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    The Game Changing Attorney Podcast with Michael Mogill
    121 — Ben Crump — Speaking Truth to Power: The Fight for Social Justice in America

    The Game Changing Attorney Podcast with Michael Mogill

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 34:18


    "Black, white, brown — it doesn't matter. You show up for what's right. Even when it's controversial or unpopular. Even when it's dangerous. Speak truth to power.” - Ben Crump How is Ben Crump working to fix a broken criminal justice system? Does bringing awareness and attention to a problem exacerbate the very issue he is trying to solve? How does he remain optimistic when one in five black men is convicted? In the face of death threats, how does he press on with such important work? What can attorneys who wish to drive real change do, beyond posting on social media? What is it like being one of Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People?   Attention and Advocacy Equal access to justice. Fair treatment. Hope for the future. Every American deserves these basic rights. Yet the number of Blacks and Hispanics convicted of felonies remains wildly disproportionate to that of their white counterparts. The criminal justice system, plagued by discrimination, implicit bias, and racism, requires a strong salve of tireless activism and unwavering optimism. Legendary national civil rights attorney Ben Crump draws optimism from one source over the rest: the precedent of Black Americans who have overcome, from the middle passage and slavery through Jim Crow and excessive police force. "Based on the precedent of black people in America, Whatever the enemies of equality throw at us, we're going to overcome it. We're going to be alright." - Ben Crump Often heralded as Black America's Attorney General, Attorney Ben Crump is listed amongst the Most Influential People of 2021 by TIME Magazine, Ebony Magazine's Power 100 Most Influential African Americans, The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Lawyers, and the 2014 NNPA Newsmaker of the Year. In high-profile civil rights cases, he has represented the families of Henrietta Lacks, Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd, among others. Also the President of the National Civil Rights Trial Lawyers Association, he reached a $641 MM settlement for the residents of Flint, Michigan.   Show Up There is no nobler thing than to fight for the equity of your children. The price is often high, and the opposition is deadly. But in the matter of life and death in America, this is what it takes. Showing up. Speaking out. Leveraging the education and power you have to build a more equal America.    Key Takeaways: Take someone with you. Mentor someone who looks nothing like you, someone from a different background. Support scholarship funds to help trial lawyers become more diverse. There are always things you can do. Remain optimistic. There is always hope and possibility, even in the face of staggering statistics. Attorneys can build a better world — a better America — for generations to come. Embrace the struggle.  Pressure is what makes coal into diamonds and makes engines run. A necessary element of progress, the struggle should not be shied away from. Links and Resources The Game Changing Attorney Podcast Michael Mogill Facebook Michael Mogill Twitter Michael Mogill Instagram Michael Mogill LinkedIn Crisp Website Crisp Facebook Crisp Twitter Crisp Instagram Crisp LinkedIn Ben Crump Website Ben Crump LinkedIn Ben Crump Twitter   Author Michael Mogill, Crisp, and Ben Crump

    KQED’s Forum
    Serena Williams' Legacy, On and Off the Court

    KQED’s Forum

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 55:29


    “This is it, the end of a story that started in Compton, California, with a little Black girl who just wanted to play tennis,” said Serena Williams in her retirement announcement in Vogue magazine. For nearly three decades, Williams has dominated and transformed the sport of tennis. Williams won 23 Grand Slam singles titles, 14 major championships in doubles with her sister, Venus, and four Olympic gold medals. Considered by many to be the GOAT, or greatest of all time, Williams has been an inspiration to a generation of tennis players, and her career has had special resonance for Black women, on and off the court. We'll talk about her legacy and we want to hear from you: What has Serena Williams meant to you? Guests: Gerry Marzaroti, journalist, New Yorker Magazine; author, "Seeing Serena" Cecil Harris, veteran sports reporter; host, podcast docuseries "All-American: Venus & Serena"; author, "Different Strokes: Serena, Venus, and the Unfinished Black Tennis Revolution," and "Charging the Net: A History of Blacks in Tennis from Althea Gibson and Arthur Ashe to the Williams Sisters" Suzette Hackney, deputy editor and national columnist, USA TODAY LZ Granderson, columnist, The Los Angeles Times; host, "Life Out Loud with LZ Granderson" podcast

    RNZ: Checkpoint
    Rugby: Foster's future on line despite All Blacks' Ellis Park win

    RNZ: Checkpoint

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 3:18


    Just who will coach the All Blacks in their next test remains a mystery. Incumbent New Zealand coach Ian Foster admits he has "no idea" if Saturday's 35-23 win over South Africa will be enough to save his job. The win ended a three match losing run but means they've still only won two of their last seven tests. Foster returns home to face an New Zealand Rugby review with his future on the line - as sports editor Stephen Hewson reports.

    RNZ: Nine To Noon
    The future of All Blacks coach Ian Foster : will he stay or will he go?

    RNZ: Nine To Noon

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 6:58


    With the All Blacks breaking their losing streak and winning against the Springboks in Johannesburg, what is the future of beleagured All Black coach Ian Foster?. NZ Rugby boss Mark Robinson held an unusual media conference yesterday saying Ian Foster's coaching future would be announced later this week and he repeatedly apologised to journalists for not divulging any information. Sports Commentator, Sam Ackerman with his take on what's going on.

    RNZ: Checkpoint
    Rugby: Crunch time for All Blacks v Springboks at Ellis Park

    RNZ: Checkpoint

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 4:52


    It's crunch time for the All Blacks this weekend especially coach Ian Foster. The side's lost five of their last six tests and New Zealand Rugby's hardly been glowing in its support of Foster, meaning lose this weekend and it could be all over for him. Reporter Leonard Powell popped out to ask people if they would be watching the game at 3am this Sunday. And RNZ sports reporter Clay Wilson talks to Nick Truebridge. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6310755183112

    RNZ: Morning Report
    Springboks make changes ahead of All Blacks match

    RNZ: Morning Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 2:46


    The Springboks have made changes ahead of their game against the All Blacks, most notably leaving hooker Malcolm Marx on the bench after he single-handedly outplayed the All Blacks forwards last week. Daily Maverick news website sports editor Craig Ray will be at the match on Sunday morning. He spoke to Corin Dann.

    Pick & Go
    Springboks v All Blacks 1st Test Recap & Rugby Championship + Bunnings NPC Round 2 Previews

    Pick & Go

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 51:51 Very Popular


    Pat, Paul & Richard reconvene to take a look at the All Blacks' opening match of the 2022 Rugby Championship. What did the Springboks do so well, what went wrong for New Zealand, where can they try and close the gap this weekend & much more. The team also take a quick look at the Argentina v Australia side of the Rugby Championship as well as the opening round of the Bunnings NPC before sharing all the favourite bets for this weekend's Rugby action across the Southern Hemisphere.

    RugbyBits
    Correction: The All Blacks actually are sh*t

    RugbyBits

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 89:56 Very Popular


    Jared, Shaun and Thala look back on the first game week of the Rugby Championship and South Africa's 26-10 victory over New Zealand and Australia's bonus point 41-26 victory in Argentina. The team discusses whether this is the most impressive Springbok victory over New Zealand in the professional era, rave about Lukhanyo Am and marvel at how some second choice players like Jasper Wiese, Jaden Hendrikse and Damian Willemse have stepped up in their positions. We then look at what's wrong with the All Blac… sorry, we mean New Zealand (they will have to earn the All Blacks nickname again). And where do they go from here regardless of result at Ellis Park. We then look at the the big Brumbies influence for the Wallabies, the ill-discipline of Cheika's Argentina and discuss Marcelo Bosch's commentary, referee Mike Adamson's Spanish and Jared's Afrikaans. Our First Phase segment discussed what our favourite second international teams are.

    The Carl Nelson Show
    "Freeway" Rick Ross, Activist Belinda Parker Brown & Ronald K. Bethea l The Carl Nelson Show

    The Carl Nelson Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 166:34


    On today's show author and convicted drug trafficer "Freeway" Rick Ross, who is best known for the drug empire he established in Los Angeles, California, in the early to mid 1980s. He was sentenced to life in prison, though the sentence was shortened on appeal and released in 2009. He'll share how all this happened and what he did to turn his life around. Also Louisiana Activist Belinda Parker Brown and Ronald K. Bethea, the President of The National Association of Blacks in Solar (NASB). Text DCnews to 52140 For Local & Exclusive News Sent Directly To You! The Big Show starts on WOL 95.9 FM & 1450 AM, 1010 AM WOLB and woldcnews.com at 6 am ET., 5 am CT., 3 am PT., and 11 am BST. Call in # 800 450 7876 to participate, & listen liveSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Rugby on Off The Ball
    South Africa dominate the All Blacks | Are the Springboks number one in the world?

    Rugby on Off The Ball

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 20:42


    Resident South Africa rugby expert Stephen Kisbey-Green joined #OTBAM to run the rule over the recent Springbok pummelling of the All Blacks. Catch OTB's sports breakfast show LIVE weekday mornings from 7:30am or just search for OTB AM and get the podcast on the OTB Sports app or wherever you listen to yours. SUBSCRIBE and FOLLOW the OTB AM podcast. #OTBAM is live weekday mornings from 7:30am across Off The Ball, in association with Gillette | #EffortlessFlow

    Aotearoa Rugby Pod
    The All Blacks get overpowered and outplayed

    Aotearoa Rugby Pod

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 65:02 Very Popular


    On this weeks episode, Ross Karl leads James Parsons and Joey Wheeler in a heated discussion, as the panel search for answers to the many All Blacks problems. Ian Foster's future is debated, Australia's progress is commended and the Springboks dominate the form team of the week. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    Wealth Preservation News
    The Advantage™ - Minority Outreach 1 of 1: Issues Facing Blacks & Hispanics

    Wealth Preservation News

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 32:42


    This week on The Advantage™ we're discussing minority outreach issues facing both the Black and Hispanic communities. DaQuawn Bruce, Executive Director of Concerned Communities for America joins host Julio Gonzalez for this important discussion!

    Pacific Street Blues and Americana
    Episode 108: A History of the Blues II (short stories and music to entertain and, ideally, inform) 08 07 2022

    Pacific Street Blues and Americana

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 71:12


    There's a story behind this week's show. The Blues Society of Omaha asked me and Glenn, who fills in from time to time, to go on the main stage of our annual, In the Market for the Blues, and discuss the history of the blues.So we did. Sorta.The blues is a pretty big topic - especially to pack into 45 minutes. Instead, I put together A History of the Blues (rather than The History...). I decided to discuss some of the events that made the blues the artform it is today including The Great Migrations of Blacks from the American South to the north and west, some of the sources for blues music including field recordings, Chess Records, and John Hammond. I also told some stories like how John Lomax's efforts to get a recording label for Leadbelly tied together with the sit-com Friends, or how John Hammond's search for Robert Johnson created, in large part, the sound that was Classic Rock, or how a Memphis kid's love of a jug band player lead, indirectly, to several hit recording acts in the 60s and 70s. Or how Reg Dwight played the blues and became Elton John. We are ecclectricity and, ideally, listeners find that entertaining and informative. At the very least, but perhaps the most important, the show is not predictable or driven by cliches of what the blues is or isn't.Thanks for giving this a listen.It was an act of love putting this together.I hope you enjoy the effort.Pacific Street BluesAugust 7, 2022Link to Visuals23. Billie Holiday / Ain't Misbehavin'24. Stevie Ray Vaughan / The Sky is Cryin' 25. Charley Patton / Hang It On the Wall 26. Robert Johnson / Sweet Home Chicago27. Eric Clapton / Malted Milk Blues 28. BB King / The Thrill is Gone 29. Joe Bonamassa / You Upset Me Baby 30  Chuck Berry / House of Blues Lights 31. Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers / Carol 32. The Rolling Stones / Confessin' the Blues 33. John Mayall Bluesbreakers / Parchman Farm34. Cyril Davis All Stars / L.A. Breakdown (Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, Bill Wyman, Charlies Watts, Ian Stewart, Mick Jagger) 35. Long John Baldry / Don't Lay No Boogie Woogie on the King of Rock n Roll 36. Elton John /Susie 37. Dana Fuchs / Save Me 38. Mike Farris / Precious Lord, Take My Hand 39. Hadden Sayers / Tip of My Tongue40. Hector Anchondo / I'm Going to Missouri

    East Coast Breakfast with Darren Maule
    Angry All Blacks supporter in SA burning his rugby jersey goes VIRAL!!!

    East Coast Breakfast with Darren Maule

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 4:51


    How far would you go to show disappointment in your sports team? A South African supporter from Cape Town went viral by burning his All Black rugby jersey. DKS has their views on the incident. Find out more on the full podcast! #DarrenKeriSkyOnECR WATCH: Angry All Blacks supporter burns rugby jersey

    Movers & Shapers: A Dance Podcast
    MSP 138: Joan Myers Brown and Kim Bears-Bailey

    Movers & Shapers: A Dance Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 65:42


    Today's guest on Movers & Shapers are Joan Myers Brown and Kim Bears-Bailey of Philadanco. Joan is the founder of Philadanco which was created in 1970 out of a need to provide performance opportunities and training for Black dancers. PHILADANCO!  has since grown into a professional dance company that is recognized around the world for its artistic integrity, superbly trained dancers, and captivating performances. Of her many honors, she is the honorary chairperson for the International Association of Blacks in Dance (IABD), an organization she established in 1991, and she received the prestigious National Medal of Arts Award and 2019 Bessie Award for Lifetime Achievement in Dance for her choreographic influence on black dance in America.  Kim joined Philadanco in 1981 and its current Artistic Director. She is a Bessie's award recipient and Associate Professor of Dance at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Kim is one of few artists granted permission to remount the works of many world-renowned choreographers including Talley Beatty, Pearl Primus and Gene Hill Sagan. For more in this episode of Movers & Shapers: themovingarchitects.org/podcasts Follow us on Facebook and Instagram!

    Rugby on Off The Ball
    THE ALL BLACKS ARE BROKEN | Gregor Paul explains New Zealand's fall from grace

    Rugby on Off The Ball

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 17:53


    Gregor Paul of the New Zealand Herald joined Joe Molloy on Monday's Off The Ball following yet another test defeat for the All Blacks. Defeated by South Africa on a score-line of 26-10 in the opening round of this year's Rugby Championship, Gregor explained what the feeling has been like in New Zealand and how perilous Ian Foster's position as Head Coach has now become. Rugby is in association with Vodafone | #TeamOfUs

    The Agenda
    "Empire Games Special: Episode 6 + All Blacks Post-Mortem"

    The Agenda

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 10:12


    Join ACC Head G Lane as he dissects all the key moments from the weekend, allowing you to sound like an absolute expert in the workplace!Plus, a bonus mini post-mortem of the latest episode of The Muppet Show...See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    COW's Podcast
    How Do You Know It's Bad?

    COW's Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 55:11


    Posted 8/8/22This week the C.O.W.boys are asking, "How do you know it's bad?" Along with some fun and lively conversation on the topic, you'll also hear some great music from Asleep at the Wheel (Bump Bounce Boogie), Chris Ryden (Railroad Corral), Stephanie Davis (Something About Montana), and Wylie and the Wild West (Bucking Horse Moon). There is also some great cowboy poetry this week from Doris Daley (A Baxter of Blacks). We'll have the ever popular Dick's Pick (Take Me Back to My Boots and Saddle), Cowpoke Poetry, and a whole bunch of goofin' off too!

    RNZ: Morning Report
    All Blacks didn't learn much from Ireland defeat - Mains

    RNZ: Morning Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 6:39


    All Blacks coach Ian Foster called it, quote, "our best performance of the year". The under fire coach was referring to New Zealand's 26-points-to-10 defeat at the hands of the Springboks in Mbombela. The All Blacks have now lost three games in a row, and five in six matches. Former All Blacks coach Laurie Mains says the team didn't seem to learn much from their series defeat to the Irish last month. Mains spoke to Corin Dann.

    Pacific Street Blues and Americana
    Episode 107: A History of the Blues (short stories and music to entertain and, ideally, inform) 08 07 2022

    Pacific Street Blues and Americana

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 74:22


    There's a story behind this week's show. The Blues Society of Omaha asked me and Glenn, who fills in from time to time, to go on the main stage of our annual, In the Market for the Blues, and discuss the history of the blues. So we did. Sorta. The blues is a pretty big topic - especially to pack into 45 minutes. Instead, I put together A History of the Blues (rather than The History...). I decided to discuss some of the events that made the blues the artform it is today including The Great Migrations of Blacks from the American South to the north and west, some of the sources for blues music including field recordings, Chess Records, and John Hammond. I also told some stories like how John Lomax's efforts to get a recording label for Leadbelly tied together with the sit-com Friends, or how John Hammond's search for Robert Johnson created, in large part, the sound that was Classic Rock, or how a Memphis kid's love of a jug band player lead, indirectly, to several hit recording acts in the 60s and 70s. Or how Reg Dwight played the blues and became Elton John.  We are ecclectricity and, ideally, you find that entertaining and informative. At the very least, but perhaps the most important, the show is not predictable or driven by cliches. Thanks for giving this a lesson.It was an act of love putting this together. I hope you enjoy the effort. Pacific Street BluesAugust 7, 2022Link to Visuals1. Blue House and the Rent to Own Horns / I Put a Spell on You2. Dave Alvin / Highway 663. W.C. Handy /Beale Street Blues 4. Louis Armstrong / What Did I Do (to be so Black and Blue)? 5. Alan Lomax / Spoken Word6. Rev. Gary Davis / Candy Man 7. Bessie Jones and the Group8. Blind Willie Johnson / John the Revelator (Rex Granite Band, Mellencamp, Son House) 9. Tedeschi Trucks Band / Keep Your Lamp Trimmed and Burning 10. Leadbelly / New Orleans11. Lonnie Donegan / Rock Island Line12. The Animals / House of the Rising Sun13. Mark Knopfler (Dire Straits) / Donegan's Gone 14. Bruce Springsteen / spoken15. Woody Guthrie / This Land is Your Land 6. The Carter Family / When the World's on Fire 17. Johnny Cash & June Carter Cash / Jackson18. Bob Dylan & Johnny Cash / North Country Girl 19. Memphis Jug Band / KC Moan20. Charlie Musselwhite / Blues Gave Me a Ride (Elvin Bishop [Paul Butterfield Blues Band], Ben Harper)21. Lovin' Spoonful / What a Day for a Daydream (Even Dozen Jug Band; Jonathan Sebastian, David Grisom (Grateful Dead), Steve Katz (Blood Sweat & Tears), 22. Maria Muldaur/ Midnight at the Oasis

    Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
    D'Arcy Waldegrave: Sportstalk host on what could happen to the All Blacks in South Africa

    Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 4:52


    The All Blacks head into the first test against South Africa on the back of multiple changes to the team. Caleb Clarke is returning on the pitch, but off the pitch, Jason Ryan has come in to the team with John Plumtree and Brad Mooar out. And in the Commonwealth Games, Tom Walsh has said Jacko Gill may challenge him in the shotput. The Black Sticks Women are also taking on England in the hockey semifinal on the back of the White Ferns and Silver Ferns struggling against England. Sportstalk host D'Arcy Waldegrave joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
    Kevin Putt: Kiwi-born former Springbok on whether Ian Foster could go if the All Blacks lose both Springbok games

    Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 4:06


    It's pretty high stakes for Ian Foster for the All Blacks in South Africa. If Foster doesn't win at least one game, he's gone. But the question is whether the All Blacks have the capability to turn it around after the series loss to Ireland. Kiwi-born former Springbok Kevin Putt joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Asknathaniel Podcast
    YOUR NOT WHITE !HISPANICS RACIST OF BLACKS SPEAK ON BLACK PLATFORMS ON BLACK ISSUES & BLACK CULTURE

    Asknathaniel Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 138:21


    YOUR NOT WHITE !HISPANICS RACIST OF BLACKS SPEAK ON BLACK PLATFORMS ON BLACK ISSUES & BLACK CULTURE

    Pick & Go
    Springboks v All Blacks Preview with Jeff Wilson

    Pick & Go

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 63:41 Very Popular


    Jeff Wilson calls in from South Africa to chat about the mood in the Republic ahead of the Rugby Championship and all the key factors that will decide the first Springboks v All Blacks Test of 2022. Then Pat, Paul & Richard share all their favourite bets for the clash in Mbombela as well as Round 1 of the NPC.

    RNZ: Morning Report
    All Blacks under pressure in South Africa

    RNZ: Morning Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 3:27


    The All Blacks have escaped the fish bowl of New Zealand but they remain under immense pressure. They're preparing for back to back tests in South Africa to kick off their Rugby Championship title defence, with the first test in Mbombela on Sunday morning. One win should keep coach Ian Foster safe, for now, but two defeats could force New Zealand Rugby to give him the boot as next year's World Cup looms closer. Rugby reporter Joe Porter reports.

    RNZ: Morning Report
    All Blacks getting ready to face South Africa

    RNZ: Morning Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 4:15


    With all the excitement at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, a big All Blacks Test in South Africa has gone under the radar for many. Just recapping, the New Zealand team is coming off a historic 2-1 home series loss to Ireland, prompting changes to the coaching staff. Head coach Ian Foster is still there but under real pressure, with New Zealand Rugby having to failed to endorse him beyond the two tests in South Africa. South Africa's Daily Maverick news website sports editor Craig Ray, and RNZ's rugby reporter Joe Porter spoke to Corin Dann.

    The Dr. Vibe Show
    THE DR. VIBE SHOW™: BLACK CANADA TALKING - JULY 24, 2022

    The Dr. Vibe Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 66:39


    Black Canada Talking™ is a live online event that provides Black Canadians opportunity to give their takes and POVs on stories that are of importance to them. On the July 24, 2022 episode of Black Canada Talking™ our guest was Ketcia Peters. Ketcia Peters is an entrepreneur and community activist with experience advocating at all levels of government and the non-profit sector. As the former Co-Chair of the Ottawa Police Community and Action Committee (COMPAC) she's gained extensive experience advocating for bias-neutral policing. As a Certified Trauma Informed Coach specializing in Race Relations with over 10 years' experience Ketcia most recently, co-facilitated equity and inclusivity workshops for the city of Ottawa and has assisted in the design and delivery of anti-racism training in the community at large. She's the CEO of North-South Development Roots and Culture Canada and President of the Red Coalition, a federal lobbyist group. Recently, Ms. Peters was on our show. During our conversation, Ms. Peters talked about: – Some of her background – Where her energy for the Black community originated – The moment in life turned in the right direction – Her journey after school – Challenges Black people face from the Ottawa Police – Where EDI stands currently/What are the next steps? – Blacks and trauma – Progression of trauma with Blacks over the pandemic – Her concerns with the state of Black Canada – Whether melinated people can move forward without trusting each other – What Black youth need – How critical entrepreneurship is to Black Canadians future – How Ketcia's work has changed since she began – Ketcia's message to both upper-middle class and less economically fortunate Blacks You can contact Ms. Peters via: Website Linkedin Instagram Twitter YouTube Phone: (613) 366-1574 Visit The Dr. Vibe Show™ at https://www.thedrvibeshow.com/ Please feel free to email us at dr.vibe@thedrvibeshow.com Please feel free to “Like” the “The Dr. Vibe Show” Facebook Fan Page here God bless, peace, be well and keep the faith, Dr. Vibe 2020 Podcast News Award Winner – Canadian Ethnic Media Association 2018 Innovation Award Winner – Canadian Ethnic Media Association The Dr. Vibe Show™ At “The Good Men Project” One of the first Brand Ambassador's – Cuisine Noir Magazine Dr. Vibe – Producer And Co-host of Black Men Talking On WJMS Radio Dr. Vibe on HuffPost Live – August 2, 2013 2013 Black Weblog Awards Finalist (Best Podcast) 2012 Black Weblog Awards Winner (Best International Blog) 2012 Black Weblog Awards Finalist (Best Podcast) 2011 Black Weblog Awards Finalist (Best International Blog and Best Podcast Series) Black Blog Of The Day – Black Bloggers Network – June 23, 2011 Twitter Twitter hashtag: #DrVibe The Dr. Vibe Show™ – iTunes The Dr. Vibe Show™ – Spotify Dr. Vibe Media – You Tube The Dr. Vibe Show™ – Stitcher Radio The Dr. Vibe Show™ – TuneIn Radio The Dr. Vibe Show™ – Google Play Music The Dr. Vibe Show™ – iHeartRadio The Dr. Vibe Show™ at Anchor Linkedin – The Dr. Vibe Show™ Instagram The Dr. Vibe Show Facebook Fan Page

    The Agenda
    "Empire Games Special: Episode 5 + All Blacks Team Naming"

    The Agenda

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 7:03


    ACC Head G Lane brings you everything you need to know about the Commonwealth Games from overnight to provide you with all the small talk you need to be an expert with your family and friends over the weekend! Plus, bonus naming of the All Blacks team to face South Africa this weekend!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Asknathaniel Podcast
    HISPANICS ARE RACIST OF BLACKS BECAUSE THEY WANT TO BE WHITE BEWARE THE WHITE MAN WILL CORRECT YOU

    Asknathaniel Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 181:01


    HISPANICS ARE RACIST OF BLACKS BECAUSE THEY WANT TO BE WHITE BEWARE THE WHITE MAN WILL CORRECT YOU

    Lets TLK...
    Elmo Hates Blacks x SanyuTLKs

    Lets TLK...

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 18:33


    Recently there have been some viral clips floating about of young melanated children, being discriminated against at Disney, this week Sanyu TLK's about it! We're never done TLK-ing so follow us on: Twitter: @lets_tlk Instagram: @letstlk_ Tiktok: @letstlk

    Nuus
    Faf de Klerk terug in sy tuisstad vir toets teen All Blacks

    Nuus

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 0:20


    Rugby: Die Springbok-skrumskakel Faf de Klerk keer Saterdag terug na sy tuisstad, Mbombela, vir die Rugby Kampioenskapstoets teen Nieu-Seeland. Die Klerk sal die wedstryd begin as een van drie veranderings, met Malcolm Marx en Kurt-Lee Arendse wat ook in die opdrafspan ingesluit it. De Klerk verwag dat die All Blacks gaan terugbaklei nadat hulle hul tuisreeks teen Ierland verloor het.

    Irish History Podcast
    ‘No Irish, No Blacks, No Dogs' - The Irish in London

    Irish History Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 37:25


    The 1950s were a dismal time in Ireland. While the economy tanked, the catholic church, at the height of its power, maintained strict control over social life. Desperate to find a better life, nearly 500,000 Irish people emigrated. This staggering figure was equivalent to 80% of those born in the Free State between 1931 and 1941. This was a level of emigration unseen since the days of the Great Hunger of the 1840s.The vast majority went to Britain with many making London their home. However they found the English capital isolating, lonely and unwelcoming. The poster in boarding houses stating ‘No Dogs, No Blacks, No Irish' embodied the racism they faced. While many of the 1950s generation are no longer with us, in the late 1990s author Catherine Dunne recorded their stories. The experiences of these emigrants were the basis for her book An Unconsidered People - the Irish in London. In this moving episode Catherine recounts the experiences they shared with her, the racism they faced as well as the isolation and loneliness. She also reveals the importance of solidarity within the Irish community, the legendary Irish clubs such as the Galtymore in Cricklewood and how many made a better life in the face of adversity.You can find Catherine's book An Unconsidered People - the Irish in London at https://www.newisland.ie/nonfiction/an-unconsidered-people-the-irish-in-londonFollow Catherine's catherinedunneauthor.comfacebook.com/Author.CatherineDunnetwitter.com/DunneCatherineBecome a member on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/Irishpodcast and getMy upcoming exclusive series on the Civil War with Dr Brian HanleyJoin me on the supporters' trip to Conwy Castle in WalesEarly access to the showAd free episodesHours of supporters only content See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/irishhistory.

    Lifeline
    17. Matt Blacks Out

    Lifeline

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 71:58 Very Popular


    KQED's The California Report
    Two People Killed In The McKinney Wildfire That Burns Out Of Control In Siskiyou County

    KQED's The California Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 18:07


    Authorities say two bodies have been found inside a burned vehicle in the path of a raging California wildfire that is one of several major blazes burning across Northern California. Hundreds of millions of dollars are headed to the Golden State for Climate Change and infrastructure. The mix of fires, drought, and even record rainfall in some parts of California are taking a toll on the state's infrastructure. But, a new federal program unveiled last week, could funnel hundreds of millions of dollars to the Golden State to help safeguard its roads and bridges. Reporter Caleigh Wells, KCRW California Health officials are not ready to declare a statewide emergency for Monkeypox. The State of California has reported nearly eight hundred cases of Monkeypox - the majority in San Francisco and Los Angeles.  Eleven people in California have been hospitalized - but, no one has died. So, health officials in California say they don't see the need - at least not yet - to declare a statewide emergency over the Monkeypox virus....similar to the local one declared by the city of San Francisco last week. A new Kaiser study says adults with young kids could provide some protection against severe COVID illnesses. Researchers compared more than half million adults - and found that those without children were 49 percent more likely to be hospitalized-and 76 percent more likely to be admitted to an ICU - than those with young kids at home. A School in the Inland Empire plans to move because of influx of new warehouses. Another large warehouse complex is slated for Southern California's Inland Empire… which is east of Los Angeles.  The region is home to over a billion square feet of warehouses.  One of the latest proposed warehouses would be next door to an elementary school in the small community of Bloomington in San Bernardino County. Reporter Jonathan Linden, KVCR A new public housing project in Southern California is unlike many others. It's called Jordan Downs and it's located in L.A.'s Watts community. Even in a state where millions struggle to find…and keep… an affordable place to live, building more public housing hasn't been a popular solution. That's because over the decades public housing has become synonymous with segregation of Blacks and Latinos, warehousing of the poor, and terrible living conditions. But in L.A.'s Watts neighborhood, one big public housing project called Jordan Downs is in the midst of a decades-long, one billion dollar transformation. When done, it will more than double the number of people living there. Its also supposed to show the potential of public housing….if done right.. Reporter Saul Gonzalez, The California Report

    RNZ: Morning Report
    All Blacks sevens team lose to Fiji at Commonwealth Games

    RNZ: Morning Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 5:26


    It may have been a winning start to the Commonwealth Games for New Zealand, but those athletes competing overnight have so far been unable to add to Aotearoa's medal tally overnight. There was heartbreak for the All Blacks sevens team in Birmingham, when they were beaten 19-14 in their Commonwealth Games semi-final against Fiji in extra time. New Zealand was down to just five men by the end of the match. They'll compete for the bronze medal against Australia just after 7am on Monday, shortly after the Black Ferns sevens team play for third place against Canada. It wasn't just on the field where the New Zealanders came up short - there was also some disappointment on the velodrome, and in the triathlon mixed relay. Reporter Bridget Tunnicliffe is in Birmingham. She spoke to Corin Dann.

    Wealth and Wellbeing
    Nick Rowland: All Blacks, Steven Adams, Marketing, and Baseball | NZ Guide To Financial Freedom Podcast #278

    Wealth and Wellbeing

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 61:42


    Nick Rowland is the Marketing Manager of New Zealand Rugby, Director of Side by Side, and a true-blue sporting enthusiast. ____________________________________________ ►FREE RESOURCES FROM RYAN:https://linktr.ee/ryanjmelton ____________________________________________ GUESTS DETAILS: ____________________________________________ ►Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nickjrowland/ ____________________________________________ CHAPTERS 0:00-Introduction 1:40-What Nick Rowland does 5:07-Cricket 5:50-The value of competition 8:50-High performers vs culture 9:48-Team culture 12:00-Vision 14:00-Team adoption 15:48-Obstacles 18:44-All Black Investors 20:00-NFTs 23:00-All Blacks NFT 25:00-Remaining curious 25:40-The All Blacks brand 27:58-Speak your truth 30:00-Diversity 33:10-Marketing fundamentals 35:00-Marketing through service 37:00-Steven Adams 43:40-Sales takeaway 46:10-Mental hangup 49:40-Work-life balance 52:48-The cost of success 54:39-NZ Baseball 1:01:00-Conclusion

    Jesse Lee Peterson Show Highlights
    JLP on GLC | Monologue on the blacks: Preachers and Celebrities (2004, Ep 89-90)

    Jesse Lee Peterson Show Highlights

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 55:20


    ARCHIVE (11/09/04, episodes 89-90, runtime: 55 mins) Jesse Lee Peterson gives a monologue across two episodes as founder of the nonprofit, BOND. Most black Americans suffer not due to racism, but the lack of moral character. Fathers are not in the homes, and their brainwashed by false black leadership. The Democrat platform is anti-God, but black preachers support it! In the second episode, Jesse details his "Black List" — pointing out lying black celebrities: Will Smith, Spike Lee, Danny Glover, Whoopi Goldberg, Harry Belafonte and Sean "P. Diddy" Combs. (Originally aired on God's Learning Channel.) TIME STAMPS 00:00 Ep. 89: JLP on GLC 01:01 BOND 01:58 Why blacks suffer: Bad values 04:02 black preachers for Democrats 07:06 Values over "economics" 09:15 Return to values 12:10 black men 17:08 Think for yourself 19:09 Leave black churches 20:25 Source of black anger 21:44 black men and women 24:19 Take control of your life 27:31 Ep. 90: The Black List 29:53 Will Smith 32:08 Sean "P. Diddy" Colmes 36:02 Harry Belafonte 38:01 Lying to black voters: Charlie Rangel 41:27 Why do whites support black celebrities? 42:25 Danny Glover, Spike Lee 44:06 Spiritual battle 46:01 National Day of Repudiation of Jesse Jackson 47:17 Living the message 47:49 Speak truth to the lies 54:00 Support BOND Jesse Lee Peterson hosted a show and made numerous appearances on @God's Learning Channel between late 2002 and late 2005. SEE MORE: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpSkvyhrlXraijfb60xKna4tkPMp4ScOJ

    Trademark Belfast
    82. No Dogs, No Blacks, No Irish

    Trademark Belfast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 38:13


    We talk to activist Medb McDaid about Irish emigration to Britain with a focus on the generation of the 1950s and 1960s, about dance halls, identity, language, discrimination, anti-terror legislation and notions of 'Irishness'. She may be back.

    biobalancehealth's podcast
    Healthcast 610 – Dementia - How to avoid this end to your life.

    biobalancehealth's podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 26:30


    See all the Healthcasts at https://www.biobalancehealth.com/healthcast-blog/ At a get together of friends, I was pulled aside by a good friend who asked me how she could prevent dementia, because the mother she loves is in a memory care facility and she never wants that to be her future!  My answer was brief, but I can now think of so many other things I could have recommended for her, and I thought I would share them with you, and I will give her a copy of the blog that goes along with these suggestions. I read research every day that tells doctors what causes dementia and increases risk of getting dementia at the middle or latter part of life.  When I get to the basis of all the findings in the medical articles, it is detailed as I will discuss, But the basic qualities and problems to treat include INFLAMMATION, ATHEROSCLEROTIC VASCULAR DISEASE, OBESITY, HIGH SUGAR DIET, HIGH BP SMOKING AND ALCOHOL AND POOR DIET. Risk of Dementia Includes the following categories of Modifiable Risk factors:  Low Testosterone and estradiol Chronic inflammation Obesity Diabetes High BP Depression Cigarette/cigar smoking Hearing loss Binge Drinking and excessive alcohol intake Sedentary lifestyle Lack of sunlight High carb diet—sodas, sugar Aging= low sex hormones, poor production of nitric oxide and poor absorption of oral vitamin Bs Chronic injuries and pain that cause chronic inflammation—get that knee or shoulder fixed! Chronic heart disease---arrythmia, atherosclerotic heart disease   Foods to Eat Prevent Dementia Eggs in moderation Cumin Anything with protein Yogurt and other foods (Kambucho) with probiotics and lactobacciluus Clean fresh foods Meats and fish that are fresh or frozen, not preserved, or processed Steamed or fresh vegetables (not canned or processed) Seeds and nuts (raw and roasted without salt preferable) Foods to avoid to prevent dementia: Inflammatory foods and soy products Milk, especially cow's milk. (High carb content) especially skin milk! Soy All phytoestrogens Wheat Food with preservatives (all processed foods have preservatives) Modifiable risk factors        Replace hormones that are missing with bio-identical hormones, non-oral delivery system Estradiol pellets, patches, gels, for women Progesterone for women who miss it or who have a uterus Testosterone pellets, creams, gels Thyroid replacement. Armour Thyroid for women and levothyroxine for men Neurotransmitters by taking probiotics       Suppress LH and FSH –high levels increase risk of dementia and osteoporosis (new study) Take estradiol and testosterone for women—enough to suppress FSH and LH to pre-menopausal levels Replace Testosterone for men Keep Blood Sugar Normal Eat a low sugar and low carb diet— Treat prediabetes with meds Treat diabetes with meds Decease alcohol; intake to 1 4 oz glass of wine a day and < 1.5 oz of alcohol/day Get to ideal weight   Achieve Ideal Weight –Obesity and Overweight Increases Inflammation That Increases Dementia, so Decrease Inflammation             Eat properly--Eat your base caloric intake or less daily Low carb diet Eat ½ X -1 X your body weight in protein daily Drink clear water equivalent to your weight in ounces (you weight 130—drink 130 oz of water a day) No Soda No alcohol until you achieve ideal weight No desserts or baked goods, rice, wheat products until achieve id3al weight Supplements—see below     Exercise Daily Aerobic exercise--for > 40 minutes a day Weight training 3-4 times a week Red Light Therapy especially in the evenings—activate your mitochondria! Directed toward skin for 20 minutes a day Specific red-light therapy –to face or area of pain Natural light in AM Step outside at sunrise or early morning for 15-30 minutes—no sunglasses  Sleep in a dark room with quiet at least 7 hours a night OK to take melatonin at bedtime to sleep      Supplements -Take a multi vitamin every day like Thorne daily Nutrients 2/day + Antioxidants: Vitamins C, A, and E Vitamin D3 Vitamin Bs—Methyl B12, Methyl Folate oral or injections Anti-inflammatory supplements: Aspirin 81 mg/day Milk thistle Curcumin Omega 3 and 6 oils DHA NAC DIM Arteriorisol Minerals: Zinc 30-60/day Magnesium 300-600/day Electrolytes: especially in summer during exercise NUUN supplement Increase Nitric oxide and keep BP less than 140/90 Neo 40 RX Cialis daily 2.5- 5 mg/day Eat beets—lots of them Non-modifiable risk factors: Race (Am Indians and Blacks have a higher risk) Early age of menopause (without hormone replacement) Genetics: HLA-DR15 tissue type, APO-E ¾. And 4/4 Less than high school education Just a word about genetics. We now know that even if you carry genes for dementia, you can modify your genetics…there is hope!  This new concept is called epigenetics, and it shows that the factors we employ above can put certain dementia genes “to sleep” and activate other genes that are going to make you healthier!  We are no longer a puppet of our genes! Genetic Risk for late-onset Alzheimer's disease (LOAD), the most prevalent dementia, is partially driven by genetics. To identify LOAD risk loci, we performed a large genome-wide association meta-analysis of clinically diagnosed LOAD (94,437 individuals). We confirm 20 previous LOAD risk loci and identify five new genome-wide loci (IQCK, ACE, ADAM10, ADAMTS1, and WWOX), two of which (ADAM10, ACE) were identified in a recent genome-wide association (GWAS)-by-familial-proxy of Alzheimer's or dementia. Fine-mapping of the human leukocyte antigen (HLA) region confirms the neurological and immune-mediated disease haplotype HLA-DR15 as a risk factor for LOAD. Pathway analysis implicates immunity, lipid metabolism, tau binding proteins, and amyloid precursor protein (APP) metabolism, showing that genetic variants affecting APP and Aβ processing are associated not only with early-onset autosomal dominant Alzheimer's disease but also with LOAD. Analyses of risk genes and pathways show enrichment for rare variants (P = 1.32 × 10−7), indicating that additional rare variants remain to be identified. We also identify important genetic correlations between LOAD and traits such as family history of dementia and education. If you're a doc you probably understood this abstract from a recent article ..if not.. disregard.

    Smoky Mountain Air
    Sepia Tones: Exploring Black Appalachian Music—E4: Dom Flemons, The American Songster

    Smoky Mountain Air

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 58:25


    On this episode of our mini-series Sepia Tones, Dr. William Turner and Dr. Ted Olson welcome Dom Flemons, a renowned performer of American folk music and a founding member of The Carolina Chocolate Drops. Citing a variety of musical influences—including the legendary Howard Armstrong and the inimitable Elizabeth Cotten—Flemons shares his journey into becoming a tradition-bearer of old-time music and demonstrates the subtleties of rural black musical styles he's learned along the way. Dom Flemons is a founding member of the Grammy-winning Carolina Chocolate Drops, a two-time Emmy nominee, and the creative force behind a number of solo works including, most recently, Black Cowboys and Prospect Hill: The American Songster Omnibus. He is a multi-instrumentalist whose repertoire spans the history of American folklore, ballads, and tunes.Dr. William Turner is a long-time African American studies scholar and retired Distinguished Professor of Appalachian Studies and Regional Ambassador from Berea College. He was also a research assistant to Roots author Alex Haley and co-editor of the groundbreaking Blacks in Appalachia. In 2021, Turner received Western Carolina University's individual Mountain Heritage Award in recognition of his outstanding contributions to Southern Appalachian studies. His memoir called The Harlan Renaissance, available from West Virginia University Press, was awarded the prestigious Weatherford Award at the 2022 Appalachian Studies Association Conference.Dr. Ted Olson is a music historian and professor of Appalachian Studies at East Tennessee State University. He is the author of many books, articles, reviews, encyclopedia entries, and oral histories. Olson has produced and compiled a number of documentary albums of traditional Appalachian music including GSMA's own On Top of Old Smoky and Big Bend Killing. His work has received a number of awards, including seven Grammy nominations. The East Tennessee Historical Society honored Olson with its Ramsey Award for Lifetime Achievement in 2021.Music featured includes:1.    "John Henry" performed by Amythyst Kiah and Roy Andrade from GSMA's album Big Bend Killing2.    “Going Down the Road Feelin' Bad” and “Knox County Stomp,” both from Dom Flemons' most recent album, Black Cowboys, from Smithsonian Folkways Recordings3.    “Po' Black Sheep” performed by Dom Flemons as part of the African American Legacy Recordings series, co-produced with the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. Courtesy of the Library of Congress4.    “Dona Got a Ramblin' Mind” and "Cornbread and Butterbeans" both by The Carolina Chocolate Drops and Joe Thompson, from their collaborative album released by Music Maker Foundation5.    And a selection of music performed for our podcast by Dom Flemons

    Aotearoa Rugby Pod
    How will the new-look All Blacks coaching set-up impact the Springboks tests?

    Aotearoa Rugby Pod

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 60:54 Very Popular


    On this week's episode of the Aotearoa Rugby Pod, the panel of Ross Karl, James Parsons and Bryn Hall recap Ian Foster's turbulent week, discuss the new-look All Blacks coaching team and analyse their Rugby Championship squad. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    RNZ: Checkpoint
    All Blacks: Pressure continues on under-fire coach Foster

    RNZ: Checkpoint

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 2:43


    'We're not panicking' - the words of All Blacks coach Ian Foster as his side assembles again, ready to redeem themselves against the World Champions. The side is preparing to head to South Africa for two tests as the Rugby Championship gets underway, with questions still lingering after the historic series loss to Ireland. New recruit Jason Ryan has been added to the coaches bench in an attempt to bolster the battered side. Sports editor Stephen Hewson has more. 

    RNZ: The Detail
    All Blacks find themselves in a media scrum

    RNZ: The Detail

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 22:34


    What happens when the balance between feeding public interest in the All Blacks and protecting the team's image blows up on you?

    Ladies Love Politics
    OVERNIGHT OPINIONS: What Blacks Lives Matter Could Have Done Instead....

    Ladies Love Politics

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 6:36


    Thanks for watching Overnight Opinions, a weekly news roundup on the Ladies Love Politics channel. Here you'll get current events blended with spicy commentary directed at our elected leaders. It's late, you're awake, let's get started … You can check out the Ladies Love Politics blog and read a transcript/references of this episode at www.ladieslovepolitics.com. If you're looking for something to listen to besides politics, check out my crime podcast on YouTube.Ladies Love Crime: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8Z3F_1rn3a637H_p7YtMUg Background Music Credit:Music: Hang for Days - Silent Partner https://youtu.be/A41A0XeU2ds

    I'm Probably Right!
    Blacks and Baseball

    I'm Probably Right!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 22:23


    This week Reggie talks Kyler Murray getting "The Bag", and Blacks in/not in Baseball. Rate Us, Review, Subscribe, Share and Comment!

    The Rig Biz Podcast
    S8 Ep92: Brad Shields - Cum Gutters - Shitting His Pants & His Ambitions To Play For The All Blacks

    The Rig Biz Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 44:00 Very Popular


    Today we're joined by Wasps Captain and England International Brad Shields as we celebrate his incredible career so far which has taken him from playing for NZ U20s to becoming a fully fledged England International. We discuss some incredibly loose nights out after winning the Super Rugby championship in NZ, his fears of coming to England, why Eddie Jones is a nutter, Wasps summer social to Budapest, the importance of having 'a cum gutter', his regrets of not excelling for England, his ambitions to one day play for The All Blacks again, Archie's horny grandpa, getting shocking food poisoning in South Africa and much much more.... ------ SORT OUT YOUR BUSH NOW & FIND THAT EXTRA INCH - Get 20% off and free delivery on all Manscape products with the code - RIGBIZ20 www.manscaped.com   

    The Mike Abadir Show
    The Rich History of Blacks in Baseball

    The Mike Abadir Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 54:57


    In this week's episode, Mike will be talking about a topic with a rich a deep history than meets the eye, which is the history of Blacks in baseball, with special guest: • Pat Ellington Jr., researcher with MLB and also a writer with BaseballPro. We will discuss everything from the Negro League HOF as well as the current status of Blacks in today's game in comparison to the Latin and Caribbean influence in MLB. To Call the Show: 1-866-472-5788 Tweet us: @mikeabadir @tangible_uno

    The Karel Cast
    Karel Cast 088 Wednesday Look At The World Makes Me Dizzy

    The Karel Cast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 31:20


    Karel Cast 088 Wednesday Look At The World Makes Me Dizzy Today is go for the headlines day, literally. And what's in them? Congress sitting around debating Gays and Blacks again, and how demeaning that is, to the ridiculousness of the word inflation comes our way. Listen wherever you get your podcasts, and subscribe at YouTube.com/reallykarel @ReallyKarel is all social media and website reallykarel.com

    Cross Examine Podcast
    Curt's Corner: Jesus on blacks playing the victim

    Cross Examine Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 31:20


    In some Christian circles, the notion is that poor blacks, particularly in America, are playing the victim. While some people ignore responsibility, would Jesus agree with the attitudes that many who profess to believe in him have about poverty and victimization? Twitter: @imcurtkennedy YouTube: Curt Kennedy's Corner Like and Subscribe!

    Mark Levin Podcast
    Mark Levin Audio Rewind - 7/6/22

    Mark Levin Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 112:02 Very Popular


    On Wednesday's Mark Levin Show, President Biden calls for gas station owners to charge less, while he's releasing millions of barrels of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve and sending some of it overseas. Experts warn that some states are under increased threat of losing power as their electric grids have been weakened by switching to renewable energy and taking coal, nuclear, and traditional sources of energy typically used to produce electricity. Then, despite Illinois' strict red flag laws, strict gun control, and police encounters the Highland Park shooter was still able to kill. Conversely, in Richmond, VA a citizen overheard a similar threat of violence on July 4th and reported it. Police responded and arrested illegal immigrants with firearms and averted any further incidents. Later, the attack on Justice Clarence Thomas continues with critics now saying he's turned his back on Black thinkers like Malcolm X. Thomas has indicated that most of these critiques are false and that he is comfortable around other Blacks but usually isn't welcomed around White liberals. Afterward, the New York Times puts its bigotry on display and attacks Congresswoman Mayra Flores. The Gray Lady besmirched her and other Latina Republicans as right-wing. Finally, Biden's border policies continue to brutalize women who are being raped and extorted as they attempt to cross with children and the Administration does nothing to stop the humanitarian crisis that they exacerbated.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices