Pete and guest co-host Chantal Allam fend off Joe's pop-in from Florida before welcoming guest Rachael Classi, the CEO of Durham-based subscription toy rental startup Tiny Earth Toys.
In a post-Christian culture, parish clergy can find themselves at a loss, ill-equipped to deal with a reality for which seminary did not prepare them. As a result, the Church and its clergy can seem to flounder from one “program” to the next or get enamored with secular self-help strategies. To learn to lead well in this new context, the Church needs to help clergy refocus on what both works and is true to their tradition and theology. Enter Scott Benhase, whose Done and Left Undone proposes an ascetical theology of leadership based in St. Benedict's Promise of Stability, Obedience, and Conversion of Life. The Promise helps clergy move forward from their inward identity to their outward askesis (discipline), their inner life experience of resting in the mercy of God's grace in harmony with their outward role in the church. Benhase believes parish clergy can lead faithfully and well without following a program or leadership style that does not fit them. Leading from ascetical grace does not require parish clergy to be something they are not. It invites them, rather, to a way of being and an askesis that will help them be both faithful and effective in parish leadership.Scott Anson Benhase was the tenth Episcopal bishop of Georgia. He now serves as the vicar of St. Cyprian's in Durham, North Carolina.
Who was a Duke player the last time the Blue Devils changed coaches? Gene Banks is one of the answers to that questions. Why did he come all the way to Durham from Philadelphia? And what was it like getting to know Coach K? That and more from Duke's first Black All-American as he sits down with his good friend, Andre Dawkins. -- POWERED by Bet Rivers: BetRivers.com -- LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE! -- SUBSCRIBE Dawkins on Duke: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7FEAEAdsmF5gvUWv1vxztY Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dawkins-on-duke/id1539709266 -- FOLLOW: Host Andre Dawkins: https://twitter.com/dre_dawkins Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheFieldOf68 Instagram: https://instagram.com/fieldof68 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/TheFieldOf68 https://thefieldof68.com
It's a brave new world people! There has been an extraordinary and historic change in the way society interacts with information. With the COVID pandemic raging misinformation and conspiracy theories have taken off like wildfire. But why? And what can we as providers do about it? Join Drs. Patrick Georgoff and Brian Southwell for this timely discussion. Dr. Southwell is Senior Director of the Science in the Public Sphere Program at the Research Triangle Institute's International Center for Communication Science. He is also Adjunct Professor at Duke University and Adjunct Associate Professor in Health Behavior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Southwell has published widely on topics such as public understanding of science and emerging infectious diseases. He co-founded the Duke Program on Medical Misinformation, a clinician training initiative to improve patient-provider conversations about misinformation. He also has organized several summits on trust in science and medical misinformation, such as the Misinformation Solutions Forum. In addition, Dr. Southwell created and hosts The Measure of Everyday Life, a public radio show that translates research for general audiences on WNCU, a station based at North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC. Please visit behindtheknife.org to access other high-yield surgical education podcasts, videos and more.
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How have we shaped the landscapes around us, and how have landscapes shaped us? From flooding in Cumbria to community groups in Staffordshire, how can understanding the history of a landscape help planners, council policy, and current residents? Do we need to rethink the way we archive information about changes to landscapes? Professor Neil Macdonald has explored the history of relationships with landscapes, whilst artist and scientist Nicole Manley is delving into hidden knowledge to discover what people know about landscapes without realising. Professor Neil Macdonald is a Professor of Geography at the University of Liverpool. He is currently focussing on floods, droughts and extreme weather in projects taking place in the Hebrides, Staffordshire and Cumbria. https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/geography-and-planning/research/clandage/ Artist Nicole Manley is a mixed media artist, researching the influence of environmental art. She is also know as Dr Nicole Archer and is a a soil hydrologist from the British Geological Survey. https://www.nicolemanley.org/ Dr Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough is a New Generation Thinker based at the University of Durham. You can find a new podcast series Green Thinking: 26 episodes 26 minutes long in the run up to COP26 made in partnership with the Arts and Humanities Research Council, part of UKRI, exploring the latest research and ideas around understanding and tackling the climate and nature emergency. New Generation Thinkers Des Fitzgerald and Eleanor Barraclough will be in conversation with researchers on a wide-range of subjects from cryptocurrencies and finance to eco poetry and fast fashion. The podcasts are all available from the Arts & Ideas podcast feed - and collected on the Free Thinking website under Green Thinking where you can also find programmes on mushrooms, forests, rivers, eco-criticism and soil. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p07zg0r2 For more information about the research the AHRC's supports around climate change and the natural world you can visit: Responding to climate change – UKRI or follow @ahrcpress on twitter. To join the discussion about the research covered in this podcast and the series please use the hashtag #GreenThinkingPodcast. Producer: Sofie Vilcins
Please join author Khurram Nasir and Associate Editor Sandeep Das as they discuss the article "Social Vulnerability and Premature Cardiovascular Mortality Among US Counties, 2014-2018." Dr. Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation on the Run your weekly podcast, summary, and backstage pass to the journal and its editors. We're your co-hosts, I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, Associate Editor from the National Heart Center in Duke-National University of Singapore. Dr. Greg Hundley: And I'm Dr. Greg Hundley, Associate Editor, Director of the Poly Heart Center, VCU Health in Richmond, Virginia. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Greg, I'm really excited about today's feature discussion. It's really meaningful on so many levels. It discusses social vulnerability. In other words, social determinants of health and its association with premature cardiovascular mortality among US counties. Now, even as an ex-US person I learned a lot, so everyone is going to want to listen in. But now let's start with going through some exciting papers in today's issue, shall we? Dr. Greg Hundley: You bet Carolyn. So, I'm going to grab a cup of coffee and we'll get started with the first article. And really gets into the world of cardiovascular risk and prostate cancer management. Dr. Greg Hundley: So, Carolyn in the light of improved prostate cancer survivorship, and the competing risk of cardiovascular disease, there's an ongoing need for rigorous cardio oncology clinical trials. As you probably know, androgen deprivation therapy is a cornerstone of prostate cancer therapy. Through different pituitary gonadotropin releasing hormone receptor mediated mechanisms both GnRH agonists, as well as antagonists, either indirectly or directly inhibit luteinizing hormone secretion, consequently inhibiting testosterone production. These GnRH agonists are the most commonly prescribed form of androgen deprivation therapy with only 3 to 4% of patients receiving a GnRH antagonist. Dr. Greg Hundley: So, Carolyn the relative cardiovascular safety of gonadotropin releasing hormone antagonists compared with gonadotropin releasing hormone agonists in men with prostate cancer and known atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease remains somewhat controversial. And therefore these authors led by Dr. Renato Lopes from both Brazil, as well as the Duke University Medical Center in Durham, conducted an international multicenter, prospective randomized open label trial, and men with prostate cancer and concomitant atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease were randomized one to receive gonadotropin releasing hormone, antagonist degarelix or the gonadotropin releasing hormone, agonist leuprolide for 12 months and the primary outcome was time to first educate major adverse cardiovascular event that combined the endpoints of composite death MI and stroke over these 12 months. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Nice Greg, and what did they find? Dr. Greg Hundley: Right Carolyn, due to slower than projected enrollment and fewer than projected primary outcome events enrollment was stopped before the 900 plan participants were accrued from May 3rd, 2016 to April 2020, a total of 545 patients from 113 sites across 12 countries were randomized. Baseline characteristics were really balanced between the two study groups. Now Mace occurred in 5.5% of the patients assigned to degarelix and 4.1% assigned to leuprolide and so in summary, Carolyn, this pronounced study is the first international randomized clinical trial to prospectively compare the cardiovascular safety of a gonadotropin releasing hormone antagonist as well as agonist in patients with prostate cancer. And the study was terminated prematurely due to smaller than planned number of participants and events. And so no difference in mace at one year was noted between the two groups and this pronounced study really provides a model for interdisciplinary collaboration between urologists, oncologists and cardiologist with a sheer goal of evaluating the impact of cancer therapies on cardiovascular outcomes. Dr. Carolyn Lam: That's so cool, Greg. I heard the presentation of these results at the ESC by Dr. Renato Lopes and it's a really cool and important study, but a paper I want to present is an analysis from Emperor preserved on inpatient and outpatient heart failure events. Dr. Greg Hundley: Great. Carolyn, so remind us, what did the Emperor preserved trial show? Dr. Carolyn Lam: Emperor preserved showed that in patients with heart failure and preserved ejection fraction empagliflozin reduce the primary endpoint of cardiovascular death or hospitalization for heart failure, primarily related to a lower risk of hospitalizations for heart failure. Greg you're smiling, because you can see me beaming because we finally have a robustly positive outcomes trial in have pep in this trial. Nonetheless in the current analysis, Dr. Milton Packer from Baylor Heart and Vascular Institute and others used prospectively collected information on inpatient and outpatient events, reflecting worsening heart failure, and pre specified their analysis in individual and composite end points. Dr. Greg Hundley: I've been in suspense here. What did they find? Dr. Carolyn Lam: Empagliflozin reduced the risk of severe hospitalizations as reflected by admissions requiring the use of ionotropic or vasopressor drugs and the need for intensive care. Empagliflozin also reduce the risk of outpatient worsening heart failure events, including the need for urgent care visits, diuretic, intensification, and unfavorable changes in functional class. So, basically benefit across the spectrum. Furthermore, because there's controversy about the effect across the spectrum of ejection fraction. The benefit on total heart failure hospitalizations was found to be similar in patients with an ejection fraction of above 40, but less than 50% and between 50 to 60%, although it was attenuated at the higher ejection fractions and we'll hear a lot of discussions about this. Dr. Greg Hundley: Wow, Carolyn. Just more information that keeps coming out about SGLT-2 inhibition. My next paper comes from the world of preclinical science and angiogenesis is a dynamic process, involves expansion of a preexisting vascular network that can incur in a number of physiologic and pathologic settings. But despite its importance, the origin of the new angiogenesis vasculature is really poorly defined in particular, the primary subtype of endothelial cells, whether they be capillary, Venus or arterial that might be driving, this process really remains undefined. These authors led by Dr. Michael Simmons at Yale University school of medicine, fate mapped endothelial cells using genetic markers specific to arterial, Venus and capillary cells. Dr. Carolyn Lam: What did they find Greg? Dr. Greg Hundley: This team study results found that Venus endothelial cells were the primary endothelial subtype responsible for the normal expansion of vascular networks, formation of arterial, venous malformation, and pathologic angiogenesis. And these observations highlight the central role of the Venus endothelium in normal development and disease pathogenesis. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Wow. That's really interesting. I don't think I've ever really paid attention to that bit. Venus endothelium. Thank you for that. Now what else is in today's issue? Well, there's an exchange of letters between Doctors Zhang and Liao regarding the article anti hypertrophic memory after regression of exercise induced physiologic, myocardial hypertrophy is mediated by the long noncoding RNA M heart 779, then ECG Challenge by Dr. Ahmed on challenges of interpreting smart watch and implantable loop recorder, tracings. There's cardiology news by Tracy Hampton and Highlights from the Circulation Family of journals by Sara O'Brien. These regular articles are just really worth a read. You learn so much from just these short lovely summaries. There's On My Mind paper by Dr. Meyer on a targeted treatment opportunity for taking advantage of diastolic tone. And there's also a Research Letter by Dr. Brozovich on a rat model of heart failure with preserved ejection fraction changes in contractile proteins, regulating calcium cycling and vascular reactivity. Dr. Greg Hundley: These journal issues, there's so much information. I'm in a close out with an in depth piece from professor entitled antithrombotic therapy in patients undergoing transcatheter interventions for structural heart disease. I really look forward to your feature discussion on the social vulnerability and premature cardiovascular mortality in US countries. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Thanks Greg. It's good. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Today's feature discussion focuses on an extremely important topic of social vulnerability and premature cardiovascular mortality. So pleased to have the corresponding author of the feature paper, Dr. Khurram Nasir from Houston Methodist and Dr. Alana Morris, who is the editorialist for this paper. And she's joining us from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. So thank you both of you for joining and Alana if you don't mind, I'm going to borrow some of the words from your really-excellent editorial to bring us into the discussion. You very nicely brought up that early race and ethnic disparities and a death toll from COVID 19 really, laid the foundation for us having Frank conversations about vulnerable populations and has really brought to light social determinant of health and social economic inequality as risk factors. Now that's, COVID 19. And frankly, if we put everything in a global view of what kills most of us, it's still cardiovascular disease, which is why this paper is just so important, but current recognizing I'm not from the US, lots of our audience are not from the US. Could you please walk us through what your paper looked at and what it means? Dr. Khurram Nasir: Sure. Klan, thank you so much for having us today and what a wonderful editorial by Dr. Morris on this. As you pointed out about the COVID challenges, we were all touched by the significant disparities, really in a one of the lifetime crisis, such as COVID. But the reality is that even in times of calm the benefits, for example, cardiovascular disease prevention access have not been shared equally among vulnerable groups. So I'm a preventive cardiologist, and it gives me immense pride that despite being the number one cause of morbidity mortality for so long as a cardiology community, we have made significant strides over the last three decades, cutting into our losses. And if you look at the trends it's appeared and I'm very hopeful that we'll soon be losing the number one killer tag in US. At the same time we are seeing that those cuts are being lost, especially in the young individuals. Dr. Khurram Nasir: And at one point while we celebrate these decline. But the thing that bothers many of us that unfortunately these gains have not been equal, especially for our more vulnerable patients. And apart from the well documented, I think racial disparities that we all know and are becoming more aware. I think health disparities also form across various fourth lines and I believe the deepest and more persistent divides is around income. And you can even go a step further in US, unfortunately for our international group is unfortunate fact that in US, your zip code may hold more sway than your genetic code. And an example was made famous in St. Louis, Missouri Del marble award, which is known as the Delmer divide, a title that was made famous by a four minute BBC documentary that showed, that a sharp dividing line between the poor predominantly African American neighborhoods in the north and more affluent, largely white neighborhood in the south with health falling across this divide. Dr. Khurram Nasir: And in our practice, we see this phenomenon clearly in our own backyard. So, inspired by this sterling. We wanted to determine that a mirror geographical measure, where we can get insights of conditions where people live, learn, work, play, grow, and age, and commonly now known as the social determinants of health. Can that explain some of these rising risks, especially in the premature cardiovascular disease. So to design this study, we reached out to the CDC social vulnerable, the index that has been created that ranks communities and zip codes based on 15 factors across food domains, socioeconomic status, household composition of disability, that in includes single parents, elderly or children, minority status and language and housing type and transportation, all of them are put together and for each census. And then eventually at the county level, you can classify what their social vulnerability is. And as you know, this was really developed in to identify places where in times of disaster and emergencies, you can focus a little bit more, but we thought about how do we connect this to, for example, our data on mortality from CDC wonder. Dr. Khurram Nasir: And once we did that, we found very interesting patterns that across the scale social vulnerability, there is a risk dose dependent fashion and the age adjusted mortality rates for premature cardiovascular disease, which we define as less than 65, went from the least vulnerable and became the worst across the most vulnerable. At the same time, we also found this double jeopardy issues where this association was varied by race, gender, and ruler. And what we found that specifically Non-Hispanic lack individuals were more likely for certain types of cardiovascular, premature, such as stroke and heart failure, mortality, as compared to the rest, even if you were from the least vulnerable to the most women also unfortunately had a twofold higher risk of CBD mortality. And what is becoming clearly this whole ruler urban that a two to five fold risk of CBD mortality was seen among the least vulnerable. So this is in just the motive of our study, what we did and what we found. Dr. Carolyn Lam: That is so wonderful. Thank you for setting the context and then just to reiterate, so this was all within the US. Alana, could you maybe help frame how important these findings are for us? Dr. Alana Morris: Yes. I think that this analysis is so important, particularly within the context of some of the things that we see happening politically in our country and our landscape right now. And I think we tried to touch on some of those issues in the editorial. Again, I think that the COVID 19 pandemic, if you want to put that against this landscape has really brought into the forefront of our minds, this issue of disparities. Of course, there are many of us who have been thinking about researching and writing about disparities for a long time, but the issue of disparities really, came into the public mindset with the COVID 19 pandemic. The question now is how do we address these as we go forward? And what we're seeing politically is this question of how do we address inequalities that have been present for really since the beginning of time and maybe are widening and perhaps threaten many of the advances that we've made in terms of cardiovascular disease, morbidity, and mortality. Dr. Alana Morris: I think we have to think about in the US, universal healthcare coverage, because we have to be able to prevent disease and treat disease. And as current addressed, there are neighborhood zip codes where people not only don't have access to healthcare, but they don't even have access to the ability to promote health. They don't have access to things like parks, where they can exercise. They don't have access to healthy foods or grocery stores and in a country like the United States where there's so much wealth, you need to think about the fact that certain individuals, don't have the ability to access a grocery store, to access healthy food. It's just really striking and mind boggling that we have this, the difference in rural versus urban locations where some of our US residents, unfortunately don't have access to primary care clinicians, certainly not specialty clinicians is really very mind boggling. And we've seen this play out with the pandemic, but hopefully once we get past the COVID 19 pandemic, we still have to come back to a place where again, we're taking care of not only preventives or services to prevent the onset of cardiovascular disease, but certainly once people are diagnosed with cardiovascular disease, we want to get them access to specialty care. So we have to think as a community, how do we prevent disease, but also treat disease once disease is diagnosed within our country. Dr. Carolyn Lam: What you just said about the zip code being more powerful about, than the genetic code, that's like a quotable code. It's incredible. And for those of us coming outside of the US, we don't even realize how much that plays a role, even just within the US. But now let's get to exact point that Alana pointed out, which is what are the next steps. And could you maybe suggest Khurram, and Alana maybe come first, but what's the one thing you want to get out or the one next thing that should happen after this Dr. Alanna Morris: We put a figure in to the editorial that I think really gets to the heart of the matter, I think that those of us who are in healthcare or those of us who think about public health really would ask the question of, why in a country that has as much wealth as the United States, do we not have universal healthcare, most countries across the world that are in an economic position similar to the United States do have universal healthcare coverage for their residents. And you see much better statistics in terms of longevity for their residents as compared to what we have in the United States. And what you see when you look at the United States is that where there is the most vulnerable residents as per analysis identifies those states are the ones that actually don't have, Medicaid expansion. Dr. Alanna Morris: They don't have a safety net for their residents. And so there's really contrast and this disparity that just does not make sense. It does not make sense where there are residents in the United States, which need the most help and they just don't have it. They just are not able to get access to preventive services as well as diagnostic services. And it really just doesn't make sense what we're doing in the United States, in my humble opinion. And I think in the humble opinion of many of us who want to take care of patients, but just cannot, Kern and I both practice in states where this is an issue. And I think that's one big driver. But again, I think when we also think about the built environment in the US and how we think about promoting health and how we talk to patients, when we talk about individuals in the US, we try to give them advice about therapeutic lifestyle changes, how to exercise, how to eat healthy, to prevent disease. That's easier for certain individuals as compared to others, depending upon where you live, depending upon those five digits that make up your zip code. So if we really want our residents to be healthy, we have to create an environment that enables them to do that. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Wow, thank you very much. And as I let Khurram have the final words even about where you think mixed research should be. I just want to highlight that incredible figure from your editorial Alana. I mean, it is really started, there are three panels to it, everyone. The first one chose the social vulnerability index, the second, the premature cardiovascular disease mortality, and then the third, the status of Medicaid expansion. And you can see the colors are just vivid in, how it all makes sense and goes together. So pick up our journal and have a look, but then finally Khurram? Dr. Khurram Nasir: So, Alana, your figure was fantastic and so much add perspective to our findings. As you were saying, it took me back to 35 years back when, where we are before Medicare disparities, even in access to hospitals were dramatic. So where we practice in the south one third of the hospitals would not admit African Americans even for emergency. Now, this is where the policy comes in and suddenly in 1965 using the carrot of Medicare dollars, the federal government virtually ended the practice of racially segregating patients, doctors, and medical staffs, blood supplies so that is the direction that we need to go from the policy perspective and trying to affect the upstream determinants. Now moving forward, as I think more, and especially as a physician, I think while the census level measures are extremely useful to help refine these policy and focus programs in vulnerable areas. Dr. Khurram Nasir: I also think that there is a parallel need to start focusing on similar efforts at the individual level. The first thing is how do we even identify social determinants at this patient level? Are there three main categories, income, education, possibly healthcare, but I think that we need to broaden this. And in the past we have been challenged because we didn't have a set of consensus of the defined SDUH framework. But thankfully now in 2021, we have the healthy people, 2020. Actually for international community, the WHO there is a WHO framework of identifying SDOH at an individual level and in US a more comprehensive Kaiser family foundation. And not only that, we looked at superficially broadly, but we have to go deeper beyond these components of economic instability, education, housing, social context on healthcare beyond insurance, and even food. Dr. Khurram Nasir: For example, income and employment are predominant pillars of income stability, but it may not capture the full picture. For example, difficulty paying bills out of pocket cost and death related to medical care, same in education, where we captured the highest degree, but issues around health and digital literacy and language proficiency may be even more important. So not only we have to broaden the scope, but we have to go in depth. And thirdly, what I've realized from these kind of studies that we have to go a step further, that social disparities don't occur in silos. And we have to look at the aggregated information. And maybe it's time to potentially learn from advances in genetics, in what we have learned that manifestation of disease, especially cardio metabolic rather than being influenced by few major genes is manifested secondary to multiple interacting genes. So can we create similar to a poly genetic risk score, which is an aggregation of genetic smaller risk to a relevant something similar called poly social risk score. Dr. Khurram Nasir: Now, this is an area that our group has been extensively working. And over the last 12 months, we have tried to construct a comprehensive poly social risk score at an individual level based on almost about 50 sub components of the social determinants. And we have suddenly finding very interesting associations with premature CAD stroke. Almost one in two young individuals with stroke, have the worst poly social risk code at the individual level. I think so the next steps will be definitely validation of this tool, incorporation in practice, whether it's adoption and effective interventions can be tied. But the final thing, what I truly want to say is that I'm hopeful that these efforts, the census level at an individual level, at a societal level and the health system are waking up to the importance of social determinants that we can think outside the box and have strong community partnerships. Multi Pro strategies driven largely by social economic environmental factors. So we can all make a lead towards the mission of achieving social justice and equity that eventually cascades through the health system and beyond. So we had enough time to illuminate the issues and challenges. Now it's the time to act. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Thank you so much Kern for a beautiful paper. We are so proud to be publishing it in circulation. And thank you, Alana lovely, editor that we've said so many times. Thank you audience for joining us today. You've been listening to Circulation on the Run from Greg and I please tune in again. Next week, Dr. Greg Hundley: This program is copyright of the American heart association, 2021. The opinions expressed by speakers in this podcast are their own, and not necessarily those of the editors or of the American heart association for more visit ahajournals.org.
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In this episode of "Making Sense of the Madness" Sean Morgan interviews Patel Patriot about why Marc Elias, Christopher Steele, and Monica Lewinsky are going on TV at this critical moment in time. We discuss the Andy McCabe story and the Bill Clinton stories that have been in the news and what they mean through the lens of Durham and Devolution. Finally, we discuss the strategies that Trump used with the Treasury, Fed, and executive orders to "Trump" the deep state in the financial game.Patel Patriot: https://Devolution.LinkGet Breaking News Updates: https://SeanMorganReport.comGet a Free Gold Consultation:Call Dr. Kirk Elliott at +1 720-605-3900https://sovereignadvisors.net/pages/seanmorgan/Nearly 60% of Americans are concerned about running out of money.RECEIVE A FREE CONSULTATION & A FREE E-BOOK ABOUT ANNUITIEShttps://www.americanmediaperiscope.net/clevelandSupport the show (https://donorbox.org/seanmorganreport)
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This week on JUST, Rob and Jes sit down with KJ Hill, the Pastor for Community Development and Outreach at The Summit Church in Durham. With a career that spans coaching, writing, teaching, and more, KJ shares a wealth of experience, learning, and wisdom about how to love your neighbor well. 0:00 Episode starts 1:18 Jes's check in 5:21 Rob's check in 8:20 KJ joins the call 8:47 KJ's check in 9:18 Rob gives KJ's background and bio 13:54 How did you get to where you are now? 23:17 Rob reads a quote from KJ's book 25:19 KJ elaborates on the quote 29:45 What is the evolution of your philosophy on engaging community and values? 35:21 Interlude 36:46 KJ talks about the parish model 43:31 What are some examples of caring well for our neighbors? 51:07 How is taking care of refugee neighbors different than geographic neighbors? 56:24 If you could wave a magic wand over every church, what one thing would you change? 59:44 What's one practical step listeners could take? 64:04 Rob and Jes say goodbye to KJ 64:15 Debrief begins 65:00 Jes's takeaways 67:00 Rob's takeaways 71:12 Rob and Jes say goodbye 71:17 Outro Thank you to DJ Pdogg and Producer Lo Key for our awesome music throughout the show! Follow DJ Pdogg online: http://www.djpdogg.com/ (www.djpdogg.com) https://twitter.com/DJPdogg?s=20 (Twitter) https://www.instagram.com/djpdogg/ (Instagram) Follow Producer Lo Key https://www.instagram.com/producerlokey/ (Instagram) Our sponsors: https://www.recitynetwork.org/ (ReCity Network) https://www.coastal24.com/ (Coastal Credit Union) Our hosts: Jes Averhart, cofounder of https://bwshomecoming.com/ (Black Wallstreet Homecoming) Rob Shields, executive director of the https://www.recitynetwork.org/ (Recity Network.) Our Producer: Ben Azevedo, owner of https://www.bearcaveaudio.com/ (Bear Cave Audio) Our Editor Chris Pappalardo
Have you done Physical Therapy but it hasn't worked? Maybe you need hand's on before doing that. In this episode :How long do you work with people?Hand's on TherapyDoesn't start with movement if it is painfulPain Solution before getting into movementWe need to mix up the activities we do! Most people with fibromyalgia can PALM the floor!Pain is not simplicity Go to someone who looks at the whole body Derek Nielsen bio- I am a physical therapist located in Durham, North Carolina, and the owner of Kaizen Physical Therapy. I specialize in focusing on treating movement dysfunctions over symptoms. I believe this is the reason why my patients get such superior results when others can't help them. Specifically, pain typically can be boiled down to one of two movement dysfunctions: 1. Tight joints or muscles 2. Weak joints or muscles. I have found through continuous testing that the area which is in pain is often NOT the area where the root cause of the pain exists. This is especially true if there was not a traumatic injury. In other words, if the pain came on gradually over time and there is no known exact incident one can attribute to when the pain began — this person is likely dealing with pain that is attributable to compensation. The area in pain is hurting because it's compensating for another area that is stiff/tight, or weak. My treatment approach involves diagnosing the entire body for stiffness and weakness (i.e. movement dysfunctions) — not symptoms. By correcting these dysfunctions, pain begins to improve. Typically, this is true regardless of arthritis, degenerative disc disease, herniated discs, etc...His website: https://www.kaizenpt.com/Amanda Elise LoveHave a conversation with me about your 2021 health goals -http://bit.ly/2ko8lSpInstagram - https://bit.ly/3fhjmfJFacebook personal page- https://bit.ly/2Wlwc4aFacebook business page- https://www.facebook.com/amandaeliseloveWebsite - http://www.amandaeliselove.comThe best gift for the 2nd anniversary is you can write a 5-star review as positive reviews really help the podcast! You can also consider following! If you are on Instagram you can take a screenshot and be sure to tag me so I know you are tunning in! Link to leave a review - https://apple.co/2TgYURyGot a question? Or maybe a guest suggestion? Email me at email@example.com
What You Need to Know is the powers in Washington, D.C. are dominating our lives. The powers in DC are so powerful, so strong, that they are threatening We the People and the rights that we have. The Roger Stone saga is one of the clearest examples of this and unfortunately there's many more. What should we do? Drain the Swamp! Roger Stone talks about his recent article Sussman Case Is Tip of the Iceberg in Gvt. Plot to Frame Me. Roger explains where he thinks the Durham case will go from here and how he's been wrongly accused. You can help Roger in this fight by going to StoneDefenseFund.com. Pete Sepp, President of The National Taxpayers Union, talks about how Congress's Tax Plan Will Hurt the Middle Class. Pete explains what this tax plan means for the everyday taxpayer and the effect it will have on small businesses and others. If you don't know much about NTUF you need to check them out at NTU.org. Wrap up: The left is good at rewarding those who are remotely helpful to their cause, but the right isn't! Conservatives need to get better at remembering and honoring those who stood up for our values even and especially when they stood alone. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This episode of the Duke Basketball Report Podcast covers a lot of topics from this week in Duke Basketball. Donald was in Durham earlier this week to meet with the incoming head line monitors, and we are excited for the season to get started with Countdown to Craziness. First up, the unfortunate news that AJ Griffin is out indefinitely with a knee injury of unknown severity. The news gives us unhappy memories of Harry Giles and Kyrie Irving, who also dealt with injuries as freshmen that limited their playing time and therefore their teams' ceilings. We also speculate about who will shoulder the load for Griffin in his absence. Speaking of guys stepping up, the second bit of news that is more optimistic for Duke fans is that Wendell Moore and Joey Baker have officially been made captains for Coach K's final team. On the recruiting front, Jon Scheyer has officially logged his first miss as the Duke head coach, with 2022 guard JJ Starling picking Mike Brey and Notre Dame. We are keeping clear heads about this development, because Coach Scheyer has enjoyed an embarrassment of riches on the trail so far. We wrap with news about Coach K's retirement plan as it relates to Duke and Cameron Indoor Stadium, and (sigh) Kyrie Irving's current take on not getting vaccinated. We try to remain calm. Stay in touch with us at dbrpodcast at gmail.com, and we'll be back after Countdown. Have fun tonight Duke fans! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Amanda Cheney is an entrepreneur and philanthropist in Raleigh, NC. After graduating from NC State, Amanda worked in telecommunications, banking, and politics before starting her own business in May of 2011. aMANda'S BEST FRIEND, LLC is a premium level pet care service in the Raleigh area. In addition to her business, Amanda is fully vested in the Raleigh community through her volunteerism with the non-profit Band Together. She attended the Harvard Business School Governing for Nonprofit Excellence Program in September 2019. Amanda is an avid traveler, certified yoga instructor, and long-distance runner. She also loves to cook and read. And, of course, she's totally obsessed with her dog named Nala who she rescued in October 2019. After the episode please connect with her here: www.amandasbestfriend.com Instagram: @amandas_best_friend Facebook: @amandasbestfriendllc LinkedIn: @amandas-best-friend And then go try out her favorite people and places around Raleigh: Kane Realty Koka Booth Amphitheater Walnut Creek Amphitheater Bowstring Rover Band Together Red Hat Amphitheater Glenwood Grill J Betskis Cantina 18 Raleigh Art Museum Museum of Natural Sciences Pour House Lincoln Theater Cat's Cradle About your host Chuck Belden: I am a client centered, full service Real Estate Broker with a high touch, high communication approach to serving my clients. I earned my NC Real Estate License in 2008 and was named Rookie of the Year that year in my firm. I've spent the last 13 years building a successful business and an outstanding reputation in the industry by always putting RELATIONSHIPS FIRST. I've worked in general brokerage for the majority of my career, including a time as the Managing Director of Hunter Rowe's Durham office and a year in new home sales for a local custom home builder. If I'm not helping my clients achieve their real estate related goals, you can find me most likely with my beautiful wife, playing with my two amazing children, hosting this podcast, studying leadership, hosting networking events with the Connect Raleigh Networking group, playing lacrosse with the Raleigh Lacrosse Club or out on a LONG run. I'm an experienced leader with a diverse background in sales & negotiations, coaching, business development, entrepreneurship, management, client care, and public speaking. I value people and believe deeply in building strong relationships which is evident in my desire to connect and serve others. My wide skill set comes directly from a rich professional career spanning from hospitality to real estate sales, management and team building to community management & new home sales and finally to real estate office management and talent personal & professional development. And if you want to learn more about the process of buying or selling real estate, or working with a real estate agent, Let's see if we might be a good fit to work together. Take a look down there.
It took a while, but we've finally got the last member of this incoming Duke freshman class! Trevor Keels catches up with Dre on what life has been like since getting to Durham, plus he shares what it was like playing alongside Blue Devil teammate Jeremy Roach in high school as well as what Coach K has been like in the lead-up to his final season at Duke. -- POWERED by Bet Rivers: BetRivers.com -- LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE! -- SUBSCRIBE Dawkins on Duke: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7FEAEAdsmF5gvUWv1vxztY Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dawkins-on-duke/id1539709266 -- FOLLOW: Host Andre Dawkins: https://twitter.com/dre_dawkins Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheFieldOf68 Instagram: https://instagram.com/fieldof68 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/TheFieldOf68 https://thefieldof68.com
In this episode, I had the special honor of welcoming Tema Okun to the podcast to talk about her personal journey in education, her evolution as an antiracist scholar under the mentorship of the late Dr. Kenneth Jones, the publishing of her widely used article, "White Supremacy Culture", the need for white educators to transition from performative ally to active co-conspirator, and much more! To learn more about Tema's work, you can visit the White Supremacy Culture website at whitesupremacyculture.info or you can follow her on Instagram (@okuntema) and Twitter (@TemaOkun). BIO: Tema Okun has spent over 30 years working with and for organizations, schools, and community-based institutions as a trainer, facilitator, and coach focused on issues of racial justice and equity. Dr. Okun currently co-leads the Teaching for Equity Fellows Program at Duke University, which works with faculty seeking to develop stronger skills both teaching about race and racism and across lines of race, class, and gender. She was a member of the Educational Leadership faculty at National Louis University in Chicago and has taught undergraduate, master's, and doctoral level students in educational leadership and education. She is the author of the award-winning The Emperor Has No Clothes: Teaching About Race and Racism to People Who Don't Want to Know (2010, IAP) and the widely used article White Supremacy Culture. She publishes regularly on the pedagogy of racial and social justice. Tema is a participant in the Living School for Action and Contemplation and a member of the Bhumisphara Sangha under the leadership of Lama Rod Owens. She is an artist, a poet, and a writer. She lives in Durham, NC where she is fortunate to reside among beloved community. Her current project is deepening her ability to love her neighbor as herself. She is finding the instruction easy and the follow through challenging, given how we live in a culture that is afraid to help us do either or both. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/identitytalk4educators/support
Durham targets investigation towards Clinton side of Russiagate (Part 2) The Duran: Episode 1112 Durham Investigates Pentagon Contractors Who Helped Clinton Campaign Plot Russia Hoax https://thefederalist.com/2021/10/08/durham-investigates-pentagon-cybersecurity-contractors-who-helped-clinton-campaign-plot-russia-hoax/
Friends, thanks for joining me on this episode. I am speaking with Physical Therapist Zachary Stearns about how to screen for psychological factors when treating patients with chronic pain. Zachary is a physical therapist in Durham, North Carolina. He's board-certified in Orthopedic Physical Therapy and has worked in outpatient clinics, which have a focus on musculoskeletal pain management. He's currently working on a large research study, which is called the AIM-back program. This is a collaborative effort between Duke University and the U.S Department of Veterans Affairs. He's also a PhD student in Health Sciences. In this episode, we discuss the benefits of screening for psychological factors or what we call “yellow flags” in chronic pain management. What types of screening tools can you use? Self-report measures that you can use in your practice. As physical medicine professionals, should we be screening for suicidality? If we do have a positive screening, how do we approach that? How do we follow through with that? Finally, the barriers to implementing and screening psychological factors in clinical practice. I want to thank Zachary for joining me on this episode. If you're a clinician, this is a content-rich episode where we go deep into how to screen for psychological factors, which are important. We also touch on the topic of suicidality. We have a little bit of a healthy discussion on, “Should we be screening for suicide and what do we do after we screen for suicide?” Zachary also just finished writing a paper in the Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy. I did mention that at the beginning of the episode. It's great. It's really useful and it would help you. Without further ado, let's begin and let's meet physical therapist, Zachary Stearns. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here's How » Join the Healing Pain Podcast Community today: integrativepainsciencinstitute.com Healing Pain Podcast Facebook Healing Pain Podcast Twitter Healing Pain Podcast YouTube Healing Pain Podcast LinkedIn Healing Pain Podcast Instagram
It is important for me to pay homage to those people who have impacted my life. The Audre Lorde's, the Oprah's, the Brene Brown's. Viewing their work and seeing them be honest and free, inspired my personal journey of finding myself and my voice. So this episode is extra special because today's guest is the one and only adrienne maree brown. She is a writer, podcast host, and organizer, and we have an amazing conversation about life, acceptance, and connection. adrienne describes how growing up in a biracial home, and splitting her time between the U.S. and Germany, opened her up to learning different cultures and ways of being. She talks about the interconnectedness of human nature, and how she manages her influence on others. And, she expresses the importance of listening to your body and making choices that will benefit you. Check out her website https://adriennemareebrown.net/ to learn more! Guest Bio: adrienne maree brown is the author of Grievers (the first in her novella series with the Black Dawn imprint), Holding Change: The Way of Emergent Strategy Facilitation and Meditation, We Will Not Cancel Us and Other Dreams of Transformative Justice, Pleasure Activism: The Politics of Feeling Good, Emergent Strategy: Shaping Change, Changing Worlds and the co-editor of Octavia's Brood: Science Fiction from Social Justice Movements. She is the co-host of The Emergent Strategy Podcast, How to Survive the End of the World and Octavia's Parables. adrienne is rooted in Durham. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This week I speak of the deplorables of Texas and also one from Kentucky. Surface Barr, Durham and the AZ audits as a reminder of just how wrong republicans have been. Then disperse a few nuggets of wisdom for those do-it-yourself projects. Beer this week was a seasonal Arbor Brewing Dark Amber. Terrific brew! Drink up, listen up and Pod'ems UP!
Navigating the loss of a founder and a global pandemic is more than any leader should have to handle. But the wisdom gained from such experiences is applicable to us all. Listen in as Jenni Catron talks with Kevin Harris, President of Radical Mentoring, about what he's learned over the last couple of years as the leader of a growing organization.About Kevin:As President of Radical Mentoring, Kevin Harris sets the vision and strategy. He also serves as an evangelist to new audiences and an invaluable resource to churches who have incorporated small group mentoring into their disciple-making strategy.As a part of Regi Campbell's 2nd Radical Mentoring group in 2002, Kevin experienced a radical change as a husband, father, and Jesus-follower, leading him to craft the purpose statement that has guided him since . . . “I exist to glorify God by helping others unlock and apply their God-given talents and strengths.”Kevin grew up in Durham, NC and attended Furman University before moving to Atlanta. Before joining Radical Mentoring, he led a sales team at Wells Real Estate Funds and served in sales positions at CNL and Atlas Energy. He and his wife Susan have two boys, Thomas and Bo. Kevin enjoys coaching his sons, cooking a good meal, reading a good book, and watching a good game.Connect with Kevin: websiteinstagram
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Is Durham ready to indict more Russiagaters? (Part 1) The Duran: Episode 1108 The DNC-connected lawyer charged in the Durham probe says the indictment doesn't even explain what he's accused of lying to the FBI about https://www.businessinsider.com/durham-indictment-sussman-argues-fbi-lying-accusation-too-vague-2021-10 #Russiagate #Durham #Sussman #TheDuran
Shannon Jones (she/her/hers) is the Director of Libraries for the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. Prior to her arrival at MUSC, Shannon worked as the Associate Director for Research and Education for Tompkins-McCaw Library for the Health Sciences at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. Shannon focuses her research on staff recruitment and retention, diversity, equity, and inclusion in libraries, and leadership in academic health sciences libraries. Shannon is the co-editor of Diversity and Inclusion in Libraries: A Call to Action and Strategies for Success. She holds an MLS from North Carolina Central University and an M.Ed. in Adult Learning from Virginia Commonwealth University. She is currently pursuing an Ed.D in Educational Leadership at Charleston Southern University. Beverly Murphy (she/her/hers) serves as the Assistant Director of Communications and Web Content Management at the Duke University Medical Center Library & Archives where she manages and maintains the Library's website, marketing, and digital communication. Beverly has been a librarian for 40 years and is an alumnus of North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC, where she received a BS in Biology and a Masters in Library Science. She is a Distinguished member of the Academy of Health Information Professionals and has served in a variety of capacities for the Medical Library Association (MLA) including serving as the first African-American President of the Association, an MLA Fellow, MLA Diversity and Inclusion Task Force Board Liaison (now Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee), and Chair of the MLA Professional Recruitment and Retention Committee. In addition to MLA activities, Beverly is active in the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of MLA and the Association of North Carolina Health and Science Libraries (ANCHASL). Along with Shannon Jones, Beverly is co-editor of Diversity and Inclusion in Libraries: A Call to Action and Strategies for Success which was published in August 2019.
This week: Sussman's lawyers filed a response to the weaksauce Durham indictment as part of his oranges investigation; some breaking news out of the fifth circuit court; new House Oversight findings on a Trump loan; an update on Middle East Marshall Plan; plus the Fantasy Indictment League. Follow AG on Twitter: Dr. Allison Gill (@allisongill) https://twitter.com/MuellerSheWrote Want to support the show and get it ad-free and early? https://dailybeans.supercast.tech/ Or https://patreon.com/muellershewrote Aura is a new type of security service that protects all of your online information and devices with one simple subscription. With an easy online dashboard and alerts sent straight to your phone, Aura keeps you in control and guides you through solving any issues. For a limited time, Aura is offering our listeners up to 40% off plans when you visit http://Aura.com/MSW. Nuts.com is a family run business committed to getting you the freshest food fast. Fresher than the supermarket and most orders ship the same day! New Nuts.com customers get free shipping on your first order when you text MUELLER to 64000. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Biden admits, on live tv, what the real purpose of the vaccine mandates is. Also, Mitch McConnell sold you out again! News Picks: The jobs numbers fall far short. Senate RINOs snatch defeat from the jaws of victory on the debt ceiling. A disturbing article about the Durham probe, and their investigation of a “tech executive.” Google and YouTube take censorship to the next level. Global warming is a hoax. This is the real border crisis! More evidence that masks don't work. Copyright Bongino Inc All Rights Reserved
Kate Bowler is an associate professor at Duke's Divinity School. She lives in Durham, North Carolina, with her husband and son. Her new book is No Cure For Being Human (And Other Truths I Need To Hear). At the age of 35, Kate was blindsided by a Stage Four cancer diagnosis. It forced her to make peace with her limitations in a culture that would rather believe that anything is possible. Kate says that our modern advice industry offers us "exhausting positivity," trying to convince us that we can out-eat, out-learn and out-perform our humanness. But as Kate explains in this interview, she's accepted that her "best life now" is one lived with courage and kindness. Find NO CURE FOR BEING HUMAN– and books by all the guests on this podcast– in our Bookshop store. Special thanks to this month's sponsors: Betterhelp Start taking charge of your mental health– no matter where you live! Go to betterhelp.com/fresh to get 10% off your first month of counseling. The Cozi Family Organizer is for anyone juggling camp schedules, practices, meetings, doctor's appointments, and maybe a date night once in a while. Download Cozi for free from the app store! Dermafacs provides your skin with the ability to smooth your skin's texture and fade the appearance of damage or scars in just a few weeks. Get 15% off by going to dermafacs.com/whatfreshhell. Dry Farm Wines is leading the pure Natural Wine movement by sourcing wines according to the world's strictest criteria. Get an extra bottle in your first box for a penny using at https://dryfarmwines.com/fresh Expressable is an online speech therapy company that has helped thousands of children of all ages reach their communication goals. Speak with a speech-language pathologist for free today and learn more about your child's communication development at expressable.io/fresh. Happy Dance skin care products are made with premium ingredients, including the highest quality CBD. Get 15% off your first Happy Dance order by going to doahappydance.com/laughing. Home Made Podcast is a new podcast about… home. And what happens when you open that door and step into a new world, whether that's a house, apartment or neighborhood. Find out more and listen HERE Jane.com is a boutique marketplace featuring the latest in women's fashion, accessories, home decor, children's clothing, and more. By shopping at jane.com, you support small businesses, 1500 of which are women-owned. And you will not believe the prices! Visit jane.com/laughing. KiwiCo projects make science, technology, engineering, art, and math super fun– and best of all, kids of all ages can work on them independently! Get 50% off your first month plus FREE shipping on ANY crate line with the code MOTHERHOOD at kiwico.com. Magic Spoon is breakfast cereal that gets protein into your kids' breakfast- Go to magicspoon.com/FRESH to grab a custom bundle of cereal and try it today! And be sure to use our promo code FRESH at checkout to save five dollars off your order! MamaZen is a revolutionary solution for motherhood burnout, anxiety, impatience, and more. Download MamaZen today– and use the code "FRESH" to unlock a free trial! Prose is the healthy hair regimen with your name all over it! Get 15% off your first order today! Go to prose.com/laughing. SuperBeets Heart Chews are a tasty treat that give you the energy you need and are good for you. Get FREE shipping and returns plus a FREE 30-day supply with your first purchase at SuperBeets.com/Fresh Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jacketsonline publisher Kelly Quinlan and managing editor Russell Johnson discuss Georgia Tech football's upcoming trip to Durham for the Duke game, they recap some of the Pitt game and take a deep dive on the Yellow Jacket quarterback recruiting situation that ended with the commitment of Zach Pyron on Wednesday.
West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy is Now Open! 8am-9am PT/ 11am-Noon ET for our especially special Daily Specials, Metro Shrimp & Grits Thursdays!Starting off in the Bistro Cafe, the Senate Judiciary Committee released new testimony and a staff report on how Trump pressured the DOJ to overturn the 2020 election.Then, on the rest of the menu, the cybersecurity lawyer charged in the Durham probe has demanded more information about the case; the Department of Justice is poised to sue contractors who don't report cyber breaches; and, the Federal Trade Commission sent notices to seventy for-profit universities that "significant financial penalties" could be imposed if the schools deceive students about how successful their graduates were.After the break, we move to the Chef's Table where NATO expelled eight members of Russia's mission to the alliance who were "undeclared Russian intelligence officers;" and, German police carried out large-scale raids on a criminal network suspected of laundering $162 million dollars.All that and more, on West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy with Chef de Cuisine Justice Putnam.Bon Appétit!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~“Everyone in this good city enjoys the full right to pursue his own inclinations in all reasonable and, unreasonable ways.” -- The Daily Picayune, New Orleans, March 5, 1851~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Show Notes & Links: https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2021/10/7/2056666/-West-Coast-Cookbook-Speakeasy-Daily-Special-Metro-Shrimp-Grits-Thursdays
The Culture State Podcast - celebrating those who put North Carolina on the sports & pop-culture map. Presented by Papa Murphy's Pizza!! Chris Lea of WRAL Sports and Dennis Cox of 99.9 The Fan are joined by former NFL & NC State defensive back, and Durham-native Dewayne Washington! Washington discusses his contributions back to NC State from he and his wife, Adama, to the tune of $1 million. He also goes in depth about his NFL career, growing up in North Carolina, and the importance of giving back. #NFL #NCState #HereWeGo #Steelers #PittsburghSteelers #Wolfpack #ACC
Hamilton-Zanze is an investment group that specializes in buying what they call "undervalued properties" and making sure they get every bit of their money's worth of them, after they buy the buildings, kick out the residents, and double the rent, which is what they're trying to do with the only affordable housing apartment complex in Tigard, Oregon. Rally on Saturday, 2 pm at 113th and Durham in Tigard with the residents!
Annie and Brad start the show discussing Nancy Pelosi and how much longer she will stay in politics. Jack Posobiec, senior editor at Human Events, discusses Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen. Wiggins America today focuses on Kash Patel's prediction on the Durham probe. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ready to learn the history, philosophy, and practice of an experienced professional in the test prep industry? MEET OUR GUEST Meet Alex Chip, the founder of Top Score Education, a boutique tutoring, test prep, and academic counseling company headquartered in Washington DC, in 2005. Over the past 16 years, Alex has tutored several thousand students in high school and college admissions testing, developed innovative project-based learning programs for students of all ages, and launched new branches servicing students in Miami, FL, and Durham, NC. In addition to his work as an educator and entrepreneur, Alex is the author of Building Your Student's Story: The Parent's Companion to College Admissions Strategies, Standardized Tests, and Crafting an Exceptional Application. A graduate of Duke University (BA, English) and Johns Hopkins (MA, Nonfiction Writing), Alex lives in Washington DC with his wife and two children. Find Alex at https://www.topscoreedu.com/. ABOUT THIS PODCAST Tests and the Rest is THE college admissions industry podcast. Explore all of our episodes on the show page.
David Schoen, Civil Liberties Attorney and former Board Member of the Alabama Civil Liberties Union and Gregg Jarrett, Host of the “The Brief” Podcast, Fox News Legal Analyst and author of Russia Hoax and Witch Hunt discuss the new IG report from Durham, and what we should expect next. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
In this episode of "Making Sense of the Madness" Sean Morgan analyzes the latest breaking news such as Newsom trying to force VAXX our kids, Australia's Newsom resigning, Peter Nygard extradition, and much more. Sean interviews Patel Patriot about Horowitz FISA revelations, fresh Durham subpoenas, and how devolution command structure actually works.Patel Patriot: https://Devolution.LinkGet Breaking News Updates: https://SeanMorganReport.comGet a Free Gold Consultation:Call Dr. Kirk Elliott at +1 720-605-3900https://sovereignadvisors.net/pages/seanmorgan/Nearly 60% of Americans are concerned about running out of money.RECEIVE A FREE CONSULTATION & A FREE E-BOOK ABOUT ANNUITIEShttps://www.americanmediaperiscope.net/clevelandSupport the show (https://donorbox.org/seanmorganreport)
In this episode of The Silent War- Kash Patel thinks Peter Strzok and Lisa Page Are Cooperating with John Durham. Nearly Two Million Israelis Who Haven't Had Their Booster Shot Will Lose Quarantine Exemption. 63% of UK Delta Deaths in Last 7.5 Months Were Fully Vaccinated. CDC Director Walensky admits Covid Vaccines “Cannot Prevent Transmission” of Coronavirus. Former Australian Member of Parliament Says Pfizer and AstraZeneca Paid Lobbyists to Direct Australia's Leaders to Push Vaccine Mandates. Chinese Military Planes Reportedly Seen Landing at Abandoned US Airbase in Afghanistan. National School Board fears what they are calling terrorist parents."Break the Fake News" All of this, and much more.For breaking news from one of the most over the target and censored names in the world join our 100% Free newsletter at www.NemosNewsNetwork.com/newsAlso follow us at Gabhttps://gab.com/nemosnewsnetworkNemos News is 100% listener funded. Thank you for your support in our mission to Break the Cycle of Fake News.If you value our work please consider supporting us with our vetted patriot sponsors!www.NemosNewsNetwork.com/sponsorsShop Patriot & Detox the Deep State with www.RedPillLiving.com, Home of Sleepy Joe - the world's most powerful all natural sleep formula & The Great Awakening Gourmet Coffee for Patriots."Our Specialty, is Waking People Up."Other LinksJoin our Telegram chat: www.NemosNewsNetwork.com/chat
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In this episode I speak with Amy Lynn Durham. Amy is the CEO of “Create Magic at Work” and a U.C. Berkeley Certified Executive Coach. Amy has spent years in the corporate world successfully managing hundreds of employees for private and publicly traded companies. Her company, Create Magic At Work's intention is to offer Spiritual Intelligence (SQ) and Emotional Intelligence (EQ) tools to energize and transform the workplace. In this episode we will speak about what does it mean to create magic at work. And how we can create an engaging and harmony workplace that will improve profits and employee engagement. To learn more about Amy: https://createmagicatwork.net/about-1
In this episode of The Sean Morgan Report I interview Paul Furber and JimCutler about the new bombshell info from IG Horowitz, the nanotechrevelations about the vaxx and how the deep state gets technology.Paul's Furber's free book: https://paulfurber.net/qinside/Support Paul's Research: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/theRealPaulFurberGet Breaking News Analysis: Sign up at https://SeanMorganReport.comGet a Free Gold Consultation:Call Dr. Kirk Elliott at +1 720-605-3900Support the show (https://donorbox.org/seanmorganreport)
Funding for the Durham investigation ends with the fiscal year. Will AG Garland extend the funding?; President Biden approval numbers by state; A review of the day's top stories. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Few people in Washington DC have a Deep State target on their back that compares to the size of the one plastered on our latest guest on The Charlie Kirk Show, Kash Patel. Throughout the interview, you'll understand why Charlie calls him the brains behind exposing the Russiagate Hoax—as they walk through the details, leaning on his experience as a top intelligence staffer for Congressman Devin Nunes, and later as a top Department of Defense official in the Trump White House, Kash unpacks exactly what made the Russia hoax just that: a hoax. And after a long silence from the Office of John Durham is finally broken, Charlie and Kash make sense of the 27-page indictment and why it points to a much larger criminal indictment to come from Durham. As you can imagine after hearing what he has to say, the Deep State is aggressively attacking Kash with everything they've got. Learn more about how you can support him by going to FightWithKash.com Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/support See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Congressman Jim Jordan on budget, debt ceiling, potential gov't shutdown, border crisis, Biden's lies, Durham probe, Jan. 6th investigation, 2022 election. McKenzie and Milley testify, contradict Biden on Afghanistan withdrawal. Psaki answers on tax hikes, budget show she has no understanding of basic business. Greta Thunberg mocks Biden on climate change. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
In today's episode, Dinesh reveals how Biden's open-door policy is bringing Haiti to America, a preview of what all of America will be like if this continues indefinitely. Dinesh exposes the way the Democrats have used Covid to create a new social caste system in America. Going beyond the Durham indictment, Dinesh spotlights the critical role of the media in enabling the Hillary campaign's Russia hoax. Dinesh examines the debate over the eucharist between the two leading early reformers--Luther and Zwingli--to test the validity of their shared doctrine of Sola Scriptura. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.