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Boston Computation Club
06/19/22: Assessing Recycling, Displacement, and Environmental Impacts using an Economics-Informed Material System Model, with John Ryter

Boston Computation Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 51:43


John Ryter is my lead partner in Cambridge MA, a gnarly climber, and also a PhD student in materials science at MIT (aka MassTech) where he studies recycling using a unique combination of economic theory and environmental modeling. John's work has entertained me during countless climbing sessions and now it can equally enthrall you, via the magic of the Internet. We were very happy to have John present to the group, particularly since the audience contained a chemist, a physicist, and a geo-physicist, in addition to the standard array of derelict computer scientists (myself included). To read more about John's work, refer here. You can also watch this talk on YouTube, here.

The Inside Story Podcast
Can the rise in global displacement be reversed?

The Inside Story Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 21:52


100 million people around the world are now displaced. War, violence, persecution and rights abuses are some of the main causes. But can this rising trend be reversed? And if so, how? Join host Mohammed Jamjoom. Guests: Shabia Mantoo,  Spokesperson at UN Refugee Agency. Nando Sigona, Professor of International Migration at University of Birmingham and Director of Institute of Research into Superdiversity. Behrouz Boochani, Author and Former Refugee.

UN News
News in Brief 16 June 2022

UN News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 3:39


Forced displacement numbers exceed 100 million, says UNHCR Ireland leads push for explosive weapons curb in urban warfare settings Just 6 per cent of domestic workers have full social protection, says ILO

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast
One in every 78 people displaced

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 9:21


The United Nations refugee agency says the world has reached a dramatic new milestone with more than 100 million people or one per cent of the population displaced worldwide. Another way of putting it is if displaced persons were a country it would be the world's 14th most populous.

RN Drive - ABC RN
Reskilling miners, record levels of displacement and Brisbane moves to tax Air BnB

RN Drive - ABC RN

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 85:00


With intelligent and thought-provoking analysis, RN Drive goes behind the headlines to give you original insight into the world you live in. Keep up to date with federal politics, current affairs, arts, culture and the stories that are making Australia talk.

ThoughtWorks Podcast
Patterns of legacy displacement — Part two

ThoughtWorks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 45:10


In the second part of our exploration of legacy displacement, we look at the practicalities of making upgrades work, from strategies for decomposing huge monoliths into manageable chunks as well as the methods for delivering those parts now that you've broken your monolith up. 

The tastytrade network
The Skinny On Options Math - June 15, 2022 - Expected Move vs Mean Displacement

The tastytrade network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 21:47


When selecting strikes to sell options, it helps to have an idea what the average move for the underlying is like. But "the average" is misleading, and context can change what definition of average is relevant. Today, Jacob joins Tom and Tony to untangle different concepts of an average and see what the market views as the average move in light of the efficient market hypothesis.

The tastytrade network
The Skinny On Options Math - June 15, 2022 - Expected Move vs Mean Displacement

The tastytrade network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 22:38


When selecting strikes to sell options, it helps to have an idea what the average move for the underlying is like. But "the average" is misleading, and context can change what definition of average is relevant. Today, Jacob joins Tom and Tony to untangle different concepts of an average and see what the market views as the average move in light of the efficient market hypothesis.

Breakfast with Refilwe Moloto
Mayor on City's response to storm damage and displacement

Breakfast with Refilwe Moloto

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 10:24


Mayor Geordin Hill Lewis speaks to Refilwe Moloto about how the City is responding to the needs of informal settlements and other vulnerable areas, following two days of battering rains and storm winds. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Budo: The Way of the Warrior Podcast
Episode 85: "Confucian Self-Displacement: The Seed of Kokyu and Aiki"

Budo: The Way of the Warrior Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 11:23


In this episode, recorded on the mat, Valadez Sensei answer's a Deshi's question on how to do Kokyu. Related Video: https://fb.watch/dAZftPobSE/ Please also donate toward our efforts via Patreon. Your assistance is greatly needed and greatly appreciated: www.patreon.com/SenshinCenter Please visit our website for additional information, writings, and videos: www.senshincenter.com Please follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/senshincenter Please subscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/senshinone

AES Drilling Fluids | Better Fluids Equal Better Wells
Episode 162 | WBM to OBM Displacement

AES Drilling Fluids | Better Fluids Equal Better Wells

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 33:53


Flipping things around from last week, what are things to think about when you are drilling with brine and decide to make the change to oil-based mud?

Berkeley Talks
Climate displacement and remaking the built environment

Berkeley Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 86:52


In Berkeley Talks episode 143, a panel of UC Berkeley experts discuss climate displacement — what it means to abandon places, the power dynamics between the Global South and the Global North, challenges for both the sending and receiving regions, and what needs to happen to address this fast-growing problem.Panelists include faculty members from Berkeley's new cluster in climate equity and environmental justice:Maya Carrasquillo, civil and environmental engineeringDaniel Aldana Cohen, sociologyZoe Hamstead, city and regional planningDanielle Rivera, landscape architecture and environmental planning Moderated by Karen Chapple, director of Berkeley's Urban Displacement Project and the University of Toronto's School of CitiesThis April 25 event is part of Cal Performances' Illuminations: Place and Displacement series.Listen to the episode and read a transcript on Berkeley News.Follow Berkeley Talks and review us on Apple Podcasts.Photo by Pablo Paredes.Music by Blue Dot Sessions. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Keep Firing The Podcast
QuickFire 6-3-22 | Mo'Nique, Mass Shootings, & Displacement

Keep Firing The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 6:40


In this edition of QuickFire, D. Taylor talks about the concept of displacement and how it applies to recent events.Source:  https://www.verywellmind.com/what-is-displacement-in-psychology-4587375

AES Drilling Fluids | Better Fluids Equal Better Wells
Episode 161 | OBM to WBM Displacement

AES Drilling Fluids | Better Fluids Equal Better Wells

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 19:50


Consider a scenario where you are losing valuable oil-based mud while drilling. What are some of the risks to swapping to brine to reduce your losses?

ThoughtWorks Podcast
Patterns of legacy displacement — Part one

ThoughtWorks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 45:02


Updating legacy systems has been a common feature of enterprise IT. But — strangler-fig pattern aside — there's little written about how to do it effectively. We explore the ideas of legacy replacement — and even legacy displacement — with a group of colleagues that are writing an article series on the topic for martinfowler.com. In the first episode of this two-part series, we look how they've come up with patterns for legacy displacement.

Going North Podcast
Ep. 515 – “From Food Stamps to 7-Figure Mompreneur” with Iva Paleckova (@IvaPaleckova)

Going North Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 42:23


Businesses don't turn into unicorns when you hit 7-figures.Today's featured bestselling author is visionary leader, transformation enthusiast, and Executive Coach for Entrepreneurs, Iva Paleckova. Iva and I talk about her journey to generating 7-figures of revenue in her coaching business after becoming a single mom, why business is an internal battle as much as an external one, and more!! Key Things You'll Learn:What forced Iva to become an entrepreneur.How she overcame her lack of self-confidence early in her entrepreneurial journey.The 3 Things You Need to Build a BusinessSome mistakes that entrepreneurs make in the beginning that you must avoid to become successful. Iva's Site: https://www.ivapaleckova.com/Iva's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Dust-Off-Rise-Restaurant-Leadership/dp/1627472959/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3QSU5594LN3KP&keywords=Iva+Paleckova&qid=1653893637&sprefix=iva+paleckova%2Caps%2C97&sr=8-1Iva's Podcast, “The Sovereign Entrepreneur Show”: https://podcasts.apple.com/ie/podcast/the-sovereign-entrepreneur-show/id1499400123 The opening track is titled “Amor Vencer” from Subterranean Sessions by MadXRuler (formally known as Ruler Inc.). Capture this tune and the whole album by clicking the following link. https://madxruler.bandcamp.com/track/amor-vencer-flight You May Also Like… Ep. 328 – “The Greatest Secret” with Hale Dwoskin (@sedonamethod): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-328-the-greatest-secret-with-hale-dwoskin-sedonamethod/ Ep. 444 – “Achieve with Grace” with Theresa Lambert: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-444-achieve-with-grace-with-theresa-lambert/ #M2M Bonus Ep. – “A Mother's Mission to Save Her Child” with Deborah Beauvais (@DV7radio): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/m2m-bonus-ep-a-mothers-mission-to-save-her-child-with-deborah-beauvais-dv7radio/ Ep. 416 – “From Abuse & Displacement to Triumph” with Angela Sewell (@AngelwingsAs): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-416-from-abuse-displacement-to-triumph-with-angela-sewell-angelwingsas/ #M2M Bonus – “A Significant Fork” with Mehdi Bouneb (@Mehdi_lba): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/m2m-bonus-a-significant-fork-with-mehdi-bouneb-mehdi_lba/ Ep. 359 – “Think Yourself Confident & Successful” with Nathalie Plamondon-Thomas (@thinkyourselfAc): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-359-think-yourself-confident-successful-with-nathalie-plamondon-thomas-thinkyourselfac/ Ep. 488.5 – “Create, Innovate & Dominate” with Tracy Hazzard (@hazzdesign): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-4885-create-innovate-dominate-with-tracy-hazzard-hazzdesign/ 194 – “A Badass Butterfly Conversion” with Rev. Dr. Jane Galloway: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/194-a-badass-butterfly-conversion-with-rev-dr-jane-galloway-chaostoclarity/ 265 – “Hitting Rock Middle” with Sallie Holder (@SallieHolder17): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/265-hitting-rock-middle-with-sallie-holder-sallieholder17/ 284 – “Choose You” with Meagan Fettes (@MeaganFettes): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/284-choose-you-with-meagan-fettes-meaganfettes/ 275 – “How Thoughts Become Things” with Dr. Marina Bruni (@DrMarinaBruni): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/275-how-thoughts-become-things-with-dr-marina-bruni-drmarinabruni/ 212 – “From a Mess to Amazing” with Trina Martin (@TrinaLMartin): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/212-from-a-mess-to-amazing-with-trina-martin-trinalmartin/ Ep. 477 – “P.S. You're a Genius” with Kelly Trach (@kellytrach): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-477-ps-youre-a-genius-with-kelly-trach-kellytrach/ Ep. 491 – “Intentionally Fabulous” with Kelli Calabrese: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-491-intentionally-fabulous-with-kelli-calabrese/

Sisters In Conversation
S3E9 - Christy Chitengu, Constitutional Court Foreign Clerk

Sisters In Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 63:31


Christy Chitengu holds a Bachelor of Arts in law and Development Studies as well as an LLB degree from the University of Johannesburg. Christy is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Migration and Displacement fulltime at the University of the Witwatersrand's African Centre for Migration Studies as a Mandela Rhodes Scholar. She is also a constitutional court foreign law clerk to Justice Majiedt. Christy Chitengu is an activist at heart and throughout her undergraduate studies, she worked at Section 27 and Lawyers for Human Rights focusing on access to education, healthcare as well as migrant and refugee rights. Christy has published opinion pieces in the Saturday Star, Daily Maverick and New Age wherein she addresses racism, healthy eating and the literacy crisis in schools, her most recent piece was on second class citizenship and the challenges thereof. In her down time Christy enjoys sharing Youtube videos on her channel about how non-South Africans apply for South African citizenship, study visa's as well as obtain funding for tertiary education in South Africa, link: https://youtube.com/channel/UCkv9J0Fs2WJY-HrcziQTyGA You can reach out to Christy on Instagram @christy_chitengu Please don't forget to rate and review the show so more people can learn from our conversations. Visit our website on: www.sisterinlaw.co.za and follow us on Instagram and Twitter @sister_in_law_ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tebello-motshwane/message

UCL Uncovering Politics
Population Displacement

UCL Uncovering Politics

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 33:36


Displacement of civilian populations is a feature of politics in many parts of the world. War is perhaps the most familiar driver of displacement – we have seen that, of course, on a tragic scale in Ukraine in recent months. But other factors lead people to leave their homes too, including government development policies and the effects of climate change. And displacement also has profound effects: on the people involved most directly; but also on the dynamics of conflict and of politics more broadly. To discuss population displacement, UCL Uncovering Politics is joined by two students from the Department of Political Science: Sigrid Weber and Pasan Jayasinghe. Sigrid and Pasan are currently researching population displacement for their PhDs, in Iraq and Sri Lanka respectively.Mentioned in this episode:S. Weber., 'Controlling a Moving World: Territorial Control, Displacement and the Spread of Civilian Targeting in Iraq', Unpublished PhD chapterP. Jayasinghe., 'A History of Resettlement and Electoral Administration in Sri Lanka', Unpublished PhD chapter

Global 3000: The Globalization Program
A highway through the City of the Dead

Global 3000: The Globalization Program

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 3:26


Cairo's necropolis is not just a testament to Egypt's rich history, it's also the home of hundreds of poor families. Now large parts of the City of the Dead are to be sacrificed for a new highway.

Rebel Girls Book Club
Displacement

Rebel Girls Book Club

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 42:46


This week Harmony and Maggie read the graphic novel Displacement by Kiku Hughes. We talk about generational and community trauma, the erasure of history, and healing. In This Episode: Displacement by Kiku Hughes What We're Reading: Caramelo by Sandra Cisneros White Smoke by Tiffany D. Jackson She Gets The Girl by Rachael Lippincott and Alyson Derrick To follow our episode schedule, go here https://rebelgirlsbook.club/read-along-with-the-show/ Follow our social media pages on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/rgbcpod/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/RebelGirlsBookClub/ Goodreads https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/101801516-rebel-girls and Twitter https://twitter.com/RebelGirlsBook1 , Or you can email us at RebelGirlsBookClub@gmail.com. Our theme song is by The Gays, and our image is by Mari Talor Renaud-Krutulis. Rebel Girls Book Club is part of the Frolic Podcast Network. You can find more outstanding podcasts to subscribe to at Frolic.media/podcasts! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rgbc/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rgbc/support

The Todd Herman Show
I believe in DISPLACEMENT theory - do you? Episode 122 - Hour 2 Vote Frau

The Todd Herman Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 55:40


THE THESIS: Leftist Party States have let illegal immigrants and other non-citizens vote in elections. Any who is paying attention can see what has become of former states like Washington, California, Oregon and New York with all leftist governments. They are a drain on the entire Country and their policies are cancers that eat into the Nation's laws. It is absolute sophistry to pretend municipal elections do not effect the Country and equally simple-minded to pretend the Leftist portion of The Party is using Open Borders and elections where illegals can vote to drive their Cultural Revolution.  THE SCRIPTURE & SCRIPTURAL RESOURCES:  Leviticus 19:35-36 35 “‘Do not use dishonest standards when measuring length, weight or quantity. 36 Use honest scales and honest weights, an honest ephah and an honest hin. I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of Egypt. Titus 1:7-14 For an overseer, as God's steward, must be above reproach. He must not be arrogant or quick-tempered or a drunkard or violent or greedy for gain, but hospitable, a lover of good, self-controlled, upright, holy, and disciplined. He must hold firm to the trustworthy word as taught, so that he may be able to give instruction in sound doctrine and also to rebuke those who contradict it. For there are many who are insubordinate, empty talkers and deceivers, especially those of the circumcision party. They must be silenced, since they are upsetting whole families by teaching for shameful gain what they ought not to teach. … THE NEWS & COMMENT: BLOCK 1 Sussmann-Durham trial: Prosecution says Clinton lawyer used FBI to create an 'October surprise' against Trump; The prosecution and defense delivered opening arguments in the case against Sussmann on Tuesday The Shape-Shifting DC Dark Money Group Disguising Liberal Campaigns Across the Country The AP is effectively the same thing: “Republicans aiming to retake control of Congress have blamed Democrats for high inflation, expensive gas, migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border and violent crime. Now, the baby formula shortage is becoming the GOP's latest attack on President Biden.” [AUDIO] - Jerry Nadler accidentally admits the truth: they are importing people who will vote for more China-model Corporate Communism [AUDIO] -  Colbert Declares Half of Republicans Agree With Buffalo Shooter [AUDIO] -  O'Donnell: Murdoch Did More Damage to U.S. Than Any Immigrant in The World BLOCK 2 [AUDIO] - The racist woman who believes the 2016 election was stolen and who has her job as White House Press Secretary because she is same-sex attracted and black, struggles to answer a question Peter Doocey asked about inflation [AUDIO] -  Nina Jankowicz appears with Dmitri Alperovich of Crowdstrike Russiagate infamy.  Nina claims Trump curries favor with Putin and trusts Putin over his own intel staff and is a huge worry for the election.  Plus Dmitri on DNC and Vaccine hacks etc. [AUDIO] -  Wasn't it CrowdStrike that was part of Hillary Clinton's Dark-Opps tech team? BLOCK 3 [AUDIO] - Whoopi says people who want election integrity use racist code-words Like this, Whoopi? [AUDIO] -  Soros-Funded Aspen Institute Guest: Post-Roe Women Will Be Subject to ‘Uterus Surveillance' See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

UnderCurrents
Power for refugees: Cooking

UnderCurrents

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 56:03


Power for refugees is a new two-part podcast on the Undercurrents podcast feed. Over two episodes Ben explores an often-overlooked aspect of humanitarian assistance: access to energy. From Afghanistan to Ukraine to Sudan - the world is grappling with the consequences that emerge when people are forced to flee from their homes. One factor that does not usually make the headlines is that many people displaced by conflict or natural disasters lack access to the energy services that are necessary for forging dignified lives and livelihoods.  This second episode examines efforts to provide alternative fuel for cooking in displaced settings in Kenya, Niger and Rwanda, shedding light on what has worked and what has not. Approximately 81% of refugees rely on basic fuels like wood for cooking. This brings about major difficulties for refugees and the environment, such as illness-inducing fumes from burning wood, the threat of violence to the women and girls who travel often long distances to collect wood, and deforestation. Since 2015, Chatham House has been researching this issue and convening dialogues to spur action by humanitarians, energy companies and others. Our seminal Heat, Light and Power report provided the first ever comprehensive assessment of access to energy in refugee camps and urban areas with high numbers of refugees. This two-part podcast is part of the Renewable Energy for Refugees project. Led by Practical Action, the project provides access to affordable and sustainable sources of renewable energy, and improves the health, wellbeing and security of refugees and neighbouring communities. Credits: Speakers: Suzy Huber (Inyenyeri), Benoit Moreno (UNHCR Niger), Syrus Mutua (Sanivation) Host: Ben Horton Editor: Jamie Reed Sound Services Recorded and produced by Chatham House

Chatham House - Undercurrents
Power for refugees: Cooking

Chatham House - Undercurrents

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 56:03


Power for refugees is a new two-part podcast on the Undercurrents podcast feed. Over two episodes Ben explores an often-overlooked aspect of humanitarian assistance: access to energy. From Afghanistan to Ukraine to Sudan - the world is grappling with the consequences that emerge when people are forced to flee from their homes. One factor that does not usually make the headlines is that many people displaced by conflict or natural disasters lack access to the energy services that are necessary for forging dignified lives and livelihoods.  This second episode examines efforts to provide alternative fuel for cooking in displaced settings in Kenya, Niger and Rwanda, shedding light on what has worked and what has not. Approximately 81% of refugees rely on basic fuels like wood for cooking. This brings about major difficulties for refugees and the environment, such as illness-inducing fumes from burning wood, the threat of violence to the women and girls who travel often long distances to collect wood, and deforestation. Since 2015, Chatham House has been researching this issue and convening dialogues to spur action by humanitarians, energy companies and others. Our seminal Heat, Light and Power report provided the first ever comprehensive assessment of access to energy in refugee camps and urban areas with high numbers of refugees. This two-part podcast is part of the Renewable Energy for Refugees project. Led by Practical Action, the project provides access to affordable and sustainable sources of renewable energy, and improves the health, wellbeing and security of refugees and neighbouring communities. Credits: Speakers: Suzy Huber (Inyenyeri), Benoit Moreno (UNHCR Niger), Syrus Mutua (Sanivation) Host: Ben Horton Editor: Jamie Reed Sound Services Recorded and produced by Chatham House

Health Made Easy with Dr. Jason Jones
What Causes TMJD: Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction

Health Made Easy with Dr. Jason Jones

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 5:14


Causes of TMJD - Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction - Dr. Jason Jones Elizabeth City NC, Chiropractor Around 12% of people in the US experience TMJD – temporomandibular joint dysfunction at any one time. Statistics show that women are more affected than men. And 9 women to every 1 man experience restricted jaw movement in their lifetime. Understand the causes of TMJD, however, is important to help you manage the condition. You need to know factors that predispose you to TMJD and the common symptoms to watch out for. In this article, we shall be showing you the common causes of TMJD and other relevant details you should know. But first let's briefly revise the meaning of TMJ and TMJD. What are TMJ and TMJD? TMJ or temporomandibular joint is a hinge that connects your jawbone to your cheekbones. You have one TMJ on each side of your jaw and it allows for the movement required for talking and chewing. Since these joints allow for movement of your jaw from side to side as well as up and down, they represent one of the most complex joints in the body. TMJD or temporomandibular joint dysfunction are conditions that affect TMJ and cause pain in your jaw joint and muscles controlling jaw movement. What are the causes of TMJD? The exact cause of an individual's TMJD may be hard to determine. Doctors believe symptoms arise from problems with the jaw muscles or parts of the joint itself. However, some factors could trigger pains, including arthritis or jaw injury, or genetics. Some other causes of TMJD include: Heavy trauma to your jaw from an accident Improper bite Displacement of the disc between the ball and socket Tightening your facial and jaw muscles due to stress Pressure on the TMJ from grinding or clenching your teeth Sinus problems, gum disease, and tooth decay What are the common symptoms of TMJD? If you have TMJD, you tend to experience both temporary or chronic pain and discomfort. However, diagnosis is important, since there are many signs and symptoms that may point to “temporomandibular joint.” Here are a few of the most common signs and symptoms of TMJD: Headaches Jaw dislocation Neck aches Earaches Stiff or locked jaw in the open and close mouth position Clicking, grating, or popping sound in the joint when you open your mouth or close it Dental occlusion (the way the upper and lower jaw or teeth fit together. Being unable to open your mouth very wide Tenderness or pain around the face, ear, neck, or shoulders when chewing, speaking, or opening your mouth.                                                                                                      Keep in mind that noises or clicking that occur when you move your jaw are not always associated with TMJD. It is only when the sounds are accompanied by pain or restricted movement of the jaw that it can be described as TMJD. Most times, TMJD resolve on their own after a couple of months and symptoms are mild with minimal inconvenience. But in some severe cases, TMJD can be serious and long lasting. You can consult Dr. Jason Jones at our chiropractic office at Elizabeth City, NC, to learn about other potential causes of TMJD and natural solutions you can embrace to enjoy relief.

StateImpact Oklahoma Report
'Oklahoma doesn't want us': Families grapple with looming displacement from turnpike

StateImpact Oklahoma Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 4:43


On February 22, Governor Kevin Stitt announced plans for the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority to embark on a $5 billion, 15-year project to expand Oklahoma's turnpike network. Two families facing displacement from the turnpike project told their stories to StateImpact's Beth Wallis. In Part 2, you'll hear the story of Darla and Cedric LeBlanc, a Norman family whose home and horticulture business sits in the path of the proposed South Extension route. Beth Wallis visited the family's home, where they were hosting an Easter egg hunt.

Today's RDH Dental Hygiene Podcast
Audio Article: TMJ Disc Displacement - Hygienist Finally Seeks Care after Year of Self-treatment

Today's RDH Dental Hygiene Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 10:45


TMJ Disc Displacement: Hygienist Finally Seeks Care after Year of Self-treatment By Lara James, RDH Original article published on Today's RDH: https://www.todaysrdh.com/tmj-disc-displacement-hygienist-finally-seeks-care-after-year-of-self-treatment/ This audio article is sponsored by LISTERINE®. Check out the exciting new research that shows LISTERINE® Antiseptic is 4.6x more effective than floss for sustained plaque reduction above the gumline*1. Learn more at https://rdh.tv/attackplaque Need CE? Start earning CE credits today at https://rdh.tv/ce Get daily dental hygiene articles at https://www.todaysrdh.com Follow Today's RDH on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TodaysRDH/ Follow Kara RDH on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DentalHygieneKaraRDH/ Follow Kara RDH on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kara_rdh/ *Flossing by a dental hygienist. Sustained plaque reduction after dental prophylaxis 1. Reference: Bosma ML, McGuire JA, Sunkara A, Sullivan P, Yoder A, Milleman J, Milleman K. Efficacy of professional flossing, supervised flossing and mouth rinsing regimens on plaque and gingivitis: a 12-week, randomized clinical trial. Accepted manuscript. J Dent Hyg.

New Books in Latin American Studies
Lorena Cuya Gavilano, "Fictions of Migration: Narratives of Displacement in Peru and Bolivia" (Ohio State UP, 2021)

New Books in Latin American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 70:09


In this episode of the New Books in Latin America podcast, Kenneth Sánchez spoke with Lorena Cuya Gavilano about her interesting new book Fictions of Migration: Narratives of Displacement in Peru and Bolivia published in 2021 by the Ohio State University Press. This book analyses the impact of political and economic trends on migration narratives and films in Peru and Bolivia in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. It is a critical exploration of the affects and epistemologies of migration in Peru and Bolivia through cultural productions such as films, novels, and short stories in the context of regional neoliberal re-arrangements. Dr. Cuya Gavilano is an Assistant Professor of Latin American Cultures at Arizona State University. Her areas of specialization are migration studies, film analysis, contemporary Latin American Cultural Studies, and Human Geography. Kenneth Sánchez is a Peruvian journalist that works as a freelance journalist and as a multi-platform content curator for the Peruvian media outlet Comité de Lectura. He is a host of the New Books in Latin American Studies podcast and the movies & entertainment podcast Segundo Plano. He holds a master's degree in Latin American Politics from University College London (UCL), is a Centre for Investigative Journalism masterclass alumni and is part of the 6th generation of Young Journalists of #LaRedLatam of Distintas Latitudes. He has won several awards including the prestigious Amnesty Media Award given out by Amnesty International UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latin-american-studies

New Books in History
Paul Conrad, "The Apache Diaspora: Four Centuries of Displacement and Survival" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 63:36


In The Apache Diaspora: Four Centuries of Displacement and Survival (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021), Paul Conrad brings to life the stories of displaced Apaches and the kin from whom they were separated. Conrad uses the lens of “diaspora” to analyze four centuries of Ndé/Apache history, from their initial interactions with Europeans in the sixteenth century to the early twentieth century, when several dozen Apaches returned to the Southwest –if not to their ancestral lands, after decades of forced exile. The case for an Apache diaspora is persuasively demonstrated throughout with illustrative examples drawn from a wide array of secondary and primary sources, including original documents from repositories in the U.S., Mexico, and Spain. Conrad charts Apaches' efforts to survive or return home from places as far-flung as Cuba and Pennsylvania, Mexico City and Montreal. While deeply analytical, Conrad enlivens his narrative with meaningful stories, such as the arrival of the first shipment of Apaches to Havana in 1784, and evocative vignettes, for instance, of life on the reservations in the 1870s. Joaquín Rivaya-Martínez es profesor de Historia en Texas State University. Sus intereses académicos incluyen la etnohistoria, los pueblos indígenas de las Grandes Llanuras y el Suroeste de EE.UU., la frontera México-EE.UU. y la América hispánica. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
Lorena Cuya Gavilano, "Fictions of Migration: Narratives of Displacement in Peru and Bolivia" (Ohio State UP, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 70:09


In this episode of the New Books in Latin America podcast, Kenneth Sánchez spoke with Lorena Cuya Gavilano about her interesting new book Fictions of Migration: Narratives of Displacement in Peru and Bolivia published in 2021 by the Ohio State University Press. This book analyses the impact of political and economic trends on migration narratives and films in Peru and Bolivia in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. It is a critical exploration of the affects and epistemologies of migration in Peru and Bolivia through cultural productions such as films, novels, and short stories in the context of regional neoliberal re-arrangements. Dr. Cuya Gavilano is an Assistant Professor of Latin American Cultures at Arizona State University. Her areas of specialization are migration studies, film analysis, contemporary Latin American Cultural Studies, and Human Geography. Kenneth Sánchez is a Peruvian journalist that works as a freelance journalist and as a multi-platform content curator for the Peruvian media outlet Comité de Lectura. He is a host of the New Books in Latin American Studies podcast and the movies & entertainment podcast Segundo Plano. He holds a master's degree in Latin American Politics from University College London (UCL), is a Centre for Investigative Journalism masterclass alumni and is part of the 6th generation of Young Journalists of #LaRedLatam of Distintas Latitudes. He has won several awards including the prestigious Amnesty Media Award given out by Amnesty International UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Native American Studies
Paul Conrad, "The Apache Diaspora: Four Centuries of Displacement and Survival" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books in Native American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 63:36


In The Apache Diaspora: Four Centuries of Displacement and Survival (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021), Paul Conrad brings to life the stories of displaced Apaches and the kin from whom they were separated. Conrad uses the lens of “diaspora” to analyze four centuries of Ndé/Apache history, from their initial interactions with Europeans in the sixteenth century to the early twentieth century, when several dozen Apaches returned to the Southwest –if not to their ancestral lands, after decades of forced exile. The case for an Apache diaspora is persuasively demonstrated throughout with illustrative examples drawn from a wide array of secondary and primary sources, including original documents from repositories in the U.S., Mexico, and Spain. Conrad charts Apaches' efforts to survive or return home from places as far-flung as Cuba and Pennsylvania, Mexico City and Montreal. While deeply analytical, Conrad enlivens his narrative with meaningful stories, such as the arrival of the first shipment of Apaches to Havana in 1784, and evocative vignettes, for instance, of life on the reservations in the 1870s. Joaquín Rivaya-Martínez es profesor de Historia en Texas State University. Sus intereses académicos incluyen la etnohistoria, los pueblos indígenas de las Grandes Llanuras y el Suroeste de EE.UU., la frontera México-EE.UU. y la América hispánica. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/native-american-studies

New Books in American Studies
Paul Conrad, "The Apache Diaspora: Four Centuries of Displacement and Survival" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 63:36


In The Apache Diaspora: Four Centuries of Displacement and Survival (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021), Paul Conrad brings to life the stories of displaced Apaches and the kin from whom they were separated. Conrad uses the lens of “diaspora” to analyze four centuries of Ndé/Apache history, from their initial interactions with Europeans in the sixteenth century to the early twentieth century, when several dozen Apaches returned to the Southwest –if not to their ancestral lands, after decades of forced exile. The case for an Apache diaspora is persuasively demonstrated throughout with illustrative examples drawn from a wide array of secondary and primary sources, including original documents from repositories in the U.S., Mexico, and Spain. Conrad charts Apaches' efforts to survive or return home from places as far-flung as Cuba and Pennsylvania, Mexico City and Montreal. While deeply analytical, Conrad enlivens his narrative with meaningful stories, such as the arrival of the first shipment of Apaches to Havana in 1784, and evocative vignettes, for instance, of life on the reservations in the 1870s. Joaquín Rivaya-Martínez es profesor de Historia en Texas State University. Sus intereses académicos incluyen la etnohistoria, los pueblos indígenas de las Grandes Llanuras y el Suroeste de EE.UU., la frontera México-EE.UU. y la América hispánica. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books Network
Paul Conrad, "The Apache Diaspora: Four Centuries of Displacement and Survival" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 63:36


In The Apache Diaspora: Four Centuries of Displacement and Survival (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021), Paul Conrad brings to life the stories of displaced Apaches and the kin from whom they were separated. Conrad uses the lens of “diaspora” to analyze four centuries of Ndé/Apache history, from their initial interactions with Europeans in the sixteenth century to the early twentieth century, when several dozen Apaches returned to the Southwest –if not to their ancestral lands, after decades of forced exile. The case for an Apache diaspora is persuasively demonstrated throughout with illustrative examples drawn from a wide array of secondary and primary sources, including original documents from repositories in the U.S., Mexico, and Spain. Conrad charts Apaches' efforts to survive or return home from places as far-flung as Cuba and Pennsylvania, Mexico City and Montreal. While deeply analytical, Conrad enlivens his narrative with meaningful stories, such as the arrival of the first shipment of Apaches to Havana in 1784, and evocative vignettes, for instance, of life on the reservations in the 1870s. Joaquín Rivaya-Martínez es profesor de Historia en Texas State University. Sus intereses académicos incluyen la etnohistoria, los pueblos indígenas de las Grandes Llanuras y el Suroeste de EE.UU., la frontera México-EE.UU. y la América hispánica. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Literary Studies
Lorena Cuya Gavilano, "Fictions of Migration: Narratives of Displacement in Peru and Bolivia" (Ohio State UP, 2021)

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 70:09


In this episode of the New Books in Latin America podcast, Kenneth Sánchez spoke with Lorena Cuya Gavilano about her interesting new book Fictions of Migration: Narratives of Displacement in Peru and Bolivia published in 2021 by the Ohio State University Press. This book analyses the impact of political and economic trends on migration narratives and films in Peru and Bolivia in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. It is a critical exploration of the affects and epistemologies of migration in Peru and Bolivia through cultural productions such as films, novels, and short stories in the context of regional neoliberal re-arrangements. Dr. Cuya Gavilano is an Assistant Professor of Latin American Cultures at Arizona State University. Her areas of specialization are migration studies, film analysis, contemporary Latin American Cultural Studies, and Human Geography. Kenneth Sánchez is a Peruvian journalist that works as a freelance journalist and as a multi-platform content curator for the Peruvian media outlet Comité de Lectura. He is a host of the New Books in Latin American Studies podcast and the movies & entertainment podcast Segundo Plano. He holds a master's degree in Latin American Politics from University College London (UCL), is a Centre for Investigative Journalism masterclass alumni and is part of the 6th generation of Young Journalists of #LaRedLatam of Distintas Latitudes. He has won several awards including the prestigious Amnesty Media Award given out by Amnesty International UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

New Books in the American West
Paul Conrad, "The Apache Diaspora: Four Centuries of Displacement and Survival" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books in the American West

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 63:36


In The Apache Diaspora: Four Centuries of Displacement and Survival (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021), Paul Conrad brings to life the stories of displaced Apaches and the kin from whom they were separated. Conrad uses the lens of “diaspora” to analyze four centuries of Ndé/Apache history, from their initial interactions with Europeans in the sixteenth century to the early twentieth century, when several dozen Apaches returned to the Southwest –if not to their ancestral lands, after decades of forced exile. The case for an Apache diaspora is persuasively demonstrated throughout with illustrative examples drawn from a wide array of secondary and primary sources, including original documents from repositories in the U.S., Mexico, and Spain. Conrad charts Apaches' efforts to survive or return home from places as far-flung as Cuba and Pennsylvania, Mexico City and Montreal. While deeply analytical, Conrad enlivens his narrative with meaningful stories, such as the arrival of the first shipment of Apaches to Havana in 1784, and evocative vignettes, for instance, of life on the reservations in the 1870s. Joaquín Rivaya-Martínez es profesor de Historia en Texas State University. Sus intereses académicos incluyen la etnohistoria, los pueblos indígenas de las Grandes Llanuras y el Suroeste de EE.UU., la frontera México-EE.UU. y la América hispánica. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-west

New Books in Film
Lorena Cuya Gavilano, "Fictions of Migration: Narratives of Displacement in Peru and Bolivia" (Ohio State UP, 2021)

New Books in Film

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 70:09


In this episode of the New Books in Latin America podcast, Kenneth Sánchez spoke with Lorena Cuya Gavilano about her interesting new book Fictions of Migration: Narratives of Displacement in Peru and Bolivia published in 2021 by the Ohio State University Press. This book analyses the impact of political and economic trends on migration narratives and films in Peru and Bolivia in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. It is a critical exploration of the affects and epistemologies of migration in Peru and Bolivia through cultural productions such as films, novels, and short stories in the context of regional neoliberal re-arrangements. Dr. Cuya Gavilano is an Assistant Professor of Latin American Cultures at Arizona State University. Her areas of specialization are migration studies, film analysis, contemporary Latin American Cultural Studies, and Human Geography. Kenneth Sánchez is a Peruvian journalist that works as a freelance journalist and as a multi-platform content curator for the Peruvian media outlet Comité de Lectura. He is a host of the New Books in Latin American Studies podcast and the movies & entertainment podcast Segundo Plano. He holds a master's degree in Latin American Politics from University College London (UCL), is a Centre for Investigative Journalism masterclass alumni and is part of the 6th generation of Young Journalists of #LaRedLatam of Distintas Latitudes. He has won several awards including the prestigious Amnesty Media Award given out by Amnesty International UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/film

Executive Presence Morsels
Events: Displacement

Executive Presence Morsels

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 10:03


Today: Find out how executive presence works and what it means for you. Learn more Information about my leadership books, including "Unlock your Executive Presence: Feel Like a Boss," online course "Executive Presence and the Diversity Dilemma," YouTube tutorials and more can be found at www.connectioncounselor.com/executive-presence-place Daily Executive Presence Morsels, the only daily, bite-sized podcast created to improve your Executive Presence in just 5-10 minutes Weekly Executive Tune-Up, the weekly leadership video series showing how small changes can make a big difference in your performance Monthly Connection Counselor workshops, the highly engaging, highly participatory workshops designed to tackle the most thorny leadership challenges Offers: To view the free offer from my sponsor Audible or read my book reviews, check out this page: https://www.joekwonjoe.com/bookme Music: Earning Happiness by John Bartmann is licensed under a CC0 1.0 Universal License --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/executivepresence/message

New Books Network
K. Grabska and C. R. Clark-Kazak, "Documenting Displacement: Questioning Methodological Boundaries in Forced Migration Research" (McGill-Queen's UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 63:25


Legal precarity, mobility, and the criminalization of migrants complicate the study of forced migration and exile. Traditional methodologies can obscure both the agency of displaced people and hierarchies of power between researchers and research participants. This project critically assesses the ways in which knowledge is co-created and reproduced through narratives in spaces of displacement, advancing a creative, collective, and interdisciplinary approach.  Documenting Displacement: Questioning Methodological Boundaries in Forced Migration Research (McGill-Queen's UP, 2022) explores the ethics and methods of research in diverse forced migration contexts and proposes new ways of thinking about and documenting displacement. Each chapter delves into specific ethical and methodological challenges, with particular attention to unequal power relations in the co-creation of knowledge, questions about representation and ownership, and the adaptation of methodological approaches to contexts of mobility. Contributors reflect honestly on what has worked and what has not, providing useful points of discussion for future research by both established and emerging researchers. Innovative in its use of arts-based methods, Documenting Displacement invites researchers to explore new avenues guided not only by the procedural ethics imposed by academic institutions, but also by a relational ethics that more fully considers the position of the researcher and the interests of those who have been displaced. Lois Klassen is an artist, writer and researcher based on Coast Salish Territory (traditional and unceded) in what is referred to as Vancouver. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Anthropology
K. Grabska and C. R. Clark-Kazak, "Documenting Displacement: Questioning Methodological Boundaries in Forced Migration Research" (McGill-Queen's UP, 2022)

New Books in Anthropology

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 63:25


Legal precarity, mobility, and the criminalization of migrants complicate the study of forced migration and exile. Traditional methodologies can obscure both the agency of displaced people and hierarchies of power between researchers and research participants. This project critically assesses the ways in which knowledge is co-created and reproduced through narratives in spaces of displacement, advancing a creative, collective, and interdisciplinary approach.  Documenting Displacement: Questioning Methodological Boundaries in Forced Migration Research (McGill-Queen's UP, 2022) explores the ethics and methods of research in diverse forced migration contexts and proposes new ways of thinking about and documenting displacement. Each chapter delves into specific ethical and methodological challenges, with particular attention to unequal power relations in the co-creation of knowledge, questions about representation and ownership, and the adaptation of methodological approaches to contexts of mobility. Contributors reflect honestly on what has worked and what has not, providing useful points of discussion for future research by both established and emerging researchers. Innovative in its use of arts-based methods, Documenting Displacement invites researchers to explore new avenues guided not only by the procedural ethics imposed by academic institutions, but also by a relational ethics that more fully considers the position of the researcher and the interests of those who have been displaced. Lois Klassen is an artist, writer and researcher based on Coast Salish Territory (traditional and unceded) in what is referred to as Vancouver. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

New Books in Public Policy
K. Grabska and C. R. Clark-Kazak, "Documenting Displacement: Questioning Methodological Boundaries in Forced Migration Research" (McGill-Queen's UP, 2022)

New Books in Public Policy

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 63:25


Legal precarity, mobility, and the criminalization of migrants complicate the study of forced migration and exile. Traditional methodologies can obscure both the agency of displaced people and hierarchies of power between researchers and research participants. This project critically assesses the ways in which knowledge is co-created and reproduced through narratives in spaces of displacement, advancing a creative, collective, and interdisciplinary approach.  Documenting Displacement: Questioning Methodological Boundaries in Forced Migration Research (McGill-Queen's UP, 2022) explores the ethics and methods of research in diverse forced migration contexts and proposes new ways of thinking about and documenting displacement. Each chapter delves into specific ethical and methodological challenges, with particular attention to unequal power relations in the co-creation of knowledge, questions about representation and ownership, and the adaptation of methodological approaches to contexts of mobility. Contributors reflect honestly on what has worked and what has not, providing useful points of discussion for future research by both established and emerging researchers. Innovative in its use of arts-based methods, Documenting Displacement invites researchers to explore new avenues guided not only by the procedural ethics imposed by academic institutions, but also by a relational ethics that more fully considers the position of the researcher and the interests of those who have been displaced. Lois Klassen is an artist, writer and researcher based on Coast Salish Territory (traditional and unceded) in what is referred to as Vancouver. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/public-policy

New Books in Law
K. Grabska and C. R. Clark-Kazak, "Documenting Displacement: Questioning Methodological Boundaries in Forced Migration Research" (McGill-Queen's UP, 2022)

New Books in Law

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 63:25


Legal precarity, mobility, and the criminalization of migrants complicate the study of forced migration and exile. Traditional methodologies can obscure both the agency of displaced people and hierarchies of power between researchers and research participants. This project critically assesses the ways in which knowledge is co-created and reproduced through narratives in spaces of displacement, advancing a creative, collective, and interdisciplinary approach.  Documenting Displacement: Questioning Methodological Boundaries in Forced Migration Research (McGill-Queen's UP, 2022) explores the ethics and methods of research in diverse forced migration contexts and proposes new ways of thinking about and documenting displacement. Each chapter delves into specific ethical and methodological challenges, with particular attention to unequal power relations in the co-creation of knowledge, questions about representation and ownership, and the adaptation of methodological approaches to contexts of mobility. Contributors reflect honestly on what has worked and what has not, providing useful points of discussion for future research by both established and emerging researchers. Innovative in its use of arts-based methods, Documenting Displacement invites researchers to explore new avenues guided not only by the procedural ethics imposed by academic institutions, but also by a relational ethics that more fully considers the position of the researcher and the interests of those who have been displaced. Lois Klassen is an artist, writer and researcher based on Coast Salish Territory (traditional and unceded) in what is referred to as Vancouver. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/law

The Tariq Elite Radio Show
Ep.#411-Dirty Displacement Tactics

The Tariq Elite Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022


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Status/الوضع
Security in Context: Palestine - Solidarity & Struggle

Status/الوضع

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 70:57


According to the late Pakistani writer and revolutionary activist Eqbal Ahmad, the Palestinian struggle for self-determination stirs the emotions of the entire world, particularly the nations and societies of the formerly colonized world. In this episode we explore the Palestinian struggle for liberation from the perspective of solidarity movements. Our guests include: Mouin Rabbani, an independent analyst specialized in Palestinian affairs and the Arab-Israeli conflict; Noura Erakat, a human rights attorney and associate professor at Rutgers University; Lina Meruane, an author and professor at the Madrid branch of the New York University; and Yara Hawari, an academic, writer, and senior policy analyst at Al-Shabaka.

Status/الوضع
Acting Out Syria: Media, Displacement & Conflict with Raghad Al Makhlouf

Status/الوضع

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 57:25


Host MK Smith speaks with Syrian actress Raghad Al Makhlouf about her experiences both professionally and personally after the revolution and events of 2011 in Syria. Raghad Al Makhlouf is a theater and TV actress who has participated in over 18 plays and appeared in over 300 hours of television drama series in Syria. She acted in three short films, and one feature film. She received bachelor's degree in acting from the Higher Institute of Dramatic Arts in Damascus, Syria. Between 2005 and 2011, Raghad was a teaching assistant at the Acting Department at the Higher Institute of Dramatic Arts. She believes in the power of theater as a healing and therapy medium for oppressed populations. She was a member of an interactive theater group in Syria that toured towns and villages and engaged local residents trying to address local problems and challenges through theater.  She also led and designed acting workshops that provided psychosocial support for young Syrian refugees in Lebanon to help them overcome trauma. In 2021, Raghad earned Master of Fine Arts in classical acting from the Shakespeare Theatre Company's Academy of Classical Acting at The George Washington University. When she is not performing, Raghad enjoys to eat, sing, dance, and explore the unknown.

UnderCurrents
War in Ukraine: Is enough being done to protect Ukrainian refugees?

UnderCurrents

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 27:49


The war in Ukraine has caused the largest refugee crisis in Europe since WW2. In this first episode of our new War in Ukraine mini-series, we're looking at what Ukrainians face when crossing the border, whether enough is being done to protect them, and the impact on the real lives behind the numbers. Guest-host Ned Sedgwick speaks to Joung-Ah Ghedini-Williams (UNHCR), Emily Venturi (Chatham House) and Sonya Sceats (Freedom from Torture). Clips used in this episode: - NBC's Today programme - United Nations Credits: Host: Ned Sedgwick Guests: Joung-Ah Ghedini-Williams, Emily Venturi, Sonya Sceats Producer: Anouk Millet from Earshot Strategies

Going North Podcast
Ep. 494 – “Living With Cerebral Palsy & Inspiring Others to Achieve the Extraordinary” with Christopher Powell (@overcomelimits)

Going North Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 23:13


Always have a desire to get better.Today's featured author is mathematician, businessman, and motivational speaker, Christopher Powell. Chris and I talk about his upcoming book, "Overcoming Challenges in the Four Phases of Life - Success Strategies from Top Leaders and Entrepreneurs - Volume 1 - African-American Edition", living with cerebral palsy, and more! Key Things You'll Learn:How did Christopher find the inner strength to deal with his conditionWhat is the most difficult aspect of dealing with cerebral palsy and how he stays resilient.What inspired him to become a writer. Chris' Site: https://www.overcomeyourlimits.com/ You May Also Like… Ep. 385 – “From Wheels to Heals” with Barby Ingle (@BarbyIngle): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-385-from-wheels/ Ep. 471 – “How to Turn Suffering Into Something Good” with Darci Steiner (@DarciJSteiner): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-471-how-to-turn-suffering-into-something-good-with-darci-steiner-darcijsteiner/ Ep. 465 – “Secondary Break” with Marvin Williams Sr.: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-465-secondary-break-with-marvin-williams-sr/ Ep. 434 – “A Soldier's Journey from War to Peace” with Claude AnShin Thomas: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-434-a-soldiers-journey-from-war-to-peace-with-claude-anshin-thomas/ 280 – “Architect of BEing” with Dr. Travis Fox (@travisfox360): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/280-architect-of-being-with-dr-travis-fox-travisfox360/ Ep. 478 – “Fear Traps” with Dr. Nancy Stella: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-478-fear-traps-with-dr-nancy-stella/ Ep. 463 – “Crushed” with Linda Bjork (@Linda_Bjork_1): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-463-crushed-with-linda-bjork-linda_bjork_1/ Ep. 440 – “Healer: Reducing Crises” with Elizabeth Power (@ElizabethPower): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-440-healer-reducing-crises-with-elizabeth-power-elizabethpower/ Ep. 416 – “From Abuse & Displacement to Triumph” with Angela Sewell (@AngelwingsAs): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-416-from-abuse-displacement-to-triumph-with-angela-sewell-angelwingsas/ 253.5 (Host 2 Host Special) – “The University of Adversity” with Lance Essihos (@EssihosLance): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/2535-host-2-host-special-the-university-of-adversity-with-lance-essihos-essihoslance/ Ep. 484 – “What's Wrong with My Child” with Elizabeth Harris (@elizabethwwwmc): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfrUQA2tb6M&ab_channel=TheWho-Topic

UN News
News in Brief 13 April 2022

UN News

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 3:09


Ukraine; food and energy crisis: Countries must resist hoarding, says UN's Guterres Banditry in north-central Nigeria blamed for killings, displacement Egypt in spotlight for ‘ongoing collective expulsions of Eritrean asylum seekers

Densely Speaking
S2E8 - Does Building New Apartments in Low-Income Areas Cause Displacement?

Densely Speaking

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 51:07


Does Building New Apartments in Low-Income Areas Cause Displacement? Evan Mast, Assistant Professor of Economics at Notre Dame, is our guest. The focus of the conversation is Evan's paper Local Effects of Large New Apartment Buildings in Low Income Areas (with Brian J. Asquith and Davin Reed). Kate Pennington, Economist at the U.S. Census Bureau Center for Economic Studies, is our guest co-host. Check out Kate's working paper Does New Housing Cause Displacement?: The Supply and Demand Effects of Construction in San Francisco, which uses a different identfication strategy but reaches similar results. Appendices: Evan Mast: Proud Old, Stubborn Old Wicker Park by Robert Cross   Kate Pennington: The Great Displacement: Climate Change and the Next American Migration by Jake Bittle Jeff Lin: Razing San Francisco: The 1906 Disaster as a Natural Experiment in Urban Redevelopment by James Siodla Greg Shill: State and Local Government Blog posts Teaching Cities in “The City” by Clay Gillette and How Uncordinated Land Use and Transportation Laws Thwart Climate Response by Sara Bronin     Follow us on the web or on Twitter: @denselyspeaking, @jeffrlin, @greg_shill, @evanmast2, and @katempenn.   Producer: Schuyler Pals.   The views expressed on the show are those of the participants, and do not necessarily represent the views of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, the Federal Reserve System, or any of the other institutions with which the hosts or guests are affiliated.

New Books Network
Vicki Squire, "Europe's Migration Crisis: Border Deaths and Human Dignity" (Cambridge UP, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 52:27


Rejecting claims that migration is a crisis for Europe, Europe's Migration Crisis: Border Deaths and Human Dignity (Cambridge University Press, 2020) instead suggests that the 'migration crisis' reflects a more fundamental breakdown of a modern European tradition of humanism. Squire provides a detailed and broad-ranging analysis of the EU's response to the 'crisis', highlighting the centrality of practices of governing migration through death and precarity. Furthermore, she unpacks a series of pro-migration activist interventions that emerge from the lived experiences of those regularly confronting the consequences of the EU's response. By showing how these advance alternative horizons of solidarity and hope, Squire draws attention to a renewed humanism that is grounded both in a deepened respect for the lives and dignity of people on the move, and an appreciation of longer histories of violence and dispossession. Vicki Squire is Professor of International Politics at the Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick. Her research explores the politics of migration, displacement, asylum and solidarity activism across various contexts. She is author of several books, including Reclaiming Migration (2021, Manchester University Press), Europe's Migration Crisis (2020, Cambridge University Press), Post/Humanitarian Border Politics Between Mexico and the US (2015, Palgrave) and The Exclusionary Politics of Asylum (2009, Palgrave). She currently leads a large collaborative project, Data and Displacement, which explores the data-based humanitarian assistance to IDPs (internally displaced persons) in north-eastern Nigeria and South Sudan. Lamis Abdelaaty is an assistant professor of political science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. She is the author of Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees (Oxford University Press, 2021). Email her comments at labdelaa@syr.edu or tweet to @LAbdelaaty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

PseudoPod
PseudoPod 805: The Fifteenth Green

PseudoPod

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022


Author : Margery Lawrence Narrator : Barry J. Northern Host : Alasdair Stuart Audio Producer : Marty Perrett Discuss on Forums “The Fifteenth Green” was first published in Nights of the Round Table, 1926. Yard Act-Land of the Blind If You Build It, They Will Move: The Los Angeles Freeway System and the Displacement of […]

Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio
Westside Future Fund Supports Anti-Displacement, Affordable Housing

Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 25:55


Chief Real Estate Officer Rachel Carey with Westside Future Fund joins the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio podcast to share how the organization supports rental housing, homeownership, financing and anti-displacement on the Westside. Carey joins host Carol Morgan on the All About Real Estate segment. A member of the organization for the last four years, Carey moved to Atlanta from New York City five years ago and has spent her career immersed in affordable housing finance. When she moved here, Carey had a goal to work with Westside Future Fund to take its community development in a new direction. Westside Future Fund launched in 2013 as a public-private partnership when the city of Atlanta committed funding to the development of Mercedes-Benz Stadium. In addition to the arena development, there needed to be contributions to the communities west of the stadium. The neighborhoods served by the organization are English Avenues, Vine City, Atlanta University Center and Ashview Heights. Carey said, “The thought was it's time to invest in these neighborhoods and have an organization that's going to be committed to a transformational, holistic revitalization.” Westside Future Fund proudly states that “we're in the housing business because we're in the people business.” While working on its impact areas in 2016 and 2017, the organization noticed mixed-income housing needs rising to the forefront. The redevelopment of the Westside was on the uptake and many worried that it would bring displacement to the neighborhood. Along with revitalization, there will be affordable renting and owning options for residents who wish to stay on the Westside. Through a set of community retention guidelines, Westside Future Fund prioritizes individuals who live, work and play on the Westside for the housing developed by the organization. The current Westside Future Fund goal is to reach 800 units of affordable rental housing for families earning 60 percent of the area median income, which equates to roughly $48,000 annually. There are currently 180 rental housing units, including naturally occurring affordable housing units purchased by the organization. The organization purchased properties on the market at risk of being lost to preserve affordability in the area. Alongside those efforts, the organization is acquiring vacant lots and land to develop or renovate new affordable housing! Vacant properties were purchased directly from the market or RFPs through Invest Atlanta. These lots will undergo the entire improvement process, from renovations and development to leasing through the organization's Home on the Westside program. Carey said, “Our waiting list comes from Home on the Westside and prioritizes people who have been in the community the longest [and] who have the strongest ties to the community to ensure that those people have priority for the work that we're doing and the housing we're producing.” Tune in to the full interview above for more information on the Westside Future Fund or visit www.WestSideFutureFund.org. Never miss an episode of Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio! Subscribe to the podcast here. You can also get a recap of any past episode on the Radio page. Listen to the full interview above! Georgia Residential Mortgage Licensee, License #22564. NMLS ID #6606. Subject to borrower and property qualifications. Not all applicants will qualify. New American Funding and Westside Future Fund are not associated. Click here to view the terms and conditions of products mentioned during the show. Corporate office 14511 Myford Rd., Suite 100, Tustin, CA 92780. Phone: (800) 450-2010. (April/2022) New American Funding is a family-owned mortgage lender with a servicing portfolio of over 216,000+ loans for $56.8 billion, 171 branches and about 4,500+ employees. The company offers several niche loan products and has made Inc. 5000's list of Fastest-Growing Companies in America seven times.