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The Great Trials Podcast
Derrick Alexander Pope │Hidden Legal Figures Podcast Collaboration│Buchanan v. Warley and Shelley v. Kraemer

The Great Trials Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 82:26


This week, your hosts Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey interview Derrick Alexander Pope, Managing Director of the Arc of Justice Institute and host of the Hidden Legal Figures Podcast (https://onthearc.net/).   Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here To Rate and Review   New! Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKdeO4IodggpSLyhWVdcWKw   Episode Details: Derrick A. Pope, Managing Director of the Arc of Justice Institute and host of the Hidden Legal Figures Podcast, returns to discuss the landmark Civil Rights decisions in Buchanan v. Warley (1917) and Shelley v. Kraemer (1948). On today's episode, learn about the significance of each case and how the two decisions are intimately related. Preparing to celebrate its 104th anniversary in November 2021, the unanimous U.S. Supreme Court decision in Buchanan v. Warley ruled that Louisville, Kentucky's residential segregation laws were unconstitutional and violated the personal and property rights afforded to all U.S. citizens by the 14th Amendment. Chief Justice Edward Douglass White upheld the rights of whites and Blacks to sell property to one another and initiated a turning point in the Court's attitude toward the rights of African Americans. Years later, private covenants -- not laws -- were being used to segregate neighborhoods. In 1948, Chief Justice Fred M. Vinson ruled in Shelley v. Kraemer that private covenant agreements do not violate 14th Amendment rights and that the state's enforcement of discriminatory private covenants does violate the 14th Amendment. This ruling made racial discrimination in housing no longer judicially enforceable and established a legal precedent for future efforts to enforce the 14th Amendment's Equal Protection Clause. Click Here to Read/Download the Complete Trial Documents   Guest Bio: Derrick Alexander Pope Derrick Alexander Pope, who describes himself as a composer and conductor of ideas, is President and founding Director of The Arc of Justice Institute. In this role, he has responsibility for all aspects of its standing initiatives and programs and host of its podcast, Hidden Legal Figures. Before The Arc, Mr. Pope enjoyed a distinguished career in the public, private, and academic sectors. He has provided counsel to the legislative and executive branches of government at the federal, state, and county level, having most recently served as Chief of Staff in the Office of the Chairman of the Fulton County Board of Commissioners. He is a former Assistant Legislative Counsel to the Georgia General Assembly and former Legislative and General Counsel to the Medical Association of Georgia. During the Obama administration, Mr. Pope was a member of the White House Data Driven Justice Initiative and the My Brother's Keeper Taskforce in 2015 and 2016. In private practice, he has helped protect the inheritance rights of more than 500 families throughout Georgia. Mr. Pope is a former adjunct professor of law at the Georgia State University College of Law where he taught Probate Practice and Procedure. Mr. Pope has several published works to his credit. He is the author of By the Content of Our Character: A Declaration of  Independence for Colored Folks, Negroes, Black People, and African Americans and Thy Will Be Done: An African American Guide to Estate Planning and the Howard Law Journal article A Constitutional Window to Interpretive Reason: Or in Other Words...The Ninth Amendment. In 2012 teaming with this daughter he released a spoken word CD - The Race Track. An Atlanta native, Mr. Pope is a graduate of Morris Brown College and the Loyola University School of Law in New Orleans, Louisiana, earning top honors in the Loyola Law Clinic. He is a member of the State Bar of Georgia where serves on three standing committees (Vice-Chair, Communications/Cornerstones of Freedom Program; Advisory Committee on Legislation, and the Editorial Board of the Georgia Bar Journal, and Past Co-Chair of the Committee on Inclusion in the Profession), the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, the United States Supreme Court Historical Society, and the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Read Full Bio   Show Sponsors: Legal Technology Services - LegalTechService.com Digital Law Marketing - DigitalLawMarketing.com Harris Lowry Manton LLP - hlmlawfirm.com   Free Resources: Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 1 Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 2

RNZ: Checkpoint
All Blacks pay emotional tribute to teammate Sean Wainui

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 3:31


All Black hooker Codie Taylor choked back tears at an emotional All Blacks press conference today as he paid tribute to his teammate Sean Wainui. 25-year-old Wainui, who played for the Māori All Blacks, the Crusaders and more recently the Chiefs, was killed when the car he was driving hit a tree yesterday morning. The All Blacks, many of whom played alongside him, were shocked to learn of his death following their arrival in Washington after a 30-hour journey from the Gold Coast. Felicity Reid was on the emotional zoom conference call.

Aotearoa Rugby Pod
Remembering Sean Wainui and the biggest All Blacks test of their northern tour

Aotearoa Rugby Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 45:25


The Aotearoa Rugby Pod panel of Ross Karl, Bryn Hall and James Parsons pay tribute to the late Sean Wainui, dissect the biggest test facing the All Blacks on their northern tour, and discuss a possible Club World Cup. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

RNZ: Morning Report
NZ Rugby mourning death of Māori All Blacks player Sean Wainui

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 3:53


Māori All Black Sean Wainui is being remembered as a player with immense mana both on and off the field. The 25-year-old father died in a car crash yesterday morning at McLaren Falls Park, near Tauranga. Earlier this year, Wainui became the first player in Super Rugby history to score five tries in one game. New Zealand Māori Rugby Board chair Dr Farah Palmer spoke to Susie Ferguson.

Mark Riley: The Intersection of Politics and Culture
Mark Riley The Intersection S4 E17 Oakland Raider Racism Blacks take the vaccine and The Queen supports Greta

Mark Riley: The Intersection of Politics and Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 18:48


New Podcast Episode: I'm a lifer when it comes to my support of the Oakland Raiders, and I feel personally betrayed to learn that [now ex-] coach Jon Gruden's emails reveal racism, misogyny and homophobia that includes likening the lips of NFL Union head to a Michelin car tire! New COVID vaccine stats show that Black America has turned a corner and getting jabbed…despite the 40-year wounds and Government distrust left over from the Tuskegee Experiment, the piston has released a little to give way to practical sense and the laws of survival. African Americans are simply tired of watching loved ones die while Anti-Vaxxers continue to spout off Sci-Fi theories. And…what do Queen Elizabeth II and Greta Thunberg have in common? You'd be amazed at how saving the planet can bring two opposites together, and they both have zero-tolerance when it comes the garrulous…all talk and no action!…

Turley Talks
Ep. 690 BIDEN IS ‘SINKING LIKE THE TITANIC'!!!

Turley Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 10:20


Highlights:  “It appears now that the entire nation is chanting ‘Let's go, Brandon!'. According to the latest Zogby poll of nearly a thousand likely voters, Biden is ‘sinking like the Titanic'. Right now as we speak, Biden's approval rating has cratered to an utterly humiliating 36.4%.”“The latest Morning Consult poll has found that Biden's approval rating has dropped nearly 20 points among Blacks since he announced his draconian  and unconstitutional vax mandate.”“The new Patriot GOP is absolutely crushing the Democrats in midterm fundraising. The Republican Fundraising Committee said yesterday that they had raised more than $105 million which marks a 74% increase over the last midterm cycle.”“According to the latest Quinnipiac survey, the Republicans now lead the so-called generic ballots, 47% to 44%. This is the first time the Republicans have led the Democrats since 2014. The last time the Republicans polled this high, they went on to utterly slaughter the Democrats.”Timestamps:[02:52] The latest Zogby poll and analysis on Biden [04:42] How Biden's vaccine mandate is destroying the Democratic coalition[05:57] How pundits believe that the reelection of Donald Trump looms ahead [07:21] The massive red wave for 2022 and how GOP is crushing it in the fundraisingResources:Ep. 657 Dem CIVIL WAR! BLM REVOLTS Against ‘RACIST' Vax Mandates!!!Ep. 687 Dems PANIC as GOP FLIPS Blue Seat Signaling BLOODBATH in Midterms!!!Ep. 688 CNN MELTDOWN! ADMITS TRUMP WILL WIN IN 2024!!!JOIN US for our Virtual gathering of New Conservative Patriots on November 12th and 13th and Learn How YOU Can Build a Society FREE from WOKENESS! Register today at http://conferences.turleytalks.com/no...Get Your Brand-New PATRIOT T-Shirts and Merch Here: https://store.turleytalks.com/Become a Turley Talks Insiders Club Member and get the first 7 days FREE!!: https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com/welcomeFight Back Against Big Tech Censorship! Sign-up here to discover Dr. Steve's different social media options …. but without the censorship! https://www.turleytalks.com/en/alternative-media.com Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review.Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture!If you would like to get lots of articles on conservative trends make sure to sign-up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts. 

Reimagining Black Relations
#50 Domination by Majority and Minority

Reimagining Black Relations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 65:18


Percy Hintzen Ph.D., Professor Emeritus at UC Berkeley and currently Professor of Global and Sociocultural Studies in the School of International and Public Affairs at Florida International University shared his experiences and expertise of White and Black relations from the Caribbeans to Africa, Asia, Europe, and the rest of Americas. He highlighted the problems faced by indigenous Black countries, the advent of Europeanized Africans,  correlation between language and power, and the solution to the global colonized world."We consider them as foreigners, but at the same time, they were the ones who exercised control over every aspect of our lives. And it was very violent. They had the privilege of power and they exercised authority over us in a very violent way" - Percy Hintzen Ph.D.,

Still smoking (with da king)
Do blacks need to vote in the presidential elections

Still smoking (with da king)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 28:04


Should we use are voice to help someone get elected when they never do what they say once they in --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Opperman Report
Khalil Amani: Ex Yahweh Ben Yahweh Cult Member on Blacks for Trump

The Opperman Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 120:35


At the age of twenty, Khalil Amani joined a Black Hebrew Israelite sect in Miami, Florida. For five years he endured hell on earth-witnessing and having information about beatings, welfare scams, and murders.Left spiritually devastated, Khalil left the sect, living a very dysfunctional life-a decadent and promiscuous life-womanizing, drug dealing, exotic dancing-a life filled with lustful tales and shadowy characters-ever shaping his world.Khalil became the outspoken critic and number one disgruntled ex-member, recounting on TV and in the newspapers the horrors and atrocities committed by the Yahweh sect.After a trial, in which he was the first of 160 witnesses testifying against Yahweh ben Yahweh, Khalil entered the Federal Witness Security Program, where he gives us a detailed account of the inner-workings of the Program-from someone who's actually been accepted into the government's ultra-secretive identity make-over machine. This is one black man's harrowing tale of survival in urban America-a brutally honest introspection on self, family, sex, race, religion. In the end there is redemption for all!-"The bravest man I know!"Sydney P. Freedberg-Pulitzer Prize Journalist and Author of Brother Love: Murder, Money, and a Messiah.

The Opperman Report'
Khalil Amani: Ex Yahweh Ben Yahweh Cult Member on Blacks for Trump

The Opperman Report'

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 120:35


At the age of twenty, Khalil Amani joined a Black Hebrew Israelite sect in Miami, Florida. For five years he endured hell on earth-witnessing and having information about beatings, welfare scams, and murders.Left spiritually devastated, Khalil left the sect, living a very dysfunctional life-a decadent and promiscuous life-womanizing, drug dealing, exotic dancing-a life filled with lustful tales and shadowy characters-ever shaping his world.Khalil became the outspoken critic and number one disgruntled ex-member, recounting on TV and in the newspapers the horrors and atrocities committed by the Yahweh sect.After a trial, in which he was the first of 160 witnesses testifying against Yahweh ben Yahweh, Khalil entered the Federal Witness Security Program, where he gives us a detailed account of the inner-workings of the Program-from someone who's actually been accepted into the government's ultra-secretive identity make-over machine. This is one black man's harrowing tale of survival in urban America-a brutally honest introspection on self, family, sex, race, religion. In the end there is redemption for all!-"The bravest man I know!"Sydney P. Freedberg-Pulitzer Prize Journalist and Author of Brother Love: Murder, Money, and a Messiah.

3blackgeeks podcast
Working Title Sports Show Ep. 131- The culture is Spider 2Y Banana

3blackgeeks podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 150:29


Featured this week- MLB Playoffs, Wilder vs. Fury, NFL Week 5, NBA, Health Insurance Fraud, WNBA, F1, Blacks in Pro Wrestling, Jon Gruden and his BS.

Moxie Podcast
Episode 98 | Lisa & Gary Black - Fostering a Transformative Heart in Painful Seasons.

Moxie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 30:05


Gary and Lisa-Marie Black have been married for nearly two decades, raising their blended family from pre-school to now adults with their own families. When they married, Lisa was a young widow with two young daughters, and Gary lost his first marriage and took full custody of his three small boys. When they married, their sixth treasured child, Noah, was quickly added. The Black family was now a blending of hearts, of souls, of vision and calling that would prove to be both miraculous and tragic. Following the years into their marriage, the tragic suicide of their 19-year-old son Michael Ryan Black threatened to silence the Black's voice through grief and despair, yet only furthered their resolve to fight for those who feel lost and unseen amongst the chaos of a broken world. Their past and future journeys of overcoming loss of loved ones would turn out to be the gift and calling of their lives together.    In this episode, the Blacks talk about their life story that has had a fair share of painful moments , but also powerful healing and transformation. This journey has birthed Balck Tribe coaching, a prophetic and spiritual coaching for individuals and couples who want to thrive in life, relationship and marriage.   Listen in as they share their nuggets of wisdom on embracing loss + grief and allowing for healing to happen.

Daily Kos Radio - Kagro in the Morning
Kagro in the Morning - October 13, 2021

Daily Kos Radio - Kagro in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 115:57


Listen to our archived episodes: RadioPublic|LibSyn|YouTube Support the show: Patreon|PayPal: 1x or monthly|Square Cash * David Waldman and KITM proudly present: Wednesday! William Shatner rode Blue Origin's great penis of the galaxy a few feet up into the final frontier, becoming America's favorite space geezer. Terry McAuliffe, a popular Democratic candidate in a blue state, might win, might not, depending on the enthusiasms of the people voting.  Unfortunately, half of those voters are in a frothing rage-panic, every waking moment, which sure beats being informed. Oh no! Does this mean Democrats will lose everything from now on? Well, settle back and just sit tight, while Greg Dworkin starts reviewing the attitude of doing right —  You've got to accentuate the universal, triangulate the ideological, eschew the label “liberal”, because winners are always “mister in-between”… maybe. Republicans help all they can by being simply horrible. Q-nuts and violent lunatics are everywhere, which must eventually hurt their chances, right? The Dallas Regional Chamber distanced itself from Greg Abbott on his anti vaccine mandate mandate, so maybe that's a start… Nah. They're taking us to Hell. If Joe Biden can only bring back holiday shopping, perhaps the Democratic party will survive. Letting us see Steve Bannon get tased on TV might help too. Democrats do still have a few dummies, although a couple fewer now with the firing of Fulton County election workers guilty of shredding voter registration forms. Republican election workers can get fired for less… a lot less. A pro-Trump PAC made millions illegally, spent a few thousand in fines years later. They probably made more in interest. Jon Gruden was fired for a victimless crime, with the exception of LGBTQI+ communities, Blacks, women and a few others. At least Gruden was entertaining to a few bigots. Another woke-victim being canceled for no reason: Brett Favre.  We are almost at 80% vaccinated now. Any way you look at it, that is good news. A record number of people have taken their job and shoved it, because there are better jobs out there than the one they have.

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Daily Signal Podcast: Black Professor: Blacks Who Reject Critical Race Theory Being ‘Erased'

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021


Blacks who don't adopt the doctrines of victimhood or critical social justice erode the narrative promoted by woke activists, Erec Smith, a professor of rhetoric at York College of Pennsylvania and co-founder of Free Black Thought, says.   “The illogic that is inherent in a lot of anti-racist activism … is absurd,” Smith says.   […]

Daily Signal News
Black Professor: Blacks Who Reject Critical Race Theory Being 'Erased'

Daily Signal News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 29:37


Blacks who don't adopt the doctrines of victimhood or critical social justice erode the narrative promoted by woke activists, Erec Smith, a professor of rhetoric at York College of Pennsylvania and co-founder of Free Black Thought, says. “The illogic that is inherent in a lot of anti-racist activism ... is absurd," Smith says.Smith doesn't like how The New York Times' 1619 Project, authored by Nikole Hannah-Jones, only has furthered division within the nation.As a professor of rhetoric, Smith, who is black and the author of “A Critique of Anti-Racism in Rhetoric and Composition: the Semblance of Empowerment,” says he is concerned that anti-racist dogma contains “no sincere attempt to persuade” but is instead “an attempt to intimidate." Smith joins “The Daily Signal Podcast” from the Parents Unite conference in Boston on Oct. 1 to discuss why blacks who oppose critical race theory are being “erased.” Smith also explains what he would talk about discuss Ibram X Kendi, author of “How to Be an Antiracist,” if he were given the opportunity. We also cover these stories:Democrats move to slash their $3.5 trillion social spending bill to $2 trillion. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas announces that Immigration and Customs Enforcement, also known as ICE, no longer will conduct worksite raids.Eleven state-level school board groups put distance between themselves and a National School Boards Association letter to President Joe Biden asking for federal authorities to investigate parents. Enjoy the show! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

HR Tea
Blacks in IO Psychology

HR Tea

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 24:42


Join the co-founders of Blacks in I/O, Shavonne Holman and Macy Cheeks, for a conversation about the importance of bringing diversity into industrial and organizational psychology research. Shavonne and Macy are challenging organizations, institutions, and academia to diversify their research to be more representative of the workforce of the future.

Aotearoa Rugby Pod
What the All Blacks should expect of the USA and the Kiwi take on the Wallabies squad

Aotearoa Rugby Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 64:34


The Aotearoa Rugby Pod panel of Ross Karl, Bryn Hall and James Parsons preview the All Blacks' clash against the USA Eagles, analyse the Wallabies end-of-year tour squad and discuss the latest round of New Zealand provincial rugby. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Bad Faith
Episode 114 Promo - Wish With One Hand, Shit in the Other (w/ Dr. Charisse Burden-Stelly)

Bad Faith

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 6:55


Subscribe to Bad Faith on Patreon to instantly unlock this episode and our full premium episode library: http://patreon.com/badfaithpodcast Why are folks debating whether Kamala is "Black" and is it relevant to her presidential prospects? Is Brie over-invested in Cardi B's revolutionary politics or could she be the next Paul Robeson? Is the online-left sufficiently internationalist? How does one square the belief that White Americans are too racist to vote for policies that benefit Blacks with a redistributive economic agenda -- much less Reparations? Assistant Professor of Africana Studies and Political Science at Carleton College, Dr. Charisse Burden-Stelly (Dr. CBS) weighs in on Racial Capitalism, Stacey Abrams, the "white working class," CRT, "The Squad," and more. Subscribe to Bad Faith on YouTube to access our full video library. Find Bad Faith on Twitter (@badfaithpod)and Instagram (@badfaithpod). Produced by Ben Dalton (@wbend). Theme by Nick Thorburn (@nickfromislands).

Thrift Therapy
Blacks Who Thrift: Keyana Michel

Thrift Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 66:56


This week I tell you about my most recent thrift trip finds, the problems with Anchor sponsorship due to changes since the pandemic, and I talk with Keyana Michel pronounced (Key-Yana) (Me-Shell). Key is a 29 year old resale fashion entrepreneur from Boston, Massachusetts. She runs are sale fashion media brand called Key To Fashion and the community organization Blacks Who Thrift, inspired by her Narts conference trip to Minneapolis, Minnesota in 2017. As a Black woman, what stuck with her was that "People were constantly telling me along my journey how 'Black people don't thrift' and it's something that we don't do; and I knew that wasn't true... I was so driven and motivated to create a community that looked like me, and loved thrifting just as much as I do. I was driven to create a movement." We got into that and so much more, visit www.thrifttherapypod.com for show notes on the episode and to learn more about Key and Blacks Who Thrift. PODCAST SHOW NOTES https://www.thrifttherapypod.com/podcast KEYANA'S LINKS Blacks Who Thrift (@blackswhothrift) https://www.instagram.com/p/CSpWxRXlO4V/?utm_medium=copy_link Key To Fashion Website: https://www.keytofashion.com/ Key To Fashion Instagram: (@_keytofashion) https://www.instagram.com/p/CRhhGP3Fimv/?utm_medium=copy_link Personal Instagram: (@_badgyalstyle) https://www.instagram.com/p/BuZRBCynDLt/?utm_medium=copy_link Vintage Glamour Show: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/key-to-fashion-presents-vintage-glamour-show/id1567493439 Key To Fashion YouTube Channel: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCUXUBj5_TTgMBRix39d9Q5g/videos Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/keytofashion_/ DONATE NOW : Proceeds of advertising made on this episode from 10/10/2021 to 12/30/2021 will be donated to #blacklivesmattermovement . Join the movement at https://blacklivesmatter.com/ If you want to add to the donations of the podcast to BLM, join the $10 level over on our Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/Thrifttherapy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thrifttherapy/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thrifttherapy/support

Everyday Jay Podcast
Episode 61 | The Blacks

Everyday Jay Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 86:01


Episode 61 | The Blacks by Jay Sutton

Sudds-R-Us Podcast
Sudds-R-Us Podcast S2:E33 - “Fall Season: Why Are Blacks Dying at Higher Rates From COVID-19?”

Sudds-R-Us Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 55:41


Host Ben Sudderth, Jr. & Irene Sudderth will be discussing “Fall Season: Why Are Blacks Dying at Higher Rates From COVID-19?”

BS3 Sports & Music #XSquad
Sudds-R-Us Podcast S2:E33 - “Fall Season: Why Are Blacks Dying at Higher Rates From COVID-19?”

BS3 Sports & Music #XSquad

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 55:41


Host Ben Sudderth, Jr. & Irene Sudderth will be discussing “Fall Season: Why Are Blacks Dying at Higher Rates From COVID-19?”

Black in Appalachia
Black in Appalachia: The Harlan Renaissance

Black in Appalachia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 40:20


Dr. Enkeshi El-Amin talks with the Godfather of Blacks in Appalachia, Dr. William H. Turner about his new book, "The Harlan Renaissance: Stories of Black Life in Appalachian Coal Towns." The Harlan Renaissance invites readers into what might be an unfamiliar Appalachia: one studded by large and vibrant Black communities. Difficult choices for the future were made as parents considered the unpredictable nature of Appalachia's economic realities alongside the unpredictable nature of a national movement toward civil rights.

Weekend Roundup
Weekend Roundup 10/8

Weekend Roundup

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 40:00


On the CBS News "Weekend Roundup" with host Allison Keyes; children between the ages of 5 and 11 could be getting the Pfizer Covid19 vaccine as early as next month. The company asked the FDA to authorize the emergency use of its vaccine for that age group. Dr. Ruth Kanthula, a pediatric infectious disease specialist at MedStar Health, says she is psyched! President Biden is urging private companies to require coronavirus vaccines for employees. Republican governors say they will challenge a formalized vaccine mandate. Those political tensions are spilling over into health care. In states like Idaho, CBS's Jonathan Vigliotti reports doctors are struggling. On Capitol Hill, the deadline has passed for aides of former President Trump to hand over documents to the House Committee investigating the deadly riot on January 6th. CBS's Nikole Killion reports. This summer's hot job market slowed down significantly. CBS's Bradley Blackburn has the latest. NBA fans are calling foul on a story about an alleged scam -- revealed by federal prosecutors -- to cheat the league's health plan out of millions of dollars. CBS's Nikki Battiste tells us more. In a special report for National Hispanic Heritage Month, CBS's Lisa Mateo looks at finance, and how more Latinos can get started investing in their future A new study from the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies finds that Blacks in the rural South are nearly twice as likely as whites to lack internet access. In this week's Kaleidoscope, Allison is joined by the think tank's director of technology policy, Dominique Harrison, to discuss what the gap means in terms of everything from education to health care. Tesla is the latest tech giant to announce it is moving its headquarters out of Silicon Valley. Reporter Juliette Goodrich tells us Elon's Musks' company is headed to Texas. You may want to think twice before putting a Jack-O-Lantern out this year. Reporter Kevin MacLeod tells us why. Fast food restaurants are adding plant-based meat products to their menus to cater to their vegetarian customers. CBS's Nancy Chen explains that the food revolution is powered by peas from America's heartland. Research shows nearly half of women face significant hair loss during their lifetimes. As reporter Clair Kopsky tells us, there's a place in Tennessee for those suffering with that problem. In Southern California, young great white sharks are swimming with surfers -- and scientists want to know why. CBS's Chris Evens explains. Finally, in one of Europe's largest cities, a furry commuter is making the trip to work more fun. CBS's Tina Kraus with the story.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

RNZ: Checkpoint
All Blacks' Sam Cane joins King Country Rams for a match

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 4:14


It's a rare throwback to the good old days of amateur rugby. Tomorrow afternoon in Taupō, All Blacks captain Sam Cane will team up with fencers, farmers and forestry workers when he turns out for the King Country provincial side. With his regular provincial side Bay of Plenty on a bye week, Cane was looking for a team who could take him as he returns from a long injury layoff and prepares to make his return to the international arena. As Clay Wilson explains, the team known in rugby circles as 'The Rams' were only too happy to help.

Springfield's Talk 104.1 On-Demand
Nick Reed PODCAST: 10.07 - Crime Increase In The Last 5 Years

Springfield's Talk 104.1 On-Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 39:11


Hour 1 -  Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is lashing out at Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx for citing "mutual combatants" in her decision not to press charges against those arrested in a deadly daylight neighborhood shootout between rival gangs. Residents of Chicago say  "Chicago is like Afghanistan on a good day, and that's a problem." In 2015, Michael Brown robbed a convenience store and was justifiably shot in self-defense while assaulting the police officer who attempted to confront him. An editorial piece by the Washington Examiner say that five years of anti-police activism did not save black lives. In 2015, there were 6,237 black murder victims in the United States. FBI data released Monday show that this number rose to 9,941 in 2020. That is a 59% increase in just five years. Blacks now comprise 56% of all murder victims, the highest share since 1985.

Rugby Down Under Podcast
Springboks & All Blacks Play Out BATTLE OF THE DECADE! - Ep. 11

Rugby Down Under Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 75:59


THE RUGBY CHAMPIONSHIP IS OVER, BUT WHAT AN END WE HAD! Check it out as BKRsport and The Kiwi Lads analyse and react to the weekly Rugby news around the world including the recent Water Boy Incident, Rugby Problems throughout Covid, Centralised Australia product + Argentina v Australia & South Africa v New Zealand & Americas World Cup Qualifiers game analysis... All this whilst we update the Top 30 World Rugby Rankings and discuss everything World Rugby in between!Timestamps:0:00 - Intro1:05 - What to Expect Today?3:00 - Weekly Results4:27 - World Rugby Rankings Updates13:19 - Water Boy Incident16:24 - Australian Centralised Model22:06 - Rugby Problems Throughout Covid33:13 - Bosnia & Herzegovina v Bulgaria (European Championship) Analysis36:22 - USA v Uruguay (World Cup Qualifier) Analysis40:00 - Canada v Chile (World Cup Qualifier) Analysis42:19 - Argentina v Australia (Rugby Championship) Analysis53:50 - South Africa v New Zealand (Rugby Championship) Analysis1:08:45 - Team of the Week1:10:34 - Player of the Week1:13:12 - What Will BKRsport and The Kiwi Lads be Streaming this week?

Aotearoa Rugby Pod
How the Springboks defeated the All Blacks and the top performers of the Rugby Championship

Aotearoa Rugby Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 63:00


The Aotearoa Rugby Pod panel of Ross Karl, Bryn Hall and James Parsons analyse how the Springboks managed to beat the All Blacks, review the 2021 Rugby Championship, and look ahead to the end-of-year internationals. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

ASCO eLearning Weekly Podcasts
Oncology, Etc. - In Conversation with Dr. Otis Brawley (Part 2)

ASCO eLearning Weekly Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 19:40


In the second edition of this two-part Oncology, Etc. episode, hosts Dr. Patrick Loehrer (Indiana University) and Dr. David Johnson (University of Texas) continue their conversation with Dr. Otis Brawley, a distinguished professor of Oncology at Johns Hopkins and former Executive Vice President of the American Cancer Society. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts | Additional resources: elearning.asco.org | Contact Us Air Date: 10/5/2021   TRANSCRIPT [MUSIC PLAYING] SPEAKER: The purpose of this podcast is to educate and inform. This is not a substitute for medical care and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or treatment of individual conditions. Guests on this podcast express their own opinions, experience, and conclusions. The mention of any product, service, organization, activity, or therapy should not be construed as an ASCO endorsement. [MUSIC PLAYING] DAVID JOHNSON: Welcome back to Oncology, Etc, and our second segment of our conversation with Otis Brawley, professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins Medical School and the Bloomberg School of Public Health. Pat, I don't know about you, but Otis is a very impressive man, and he had a lot of really interesting things to say about his career development, family, et cetera in the first segment. This second segment, we're going to get to hear more about his time at the ACS. What were your thoughts about segment one? PATRICK LOEHRER: Well, I loved talking to Otis, and you too, Dave. Parenthetically, Otis once told me in a dinner conversation we had that he felt like Forrest Gump, and I can identify with that. Where over the field, our field of oncology over the last several decades, we've met some incredibly wonderful people, and we've been lucky to be part of the history. The three of us, I think, do have a deep sense of the historical context of oncology. This is a young field, and there's just some extraordinary people, many of them real true heroes, and Otis has his figure on the pulse of that. DAVID JOHNSON: Yeah, that's why he's been in some of the right places at the right time, and we'll hear more about that in this segment coming up now. PATRICK LOEHRER: Now Otis has had a career in many different areas, including ODAC, the NCI, the ACS, now at Hopkins. So let's hear a little bit more about Dr. Brawley's experience at the American Cancer Society and particularly with his experience with the former CEO, John Seffrin. DAVID JOHNSON: Sounds great. [MUSIC PLAYING] OTIS BRAWLEY: John and I had a wonderful run at the American Cancer Society. Got to do a lot of things. Got to testify for the Affordable Care Act. Got to do some of the science to actually argue that the Affordable Care Act would help. And I was fortunate enough to be there long enough to do some of the science to show that the Affordable Care Act is helping. DAVID JOHNSON: Yeah, I mean actually all of the things you accomplished at the ACS are truly amazing. Let me ask you, just on a personal level, what did you like most about that job, and then what did you like least about that job? [LAUGHTER] OTIS BRAWLEY: I like the fact-- there were a lot of things I liked about that job. There were a couple hundred scientists and scientific support people that you got to work with. And I used to always say, I do politics so you can do science. And what I used to like the most, every Wednesday afternoon that I was in town, I would walk around just to watch those people think. I used to joke around and say, I'm just walking around to see who came to work today. But I really enjoyed watching them work and watching them think, and that was fun. Another fun aspect of the job was people used to call and ask a little bit about the disease that they are a family member would have. And sitting down with them on the phone in those days-- we didn't have Zoom-- and talking to them through their disease. Not necessarily giving them advice on what to do in terms of treatment, but helping them understand the biology of the disease or connecting them with someone who was good in their disease. And I happen to, by the way, have sent some patients to both of you guys. That was a lot of fun. Then the other thing, of course, was the fact that you could actually influence policy and fix things. I'll never forget sitting across from Terry Branstad, then the governor of Iowa, and convincing him that the right thing to do is to raise the excise tax on tobacco in Iowa. Being able to see that you're effective and to see that you're positively influencing things. The bad side, some of the politics. I didn't necessarily like how some of the money was being raised or where they were raising money from. I think that you have to have a certain standard in terms of where you accept money. And we always had that tension with the fundraisers. But it's also true-- and I will give them a nod-- you can't do the fun things unless you raise money. So I really truly enjoyed my time at the American Cancer Society. And by the way, a shout out to Karen Knudsen, who is the CEO running the American Cancer Society now. And I'm fully committed to helping the ACS and helping Karen be successful. DAVID JOHNSON: One of the things I read-- I think I read this that you had said that one of your proudest accomplishments was revising the ACS screening guidelines. Tell us just a little bit about that. OTIS BRAWLEY: Yeah, going all the way back to the early 1990s, I started realizing that a lot of these guidelines for screening, or back then, this is before the NCCN guidelines for treatment even, that were published by various organizations, including the American Cancer Society. We're almost the equivalent of-- get the impression that in the 1960s, it would have been a smoke-filled room. But you gather a bunch of people into a room, and they come up with, this is what we should be doing. Indeed, the American Cancer Society in 1991 endorsed annual PSA screening for prostate cancer based purely on getting a group of primarily urologists into a room, and that's what they came up with. There was very little review of the science. There really was no science at that time except the science to show that PSA screening found cancer. There were no studies to show that led to men benefiting in that they didn't die. Indeed, in 1991, there was no study to show that treatment of early prostate cancer saved lives. The study to show treatment of prostate cancer saves lives was first published in 2003, and the radiation saves lives in 1997, 1998. Surgery saves lives in 2003 and screening has a small effect published in 2009. But they started recommending it in 1991 in this almost smoke-filled room kind of atmosphere. When I got to the American Cancer Society, I started an effort, and we involved people from the National Academy of Medicine, we involved people from the NCCN, from the American Urological Association, the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American College of Physicians. And we got together in that almost smoke-filled room again, but the idea was, how do you make responsible guidelines? And we wrote that up into a paper guide widely accepted by all of the organizations, and it involves a review of the literature that is commissioned by someone. And they spend a long time reviewing the literature and writing a literature review. And then you have a group of experts from various fields to include epidemiology and screening, social work, someone who's had the disease. Not just the surgeons and medical oncologists who treat the disease but some population scientists as well. They sit down and they reveal all of the scientific data, and then they start coming up with, we recommend this. And then they rank how strong that recommendation is based on the data. We published this in 2013 in The Journal of the American Medical Association. I do think that was important, you're right. That's Otis trying to bring his policy and his belief in orthodox approach to science and bring it all together. PATRICK LOEHRER: So let me reflect a little bit more on something. There is a book that I also just recently read by Dax-Devlon Ross, and it's a book entitled, Letters to my White Male Friends, and it was a fascinating read to me. You have this public persona and professional persona of being an outstanding physician, clinician, public speaker. But what we the three of us have never really had the conversation today is we have much more interest now in DEI. One of our other speakers talked about the fact that there's a tax that is placed upon underrepresented minorities and academics. They are all expected to be on committees. They have to be doing different things. And so the things that they love to do, they can't do it because they have to represent their race or their gender or their ethnicity. OTIS BRAWLEY: I have been blessed and fortunate. There are problems, and there are huge burdens that Black doctors, and women doctors by the way, have to carry. I have been fortunate that I have skated through without a lot of that burden. Maybe it has to do with oncology, but I will tell you that I have been helped by so many doctors, men and women, predominantly white, but some Asian, Muslim, Jewish, Christian. I don't know if it's oncology is selective of people who want to give folks a fair shake and really believe in mentoring and finding a protege and promoting their career. I have been incredibly, incredibly fortunate. Now that I say that, there are doctors, minority doctors and women, who don't have the benefits and don't have the fortunes that I have had, and we all have to be careful for that. As I said early on, John Altman told me that I will thank him by getting more Blacks and women into the old boys club. And so that was his realizing that there is a-- or there was a problem. I think there still is a problem in terms of diversity. Now I have seen personally some of the problem more outside of oncology in some of the other specialties. More in internal medicine and surgery, for example. By the way, there are also some benefit. I did well in medical school in third and fourth year in medical school at the University of Chicago because there were a group of Black nurses who were held that I wasn't going to fail. The nurses took me under their wing and taught me how to draw blood, how to pass a swan. The first code I ever called, there was a nurse standing behind me with the check off list. And so there are some advantages to being Black as well. But there are some disadvantages. I've been very fortunate. My advice to Black physicians is to keep an open mind and seek out the folks in medicine who truly do want to help you and truly do want to mentor you. And for the folks who are not minority or not women in medicine, I say, try to keep an open mind and try to help everybody equally. PATRICK LOEHRER: Thank you. DAVID JOHNSON: I want to go back to your book for a moment. And again, for those who've not read it, I would encourage them to do. So it's a really honest book, I think, well-written. You made a comment in there-- I want to make sure I quote it near correctly. You said that improvement in our health care system must be a bottom up process. What do you mean by "bottom up?" OTIS BRAWLEY: Well, much of it is driven by demand from patients and other folks. The name of the book was, How We Do Harm. And the synopsis is there are bunch of people who are harmed because they don't get the care that they need. And there's a bunch of people who are harmed because they get too much medicine and too much care. And they rob those resources away from the folks who don't get care at the same time that they're harmed by being overtreated, getting treatments that they don't need. The other thing, if I can add, in American health care, we don't stress risk reduction enough. I used to call it "prevention." Some of the survivors convince me to stress "activities to reduce risk of disease." We don't do a lot in this country in terms of diet and exercise. We try to do some work somewhat successfully on tobacco avoidance. We need to teach people how to be healthy. And if I were czar of medicine in the United States, I would try to make sure that everybody had a health coach. Many of us go to the gym and we have a trainer. We need trainers to teach us how to be healthy and how to do the right things to stay healthy. That's part of the bottom up. And in terms of costs you know my last paper that I published from the American Cancer Society, I published purposefully, this is my last paper. Ahmedin Jemal who's a wonderful epidemiologist who I happen to have worked with when I was at the National Cancer Institute and again later in my career at the American Cancer Society, I pushed Ahmedin-- he publishes these papers, and we estimate x number of people are going to be diagnosed with breast cancer and y number are going to die. He and I had talked for a long time about how college education reduces risk of cancer death dramatically. If you give a college education to a Black man, his risk of death from cancer goes down to less than the average risk for a white American. There's something about giving people college education that prevents cancer death. I simply challenged Ahmedin, calculate for me how many people in the United States would die if everybody had the risk of death of college-educated Americans. And he came back with of the 600,000 people who die in any given year, 132,000 would not die if they had all the things from prevention through screening, diagnosis, and treatment that college-educated people. Just think about that-- 132,000. Then I started trying to figure out what drug prevents 132,000 deaths per year? And I couldn't think of one until recently, and it happens to be the coronavirus vaccine. Which ironically has shown itself to be the greatest drug ever created in all of medicine. But in cancer, there's no breakthrough drug that is more effective than just simply getting every human being the care from risk reduction and prevention all the way through treatment that every human being ought to be getting. The solution to some of that starts with fixing third grade and teaching kids about exercise, about proper diet. PATRICK LOEHRER: We're going to have to wind things up here. But real quickly, a book you would recommend? OTIS BRAWLEY: Skip Trump, who's someone that we all know, wonderful guy used to run Roswell Park Cancer Center, just published a book actually it's coming out in September called, Centers of the Cancer Universe, A Half Century of Progress Against Cancer. I got a preprint of that, and it is a great book. It talks about what we've learned in oncology over the last 50 years since Richard Nixon signed the National Cancer Act. Keep in mind, he declared war on cancer on December 23, 1971. So we have an anniversary coming up in December. PATRICK LOEHRER: I want to close. Another book, I read the autobiography of Frederick Douglass. It's a wonderful read. It really is good. There were some endorsements at the end of this book, and one of them was written by a Benjamin Brawley, who wrote this review in a book called, The Negro in Literature and Art in 1921. And Benjamin Brawley was writing this about Frederick Douglass, but I would like to have you just reflect a moment. I think he was writing it about you, and I'm just going to read this. He basically said, at the time of his death in 1895, Douglass had won for himself a place of unique distinction. Large of heart and of mind, he was interested in every forward movement for his people, but his charity embraced all men in all races. His mutation was international, and today, many of his speeches are found to be the standard works of oratory. I think if your great, great grandfather were here today, he would be so incredibly proud of his protege, Otis. And it's such a privilege and pleasure to have you join us today on Oncology, Etc. Thank you so much. OTIS BRAWLEY: Thank you. And thank both of you for all the help you've given me over the years DAVID JOHNSON: Great pleasure having you today, Otis. I want to also thank all of our listeners for tuning in to Oncology, Etc. This is an ASCO educational podcast. We really are here to talk about anything and everything. So we're looking for ideas. Please, if you have any suggestions, feel free to email us at education@ASCO.org. Thanks again, and remember, Pat has a face for podcasts. [MUSIC PLAYING] SPEAKER: Thank you for listening to this week's episode of the ASCO e-learning weekly podcasts. To make us part of your weekly routine, click Subscribe. Let us know what you think by leaving a review. For more information, visit the comprehensive e-learning center at elearning.asco.org.

Black Talk Radio Network
Conversation Reparations – How Should Reparations be Used for Education?

Black Talk Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 62:23


Many Descendants of Afrikans enslaved in the US agree that education is a fundamental part of any reparations demand. We will explore why education is so important to reparations and specific ways education can be addressed thru reparations. Special Guest - Yaa Asantewaa Nzingha is an award-winning activist, lecturer, educator, and actress. She is a contributing author to the Essence Magazine Bestseller, Should America Pay? Slavery and the Raging Debate on Reparations and The Osiris Papers. Yaa Asantewaa is widely known for using her teaching and theater experience to raise academics, self-esteem, and consciousness in Black youth. She also received the prestigious Audelco Lead Actress Award. Yaa Asantewaa is the recipient of numerous awards from community and national organizations for her activist work and instructional techniques. In June of 2019, the State of New York presented her with a Proclamation acknowledging her Outstanding Educational Leadership. She is a graduate of Central State University and studied at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, and Columbia University. After graduating, she began teaching and counseling urban students. She was affected and drawn to those whom many call “troubled youth”.   Her impact on her students was profound. Raising their test scores and self-esteem to record highs led to her appointment as a professor at Medgar Evers College where she taught, trained, and counseled educators on how to effectively teach Black youth.  Presently, Yaa Asantewaa Nzingha's attention is focused on working for the release of US-held political prisoners, many of who have been incarcerated for over 30/40 years for fighting for the liberation of Black people. She also actively works to seek reparations for Black people who have suffered injustices and injuries in America.   N'COBRA, The National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America is an organization based out of Washington, DC, that seeks full repair for the descendants of former victims of slavery in the United States based on the United Nations's five forms of Reparations. Visit N'COBRA online. On Twitter @NCOBRA40 

crunch
À un mois des All Blacks

crunch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 30:30


Le 20 novembre, l'équipe de France accueille la Nouvelle-Zélande au Stade de France. Elle aura affronté l'Argentine et la Géorgie avant ça : comment prépare-t-elle cette tournée d'automne ? C'est un match pour briller, faire un exploit et confirmer les nouvelles attentes. L'équipe de France a repris des couleurs depuis un moment et, dans le sillage de sa bonne tournée estivale en Australie, veut capitaliser. L'objectif d'un titre est dans toutes les têtes et un beau match face à la Nouvelle-Zélande déclencherait une chouette dynamique avec le prochain Tournoi des Six Nations. Comment le staff s'attend à cet événement ? Sans ses joueurs majeurs (Dupont, Ntamack, Jalibert, Ollivon…), l'équipe de France avait brillé en Australie. Ce fut autant une bonne surprise que la preuve définitive que le réservoir est conséquent, mais aussi un tas de questionnements pour la suite. Y a-t-il des surprises à intégrer au XV de départ ? Faut-il faire évoluer le “jeu de dépossession” ? Animé et réalisé par Antoine Bourlon, avec Alex Bardot, Renaud Bourel et Laurent Campistron.

Mayo Clinic Q&A
Treating and preventing liver cancer

Mayo Clinic Q&A

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 17:10


While still relatively rare, the rate of primary liver cancer has been increasing in recent decades, disproportionately affecting minority populations. "Research has shown that Blacks and Hispanics are less likely to be diagnosed with liver cancer at an earlier stage, compared to whites," says Dr. Sumera Ilyas, a Mayo Clinic gastroenterologist. "And that, in turn, means the odds of being eligible for potentially curative treatments are lower for these patients."These disparities are due to many potential reasons."These differences in diagnosis may be due to differences in access to primary or subspecialty health care. They may also be due to differences in surveillance," explains Dr. Ilyas. The National Cancer Institute estimates that more than 42,000 new cases of liver cancer will be diagnosed in 2021, representing 2.2% of all new cancer cases in the U.S. The most common type of primary liver cancer is hepatocellular carcinoma. Other types of liver cancer, such as intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma and hepatoblastoma, are much less common. "The vast majority of liver cancers — over 90% — occur in patients who have a chronic liver disease," says Dr. Ilyas. "Cirrhosis, or advanced scarring of the liver, is the strongest risk factor for hepatocellular carcinoma."Chronic infection with the hepatitis B or hepatitis C viruses also increases your risk of liver cancer.A wide range of treatment options for primary liver cancer are available. Which treatment is used depends on the stage of the disease. On the Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast, Dr. Ilyas discusses liver cancer diagnoses and treatment options, and the importance of prevention.

RNZ: Checkpoint
All Blacks win two MIQ spots, but wanted more

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 0:54


The All Blacks secured two spots in the latest MIQ lottery, but wanted more. Locks Scott Barrett and Patrick Tuipulotu will return to New Zealand from Australia for family reasons. The rest of the squad have this week off in Australia before preparing to head north for games against USA, Wales, Italy, Ireland and France.

Reimagining Black Relations
#49 What is your Dream?

Reimagining Black Relations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 22:37


Ja'Net Adams, CEO of EMACK understood the power of financial freedom as a means of bridging the wealth gap. She believes you can have whatever you want, as long as you are still breathing, emphasizing the power of money, the power of social media, and the power of saying "no"."I see... what would I have like to have done differently? Probably would have learned more about my culture, even more than I did growing up because I was just all over the place... you need to know where you've come from...."  - Ja'Net Adams

Weekend Roundup
Weekend Roundup 10/1

Weekend Roundup

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 40:00


On the CBS News Weekend Roundup with host Allison Keyes, there's a new oral medication to fight Covid-19. It's developer, Merck, says it can cut the risk of death or hospitalizations in half. CBS News Medical Contributor Dr. David Agus spoke with CBS Mornings. This comes as Montana deals with record coronavirus cases. CBS's Meg Oliver reports. In facilities in Kansas, patients are balking at Covid treatments. Reporter Shawn Loging tells us more. In Los Angeles, some indoor businesses may require customers to show proof of vaccination. Reporter Lesley Martin has the latest. Late Thursday, lawmakers voted to fund the federal government through December, avoiding a government shutdown. Some observers compared the back and forth on Capitol Hill to a political television drama. CBS's Debra Alfarone has the latest. After a week where President Biden's agenda was stalled by infighting among Democratic lawmakers, his popularity is taking a hit. CBS News White House Correspondent Steven Portnoy joins Allison to explain. Starting Friday, a new plan could mean more problems for mail deliveries. The Postmaster General is slowing down some deliveries and raising prices. Errol Barnett reports critics warn this will cause serious damage. In a special report for National Hispanic Heritage Month, CBS's Lisa Mateo takes a look at what is holding Latinas back in the workforce. Earlier this week, disgraced R&B superstar R. Kelly was convicted on charges including sex trafficking and racketeering. As CBS's Jericka Duncan reports, he faces more charges in two other states and may face life in prison. Meanwhile, a victory for Britney Spears, as her father, Jamie Spears, is suspended as her conservator. CBS's Laura Podesta reports that this could affect others under conservatorships in California. In this week's Kaleidoscope, Allison is joined by Paul Gardullo, Smithsonian historian and curator of the National Museum of African American History. He talks about the museums exhibition , "Make Good the Promises," which looks back at the Reconstruction era, the period after the Civil War, and what happened with Blacks and their quest for freedom. Gardullo explains that the battle for things like voting rights remain an issue today Are you having trouble lining up vet appointments for your Covid-19 era canine or feline? You're not alone. Allison hears from Mark Cushing, the founder and CEO of the Animal Policy Group, about the vet shortage in the nation. Finally a big celebration at the most magical place on Earth. CBS's Peter King has some history on the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The San Francisco Experience
U.S. white male life expectancy drops 2.2 years in 2020 and 2021.; 3 plus years for blacks and latinos. Why ?

The San Francisco Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 9:26


Covid 19 fueled a 2.2 year decrease in US white male life expectancy and over 3 years for black and latino men. That was the largest drop in 75 years. While other Western European countries saw a drop also, the US decline was the largest. Why ? In today's podcast we will explore the treasons. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/james-herlihy/message

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham
The Springboks vs The All Blacks: What are the chances?

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 7:33


Guest: Gavin Rich | Senior Rugby Journalist  The Springboks are craving victory in The Rugby Championship against the All Blacks on Saturday in order to avoid suffering four straight defeats for the first time since 2016. Sports Journalist Gavin Rich will assess the team's prospects.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Broke-ish
Ain't None of Us Free Until We All Free - The Remix: Haiti and Black America

Broke-ish

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 69:10


On this episode, Amber and Erika are joined by Haitian native, Dieula Previlon, to discuss both the beautiful history and present-day environmental and political crises in Haiti. Dieula, who is a trauma counselor, ordained minister, and non-profit executive, offers us unique insight into both the factual occurrences and the real impacts on the hearts and bodies of people living and surviving through it. We start by recounting the courageous history of Haiti's founding, which is rooted in a successful revolt by enslaved Africans against the French colonialists. Then we look at the ways that historical racism, unjust capitalism, and settler colonialism have left the island nation broken and impoverished. Properly contextualizing the present-day struggles against the backdrop of racist colonial conquest and America's insidious political interference is a sobering reminder of the universality of the struggle facing Blacks throughout the diaspora. Tune in to listen and learn!

RNZ: Morning Report
All Blacks determined to end Rugby Championship unbeaten

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 3:09


The All Blacks have already wrapped up the Rugby Championship title, but they're determined to end the competition unbeaten by winning tomorrow night's test against South Africa on the Gold Coast. It will again be a clash of contrasting styles with the Springboks vowing to stick to their defence and kick orientated approach, despite copping plenty of criticism for the "boring" brand of rugby. Rugby reporter Joe Porter has more.

The David Pakman Show
9/29/21: GOP Votes For Shutdown, Unvaxxed Getting Fired

The David Pakman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 58:42


--On the Show: --Republicans vote for a government shutdown and for the US to default on its debt in the latest pathetic display of partisanship led by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell --175 hospital workers have been fired in North Carolina for refusing to get vaccinated, and various health systems are having to do the same thing --Fox News propagandist Tucker Carlson says that people are being "forced" to get fake vaccination cards during a deranged segment on his program --Fox News panelist Jessica Tarlov crushes Jesse Watters and Dan Bongino, who try to spread disinformation about crime in the United States --Donald Trump reportedly skipped receiving anesthesia during a colonoscopy in order to prevent Mike Pence from temporarily assuming the power of the Presidency, according to the new book "I'll Take Your Questions Now" by Stephanie Grisham --Donald Trump reportedly told Russian President Vladimir Putin that he had to pretend to be more tough on him in public, according to the new book "I'll Take Your Questions Now" by Stephanie Grisham --Republican Texas Governor Greg Abbott is now completely underwater with 51% of voters saying they would not vote to re-elect him --Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz has hired a bevy of lawyers who specialized in defending sex crimes, signaling potential trouble upcoming for him --Voicemail caller asks whether the "Blacks for Trump" group that is prominent at Trump rallies is actually a real group --On the Bonus Show: NBA anti-vaxxers trying to push league around, mail delivery about to get permanently slower, NYC can proceed with vaccinate mandate, much more...

Rugby Wrap Up
USA Rugby Head Coach Gary Gold Pt 1: RWC Qualifiers, Facing All Blacks, Social Media, Pressure Rugby

Rugby Wrap Up

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 19:18


NEW YORK, NY - With the match vs Ireland no longer on the docket, USA Rugby Men's XV Coach Gary Gold talks about his team's battle to qualify for the Rugby World Cup, facing the All Blacks in Washington, D.C. In Part 1 of this two-part interview Coach Gold and Matt McCarthy also discuss: -RWC Hopes -Facing All Blacks -Pressure Rugby -Social Media Storm -Importance of AJ MacGinty -Upcoming matches against Uruguay Watch... Listen/Download the Podcast version... Please share and join our weekly newsletter: http://rugbywrapup.com/weekly-updates/ And don't miss our big interview with England Legend Chris Robshaw, who is now with the San Diego Legion. All Segments: rugbywrapup.com/category/videos/ Find All Here: -Web: http://www.RugbyWrapUp.com -Twitter: https://twitter.com/RugbyWrapUp @RugbyWrapUp, @Matt_McCarthy00, @JonnyLewisFilms, @Junoir Blaber, @JWB_RWU, @Luke Bienstock, @Ronan Nelson, @MeetTheMatts, @Declan Yeats. -Face Book: https://www.facebook.com/RugbyWrapUp -Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/RugbyWrapUp -YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/RugbyWrapUp -Apple PodCasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/rugby-wrap-up/id1253199236?mt=2 #USARugby #MajorLeagueRugby #RugbyWrapUp #OldGlory #RugbyATL #MLR2020 #SixNations #WorldRugby #SuperRugby #Top14 #PremiershipRugby #Pro14

NTEB BIBLE RADIO: Rightly Dividing
NTEB PROPHECY NEWS PODCAST: Black Lives Matter Says That Joe Biden's Vaccine Mandate Targets Blacks, And Guess What? They're Right.

NTEB BIBLE RADIO: Rightly Dividing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 92:08


On this episode of the NTEB Prophecy News Podcast, we have uncovered video proving that the Biden vaccine mandate, as well as the Bill De Blasio 'Key To NYC' unfairly and directly targets black people and people of color. Blacks in America are still hurting from the infamous Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male conducted between 1932 and 1972, which is nothing less than a page taken from the Nazi handbook. In that study, black men were targeted, lied to, and then were made to die from syphilis while white doctors stood by and 'took notes'. Here is 2021 the same thing is happening again, but ironically, it's happening this time with the full approval from a sitting black vice president of the United States, Kamala Harris. Today on the Prophecy News, we show you not only how Biden's vaccine mandate targets blacks, but we go deeper and show you this has nothing to do with science and everything to do with politics, mind control and the New World Order. For years, we here at NTEB have written to expose the Marxist agenda of the Black Lives Matter Movement in great detail, shown you their riots causing billions of dollars in damage, the people who were murdered at the protests, and the voodoo religion at the base of it all. So imagine my shock and surprise when today I am actually going to agree with BLM about something that is not only true, it is as evil as anything perpetrated by the Nazis. Does Joe Biden's COVID-19 vaccine mandate target black people? It absolutely does.

Black, Married & Debt Free
(EP - 114) COLLEGE IS MAKING THE WEALTH GAP LARGER FOR BLACKS | THE STATS DON'T LIE

Black, Married & Debt Free

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 35:50


COLLEGE IS MAKING THE WEALTH GAP LARGER FOR BLACKS | THE STATS DON'T LIE --> SUPPORT THE PODCAST --> Debt Free Masterclass --> Black Owned Apparel --> WSJ Article --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blackmarrieddebtfree/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blackmarrieddebtfree/support

Black, Married & Debt Free
(EP - 114 NO MUSIC) COLLEGE IS MAKING THE WEALTH GAP LARGER FOR BLACKS | THE STATS DON'T LIE

Black, Married & Debt Free

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 35:50


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OLF Podcast
Ep. 224 "Reality Check" feat: Reality Childs

OLF Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 137:32


On this episode of the OLF podcast, the bros welcomed hip hop artist Reality Childs (@realitychilds). Todays topics included Blacks understanding politics, what your pet peeves are, crying being a strength or weakness and much more.

Everyday Conversations on Race for Everyday People
Episode 83: Changing American Companies from the Top Down,

Everyday Conversations on Race for Everyday People

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 58:05


In this conversation on race, journalist Tony Chapelle joins me to talk about getting more women and people of color on corporate boards. Tony Chapelle, has recently retired after 36 years, as a business news reporter and producer. In his career, he has interviewed CEOs and corporate executives, and  moderated panel discussions with corporate board directors of Fortune 1000 companies. Tony, has been interviewed more than 60 times for his insights on African Americans in business by the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, CNN, CNBC, Fox Business channel. As an African American and as a journalist, Tony has been involved with efforts to bring more people of color on corporate boards which have been overwhelmingly white. “African Americans, other racial minorities, and white people of goodwill have tried almost every tactic known to man to effect racial justice in this country. In the more than 100-year evolution of the fight for equal opportunity, one of the most intractable excuses that we hear in the workplace is that a particular corporation would love to hire more Black folks, “If only we could find those who are qualified.” On its surface, this seems to be a plausible rationale for not having people of color in the corporate workforce. But highly-qualified Blacks, Latinos, and Asians are out there in great numbers including those who could sit on the boards of directors at companies where they could make the great decisions and changes that would alter corporations from the top down. “ Key topics: • How corporate boards run corporations, and influence decisions made by organizations and governments that impact our everyday lives • How companies can decide whether they're going to be good citizens, whether they're going to be profiteers, or whether they're going to just do as little as possible to be viewed as doing the right thing • The isolation of being the only Black person on national news networks and having to deal with constant racism • Why Tony Chapelle founded a newsletter for Black people on wall street • Why it's critical to this country and the world to get more people of color, women, and LGBTQ people on corporate boards • How climate change activists have gotten people on corporate boards • How and why created a directory of people of color, women, and LGBTQ people who are highly qualified to sit on corporate boards • Disproving the fallacy that there are not enough qualified POC, women, and LGBTQ to sit on boards • Which corporate leaders are bringing people POC, women, and LGBTQ to their corporate boards   Bio Tony Chapelle recently retired after 36 years as a business news reporter and producer. For the past 20 years, he has interviewed CEOs and corporate executives, and has moderated panel discussions with corporate board directors at Fortune 1,000 companies. Chapelle has been interviewed more than 60 times for his insights on African Americans in business by The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, CNN, CNBC, Fox Business Channel, and a host of other news agencies. He worked his entire career in New York as a staffer at the Financial Times publication Agenda, CNN, Thomson Financial, and Johnson Publishing. In addition, he freelanced  and he and his wife published a newsletter called Securities Pro for blacks on Wall Street. He also was the national editor for Jesse Jackson's newsletter for his Wall Street Project, which aimed to get corporate America to collaborate with Black companies. Chapelle graduated from the Columbia University School of Journalism in 1984.

Turley Talks
Ep. 657 Dem CIVIL WAR! BLM REVOLTS Against ‘RACIST' Vax Mandates!!!

Turley Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 13:48


Highlights: “What happens when the Democrats' attempt to vilify and shame and scorn anti-vaxxers actually end up colliding with their most honored and revered and celebrated cause which of course is Black Lives Matter? What can you say, civil war?” “Our nation is racially charged right now that nothing can stop BLM chapter leaders from accusing restaurants, like the one in Manhattan, of using their vax mandates as an excuse to discriminate against Blacks.”“Vax mandates are now being used to enforce systemic racism.”“We predicted here on this channel that Biden's vax mandate would indeed risk splitting apart the Democrat Party. And that's precisely what we appear to be seeing here. We're seeing nothing less than the far-lefts most cherished and revered movement BLM rising up against their most uncompromising and non-negotiable policy and that of course, is vax mandate.”Timestamps:[02:06] How the BLM outrage on vax mandates started [04:30] The latest BLM protest to cancel the restaurant in Manhattan[06:14] Why this latest BLM uprising threatens to unravel and destroy the Democrat PartyResources:Ep. 639 Americans REVOLT against Biden's Vaccine TYRANNY!!!Join me in Jacksonville, FL, with Donald Trump Jr!!! This is going to be our biggest event EVER!!! So make sure to click on the link RIGHT NOW: https://conferences.turleytalks.com/aftGet Your Brand-New PATRIOT T-Shirts and Merch Here: https://store.turleytalks.com/Become a Turley Talks Insiders Club Member and get the first 7 days FREE!!: https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com/welcomeFight Back Against Big Tech Censorship! Sign-up here to discover Dr. Steve's different social media options …. but without the censorship! https://www.turleytalks.com/en/alternative-media.com Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review.Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture!If you would like to get lots of articles on conservative trends make sure to sign-up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts. 

The Carl Nelson Show
Guests Neely Fuller & Zaki Baruti l The Carl Nelson Show

The Carl Nelson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 147:51


Brother Neely will explain why Blacks need to have a code and how to spot when others stick to their code when it comes to us. Before Brother Neely, the head of the Universal Afrikan Peoples Organization, Zaki Baruti will discuss the no-knock warrants & Qualified Immunity for cops. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb
#55 Sir John Kirwan Speaks On Playing for the All Blacks & Managing His Mental Illness

It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 52:41


Today I am speaking with Sir John Kirwan, a kiwi legend from New Zealand. He played 96 games and 63 test matches for arguably the best sports team ever, in the the All Blacks from 1984 to 1994. He was also part of the 1987 Rugby World Cup Team. JK and I discuss the mental healthstruggles he experienced throughout his career and his near suicide attemptwhile he was on tour playing for the All Blacks. He battled himself internallywith the stigma surrounding mental health and seeking help. He put himselfunder so much pressure to perform, ignored his anxiety, and felt impostersyndrome throughout his career. We talk about his recovery and his daily mentalhealth care plan that has transformed his life for the better.Topics we cover and where to find them:[0:00]: Intro[3:40]: How Sir John Kirwan (JK) was knighted[5:52]: Early life[7:54]: Highlights of rugby career[9:15]: Rugby significantlyimpacted self worth and mental health[10:25]: Dealing with anxiety[14:11]: Stigma of depression and anxiety[15:08]: JK's teammate saved his life[17:00]: Seeking help[20:00]: Developing a daily mental health plan[23:45]: Tools for dealing with anxiety[25:37]: Learning how to meditate[29:24]: Further development of daily mental health plan[32:28]: Founding Mentemia[36:06]: Example of how Mentemia works for a workplace[38:15]: Founding the foundation ‘Mitey'[41:19]: Biggest lesson in life[44:51]: Handling imposter syndrome[46:15]: Get support and help[48:34]: Failure doesn't exist[48:55]: Most grateful for loveLike this show? Please leave us a review here - All comments and reviews help us spread mental health awareness. Post a screenshot of you listening on Instagram & tag @livinorg @samwebb so we can thank you personally.Episode Resources:Sir John Kirwan | InstagramMentemiaWhy Zebras don't get ulcersJoin us at our Facebook Group to continue the conversation and to connect with our community to share stories, access mental health tools and strategies, and to learn more about positive mental health because #itaintweaktospeak.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn Shop Our Apparel to support the cause and start a conversation that could save a life.Book a program in your school or workplace.Donate to support the mission and help us spread the message.