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In this episode, we welcome Kelly Pesanelli, PT, MSPT, a Senior Lecturer at Sargent College in the Department of Health Sciences and the President of the Sargent College Alumni Board. As the Class of 2020 Sargent College Commencement Speaker, Kelly shared her parting advice for the seniors as they move on to a new stage of their lives. The moderator of the podcast is Dr. Karen Jacobs (firstname.lastname@example.org), who is the Associate Dean, Digital Learning and Innovation, a Clinical Professor and the Program Director for the online post-professional doctorate in the occupational therapy program at Sargent College. Marial Williams (email@example.com), a Boston University entry-level occupational therapy doctoral student, composed the music for the podcast.
Episode 77 features Adrienne Elise Tarver, an interdisciplinary artist, educator, and administrator with a practice that spans painting, sculpture, installation, photography, and video. Her work addresses the complexity and invisibility of the black female identity in the Western landscape--from the history within domestic spaces to the fantasy of the tropical seductress. She has exhibited nationally and abroad, including solo or two-person exhibitions at the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art in Connecticut; Atlanta Contemporary in Atlanta, Georgia; Victori+Mo (now Dinner Gallery) in New York; Ochi Projects in Los Angeles; Hollis Taggart in New York; Wedge Curatorial in Toronto, Canada; Wave Hill in the Bronx, NY; BRIC Project Room in Brooklyn; and A-M Gallery in Sydney, Australia. She has been commissioned for projects through the New York MTA, the Public Art Fund, Google, Art Aspen, and Pulse Art Fair and has been featured in online and print publications including the New York Times, Brooklyn Magazine, ArtNet, Blouin ArtInfo, Whitewall Magazine, and Hyperallergic, among others. She is currently the Director of Programs at the National Academy of Design. Previously she was the Associate Chair of Fine Arts at SCAD Atlanta, and prior to that was the Director of Art & Design for the Harlem School of the Arts. She received her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and BFA from Boston University. Portrait photo credit Eley photo Artist website http://www.adriennetarver.com/ The Aldrich https://thealdrich.org/exhibitions/adrienne-elise-tarver Atlanta Contemporary https://atlantacontemporary.org/exhibitions/adrienne-elise-tarver The Armory https://www.thearmoryshow.com/ Culture Type https://www.culturetype.com/2021/09/07/on-view-adrienne-elise-tarver-the-sun-the-moon-and-the-truth-at-aldrich-contemporary-art-museum-in-ridgefield-conn/ Dinner Gallery https://dinnergallery.com/adrienne-elise-tarver White Wall https://whitewall.art/art/art-aspen-awards-adrienne-elise-tarver-with-inaugural-artist-commission Hollis Taggert Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wft8TmSFnvE See Great Art https://www.seegreatart.art/adrienne-elise-tarver-the-sun-the-moon-and-the-truth/ Boston University https://www.bu.edu/articles/2020/gallery-adrienne-elise-tarver/
We're not to blame for climate change. It's a part of the natural cycle. The earth is flat. The round Earth conspiracy is orchestrated by NASA and other government agencies. No one should get the coronavirus vaccine. Bill Gates wants to use it to implant microchips in people. This is, of course, all bunk. But how can we change the minds of people who believe it to be true? Lee McIntyre offered thoughts and suggestions to try and reach, communicate, and change the minds of science deniers in How to Talk to a Science Denier. And, he warned, it's best not to just dismiss them and ignore them. Why? Science denial can kill. From attending a flat earth conference to chats with anti-vaxxers, McIntire presented the five factors involved in science denial: cherry-picking evidence, belief in conspiracy theories, reliance on fake experts, logical errors, and setting impossible expectations on what science can achieve. Can we achieve understanding with the irrational? Not through belittling them or through anger, McIntyre said, but through calm, respectful rationality. Lee McIntyre is a Research Fellow at the Center for Philosophy and History of Science at Boston University. He is the author of Dark Ages: The Case for a Science of Human Behavior, Post-Truth, and The Scientific Attitude: Defending Science from Denial, Fraud, and Pseudoscience. Buy the Book: How to Talk to a Science Denier: Conversations with Flat Earthers, Climate Deniers, and Others Who Defy Reason (Hardcover) Third Place Books Presented by Town Hall Seattle. To become a member or make a donation online click here.
In this episode, we once again caught up with the Boston University Research Team, including Ariel Schwartz, Jesse, Alix, and Jenna. What makes this team unique is the involvement of young adults self-advocates in every step of the research process, using a method called participatory action research. In this episode, they talk about they recent project into how young adults choose to disclose their mental health status in the workplace and the results of that decision. This is the last episode in the MHDD series, but please follow our new podcast: DDNJ Author Insights https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/ddnj/ for more great podcasting. *Music Credit: Music for our podcast is licensed from Marmoset Music. Artist: Johnny Clay; Song "Looking Down the Road"
Anastasiia Bovkun has taken parts in various projects such as «Go Camp» by organization GoGlobal, «Laboratory of Superheroes» by organization Ukrainian Leadership Academy, «Teenovation and Democracy HUB» by Klitschko Foundation, «ENGin» program, and «UPSHIFT Ukraine» where her team received financing for their project. Anastasiia also created many social projects such as WoWrecords, Live together, Academy of Superheroes, Happy paw. Currently, she was a student of Boston University for one month thanks to EducationUSA, and she is studying International Management and Communication in Business at V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University. Born in Bilozerske in Donetsk Region, Anastasiia loves journalism as well as the English language. And she likes self-development, therefore she reads books, engages in sports, and focuses on her mental health. Instagram: @bovkkun
Three day weekend! Today on East to West, we cover allegations against BU Orientation Director Shiney James, StuGov's approval of a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Act, plans for Interstate 90's renovation and more.FEATURING: Mia Parker, Taylor Hawthorne WRITTEN BY: Sophie Jin, Veronica ThompsonEDITED BY: Veronica ThompsonBASED ON DFP PIECES BY: Cameron Morsberger, Colbi Edmonds, Anna Vidergar, Phil London, and Taylor Brokesh MUSIC:Acid Trumpet by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3340-acid-trumpet License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Backbay Lounge by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3408-backbay-lounge License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Ultralounge by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5010-ultralounge License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Steve Ray discusses the Feast Day of St. Abraham, father of faith and works. Dr. Katrina Furth, a Boston University trained neuroscientist who specializes is prenatal brain development has exciting news about "The Voyage of Life," a new family-friendly resource designed to give the most accurate, scientific, up-to-date presentation of being knit together in the mother's womb.
Julie Klinger is an Assistant Professor of Geographer at the University of Delaware and also affiliated with the university's new Minerals, Materials and Society Program. She is the author of "Rare Earth Frontiers: From Terrestrial Subsoils to Lunar Landscapes”, Cornell University Press. Julie Klinger was formerly Assistant Professor of International Relations at the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University. Julie lists her research interests as “the dynamics of global resource frontiers and space-based technologies with particular emphases in China, Brazil, and the United States; how diverse forms of violence and strategies for survival shape land use, environmental conservation, and livelihood security; rare earth elements; natural resource use; environmental politics; and outer space.Further reading: Official bio:https://www.udel.edu/academics/colleges/ceoe/departments/gss/faculty/julie-klinger/ Rare Earth Frontiers: From Terrestrial Subsoils to Lunar Landscapes (2017)https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7591/j.ctt1w0dd6d U.S. Geological Surveyhttps://www.usgs.gov/
Monique Chabot, OTD, MS, OTR/L specializes in geriatrics, Living in Place and design. She has worked in a variety of settings over the course of her career. Monique received her Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Studies from University of North Texas, Master's degree in Occupational Therapy from Thomas Jefferson University and her Doctoral degree in Occupational Therapy from Boston University. Monique is currently pursuing a PhD at Jefferson East Falls. When she is not working as a clinician or completing school work, Monqiue enjoys gardening and growing vegetables. She spends a great deal of time completing knitting, sewing and embroidery. Monique also plays the violin and accordion with a string band for the Mummers in Philadelphia. Monique can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. All the best, The CHRG Therapy Team
Kecia Ali (Ph.D., Religion, Duke University) is Professor of Religion at Boston University, where she teaches a range of classes on Islam. Her research focuses on Islamic law; women and gender; ethics; and biography. Her books include Sexual Ethics and Islam: Feminist Reflections on Qur'an, Hadith, and Jurisprudence (2006, expanded ed. 2016), Marriage and Slavery in Early Islam (2010), Imam Shafi‘i: Scholar and Saint (2011), and The Lives of Muhammad (2014), about modern Muslim and non-Muslim biographies of Islam's prophet. She co-edited the revised edition of A Guide for Women in Religion, which provides guidance for careers in religious studies and theology (2014). Her research also includes gender, ethics, and popular culture. Download "Half of Faith: American Muslim Marriage and Divorce in the 21st Century" for free at: https://www.keciaali.com Visit Dr. Kecia Ali on Twitter: https://twitter.com/kecia_ali Visit Sacred Writes: https://www.sacred-writes.org/
Bill Schnee is an internationally renowned producer, engineer, and mix master. He has received over 125 gold and platinum records and more than 50 Top 20 singles that run the gamut from Barbra Streisand to The Jacksons, Rod Stewart to Steely Dan, and Whitney Houston to Dire Straits. This is my conversation with Bill about his journey and his art. Check out Bill's new book: Chairman at the Board: Recording the soundtrack of a Generation
Most people who've worked for the Walt Disney company will tell you, it's a delightful place to work, grow, and learn. Dan Cockerell will tell you so in glowing terms. After college and participation in the Disney college program, he chose to work for Disney. His beginning role wasn't a glamorous one — he parked cars. But that humble beginning was the trailhead that led him down the path of personal and career development. He eventually filled the role of VP of The Magic Kingdom. That's quite a progression and the story is worth hearing. Listen to hear Dan's valuable insights into personal growth, management, company culture, and a mindset that leads to success. You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in... Dan's road from parking attendant to VP of Disney's Magic Kingdom [2:55] The ins and outs of the Disney college program — learning, earning, living [5:48] How technology impacted Dan's journey at Disney [7:56] A powerful tip about creating amazing culture in an organization [11:38] Culture stories from inside Disney [14:01] Moving managers toward facilitating excess, not having all the answers [18:53] Favorite roles Dan filled in Disney [22:02] Intentional reflection puts Dan in the right mindset for success [25:24] The catalyst that moved Dan away from his role at Disney [27:09] Advice for the dual-income, dual-career families [32:55] What Dan did today to bring joy and put him in the right mindset for success [35:18] Resources & People Mentioned Dan's book: How's the Culture in Your Kingdom? Disney's College Program Disney Institute Connect with Dan Cockerell Dan's website Cockrell Consulting On Instagram On Twitter On Linkedin On Facebook Bio: Dan attended Boston University, graduating in 1991, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. An avid rugby player, he was selected for the 1990 and 1991 USA Collegiate All-American Rugby team, and was Captain for the 1991 team. Upon graduation from Boston University in 1991, Dan moved to Florida and worked as a parking attendant at Disney's Epcot Center. Subsequently, he joined the Disneyland Paris Management Trainee Program. He was transferred to France to join the opening team of Disneyland Paris three months prior to the grand opening. While in France, he held various management positions in Park Operations. He and his wife Valerie, who was also with Disneyland Paris, were married in France and spent five years there before moving back to Orlando in 1997. Since that time they have raised three children – Jullian, Margot and Tristan. Dan has held various executive operations roles at the Walt Disney World Resort, both in the theme parks and resort hotels, and retired as the Vice President of the Magic Kingdom where he led 12,000 cast members and entertained over 20 millions guests annually. He earned his MBA in 2001 at the Crummer School of Business at Rollins College. In addition to his operational responsibilities, Dan was a keynote speaker for the world-renowned Disney Institute for 18 years. He has addressed open-enrollment participants as well as attendees in customized programs including the USAA Bank, General Motors, the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Army, the Southern Methodist University Business School, Porsche A.G., and United Airlines. He also participated in the Sodexo Quality Life Worldwide Conference Panel, moderated by Arianna Huffington, in 2015. After a fulfilling and exciting 26-year career with the Walt Disney Company, and upon becoming empty nesters, Dan and Valerie made the decision to set out on a new venture and start their own consulting and speaking business. Dan provides customized, authentic presentations and insightful workshops focusing on leadership and management practices, drawing upon his extensive Disney career with relevant examples and inspiring storytelling. Guests on the Mitlin Money Mindset Show are not affiliated with CWM, LLC, and opinions expressed herein may not be representative of CWM, LLC. CWM, LLC is not responsible for the guest's content linked on this site. Connect With Mitlin Financial podcast(at)MitlinFinancial.com - email us with your suggestions for topics or guests https://mitlinfinancial.com Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram Subscribe on Youtube Follow on Linkedin Follow on Facebook Subscribe to Mitlin Money Mindset™ on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts
With Laurence Kotlikoff, Professor of Economics at Boston University
Good luck with midterms! Today on East to West, we cover BU's divestment from fossil fuels, political club's preferences in the Boston mayoral election, the establishment of Boston's Black men and Boys Commission and more.FEATURING: Nellie Maloney, Taylor Hawthorne, Bailey SalimesWRITTEN BY: Cici Yu, Jit Ping Lee, Veronica ThompsonEDITED BY: Nellie MaloneyBASED ON DFP PIECES BY: Phoebe Chen, Claire Zhang, Julie Raporte MUSIC:Acid Trumpet by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3340-acid-trumpet License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Backbay Lounge by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3408-backbay-lounge License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Ultralounge by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5010-ultralounge License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Although COVID-19 vaccines help reduce the spread of COVID-19 and resulting deaths, there have not been many good or easy treatment options for the actual virus. But a new antiviral drug from Merck offers hope for keeping patients infected with COVID-19 out of the hospital and alive. Dr. Nahid Bhadelia, an infectious disease specialist at Boston University, joins William Brangham to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Although COVID-19 vaccines help reduce the spread of COVID-19 and resulting deaths, there have not been many good or easy treatment options for the actual virus. But a new antiviral drug from Merck offers hope for keeping patients infected with COVID-19 out of the hospital and alive. Dr. Nahid Bhadelia, an infectious disease specialist at Boston University, joins William Brangham to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Are you your family's historian? The one that listens to all the elders' stories or digs into that big box of old family photographs? Ever wonder how many of your dad's stories are really true? Or if you have a big family secret that hasn't been revealed for generations? If so, this episode is for you! In celebration of National Archives Month, we're talking to two accomplished family historians. Mary Donohue, Asst. Publisher of Connecticut Explored, the state's history magazine, interviews author Jill Marie Snyder. Snyder has a B.A. in Urban Studies from the University of Connecticut and an M.A. in Communication from Fairfield University. Retired from a corporate career in the insurance industry, she's completed Boston University's Principles of Genealogy course. Her book Dear Mary, Dear Luther, based on letters written between her parents, won the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society Award for Nonfiction Romance/history in 2020. Jill will be teaching a workshop on “Telling Your Family Story, Putting it all together” on Oct 20, 2021 for the Ancient Burying Ground Association and Hartford Public Library. Register for the workshop on the Ancient Burying Ground Association's Facebook page under events. Our second guest is well-known Hartford Jazz musician and recording artist Orice Jenkins. He studied music at the Hartt School and has released four solo albums including the fantastic Centennial Cole: the Music of Nate King Cole in 2019. He teaches in his hometown of Hartford and tours nationally with the Afro-Semitic Experience. His website features his family history blog Chesta's Children: a Collection of Stories, People, History, Records and Research. Find out more about our guests at their websites, https://www.jillmariesnyder.com/ https://oricejenkins.com/ Order Snyder's book at https://www.amazon.com/Dear-Mary-Luther-Courtship-Letters-ebook/dp/B0793Q7LTM/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Jill+marie+snyder&qid=1633030224&sr=8-1 For more about family histories, read the stories in Connecticut Explored's Family History issue here https://www.ctexplored.org/fall-2019-family-history-separating-fact-from-fiction/ For more on Connecticut's African American history, visit our Topics page at https://www.ctexplored.org/african-american-history-in-connecticut-2/ This episode was produced by Mary Donohue and engineered by Patrick O'Sullivan. Donohue as documented the built environment and pop culture for over 30 years. Contact her at email@example.com Subscribe to Connecticut Explored at https://www.ctexplored.org/subscribe/
I had the pleasure of sitting down to talk to the phenomenal painter John Walker. John is not only a painter whose paintings are poetic in their paint application but he is also an artist who cares about young painters. I had the privilege of studying with John at Boston University where we all were inspired by his words and awed by what paint can do. John Walker was born 1939, in Birmingham, England. He studied at Birmingham College of Art (1956-1960), and continued his studies at The British School in Rome (1960-1961), and the Académie de la Grande Chaumière, Paris (1961-1963) John Walker was a Gregory Fellow at Leeds University (1967-1969). He was awarded a Harkness Fellowship to the United States (1969–70) and a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1981. He has been artist-in-residence at Oxford University (1977–78), and at Monash University, Melbourne (1980). He also represented England at the 1972 Venice Biennale. John has taught at the Royal College in London and at Yale University. In the 1980's he was Dean of Victoria College of Art in Melbourne, Australia. From 1993 to 2015, he taught at Boston University and is currently Professor Emeritus of Art and former head of the graduate program in Painting and Sculpture at Boston University School of Visual Arts. He has had solo exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art in NY; The Phillips Collection in DC; The Tate Gallery, London; The Hayward Gallery in London; The Kunstverein, Hamburg; The Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia; and others. His work can be found in museum collections, including The Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois; The Guggenheim Museum, New York; Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts; The Museum of Modern Art, New York; National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.; Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art Gallery, Edinburgh; Tate Gallery, London; Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut. LINKS: https://johnwalkerpainter.com/index.php https://www.alexandregallery.com/john-walker Video on Brooklyn Rail- https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=886689875405720 I Like Your Work Links: Subscriptions Exhibitions Studio Visit Artists I Like Your Work Podcast Instagram Submit Work Observations on Applying to Juried Shows Studio Planner
Saying what others are afraid to with Communications Leader Nancy Murphy Founder & President, CSR Communications Nancy's spent her career saying what others are afraid to – and learning to say it in ways that others will listen. She's the founder and president of CSR Communications and creator of Intrapreneurs Influence Lab. Her passion is helping leaders of change within established organizations (intrapreneurs) influence and persuade others so that they can realize their vision for change faster, with less frustration and resistance. From her Catholic school student days challenging stereotypes of girls, to her first job after college convincing nonprofits to engage youth volunteers, or her role as board chair of a global nonprofit attempting to transform the way we do international development, Nancy's experienced the challenges of leading big change within established organizations. As an “intrapreneur” herself, she made all the mistakes you can make and now helps others learn from them. Nancy's worked in philanthropy for Steve and Jean Case's family foundation, as a federal government program officer with the Corporation for National & Community Service, and as a global consultant for APCO Worldwide, where her clients included UPS, Johnson Controls, Target, and W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Nancy mentors and advises executives from local governments, federal agencies, global nonprofits, foundations, and Fortune 100 companies. As a trainer and speaker, Nancy's shared her expertise from Kuala Lumpur to Kansas City and London to Las Vegas. Nancy holds a master's degree in public affairs from the University of Minnesota's Humphrey School, a master's in health communication from Boston University, and a bachelor's degree in American Studies from the University of Dayton.
Booster shots are available! Today on East to West, we cover availability of Pfizer COVID-19 booster shots, a fire at Stuvi-I on Monday, an escalator malfunction at the Back Bay T station and more. FEATURING: Veronica Thompson, Taylor Hawthorne, Sophie JinWRITTEN BY: Veronica Thompson, Taylor Hawthorne, Sophie Jin, Mia Parker EDITED BY: Mia Parker BASED ON DFP PIECES BY: Cici Yu, Madhri Yehiya, Jesus Marrero Suarez, Tanisha Bhat, Anna Vidergar, Samuele Petruccelli, Jit Ping LeeMUSIC:Acid Trumpet by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3340-acid-trumpet License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Backbay Lounge by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3408-backbay-lounge License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Ultralounge by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5010-ultralounge License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Today's guest is Nashville music producer, singer, songwriter Aaron Ruiz. Aaron is an artist who has had hundreds of songs placed in tv shows. Joseph and Aaron talk about the work it takes to stay present, dealing with negative self talk and accepting that we are not in control of whether a song is a success or not. www.aaronandandrew.com https://soundcloud.com/skyline-brigade
In this episode, we welcome Melissa (firstname.lastname@example.org) and David Bernstein (email@example.com), an amazing husband and wife team advocating for healthy living, longevity and remaining youthful. They introduced the work they have been involved in, from authoring cookbooks, to holding workshops for caregivers of patients with dementia or neurodegenerative disorders. Check out their website to find out more about their work! The moderator of the podcast is Dr. Karen Jacobs (firstname.lastname@example.org), who is the Associate Dean, Digital Learning and Innovation, a Clinical Professor and the Program Director for the online post-professional doctorate in the occupational therapy program at Sargent College. Marial Williams (email@example.com), a Boston University entry-level occupational therapy doctoral student, composed the music for the podcast.
Margie Bissinger is an expert in the physical therapy treatment and management of osteoporosis. She has developed exercise programs and classes specifically geared to preventing and reducing the effects of osteoporosis. She is the author of Osteoporosis: An Exercise Guide. Her booklet is tailored to the special needs of those who have osteoporosis or are at risk of developing the disease. Margie Bisinger received her bachelors of science degree in physical therapy from the University of Pennsylvania. She continued her studies at Northwestern University and earned her masters of science degree in Orthopedic Physical Therapy. Since 1979, she has worked as a physical therapist. She has been the Director of Outpatient Physical Therapy at Boston University and worked at the faculty practice at Northwestern University. Today, she discusses her morning routine- including her 4 must-do practices every morning. Links: 7-Minute Happiness Morning Meditation
Danny talks with the Captain of the 1980 USA Olympic Hockey Team - Mike Eruzione, about where Mike grew up in Winthrop, Massachusetts, his diverse athleticism as a star baseball/football/hockey athlete, how the legendary coach Jack Parker of Boston University recruited Mike to his now alma mater, his Italian heritage, how hockey has developed in the east coast from his youth to now, the college hockey rivalries he was a part of, how the legendary coach of the 1980 Olympic Team - Herb Brooks researched and found Mike, how Mike was available to try out for the olympic team, what playing for Herb Brooks was like, the importance of the legendary assistant head coach Craig Patrick to the 1980 team, their “one game at a time” approach to 1980 olympics, how emotions were for the team leading into the championship game against the Russians, why the 1980 victory meant so much to people in the United States, what it was like to be the captain of the USA team, the shooting of the move “Miracle”, what life as like after the olympics for Mike Eruzione, and Mike's book he wrote depicting the events of the 1980 olympic team “The Making of a Miracle”. Punch in the promo code: alternatetake at SmoothMyBalls.com and earn 15% off! http://smoothmyballs.com/alternatetake & follow us on Instagram @alternatetakedr for updates on all of our new episodes and silly things we do. https://www.instagram.com/alternatetakedr/ https://twitter.com/MERUZIONE?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor https://goterriers.com/staff-directory/mike-eruzione/167 https://www.amazon.com/Making-Miracle-Captain-Medal-Winning-Olympic/dp/0062960954/ref=asc_df_0062960954/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=416850530051&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=3189207282022489825&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9031578&hvtargid=pla-871160860493&psc=1&tag=&ref=&adgrpid=95590146924&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvadid=416850530051&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=3189207282022489825&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9031578&hvtargid=pla-871160860493 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alternatetake/support
This week, Dr. Cecilia Han Springer with the Global China Initiative at Boston University's Global Development Policy Center joins Nikos Tsafos and Jane Nakano (CSIS Energy) to talk about announcements from China at last week's U.S. General Assembly meetings. Chinese President Xi Jinping said that the country would stop supporting (or building) new coal-fired power projects overseas and would move towards clean energy projects. Dr. Springer walks us through what this important announcement does and doesn't include, what it says about China's broader climate ambitions, implications for the Belt and Road Initiative, and how China will need to continue domestic efforts to reduce coal plants and lower emissions. for more on China's overseas coal finance, please check this: https://www.csis.org/analysis/chinas-commitment-stop-overseas-financing-new-coal-plants-perspective.
RockerMike and Rob interview The iconic Jack Davidson The accidental actor. Jack is one of America's busiest actors. Currently his career is burgeoning as STAND BY to SENIOR STARS. Now covering Ed Asner in Grace at the Cort Theater on Broadway and in 2011and 2012 he covered Stacy Keach in Other Desert Cities at Lincoln Center and on Broadway. In 2010, he played Roy in Chris Hanna's The New Pink at the Virginia Stage Company was in I Know and Wild Terrain at The Ensemble Studio Theatre and became a member of EST. Also was in Destination Alaska at the H.B. Studio Theatre. He filmed Morning Glory and Footloose 2. In 2008, he played Tobias in Edward Albee's A Delicate Balance for which he was nominated for an Elliot Norton award for outstanding actor and received the IRNE Award[Independent Reviewers of New England] as best actor in a play. He then played Uncle Ben in Death of a Salesman at the Chautauqua Theater Company and Watson Frye in Close Ties at the Ensemble Studio Theatre in New York City. He was in the National Tour of the Pulitzer Prize winning play, Take Me Out and has appeared in over twenty regional theaters in such plays as Long Day's Journey Into Night, Cat On a Hot Tin Roof, the Tempest, Oedipus The King, Picnic, Antony and Cleopatra, and Romeo and Juliet. Film credits include Gardening Tips For Housewives, The Autumn Heart, The Secret of My Success, Trading Places, Reuben Reuben, and Baby It's You. Television credits include Law & Order, Law & Order:Criminal Intent, The Wright Verdict, Law and Order, The Equalizer, Spenser for Hire, Cagney and Lacey, and all the New York based Soap Operas. He is a regular reader of short stories for Symphony Space/National Public Radio "Selected Shorts" program. Jack is father of Adam Davidson, NPR's award winning Host and Co-Founder of Planet Money and weekly Columnist for the New York Times Sunday Magazine and Paramount Picture's Vice President of Aquisition and Production Eben Davidson. A former Marine, Jack is a graduate of Boston University's School of Fine Arts. http://jackdavidson.com/Jack_Davidson/Bio.html https://westbeth.org/wordpress/westbeth-icons/jack-davidson/ https://m.imdb.com/name/nm0203352/ https://youtu.be/QgHToDMeoeU Please follow us on Youtube,Facebook,Instagram,Twitter,Patreon and at www.gettinglumpedup.com https://linktr.ee/RobRossi Get your T-shirt at https://www.prowrestlingtees.com/gettinglumpedup And https://www.bonfire.com/store/getting-lumped-up/ https://app.hashtag.expert/?fpr=roberto-rossi80 https://dc2bfnt-peyeewd4slt50d2x1b.hop.clickbank.net https://8bcded2xph1jdsb8mqp8th3y0n.hop.clickbank.net/?cbpage=nb Subscribe to the channel and hit the like button --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rob-rossi/support https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/getting-lumped-up-with-rob-rossi/id1448899708 https://open.spotify.com/show/00ZWLZaYqQlJji1QSoEz7a https://www.patreon.com/Gettinglumpedup #actorslife #actors #moviemaking #movie #movieedits #moviescenes #moviequotes #movies #moviestar #movienight --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rob-rossi/support
There is no question that our future will continue to be one of disruption. Either acute disruption, like COVID, or chronic disruption, like the emergence of digital technologies across industries and use cases. So the question isn't a matter of will there be disruption, but what do leaders do in response? Business Professor Gerald Kane of Boston University, along with his co-authors, found themselves in the middle of a pandemic conducting deep research through hundreds of interviews with executives that resulted in new scholarship around thriving through disruption. The book is the Transformation Myth, and Professor Kane sat down with Peter to discuss it.
Today I'm speaking to Laurence (Larry) Kotlikoff. Larry is a professor of economics at Boston University, a New York Times best-selling author, and the president of Economic Security Planning, where he works to produce powerful personal financial planning tools. For much of his career, including two Presidential runs in 2012 and 2016, he's been uniquely focused on personal finance and economic reform. He believes that we have the power to improve our individual economic futures, as well as our nation and our planet's–but that there are real challenges along the way. In today's conversation, Larry and I dig into the major problems facing the American economy in 2021, why higher taxes are all but inevitable (and why our government fails to tax so many people correctly), and how to evaluate Social Security to make the most of your potential benefits. One more thing before we get started. We've got a bunch of copies of Larry's book, Get What's Yours: The Secrets to Maxing Out Your Social Security, and we're going to send them out until they're all gone! Here's all you have to do... Step 1.) Subscribe to the podcast and leave an honest rating & review over on iTunes. Step 2.) Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your iTunes username and mailing address, and we will ship you the book for free. It's that simple! Show Notes: RetireWithPurpose.com/240 Rate & Review the Podcast: RetireWithPurpose.com/review Weekly Retirement Newsletter: RetireWithPurpose.com/weekend-reading
Today on East to West, we cover additional evidence regarding Eric Ruske, student complaints with ResLife, fluctuating COVID-19 cases in Massachusetts universities and more. FEATURING: Veronica Thompson, Katrina Liu, Bailey SalimesWRITTEN BY: Jit Ping Lee EDITED BY: Veronica ThompsonBASED ON DFP PIECES BY: Jesús Marrero Suárez, Lauren Rowlands, Sangmin Song, Jit Ping Lee, Aaron VelascoMUSIC:Acid Trumpet by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3340-acid-trumpet License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Backbay Lounge by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3408-backbay-lounge License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Ultralounge by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5010-ultralounge License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
We're fully in person and it shows! Today on East to West, we cover student concerns about crowding on campus, developments in BU StuGov's senate, Boston's designation of “Always Ask, Proud to Tell Day” and more. FEATURING: Veronica Thompson, Taylor Hawthorne, Mia ParkerWRITTEN BY: Veronica Thompson, Taylor Hawthorne, Mia Parker EDITED BY: Mia Parker BASED ON DFP PIECES BY: Emily Stevenson, Madhri Yehiya, Anna Vidergar, Phil London, Samuele Petruccelli, Cici YuMUSIC:Acid Trumpet by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3340-acid-trumpet License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Backbay Lounge by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3408-backbay-lounge License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Ultralounge by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5010-ultralounge License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
--On the Show: --Lee McIntyre, Research Fellow at the Center for Philosophy and History of Science at Boston University and author of the book "How to Talk to a Science Denier Conversations with Flat Earthers, Climate Deniers, and Others Who Defy Reason," joins David to discuss how to most effectively talk to science deniers and anti-vaxxers. Get the book: https://amzn.to/3zB7T3Q --Is President Joe Biden fumbling his response to the Haitian border situation, allowing his approval rating to drop further while giving Republicans oxygen to criticize him? --Desperate Fox News reporter Peter Doocy tries another gotcha question with White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, this time on the topic of the Haitian border situation --Notable discussions from the David Pakman Show subreddit, including about Tulsi Gabbard, COVID vs the 1918 flu, and much more --Former Trump advisor Steven Bannon admits that he was involved in planning the January 6 rally with Donald Trump as a means to hurt Joe Biden's presidency before it even started --Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene makes a mockery of the House of Representatives with meme-filled speech on the floor of the House --Former Donald Trump National Security Adviser Michael Flynn suggests that vaccines will be secretly put in salad dressing to get people to be vaccinated --Voicemail caller asks whether David will interview more people from the personal financial influencer/YouTube space --On the Bonus Show: McConnell & GOP denounce games while they play horrible games, Matthew McConaughey could be viable TX Gov candidate, McDonald's phasing out plastic toys, much more...
WE'RE BAAAAAACK! For our season 3 opener, we thought we'd go back to our roots...your three favorite podcasters, as wee babes, were once film and television students at Boston University. And what better way to celebrate that legacy than highlighting movies from BU Alums?! And what better alum to start with than Katie's favorite 1962 CFA graduate, Faye Dunaway? And what better film to highlight than the one that arguably killed her career, 1981's Mommie Dearest?! A bitter, harrowing look into the COMPLETE INSANITY that was SCREEN QUEEN Joan Crawford's life from 1939-1977, written from the point of view of her first adopted daughter, Christina Crawford. Based on the best-selling book of the same title, watch as Joan overcomes the insane amount of obstacles thrown at her on a daily basis: Children who just REFUSE to give all their toys away on their birthdays, who make ungodly messes, who won't help chop down rose bushes in the middle of the night, who won't eat rare steak when it's been left out for days, who have the AUDACITY to be anything more than FANS, boyfriends and husbands who have NEEDS, studios who won't give Joan her due respect...all this, and (say it with us) NO. WIRE. HANGERS. EVER! Welcome, dear listeners, to season 3 of Let Me Introduce You...this ain't our first time at the rodeo... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Bob Lachance is a nationally recognized speaker, mentor, and trainer who specializes in helping customers build their businesses through automation and outsourcing. Bob currently owns four businesses and helped start one of the nation's largest real estate coaching programs. A Bristol, CT native, Bob played ice hockey and went on to play at Boston University, playing a vital role in their 1995 National Championship. With only two classes left to graduate in his senior spring, he dropped out of school and signed a professional contract with the St Louis Blues Organization. Bob went on to play eight years professionally, 4 years in the US and 4 years in Europe.
Many people have struggled with their mental health during the pandemic, but still don’t always feel free to discuss it, especially at work. Stigma remains a problem and discussing your difficulties at all is off-limits. For many years in England a campaign called Time To Change tried to change attitudes and the evidence from that and other initiatives was used to launch campaigns in India, Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya and Uganda in 2019. Sue Baker, Mind’s International Health Advisor, and Rosemary Gathara, Director of Basic Needs, Basic Rights in Kenya discuss the findings of the campaigns with Claudia Hammond. Matt Fox, Professor of Global Epidemiology at Boston University in the US, joins Claudia to talk about the latest global picture of Covid, mask wearing at basketball games in the US and the Kindness Test. And they look at research that suggests too much free time is bad for us. Presenter: Claudia Hammond Producer: Erika Wright (Picture: A woman sitting in a room. Photo credit: Jasmin Merdan/Getty Images.)
Lee McIntyre, Research Fellow at the Center for Philosophy and History of Science at Boston University, Instructor in Ethics at Harvard Extension School and author of How to Talk to a Science Denier: Conversations with Flat Earthers, Climate Deniers, and Others Who Defy Reason, joined Sean on the show... Listen and subscribe to Moncrieff on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.
Carl joins us from Boston University. He shares with us how his path changed from pursuing the field medicine to that of philosophy and the classics. Ever since that pivot in his life, Carl has been dedicating his life to find the truth to our human existence. Over 40 years ago, he pioneered research on the Dionysian mysteries of ancient and classical Greece. He was shunned and ostracized by some of his peers, but pursuing the truth was always more important to Carl than being relevant to current dogmatic beliefs. In this discussion, Carl brings his decades of learning and wisdom from studying the shamanic roots of Western culture – roots that have been unpopular to discuss until very recently. We discuss what our ancient ancestors were discovering about our existence, the prominence of the feminine divine and the Hellenic and pagan roots of modern Christian religious practice …. And there's more: learning the reality of being what you are and also being what you think you are not and learning about how psychotropic medicines played an important part in the development of ancient Greek Philosophy, Mathematics and Art. In case you were wondering, we also discussed the dream state and the direct correlation to the out of body experiences that our Greek, Samothracian and Persian ancestors were actively pursuing to uncover their understanding to human consciousness. So much revealed in this discussion, and so little time … Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carl-ruck-90504118/ Website: https://www.bu.edu/classics/faculty-profiles/carl-ruck/ Books: https://www.amazon.com/s?k=carl+ruck&ref=nb_sb_noss_1 Behind Greatness website: www.inspirenorth.com/podcast Behind Greatness IG: @behindgreatnesspodcast & @inspire_north
For over two decades, Moshe Cohen has been helping people unlock their potential to negotiate more effectively, communicate more skillfully, lead more purposefully, and manage conflict more artfully. His book, Collywobbles: How to Negotiate When Negotiating Makes You Nervous, combines negotiation with emotional intelligence to help you overcome emotional barriers, apply your skills, and become a more effective negotiator. In 1995, Moshe founded The Negotiating Table and has been teaching at Boston University's Questrom School of Business since 2000. On this episode, we discussed why negotiation freaks people out so much, how you can prepare for your negotiations better, and why it's important that you do. Additionally, Matt talks about his favorite memory from when he was a student in Moshe's class at Boston University.
Meridith and Joseph have a podcast (Are You Waiting For Permission) dedicated to those of us who have stood on the edge, waiting for others to give us permission to pursue our dreams. Today, Joseph interviews Meridith and Joseph about their creative journeys as actors, coaches and podcasters.
Sunni and Lisa are joined by Warren Bidford to talk about her book, Hear My Voice/Escucha mi voz: The Testimonies of Children Detained at the Southern Border of the United States.Warren Binford is an international children's rights expert who is both a professor of law and a professor of pediatrics at the University of Colorado. She has traveled to over 70 countries and frequently works with children's organization worldwide to combat some of the toughest issues facing children and families in the 21st century, such as child exploitation and trafficking, children in armed conflict, children and families in migration, and more. She is known for her cross-disciplinary and solution-focused approaches to problems and has helped to build teams of doctors, lawyers, mental health professionals, artists, musicians, the media, documentarians, and others to focus their myriad talents together to help kids. Warren has a juris doctorate from Harvard Law School and a BA in Literature and Psychology, summa cum laude with distinction, and an Ed.M. in Early Childhood from Boston University. A former foster parent and inner-city teacher, she lives with her husband, children, horse, and rabbit in Oregon's Willamette Valley, and spends her free time hiking, backpacking, skiing, snowboarding, and occasionally, climbing mountains.Book description: The moving stories of children in migration—in their own words."In Spanish and in English, a devastating first-person account of children's experiences in detention at the southern U.S. border.... A powerful, critical document only made more heartbreaking in picture-book form." —Kirkus Reviews starred reviewEvery day, children in migration are detained at the US-Mexico border. They are scared, alone, and their lives are in limbo. Hear My Voice/Escucha mi voz shares the stories of 61 these children, from Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, Ecuador, and Mexico, ranging in age from five to seventeen—in their own words from actual sworn testimonies. Befitting the spirit of the project, the book is in English on one side; then flip it over, and there's a complete Spanish version.Illustrated by 17 Latinx artists, including Caldecott Medalist and multiple Pura Belpré Illustrator Award-winning Yuyi Morales and Pura Belpré Illustrator Award-winning Raὺl the Third. Includes information, questions, and action points. Buying this book benefits Project Amplify, an organization that supports children in migration.
Senior Fellow of the Claremont Institute and professor at Boston University, Angelo Codevilla was an incredible critical thinker an an asset of the Conservative movement. Sadly, he passed away on Sept. 21, 2021. We remember him by reciting his swan song and magnum opus on how to reform the republic of America. He understood that the MAGA movement wasn't created by Donald Trump, Trump was there to embrace the foundation that was set. Codevilla also saw how the movement needed to move beyond any cult of personality - you, the small citizen, are to answer the call to reinstate republicanism, but it isn't all about YOU! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adrianslade/support
On today's show, we're going all the way back to May 5th, 2014 when we did an exclusive interview with the legendary John Anthony West. This is perhaps our favorite interview we've ever done. John Anthony West was an American author, lecturer, guide, and proponent of the Sphinx water erosion hypothesis in geology. Influenced by R.A. Schwaller de Lubicz, in 1993 his work with Robert M. Schoch, a geologist and associate professor of natural science at the College of General Studies at Boston University was presented by Charlton Heston in an NBC special called “The Mystery of the Sphinx” that won a News & Documentary Emmy Award for Best Research and a nomination for Best Documentary. The documentary contends that the main type of weathering evident on the Great Sphinx and surrounding enclosure walls could only have been caused by prolonged and extensive rainfall during the time period from 10,000 to 5000 BCE and was carved out of limestone bedrock by an ancient advanced culture. This challenged the conventional dating of the carving of the statue circa 2500 BCE. West suggested that the Sphinx may be over twice as old as originally determined, whereas Schoch made a more conservative determination of between 5000 and 7000 BCE. All of this and more on this episode of Expanded Perspectives Classic Rewind! Show Notes: Serpent in the Sky: The High Wisdom of Ancient Egypt The Traveler's Key to Ancient Egypt: A Guide to Sacred Places Want to share your story? Email: email@example.com Hotline: 888-393-2783 Want to help out the show? Expanded Perspectives Elite Music: All music for Expanded Perspectives is provided by Epidemic Sound!
The Great Sphinx of Giza is among the most widely recognized monuments in the world, and arguably one of the most astounding testaments left to us by past cultures. Archaeology has revealed many details about the way of life in Egypt at the time of its construction, although a number of questions remain. Robert Schoch, Ph.D., is a Boston University geologist who has studied the Sphinx for decades. His work there beginning in the 1990s led him to believe that the age of the monument may be greater than historians generally believe, an idea that has fueled his search for further evidence of a "forgotten civilization" which may have existed earlier than is generally thought. We discuss all of this with Schoch, and his rationale for extending the age of Giza's Sphinx, on this edition of The Micah Hanks Program. The story doesn't end here... become an X Subscriber and get access to even more weekly content and monthly specials. Enjoy The Micah Hanks Program? Check out Micah's other podcasts here. Want to advertise/sponsor The Micah Hanks Program? We have partnered with the fine folks at Gumball to handle our advertising/sponsorship requests. If you would like to advertise with The Micah Hanks Program, all you have to do is click the link below to get started: Gumball: Advertise with The Micah Hanks Program Coronavirus Charities If you are able, please consider supporting the following charities that are offering relief for those affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Visit our Coronavirus Charities Page to learn more. Show Notes Below are links to stories and other content featured in this episode: NEWS: Tourists return to Egypt's resorts after months of restrictions ‘Mysteries of the Sphinx' returns to antiquity's favourite riddle Did Spacemen, or People with Ramps, Build the Pyramids? ROBERT SCHOCH: The Official Website of Robert M. Schoch Ph.D Forgotten Civilization and other books by Robert M. Schoch X Subscriber Sign-Up BECOME AN X SUBSCRIBER AND GET EVEN MORE GREAT PODCASTS AND MONTHLY SPECIALS FROM MICAH HANKS. Sign up today and get access to the entire back catalog of The Micah Hanks Program, as well as “classic” episodes of The Gralien Report Podcast, weekly “additional editions” of the subscriber-only X Podcast, the monthly Enigmas specials, and much more. Like us on Facebook Follow @MicahHanks on Twitter
Greg Luce is a Minnesota based attorney and a DC born adopted person. He is the founder of Adoptee Rights Law Center and the president of Adoptees United Inc. He is a graduate of Boston University and the University of Minnesota Law School. Greg helps adopted people navigate legal challenges in obtaining their own original birth certificated, securing U.S. citizenship, and seeking information to which they are entitled. He is also working to develop broader legal strategies to challenge existing legal frameworks that operate to deny adopted people basic and fundamental rights of identity.
— Grief changes you. You are a more sensitive person now. Most importantly, you understand that being alive is a miracle. Your miracle. Valeria Teles interviews Harriet Hodgson — the author of “Grief Doodling: Bringing Back Your Smiles.” Rochester, Minnesota resident Harriet Hodgson has been a freelance writer for 43 years, is the author of thousands of articles, and 42 books. Two new books are in production now. She has a BS from Wheelock College of Education and Human Development at Boston University, an MA from the University of Minnesota, and additional graduate training. After four family members died in 2007 the focus of Hodgson's work changed from health/wellness to grief healing, and she is the author of 10 grief resources. Hodgson cared for three generations of family members. When her disabled husband was dying, she searched for ways to de-stress. To her surprise, she found a half hour of doodling refreshed her and she was able to return to caregiving with new energy. If doodling helped her Hodgson figured it could help others. Hodgson is Assistant Editor of the Open to Hope website, a member of the Association of Health Care Journalists, Alliance of Independent Authors, Rave Reviews Book Club, Rave Writers International Society of Authors, and Minnesota Coalition for Death Education and Support. She has appeared on more than 190 talk radio shows, including CBS Radio, dozens of television stations, including CNN, and dozens of Blog Talk Radio programs. A popular guest, she has given presentations at public health, Alzheimer's, bereavement, and caregiving conferences. To learn more about Harriet Hodgson and her work, please visit: https://www.harriethodgson.com/ — This podcast is a quest for well-being, a quest for a meaningful life through the exploration of fundamental truths, enlightening ideas, insights on physical, mental, and spiritual health. The inspiration is Love. The aspiration is to awaken new ways of thinking that can lead us to a new way of being, being well.
Charlie Coyle has charted a unique path during his hockey career, having grown up in Weymouth, MA before playing college hockey at Boston University and ultimately being drafted into the NHL by the San Jose Sharks. He spent the first 6 seasons of his career playing for the Minnesota Wild before being traded to his hometown Boston Bruins in 2019. The 2021-22 season will be Charlie's third full season with the Bruins, and he will enter training camp this fall after spending the summer recovering from offseason knee surgery. As most hockey fans know, NHL players are often very quiet about the injuries they deal with during the season – and it isn't until after the playoffs end that you hear about all the aches and pains the athletes endured during the season. Charlie is no stranger to the brutality of the NHL season, and has been coming into our TB12 Performance & Recovery Center in Boston for treatment sessions throughout each of the last three seasons. He understands that you can't perform at a high level without a consistent focus on recovery, and has made pliability a key part of his preparation throughout the season.
Critical Race Theory boils down to not just a theory, but a worldview. And if you reject that worldview, you're labeled a racist, bigoted, mean-spirited, and ignorant. Here are just a few examples of that worldview: In the name of equity, UCLA law professor and critical race theorist Cheryl Harris has proposed suspending private property rights, seizing land and wealth, and redistributing them along racial lines. https://nypost.com/2021/05/06/what-critical-race-theory-is-really-about/ (https://nypost.com/2021/05/06/what-critical-race-theory-is-really-about/) Ibram X. Kendi, who directs the Center for Antiracist Research at Boston University, has proposed the creation of a federal Department of Antiracism. This department would be independent of (i.e., unaccountable to) the elected branches of government and would have the power to nullify, veto or abolish any law at any level of government and curtail the speech of political leaders and others deemed insufficiently “antiracist.” https://nypost.com/2021/05/06/what-critical-race-theory-is-really-about/ (https://nypost.com/2021/05/06/what-critical-race-theory-is-really-about/) One practical result of the creation of such a department would be the overthrow of capitalism, since, according to Kendi, “in order to truly be antiracist, you also have to truly be anticapitalist.” https://nypost.com/2021/05/06/what-critical-race-theory-is-really-about/ (https://nypost.com/2021/05/06/what-critical-race-theory-is-really-about/) Support this podcast
From December 12, 2019: Live from the #NatSecGirlSquad Conference in Washington, DC, on December 12, 2019, Benjamin Wittes sat down with Danielle Citron, professor of law at Boston University, VP of the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative, and MacArthur Genius Grant Fellow. Ben and Danielle talked about technology, sexual privacy, sextortion, and the previously unexplored intersections of feminism and cybersecurity.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.