We all watched the show, but what was the experience really like? Love is Blind' season 1 cast member and health coach, Kelly Chase, is back Natasha Chandel and shares secrets from behind-the-scenes of the hit reality show. She talks about the role attraction plays in the success of the couples, and shares what she really thinks of Shake from season 2. What was the secret behind the couples that got married? Kelly also discusses what she learned about herself, and the takeaways we can all apply to our dating lives now. And she answers the all-important question… is love really blind? All this in a brand new episode of Kinda Dating! Kinda Dating is part of the Frolic Podcast Network. You can find more outstanding podcasts to subscribe to at Frolic.media/podcasts! GET EXCLUSIVE KINDA DATING MERCH HERE: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/kinda-dating?ref_id=15658 Email us your thoughts at email@example.com Follow Kinda Dating: www.instagram.com/kindadating www.facebook.com/kindadating www.twitter.com/kindadating Follow Kelly Chase: https://www.instagram.com/chaselifewithkelly/ https://www.facebook.com/kelly.chase.161 https://twitter.com/chaselifewkelly https://www.tiktok.com/@iamkellychase https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQsbVSXaApVjBOS8XU_fQLZYE-Kd0U2xU Follow Natasha Chandel: https://firstname.lastname@example.org www.instagram.com/natashachandel www.facebook.com/natashachandelofficial www.twitter.com/natashachandelofficial Follow Aisha Holden: www.instagram.com/aishasaysdance www.facebook.com/aishasaysdance www.twitter.com/aishasaysdance Follow Adam Pineless: https://www.instagram.com/adampineless Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Braille Screen Input, or BSI, is a great choice for those who like that approach on a touch sensitive glass screen. But there is now more than one way to input a cord these days andFreek van Welsenis, Co-Founder of Hable, offers to J.J. another alternative for smartphone navigation. The lightweight Hable is a Bluetooth enabled input device for Android and iOS that has been sweeping its way across the EU. And now it sets its sights on a U.S. launch. To learn more about the device, visit the official Hable website Blind Bargains Virtual Exhibit Hall coverage is Brought to you by AFB AccessWorld. For the latest news and accessibility information on mainstream and access technology, Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Amazon offerings, access technology book reviews, and mobile apps, and how they can enhance entertainment, education and employment, log on to AccessWorld, the American Foundation for the Blind's free, monthly, online technology magazine. Visit https://www.afb.org/aw
Anthony Ferraro, Dan Mancina & special guest Lukas Simianer kick off episode 22 of the Four Bad Eyes Podcast. Tune in to hear Dan, Anthony, and Lukas discuss so much! Special guest Lukas CEO cofounder of Clusiv, The first e-learning platform designed by and for the visually impaired shares his experience creating and launching Clusiv.More About Lukas Simianer CEO of Clusiv ► https://clusiv.io/ More about Anthony Ferraro ► https://www.asfvision.comMore about Dan Mancina ► https://www.keeppushinginc.comMore about Four Bad Eyes Podcast ► https://www.fourbadeyes.com Donate to Keep Pushing Adaptive Skatepark ► https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/f1zZbe SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZrlpwAc7W68j68iP0dQraA ADD US ON:INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/fourbadeyesTIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@fourbadeyesDan on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/danthemancina/Anthony on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/asfvisionKeep Pushing Inc was founded by Dan Mancina, an accomplished skateboarder who happens to be blind. Dan also holds a Master's degree in Vision Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT), which helps to teach adaptive life skills to those dealing with vision loss. Keep Pushing is a non-profit that combines Dan's two passions by introducing the blind/visually impaired (VI) community to the inclusive culture of skateboarding. Through his own journey with vision loss, Dan has found the lack of accessibility in current skateparks.The goal of his foundation is to build the first fully adaptive skatepark and to host skateboard workshops for the blind and VI using what he has learned on the skateboard and through his VRT training. Dan has teamed up with an experienced skatepark design company, New Line. Using New Line's design expertise and Dan's knowledge of adaptive skating to create the safest and most accessible skate park ever!Using adaptive methods, such as increasing the size of obstacles, adding contrast to obstacles, tactile ground, auditory cues for echolocation, 3-D models, and a spacious layout. Once the facility is built Dan plans to host monthly skate workshops and skateboard lessons for local youth/adults who are blind and VI, annual adaptive contests to help push for skateboarding the Paralympics, as well as use park adaptations to influence future public skateparks. Donate to Keep Pushing Adaptive Skatepark ► https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/f1zZbe 00:00 - intro01:50 - Luke shares his experience as a child with a learning disability and why he wants to help change the world for the disabled.07:30 - how Luke first raised money for Clusiv, and where the idea for the e-learning platform came from. Lukas gets into the nuts and bolts of how Clusiv works.36:25 - how to become A part of Clusiv, both as a student or as a company.42:40 - where Lukas gets his drive from.47 min 40 sec what the future holds for Zlusiv53:00 - The power of giving opportunity to a person. Podcast Intro & Outro done by Pete Gustin the Blind Surfer find out more at ► https://www.petegustin.com ***PLEASE NOTE***Four Bad Eyes is a brand new venture between two extremely devoted and talented individuals. We are pumped to keep working hard to make this unfold and grow. Please be advised that we will be exploring a wide variety of topics (some adult-themed) and our younger viewers (and their parents) should be advised that some topics will be for mature audiences only.
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Harrison Forman and Brandon Berman present a dating experience with all the intrigue of Love is Blind, but without the editing or gold chalices - UpDating. They recount the journey that inspired the live blindfolded reality dating show as it exists today, and the wildest on-stage connections and rejections to-date. We wrap with insights into our own dating lives, including their experience with clout chasers, their hypothesis on my type, Brandon's future UpDating proposal, and Harrison's recent date with a former Interstates & Heartbreak guest. For DM slides (platonic or otherwise) : @htforman For platonic DM slides ONLY : @bermmy16 For casting DM slides : @updatingshow (or apply at updatingshow.com) To make things Instagram official : @interstatesandheartbreak For dating commentary from my inner Carrie : interstatesandheartbreak.com For any questions, business inquiries, or love letters : email@example.com For a glimpse into my life when I'm not talking about dating : @lesliegnope
In this episode, Carlin evaluates an interesting rum barrel aged beer, a sour based on grilled pineapple, and a beer wine hybrid done in collaboration with Erosion Wine Company.
SwingingThunder joins Holliwood and Kleer to do a blind top 15 hardest SNES games of all time. Do you agree with the list? Which ones have you played? Thanks for listening! Please like and subscribe! Leave us a review or comment on todays podcast at www.hnkexp.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: www.facebook.com/hnkexp YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJc7YBCdAsyHZ3CDKEBNZ7w Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-319015 Thanks for Listening! Join the HnK Gaming Lounge for the latest on the HnK podcast as well as general video game talk and good people to game with. You can find this podcast on any of your favorite podcast listening app
Nick, Dylan and Pat ARE BACK for another brand spanking new episode of Another Bachelor Podcast. We talk Wooden's Triangle and how carbs are on the bottom, gasmasks, spells and Rodolfo, Clares DVD eye roll, how unbelievably difficult it is to impress Shania Twain and of course ABC's The Bachelor. Subscribe to our Patreon for FULL video episodes and recaps of Love is Blind, The Ultimatum, Flavor of Love and our hit show "PMZ"! https://patreon.com/AnotherPodcastNetwork We also cover Bravo's Below Deck every week on Another Below Deck Podcast http://bit.ly/AnotherBelowDeckPodcast_YT
We preview the 7th annual Toronto ReelAbilities Film Festival with festival manager Linda Luarasi. Later in teh programme, we talk to Alex Bulmer and Leah Cherniak, co-creators of the opening night film, Postcards from my Balcony. Our conversation explores disability representation in film and how an inclusive filmmaking practice can benefit all. This is the May 14, 2022 episode
We continue our discussion of the conditions necessary for Aristotle's best regime, reflecting on his account of the public consequences of family life. Matt Parks and David Corbin explore the ideas behind today's headlines. Opening and closing music from the beginning and end of “2020 Vision (Worse than Blind)” by Fred Lancia. Used with permission. Opening (0:53) - We discuss the graduation ceremony at King's, the arrival of spring in New York, and Geneva senior theses. Required Reading (3:59) - We reflect on chapters 16 and 17 of Book VII of Aristotle's Politics, where Aristotle discusses the public interest in marriage, family, and education, and we apply his principles concerning abortion to our contemporary debate. Links: Aristotle, The Politics. Gradebook (25:21) - We grade three ways to spend a beautiful spring day with the family. Email: DemocracyinAmericaToday@gmail.com Matt Parks is the Interim Provost and an Associate Professor of Politics at The King's College in New York City. David Corbin is Head of School at the Geneva School of Boerne, Texas. All views expressed in this podcast are those of the speaker.
Marni and Chris recap Season Two of Love is Blind. Be warned, Marni binge-watched the season and this episode contains spoilers. Shayne and Sal didn't win at love but won plenty of female followers, Shaina is custom-made for The Bachelor, and Deepti deserves more than a man-child. Key takeaways from this episode: Overcoming mistakes in relationships Acceptance and forgiveness Why do people get wasted the night before their wedding? How to be rejection-proof When You Make a Mistake in a Relationship [2:11] Marni points out that several incidents must have happened off-camera that are integral to the show and the end of the season seemed a bit disjointed because of it. There are pivotal moments when the couples who got married were able to let things go, forgive, and move on. The biggest shock was when Shayne got wasted the day before his wedding. He truly showed his warts. If you are dating someone and a huge mistake is made, you must be able to accept their apology. Natalie hears the I'm sorry but she couldn't seem to take in his love and his apology at her soul level. This may result in her building a wall and she may have a hard time opening up in the future. Shayne doesn't know how to say sorry any other way. Shayne seemed to see beyond Natalie's flaws and to love and accept her for who she was. Natalie seemed like she had an idea of who Shayne was but when she figured out she couldn't control him, she wanted out of the relationship. Shayne told her he wasn't going to change who he was. He needed her to fight for them and it takes two. Marni believes Natalie set a boundary to run if something like this ever happened. She was looking for reasons to rule Shayne out rather than in. Generally, when men are with someone like Natalie, they never feel good enough. A lot of people need to make others wrong to feel good about themselves. Sal & Mallory Breakup at the Altar [22:52] Again, something must have happened behind the scenes with Sal and Mal that we didn't get to see. Chris thinks Mallory was never as into Sal as much as she should have been. The internet disagrees with her. The ladies of the web find Sal endearing and romantic. He gave Mallory space which is refreshing. Marni reminds us that we are the common denominator in all of our relationships. It could be possible that people who offer us pure love and attention scare us because we don't know how to accept love and kindness. Some women create drama where there doesn't need to be any because they don't feel worthy of love. Shake & Deepti [29:43] Shake did not feel worthy of Deepti, and he is probably right. Even his mother told him to do Deepti a favor and break it off. He is a real jerk on the reunion show. Marni thinks he is in the process of man-volving but isn't far enough along in his journey to get over the rejection without being childish about it. Deepti deserves a better man. Make a Connection: Visit Our Website Plug Into Your Superpower Retreat — Apply at DatingwithDignity.com/pluginform Join Our Dating Den Facebook Community Here! Learn how to attract your perfect equal...watch our latest training here! Interested in working with us? Book a Breakthrough session at DWDVIP Get a Free Coaching Session with Marni on Our Podcast — Sign up Here to Be a Guest On Our Show Download a Complimentary Copy of our Book — How to Find a Quality Guy Without Going on 200 Dates
With theatres opening up again and big productions rolling into town, JJ recently got to see Cirque du Soleil live in the big tent. In hearing about it, Christine remembered a workshop the pair held a few years back, where they described circus performances with the help of tactile action figures. Today, they revisit some of that workshop material, and compare the style and aesthetic of the classic travelling circus to the aesthetic and style of Cirque du Soleil. Support the show
Heart of a Man is men's community based our Carmel, IN. We exist to deeply connect men with a brotherhood equally committed to learning, growing, walking through life together and deepening in faith. Our mission is to build men into character-driven, committed disciples of Jesus, equipped to forge healthy, life-giving relationships at home, at work, and in their communities. Today's lesson is from one of Co-Founder, Bill Moore, talking through John Chapter 9 and asking the question, "What are both the evil in my heart AND the good things around me that you want me to see, Jesus, and a currently cannot possibly see?" Please visit us at www.heartofaman.org to learn more, to contact us, to purchase merchandise, or to join us in-person for one of our many Bible studies and classes!
In this episode of the iCantCU Podcast, I talk about an email I received about voting in the upcoming Pennsylvania Primary from the acting Secretary of State of Pennsylvania. It gave all sorts of different ways to vote if you are sighted, but none if you're blind. I also talk about the final presentations from the University of the Art accessible museum projects. There is also a Business Enterprise Program update. Show notes at https://www.iCantCU.com/179 Support The iCantCU Podcast Some people have asked how they can support the podcast since I don't do Patreon. The easiest way is to use my link when you want to make a purchase at Amazon. I participate in the Amazon Associate Program and earn a small commission on qualifying purchases. It doesn't cost you anything extra on the items you purchase. Here's the link: https://www.iCantCU.com/amazon. This will take you to Amazon's homepage where you can search and buy what you want. White Canes Connect Podcast Listen to another podcast that I cohost and produce called White Canes Connect. In episode 033, we talk with Richard Rieman and Chris Snyder from Imagination Videobooks (https://imaginationvideobooks.org/). They tell us about video books for blind and visually impaired kids that not only reads the book, but also describes the pictures in it. They also tell us how they're looking to get more blind and visually impaired voice over artists doing the narration or co-narration. Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/white-canes-connect/id1592248709 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/1YDQSJqpoteGb1UMPwRSuI IHeartRadio https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-white-canes-connect-89603482/ Amazon Music https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/7dd1600d-05fa-48f3-8a8e-456e30e690bc/white-canes-connect My Podcast Gear Here is all my new gear and links to it on Amazon. I participate in the Amazon Associates Program and earn a commission on qualifying purchases. Zoom Podtrak P4: https://amzn.to/33Ymjkt Zoom ZDM Mic & Headphone Pack: https://amzn.to/33vLn2s Gator Frameworks Desk Mounted Boom Arm: https://amzn.to/3AjJuBK Shure SM58 S Mic: https://amzn.to/3JOzofg Senheiser Headset (1st 162 episodes): https://amzn.to/3fM0Hu0 Support Keystone Chapter Please make a donation to the Keystone Chapter of the National Federation Of The Blind Of Pennsylvania by going to http://www.SupportKeystoneChapter.org.. Scroll down to the text field and enter the amount you'd like to donate. Payments are handled by PayPal, but you don't need a PayPal account. You can make a donation with any credit or debit card. Thank you so much! I really appreciate it. Follow the iCantCU Podcast so you don't miss an episode! Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Amazon | Google | IHeartRadio Reach Out On Social Media Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | LinkedIn Get In Touch If you've got questions, comments, or show ideas, I want to hear from you! Call (646) 926-6350 and leave a message. Include your name and town and let me know if it is okay to use your voice on an upcoming episode. You can also email the show at iCantCUPodcast@gmail.com
This week we look at the chaos in today's world - and the solution! Ukraine, Finland, and tennis; Eurovision; the Australian election; Euthanasia in NSW; Abolishing Legal Sex; The Blind Leading the Blind; Body Integrity Identity Disorder; The Energy Crisis; Beehoven's 7th; the Rich Man's World; BLM Hypocrisy; Decolonising Mozart; Covid in North Korea; Scottish Government's Power Grab; Cardinal Joseph Zen Arrested in Hong Kong; Be Still My Soul.
We talk about bowling injuries, shirts that tell a whole story, and games with gourds. All that and more as we watch season 4, episode 15 of our favorite ‘80s hit sitcom, Perfect Strangers. Rate and review us in Apple Podcasts! Support the show! Be a part of the show! Shop for merch! Leave us a voice message! Email: email@example.com Instagram: @danceofjoypod Twitter: @danceofjoypod Facebook: facebook.com/danceofjoypod Facebook Group Visit our website Follow Balkiduds on Instagram Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | RSS Originally recorded May 8, 2022.
Your weekly dose of information that keeps you up to date on the latest developments in the field of technology designed to assist people with disabilities and special needs. Special Guest: Dr. Pooja Viswanathan – Co-Founder and CEO – Braze Mobility Website: www.brazemobility.com Stories: MIT story: https://bit.ly/3siI1ZG Bridging Apps: Website: https://bridgingapps.org/ —————————— If you have an […]
Hey there! Welcome to Accessibility Minute, your weekly look at Assistive Technology, those clever tools and devices designed to help people who have difficulties with vision, mobility, hearing, or other special needs! The American Academy of Family Physicians is saying that up to 50% of children will experience some sort of sleep challenge. Sleeping issues are especially […]
Dylan, Pat and Nick ARE BACK for another brand spanking new episode of Another Bachelor Podcast. We talk weak mgs, tuna fish, both errors and omissions, how many strands of hair Galadriel gave Gimli to demonstrate her faith in The Fellowship, Casandra's birthday and the numerous attempts from child services to get ahold of her oh and also ABC's The Bachelor! Subscribe to our Patreon for FULL video episodes and recaps of Love is Blind, The Ultimatum, Flavor of Love and our hit show "PMZ"! https://patreon.com/AnotherPodcastNetwork We also cover Bravo's Below Deck every week on Another Below Deck Podcast http://bit.ly/AnotherBelowDeckPodcast_YT
On this episode of Change Makers, we are celebrating the 11th annual Global Accessibility Awareness Day on Thursday, May 19. We'll learn about the importance of accessibility awareness and how to make your social media more accessible. After that, we'll learn how to advocate for yourself in the workplace.Podcast Guests (In Order of Appearance)Jeff Fox, NarratorSara Brown, APH Public Relations ManagerTai Tomasi, APH ABIDE DirectorAbby Pullis, APH Digital Engagement ManagerSassy Outwater-Wright, Massachusetts Association for the Blind and Visually impaired Executive DirectorAdditional LinksGlobal Accessibility Awareness DayTai TomasiMoving Toward an Accessible Future: Celebrating Global Accessibility Awareness Day (2021)Using PowerPoint with JAWSBuilding Accessible Word DocumentsAccessibility SolutionsMassachusetts Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired
For this Thirsty Thursday, Frank takes us through the taste notes of Kings County Distillery edition of Eaves Blinds. This special edition was blended by the iconic Marianne Eaves. To know more about others expression of this distillery visit KINGS COUNTY DISTILLERY To know more about the other blends that were made by Marianne visit EAVES BIND Be sure to follow Frank on her IG @bourbeyourenthusiasm Looking for a new glass to try your whiskey? Check out WHISDOM GLASS Use code TTIBP to get 10% off your first purchase. #bourbon #whiskey #rye #newyork --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hoodsom/support
Marty Solomon and Brent Billings discuss the healing of a blind man and Jesus's subsequent teaching on a different kind of blindness.Everyman's Talmud by Abraham CohenThe Prophetic Imagination by Walter BrueggemannAddendum to BEMA 80 — Marty Solomon, YouTube
Chances are you've likely heard about the new trend in parenting- gentle parenting. While it may sound permissive or ineffective, if you really look into it, it's the natural response to the inherent violence that has been culturally accepted in previous generations. In the latest episode of The Self-Love Fix Podcast I have a chance to talk with Leslie of LatinX parenting and go over: Why violence is culturally accepted in parenting The tenants of gentle parenting Respect > fear Blind obedience through fear is not helping our children learn how to process difficult emotions, and it is a breeding ground for future emotional issues and resentments. It can be hard to find other ways when we were most likely brought up by parents who never modeled apologizing for the sake of repair or connection- the emphasis was on obedience at all costs. Our parents wanted to win, no matter how it ultimately affected us as people, and our relationship with them. We don't need to be perfect all the time to raise thoughtful and compassionate children; we simply have to always try and honor the person they are becoming while understanding that when we “lose it”, it's actually a wonderful opportunity to show them accountability. If you liked this episode of the podcast, take a screenshot, head on over to my Instagram and share it on your IG stories, and tag me, @theselflovefix. If you love what you learned, be sure to hit that follow button so you never miss a future episode, and make sure to leave a review to help me reach more listeners just like you looking to follow their inner truth and live a life of abundance & authentic self-love. CONNECT WITH BEATRICE: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/theselflovefix Website: http://www.beatricekamau.com Connect with Leslie Priscilla on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/latinxparenting/ EPISODE RESOURCES: Escape the situationship cycle and become available for an actual relationship. Take accountability for what you really want with my free, transformative 5-day resource. Receive daily tips to help you attract the right kind of men. https://bold-hill-3643.ck.page/2ee1aa3101
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Blind Offer Mailer Campaign Competition in 2022 (LA 1760) Transcript: Steven Jack Butala: Steve and Jill here. Jill K DeWit: Hello. Steven Jack Butala: Welcome to the Land Academy Show, entertaining real estate investment talk. I'm Steven Jack Butala. Jill K DeWit: I'm Jill Dewitt, broadcasting from the Valley of the Sun. Steven Jack Butala: Today, jill and I talk about blind offer mailer campaign competition in 2022. Jill K DeWit: Well, I guess that's it. We're done. Just kidding. Steven Jack Butala: I'm so sorry, but you're not the only person sending mail out. It used to be like that. I used to be one of two people that sent out mailers. Jill K DeWit: That's true. I do know that. Steven Jack Butala: We used to talk to each other all the time, me and Steve Seal. Jill K DeWit: Mm-hmm. That's good. Steven Jack Butala: Before we get into it, let's take a question posted by one of our members on the LandInvestors.com online community. It's free. Steven Jack Butala: Last year, a ton of Land Academy members came to Jill and I, needing extra help getting their blind offer campaigns in the mail. Steven Jack Butala: Jill and I took a look at it. We took a look at how we personally send out mail, why it's so efficient. And we realized that we had some staff that rock at doing mailers effectively and getting them out, right to the point where then I would go in and price it. Steven Jack Butala: Well, we made that available to the public, well to Land Academy members. We're calling it Concierge Data Plus. Steven Jack Butala: It's a year later. Hundreds of members are outsourcing their entire mail process with this product. Steven Jack Butala: Whether you're brand new and you don't want to go through, it's good, it'll work for you. Or if you're five, 10 years into this and you're sick and tired of doing mailers yourself, you can outsource it. Steven Jack Butala: This is a good product for you. Check out Support@LandAcademy.com or offers the number two, owners.com. See if it's for you. Jill K DeWit: Cool. Aiden wrote, "If anyone in the group doesn't like the sales aspect of this business, we need to chat. My partner and I joined the group last summer and have been able to close approximately 65 deals since last July. Jill K DeWit: We partner with another member of the group, for the data and the mailing aspects and our team handles inbound leads, due diligence, sales, transaction coordination, acquisitions, and dispositions. We all feel like we've built a pretty decent system, and we have a great team in place. Jill K DeWit: We're currently sending out 30,000 mailers a month and have a bandwidth to handle more inbound calls, analyze more deals and get more contracts. If anyone here is potentially interested in partnering up, we're looking to do the data, mailing, preliminary due diligence and the sales aspect of business and partner up with someone who's more interested in experience in the second half of the process. I'm located in..." Do you want me to even say? Steven Jack Butala: It doesn't matter. Sure. It's okay. Jill K DeWit: "East coast state. We would like to partner with someone who is also in east coast states," although it's sprinkled around the country. So, it doesn't really matter. Steven Jack Butala: Yeah. Jill K DeWit: "And then send me a message, if you're interested." This is cool. This is clearly in Discord, probably in the Partners Wanted section in there. That's cool. Steven Jack Butala: On Monday we talked about, this is not the place to save time or money. These guys are not doing either. They're not saving time or money because it's their full-time job. So, let's do some math. Steven Jack Butala: They're sending out 30,000 mailers. That costs about $15,000 a month. Oh my God, Jack, $15,000 a month. Where there's a will, there's a way. $175,000 a year, but they did 65 deals. Jill K DeWit: Mm-hmm. Steven Jack Butala: So our average probably group-wide,
How much of your life in 2020 depended on the Internet? And if something didn't depend on the Internet, it often required reliable transportation. Now, imagine the whole world shuts down, and you have some mountain-sized barriers to both using the web and getting around town. In this episode I interview Everette Bacon, an assistive technology specialist with Utah's Division of Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired, and Sachin Pavithran, the current executive director of the US Access Board. I hope you'll listen to the end, because Sachin really threw me a plot twist. Like everyone else, blind people used websites and apps to grocery shop during the pandemic. But not all of those sites and apps were accessible--and picking those groceries up was also difficult without a car. These limitations also meant fewer shopping choices and fewer delivery slots.Some other topics: education for blind children over Zoom (the hands-on aspect disappeared during lockdown), COVID testing (much of it drive-through, which was a problem for people with disabilities who don't drive), plus COVID vaccination sign-ups, vaccination cards and other things officials and company leaders probably didn't think about when they made their COVID policies.Many of these barriers saw at least some improvement over two years. In fact, when the whole world started telecommuting, the barriers to working from home were suddenly gone. It's a privilege some had been asking for, for years: a way to go to work without the commute. Of course, you usually need accessible websites for that, as well as accessible digital documents. And those things are possible. But what about the barriers of transportation? Of access ramps and all those features that make it possible for people with disabilities to interact with their communities? Pavithran cautions that people with disabilities shouldn't give up the fight for built, accessible spaces. The Americans with Disabilities Act made accessibility a requirement, and people with disabilities who had been invisible for most of history were able to join their communities to at least some degree. If they work and shop and do everything online, will they go back underground?"There is a consequence that could pop up," he said. "Not right now, but maybe five years, 10 years from now, if that becomes the norm."Resources:WebAIM offers accessibility training. Full disclosure: like UATP, WebAIM is part of the Institute for Disability Research, Policy & Practice.WebAIM's WAVE tool allows users to scan any webpage for accessibility issues. While many accessibility features cannot be detected by an automated scan, WAVE can help users get a feel for whether the page's developer was keeping accessibility in mind.This news report is one of many showing the difficulties people with disabilities had signing up for vaccines nationwide.
Joe Langley's story is the most remarkable of all the expatriates that I know - AfricanAmerican or otherwise! His love affair with the French language began when hefound his brother's copy of Saint Exupéry's Le Petit Prince at home. He liked the"look" of the French words and loved the illustrations. These inspired him to pursueart and the French language as life-long passions. He went on to spend a year in theDordogne region as an exchange student at the age of fifteen, and a year inMontpellier in the junior-year-abroad program at Davidson College. The FrenchMinistry of Foreign Affairs invited Joe to teach English to high school students inMontpellier upon his graduation from Davidson. He spent a year in this post, whichprovided him with the legal working papers that are so coveted by expatriates. Hewent on to work as an acrobatic rider and singer for the traveling circus Zingaro fortwo years.Subsequently, Joe enrolled at the Sorbonne to study French and American literature…and Romanian! He went on to work for L'Oréal Cosmetics, where he became adirector of the company's black hair care subsidiary, Goldys International. He traveledin this position as well, working for the company from 1990 to 1995. He was postedin Avignon in 1995 when he lost his vision....Josephs Gift is the name of the book of poetry that Joe began writing in 1997. Hedescribes it as a "creative last will and testament," one that he began when he did notknow that his blindness was temporary. Slowly, it has become part of a greater projectwhich incorporates his music as well as his art. He has converted poems into songsand songs into videos. To date, he has written and recorded roughly 350 songs and hascreated over 500 paintings. The project has evolved and matured into a YouTube site -Joseph Langley, and songs available os Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music etc. Art andMusic now represent Joe's full time occupations.Josephs Gift has also evolved into a project that helps others gain exposure for theirart, music, or whatever medium they find for self-expression.Joe is currently spending a lot of time in the studio working on or researching newsounds and melodies. Though many musical artists influence him, he is particularlyfond of Al Jarreau because of the diversity in Jarreau's music and "the variety oftextures that he can give to his voice, thus giving him a more important vocal range."Joe has also spent time on the radio. In October 2010, he participated in a show calledBlack Feeling on Radio Fréquence Paris Plurielle (http://www.rfpp.net/). He hadcalled his friend John Dossavi, who hosts the show at RFPP, to ask if tenorsaxophonist Chansse Evanns could publicize a concert that he was organizing inhonor of Lena Horne. Joe ended up interviewing Evanns on the air, whereby Dossaviasked Joe if he would be interested in doing regular interviews of artists, musicians,and others. The Universe of Joseph Langley was born! He continues to paint. He says that he paints in a "very fluid and spontaneous style,"and that his work is "somewhere between modern and pop art with a touch of'fauvisme' He calls it HapArt.Support the show
The Browns have made it to Vegas and they're now on the hunt for four perfect rentals. Guess who gets to pick her rental first?? Sobyn Robyn, of course! But not before we have to watch Kody sit on the sofa and daydream out the window while his wives unpack. Barf. There's also a somewhat uncomfortable block party where Kody makes an extremely uncomfortable joke. And, of course, this is the season finale so we get that shocker cliff hanger that we all saw coming. It's Sister Wives season 2 episode 11 and we've got LOTS to say... Join us on Patreon! We're covering old episodes of Seeking Sister Wife, so catch up with us now and new season 4 episodes will be on our free feed this summer! We also release a bonus every month recapping whatever we're watching (Love is Blind and Bridgerton so far). Find us at https://www.patreon.com/sistersisterwives Don't forget to follow us on Instagram @sistersisterwivespod to find out when new episodes drop!
Join us at the Revenant Process in June! https://wearerevenant.com This week Chad sits down with Dan and Adrian to explore the idea of finding resources. We discuss: Challenging your comfort to find resources Thinking you know what others can offer Asking yourself the question "how good could this turn out?" Options vs possibility Staying loose to discover resources And so much more!
Nonprofit News of the week. Supreme Court Poised To Strike Down Roe v. Wade, Changing Advocacy Landscape For Both Pro-Choice & Pro-Life Nonprofits A draft decision of the United States Supreme Court ruling on a pending abortion case appears to show the majority of justices in favor of striking down Roe v. Wade, upending nearly 50 years of abortion-access precedent, according to a leaked draft obtained by Politico. The decision comes as a worst-case scenario for pro-choice advocacy and provider groups like Planned Parenthood and NARAL Pro-Choice America, while it also is perceived as a monumental achievement by pro-life groups. As abortion becomes illegal to access and potentially criminalized in the wake of the decision which will be released in June, human rights groups are warning that nonprofits and tech companies may come under legal pressure to disclose sensitive information regarding people who seek information about abortion clinics, emergency contraceptives, and the like. An anti-abortion nonprofit in Wisconsin called Wisconsin Family Action was the target of an arson attack on Sunday. Read more ➝ Summary Jeff Bezos donates nearly $120 mn to nonprofit: Report | The Siasat Daily The Chronicle of Philanthropy Unveils Ambitious Growth Plan to Put National Spotlight on Social Sector, Become Nonprofit | The Chronicle of Philanthropy Opinion | Black Lives Matter needs to get its (real expensive) house in order | Washington Post The AP Interview: BLM's Patrisse Cullors denies wrongdoing | AP NEWS CEA Nonprofit winner: Seeing a sea turtle need | Greater Wilmington Business Journal Rough Transcript [00:00:00] This week on a nonprofit news feed, we have our major story, which we made the focus of the week's newsletter, which is the Supreme court poised to strike down Roe V. Wade, and how we see that changing the landscape for advocacy for both pro-choice and pro-life nonprofits, as well as touching many of them. [00:00:21] Industries again, this is not gone through, it was a leaked bit, but Nick, you're going to walk us through this as well as some other news highlights. [00:00:28] Sure George, I can start us off. So of course, yes, we begin with that first story that was. Reported by Politico, which published a draft decision written by a United States Supreme court, which appeared to show that they were poised. At least when the decision draft decision was written to overturn Roe V. [00:00:52] Wade, what that means is that nearly 50 years of abortion access precedent coming from the court now, It's very likely to be reversed. The decision comes as a worst case scenario for pro-choice advocacy groups and health provider groups like planned parenthood. Now pro-choice America and many other groups and funds that work to help women access abortions. [00:01:23] And. That being said on the flip side of it, there are lots of pro-life or anti-abortion advocacy groups themselves non-profits that are, have been working to get this passed. So essentially you have this bombshell announcement that's completely altered the, the landscape for advocacy organizations. [00:01:47] Both, both sides of this issue. And there's so many reasons and so many ways in which this can pretty dramatically impact America, social life and economics, the list goes on and on, but at its heart, this is ringing. Has a bombshell decision for a lot of people and people have understandably, very emotional reactions. [00:02:13] George w w what's your take and how do we think about the many nonprofit organizations that are kind of involved with. [00:02:20] it's hard to see through the frustration and many distracting narratives going on, such as , who leaked it, how it happen. I think we. If we're being honest, could see the dominoes falling after RBG sadly passed and was unfortunately, not really, even remotely honored when it was rushed through, into the Supreme court to change the landscape of how these justices would deliberate Roe V. Wade . [00:02:53] So, you know, I've been waiting through just massive amounts of news, but I think anything that's. Looking backward saying, oh my gosh, they lied in testimony. And it truly doesn't matter what we're trying to focus on. And what I'm trying to look at is the second order effects that are to come and, , pulling those out of. [00:03:12] Non-profits in the narrative saying here are some that were for some that were against this decision and suddenly the entire table has just been flipped upside down. And so these groups that have previously been more about advocacy and have just removed potentially a layer of support for women who are truly in need and in a time of,, great. [00:03:39] Great risk. I would say that frankly, planned parenthood and others were supporting in that period of time. There's no safety net. If suddenly you're in a state where that's made illegal. And so you have to move from groups that maybe were pushing paper and other, very lightweight ways of advocacy into new. [00:04:00] No, you have to support these women in some way. Whether or not that aligns with. [00:04:06] the. [00:04:06] Right of choice or right of life. There's a lot of infrastructure that is just not there. And I see a switch and is about to be flipped and not a lot of planning as a result of it. And so, , I try to park a lot of the hand wringing about how did this happen and this person did that to her. As somebody who's going to become pregnant, who may be in tremendous need, doubt, concern, risk, and more than one, you know, the data will show you this in a lot of the states that are about to flip back to a draconian that would use the word type of legal system that does not support these women in a safe way. [00:04:50] And that's where I'm trying to spend my, my thinking a bit on. [00:04:53] Yeah, George, I think that's a good analysis, nearly one in four women. By the time they reach 45 50. We'll have had an abortion in this United States. And the fact that now what was a relatively routine medical procedure, a lot of these states have snap laws that go into effect the moment. RO would be toppled. [00:05:22] Those are poised to go into effect. There are some states that are pushing laws to in fact, criminalize abortion, as in getting one or facilitating access to an abortion is now a criminal criminal offense. And that is it's insane to be honest. It's, it's an it's insane. And The other, the flip side of this, and there's kind of more of the story as we outlined in the newsletter here is that human rights groups are actually warning human rights watch. [00:05:56] And other other news organizations are warning that tech companies and organizations with information about people who've accessed abortion. Resources or, or procedures. Those organizations with that data may find themselves under legal pressure to disclose that information to prosecutors, if charges were be, to be brought. [00:06:20] And it's just kind of another kind of dark direction that this is facing. If getting an abortion becomes a criminal offense. So. Like you said it kind of flips the whole thing upside down. We don't know. I don't think where this is going to go from what I'm seeing on the advocacy side, there are tons of abortion funds that are organizations that help facilitate a women accessing an abortion. [00:06:51] And even in states where it's perfectly legal people, it can be tough to access. Right. You know, there's so COE, there's monetary barriers and there's a lot of organizations on the ground that have some experience doing this, but they're about to find themselves as a lifeline for a lot more people than they anticipated very quickly. [00:07:14] So it'll be interesting to see how that. [00:07:15] The word here is legality. And when you change that word, you suddenly have a whole host of I'll use the word weapons provided to the court system. To mandate, demand and force companies that may have data say Google, potentially apple, depending on where the data resides in the searches and information and stored contacts. [00:07:45] And what have you, if this is a legal question, but because it's been made illegal for a woman who is by the way, Even beyond sort of the questions of rape and incest and very, very real medical endo topic type pregnancies, where you will really have to get a get an abortion to save your life potentially is that,, the process of, of having a child in America, despite all our advances has carries with it, 60 X, 60 times percent, 60 times, the amount of. [00:08:19] That an abortion does. And so with that, and you're using the word legal as a thought exercise, consider how marijuana laws carry across states right now. And if you drive across the border with a certain amount of legally purchase marijuana, I did something illegal here. It is illegal over there and you go state by state. [00:08:41] There are a lot of unfortunate second order effects that could happen. And. The, the landscape gets a little bit more scary and I think it's a great, that human rights watch has already sounding the alarm with enough time for companies to start anonymizing de anonymizing and protecting people that. [00:09:02] will be put in danger in these states and areas. [00:09:07] I agree. Really important things to think about. And again, if this is, it goes up and down the ladder, right? This is, this is a fundamentally altering in the ways that very few policies or laws or quite frankly, events, at least in my lifetime have had in terms of. Life as an American, quite frankly. [00:09:31] So of course, we'll continue to watch this story. The one aside is that you'll probably start to see increasing tension on both sides over the weekend. And anti-abortion nonprofit and in Wisconsin called Wisconsin family action was the target of an arson attack. Over the past couple of decades, both organizations on both sides of this issue have seen instances of violence. [00:09:58] Unfortunately, but it's yeah, I don't know, kind of at a loss of words with what more to say, but something we'll [00:10:06] Yeah, I would say if you're, if you're frustrated, , one thing just to speak, , personally, as a, as a. Parent, Of, you know, one little girl in one little way. And also as a leader of a company, I thought I was compelled to say something to the staff. And I'm going to probably continue to try to also message her around this, just about where we sit, what we think and what we do to help keep the focus, because a lot of people are frustrated and where I try to point us toward is that this is the. [00:10:38] Social justice pendulum swinging in a way that we really disagree with that violates precedent. That actually for the first time, in as many years, these like 50 plus years removes a right, that we thought was an amiable and granted into the contract of America. And one thing I know about pendulums is that when you push them very hard to one side, they come. [00:11:05] With force back the other direction. And so the positive, cause I always push myself to think this way that I as do see coming is that a lot of people just woke up to the fact that what was granted and what was taken for granted has been taken away and people do not like it. When you take things away, we feel lost two X, the amount of gain. [00:11:30] So I think a lot of people just woke up and they woke up at. [00:11:32] a time when the midterms are coming. And That's why I believe there isn't a sort of large brass band being walked down Washington right now. But the GOP, I think there's a lot of people afraid to talk about what the actual implications of what a minority has just pushed onto a majority. [00:11:50] That's a great point, George, when you take a step back and then contextualize it and think about. Broader trends. [00:11:58] All right, pivoting a little bit. I'll take us into the summary on, I'll say a much lighter note billionaire owner and or previous owner, not no longer chief executive of Amazon, but billionaire, nonetheless, Jeff Bezos has donated $120 million to as yet unnamed. Nonprofit. Apparently this brings his non-profit donations up to 233 million, at least in terms of unnamed nonprofits, he's giving money to George why'd you throw this in the mix. [00:12:35] I just wanted to throw a little, two things. One of the throw a little shade that he's only about five Billy, 5 billion short of what his wife ex-wife has done is a philanthropic leader, but also I think you want to keep an eye on where his kind of dollars are going because there's a lot more dollars behind it. [00:12:56] And it's very interesting to see. Where frankly, one of the richest men in the world is deploying capital in the social impact sector. So it's not just a sort of billionaire watch, but it's saying where, where is that? That mindset shifting and this particular time. [00:13:12] I think that's a good point in a world where billionaires seemingly increasingly dominate the news and trends and other aspects of our life. Looking at Elan Musk, controlling the Twitter verse I think it's important to keep an eye on. Our next story comes from the Chronicle of philanthropy. [00:13:32] And it is about the Chronicle of philanthropy, which has announced a quote, ambitious growth plan to put the national spotlight on the social sector, which is their way of saying they are becoming a nonprofit news organization. The Chronicle of philanthropy previously I did not know this was actually wholly owned and operated by. [00:13:54] The Chronicle of higher education, which is kind of the premier news source for colleges and university and higher education type news. But that is itself a private, independent for-profit entity. But now the Chronicle of philanthropy is breaking off into their separate own nonprofit organization. [00:14:12] One of many newsrooms to do so of late. This is absolutely a continuation of the trend. [00:14:20] I feel like it's a great way for a leading voice on non-profits to in fact, you know, walk the walk and I, I hope them All the success we enjoy their work and yeah, hopefully it continues to grow as a, an extra valued source of information and sector. [00:14:40] All right, I'm going to wrap our next two stories together because they're related. This is following up on a story that we talked about a couple of weeks ago about the black lives matter organization which came under some heat for the publication that it had purchased a multimillion dollar home in The the, the bay area. [00:15:04] And also came under criticism for not filing form nine nineties and in general, a lack of transparency around its financials. So the two articles we have here is an opinion published in the Washington post, which from, I think, a large. Hacktivists perspective is critical of the organization for not necessarily engaging or being as transparent with the local chapters and the family funds that were set up for victims of police brutality and the desire at the activist level for a little bit more accountability for the national organization, which in. [00:15:46] 2020 saw $90 million in donations. The other news source is from the AP and which the former director of the organization, Patrice colors denied wrongdoing but also laid out some of the concerns of people within the activist community. I should say that at the bottom of that article, I thought this is a little bit more important. [00:16:10] They did file a nine 90, which technically brings them up to date. But the nine 90 only goes until June of 2020. So does not include Really the tremendous growth they've seen over the past couple of years within that financial disclosure. And I think we wanted to highlight this story again because we brought it to this podcast a couple of weeks ago. [00:16:34] And George, we sifted through the only articles we really could find were quite frankly from right wing news sources that were, were talking about it. And but we, we identified. Within that, that there actually is kind of a genuine thing to talk about within that narrative. So we wanted to highlight from the activist level, what people are thinking about this, but yeah. [00:17:00] George, do you have any other thoughts or things to add on that? [00:17:03] Yeah. [00:17:04] we definitely looked through quite a number of news outlets and clearly, you know, outlets that rhyme with the word pot. Have you had a field day with this into, you know, something where, you know, a kernel truth has turned into a tree of lies and manipulation, but there is still seeds of what actually, you know, did happen. [00:17:26] And we try to go to primary sources and that quote from colors actually from the AP I don't know. Read it directly on paper. It looks crazy. She said, we use this term in our movement a lot, which is we're building the plane while flying it. I don't believe in that anymore. The only regret I have with BLM is wishing that we could have paused for one to two years. [00:17:48] Just not do any work and just focus on the infrastructure. You know, the foundation paid 6 million for this Los Angeles compound in 2020 and has, you know, brought ire and criticism. Here's the truth. There is, there's a problem. I'd say with crisis crowd funding, when a bunch of money is thrown at an organization of the moment, regardless of whether they have the infrastructure to achieve what the moment demands. [00:18:18] There's a reason why traditional philanthropies capital P philanthropies will not give more than X percent of a total revenue. In a grant to a non-profit, let's say you are a half a million dollar organization, many philanthropy say you're eligible for up to, let's say 50% of your operating revenue for our grant, because the true fact is if they were to get more, say 5 million or 50 million, they wouldn't have the infrastructure to use it. [00:18:49] And what's worse. Could actually send them into a bit of a tailspin of hiring too quickly, focusing on the wrong things and not having the infrastructure to manage that money and that word. Can't just be glossed over. And I think this is just an honest quote from exactly what happened. You know, they were, you know, suddenly handed tens of millions of dollars and then expected to operate like an organization with that revenue. [00:19:14] And the truth is it's not there that it takes a long time to hire, to set up these systems. And again it's you know, I think it's great that she's out there making, you know, trying to bring back this, this narrative and obviously it's yeah, the probably, I mean, it hurts quite a bit. She says that, that this is quote a false narrative and it's impacted me personally and professionally that people would accuse me of stealing from black people. [00:19:41] And you know I think. It's a, it's a tough moment. The foundation announced state 19 million fundraising amount. Wow. I didn't realize it was that high anyway. Things for you to look at and to consider around these macro issues of, of funding. Hmm. [00:20:00] Should we do a feel-good story, Nick? We've been, I put some, I put some good wins in there this week. I knew I had been letting the team. [00:20:08] Yeah, George let's do a feel good story. This comes from Wilmington, biz.com. Wilmington's homepage for business. Tart title of the article is about seeing a sea turtle in need. And. This is about a, a sea turtle rehabilitation project. And within the 31 sea turtles residing at the center as of this year they could be released back into the ocean after recovering from various elements. [00:20:44] There is one turtle named Lenny a Ridley turtle that can't be released because. Blind and can't survive on her own. But just want to shout out that the awesome organizations in this case, the Karen Beasley, sea turtle rescue and rehabilitation center which is taking care of sea turtles and sea turtles are awesome. [00:21:05] I, I learned from finding Nemo that they live a very long time and I think that's very cool. So I've always been a big. [00:21:12] All right. So I had to look this up, see turtles can live up to 50 years or more. So that's, that's great. That they're, they're taking care of taking care of these animals. Good job. And also kudos on anytime we get an article pun. So good job seeing those sea turtles. All right, Nick. Thanks for bringing all the news to us. [00:21:35] Thanks, George.
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Ajax is nog een zege verwijderd van de titel na een dubbele ontsnapping op Super Sunday. Lars en Danny gaan vol vertrouwen richting het kampioensduel, maar zijn net als Fabian Nagtzaam van Supportersvereniging Ajax doodziek van het niet doorgaan van een eventuele huldiging.(0:00) Intro(3:50) Overlijden Jody Lukoki(5:40) Quote van de week en dramatisch Daramy(7:46) Brobbey en Haller geen goede combinatie(10:26) Strompelend naar de eindstreep(12:20) Brobbey sterk, Haller achter de back aan(14:48) Berghuis, Blind, Álvarez en Taylor(15:16) Kan het nog fout gaan?(19:34) Quinten Timber op de fiets terug, miljoenen voor Jurriën(23:26) Vervolg Bring Back Ziyech(26:46) Dromen van Guardiola, Schreuder reëel(30:14) Winactie I Am Zlatan(32:26) Anekdotes kampioenswedstrijden Ajax(36:06) Neres op de huldiging(37:24) Woede over niet doorgaan huldiging(53:06) AfsluitingZie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring van Californië op https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Learn about overcoming your fears and surmounting obstacles to do the impossible, from Carol Anne McGuire, a librarian at El Rancho Middle School who has brought CliftonStrengths to her students. View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/392417/nurturing-strengths-partnerships-at-el-rancho-middle-school.aspx Follow Us Facebook -- https://www.facebook.com/CliftonStrengths/ LinkedIn -- https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/cliftonstrengths/ Instagram -- https://www.instagram.com/cliftonstrengths/ Twitter -- https://twitter.com/CliftonStrength Pinterest -- https://www.pinterest.com/CliftonStrengths/ Learn More About CliftonStrengths Subscribe to the CliftonStrengths Newsletter -- https://bit.ly/30IjWMH How It Works -- https://bit.ly/36gD4mi 34 CliftonStrengths Themes -- https://bit.ly/30FyexO 4 CliftonStrengths Domains -- https://bit.ly/36eLvyx The History -- https://bit.ly/30OggZZ Who's It For Individuals -- https://bit.ly/2ukUNf1 Teams -- https://bit.ly/3axoASj Organizations -- https://bit.ly/38pj7Lm Schools -- https://bit.ly/37gPvjl Popular Products Assessments -- https://bit.ly/2Gi9Etf Materials and Tools -- https://bit.ly/3azKrZc Courses -- https://bit.ly/37ftuRP Books -- https://bit.ly/36jdfC2 Additional Resources Articles and Videos -- https://bit.ly/2TNAh19 Webcasts -- https://bit.ly/2GeKHip Guides and Reports -- https://bit.ly/37erWI0
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Anthony Ferraro & Dan Mancina kick off episode 21 of the Four Bad Eyes Podcast. Tune in to hear Dan and Anthony discuss Anthony winning First Place at a Skate Competition, Anthony's childhood dream, dreams vs. reality, Tigger toy update from Mom, Disney accessibility was pretty poor, braille maps, stuffed octopus, questions from our listeners, shredding legendary spots, keep pushing: dan's vision for adaptive skateparks, Kelly wrote a song about Miss Delta Blues, Anthony uploads his first-ever music single and more!Blind At Disney Videos ► https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA8So_iWiZsXpniD33kMraLJpBuZVin9TDonate to Keep Pushing Adaptive Skatepark ► https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/f1zZbeOne Million Loves!!!! ► https://www.youtube.com/shorts/eP7lre94rGs SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZrlpwAc7W68j68iP0dQraA More about Anthony Ferraro ► https://www.asfvision.comMore about Dan Mancina ► https://www.keeppushinginc.comMore about Four Bad Eyes Podcast ► https://www.fourbadeyes.com ADD US ON:INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/fourbadeyesTIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@fourbadeyesDan on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/danthemancina/Anthony on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/asfvisionKeep Pushing Inc was founded by Dan Mancina, an accomplished skateboarder who happens to be blind. Dan also holds a Master's degree in Vision Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT), which helps to teach adaptive life skills to those dealing with vision loss. Keep Pushing is a non-profit that combines Dan's two passions by introducing the blind/visually impaired (VI) community to the inclusive culture of skateboarding. Through his own journey with vision loss, Dan has found the lack of accessibility in current skateparks.The goal of his foundation is to build the first fully adaptive skatepark and to host skateboard workshops for the blind and VI using what he has learned on the skateboard and through his VRT training. Dan has teamed up with an experienced skatepark design company, New Line. Using New Line's design expertise and Dan's knowledge of adaptive skating to create the safest and most accessible skate park ever!Using adaptive methods, such as increasing the size of obstacles, adding contrast to obstacles, tactile ground, auditory cues for echolocation, 3-D models, and a spacious layout. Once the facility is built Dan plans to host monthly skate workshops and skateboard lessons for local youth/adults who are blind and VI, annual adaptive contests to help push for skateboarding the Paralympics, as well as use park adaptations to influence future public skateparks. Donate to Keep Pushing Adaptive Skatepark ► https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/f1zZbe 00:00 - intro01:33 - Anthony wins First Place at a Skate Competition07:08 - Anthony's childhood dream09:55 - dreams vs. reality14:15 - tigger toy update from Mom16:06 - penis smash update from Mom16:42 - Disney accessibility was pretty poor18:57 - braille maps21:35 - stuffed octopus22:40 - questions from our listeners27:05 - shredding legendary spots34:30 - keep pushing: dan's vision for adaptive skateparks43:20 - Four Bad Eyes hits 100k on TikTok44:00 - Anthony hits 1M on TikTok46:40 - Kellys wrote a song about Miss Delta Blues47:14 - Anthony uploads his first-ever music single50:22 - mythical creatures blind53:10 - would you try a different sports blind59:30 - one love donate to keep pushing Podcast Intro & Outro done by Pete Gustin the Blind Surfer find out more at ► https://www.petegustin.com ***PLEASE NOTE***Four Bad Eyes is a brand new venture between two extremely devoted and talented individuals. We are pumped to keep working hard to make this unfold and grow. Please be advised that we will be exploring a wide variety of topics (some adult-themed) and our younger viewers (and their parents) should be advised that some topics will be for mature audiences only.
"Praise the Lord!” the man yelled. “Here comes the authoress!” The man was Pastor D. L. Moody, a well-known teacher an evangelist, and he was introducing one of the most prolific hymn writers in the United States of America, Fanny Crosby. Her hymns had touched and inspired millions who attended his church revival meetings. She only found herself on stage because there was no other seating available, but Moody was delighted to have her there. Fanny was born in Putnam County, New York, in 1820. In infancy she developed a bad cold, causing inflammation in her eyes. A doctor applied mustard plasters, which some thought caused damage, and Fanny lost her sight. At the New York Institution for the Blind, she became a teacher and wrote song lyrics and other poetry. In addition, she had the honor of becoming the first female voice heard publicly in the United States Senate Chamber in Washington, DC. She even read one of her poems there. How awesome is that? In 1858, she married a fellow scholar, Alex Van Alstyne (who was also blind), and they had one child. But when their child died in infancy, Fanny was badly grieved. Her hymn “Safe in the Arms of Jesus” is believed to be the result of that grief. In the lyrics of this beautiful hymn, she expresses how wonderful it is to be close to Jesus, “Safe on His gentle breast / There by His love o'reshadowed / Sweetly my soul shall rest.” She also looks forward to the day Jesus will make all things new, when we will be “Free from the blight of sorrow / Free from my doubt and fears.” How many other suffering parents were comforted by that hymn? Fanny wrote an astounding eight thousand hymns. She gave all credit for her gift of hymn writing to the Lord. She also worked relentlessly to serve people who were impoverished and living in the inner city, most of whom were immigrants. She was an amazing woman for whom things could have turned out so differently. Instead of despair, she chose to draw near to her Lord and Savior. The next time you hear “Blessed Assurance” or “Pass Me Not Oh Gentle Savior,” remember the woman who wrote them, Fanny Crosby. • Susan Sundwall • No matter what your circumstances are, God has given you gifts that are important in His kingdom. What are some ways you can serve Jesus in your context? • Have you ever experienced Jesus's love and closeness through worship music and hymns? Sing a new song to the Lord; let the whole earth sing to the Lord. Psalm 96:1 (CSB)
He's here in the NICK of time. Nick Thompson learned about love head-on during LOVE IS BLIND. How did he know Danielle was the one and what's happening now After Love is Blind? Nick's got great advice for you...stay patient, don't settle, and he's got a hot tip if you are shy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Back in 2021, we asked you to tell us about the hard conversations you were struggling to have in honor of the release of my book, Let's Talk About Hard Things. One of the people I talked to was a listener named Fey. Fey is 27 and lives in Maryland, and she has a degenerative eye condition. Eventually, she will probably lose her eyesight completely. She'd written us an email about her "tricky sense of disability identity." As Fey's sight worsens, she struggles to know how and when to open up to people in her life about it—friends, dates, coworkers. Over the course of several conversations in the last year, I talked with Fey about how and when to disclose her disability, gaining independence, and relying on others. Plus, she gets a pep talk from a fellow visually impaired Nigerian American, EDM singer Lachi. Come sing along with me at a special sing-a-long karaoke party in honor of the paperback release of Let's Talk About Hard Things. We'll drink, talk and SING about hard things in NYC on May 6, at 7pm at The Greene Space. You can email us any time to share your stories at firstname.lastname@example.org.