Ukrainian gas company Burris MMA and then there's the whole story that the New York Post printed totally unsubstantiated. Hundred, dropped off his computer for repairs at a place in Wilmington and it had incriminating information on it, and that was turned into the FBI and then to the New York Post and even the person who wrote the story wanted their name taken off the story So I don't know what do you think you think you expect the trump campaign to try to make more of it and do you think the story just didn't stick for whatever reason I mean one reason would be that it doesn't appear to be true but that doesn't mean there are plenty of untrue stories that stick. I think they've tried desperately to make it the an issue. Remember that was the issue that got Donald Trump impeached I mean going back to even before this campaign was soon in full flourish Donald Trump was on the phone with Ukraine's leader. Seeking an attempt to try to get them to produce damaging information about the Biden family, and it didn't work partly because Ukraine didn't produce. It couldn't produce it as far as we know and on top of it, it was the kind of abusive his office that. Qualified as high crimes and misdemeanors and got him impeached then he tried again and his allies of tried again i. mean there have now been two Senate committees run by Republicans who have tried to.
Embraers CEO on the Breakup With Boeing and Going It Alone
"In April of twenty, one, thousand, nine, hundred Embraer selected veteran automotive industry CEO Francisco Gomez NATO as its new leader, and if ever there was a baptism by fire, he has gone through it in two, thousand and twenty. First, the COVID nineteen crisis hit crippling air travel and decimating demand for new airplanes then Boeing. Pulled out a four point two billion dollar deal to acquire an eighty percent stake. Embraer's commercial operations after emperor had shut down its operations for forty days and torn the company apart for car route. So where does ember air go from here and how can it recover here to? Answer those questions as Mr Gomez. NATO in his first conversation with the trade media since taking the helm at. Embraer. Also, joining us from Frankfurt to ask questions with me is yen's photo aviation weeks executive editor for commercial aviation welcome. Francisco. Let's start with the obvious question. Why did the deal with Boeing collapse and what are you doing to put Embraer's commercial operations back together? First of all, he says measure to be here with you. Thanks for for the Vision for this guests. Well I mean. We need that. Boynton has wrongfully naked. Reasons for the whose possession be. As, you said before point two billion. Dollar purchase bronze. Of Visualization. Progressing up is fast all initial TV areas in the service there is our. bigly. Read the great in we. Him also updated our band recall Roy. Sweep one twenty five mile e Cudi Commissioning Gatien in thinking The covy nine. So how do you plan to return the company to profitability and and wh what initiatives are most promising? Okay so he s an old this year. We really with a big issue the I wa. Dropping no revenues of the back of the V ninety. So event, not Anita the nature of the point lead this machine was more challenging because. With this, wrong in revenues combine costs. And higher the more. Because all day costs League Office. So this year what we are. We are we demanded A. Crisis Committee, and defining fighting for your. help us open the. Office will be the communication blow so. I will. Soon. As fight for artists, one is to protect. The health people because of all, these Colby get along people working at Home Office, the one who brought pants. All measures we Brought back to their health. Sat, on the second yard. This project allegations. Falls or on. Our. Our expertise always, you reduce our investments on only boom, our the siebel payables. The everything we coons who protect. Our cash. Who Wins? The vast in four four son loans to help us with a Number, three. was. recaptured. Seniors. Said before I mean we we had to recover. These is we had because of the off process. process. BROISSIA's. We. Promoted a rightsizing the organization because of the. Back, but also because of the effects of the Kobe. Needed his response, your guys edition, only a reduced cost, the new dynamic for the Popham who prepared again Asian. Our other strategic planning, one, twenty, five, the four priority is tool and. Die Of. This To Have A. More efficient immoral Gile Open. I. Is was. Is Now who view the basis for our future road then. We Very. Very. Robust. Recalling. One twenty five. That's a note we want that will already enjoy. Eating very A. CENTURY OUR FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE From. Linked to on. Any. Were democracy to. We expect. Enjoy rules any Mel Revenue Spike essentially, our financial. For.
Fresh update on "anita" discussed on Fresh Air
"He would demand all kinds of notes and preparation before he would go out and speak and there was A. Another member of Congress who wants turned up in the Senate late at night. And it was almost empty. There was nobody in the chamber and there was Joe Biden speaking as this person put it later as if he was holding forth in the Roman, Coliseum that he was kind of speaking with great Gusto and he was kind of practicing this person put it. He was working like a tennis pro. He was trying to learn what it meant to be a senator and how to be taken seriously. One of the important things about Joe Biden's career in the Senate is that he served as the head of the Senate Judiciary Committee. In that role, he helps stop Robert Bork very conservative and was an originalist stopped him from being confirmed but a few years later, one Clarence Thomas was facing his confirmation hearings. Biden prevented. Women from coming forward to testify before the committee who would have supported Anita Hill and would who would have offered their own similar allegations that they were sexually harassed by Clarence Thomas What's your understanding? Of why Biden did not allow those women to testify to the committee. Yeah I think you're right to bring up both of those two confirmation hearings because they were sort of in his mind related. Joe Biden the important fact was the Biden imagined himself in that period as being somebody who was a Democrat but who treated Republican, seriously. Tried to maintain the standards of the Senate which was that you give the other side credence. And allow them to to to have a serious hearing for their ideas. And in the bork nomination. Biden wouldn't describe it as him successfully preventing board from getting on the court so much as he would say that he conducted the process fairly enough that in the end, Bork was not successful in reaching the court. So then he gets into nine, hundred, ninety one and the Clarence Thomas hearings and Biden was dealing with this very complicated set of pressures on him. On the one hand he is a Democrat who came to office partly. On, his support for civil rights who is contending with the candidacy, the nomination of what would be the next African American member of the Supreme Court and he felt some weight of history in making sure that that was a serious process and then at the same time, of course, Clarence Thomas. Clarence. Thomas was facing very serious accusations of sexual harassment and Biden tried to have it both ways and some ways what he tried to do was. Give was to try to pay respect to the Republican side of the process by allowing Republican senators to question and eat a hill. Very intensively harshly in some cases and then he also. Did Not allow these other accusers to testify in person they were allowed to testify in in written form, which ultimately meant it didn't really have any impact on the proceedings and Biden came to regret that he said later that the mistake was that he gave Clarence Thomas more credence than he deserved and..
Hollywood Commission finds women twice as likely to report bullying in workplace than men
"The latest in a Syriza's studies about the workplace in Hollywood find it is full of bullies and filled with power imbalances. NPR's Mandalay del Barco has more The Hollywood Commission, chaired by Anita Hill, surveyed nearly 10,000 people working in the entertainment industry about intimidating or humiliating workplace behaviors such as insults. Sarcasm is gestures, yelling, swearing, harsh criticism and physical aggression. One person reported. Quote bullies run rampant and go unchecked and don't get treatment. Women in the survey were twice as likely as men to report abusive conduct workers younger than 40, disabled workers and non union workers. So they have it bad. So do assistance to writers, rooms and executives. A Hollywood commission says it's now training directors, producers, showrunners, casting directors and others to manage bullying mandolin del Barco NPR NEWS, The
Fresh update on "anita" discussed on Fresh Air
"Then there were nine Amy Cockney, Barrett will ascend to the Supreme Court, changing the face of justice in the United States for decades to come. How the Skoda shift affects the case is being heard now and the repercussions down the line. All that plus your calls at +8778698253. I'm tansy No Vega, and that's next time on the takeaway weekday afternoons at three on 93.9 FM. This is fresh air, and if you're just joining us, we're talking about Joe Biden. My guest is Evan Osnos. He's a staff writer for the New Yorker, where he covers politics and foreign affairs. His new book is called Joe Biden. The Life the Run, and What matters now? One of the important things about Joe Biden's career in the Senate is that he served as the head of the Senate Judiciary Committee. In that role. He helped stop Robert Bork, who is very conservative and was an originalist. Stopped him from being confirmed. But a few years later when Clarence Thomas was facing his confirmation hearings, Biden Prevented. Women from coming forward to testify before the committee who would have supported Anita Hill and would who would have offered their own similar allegations that they were sexually harassed? Clarence Thomas. What's your understanding? Of why Biden did not allow those women to testify to the committee. Yeah, I think you're right to bring up both of those to confirmation hearings because they were sort of in his mind related, Joe Biden. The important fact was that Biden imagined himself in that period as being somebody who was a Democrat but who treated Republican seriously tried to maintain the standards of the Senate, which was that you give the other side credence. Aunt allow them to to have a serious hearing for their ideas and in the Bork nomination, Biden wouldn't describe it is him successfully preventing board from getting on the court so much as he would say that he conducted the process fairly enough that in the end, Bork was not successful in reaching the court. So then he gets into 1991 and the Clarence Thomas hearings and Biden was dealing with this very complicated set of Pressure's on him. On the one hand, he is a Democrat who came to office partly on his support for civil rights, who is contending with the candidacy the nomination of what would be the next African American member of the Supreme Court, and he felt some weight of history and making sure that that was a serious process. And then at the same time, of course, Clarence timeless. Clarence Thomas was facing very serious accusations of sexual harassment, and Biden tried to have it both ways. In some ways what he tried to do was Give was to try to pay respect to the Republican side of the process by allowing Republican senators to question Anita Hill very intensively harshly in some cases, and then he also Did not allow these other accusers to testify in person. They were allowed to testify in written form, which, ultimately, man, it didn't really have any impact on the proceedings. And Biden came to regret that. He said later that the mistake was that he gave Clarence Thomas more credence than he deserved and I think there was running through his mind at that time. This this sense that in the interests of trying to give a full hearing to the accusations against Thomas, he was afraid that he was going to be seen as somebody who was not allowing an African American nominee to receive a A full and fair hearing, and that led him into trouble and it's it's a mistake that he has expressed remorse about. But to be precise. He doesn't say that he that he made an error. What he says is that he wished Anita Hill had been treated better. And I think that's a key distinction because you know if we're trying to understand the ways in which Joe Biden is capable of self reflection, and what are the issues on which he has expressed his clear regret and nod He has not gone as far as Anita Hill wants him to in saying that he was In saying that he was wrong about handling that case. She's kind of reluctantly endorsed him. She has. I mean, they spoke before he was a candidate, and he expressed his. You know his his regret. Toe heard that that she had not had a more decent appearance in Congress in which people had treated her More fairly on DH. She does not think that his handling of that case should be disqualifying for a president. But she also wishes that he was more clear and emphatic in his apology to her. I expected the Trump campaign to try to make more of the unsubstantiated allegations involving Joe Biden's involvement in 100. Biden's business dealings in Ukraine. And you know Giuliani's accusation that Biden fired Ukraine's prosecutor. The prosecutor general to try to stop investigations into Hunter Biden and his involvement with the Ukrainian gas company Bere, Esma. Andi. There's the whole story that the New York Post printed totally unsubstantiated that Hunter Biden had dropped off his computer for repairs at a place in Wilmington, and it had incriminating information on it that was turned into The FBI and then to the New York Post. And even the person who wrote the story wanted their name taken off the story, so I don't know. What do you think? You think you expect the Trump Campaign to try to make more of it. And do you think the story just didn't stick for whatever reason? I mean, one reason would be that it doesn't appear to be true. But that doesn't mean there are plenty of un true stories that stick I think they've tried desperately to make it the an issue. Remember, that was Theis. You that got Donald Trump impeached? I mean, going back to even before this campaign was sort of in full flourish. Donald Trump was on the phone with Ukraine's leader. Seeking an attempt to try to get them to produce damaging information about the Biden family..
Is Trump Losing the Midwest?
"Welcome to the be I'm Ari Melber and we are tracking some new sides. Trump campaign is worried about losing the Midwest and thus the entire race to Joe Biden trump spending precious time and resources on defense and state carried by wapping ten points. Last Cycle Iowa Biden is closing that gap and putting the state in a dead heat I was one of the thirty nine states Kobe is surging appointed his greeting donald trump's visit many voters their view this campaign homestretch through the prism of covert. And the criticisms not just coming from Joe Biden or the Resistance Iowa leaders, public health experts, independent writers all noting the trump is coming back now for votes after turning his back on the crisis there take the influential Des Moines Register stating that after jeopardizing our live from far. Trump decides to visit Iowa in person. Or take a look at this. You can't pull up trump's I will rally tonight without seeing this massive billboard pointing the way to yes. A super spreader of. Trump is plowing forward on breaking CDC guidelines lying about the risk of Colbert and the timing of vaccine and repeating two thousand sixteen claims in that state and in other key battleground states that from what we're seeing on the ground and our reporting may not play as well. Right now Democrats, say many measurable signs show that some voters are now onto the con- take a local paper in the state of Pennsylvania noting that trump is just recycling is two thousand, sixteen jobs message, which may work less during the current recession while the president blows up these stimulus talks this week. And his key groups like suburban women turn on Donald Trump that's according to internal polling newly obtained by politico or senior citizen's wavering on trump group that he needs for a winning coalition in several of these states, and since we were last on air just last night, roughly three more million ballots are in leading to nearly fifteen million total ballots cast, which again is vital because it may lock in votes at a time when Donald Trump appears down. So. If you follow all this stuff, you could see the facts trump's record are hurting him. But with the second debate canceled this week, not everyone's falling all the details which is important to keep in mind and that's true. We checked even in some key states that the candidates are visiting even for people who do read the paper. Take Florida which so many politicos obsessed over even when the candidates are on the ground I wanNA show, you hear a fairly typical big city paper, the Orlando Sentinel, the twenty, twenty race it's not the very top story or line. It's not top two on the right. You have to squint there and find it. We put it in red for you below the full in the very lower right hand corner, and that's with the nominee Joe Biden on the ground. Elections are one on preference and turnout. Popularity or preference really helps. But turnout commander more. That's how unpopular person like Donald trump managed to eke out a win in the electoral college in the first place even though remember he never pulled very high. He never pulled past fifty percent and he finished with few voters supporting him in our weird. Constitutional System. By right now, thanks from that evidence. We showed you in what we've been showing you throughout the week that they are up. So they're laser on taking that preference and trying to get the turnout with these growing leads states that trump won in two thousand sixteen big leads in some places above the margin of error and the question is, can the Democrats actually turn all those people out? I want to bring in someone who knows all about this polling Guru Cornell Belcher who worked on both Obama campaigns and wanting to taller the national political director for supermajority, which focuses ongoing political opportunities for women good evening to both of you. Cornell when you see the numbers up. What is the vital part for campaigns in October as voting's begun interning turning preference in turn out into victory? I think are a couple of things are really important. The numbers that are structurally different from twice I wanted to make that plex a lot of people still nervous about twenty sixteen. Structurally this is different than twice a couple of ways. One is different than to sixteen. In that in all these polls are driven showing by actually has a majority. And that is critical I. don't care if you're five, six, seven points. If you're below majority crazy things can happen. But in most of these bound states and certainly the national polling, he's now at a majority in Washington Post polling which I which I pay attention to hear because they they have the third party candidate in there as well. He's still at a majority you remember. Hillary was always ahead in the forced to way choice coastal majority but with the third party candidates who. Turned up the instrumental she was never had a majority of that. She got in nationally law with what what we saw with third-party Cornell just to pause on that point you raise because this matters you're pointing out that sometimes the question the voters get on the phone is different than what they're going to see. If they turn out, they get presented with two and it can change the actual science of what we're getting when they're gonNA go in the ballot box and see three or more explain to us exactly what's different now or what you think that there's more optimism for Biden compared to that. There was a protest right and we understood that that that that the third party candidates were repealing. A inaudible segment of the electorate who who, who was my time voted for for Bronco Rock Obama and nowhere is that more crystal clear than the State Wisconsin, what you saw those young people third party forty we also understand that the Russians have had a big play in and try and direct some of those specials and African American voters toward party candidate candidate candidates here. But even with their and candidates right now structurally, Biden has a majority of which is which is good and it's a stable majority. Are This is unusual in that you can't go back in the last two or three decades seeing where a Democrat has held a double digit lead nationally embattled most these battleground states for not one month that two months, three months. But basically, since June so structurally, this is very different and within the numbers is very different because when you look at right now you know among College White Women, the Horse Races Twenty seven, sixty, nine ad from the Washington. Post poll so know. So, you're talking about structurally this lead in and his support is very different than what we saw. Hillary Clinton Sixteen in two thousand sixteen quite frankly I'm gonna Bama and teen got but this is structurally even different than what we saw for Brock Obama. In Twenty, eight, twenty, twelve in two. Thousand eight I'M GONNA bring. You Anita? But. You're saying it diplomatically are you saying you think the number support a bigger margin for buying than what Obama One? Is Is blasphemed don't Tell Brak. Obama but I. Joe By going to beat it by. Wow don't you know it doesn't work when you say don't tell someone, but you're on live TV. That's really you are I mean again, I just want to underscore this. Again, we're following the the numbers and I've tried to show viewers we're GONNA continue report for you. Particularly, the votes cast the voter registration were at fifteen million votes. The election has begun, which is different than a hypothetical poll six months ago so we have an Obama pollster. Saying tonight, he is seeing the elements of the larger victory for Biden and Obama that you own that. Not Me that's really interesting coming from you cornell. Elliott. said it you're not telling you. There's no things what they're. Not. GonNa, let you forget this. I don't see it. But what I do see is absolutely the margins nationally the margins in these battleground states are undeniable but also an organizer. So first and foremost I'm always going to default to this is a turnout game. It is all about the people get showing up. I am absolutely looking at that almost fifteen million votes cast number and have optimism optimism about what we can expect to see as we get closer to the election cycle and I'm also a woman optimistic about women boating and turning out their friends and their. Families to make sure that binding gets over the finish line because what what is interesting here is Bala failures that you mentioned about trump and your opening are like boater boater spill that and voters are living that every single day. So on top of all them enthusiasm for a Biden Harris, they're taking their lived experience in an ongoing pen to make that didn't have to be this way in an economic recession that again didn't have to be this way but are here but we're all here because of trump and his administration's ineptitude.
Fresh update on "anita" discussed on Your Online Coffee Break
"Huge test of his of his of his character at many levels and while most of us who can remember I don't quite remember at least I didn't that the first part of the hearings was like a week-long more traditional but vicious confirmation hearings sort of like the board hearing that had been a fairly recent centers really quizzed him on his views on abortion and abortion was really the driving force of that part of the confirmation battle to try to get him to say something about row. And after 5 days of that the committee voted seven to seven split but that was enough to send his name up to the full senate for a vote Justice. I was his lips and he finally relaxed they went off to talk to the country to kind of get away. And then just then Anita Hill's allegations were leaked to NPR and and the Senate decided not to read have the Judiciary can be reconvened whole new hearings. So just as Thomas said it's like you finished one Marathon you relax then you're told you got to run another one and this time as his wife says he was spent there was nothing left of him. They felt at this time. It was spiritual warfare because of the nature of the charges and she said the demons were loose and they had to rely on their faith took them through a day. They had prayer Partners come to the house. It was it was a very different process from them internally something that we viewers may not see And I I think family's very important there and it remains important Justice Thomas says a prayer for humility. I think dearly and it is a and that is a virtue in short supply here in the nation's capital gains. Absolutely. I tell you I do think back to the confirmation hearings and you're right when I think about Justice Thomas, I I do. I remember the confirmation hearings not as well detail as you just explained but there were so many aspects so many aspects of his life that I just had no idea about and we mentioned some of this also when he mentioned some other I think surprises I guess our audience will be a see this documentary. Well, I think there are two kinds of surprises. First of all, I think people who are closely following the court may have a lot of misapprehension about Justice Thomas, right? It doesn't speak in oral argument. He doesn't give a lot of interviews because of being burned by the media during his confirmation battle. And so the the people who have defined a story have Chrome An impression that he is not smart that he is misanthropic. He doesn't like to speak and I think anyone watches this movie whatever their politics kind of Come Away with that but those myths in in mind, but but I think the thing that to me is most surprising about the story is his resilience his ability to come back time and again from setbacks and his unwillingness to Define himself as a victim he could he was born in real poverty few people today or maybe none experience that at least in America like he was a victim of Jim Crow of real segregation, but he does not define himself that way and we all at different levels can make this similar choice and and I find that inspiring. Absolutely Michael again created equal Clarence Thomas's and words. Fantastic. May I congratulate you on your team on that if a gas what next for you? Well, we had a documentary that we produced before this on the bat biggest battles in the Iraq War Fallujah and the Jeff and we want to get that movie in two years too. And it really tells the stories in the words of the people who fought there and it tries to tell the story as if it were Gettysburg, Iwo Jima as a battle story without politics. We're going to ask the young men and women of our Armed Forces to fight and die for us. We need to understand what why they did what they did. How can they find out more about that? They are go to our website, which is manifold Productions. Com manifold productions.com. We're all that is listed, but first, they should go to Just As Time as movie.com. It's too many websites. Absolutely and I'll put links to all these been shown us for this episode Michael again. I would just thank you for taking time out of your schedule joints. They really do appreciate it. Thank you very much was good talking to you online coffee break. Why I really enjoy my conversation with Michael and I'm loving the new documentary created equal is streaming now on your favorite platforms, including Amazon Apple TV and YouTube for more information. Visit is Justice Thomas movie.com. I want to thank Michael for joining me today want to thank you for joining us as well. Again. We'd appreciate it. If you'd share this episode with a friend. Also, if you're watching Youtube, if you can give us a thumbs-up or if you're suggesting just give us a 5-star rating on your favorite podcast application, by the way. Thanks so much for joining us. We'll see you next time. God bless..
Training dogs to sniff out COVID-19
"They can sniff out counselors late blood sugar levels in diabetics, drugs, explosive chemicals used in bombs, and as many dog owners know any food in one hundred meter radius. dokes have notorious powerful noses with hundreds of millions of central sceptres that can pick up traces of substances at just one pop trillion. And so now teams around the world from Lebanon to the UK attesting out dog's olfactory abilities when it comes to sniffing out cubic nineteen. One of those putting hounds on the viral hunt is Dominic Cork a professor at the National Veterinary School of. In front first phase is to train the dog to put his nose in coon and sniff. So we knew that if he story then we put some positive sample in this goal and dogs are going to one whole week but they'll in the cones and everything is made as a game I'm Nichole Davis, and this is science weekly. We Got Dominique on the line to ask him a bit more about how you actually train dogs to sniff out a disease. Unfortunately, the audio isn't great so about that but the first question I wanted to ask Monique was exactly when he first decided to ton his dogs noses towards K. Nineteen well, it's I'm a I'm head of a Canine Sports Medicine unit that the vet, school in our fault. And and we are working a lot on working dog I'm also involved in search and rescue dogs instead thirty five years as firefighters. And I've always been working on Doug affection actually. So we also have a big program in the. Vet. School, which is Naza. He's in the goal of the program is to develop the medical detection dogs in in France and so when when the COVID did show up, we had a meeting It was on the ninth of March I remember and. The. First question was, what are we going to use samples? So we checked everything in the graffiti and we saw that the the the sweat under the armpit that would be very few chance of bessie of contamination and actually has no passive condemnation. The dog is not sensible. So we make so that the dogs do not tach at any moment, the samples than we started with such rescue dog from different fire departments. Minute Ducasse what two weeks to consider that it was working in the. And that's what we've been doing for six months. So, let's get to the nuts and bolts here. What is it that the dogs are sniffing Anita? You say you take samples from People's armpits. Similarly, people use an awful lot of deodorants and other toiletries at does that get in the way of things dogs sniffing the virus sniffing the? Effects of the virus when the virus enters add a sale, the viruses replicating also using the Senate. To produce his own proteins he's on molecules and these chemical molecules they have to go out of the buddy. They can go out food the European through the feces for the tears and through the sweat. So that's what the dogs are looking for, and that's been a quite a few studies in the past showing that insalled cultures different virus were producing different others. Let's go nemo. Valetta. Organic compounds. And that's what we are looking for now to answer questions regarding the utterance in perfumes and so on. The key point for these dogs is to have some top quality and fresh positive samples in all the to make the in printing. So we're GONNA need roughly eighteen positive samples that are fresh. We don't rely only on a on A. Positive results also asked samples to hospitals coming from people who have chemical symptoms. The scan that he's typical etcetera etcetera, and if you do it this way while the dogs reading in memory, the specific other and you can put any type of the. or perfume this is not a problem. It would be a problem if the people who are using only one brand of the audience in the same product. But the Zillions of different types of the in perfume. So the only Common Otter, the dogs are finding in the eighty something samples that they are sniffing at the beginning is the the covid and that's what we want to focus on that. Domini, how do you train the dogs I'm what do they do? Once they find a positive sample today sit down or bark or how do they signal that they found something To train, the dogs are using some what we call a faction guns that. Developed that's a good way to not have the dog in contact with the samples and so the first phases to train the dog to put his nose in the cone in sniff, and so we do that too. If he story then we put some positive sample in this in the dogs are going to for one whole week. Now going to put down those in the cones so that the imprinted with the specific honor of the positives and then with more. With some neutral, which means the swabs without anything, and then we put some negative samples and wing prisoner amount of corns. We increase the amount of negative samples. We put some some lines. We've only negatives on the positives and everything is made as a game. In other words, the dog is getting his story when he finds the positive most of the time, we asked the doctor sit in front of the. That's pretty easy to obtain. But if the dog is marking differently barking or scratching or whatever I don't care because it's the important thing is to have the dog marking correct simple. What is important is to keep the motivation of the dog and the motivation of the dog is coming through the interaction with the duck hander and through the fact that he's rewarded when he works good and plays with his a duck handler. Happiness is to keep going for working dogs. A key issue that some skeptics of this approach have raised is that you might be able to tell someone with covert from somebody who doesn't have cable but can you really tell apart someone who has covered from someone who has another virus like flu? For example what do you say to that? We are starting right now to check if the dogs are mocking? Some people with other types of virus infections or other type chronic disease like lung cancers, auditees, and so on. But there has been some studies a lot of studies trying to identify the volatile organic compounds coming from different types of virus that have been put in south counter and each time it shows that the other print of the virus coming from these vetting are any compounds is specific to a virus. Would we see in terms of practical results is that there's a lot of times where the dog has been more accurate than the PCR. We've got some people with negative that were marked by the dogs. Samples were remarkably the dogs we send back the anonymous number of these samples to the hospitals, the remade the PCR, the our positive. We also have some negative people that were marked by the dogs. We have a refugee at ten cases like this where we told the hospital. Okay. These people are positive for us and they couldn't get in touch with these people but these people went back to the hospital a few days later and they were clinically covid nineteen and most of the time they were with digestive simple. You have to keep in mind also that that when you when you look for virus in the nose. You don't look for the virus at the other end of the buddy. Just. How accurate is this at? What kind of results are you getting with dogs? The accuracy of the dogs is measured for two terms of sensitivity which means that the doug doesn't miss some positives and specificity which means deduct doesn't miss some negatives. Sensitivity is the most important and. The values that we obtained are between ninety up to nine hundred, nine point five percent in Dora sensitivity and the specificity is always close to a hundred percent. So this entity is that say ninety five percent while it means that you might have some false positive, but it's no big dipped. One or two percent of positives. The big deal would be to miss some positives and actually this is not something that happens with the dog. So you can take that in any sense results are good as long as the dogs are well trained.
Interview with Mark Constantine of Lush Cosmetics
"Back. In nineteen ninety-five I was studying in London my sister. Karen. Came to visit me that year. She'd been to London before. So on her visit, she was the guide we traveled through the market stalls Candan lock we picked up some indie records at rough trade and made a special trip to covent garden to visit a newly open shop. Called Lush I hadn't heard of it but my sister had instructions from all friends back in L. A.. Get me stuff from. Lush. Now at the time, it was one of two lush locations in the world, and this is before e commerce. So unless you went to the store, you couldn't get the products. Remember the overpowering smell of roses and lavender and honey and lemon I remember these long loaves of colorful soap laid out on tables where you could slice off a Chonkin pay for it. By weight there were bath bombs and shampoos and lotions. It looked like the produce department at a fancy grocery store. You didn't see a whole lot of plastic packaging and in front of each product, you'd find a bright colorful chalkboard with a description. It was unlike any beauty product store I had ever seen. And it probably explains why then There was a line to get in. Lush was part of a new wave of beauty companies that came onto the scene around that time. Many of them influenced by the body shock and it's iconic founder Anita Roddick who as you will hear features prominently in this story is well. The main founder of Lush Mark Constantine had already seen incredible success and then catastrophic failure by the time he launched his venture. In fact, right before mark. Open Lush. He's lost most of his money on a mail order business that went bust. But. Lush turned his fortunes. And and today it's a brand with more than nine hundred stores around the world. Now, in recent months, the pandemic has hit the company hard. For time all of its stores in the UK, the US and Australia were closed. But. Lush has also seen a massive surge in online orders and later on, we'll get an update on how mark and the company have navigated the pandemic and the global economic fallout. But first a little bit about mark's background. He grew up in weymouth seaside town in the south of England. When he was only two years old his dad's split from the family and went off to Africa and mark never saw him again while he was growing up. And his mother. She took mark and moved in with her mother marks Grandma. It was me my mom, my grandmother who really brought me up a my aunt. So. I was really bored three. Yeah. What did your mom do? She was a journalist in the local newspaper on I knew my mom had to work in order for us to to be okay. It was very, very comfortable life full of love and hugs and security. My mom was always there and I love my nine I looked up to my nine and so it was comfortable. Very nice. Obey. Feminine Life I've felt. Spoilt To be honest, obviously, my nine drilled into me the proper values as well. with proverbs and all sorts of other things you know I I had to rights repeatedly better best never them rest till. My good is better. My better best things like that. But then I guess. Around the time you were twelve. So you like you stopped living with your grandmother like Yulia mom moved out. what happened was they there was larger a my mother married the lawyer we moved to my grandmother died. I didn't realize probably until much later in my life high much that'd affected me I felt responsible. I think from my grandmother's death for most of my life because obviously I was important to her and I wasn't there anymore and I couldn't after her and she died on then my my stepfather was. Very, cold I would say and violent. But that's very typical upbringing fifties because they'd come is war gentlemen. There was a lost friends some of them had seen that friends killed or relatives and So it was you know not surprising that those people were bringing up my generation went all the best balanced people in the world. What kind of I mean what kind of kid were you? What do you remember about how you responded to those circumstances? Did you I don't know retreat into yourself or did you act out? Did you fight with your mom? What do you remember or didn't fire my mom but I force a lot with my Stepdad physical fights and they would argue we would all argue. It was just I want to say unsatisfactory which doesn't side like this is like a strange word to use it but. Certainly when I came to build my own home I, for example, never locked the front door. You know I I make an effort on those smaller things that tell people that they wanted to. Careful. Kid were you at school? Are you could student? School was still difficult for. Really. Was it was just heart for you. I. Mean there were a lot of gangs. Gangs were normal in the fifties for for everyone there were lots of gang. So I went to the grammar school, which was the best school in. The top ten percents shoots went to the grammar school. Everyone's surprise when I got in. And then I wasted it while I. was there except that I did make friends and we were in particular gang where we could make. Bombs and things. Can. Make bombs. What we were the news like. PIPEBOMBS. They were we killing sugar bombs with batons permanganate. Glycerin Fuses also savings on we went making them for the IRA season, the Perron purposes to intimidate other gang.
Solving The Stress Cycle
"Navigating stress can be challenging at the best times and now in the midst of a global pandemic with concerns for our health and finances were all facing a new set of worries stresses ingrained in our world and day to day lives, and while this might sound overwhelming if we learned to understand it, we can then hopefully break the stress cycle. So. This meets food for thought sees Pharmacist Tunnel for Dr David Hamilton and I explore what stress ready is how we can control it and intern combated Hello David Hi there how are you today of? Thank you for asking I am very very well thank you how about yourself a really good. been working on morning on the bookwork in. Mathematics in Part Team University degree in Maths and physics. So I I was working or not this morning as well. So it's been. A multi tasking morning. Feeling that sounds incredibly strenuous. So just destroying your mind further today. I'm talking about strengthened kindness and self esteem missiles, things today, and let's start by a stat that I wanted to bring up. So research has shown that if adults in the UK. That work seems to be riches convenience through what you just said the biggest stress factor. Now, do you think this could be where businesses are perhaps maybe going wrong in terms of health of their employees and how they looking after them Yeah I think different companies have different different ways of looking at us, I think some companies. Don't really either notice or it's not so much of a big deal. The stresses experienced by employees it is other companies the new of a s really much. Something that they really have ongoing programs like stress management, Magma volt in a couple of companies. Where we've actually look to closing the culture of kindness really as an antidote to stress I think, varies from one company to the next and I think it's just the. You. Know. How How. Much I. I guess the the company not really notices a what's happening with employees in Ho what the Anita? Exactly exactly and I know you do a lot of work as well in the area of even being kind to one enough and the fact that. I the way we speak to one another as well as noticing the effects of stress because there's different types of stress isn't that that can affect us and how we talk to each flea could be a factor the definitely I mean but we have you know what you call acute stress the stuff that just happens. Because of something, maybe even something not necessarily this happened but your your perception, your perspective on on something here the way you look at something for example, and then you get a law of was what you might call episode stress. You may get a lot of a stressor, a succession of them and I think if these we hand and then stress becomes almost a hobby is. Something that you've experienced a law. Then we call that chronic stress and so and that's when I think that's when you stop to associate when people talk about the impact of stress on our health. I think in general we we're more more thinking of the impact of chronic stress can along term stuff that that really does occupy much of our psyche, but really has stone physiological effect.
Kentucky AG Seeks To Delay Release Of Breonna Taylor Grand Jury Recording
"Kentucky attorney general's office requested a week long delay to process the court ordered release of the grand jury recordings in the Briana Taylor case. They were supposed to be released today. Those grand jury recordings being made available after a juror filed a motion that was granted by a judge to lift the secrecy of the proceedings as a way to dispute the conclusion. Of Attorney General Daniel Cameron and his prosecution of the officers involved in Briana Taylor's death demonstrators and Taylor's family have been calling for the grand jury transcripts to be released for the recordings are a step further. Taylor family attorney ll Anita Baker praising the judge's decision. I think that in the interest of justice that this deserves to be made public on DH, she did the right thing. Derek Dennis
NPR News Interviews Professor Anita Hill
"Considered from NPR News. I'm Ari Shapiro and Mary Louise Kelly has enough changed in the three years since the Harvey Weinstein story broke and the me to movement took off. A new report finds that for Hollywood and the entertainment business, the answer is no. The Hollywood Commission, a nonprofit that works to eradicate harassment and discrimination in the industry. Surveyed entertainment workers nationwide and found many are staying silent because they fear retaliation. Or they don't believe people in positions of power will be held to account. The chair of the commission is Anita Hill, who, of course, has fought her own battles over getting allegations of sexual harassment taken seriously. She accused now Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas of harassment and testified. Under oath back in 1991. Professor Hill joins us now welcome back to all things considered. I'm glad to speak with you again. I'm happy to be here. Tell me what surprised you in the survey results Well, the standout data was the data on accountability. We ask people Do you think that a person of higher rank Who was found to have our asked a person of lower rank would be held accountable and what we found is that 64% of the people we surveyed said that in fact, that person would not be held accountable. I suppose that's the thing that surprised me. I mean, on the one hand, it's not surprising that we're dealing with such deeply entrenched culture and history here. On the other hand, it's been three years of me, too, in the spotlight, and many powerful men have been held to account. You're you're absolutely right. We've seen some very high profile cases. And what we want to make sure is that it doesn't stop with just a few high profile cases. We know that they are problems throughout. Workplaces, and we want to make sure that everybody, whatever their position is Can count on being heard. So that's one piece of this. The other is persuading people who believe they're being harassed, have been harassed that they have a safe path to come forward and report it. I remember interviewing you, Professor Hill. Always. Almost exactly. Two years ago, September 2018 on we were talking because it was in the middle of the confirmation battle over Brett Kavanaugh. And we talked about the the personal cost of choosing to come forward. What do you say to someone who's weighing whether to do so or not? Well, you're absolutely right. There are personal cost. But even when people are willing to take the risk, there are other things that they're considering. People don't come forward because they think they won't be taken seriously. Unfortunately, the Cavanagh hearing really gave the impression that the Senate Judiciary Committee Did not take Christine Bozzi. Ford's claim seriously, and people see that example and becomes, you know what they think will happen to them.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in state at U.S. Capitol
"At the Supreme Court on Friday, late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg became the first woman And first Jewish person ever to lie in state at the U. S. Capitol. Anita, why hasn't a woman ever help this honor before? That's a great question? You know, they've been doing this tradition since 18 52. And it hasn't been as many people as you might think. It's been about 35. So a lot of presidents, you know other other people, but mostly are obviously this is always for someone who serves in the government. Four civilians have also been honored, but it's not called lying in state. So Congress decides who does this, and, you know, obviously many elected officials in this country until more recently were men. Well, Devlin before the capital Justice Ginsburg lay in repose of the Supreme Court. Can you describe this remembrance was like and who came to pay their respects? Well, pretty much the entire city came to respect it. And it was. It was an interesting Mix because it began as sort of a spontaneous, Ah, demonstration of support remembrance that the very night of her death outside the Supreme Court. And then obviously it morphed into the official pageantry of remembrance. And, you know, I think I think the video that is probably going to be most lasting from that is People chanting against the president when he showed up, you know, I think it says something about the state of our politics right now, that even in you know, a memorial setting That the political anger is so great that people are going to essentially boo the president public. On DH That just tells you what the stakes are of that. You know, her death is obviously sad, and obviously a moment in history. But it's also another. You know another front in this political battle that were that were following Fernando what he tells about Justice Ginsburg's funeral plans and and where shall ultimately be laid to rest? Um, she will be laid to rest on Arlington National Cemetery next to her husband, Marty Ginsburg than in section that is reserved for Former members of the Supreme Court. And today, the Friday will be the on Ly Day that she will be lying in state in the U. S Capitol and the need a set of historic moment is the first woman first person was Jewish Delight in state. Let's remember that Rosa Parks laid in honor at the Capitol Rotunda, but that was 2005. And that is the distinction between laying and honor. And Ling and stay on. Only four people have leant in honor of the Capitol Rotunda. That's Reverend Billy Graham. And to our police, Capitol police officers were shot dead in AA. A shooting in the Capitol in 1998 on then Rosa Parks in 2005. But yes, this will be a very ah, you know? Speaker Pelosi has given the honor to Ah birthday there. Ginsberg to be a two capital dalliances state. Apparently there are some interesting absences, Asari. That way. We know maybe Mitch McConnell and and other members of the Republican leadership not showing up to this event. Well, there's a
US Supreme Court: The possible nominees to fill vacancy
"Of you paid attention to who the possible nominees are. People are talking about Amy Kuney Barrett and Barbara Lago do you know but these judges and can you tell us anything about them? Sure I mean there. It's almost certain to be Amy Coney Barrett. Just because trump has generally deferred to actually others throughout his four years especially when it comes to the higher court, the Circuit Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court, and there's really a pretty big consensus around amy. Barrett, there some talk that like trump would be helped in Florida if he went the other way. But I'll be I'll be very shocked if it's not her now she is you know a a more or less. Predictable right wing jurist. I think her her confirmation. We'll have enormous effects just because I think it's clear. She's a reliable vote to overturn Roe v Wade where. Probably, in her absence, they would just continue cutting the meaning of that precedent down. You know because even as of today it's it's been made so hard to get an abortion in the south that weather would wanNA speak of. A meaningful federal right to abortion is already open to question in in many other areas. She'll just confirm that drift to the supreme, court in this liberal direction, which actually some of the Democrats on on the panel have have kind of colluded and in taking it toward in recent decades. So the addition of one person is rarely like catalytic or transformative. Maybe on this one issue of abortion, it would actually lead five of the justices without chief justice, Roberts to overturn Roe v Wade, which might not happen otherwise and I'm not suggesting that's not a big deal. It is, but probably in most other areas of law, it would just be like the same more of the same except more. So so so what are the different ways that you see this playing out Let's say this happened than Biden is elected He then gets to replace I assume the next soon to retire Justice Briar I believe, right? I mean. We. Assume that Clarence Thomas would try to outlast Joe Biden in the same way that Ruth Ginsburg tried to outlast Donald. Anything could happen right and you happen and of course, we should probably talk about interesting relationship between Biden and Clarence Thomas. How much of a? Let's go there. How much did Biden in neighb- ball Clarence Thomas is Supreme Court. Or empower him as a sitting Supreme Court justice while he was instrumental as as the chairman of the Judiciary Committee, I mean you know we can get personal. But in we've all seen, you know whatever the you know the Netflix's reenactment of this level. But you know the truth is that Biden you know maybe like all of us only more so again has been a prisoner of his time all the way along and at that moment The He he responded you know as part of the like con, the comedy of the Senate required. You know he hung out with these other white men and they decided that this wasn't a big enough deal and there was deference even in a democratically controlled Senate to the you know right of the president to nominate a supreme. Court justice when a seat is vacant we've totally given up those those norm sense really as a country, but you know within the Senate to. You know I definitely think he sh- his treatment of Anita Hill is part of the record that we ought to think seriously about it's mainly testament to changing norms in the country about gender and about sexual violence and so I but I. so but I would kind of broaden out to less about his own limitations which may be substantial and more about you know. Where we've come why really starting with Robert bork before through the Clarence Thomas Nomination, and through our time we've we've really converted national politics into like these psycho dramas around filling supreme court seats, and again, the reason is not having to do with any of these individuals Biden Thomas. it's more with what's at stake, which is policy making authority over all Americans and it it is. It's. It's hard to argue that this particular institution auto habit
Federal officials stockpiled munitions, sought ‘heat ray’ device before clearing Lafayette Square, whistleblower says
"So We're learning more these about air, small what federal businesses authorities of were these thinking air bars and restaurants and planning and retailers just before Lafayette also Square the airlines. in the nation's capital Anyone was who's cleared really of reliant protesters on back travel in June, these all days for President is Trump that to some walk across risk the there street some and beneficiaries hold a Bible of in that front as of the well. church. For those, Arrest of laying for example is following of Mike the story do for the business Washington Post with and people spoke who with are Como's making below. road Neil trips. Marissa, It seems Where as though federal officers you know there's a were perception preparing for and probably quite reality a confrontation that we're There safer they seem if we stay to have within been. the They confines were trying of our own to automobile. paint a number On of the different other hand, weapons. 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Louisville to pay $12M to Breonna Taylor's family, reform police
"Of Louisville, Kentucky, has agreed to a wrongful death lawsuit settlement rather with the family of Rianna Taylor. It's included a $12 million payment and police reformed. Attorney Lee Anita Baker represents the Taylor family Financial settlement was not negotiable without significant police reform, and that's what we were able to do today. Taylor in the empty worker was killed by police officers acting on a no knock search warrant on March 13th You're listening to ABC
Don't AT Me: Twitch Has A Stalker Problem
"Thursday September ninth twitch dreamer be X. Bullet posted a tweet longer where she details her experiences with the person she alleges is zero harasser and Stalker. She calls him by name Mattie Rocket Online? He goes by specialty Poof from now on I'm going to be referring to him as suspecting according to the twit longer the problem started when be ex-bull filed a police report against spectacle alleging that he was using quote his or to lure kids into a discord server where he was being sexually inappropriate with them, sharing pornographic websites and images and possibly grooming them for exploitation and quote. Now, the that be X. bullet is referring to is inception east sports which suspect he. Founded and the report she filed to her local police department which was made public last week details alleged history of sexual misconduct, which she claims involved miners. Many of the allegations stem from the inception east sports partner discord server, which at one had over thirty, five hundred members and allegedly had multiple instances of racist and homophobic conversations and whole reason that be ex bullet not respecting is that at one point she was signed to inception east sports as it just chatting streamer it's a twenty four page report documenting in detail with screen shots, videos, and private conversations. A litany of allegations against spectator from his time running three different East sports organizations most recently with inception. To Be X. bullet spectrum somehow found out about the report that she filed and according to her. This is when the harassment began and he's been coming at me everything he has with doc seen harassment bought. Threats Tell you know telling me has my address and like. Saying things like see you soon or can't wait to come visit you kind of stuff from allegedly dachshund her repeatedly to allegedly giving her name and address to people that she describes as dark web criminals threatening to show to where she was on a recent trip and even allegedly having a naked photo of her daughter on his computer. It got to the point where be ex bullet decided to stop streaming on twitch out of fear for her and her daughter safety she. Ran In here and she had underwear on but she bolted in here and I like a lunge data and grabbed her and wrangled her out, and then I ended the stream and as I was doing that I noticed that somebody who was associated with him had clipped the incident and I deleted it right away and I deleted the five and then the next day he sent me a message saying that he had naked pictures of my three year old child saved. And he was using it to blackmail me or to threaten me or to say that he was going to try to get me banned from twitch according to her SPEC D at one point was banned from discord in connection to allegations similar to what she filed in her report. But allegedly, he uses multiple different accounts to remain on discord. She says that even some of his admins have quote emailed discord support trying to get his ulta counts band with no luck and quote now, ex bullet says that she spoke to multiple different lawyers and that due to differing state laws if she wanted to do something legally she. Have to take him to federal court, which would be extraordinarily expensive. She also says that she's reached out to her local authorities, multiple different times but that they haven't been very helpful now, I also reached out to Spec for comment and to get his perspective on the situation, and here's what he had to say it's three years ago and then no excuse for anything but I don't even remember what I did three weeks ago. So my language and talking to people are not asking every single person what their ages on discord and I don't think people do that normally and I watched I watched other youtube channels like. like mcnasty or forty and people like that, and they're talking to people. Like Like. The same way and no one has problem with it a debt why but no one raised awareness back then saying, hey, this a real big problem shouldn't be talking to the minors like this and I know it's not the right thing to do but like. Being Gaming and It's really really a toxic environment and some games, and this is what he had to say when it came to the allegations of targeted harassment towards be X. Bullet Online. So I had the address, they took it and they did. I mean they they found everything. More they found more about her than than I. Even have I, knew I knew what they were I didn't know how or they were going to act on it. I know I didn't know hey. If I give this person, this information that they're going to go really really hard on or are they just going to go look at it and be like whatever. Now, what we talked about here is only a fraction of what's alleged in be X. bullets poor, and while this might be the latest instance of stocking and online harassment in the world of twitch. Unfortunately, it's far from the only one a few months ago. Sweden. Anita who say popular twitch streamer with Threat Syndrome, went public with her own experiences dealing with targeted harassment at a sta the been stalking me quite a few months actually they've been coming to my house they've been sleeping and pretty much my backyard watching the house. The other day. Shop capers had to intervene and kind of holding back while knee chased after. According to Anita this person slept in her backyard multiple times peek through her mail slot. While she was home physically assaulted her and violated the restraining order. She filed against him multiple times. It apparently got so bad that Anita said she feared for her life. This person would bang on her door for hours at a time would constantly send her death threats. He threatened to kill me and the police response has been incredibly underwhelming after he assaulted me, I had a witness I love evidence and the police did nothing she goes on. To say that when the police eventually went to talk to this person about the alleged assault, he was on his way to see her and he allegedly had a knife on him after months of Anita pushing for something to happen. She says that recently the police press charges and this guy was given a suspended sentence of two months in prison and basically a suspended sentences where you're found guilty of whatever you've been charged with by you probably won't be spending any time in prison
Los Angeles - Firefighters continue to battle fires across California
"The latest on fires burning in the west. A fire burning in the San Bernardino Mountains near Ukip is now 41% contained. The fire has burned more than 14,000 acres. The fire burning in Fresno County is now 8% contained the fire burning in the Sierra National Forest near Shaver Lake has burned nearly 202,000 acres. Fire burning near Arcadia has burned nearly 32,000 acres. Officials began evacuating the city in the area of North Elkin Avenue and these East Santa Anita Avenue this morning.
Navajo Nation reports less COVID-19 cases
"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez, which in tribes filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the trump administration over oil and gas development in the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, which people have long fought drilling in the area they hold sacred to protect cultural and subsistence resources. Last month, the Interior Department approved oil and gas leasing in the coastal plain supporters of development include Alaska state leaders, and Alaska's congressional delegation for jobs and Boots the village of Venus by tribal government, Arctic, Village Council and Venus. Village Council filed the lawsuit represented by the native American Rights Fund. Fifteen states led by Washington filed a separate lawsuit, Wednesday high winds and dry conditions continue to fan flames on the call Ville reservation in Washington state. In addition to destroying several structures, the fire is taking a toll on Livestock Ashley. Abraham son with the tribal fish and Wildlife Department estimates the fire has killed as many as twenty, five, hundred head of cattle and up to one hundred horses can't even bring them in because they're so burnt we have to put them down in the pasture and that's just from what we can recover as of right now until the Ho-, thoughts and disappear, we're still counting. People are losing their homes left and right here. And it's just getting more. The Okanagan County fairground is sheltering livestock and other animals, but is anita feed. The cause of the fire remains under investigation. The Navajo Nation reported its second day of no additional Cova nineteen deaths and three days as Christine. Trudeau reports months after strict orders, health officials report dwindling numbers of new cases twice within a matter of days the Navajo nation. marked. A significant milestone that the nation's largest reservation hasn't seen since March it's all the more important as the tribe continues to climb toward a total number that nears ten thousand covid nineteen deaths. The Nation wants outpaced every state in the country for the number of deaths from the disease. Nomination President. Jonathan. Nez. Called it good news but cautioned the numbers will continue to fluctuate until. There is an effective vaccine Nez encouraged citizens not to get discouraged by the fluctuation but to stay on top of practicing healthcare expert recommended safety measures and reminded that it's due to sticking to these measures that new case numbers have dropped in addition to remaining visual novel Nation Council Delegate Amber Penis Crotty says the council continued to push Navajo nation programs for dramatic increase to funds. And resources for every community across Navajo Nation Navajo nation health officials originally reported no new cases for day, but that was leader corrected to add twelve additional cases following Labor Day weekend gatherings another spike in case numbers expected another thirty two hour partial weekend lockdown. We'll go into effect starting Saturday I'm Christine Trudeau the stories a collaboration with national, Native News and the Solutions Journalism Network A native coalition is calling for the Kansas City football team to end its use of native American stereotypes and the Misappropriation of native culture as the NFL season starts in August. The team announced new measures and policies which include banning fans from wearing headdresses into the stadium. An Indian themed face paint. The team says it's reviewing the use of the Arrowhead Chop the coalition not in our honor. Says the steps are in the right direction, but it does not address the overall racism and appropriation of native culture using a race of people as a mascot. The coalition was formed by native college students and includes native advocates, educators, and community leaders. They're calling for the end of the top team name and imagery. Meanwhile, Kansas City kicks off the twenty twenty season against the Houston Texans. Thursday night. I mean Antonio Gonzalez.
Ex-F.B.I. Agent in Russia Inquiry Says Trump Is a National Security Threat
"Former FBI agent Peter Struck. He's the agent from the Russia probe, who was eviscerated by Republicans for sending anti trump messages to his lover on a government phone. Reviewers say he does not reveal any new evidence of collusion with Russia. But the book does say that agents were stunned to learn the campaign seemed to find unlimited time to meet with Russians, He writes that practically invited exploitation by a foreign adversary. Anita Hill
Former Obama officials added to Biden's transition team
"Presidential nominee Joe Biden's using a mix of former Obama administration officials, arrival and vice presidential Possibilities to help run his White House transition team correspondent at O'Keefe reports. It will be led by people, including Ted Kaufman, a longtime aide, Anita Dunn, a former White House adviser to President Obama, who is advising the Biden campaign. Louisiana congressman Cedric Richmond and New Mexico Governor Michelle Luhan.
Can any long shots stun Tiz The Law at Ky. Derby?
"All right. Jody Delhi is going to give us the odds on the Kentucky Derby race. Of course we've heard about is the law. Everybody's liked his. The law is the law. Well, there are other horses in the race. Right, Jody? That's right. Says the law is 45. This is current odds right now. They just opened the windows this morning. Ah, 25 minutes ago. This is current odds. Tis a law fortified. And then there is a pretty good distance between him and the next horses. And the next course is there's actually a pretty good distance of who are a pretty good racer. Who's the second choice right now. It would be Santa Anita Derby winner Honor AP at 8 to 1 Authentic, though, is 9 to 1. That's Bob Baffert horse who won the Haskell Tendo one Bob Baffert horse 1000 words Who won the shared beliefs. So you've got those horses? Ahh, right there. All four vying for second choice in the Derby. Let's run from the inside, post position out. We'll give you all of the odds here. A CZ. We go through it finish the fierce. The number one horse, The one eyed gilding has been scratched. He is not running in the race number two Max player, Ricardo Santana Jr. The jockey, Steve asked. Musa is the trainer Max player. Is down. 18 Toe one. He was a morning line. 30 to 1. He's back. He's been bet. Pretty good. So far enforceable. Adam. The skits of the jockey Mark Cassie is the trainer 23 to 1 down a little bit from 30 to 1 in the morning line. Storm. The court who was the breeder's Cup juvenile champion last year, Julien Les Peru is the jockey Peter Kurten is the trainer 26 to 1, Major fed James Graham and Greg fully 34 to 1. They were 50 to 1 in the morning line. Number six. King Guillermo has been scratched. Money moves. This is the one that is interesting to me. Money moves from Todd Pletcher, making just his fourth career start. Was a 32 1 in the morning line and is getting bet. Heavy. Todd Pletcher's Horse Down 15 to 1 South Bend. I don't think all the Notre Dame Ah money has come in yet on South Been 34 to 1, Tyler Gaffney, Leone and Belmont trainer. Mr Big News. Gabriel Sias trainer Brett Calhoun 47 to 1 number 10,000 words as we said 10 to 1. Number 11 Necker Island, who, by the way will have his blinkers off, so he's been running with blinkers on in his last few races. He will not wear blinkers today 51 to 1 Miguel Mania and Chris Hartman is the trainer. Soul a Valon Day. Patrick being cone Lucas Panici is the jockey Volonte 29 to 1 attachment, Right, Dale? Romans 49 the one I thought that he would actually get a bet down. I'm a little surprised that that one winning surprise winning impression is no surprise. He is 52 to 1, the longest shot on the board. Dallas Stuart and Joe Rocco. In the irons, New York traffic 15 to 1, Paco Lopez and Saffy Joseph is Ah Ah, actually, I think he's gonna end up being like the third or fourth choice when it's all said and done. Probably a little bit of a buzz horse here out here among the horseman Honore P. 8 to 1 in the 16 post position with Mike Smith. John Sheriff's is the trainer. Tis the law 4 to 5, Manny Franco and Barclay Tagg. An authentic on the outside Bob Baffert 9 to 1 John Velazquez in the iron, So there's your Kentucky Derby odds for right now and again betting is open. And we've got a bunch of our hot We have 30 minutes to the first post 31 minutes right now to the first post long time before we get to the Kentucky Derby, So a lot of money will be bet on there, Terry.
"anita" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Caught with uncle. Johnny get some sound I keep I keep calling Garrett Gavin. I don't nothing of Gavin and on me I don't even give it is I know a Gavin but I'm not thinking about her Gavin close. We actually spent Christmas Mus in Italy with a guy named Garrett. Did you think of me. No but uncle Johnny Calling Gavin and we and we and we kept making fun of his name is now. I'm calling him. I did it once thanks. I know you did it for twenty five times I. It's okay so we gotta get some drinks out of Michael Johnny Way to sober for my liking. Also I wanNA play Klay Yummy. I'm so happy that a justin bieber is breaking all sorts of records with this song. This week I mean it was as they say in Rodeo. The most added Song and radio. This week I mean it just to hear that just going to come out with some new music and get a tour we're going to share. He's got he's claiming we've got that Danielle's report. Where do you WANNA start straight nate? Come on sound and by the way. Also thank you to everyone who who's texting in a loving loving Our Anita as we bid her farewell. She is a lovely lady. We should all be more like Anita. I just walked by to give her a hug. Because I didn't get to because of where I sit in here and couldn't reach her and she. She was crying like all the way crying. She said I cannot believe what just happened. So amazing scaring her brand new instagram account. Just quadrupled follow her S. C. I P. DOT COM. Anita's give you Sei pyeho Anita scuitto. Let's get into sound Garett. What's going all right? So we'll Smith. He's out promoting bad boys for life that is in theaters today and stop the tonight show and him Jimmy Fallon they wrapped will Smith's career. Here's a little clip of it in every Monday on the Silky. Thank.
"anita" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Really does. She really likes Ghandi so Anita made me feel so good when I came here I met you guys. I was really nervous because obviously there was a lot going on in my life changing jobs potentially and you're the first person that I encountered when I walked in here and you made me feel so happy and can you give me compliments and you made me feel comfortable and you set the ball rolling down the right path and I love you for it and I thought this is the right place. Women's seeing that makes me feel feel really good. 'cause I especially like with new interns coming in. I know they're nervous. They're you know feeling uncomfortable out of sorts and always WanNa make them feel welcome and know now is going to be okay. We're all nice here you know. And they're going to have a good experience. So you're what you're hearing here is real deal. Anita this is not a script this it sounds it sounds. It's almost too good to be true so I wanna say something to them. I don't want to embarrass you but I do know for a fact that every two weeks we we get paid we food. I heart believe it or not. They still have money and I know that every every two weeks a large chunk of what you get you send out to others who are in need and who needs some Lovin who needed Who are out there? Trying to live their dream. They just can't find the footing and you help them find that we we know you do that and I know that you don't want anyone to know you do that. You keep it secret but I wanted to bring it out loud because I want everyone to use any to as an example on many different levels and how to live your life so when you leave the IHEART IHEART family to go out into the cold cruel world. You'll be coming back in time to really well. That's what are you planning on doing with your time. Now that you are going to have more time out in the real world well I WANNA WANNA I wanNA travel some. I WANNA go back to Paris I want to go to Hawaii. I WanNa go on some cruises..
"anita" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Have eight ladies and gentlemen. I welcome the one and only from the front desk of Media Anita by the Kelloggs cornflakes kill take me back. That's old school. Yes I knew you you when you worked at what was light. FM owned by a different company in a different building. That's right and then you came to join us now. How many years ago was that? That was twelve years ago. Elvis yes been total. I've been here. Nineteen and a half years told long journey. What an amazing journey and it wasn't just the free food either cool? Yeah exactly. I loved everything about it. Because you've been amazing to me and I will always be amazing to you whenever you need anything. We'll always be here for you. They've got many nays many nicknames but a lot of people call me the I- I heart and I hope I always will be that the the high the heart and that's what I would like to always. You're the heart. He's so most people listen to our radio station every day or listen to our podcast and they forget to remember that this is a company and it. It's a it's a business it's a it's an. It's an office building with doors and bathrooms and sexy not. We don't have secretaries assistance and stuff stuff like copy machines so we when you come in. I don't know when you when you come in to do business at IHEART. The first stop is the front desk and Anita has always been in on the Anita thrown raining court and she's always the first impression you get when you walk into this place in so this this isn't just like working in some office building. This this place has a heart you want it all starts with Anita thank you so much. L. That's amazing. Thank you so much I mean I have been shown such great appreciation like I've always been treated well always been treated like a queen here. Always these last few weeks has been almost overwhelming. Oh man I mean I just I still. Sometimes I say I don't want to minimize but I said my God I come in and I smile. I try to be nice to everybody but the love that I've gotten in return I I can't make the connection to it. It's all coming so thank you so much I mean it's been a pleasure. I love being good to people. I love trying to represent the company in the best way A.. And myself and my mom said no matter. What's going on in your life? Always put your best foot forward. Always bring your best or whatever you do always be kind to people. And that's what I live by and I I my mom's been gone awhile now but I think she'd be very proud of me as your today. I think I did alright. I always when when you hear why we love her. Go ahead always judge artists and whether or not the artist is nice whether they stop at the front desk and talk to her so if an artist like just bypasses sir and doesn't have a conversation with our when they leave. I go home. I got an attitude a little list. That's the people that everybody's been busy. Yeah what's up froggy. I just want to say every. Hey and the every single time that I come into that building and I'm not there very often but when I am there is always one of the very things things I know. I must do and must stop stop by the front desk and see Anita and she makes me feel like. She's so happy to see me every single time. I just want to say I love you. You make my day every time I see you on your just the sweetest person to encounter. Thank you for all you do appreciate that. I do a lot of a seem to love to see you. froggy she he.
"anita" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"I don't want to hand jam if you know what I'm saying. Thank you okay. But there's it's supposed to make you stop correct and the more they don't have the urge more eight. The moral opposites no taste to cornflakes. They're just like a rooster on the cover. You Know Gandhi what. I need to know why people are so triggered by all things horoscope because I posted something on my instagram story yesterday. That said Aries Leo Sagittarius Capricorn and. They're toasting cheers knowing their their superior. You're you're signed. A lot of people were like. Yeah we are my God but the people who I left off of that list and it wasn't even mine. I found it somewhere else have been. Hey deeming me saying how dare you leave me out. One one of those people was Sam. News Virgos are awesome. I wanted people so triggered by the horoscope because people are out of their minds every one of our interns at our phone screen in this before every time someone asked me. Hey Elvis what sign are you on the Leo. No-go yeah what do you mean. Oh no you're fine. I know it was people just need to be triggered. What's up Danielle? Would like to thank froggy this morning. Some Kellogg's no one ever Larry. So don't we got the Peleton bike. FROGGY has it as well and I love it. The problem is is that the see it when I get off of it. My lady parts are numb. I can't fail them. They're like it's so weird. So froggy told me about this e that's GonNa fix it. He said it's fixed. His wife is lady parts and I just wanted to Amazon. So thank you froggy very welcome so for those who have numb lady parts of their right on the Peleton. She killed through froggy. We could beat it with a frying pan. You wouldn't feel anything I'm telling you. I got off last night. I didn't even know I had a lady there. You Go. I told my husband honey. I can't feel it anymore. Did you to make sure it was still there. Yeah I felt around. It was still clearly eating cornflakes loud. They may I have please. I love cornflake so Anita Anita has been at the front desk for so many two years and she's been a part of family for so many years and now she's decided to get a life.
"anita" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Brodie remember the last time I went to the bathroom. And the ALFALFA show Elvis Duran in the morning show so I'm really digging that meet stick with just eight right. I got a little bit between the teeth. Some meat stick between. Thanks normally I have flaws sticks and I don't have any flaw stick. So this is killing me. Having a meek stick but during your teeth chimerical elvis all about froggy froggy. You're very intrigued with my homosexuality. I think you should explore that a little more. I tried to get you know. Listen you told me before that you didn't want to do anything with me before the because you're my brother I don't I don't want to go that with weird where I come from. That's normal but you're not from North Carolina. Okay so apologies to everyone from North Carolina polluting anyway. Uncle Johnny has a cocktail on the way. Also we have to say goodbye to Anita. She is just an important part of our family. As soon as you can get in here bring legitimacy probably walk in as long as it's legit music. Scary this go around the room producer. Sam What's on in your mind today now my around the room actually is about Anita and it's a reminder just to do good things for people whenever you're able when I was coming in for my interview for the internship turn ship. I got myself so lost that I was far on the other side of the city terrible direction and I called the general number for help and Anita was the person to pick up he. She didn't know me and she stayed on the phone with me the entire time until she made sure I knew where I was going. It must have been a seven minute conversation and I came in and I thank turn turn. She's probably a large part of the reason. I'm even here today. I'll never forget that I love you so much. Thank you for being amazing to a stranger. what's on your mind wind today scary two things first of all happy birthday to my mother. Roseanne scary invents in Brooklyn. I love you mom. Mommy and secondly I didn't. I can't believe that I'm the last person. Listen to know that. Why corn corn flakes were invented? Google these words why were cornflakes invented Dr Kellogg years ago set up an institution itution health institution upstate New York and not only was it meant to help people cleanse their systems in their bowels and their intestines from impurities go fuck cornflakes would do that but also They thought that would stop people from masturbating. Yeah I do it while eating my cornflakes to me rev me up it is restored. There's actually a movie out about it starring What's his Matthew Broderick? Yes I don't want to hand jam if you know what I'm saying. Thank you okay. But there's it's supposed to make you stop correct and the more they don't have the.
"anita" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Here. You're you're making a cocktail in a few minutes not yet we've got to got to play the phone okay. All right and I don't know uh-huh focus on. Ym here yes. After ten years you want to focus on it. I think ten years is a great great tenure ended all today I tell you what. Let's just move onto the phone tap and then we'll come back in Johnny's GonNa serve a cocktail. I just my my point is this. We don't like to get drunk in the morning anymore so I don't know all right so wh- diamond does diamond will drink. Yeah we do have ZIP right. Well we'll I have a SIP. Okay at bid. Then I'll make non alcoholic drinks from now on okay. That'd be awesome. Do that uncle or make lasagna in California I like I do. We gotta go by the way next week. We're doing free phone taps TAE. Thanks to our friends at Raoult's homemade. Yeah tell you a lot of especially are Italian friends if you tell them that you're you're using sauce that you buy off the shelf and a grocery store they get mad at you. Raoult's does is the one you can go to and it's so good and so they're sponsoring are thousand thousand dollars pre money phone cuppa red wine. A quarter of a cup of red wine in it it off my gosh. It's amazing so anyway today. We say as today her last day. Today's her last official day we have a retirement. Anita Anita has been working at the front desk iheart for forever and she's just a light. She glows she's positive. She helps people in her spare airtime. She does things for people that she doesn't even talk about. Because he doesn't WANNA BRAG or make it sound like bragging anita is just a great friend. We're going to miss her so much. So this is a phone tap. We played on Anita during Jingle Ball season. And we're going to have her on in a few minutes to say goodbye. So here you go your Anita phone tap listen to great. She's always Elvis. The Elvis Duran phone tap all right scary. What's it all about today? Okay so Anita Annemarie are two of the receptionists.
"anita" Discussed on The Emotional Happiness Podcast with That Anita Live
"Yes Taken us here in the studio by store with national up put her in a chair I just moved here yes to what okay where I got a new life not the one I plan but a new life not so what did you feel physically Might well I have breast cancer view is that a washing the women who do not get mammograms regular basis what I see year because cancer can escalate really fast and before you know it it's yes because I'm actually like I just go so I was moved in but I and I found that out and I just had to spend the rest you know the rest of the year really are we get the news and I had just come back from vacation and I was in asked me of my doctor had called in the technician had called his son so I had called and I said no visayas had right now and then I took a deep breath and I said Okay give it to me and dogs I didn't pick up the phone and cried anybody I didn't want the pity party then I just wrote a tax and I know that seems very impersonal but I wanted to lighten I will keep you updated with what I know but this is what happened and your day we'll talk later about it and what was the response thank the number one reason he and my grandson why moved here and within the hour the rest of the day and he hugged me and he cried and so of course I cry too but a bomb on me while we were talking off camera and I do on Wednesday you have search I do I do and didn't work so yeah so that the idea for surgery bill and so from there will come up with a new plan but for now all what is the hardest part of this experience the time that it takes to be a outdoors riding my bicycle it's taking my dogs ability that's what makes me seriously or the hiking trails are but I do know other clinics all the hospitals and all the technicians ah the support and the love and I way was so overwhelming I didn't know what to do with it it was such hours and the fruit baskets and the cars amid shawls and everything they came about it not about how Saad I was or how scared I was because you're not and I wanted to tell him thank you later so health big technician read doctor every nurse I've taken a photo with them because they're part words and you know the the big stuffed animals than we watched our favorite TV show together signed to me like really sweet and kind and their job is having someone else who doesn't know me have to smell me and my staff to use the bathroom and finally I think the fifth day I was feeling better and I know that too but the first thing all of your tongue it's all of the great things just spend time with my family which I've been doing I've loved every minute of it but so people come up to means homey like Leila's beautiful while you have a great experiences ways I was at historic con okay and I was shopping at a and so she asked me this isn't a winner mind you so I was wearing a beanie and I said you know I'm a little older than you might think and you probably want did modeling session with a few of her outfits am that was fun too so now you I'm here and I after this you know so how do in teacher to others I mean I can't say because I even if I wanted to I probably couldn't be boohooing about it uh-huh I've heard how strong I am I literally said I am going to tattoo strong so I think that's just I'm just being me when they give you those name you know and and it just like wow okay then I've got to live up to that hasn't been all that bad the time that it takes to do.
"anita" Discussed on The Emotional Happiness Podcast with That Anita Live
"Should be saving and investing and putting back into your business. We're always looking for people to volunteer and come out in support and speak to our young people and encourage them as well. This is not only adults, but also other young people because they connect at a different level when you speak to a young person and you're young yourself. I think there's this unspoken conversation that happens. Right. So we want to introduce that. But we also want to get the more seasoned veteran. Wisdom from our adults as well. So please share you know, we're on social media come out to our events and just being impassively for young people. Not for people to get involved say they wanted to know whether or not they qualify for any of your programs. Okay. If you are young person for us are we already talked about the requirements for the scholarship but for two excuse me for position for greatness youth program is literally fifth through ninth grade. Okay. If you feel that your child needs that extra support or you want to get them involved with other young. So there's no grade requirement. There's no income. Limit for presented for greatness you now. Okay. One and all one and all yes. From all of the areas that you mentioned, yes. Wherever we were at and so we're we're strategically hosting our events in those different areas. So that we can serve not everything will be done at one time, and we will also have the virtual sessions so any and everybody can participate in that as well. So once we start launching. Those to be uploaded to our YouTube channel. So you can find us on YouTube. You can find us on our website, which is WWW dot it takes to Inc. That org. Could find us on Facebook? At it takes two you could find us on Instagram at it takes to you can find me personally because I cross promote on all of those social media platforms as well. And just give us a call. Maybe sometimes that's just the best way to reach out to us, and that's four four three three zero two nine seven nine nine, and we're open to providing whatever support is needed if we can't fulfill it we have partners in place that can fill the need. Busy busy and join everyone of the I am I am there are days. Like, I said will you gotta take a step back in replenish, refresh. And do some things that you like to do. So you can keep it going. So what's your vision? Takes the vision to provide a full ride scholarship. Full rides to college all for years. That's a major major goal. Another vision is to have our own space, that's strictly dedicated to it takes too. So that we can have our young people come to us, then we'll still go out in the community and be mobile in that sense as well. But we want to create a home for our young people and parents as well because you can't get to the use without their parent, and we have to all be on the same page. So those are the two top visions for it takes too many children. Would you like to see involved in it takes to exit at any one time? Probably I was any one time. I was between fifty and a hundred and that may seem low, but we've never been about quality. We've been about sees me quantity been about quality. So even in our youth program. We max out at ten students because we need to give that one on one support. And it's kind of hard to do that when you have hundreds of students and not to knock anyone that does because I'm sure they have processes in place. But even when you have emptying in people to help yet. Absolutely. But as I was sitting here thinking fifty to one hundred is a lot. Yeah. Will you thinking about the individual type services that you offer because whether it's even if it the scholarship? Money per person adds up very quickly. It does. That's why donations are needed books for college. Not she. No, ma'am. So as you're going through that I was thinking to one hundred is is is a lot. How many do you have now youth for we have we have six right now. But like I said that maxes out at ten when we're talking on an annual basis, the number of students that we serve we are exceeding one hundred fifty because but we don't service the same child. Right. So they may come to this workshop, or they may come on this college show that we just had or they may come on the tour this coming up of the US naval academy, but we do touch over a hundred fifty lives on an annual basis and one of them some of them, we are helping in some sort of way, and that's our our ally. As a return on investment is knowing that we're making a difference in that, we're creating impact. Making an impact and making a difference. A big one in the community. What are some of the feedback that you get from parents of the kids that go through your your workshop, so your programs? I'll use our college tour we just on Monday. We went to tau sin, and we went to Morgan state. But prior to that we had a college readiness workshop so that we can prepare them for the tour what questions to ask. How do you finance it without being in debt? You know, those types of things in the feedback that we got was I'm so what she said that she's she appreciate the passion that we have at this age level because we start young in having this conversation in middle school because once you get to high school eleventh and twelfth grade sometimes it's a little bit too late, she appreciated the fact that the that we're focused on this age group, and we're not waiting until high school. The college tour is self gave her students her child. Skews me insight on what kind of campus she wants to be on. Whether it's a big one like towel sin or more smaller one like Morgan inches giving them opportunities to make decisions and to make those. Paris's in choices. So even just for that it opened up their mind to all the possibilities and in that college readiness workshop we talked about careers as well. One young man wanted to be a barberie and have business in all of this. And it's okay to have those different desires, you'd think about your millionaires and billionaires they don't have one stream, but being combed homing in there's multiple streams of income. So of you can do what you love doing you wake up every single day doing what you love, and you can get paid for it. That's ultimately what we want. So it is the conversation that our parents are appreciating in opening up their minds to all of the possibilities that there are there's a big old world out there. You gotta get beyond your immediate neighborhood to experience it, and that's what we try to do. So how do you touch upon each one of your six pillars through workshops, whether they're just like the college readiness workshop where we bring them together. Our virtual sessions are tours are. Trip. So a college tour in our chore. The neighbor kademi that's coming up as well. So it's a combination of workshop in house in classroom and getting out in the community. How do they handle the virtual workshops will this'll be I one coming good? I could answer that at a later date. Well, how delivered they haven't come down to your site? And they all watch it at one time or no, they're at home. Okay. This is going to be a zoom session. So we're using technology in order to deliver our services, and that's where they're at. Anyway, they're on their phones. So was nothing for them to loop. Tune into the zoom session. They don't have to be live. They don't have to be on the video their security issues in their little bit younger. But they'll be able to see us. They'll be able to see the presentation it'll be recorded. They can watch it later. They can't make it live, and eventually we can repackage and repurpose that so that we can upload that to YouTube, and I'm talking out loud things that I would like to see half. But that just allows us to open up. Our reach beyond even the DMV. It can be global. You know, once we get you to have access to billions, are you passionate about it takes too. I am asleep. Eat breathe nonprofit. You know, this is you know, when when you found a nonprofit you've birth a baby God has dropped that vision in your spirit. And he's asked you to go out and do it. And like I said once you be obedient and say, yes, that's what passion is. What drives this thing every day? You gotta be willing to get up and show up because people are depending on you get up and show up as a say it every week because I mean it from the bottom of my heart. Help is available. Every tough moment you're struggling with someone else has already passed through. Don't suffering solace in please do not suffer alone to reach out to Jamila fines an Instagram at it takes to Inc. Amanita? Your host be should've check out that any alive dot com for where in wins. To see on accepts haute.
"anita" Discussed on The Emotional Happiness Podcast with That Anita Live
"Get your free copy at that Amita live dot com slash ample. And we're back with Jamila talking about tools for success, a chorus stone. And we're back with Jamila kept talking about tools for success. The cornerstone program out of her it takes to nonprofit that covers five Onis, which is a large area here in the DMV. So we chose to not focus on one area 'cause they're single parents everywhere. Yes. But you're growing I mean, it's good because taking on one county year one you're not taking on too much that you can handle at one time. But to your growing willing to service the entire DC metro area. Yes in not just one county as opposed to another because they all have issues and problems. They all have people in need. Yes. Now, let's move into some other programs. Sure. Because earlier you mentioned. The program that is based on the six pillars. Yes. Our position for greatness youth program. So that was birth out of the need to be more intentional in strategic about. How we deliver our services prior to forming the program we had workshops here. We had workshops there. We partnered, but it wasn't consistent. And we didn't have our own group of young people. We didn't have our own group. So we say, let's just make it a program, and we focused on all of those workshops that we've been hosting throughout the area, and we just put it under one umbrella. So we focused on anti bullying collagen career, readiness financial literacy community service leadership in youth. Entrepreneurship and this is come over six years of what we've experienced from our young people what they need what we hear our parents talking about. Because at the end of the day, we have to deliver in service our population in this our young people in our parents. So also do. Wanna make a note that this program is not just for single parents. It is strictly our scholarship that focus is geared toward single paneth. Everything else we do is open to everyone every young person who wants the support in that capacity the youth. Entrepreneurship piece came two years ago as far as under our program because the started finding a whole bunch of young people who wanted to get into business for themselves. And we said, okay, let's give him an opportunity to showcase it. So with our annual vet called poetry emotion. And we've been doing that in partnership with vicious performing arts for the past five years. It's a fashion show fuse poetry. It's all youth in in our second year, we introduce vendors with our young entrepreneurs. So they were selling cookies and lemonade. Ing cakes jury that they made in their art work. It has just grown from there. And a lot of our young people got their start in business at that event. And they've just gone onto a mazing. Things fifteen example. So his name is fat. Daddy. We call him fat. Daddy o. Oh, it's all that daddy's country lemonade. His name is Ron Cape June. Ron Brown junior his mom, and I are good friends. We met on social media doing service work. He has some of the best lemonade around. And I'm not just saying that because I'm fan, but it's really good. But he's built his business from I think it was three lemonades at our very first event. He now has seventeen flavors. You can find him all around the DNV. They had an event today imam does 'paparazzi in his sister wanted to do some things. So it really is a family affair and we've watched him grow. He connected with another community organization to actually officially launch it. Meaning he has vowed his articles of formation he's legitimate. And I'm just excited for him. So was that that allows us to do what we do and say, you know, what there's a need. So did you think participating in poetry poetry show? That was his built his self esteem to be able to go forward to continue to develop his business. Yes. According to mom. Yes. Oh, how old is? He he is ten now. Yeah. So we had our so that was our second one. So that would have been he would have been what seven eight when he first launched it. And even mom said that your event was his very first event. So he's gotten he he's very outgoing. And that was never a problem for him. But he does his own sales. He'll charge your car. They'll tell you how much it is. He won't tell you though, or how to make. But he's very good at what he does very good. Yes. So if people are watching this, and they want to know, how do they get involved? What are some of the ways that the community can get involved to help? It takes two. They could volunteer were always looking for workshop facilitator. So if your skill set is career readiness matter of fact, we have someone who's doing the virtual session for career readiness and how to prepare an interview etiquette. If you are financially savvy wanna teach our young people how to manage their money. And when they go to college don't get the credit card, and you know, if you are in business, you should
"anita" Discussed on The Emotional Happiness Podcast with That Anita Live
"Welcome to that any the live talk show dedicated to providing personal development by providing emotional healing through sharing you create a happy life today at talk with Jamila, Kip who's personal struggles as a single parent led to the birth of own nonprofit called it takes two founded on the six pillars of anti bullying financial literacy college and career, readiness youth, entrepreneurship community service and leadership as you may have guessed by now it takes to help school age children become prepared any quips for the future. Welcome Jamila, Kip. Thank you so much needed for having me today. Appreciate it. Thank you for coming out. So tell me what struggles as a single parent led you to take on the even bigger struggle of studying nonprofit, sure. So when it was time to send my son to kindergarten, and he's now fourteen he'll be fifteen in may. I couldn't afford to buy school supplies and food for the week. I was able to do it with some assistance from family in France. Now, you working fulltime job fulltime job. Yes. Day in and day out day in and day out nine five and five. Employed as a at the time, I was doing customer service, and I've been in the customer service industry for over fifteen years now, so you know, in an organization while we're the most important part of an organization, we're also kinda lease pain. Right as well. I'm so it was a struggle in like, I said, I was able to get it done with some assistance from friends and family, but it was at that time that got laid it on my heart that although you're struggling with this one thing you're going to help others who were struggling as well. And you know, your pain becomes your perp. It does it does. But almost talk myself out of it. I actually sat on the vision for two years before I did anything because an addition to working full-time being a mom. I son was in football running track in an started going back to school as well online. I was like, okay. Well, how do I fit now during this time period? How did God continue because a lot of people struggle with what their purpose is what am I supposed to do? What am I put here for? How did it continuously come back to you time after time it kept nagging on me, you know, when you're supposed to do something. And it's like do it. Do it. Do it. Do it just kept coming back in different ways and always had that feeling of wanting to give back in. That's just my servant's spirit that I have innately. So we just kept coming back. And then it finally just fell into place when my son's track coach at the time who's a lawyer. I shared the vision with her, and she helped us to get everything started, you know, at no cost it was pro Bono. And she found our paperwork. She helped to really structure get the business out of my head and put it on paper. So while it was a while it was a little bit. It was difficult getting it done. It was also in a way easy getting it done because you didn't have to find the good lawyer, right? God provide at one four you have -solutely. You didn't have to come up with the money for it. Because she saw the vision and provided the services pro Bono. Yes. So all of that is a part of your purpose unfolding. Yes. In where you know. Is the it's difficult to treasure the road. But at the same time the rule continues on absolutely his so it's the timing. And I'll tell any of my clients, it is a timing thing. God will drop the vision. But I believe in timing as well. So when it happened it was supposed to happen. I just took the leap of faith. And he's like, okay. I've given you this now is your turn is time for you to be obedient. So once I said, yes, that's when things started to fall in place. And we celebrate it seven years as past February seven years seven years. Yes. In service to students in families. And was there ever a time? When you were starting it that you just wanted to give. Yes. But was that land because it was overwhelming at first. And then I didn't quite know what I was doing. Although I'm educated now, I have a masters in nonprofit in association management. But when I started at it was like, okay, here's his vision. What am I supposed to do with it? Now, I have these raise my hand. Call to action now people are depending on me to show up. It was. Gary. And when people always say do it scared. So I started out by doing scared with the education with the experience. But the people that were brought in in our path to get things launched it helped to overcome it and being transparent, which is what I always am couple years ago actually fell into about a depression because I was giving giving giving giving giving we do the work that we do we have to make sure we are fulfilling ourselves in. You can't give from an empty Cup. Right. I was empty. So I got to a point where I was just like I don't know that I want to do this anymore. But I got over myself with there was there one thing within developing the nonprofit that was that biggest brick wall for you. It was the support or the lack there of an out. So anyone that had a list of ten people who are new we're going to support next to their name. I wrote down how they were going to support when we officially launched. No one showed up. But it was at that point that I had to quickly learn that this is not for everybody. This journey is not meant for everyone. So it was getting over that initial shock of not getting that level of support. Macgyver has brought us every single person that we have needed for this vision to grow so step-by-step, the lawyer showed up got all your paperwork done. What was the next up? The next step was actually putting it in motion finding your board. And at that time. I had no idea what that was about. I didn't know who they were supposed to be all I knew that we had a vision, and we need people to help get this vision. Because as a nonprofit, no one owns a nonprofit. So we have a governing body, which is the border directors. So I did go with my trust circle. But I was about my trust circle. They were all church members. But one was in HR the other one don't with young people in counseling in their innocence. And the other was in the school system. So I said perfect this. Who we need to get started. Six pillars that you started. With it started with one started with our twelve later that scholarship is a lot. It is it is it started strictly with our tools for success scholarship, which is a water to students that live in single parent homes in those scholarships pay for school supplies books. Uniforms academic in sports, registration fees, as well grades grades through fourth
"anita" Discussed on The Emotional Happiness Podcast with That Anita Live
"Get your free copy at that Benita live dot com slash people. And we're back with Cuiaba going through her emotional rollercoaster story of. Living life in a major metropolitan area. Because what she went through is not a loner story is not a one of a kind story. But we are here today to make sure that as the view is watching as you are here. You learn and we all. Do better is when you learn better, you do better. Now, you mentioned earlier that forgiveness is not a switch that you flip in walkaway from. But it's something that has to be managed on a regular basis. How did you get to a place of forgiveness for everything that you've been through? That place was actually behind bars when I was in a sale looking at the fifteen thirty years that I was supposed to be sent his with. I was upset and I was angry with God. Because I did everything that my grandmother told me to do if I prayed to God, then he would answer me if I got on my knees, if I cried out to him that he will make everything. Alright. And in that moment of being angry with him. There was a quiet voice in my ear because I was upset. I was just screaming like you left me. You left me? And that voice it I didn't leave you you left me. And so you have a lot of reflection time especially in prison where there's nowhere to go. And so I just started the really think about it. Because when I heard you left me, I'm trying to figure out what do you mean that I left you, and I had left from serving the life that he wanted me to serve going and going. Opposite direction. And so it had started to look at everything for an example, being the alternative lifestyle was a choice that I may because I really didn't like men and it was because of my dad not because they weren't interested in me. It was because I didn't have that relationship that I wanted with my father, and then I looked at. Okay. Well, I blamed my father for this. And then I blame my father for that. And I blamed him for all of these other things people have actions. But how we react is. What matters. Yes. And so if I continue to react to his actions, then I'm no better than he is. I'm no better than the next person. And so what I had to do is realize that I had to let that go. So that I could move on. I had to understand that they were not actions because of what he did. Yes. People do things all the time. Somebody might hit your car that doesn't mean you haul off and hit them when they get out the car. No you understand. An accident. And I believe truly in my heart that it was not my father's plan to be distant or separate out of my life. But I've happens, and I had to realize that for every action that he outplayed that I had to make my own reaction, and it could not be want to get back at him. And so from learning that I had to I forgive myself because I was the one who chose to do the things that I know I chose to pick up the drugs, I chose to be particular technique or activity that you did that helped you get to a place of forgiveness. So when I look back at it now, and the tools that I used to help other women and men as I you got to reveal it. And that's what I did. When it when I was in that sale. I was thinking about everything that I had gone through. And then you have to get to a stage where you have to release it in my releasing was okay, God, I'm sorry. I'm sorry for being upset with you. I'm sorry for the decisions that I made. So it's an mittens you have to mid. In order for you to release it. And then I had to regain my confidence. Because how many of us have been in any type of relationship or situation ship? I like to call it sometime that you feel that your lack in that area. And that you can't go on if you've been in a relationship where somebody's broken your heart. Now, you're frayed to actually love again. So you have to regain confidence all over again in that area to know that hey, I am where the being love. And there is that person that's out there for me. So it's revealing releasing every gaining your confidence. How do you help people do that? So we go through a series of steps, and I talked to people, and they want to tell me everything that's happening today. And when I listened to them, I'm like, okay. So we need to go back there. Okay. Because that's typically were everything begins. There was a person that I was talking to dealing with her. She was in a domestic violence relationship. And I'm straight straightforward. I told her, you know, you come to me because you want help and I want to be that person for you. But there are some things that you're going to have to do you're gonna have to make the decision the conscious. And that's what forgiveness is actually making a decision deciding today that you will no longer being that stuck place. And so I told her I said within your relationship there are several things that can happen. You can continue to be in this relationship and be abused. You can either be so upset that something happens. And that you abuse them. Then you can be in a situation where you're going to jail because of it then you can be in a situation where you die. Which person enough forget the other situation. It can be the one that you walk away and you're moving towards new life. What person do you wanna play in this row? She says she wasn't ready. And so this like I said going back to it. It's a decision. So the first thing that we have to do in any place in any measure of this is to decide because I can talk to you all day long about what happened back then was happening right now. But if you have not made the conscious decision say, I'm moving forward. There's no where we can go. So that's the number one thing that told that I give somebody to make that conscious decision to be ready. You have to be ready get yourself, and I go back to looking at everything that happened to me. I was mentally concentrated before. I had even met the bar. Okay. Hold on break that down. Tell us what that means, mentally and concentrate is the place that you put yourself in the mindset that you put yourself in the lack mindset. I'm not worthy. I am. I'm not beautiful. You know, when I look in the mirror. Oh, I don't like the way my body looks. You put yourself in that place. Why not say, oh, I am beautiful. Oh, I'm going to change the way that my body looks. That's changing your mindset, giving you a new spirit a new life. It's like a putting on putting on an anointing on your face. Right. I go back to church because I am faith-based. When you go to church, you don't walk into church sometimes with the anointing on. No. Once you get into it. You start walking in it. Because if we did we wouldn't eat thirty to forty five minutes appraising, worship, we got into guest. You to get into that place. Right. You have to walk into their hair. And then as long as you continue continuously do it, then anointing will come. Okay. So now, let's get into blessed hand. Yes. Your latest book. Yes. This latest. Note that I just came out with one it's a mental health Cohen. It's not that easy. Stop telling me to get over it. That's a book collaboration that launched last month. Okay. A pathway to forgiveness. Yes. Blessed hands tell us what is what does this book about? So that book is merely six situations in my life that I had had to overcome f forgive myself in and one of those stories which stood out which is standing out strong to me today. It's called heaven's angel. And that is a story about an abortion it I hadn't why is standing out to me day. It's because all my travel here. It was literally the same direction. Like when I got to the area the facility of where we are. Now. I'm like, I remember the street. I remember the street, and it was taking me back to that place. You see on television where people, and this is something that I'm still working through you see on the television. Where people have the signs saying, you know, don't kill the baby you're going to hell this third. And so in that story, I share how I made the conscious decision to aboard and child and within that it was not just because I didn't want it. I just gone through a C section didn't wait with me. And my husband, we didn't wait. And you know, then it ended up having to we got pregnant, and so I was faced with challenges of not having a healthy child or me, not you know, being because everything wasn't healed properly yet. And so and I had dealt with postpartum depression. So I was already in this place. And I I really didn't want to be a mother. I love my. Done. But I didn't want to be a mother and to hear that I'm going to have to do this all over again. And the way that the surgery and everything I was just like I can't do this again. And so I made that decision. And when I did I went in I wasn't far loan. So I was able to take a pill, and they said that I would have to come back, and I was really upset about having to come back to deal with this all over again. It's a lot just to get there that point and that point in time, and so I had to come back. And when I came back, they told me that the baby was still there. I could still carry to term, but it will be deformed. Because partial of her brain was gone, and I say her because I know it was a her. I don't care what anybody says, I knew my son was a son, and I know that she was a sheet. So it just brought back memories of that. And I'm still working with forgiving myself in the book is the first time that I've shared it that book came out actually, January two thousand nineteen and so I had I had to release it. I'm continuing to release it. But the biggest part of me is that I bought it. Somebody's destiny. And so I think that's the part that hurts so much. But okay. 'cause that can take me to a whole 'nother place. Okay. What advice would you give somebody that's going through that?
"anita" Discussed on The Emotional Happiness Podcast with That Anita Live
"Get your free copy. At that, Anita live dot com slash ample. Our in studio with the amazing auto MacKenzie. She was sharing her story of tragedy and trial. Right now, though. You. I mean, your videos that you post for motivation on social media go through the roof. Everybody loves them. Thank you. And the comments are furious. People are impacted by what you're sharing. Do you feel that that love coming back to you when you post those videos, and you get thousands of us? It's hard. It's hard to say because I started off in this journey saying that if I can just change one person's life in just the unknown ripples involved with that then I'm satisfied, but also competitive so. All right. So this is supposed to be doing with. This is supposed to be saying. So when you put metrics involves it just gives you this place of like. Competition, and it's not really a competition. So the the places where I get the biggest nuggets or when people leave comments and they're saying how they're personally affected by it. Because while you get thousands of us, there's very few people that actually reach out to you and actually have a personal conversation. And it's those people that I really really cherished. Because like I mean, I appreciate everyone for giving me time because that's my thing time. How do you? Choose your topics. I live life, and it's amazing. How just on a weekly basis things come up and everything is just shown up at the right time in my life. I can't lie. It's just. Okay. Let's go with it. Yeah. Says simple you were talking about like what my last post was. This is the perfect example, my last two posts so a couple of weeks ago is just in this place where I had to do video, and it didn't really want to do one. I'm just like, oh my goodness. Why am I doing this like in the sea of just so many people delivering content? Why am I doing this? 'cause who is actually hearing this who's benefiting from it. And it certainly said I'm busy like there's plenty of things I could be doing with my time. And so I mean video just encourage myself to be truthful, and it said, you know. Who who am I in a sea of many like, I am me? And I I recognize my worth my gifts now. So I have to realize to the extent that I can share that. And encourage people to do the same. Then it's worth it. And when we start talking about, you know, talents and gifts like outside of like. Yeah. It was a neuroscience major. But I was also a student athlete like I played volleyball. Me your jersey. They did you know the year after my husband passed, I'm still in this dark place and trying to figure out who I am. And I'm surrounded by people that are celebrating like the things that led me to those accomplishments, and it was really an awesome thing. And then so like the day I post my video Colgate alum reaches out to me is like did you see this article? And I was just like, oh, no I didn't. And I was just like number one. I'm not really history. Like, I feel a little dated now. But for black history month, you know, there was an article about me, and you know, what I had done athletically at Colgate. So it was just like the timing of it all and it's not something I share a lot. But it's huge in my life. The people that were part of my life at that time, then continue to pour in like my team showed up in a big way. You know, decades later after I lose my husband. They were right there. And I was just like, wow. Wow. So in so being down and feeling like I'm against all odds. Like, those are some of the things that happen on the court. Like you look at the scoreboard. You know, how you're feeling you see the other team like I was at least drawing from a familiar place of feeling down in new that I could still make it. So. Do you have a go back and watch your videos to see whether or not how'd that motivational moment affects you. In real time. I look at it. But I haven't gone back into 'cause I guess this is Ben. Maybe actually a year, videos and. I know I've grown a ton. I I've grown a ton in the past several years. So my writing my speaking, my interactions me being more comfortable in my own skin being able to share without like breaking down knowing that is gonna be okay. Like you start off at a point where you're talking about. It's going to be okay. But it's not really, okay. Right. Right. And then you're just like in a place where you're like. Okay. So yeah, what does this optics that you've talked about and you pass videos? Oh my goodness. I think the biggest thing that I just recently realized was, you know, one of my tagline is, you know, I hope that we all find their urgency to live this life. According to a dream some purpose. And I've realized that that's a whole big mouthful. But like what does it mean? What does it mean? How do you apply the Calcio? And so I've mentioned that I work in medicine. See change happen. All the time when it personally affected me, it came true in a very different way. I'm a different provider because of this like those walls that I had up in caring for those people like I have no choice, but to have more compassionate in those scenarios or have a sense of like. More ability to relate and so. When I say purpose intention like purpose intention in time. You never know when those changes are going to happen. And so if you dig deep down, and you find your purpose 'cause they all believe we all have one we may have several. But like, I believe that our gifts are tied in with those. And Sophie realized that you know, we can define time. You know, sixty seconds in a minute, sixty minutes in an hour. But what's the time of our life? We we don't know like we know the average life expectancy in clearly my husband left before way before his time. So we would define his time. Yeah. That's an excellent point. We would define us his time. And so I believe that got has a plan for me. And I don't know the time I have to complete that. So every day going to be very intentional of my time efforts. And I'm going to. The most I can do each twenty four hours. That's why I do so much. Like, let's go are you following?
"anita" Discussed on The Emotional Happiness Podcast with That Anita Live
"Yes. Don't give me that look like every time. Don't kim. Then look because. That's a lot of money, especially in this area with the cost of living is really high, correct? Yeah. In the in the DMV, the DC Maryland Virginia area where the cost of living is the average house here is about three hundred four hundred thousand dollars. Yes. Average. The median income in this area is somewhere between eighty and ninety K. Yes. Six months of living. This business is a lot of money. It's a lot of money. Yeah. But what I what I generally say, you know, that's kind of the target goal. You're not you have to start someplace I was hoping to start small, you know, even if you have maybe one two, and then really as you start progressing in your in your employment. Sometimes you get raises and sometimes people increase their lifestyle when hit that raise something up hit and do all of that. Maybe you can capture some of that raise and directed towards your cash. Reserve not all of it. But let go at this grocery shopping and get a personal chef. Yeah. All of that. Exactly. Yeah. Before you upgrade on that to see how much that's going to be. And then maybe say I'm disciplined enough to carve off a little bit of that and start saving and put aside of cash reserve. But as you can see we have an expert in the Bill bills in we're going to see in just a few minutes what she can do with the person that stubborn with their finances. Like me. What if I told you that you could stop the negative tape from playing inside your head? What if with seven simple steps, you leave a pain of the past behind and live every day as your true authentic self? It is possible. And you can do it. The evil seven simple steps to beat emotional baggage. How to become hold healed healthy and happy shares. How to resolve emotional baggage? And feel free to live true to your own personality spirit and character transform negative thinking into positive thinking and become equipped to boldly face your pass and resolve emotional pain. Get your free copy at that meat alive dot com slash equal. It would with the lesson dairy. I can see Pam SAM's. Yes. Talking about personal finances. Now, let's say people who are like we call brianna and TI call them paper chasers. Yes. And they are all about trying to achieve that higher standard of living. So they're constantly earning money, but the also constantly spending. What they earn correctness ni- mostly they're attached to that higher. Life living that they've envisioned for themselves. What do you? What are the reasons that we how do you break? What are the reasons I say so emotionally attached to what they're trying to achieve versus planning where they are whether they are. Yeah. Exactly. And it goes back to that conversation that we had at the beginning is how did you grow up with money because if you saw your parents doing the same thing really trying to keep up with the Joneses? So to speak. Then more than likely, that's what you were going to do when you get your own money and your own house on your own family. So how you do with that when you were growing up or so it that that's that emotional attachment or if you saw your parents arguing all the time about money or lack of money then in your household. You're going to let that occur and you're going to be really frugal. I mean, but in a time period where we have tala payers Steve Harvey's. Oprah's that say, you know, you have to keep trying. Yes, don't ever give up and you had to take risk, correct? But however, you on that side of the coin take risk, but then on this side of the coin plan for a rainy day because you wanna you wanna threw everything at that, which you're trying to achieve. Yes. All right. Exactly. In your financial plan is really looking at what you what lifestyle you want to lead. And then, you know, really be realistic on can I cheat that but also realistic. About exactly what that is to you. And if that's where you want to throw caution to the wind say, okay, this is what I'm planning, but I'm going to take risk and upgrading my lifestyle or taking a particular position. Then you'll have a little bit of that cushion that we talked about. So you can go ahead and take some risk a little bit of risk as well. But you also want to have kind of a game plan that will keep down of that slow and steady, and then you can also kind of take your risk on this. I always tell it's kind of when you're investing always call it the racehorse workhorse, okay scenario, so you'll have a workhorse, which you know, out in the field ploughed consistent movements of what they need to do. And then you're racehorse would be more of your speckled who've investing or that taking that risk. And then that's that's a small portion. But you're kinda bit Neil yourself there. But it's more of a race type thing. But if you can if it goes fast, and it goes. Fast. Then you have that opportunity, but you don't wanna use their racehorse in the workhorse racehorse for the workhorse situation now. So you always wanna make sure you have both running at the same time. What emotions a what reasons do we continue to make bad decisions without money. Well, a lot of it is really how you're affected by how you grew up. That's one some of it is really about lifestyle choices. So we get a motion about and we get attached to things and accumulating things, and we get really attached in motion Lee to it. And so we throw caution to the wind and way, we're spending a lot of money. Sometimes you're so fearful because you did lack of money the to grow up with that. You don't want to spend a dime, and you really emotional about that. So I see that a lot is that people are scared to even spend money on there. Theirselves. I said you have plenty of money, you know, to us. But because of that emotion that they grew up with that hurt that still there. They don't wanna spend anything because all of my friends that are married the spenders of merit to savers. Yes. And it is funny to watch. It is. It is. No, we're at chick. Fillet? You Anita aware. Yesterday. You can eat chick.
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"Get your free copy at that Amita live dot com slash ample. And we're back. We're sitting with professor oh twenty five. Yeah. H R veteran. Lisa anderson. She schooling us on the best ways to handle toxic nece in new work environment. Yes. Both from the employee perspective and manager because we're all responsible, absolutely culture. Absolutely. So what are some of the top three ways that everybody from any perspective manager or employees? Kin. Make the work environment pleasurable, so number one. And again, just from what I've seen over my career NS the easiest said than done, but I'm going to say it. Try to avoi- engaging in the office politics. Oh my goodness. It's. Just try. It was something the best the only way they're going to get ahead, but non times out of ten is disruptive. And is so easy to get sucked. In even if you try to stay out of a so easy to get sucked in. But once the politics star happening as an employee. Sometimes you're not even you want to set a boundary and try not to go there. But usually a lot of the conflict that I see in the workplace. Unfortunately, there's a lot of he says she said there's a lot of oh, I don't like her don't like him, or we all we're we're Facebook friends. Now, I'm made because you know, something has happened. And so you had a party and you invited everybody else from office. But me, yes. Yes. And then there's the the drama. So and then sometimes you have a manager. That's like watching the whole thing is like I don't wanna get involved as drama, you know, and and so and then escalates. Yes to the point that it becomes very disruptive. And then it is sometimes it gets to the point point where performance is then lacking. And so, and then we are addressing a whole nother issue. Right. Instead of you know, we could've nipped in the bud early on. So if you feel you know, that you are in a situation where that is happening to you try to engage early with your manager or or HR and try to get some advice on how to navigate the land. Mine. Land-mine later because you step you're too. Sometimes it's just the whole thing. Yeah. So so that's one thing. I lot of that a lot of issues come around that office politics. Yes. It does. It's a, you know, I tell people, you know, can we just come to work do our job and go home. Sometimes that is just not the case. So so that's the first thing if you can out of office politics, if you can try not to get sucked it, and if you feel yourself like important, try to go to someone that's trusted where you can get some advice on how to stay. I don't want to be involved in that, you know, I wanna stay over here. You know? And if that's not your manager that you can go to see if you can find someone within HR could even be a mentor that you can run a situation by to get some advice on how to handle. So that's number one number two. If you're a manager you have to address issues early and not wait. Well, okay. 'cause if you don't address them early it just adds to the toxic workplace because non times ten the issues not gonna go away. Just because we look the other way. Right. So address the issue early. And if you're not comfortable address. In issue early. This is one big thing. I like to say a lot of managers don't come to HR because they're like, oh, I don't want HR involve, and what that means is you can just come to us for advice. We don't have to come sit in a meeting with you with your employees. We're there to even advise you on how to handle it. And it may not even be tough for HR to come in feeling as well. If I go to HR, I got the document everything that's the one thing. Well, come to us early before we even get to that point. Right. It may be just even for you to have a conversation with someone and you're not documenting it. Whatever asked me for my paper. The stigma. We have right now, we do documentation come to us early. You know before it gets out of hand because you come to late, then we are asking you. Okay. How long it's been going on six months. What have we done? Oh, not you haven't had any compass. Then we're like, okay. Well, where are we? We're trying to assess the situation at that point. So if you can't if you see things going into a direction, you know, trying to engage early before. So don't play office politics as a manager address. Stay on the pulse. Yes. Your culture in your environment. Absolutely. And then the third thing because we are human beings. We can't expect people to set it off. Okay. When they come into the workplace, right stuff. Life happens stuff is going on in people's personal lives. So and they and yes, they bring it to work sometimes. So if you see someone that is struggling, yes, right? Oh, you see a difference or change in behavior have some compassion and reach out to the person manager, or at least let notify us so HR we can reach out and to see if we can be supportive to the individual to the employees because sometimes that's all it takes is making us aware if we're not aware, and if you're not comfortable in doing then let us reach out and just say, hey, how can we support you? And like I said earlier, you know, there's so many different resources that we can connect an individual with to try to get some. Assistance because we don't want our employees struggling, right? Yeah. So it does negatively affect if you have one employee that's top in even if you have some medium wins and some low ones once you don't address what's going on the negativity. That's going on in the office it brings everything else down. Yes. Absolutely. So again, just being aware, you know, and if you especially someone that's on your team if your manager, but even a worker, right? We talked about the cues we work side by side. Right. And so we we sometimes we're talking we're sharing and sometimes we notice our co worker soccer's different win the school called the upset because then shall. Yeah. And yeah, here you when you're at home. Well, your in the office which husband calls because he can't find his black Penn little shoot. I can hear you in office. When you sit Nova there in you're you're talking to your co-worker, not realizing that you're in an open work environment. And you're having this conversation about whether you and your husband arguing because you and your wife arguing right because your five year old wants a cellphone everybody in school has a cell phone, and I have a cell phone. Yes. So for you to then think that there's any level of privacy. Right. When you discuss it in an open environment. Yes. That it's that's unrealistic to think that you're going to have that privacy. Absolutely. I mean, and so again relationships happen, right? Co workers, and you colleagues, and you know, you built in relationships this drama in HR because it is it is why start your own. Leadership in career coaching company. Yes. Because I'm in HR, and I've seen so many things and I see split particularly women leaders struggling oh. And of course, there's a little bit of of me too in this because as I've moved up the corporate ladder, you know, I know what things that I wish I had you know, when I was coming up the corporate ladder. So I just have a passion from women managers, you know, to again, try to find their voice in this environment this corporate environment. Sometimes we're the only female on teen through. You may be the only minority very wanna team on executive team. I've been there. I've been the only female in minority in in a rural Fulham in. How did you find your voice and had that courage to speak up and let your voice? Be known as I just have a passion for that. I work with women on executive presence leadership presence. How do you show up in a room? You know, how do you present yourself because you say something when you walk in the room before you even open your mouth, right? So I just have that passion of working. How does a female leader be assertive? Yes. Not aggressive. Yes. And not get that, be nickname. Yes. Yes. Unfortunately, we sometimes we do get the bad rep, you know, a male can act the same way in the workplace, and we'll be rewarded. V rewarded for that? Right. Let's see. But when women show that, you know, hey, I know my stuff. Hey, I'm in can contribute to this conversation, and no must up can contribute value to this conversation. And when we speak of sometimes everybody's like oh. But sometimes we do have to be a little to be hurt. Because sometimes we're looked over very much. So yes, yes. And so you put idea on the table, and then, you know, everybody kind of brushes by and then Bobby says the same idea and everybody's like, oh, yeah. Thank you, Bobby. I'm glad you agree with me. Put that ideal on the table ten minutes ago. Now, let's let's talk about that. Right. But it takes courage to to do that. You know, some women leaders will retreat because they're not being hurt. It will push back. And because they're like, okay. No one's listening. Anyway. So why should I even try to you know? So them how I value. I do bring knowledge to the table. And so I just I you know, I know how Affeldt in situations like that. And so if I can help somebody. As they're going up their own career ladder. And so that takes some self reflection some suffo- wear nece, right? And so that's what I coach on, you know. Whatever, you know, everybody's not the same. You can't do this cookie cutter thing, it's whatever authentic to you. And your personality. You know, my personality is like really, I just sit that ten minutes ago. Right. But everybody's not like that, you know. And so it has to feel genuine and offense for them as the feel are thin -tic and genuine for you. Yes. You spend so much time at work. Everyone deserves to enjoy not only where you do it. But what you do pursue your passion. And do your part to make your office, enjoyable Lisa has given us a wealth of information to expand out to box for everyday living to reach out to Lisa find on Instagram at positively in pursuit. I'm Anita your host these should've check out that any live dot com for where in win to see our next up. Owed.
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"Sir. Welcome folks, another episode of that Anita live. I'm anita. Your host here today with me in studio is the clinical director of national pike health center in Maryland, co host of the on account radio show broadcasting on W O L be ten ten AM in Baltimore. She's the author of the bestselling book letters for you earned a b s and psychology for Morgan state. Go bears. Go. She is a mess w of social work from the university of Maryland law. These initials how many degrees? MSE J best a masters of science in criminal Justice. From Kaplan university qualified John qualified, welcome. I see a Ragsdale to the show. Thank you so much. I'm so excited and happy to be here. Thank you very much for coming on driver for way, other side states, go hang out. So what made you go into mental health in the first place. You know, I didn't wanna do it. When I got outta high school. I was I wanna do a career where I'm gonna make some good money. I went to Morgan, and I'm gonna this engineer. I just wanted to graduate from school making six figures and just wanted to build things make things work. And that's but I knew I was supposed to middle health always felt like mental health and pay any money. So I was kind of running from that calling and I got to this one math class. And I was always good at mad, and I just cannot understand it took calculus, and they were like, well, we want you to find a limit to Infinity, and as I could not figure it out. I mean, I spent hours and hours and tutoring. I stayed up all night. And I was just like, okay, Lloyd here you been there done that. I feel like he literally shut my brain down when it came down to this man class after that, I went and had a honest conversation with my adviser, I switched my major over this. Ecology? I graduated with no issues once got obedient. Once you got obedience got. Got. So was there anything once you got into Minto? Yes. Switch over the psychology. Was there anything that you begin to learn that made you reconsider? Oh, boy, not necessarily a psychology. I think what I got to my masters. I definitely wanted to reconsider wanted to run because when you get to the root and the level and the nature of people's hurt. And we really see the core of what drives behavior often times. It's so much easier to just turn a blind eye on walkaway. Because once you know, you're responsible and accountable in things that's easy to judge. You can no longer. Just judge those things quite so easily. You kind of develop empathy and sympathy for people that sometimes other people don't have empathy and sympathy from any almost kind of puts you in that same category. What you do empathize with the other side, you know, so it's kind of like the balancing act. Balancing act, so how long have you been in the mental health professionals have been in the midst of healthy mystique approximately says two thousand eight our had to say so a little over two routing years. Mark. And I started off on a very direct care level as I continue to progress through. Academically to rise up. I guess the food chains chain. So to say I started off at the literally very ground level doing. I started off as a PRP, which is a psychiatric rehabilitation worker. They worked wreck in conjunction with their. They do a lot of community based work with now break down for us and put it in say, everyday lane was your street terms is that funny is at bipolar Russian. So is all of that for young people for children and adolescents. It can be anybody with any type of mental health issue. You the apparent and say, you know, what my child has extreme anger issues. They have poor social skills, and that is a council like myself can come along, and we can work with them when those skills but in real life situations. I take them out for group of kids, and as usual, some type of conflict will happen in the moment when I see the conflict arise, you know. You can give them step by step ways to handle the conflict without fighting or without being verbally aggressive without being Cheyenne, quiet. You know, you literally can model enroll play in the moment with children, I know some adults and he's so. We do you know, I've done that. With the does the adult level looks like helping parenting skills connected them to resources in the community, helping to allow applications that a lot of adults take for granted that they can do some people challenge with that is you know, I was blessed very early on in my career to be able to help work with all types of individuals to get them to that next level. And that next step before they need to be, but yeah, absolutely, right. It's it's a lot. And you see a lot in view where you base where new C ally. Like, for instance, what was something we had have been in the area just within the last couple of days where a hospital in Maryland. Walk the lady out in a wheelchair to a bus stop and nothing but her hospital gown and left her there at the bus stop blessedly, though. There was someone that works in the mental health
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