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DNA Today: A Genetics Podcast
#213 Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia and Gender with Sage Sargent

DNA Today: A Genetics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022


It's December which means Spotify Wrapped was announced! If you are one of the 2,616 people that had us on your Spotify Wrapped Podcast section, tag us in your story or post for a shoutout on the show! Thanks to Maya, Em, Carly, Allison and LittleDipperPomskies, for already sharing. For those that don't follow us on social media @DNATodayPodcast, here are this year's highlights…So far this year we have produced 1,747 minutes of new content, that's nearly 30 straight hours. And it's more than 98% of other science podcasts. We are humbled by how much the podcast has grown this year, our followers on Spotify alone grew 85%. And 97% of you discovered us this year. Welcome to all our new listeners from this year! Our reach around the world has expanded now, you are listening from 75 countries! On Spotify we have a rating of 4.9 stars, and we will only keep it that way if you all give us those stars. HUGE thank you to our team for making all this happen… Corinne, Amanda, Kajal, Sanya, and Ashlyn. Shoutout to our 40+ sponsors who support the show, checkout the full list here. And most of all THANK YOU LISTENERS! You are why we put so much work into the show. We love including you on the show, so email us what you think the biggest genetics news story of 2022 has been, then you will be featured in our year wrap up episode with Dr. Eric Green. Email is info@DNAtoday.com Our guest today is Sage Sargent (She/Her), who is a patient advocate for congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH). Sage is a 27 year old non-binary person who was diagnosed with classic CAH before the age of 1. She has a bachelors in Gender studies with a minor in Ethnic studies from the University of Utah where she graduated in 2021. Through her education and her connection to the queer community Sage has been able to heal some of the disconnect she felt growing up, when she didn't have the language to describe her experience. Now as an adult Sage hopes that her lived experience as an intersex person can help others who might feel as lost as she once did. On This Episode We Discuss:How hormones are imbalanced in people with CAHThe two main types of CAH and their symptomsGetting diagnosed with CAHCAH inheritance and carrier screeningTreatments that people with CAH can utilize and their side effectsCAH and the LGBTQIA+ communityCAH and gender identityGene therapy for CAHAdvice and insight for parents of a child who has been newly diagnosed with CAH or couples who are carriers of the conditionIf you'd like to check out the papers that we referenced in the episode, you can read those here:Gender-role behaviour and gender identity in girls with classical congenital adrenal hyperplasia and Gender Identity in Patients with Congenital Adrenal HyperplasiaStay tuned for the next new episode of DNA Today on December 9th, 2022 where we'll be joined by patient advocate Mike Graglia and genetic counselor Elli Brimble to discuss SynGAP1! New episodes are released every Friday. In the meantime, you can binge over 210 other episodes on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, streaming on the website, or any other podcast player by searching, “DNA Today”. Episodes since 2021 are also recorded with video which you can watch on our YouTube channel. DNA Today is hosted and produced by Kira Dineen. Our social media lead is Corinne Merlino. Our video lead is Amanda Andreoli. Our outreach Intern is Sanya Tinaikar. Our Social Media Intern is Kajal Patel. And our Graphic Designer is Ashlyn Enokian.See what else we are up to on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and our website, DNAToday.com. Questions/inquiries can be sent to info@DNAtoday.com. SPONSORED: Are you seeking a position as a Genetic Assistant? People in these vital roles aid with clinical and research patient communication, data entry, genetic testing coordination, and administrative tasks. Therefore training is key! We recommend The Genetic Assistant Online Training Program at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. This online program provides knowledge and skills to learners considering Genetic Assistant positions or those recently hired into these roles who need job training. This program consists of two 10-week instructor-led courses. All you need is a basic understanding of science, particularly biology. At the successful completion of the program, learners will receive a certificate of completion from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and the McKusick-Nathans Department of Genetic Medicine. Applications are open for the spring cohort starting January 23rd, 2023. Applications for partial tuition waivers to help offset the cost of the program are due December 23rd. Don't wait! Check out the Genetic Assistant Online Training Program at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine now.

SAGE Sociology
Journal of Health and Social Behavior - Racial-Ethnic Residential Clustering and Early COVID-19 Vaccine Allocations in Five Urban Texas Counties

SAGE Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 20:16


Author Kathryn Freeman Anderson discusses her article, "Racial-Ethnic Residential Clustering and Early COVID-19 Vaccine Allocations in Five Urban Texas Counties" published in the December 2022 issue of the Journal of Health and Social Behavior.

The First Time Home Buyer Podcast
How To Have A Stress-Free (and Low-Drama) Transaction, with Chris Sayre

The First Time Home Buyer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 29:18


Introduction Chris Sayre is a Mortgage Lender in Kirkland, WA. He's always had the heart to help others and Mortgages are just an extension of his desire to make a difference. When he's not working, he enjoys spending time with his family at their cabin in Eastern, WA. Get In Touch With Our Guest, Chris Sayre If you'd like to get in touch with our guest today, click on the link below and I will send you a warm introduction: Get In Touch With Our Podcast Guest Today Find The Perfect Real Estate Agent Near You If you'd like to find a great real estate agent near you, just go to this link: Real Estate Agent Near Me Podcast Sponsors Find an Agent with HomeFlow: The key to having a calm and successful home buying experience starts with having the best real estate agent. This is why you need to interview a few. To get the process started just go to Tryhomeflow.com Dovly: 10 million of Americans have errors in their credit reports that lower their credit score. To fix those error try Dovly.com MyFico: 90% of top lenders use FICO® Scores—do you know yours? Check your FICO Score at MyFico.com The Smart Home Buyer Calculator: Use our 4-in-1 super-smart calculator to make sure you know your numbers before buying your first home. Get it now at The Smart Home Buyer Calculator Rate The Podcast Click on this link to Rate and Review "The First Time Home Buyer Podcast" on iTunes. You can also subscribe to the podcast there. I will really appreciate it, thanks so much in advance! Listen To A Podcast Guest In Your Area If you'd like to find podcast guests for your specific location or profession just click on the link below to search for them: Podcast Guest Search Awesome Resources For First-Time Home Buyers If you'd like to access other great resources for first-time home buyers just click on this link: First-Time Home Buyer Resources Let's Talk I'd love to talk to podcast listeners and get to know you all better! I can also help you answer any questions you have about buying your first home! So if you'd like to talk about that let's jump a quick call! Just schedule a time that works for you here: Schedule A Call With Laura Moreno Feedback I love receiving feedback so please, if you'd like to tell me how you'd improve the podcast, send me an email or schedule a call with me for that works for you here: Schedule A Call With Laura Moreno Share The Love If you know someone looking to buy their first home and you think this information would help them,  just share it with them. They will really appreciate it. Subscribe To The Podcast Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart Connect On Social Media YouTube | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn Do you want to start your own podcast? Then enroll in The Free Podcast Course today, which is the course that I followed to create this podcast! Transcription Laura Moreno: [00:00:00] First Time Home Buyer Nation I am Laura Moreno and I am super excited to bring you our fantastic guest today, Chris Sayer. Chris Sayer is a mortgage lender in Kirkland, Washington. He has always had the heart to help others, and mortgages are just an extension of his desire to make a difference when he's not working. He enjoys spending time with his family and dog AB there cabin in Washington. Chris, are you ready to flow? Chris Sayre: Let's do it. I'm happy to do it. Yes. Laura Moreno: Great. So I've given our community just a little insight. Please share more about you personally and then expand upon your business, Chris Sayre: you know, um, I, you know, I have a big extended family. Um, you know, my wife and I have five kids and she came from eight kids, and those eight kids all have five plus kids, so it's a big extended family. Um, my mother and father-in-law were just, they're from Belarus and they're just the most beautiful people, you know, that salt to the earth kind of folks. They both passed away this past year. [00:01:00] So, you know, I think you're learn in life. You know, you really. What matters, what is, what really matters. And I have, you know, such a heart for people and such a heart to help out. And, you know, it's one of the reasons why I wanted to come on your show is because it's, it's where my desire is. You know, I, I have it at heart to, to give. And I think doing mortgages is my way of, of trying to give back. Yeah. Laura Moreno: Wow. Tell me, tell me more about that desire to help others, because you were telling me you participate in so many programs that really help others. They help the community, they help veterans. Where does that come from? I mean, how did, how did it all get started? Chris Sayre: I, I think it's an awesome question. I would say it really just got started, you know, as you live life, you know, you'll learn that, um, it's not very fulfilling if you're just living for yourself. Uh, I think that my goal for myself and for my wife is to do as much as we can to help others. Um, you know, we don't make a dollar to keep a dollar, have a dollar more in the bank. We make a dollar to share it with [00:02:00] others. I think if you're blessed, you're supposed to bless others. So we, we look at the world this way and we're. One heart, one mind for this. And I think some of my most joyful times in my life are when we've helped other folks out. Um, so I mean, just personally. And then honestly, when, uh, I've done a mortgage, uh, for somebody, I, I have such beautiful and kind clients. I don't know. I just, you know, I feel really blessed in that respect too. People calling me up years later, you know, asking me for help or, you know, all of my reviews on Zillow are all five stars and, you know, like they're, you know, they just are great people and it fills my heart to help. Laura Moreno: Wow, that's, um, I don't know. Beautiful. Yeah, no, it's so, it's such an order to have guests like you that are with heart of giving, giving to others, you know, not only taking, or not only like is a, is a paycheck, it's a commission, whatever it is. It's more like giving, empowering others to buy homes. Like, do you remember one of those stories that really move. Chris Sayre: Um, you know, honestly, [00:03:00] I, I probably would have, you know, quite a few, you know, you know, I've had people, you know, that I've helped out that, you know, they have families like ours or, uh, large families. Uh, usually, uh, it's people. Since I live in the Seattle era, we have people from so many different cultures over here, and oftentimes these other cultures they believe in, um, like having parents come live with them and helping out. And, you know, you know, for me, my stories would. You know, uh, people trying to get into their first home, I can think of this one couple in particular. And they were trying to also do it so they could bring their parents over from overseas to live with them and, you know, Yeah, it's not, Sometimes it's not always easy. Sometimes it is. But I remember this particular case, you know, there was a little challenge getting 'em approved. Uh, we ended up doing it, and when we closed it was just, it was such an important moment for them to, to be able to get this home because it wasn't just for them. It was to be able to bring their family over and for them, even if they would've lived here and rented, they. Just fine, but [00:04:00] it would've been this emptiness that they had because with a home, like a home is for family, right? So you can't, it's hard to rent and bring people over and have it feel the same when it's your place, your yard, your, your home, everything is that. And so, uh, they were able to bring their parents over and they were just so excited and so happy. And so for me, honestly, it just that that's kind of what you do this for you. Like I said, to bless people and I was so thrilled and so happy for them. And this is a normal thing. This isn't just like one time occurrence. This happens on a regular basis that people out there are trying to help family out and they really need a home because their family is kind of too tight in the space they're in. I Laura Moreno: love that so much and I see it all the time actually. I am an, I am an immigrant and I work very often with immigrants and, and I see it all the time. We immigrants want to help others bring others to the country. And even with your own savings, I mean, I see it even with my nanny. She's amazing. I have a one year old and she's always giving back to her community. She's always bringing people over, always [00:05:00] lending them the money, always empowering, empowering them to live a good life. And it blows my mind how much generosity, generosity she's putting out there. It's. Really mind blowing and you remind me of her. It's, it's so beautiful. It's really beautiful to see Chris Sayre: Well, you know, my, my wife and her whole family are immigrants also, so it's probably another reason why I have this heart for people who come from other countries. Cuz my wife came here, no English, no money, you know, And from that they just worked. You know, that's all they knew. Uh, just hard work and on top of being smart, of course, and just being, you know, really great people. And I saw them come from zero to, not that they have a lot, but they have a home. Right. And that, that was the goal. And, um, and it inspires me. Uh, uh, to have family like that and, you know, I was born in this country, so for me, I feel, you know, very fortunate and I want to do all I can to help other people who come over here and need help [00:06:00] and, and do my part and do what I can. So Laura Moreno: tell me more about House for Heroes and how do you help that community of veterans? And tell me more about that. Um, uh, that part of your business. Chris Sayre: Yeah, so there's a, uh, organization called Homeless for Heroes that came outta really the 9 1 1, uh, time frame. Um, but you know, it, it certainly, uh, helps, you know, military active reserves, veterans, uh, firefighters, ems, uh, law enforcement, healthcare professionals and teachers. So basically anybody who's helping the local. You know, and they want to give back to them. So this program is just designed so it it with us in particular, uh, you know, like we waive our, our lender fee when we work with them, the real estate agents that work with them that are part of this program, they give part of their commission back. Mm. So I personally, uh, recently talked with, uh, a really terrific realtor who, um, Uh, uh, uh, is part of this program and she had this awesome line and she said, You know, can you imagine being one of these [00:07:00] tiros and you just move into a house and the first piece of mail you get is a check from the Homes for Heroes program. and, you know, so for her it just thrilled her to know when to do that. And it's, and it's not just a small check, It can be thousands of dollars that these people get. The first piece of mail they get is a check from the Homes for Heroes Program. So I think it's, for me, again, uh, I, I was super excited to be a part of it and I'm, I'm, I'm happy to be able to help people that are serving our local communities. Laura Moreno: Wow. Yeah, totally. I, I, I love that so much. So, um, tell me more about where you are now, the market, What are you seeing in, in Seattle? In Washington area? Yeah, Chris Sayre: Yeah, it's a, another good question. So, I, I, I would say that right now what we see is, is, um, you know, prices dipping just a little bit. So kind of our expectation right now, uh, in this area at least, is that you're, See, as we head into this recession, we're gonna see some pressure for money to no longer go into the stock market, but instead that money's gonna go [00:08:00] into bonds, which is gonna push rates down. So anyway, big picture is we see rates coming down somewhere in the next six, 12 months, something like that. So anybody that has a loan right now, they're gonna be refinancing out of it. So the main thing is, so our line we're using is marry the home date, the rate, right? Because what's gonna happen is that you're only gonna do it short term. Our expectations, you may see rates drop as much as 2%, maybe even a little bit more, and you'll be refinancing out of it. So the the good, it's actually, even though rates are a little higher right now, it's a perfect time to buy. It's a perfect time to buy because values are down and there's less competition. If you wait until a little bit later on when rates are lower, then what's gonna happen is values are gonna be going up and there's gonna be more competition. So it's much better to buy right now while the values are down and you can refinance out of it a little bit later. And so that's what we've been telling all of our clients and all of the realtors that we work with, is that this right now is a perfect storm, perfect time to purchase a home, knowing that you're not gonna have that loan very long. Laura Moreno: Got it. A [00:09:00] and that's a great line. I love this. Um, marry the house. Date, date rate, marry the house. . Yep. Chris Sayre: That's a, that's a marry the house date, the rate that's right. . The only Laura Moreno: thing sometimes people think about is like, well, but getting that mortgage is costing me money, refinancing is going to cost me money. And, and to that, I will say that when we refinance our home here, we bought it at 4% interest rate, which was good. We refinanced at 3.2 and within a few months we had already paid. Fee that the cost to refinance. So, So it makes total sense. And I love that the values are a little bit down because that's what we wanna first ask first, First time home buyers. Yep. Do you see sellers making more concessions as well, like being able to pay, like give us some help to first and home Chris Sayre: buyers? Absolutely. Positive. Yeah. You are. Again, spot on. The answer is absolutely yes. I, I think sellers are also, they don't want to be sitting on the market for an extended period of time, cuz if they are, that means their price is probably gonna be coming down or they'll have to take the home off the market. Got it. So the many, many transactions where [00:10:00] sellers now are, are offering incentives to the buyers. Could be a builder, it could be just an individual, you know, like you and me, who are maybe trying to sell a home that are doing what they can to help buyers, uh, purchase a home by giving them some type of credit. We see this on almost in every loan right now. Laura Moreno: Yeah. And we love that. So if you're a first time home buyer and you're, listen, Just get in touch with Chris. You know, get pre-approved and go start, start shopping for homes because values are down. Don't be as scared about that interest rate because you can refinance and like someone told me, Chris Buffet is like buying now the most of, he is fortunate. He's making it right now because he's buying low and then's, right? You will sell high. So just getting that home. So Chris, tell me about your first time home buying experience. How was it? How were you feeling? And what did I do to your life to own a. . Chris Sayre: Yeah. So , back when I bought my home, I remember that my rate was 10 and a quarter. That was the going market rate. I hope you refinanced that. I felt . [00:11:00] I did. I did. But it was funny is I thought I was so smart and so slick because I talked 'em down from 10.375 to 10.25, you know? So I thought, wow, I did such a good job, you know? Cause I knew nothing about nothing. But you know, that's what rates were when I bought my house. And then when I got into the business rates were actually at 7%. So they were still like right where they are right now. But I, you know, I felt, you know, thrilled. You know, I bought my house at a great price. Um, I think back then I bought it for like $134,000 and, you know, that house right now was probably gone up by six times. So I, again, I would say real estate's a great investment and, and just, you know, when I had bought my house, it was expense. So it wasn't like it was a deal. Um, so the market continues to do that. So all we have to do is like, look at our grocery store and say like, what was the price I milk before? And what is an hour? What's the price of gas? And what's the price Now prices go up. So whatever you buy at, you know, my wife has a great line about this. Stretch yourself. Stretch yourself because that value is gonna increase and you're [00:12:00] gonna be happy that you did. So as best you can, stretch yourself. Doesn't mean like put yourself in risk, but don't be afraid if a house is, you know, let's say 300. Don't be afraid to go to three 10. Don't be afraid. Afraid to go to three 15. You know, get, get the better home for you and your family. Get what you really want. Get what you are really gonna, you know, be happy with. And it's better to go a little bit above than to suffer yourself, because in the long run, your income and everything else will catch up and pass it up and it'll be an easy payment for you. Laura Moreno: It, It's so interesting you mention, I mean, we bought four or five years ago and, and the, the mortgage rate was a stretch. We were like, this is a little bit too much. Like, yes, we can pay for it, but you know, it's a stretch. And now with this crisis, I mean, rent prices have gone to the roof where we live. Yeah. And we are both so happy because her rent. 30% less than the, the rent price in this area. And we're like, Thank God we bought, because everyone else that we know is trying to struggle getting rent in a [00:13:00] nice place. So buy if you can, It's, it's, as you were saying, you may have struggled for a little bit, but it's going to be so much better for you and. And talking about communities and immigrants. I think it's so, so important to empower people that may not have their first language be English, or maybe the first generation buyers, because those are the ones that need it the most. Like what you were saying, you need that home. You want to bring people over. You need to create that space. Ethnic cultural space. Yeah. Like at my home, we speak Spanish like you . Mm-hmm. . You need to create that space. And if you are always, um, thinking that your rent is always going to be there, you know, you, you, you will have to move, uh, at some point and find a new place. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So, Chris Sayre: yeah. I, Can I give you a quick example of something, if you don't mind? Mm-hmm. , of course. So we have, again, I told you, five kids. So we helped, uh, three of our sons purchase a home, uh, one on his own and the other two together. And, you [00:14:00] know, they were all really scared and nervous because the payment was like $3,500 a month for the, you know, principal interest, taxes, and insurance. It was, And they never had such a bill. And so they, they've been out in their house for about a. And now they have friends who are looking to rent. So the friends rent for a two bedroom place in near their work is 3,800 a month. So kind of to your point, you know, rents are escalating. I mean, I've never in my life paid $3,800 for rent. But now they see that that rental payment that their friends are paying is more than their mortgage payment on their home. And they actually have. Laura Moreno: Yes, for sure. And if they want, they can rent their rooms out to their. Yep. Be like, Don't worry, I'll be a good friend. Chris Sayre: They're doing that actually already, so you'd say, You're right. Laura Moreno: That's good. Pay my mortgage. I mean, just people, if you're listening to us, jump on the side of the ownership because it is not, it is not going to get easier. [00:15:00] You know, it's just not going to get easier. And I feel like more and more corporations are going to be owning properties, and it's the time for you to become your, the protector of your money, you know, your own landlord instead of paying someone else's mortgage. So now let's go, let's, let's, um, go to our lighting round, which is, I'm going to ask you a series of short questions to help our audience even further are. , Chris Sayre: I'll do my best. ? Yes, Laura Moreno: I may. Great. , please share with us your biggest piece of advice you can give to TR to someone trying to buy a home in Washington now. Chris Sayre: Uh, so the biggest piece of advice I would say is, uh, get in front of somebody. Could be myself, could be anybody that you think is appropriate for you, but get in front of somebody who can help you determine how much you can qualify for. And if you can't qualify, what steps do you need to take? So what I would normally wanna do is I would wanna look at somebody's income. I wanna look at their assets, and I wanna look at their credit. And I wanna, cuz usually people wanna know, like, I make money, I have no idea [00:16:00] what I can afford. I have some money for a down payment, or maybe I can get a gift. What can I afford? So they need to know what they can afford. And then normally what I would recommend is if they're within 90 days of trying to purchase a home that they need to have all of their information given to an underwriters, we can get them underwritten ahead of time so that they literally are gonna be, you know, final loan approved before they ever find a house. So I would recommend get good information. Up front when you're within 90 days of trying to buy a home. If you're beyond that, then I think just giving a, a phone call or meeting with somebody like myself so we could just pencil out kind of a plan and then they could work towards that plan of hopefully getting home ownership. That's Laura Moreno: great. And two questions out of that. The first one is, uh, commenting on getting that, sorry. Coming, getting that, uh, pre, not, it's not even a pre-approval, it's going farther away. One step farther, Right. Chris Sayre: Yeah, so, So the ones that, Yeah, go ahead. What are the Laura Moreno: advantages of doing that? Chris Sayre: Yeah, so, [00:17:00] so a pre-approval, I can literally do the same day. So I can send somebody a link, I can fill out an online application, I can ask them to send me some income and asset information, and I can send them a letter. and the letter's gonna say, Hey, you're preapproved for this amount, and it's gonna be a perfectly valid letter. It's what we do in our industry. The next level above that is for an underwriter to physically review all of the information. And so what we can do is we actually can collect all the documentation, give it to an underwriter, and it probably takes, I don't know, 5, 6, 7 business days for the underwriter cuz the underwriter may have additional questions once you give inform. But then it's gonna be all signed off, final loan approved. All you need to do is find a house. So the difference is now you can, now you can close like literally in 12 days or 13 days, you know, um, on, on your mortgage, and hopefully by closing quicker like that, it makes it so, if there is competition, if there are other buyers who are trying to purchase a home, the fact that you can, you're [00:18:00] already. Done. You're already, your loan's already underwritten completely and you can close really quick, push you in a better position to actually get the home. So I would highly encourage taking that step. I think it's just a much, much stronger position to be in when you're negotiating with a seller. Laura Moreno: And that's interesting because not all lenders do that from the beginning, right? Like you are one of the very few lenders that will. , Chris Sayre: you're a hundred percent correct. Yeah, most lenders do the pre-approval, which again, like I said, it's, it's, it's a, it's perfectly fine to do that. But the next level above that is what I'm talking about. And you're correct, uh, almost nobody does that. Got it. Laura Moreno: And. How will you find a great lender? So if you are not in your area, in Seattle, listen is looking for a great lender. First of all, is it number one, to find a lender or find an agent? And second question is like, how will you decide on which lender to choose? Because sometimes we try to call and say, Hey, what's your rate for today? And we try to choose the lowest rate lender. But is that the right? To do that. Chris Sayre: [00:19:00] Yeah. So I, you know, again, of course rates are important. I care about rates for, for myself and my family, but it, it's, it's not the right way to do it. Um, it's not the right way because loans are much more than, you know, just quoting a rate over the phone. Rates are determined by people's circumstances. By, what's your down payment? What type of property are you buying? What's your credit score? And ultimately, you want the home. And like I said before, whatever home you purchase, you're not gonna have that loan very long. There's usually not a big disparity on rates, but I would be more concerned about having it be a stress fee, stress-free, low drama transaction. Then having a rate that's an A through a quarter point difference. You know, the main thing is to get the home. Then your family can kind of breathe aside, relief, move into the home, and then you can regroup and when it's appropriate you can look it to refinance. Got it. So I apologize. I know you asked another question, was another question I could answer for you. Laura Moreno: I think that was the main one. So the main one was, No, those were the two of [00:20:00] them. And the other question I have is like, so in order to find a lender, oh, you know, we have all these online lenders and we have also like, um, local lenders and those online lenders like better.com, Rocket Mortgage. I don't want to give out many names because Yeah. Well I don't want to give names, but, um, they count with a, Exposure online. Yeah. So we Google, I want to do a preapproval, and within one minute you have a preapproval from that bank online. Mm-hmm. . I mean, what are your thoughts about them? How do you differentiate and what is actually the best for first time home buyers? An online lender or a local lender? Chris Sayre: Uh, you know, I'm a, I think it really just goes by experience. So if, if I were looking for a lender, I probably would go online to like Zillow. Redfin and they have, you'll see reviews for people. So it's like when we go to our restaurant and we tend to go to our restaurant that has good reviews, or if we're gonna stay at a hotel on vacation, we look up to see what the reviews are. I probably would look at reviews for people, [00:21:00] you know, because I think I, I like knowing that other people, uh, have kind of, um, Yeah, you have given good opinions about something and it, it makes me feel a little bit more comfortable. And of course, a referral is always the best. So if you have somebody that you know, that you respect and you admire that has a home and they use somebody, I probably would ask them, you know, because I think referral probably is my number one way. And then probably online would be my second way to. Reviews online for people. Like for me, you type in my name and read my reviews, right? So you can do that. But you know, I think either one of those two ways reviews online or a referral from somebody you trust and know. and Laura Moreno: between having a local lender and a, or an online lender that could be not in the same town, what, what are your Cho mm-hmm. your, your, what are your options? What would you say? Chris Sayre: Um, um, I'm, I'm not so sure that, cuz we're a virtual world right now. I mean, I'm in Seattle and I think, Are you in New York? Cuz I, Yeah. Yeah. We're. We're like the other side of the world, but [00:22:00] it's like, you know, we're right with each other. I don't think it really matters. Like I can do a Zoom call with anybody. Uh, anybody else could do the same thing. I think it's more this, this trust factor, this integrity factor that we're talking about. I think that's what really matters. Local or far away? You know, I, I haven't really sat with a client and almost three years. Um, I do everything online so they could. Somewhere else, like in any state where they could be, you know, my neighbor next door and I still don't see them, you know, because we do calls like this. So I, I think that it's the person and the company and the integrity of the individual that matters more than their location. Laura Moreno: What, what is the process with you? Like, if I'm interested in buying a home in Seattle and I'm looking to get a mortgage, uh mm-hmm. , what is the process, uh, specifically for you? Like, what would you tell me? . Chris Sayre: Yeah. So normally what we would do is we do a call like this out there on my cell phone, or we would do a Zoom call. Okay. And [00:23:00] before I do anything, I try to, I'm a big picture kind of person, so at first I just wanna understand what they're thinking, you know? So I don't know if they're looking to buy like an. 12 months or two days. Um, so then I, I tried to understand, uh, their timing on things, um, their income. They're asked all of these things and kind of review and kind of talk us through and come up with a plan. And I, I normally say the same line that I said earlier is that I think once they're within a 90 day window, That's when it's time to start pulling credit and do things like that when they think that within 90 days of point or purchasing a home. But if they're just trying to understand, Cause a lot of people just wanna know, like, I just don't get it. Like, I don't understand, you know, what can I even afford? What should I even do? So that's where I just, I just give them some counsel and I, and I basically will email them. You know, like my contact information, I'll send them a list of what we're gonna need, um, when they're ready. So like, people have to gather things cuz we'd all all have pay stubs and W2 s maybe that are, you know, easy access so they can start gathering that together. And then I coach most, so like, don't make big purchases, you [00:24:00] know, don't make sure you're not late on anything. Don't co-sign for anybody else. Don't move money around between accounts and make, you'll make it more difficult on yourself later on. So what I try to do is to guide them to kind of put the brakes on everything. Let's get this plan for you to purchase a home and make sure now you start doing things the way a lender's gonna review things to make it so it's simpler and easier for you once it's time. Laura Moreno: And what have you seen? The last question, I think it's a little bit related to this. What have you seen are the biggest, biggest mistakes that home buyers make and how can they avoid them? . Chris Sayre: Yeah. So some of the, the biggest mistakes they make is when they're trying to prepare to purchase a home, a lot of times they will close an account cause outta a windy debt, right? They're afraid of it. But the way credit works is that if, let's assume you have like an account at a bank and that it's a credit card and that credit card you've had forever, but you really don't use anymore. The truth is that credit card, because it's your oldest liability, actually improves your credit score the most. And when you cancel that [00:25:00] card, you run the risk of your score dropping like a rock. So I would say . So normally my normal line is. Stop, freeze. Don't do anything. Talk to somebody, get some advice. Let them coach you what to do and then do it. But, you know, sometimes people come to you and they've already kind of done all of this and you just, it is, it's what it is and you just deal with it. Um, but I, you know, we try to tell them, don't move money around in accounts. Let it be, you know, don't make any large deposits, don't make any large purchases, Don't do anything like that. Get the house first, then do the other stuff. So I think some of the mistakes I, I've seen, like I said, are, are, are this where they cancel accounts or move money around too? A chin, you know, don't change jobs in the middle of a loan or when you're trying to buy a home. You know, things that you would think that everybody understands, but they don't really, cuz it's not what they do for a living. You don't Laura Moreno: really, I mean, it's so funny because you, we don't know, we don't live in, I mean, I live in this world, but usually home buyers, we don't live in this, We don't know that we kind of go and buy furniture before closing on credit or open Macy's credit card. Just, we don't know about that. It's like, it's very, And that's the [00:26:00] other thing is like what you were saying, Closing an account because you want to make your accounts clean, you want to make them look nice for the lender, and suddenly your score drops like 50 points. Yeah. And you're like, What happened? It's so counterintuitive. . Chris Sayre: Yep. Yeah. Honestly, completely. Right. Uh, people tend to go to Home Depot, you know, and they buy a bunch of stuff, you know, because they're planning for their home. Like this is a really common thing. So we, I try to upfront to tell them, like I said, just before you do, Just give me a call and then I'll let you know. Kind of my advice would be to wait or to go ahead to go forward with it. You know, I've told people to hold up on my own cars or furniture, you know, because there's a, somebody's offering zero down on a car or zero down on furniture, and, you know, if they really wanna buy it, then we'll just deal with it. But if not better to wait. Laura Moreno: Better to just wait to buy the big things. Well, Chris, you've shared with us amazing information today. Uh, what can we do? Chris Sayre: Um, you know, I would love to help more people, you know, that's what I do for a living. [00:27:00] So I would love for anybody that has questions. I'm always happy to ask questions. It's not always just about business, you know, of course I do this for, to help my family and to help other folks out, but you know, I, I know that if you do it right in life, good things happen. So if people wanted to reach out to me, they're welcome to do that. If I can help them with a mortgage, I would love to do that. Laura Moreno: That's beautiful. And how can we get in touch with, Chris Sayre: Uh, my cell phone I've had forever. I have a son who's learned my phone number since he was two. Um, but my number is 4 2 5 4 4 4 7 3 7 3, so 4, 2, 5. Beautiful. 4 4 4 7 3 7 3. Laura Moreno: Yeah. Well, Chris, thank you so, so, so much for sharing your mission and your attitude to life and your well good faith and thank you so much for being on the first time Home Buyer Podcast. You are. Chris Sayre: Oh, Laura, thank you. You're just a beautiful person. I really appreciate it. Thank you.  

AAD's Dialogues in Dermatology
November JAAD: Similar response to biologic therapy across racial and ethnic groups among psoriasis patients enrolled in the CorEvitas Psoriasis Registry

AAD's Dialogues in Dermatology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022


Vesna Petronic-Rosic, MD, FAAD interviewed by Clinton W. Enos, MD, MS & Valerie Harvey

The Dustin Gold Standard
The Dustin Gold Nugget 67: “Segregate And Eliminate The Unfit, Worthless, Degenerate Anti-Social Portion Of Each Racial And Ethnic Strain In Our Population”

The Dustin Gold Standard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 18:45


In Episode 67 of "The Dustin Gold Nugget," Dustin briefly explains his research into the origins of eugenics and touches on some of the leading voices in the ideology that came out of Harvard University. Dustin explains that transhumanism is eugenics in its purest form.  Donate to Dustin to help him continue to bring you this level of daily content and keep food on his family's table: https://donorbox.org/dustingoldshow Join the discussion and get the ad-free video version of ”The Dustin Gold Standard,” “The Thomas Paine Podcast,” and access to a Facebook-like website and mobile application where you can network and share intelligence with a group of like-minded folks (Join the Hotwire for Mike's highest level of intelligence): Paine.TV/gold Looking to register your vehicle, but your state is like mine and works hard to stop you from registering an older vehicle? Looking to save money on vehicle property taxes? Don't feel like dealing with the DMV? Contact my friends at DirtLegal where I registered my vehicle: https://www.dirtlegal.com?aff=35  Follow Dustin on Twitter: Twitter.com/dustingoldshow and Twitter.com/hackableanimal Get involved with the Telegram discussion: https://t.me/dustingoldshow Join in on live audio conversations: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow Ask a question and get a 60-second answer from me: https://wisdom.app/dustingoldshow/ask Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Life Irvine
The Beauty of a Multi-Colored, Multi-Ethnic Church

New Life Irvine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022


Pneu Pneuma Godcast
Ethnic Beefs In The Church - Pt 3

Pneu Pneuma Godcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 54:45


This is the third and final excerpt in a 3 part series from the High Culture Podcast panel discussion on the clubhouse platform. Check out all 3 episodes. Disclaimer: The views of the panel do not necessarily reflect the views of Pneu Pneuma Godcast. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pneu-pneuma/support

Exit Spring Mountain
Remittances, A Homeland Connection

Exit Spring Mountain

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 17:50


For the Season 2 Finale of Exit Spring Mountain, we're talking about the care packages we send and receive to offer help and hope to our families and friends abroad. Balikbayan boxes are also a topic of conversation, as they have helped float the Phillippine country for decades. Many Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders also send remittances - funds transferred from migrants or recent immigrants to their home countries. What does the money pay for? Why do AAPI communities continue this practice? And how can this be a lifeline for families and governments in other countries?Professor Constancio Arnaldo, an assistant professor in the Department of Interdisciplinary Gender and Ethnic studies and Asian and Asian American Studies at UNLV discusses the historical context of why remittances and balikbayan boxes are important for Filipino and Filipino American communities. Bernardo Blanco, who has been participating in sending remittances to family in the Phillippines for decades, explains why he feels it is his duty to continue to help his family abroad for as long as he lives. JD Reyes, a first-generation UNLV student and Chamorro from Saipan, explains why he loves staying connected with his family back home  through the care packages he receives and sends. Exit Spring Mountain is a podcast from Nevada Public Radio. Our team includes senior producer Nessa Concepcion, academic research consultant Mark Padoongpatt and assistant producer, researcher and social media manager, Isabelle Chen Rice. Joe Schoenemann oversees podcasts as news director at Nevada Public Radio, and our sound editing, mixing, and mastering is by Christopher Alverez.

United Colors with India.
169: Afropiano, Ethnic House, Indian House, Spanish, Afghani, Bollywood Mashup

United Colors with India.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 60:00


My newest record BADALA is out now! This show features the world premiere of BADALA alongside tribal house, Indian fusion house, ethno and world house fusion. I'm also playing huge smash hitters from the Afropiano sub-genre with tunes from Asake and Lojay. Also great music from Oliver Koletski, Eric Essebag, Darksidevinyl, ShisShi, Sanjoy, David Guetta, Bizarp, DJ Jaz ATL, Drake, 21 Savage, plus lots more. Listen/Download my latest song "BADALA": Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3UpVjzw Apple/iTunes: https://apple.co/3UsccJP YouTube: http://bit.ly/3WV2B00 Bandcamp: http://bit.ly/3Tu3VUB Soundcloud: http://bit.ly/3WW4N78 Mon 10pm PST, Tue 7pm UK, Tue 2pm EST, and Tue 11.30pm for listeners in India. Hosted by DJ and music producer: @viktoreus 

China Stories
[The World of Chinese] Snap judgment: Photographing ethnic groups, sans stereotype

China Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 14:14


No headdresses, no vacant stares: How young artists challenge the parameters of “ethnic” photography.Click here to read the article by Siyi Chu.Narrated by Cliff Larsen.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Pneu Pneuma Godcast
Ethnic Beefs In The Church - Pt 2

Pneu Pneuma Godcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 55:42


This is the second excerpt in a 3 part series from the High Culture Podcast panel discussion on the clubhouse platform. Check out all 3 episodes. Disclaimer: The views of the panel do not necessarily reflect the views of Pneu Pneuma Godcast. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pneu-pneuma/support

The Antioch Podcast
Episode 215: Reggie Smith – “Reconciliation in Rwanda.”

The Antioch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022


Over the next hour you are about to hear a candid conversation between myself and Reggie Smith about his experiences at the International School of Reconciliation in Rwanda. Reconciliation is a term used to describe Christian antiracism efforts often, but what reconciliation means – what it really means – takes on new meaning in the … Continue reading Episode 215: Reggie Smith – “Reconciliation in Rwanda.”

What’s Your Limp?
Rafael Casal (Actor)

What’s Your Limp?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 78:24


Actor, producer, show runner, screenwriter, poet, rapper, musician and artist in general, Rafael Casal, joins us in one of our most insightful and informed conversations yet!Rafael discusses the complicated and ever-changing dynamics of race, ethnicity and culture, as well as the difficulties of pursuing a career in the arts. He also discusses the importance of having a partner to go on the journey with you. In Rafael's case, it's his best friend and collaborator, Daveed Diggs.Be sure to check out Rafael's film, Blindspotting, as well as the TV series spinoff (which is in post-production on season 2). You can also find him in The Good Lord Bird, Bad Education, Are You Afraid of the Dark and more! And you can keep up with him on social media at @RafaelCasal. Be sure to follow us on social media as well @WhatsYourLimp and @TheJordanRoss!

The Geopolitical Pivot
Tehran's Worst Nightmare: Ethnic & Religious Internal Schisms & Their Surfacing Involvement in Ukraine

The Geopolitical Pivot

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 64:36


Members of the George Kennan Group rise from the geopolitical unknowns once more and provides a returning hour long conversation specifically on Iran's involvement in Ukraine, Iranian drones and ballistic missiles Russia has a growing appetite for, and why Iran may see the deteriorating strategic partnership between Saudi Arabia and the United States as a long term victory. Secondly, GKG discusses the growing internal divisions of Iran but more importantly, what the Tehran national security nightmare is! We will be returning with group episodes once every two weeks and will begin special guest interviews as well! We are back....for good for good. If you love the content, be sure to subscribe and share!

JPO Podcast
Lit. Update with Heather Kowalski

JPO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 48:53


Heather Kowalski of The University of Iowa joins the show to discuss her recent JPOSNA publications on resident education through state-of-the-art simulation and her efforts to promote diversity and inclusion in our field. She “stirs the pot” on a variety of controversial topics in pediatric trauma and limb length inequality. Your hosts are Josh Holt from University of Iowa, Carter Clement from Children's Hospital of New Orleans, Craig Louer from Vanderbilt, and Julia Sanders from Children's Hospital Colorado. Music by A.A. Aalto.    Main Event Articles:   1) Holt et al. Integrating Simulation for Developing Pediatric Supracondylar Humeral Fracture Reduction and Fixation Skills into an Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program. JPOSNA 2022.   2) Holt et al. Integrating Simulation for Developing Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis Fixation Skills into an Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program. JPOSNA 2022.   3) Thomas et al. A Vision for Using Simulation & Virtual Coaching to Improve the Community Practice of Orthopedic Trauma Surgery. Iowa Orthop J. 2020.   Lightning Round Articles:   1) Georgiadis et al. Motorized Plate Lengthening of the Femur in Children: A Preliminary Report. JPO 2022.   2) Mahan et al. Fully displaced pediatric supracondylar humerus fractures: Which ones need to go at night? JCO 2022.   3) Weinmayer et al. Angular deformities after percutaneous epiphysiodesis for leg length discrepancy. JCO 2022.   4) Miller et al. Unilateral versus bilateral reconstructive hip surgery in children with cerebral palsy: A survey of pediatric orthopedic surgery practice and decision-making. JCO 2022.   5) Vij et al. Ethnic and Sex Diversity in Academic Orthopaedic Surgery: A Cross-sectional Study. JAAOS Glob Res Rev. 2022.

RNZ: Morning Report
Risk of diverse young health professionals going abroad

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 3:54


Is New Zealand losing diverse young health professionals to other countries? Ethnic communities say it's common for the children of immigrants to study medicine and dentistry overseas, but officials say they don't know how often it happens. Soumya Bhamidipati reports.

Pneu Pneuma Godcast
Ethnic Beefs In The Church - Pt 1

Pneu Pneuma Godcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 53:22


This is the first excerpt in a 3 part series from the High Culture Podcast panel discussion on the clubhouse platform. Check out all 3 episodes. Disclaimer: The views of the panel do not necessarily reflect the views of Pneu Pneuma Godcast. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pneu-pneuma/support

The Antioch Podcast
Episode 214: Unlearn 2022 – “Talking About Racism as Friends.”

The Antioch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022


Once in a while, the Antioch Podcast gets to take our show on the road, and this month, four of us had the privilege of speaking as a team at Calvin University for their annual Unlearn Week, a week dedicated to unlearning stereotypes, biases and racism. This speaking series, which is open to the public … Continue reading Episode 214: Unlearn 2022 – “Talking About Racism as Friends.”

United Colors with India.
167: Fusion, Halloween, New Bollywood, Ethnic House, Mashups, Spanish, Dance

United Colors with India.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 60:00


Some new mashups, new Bollywood and a few quick Halloween remixes this week. Features music from Amour Propre, Anish Kumar, Avicii, Burna Boy, Daft Punk, DJ Suraj, DJ Prashant, Oasis, Rosalia, Shreya Goshal, The Weeknd, plus lots more. Mon 10pm PST, Tue 7pm UK, Tue 2pm EST, and Tue 11.30pm for listeners in India. Hosted by DJ and music producer: @viktoreus 

PRI: Arts and Entertainment
As war rages on in Ukraine, some ethnic Russians in Latvia say they feel marginalized

PRI: Arts and Entertainment

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022


Ethnic Russians have been living in Latvia for decades. But with public opinion turning sharply against Russia since the war in Ukraine began, some say they are increasingly worried about their place in Latvian society.

United Colors with India.
166: Live DJ set from ShiShi & Friends London, Ethnic House, Afro House, Indo House

United Colors with India.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 60:00


Happy Diwali! This week's show is a live recording of my warmup set from ShiShi & Friends in London, UK recently. I mixed Afro House, Latin House, Indo House and Ethnic remixes. Hope you enjoy the vibes! Mon 10pm PST, Tue 7pm UK, Tue 2pm EST, and Tue 11.30pm for listeners in India. Hosted by DJ and music producer: @viktoreus

Podsongs
Heba Gowayed discusses the world's refugee crisis (guest musician Scott Johnson of Juniper)

Podsongs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 95:04


What happens when a young Boston musician interviews a Professor of Sociology at Boston University about the refugee crisis happening worldwide? The answer is a great song for Social Change. Stream the song: https://ffm.to/juniperborderline Heba Gowayed is the Moorman-Simon Assistant Professor of Sociology at Boston University, and it's her job to make sense of it all. Her research, which is global and comparative, examines how low-income people traverse social services, immigration laws, and their associated bureaucracies, while grappling with gender and racial inequalities. Heba's writing has appeared in Gender & Society, Ethnic & Racial Studies, Sociological Forum and in public outlets including Slate and Teen Vogue. Her new book, Refuge, out now with Princeton University Press, explores how states shape the potential of people pursuing refuge within their borders. She is currently working on her second book, The Cost of Borders, which theorizes borders as a costly, and often deadly, transaction. JUNIPER After meeting in college, Scott Johnson, Ahren Shreeve, and Alejandro Marín formed Juniper. The group has formed their unique sound from diverse influences of alternative rock, folk, R&B, and bedroom pop. With various vocalists throughout their early discography, one thing has remained constant: their songwriting is tangibly honest, ranging from upbeat and high energy to delicate and introspective. With roots in local venues and basement gigs, their music found a loyal fan base early on, which has since only grown. At just 21 years old, the band has emerged as one of the new faces of the Boston music scene, and with this encouragement, they've consolidated and are now working on their debut album, coming soon. On the borderline Ordinary people Are intertwined On the borderline If you think it's equal Then you're colorblind Can't you see it'll never be the same Even if you're from the same place Disproportionate, longevity Based on things you wouldn't believe… Who's complicit in creating (generating) lies A never-ending staircase With freedom at the top in disguise Protected by Countries with money And no sense of pain The pain, of dropping everything And moving away At the borderline Hope is used To build the lie// That it's a better life It takes a criminal mind For death and sacrifice To find a compromise To find a compromise But can't u see it'll never be the same Even if you're from the same place People seek refuge But don't you go calling them refugees… Who's complicit in creating (generating) lies A never-ending staircase With freedom at the top in disguise Protected by Countries with money And no sense of pain The pain, of dropping everything And moving away --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podsongs/message

Plodcast
252: (Ethnic) Vainglory and Malice

Plodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 14:38


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The John Batchelor Show
2/2: #Iran: Minority Resistance Report. Brenda Shaffer, FDD, author, " Iran Is More Than Persia: Ethnic Politics in Iran."

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 6:40


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 2/2: #Iran: Minority Resistance Report. Brenda Shaffer, FDD, author,  " Iran Is More Than Persia: Ethnic Politics in Iran." https://foreignpolicy.com/2022/10/19/iran-protests-persians-minorities-ethnic-language-discrimination-regime-separatism/

The John Batchelor Show
1/2: #Iran: Minority Resistance Report. Brenda Shaffer, FDD, author, " Iran Is More Than Persia: Ethnic Politics in Iran."

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 14:00


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 1/2: #Iran: Minority Resistance Report. Brenda Shaffer, FDD, author,  " Iran Is More Than Persia: Ethnic Politics in Iran." https://foreignpolicy.com/2022/10/19/iran-protests-persians-minorities-ethnic-language-discrimination-regime-separatism/

Schneps Connects
Running NYC’s Office of Ethnic and Community Media with Jose Bayona

Schneps Connects

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 31:12


  José Bayona, Executive Director of the Mayor's Office of Ethnic and Community Media and Founder of Grassroots Strategies (grassroots.nyc), a consulting firm based … Read More

AP Audio Stories
Ethnic group says Myanmar air attack kills 60 at celebration

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 0:31


AP correspondent Mmmi Montgomery reports on Myanmar Ethnic Rebels.

Society of Reformed Podcasters
I Belong (4) – The Beauty of the Church’s Ethnic Diversity

Society of Reformed Podcasters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 9:50


If all food tasted the same, it would be pretty boring and bland. What if all people and cultures were the same? We should rejoice in the ethnic diversity of the catholic (or universal) church through the ages. Ethnic and cultural diversity is a marvelous thing and evidence of God's creativity.

The Biblical Mind
Moving from Egypt to the U.S. as a Coptic Christian (Mariam Wahba)

The Biblical Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 38:47


Dru interviews Mariam Wahba, a Coptic Christian born in Egypt who immigrated to the U.S. as a child. They discuss the multiple facets of her identity and experience, including how being a Coptic Christian shaped everything from her interactions with Muslim Egyptians to how she now celebrates holidays in the U.S. She also describes some of the distinctives of Coptic Christianity, in contrast with Western Christianity, and explores the tension between cultural assimilation and retaining one's native identity as an immigrant. Mariam Wahba is the Associate Directory of Advocacy at the Philos Project. A graduate from Fordham University, she works in the areas of Middle Eastern foreign policy, religious freedom, and Israeli-Arab relations. She co-hosts the podcast Americanish. Show notes: 0:00 Moving to the United States 3:11 Egyptian and Coptic identity 7:50 Growing up in Islamic Egypt 11:00 Ethnic and religious identity 12:20 Moving to the west 16:30 Cultural assimilation and retaining identity 18:56 Coptic Christianity 23:47 Confession, intercession, and priesthood 25:51 The Coptic church calendar 30:04 Persecuted Christianity versus cultural Christianity 34:19 The most important part of being Egyptian Show notes by Micah Long

The Dori Monson Show
Hour 2: AOC goes all ethnic

The Dori Monson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 34:34


1pm - The Fastest 15 // John Legend endorses KC Prosecutor candidate // Schrier - won't answer question about any limits // AOC goes all ethnic // S. Carolina Dem when asked about paying for her health care plan // Kyris Irving calls out Biden over Britney Griner // Brandi Kruse stops bySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Small Town Theologian
STT 097 - I Belong (4) - The Beauty of the Church's Ethnic Diversity

Small Town Theologian

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 9:50


PLEASE LEAVE A SINCERE 5-STAR RATING IF YOU CAN. If all food tasted the same, it would be pretty boring and bland. What if all people and cultures were the same? We should rejoice in the ethnic diversity of the catholic (or universal) church through the ages. Ethnic and cultural diversity is a marvelous thing and evidence of God's creativity. Harvey Cedars Bible Conference: hcbible.org Support: I don't ask for your money. I do ask that you TELL SOMEONE about the podcast and/or READ and pass on my books. This is a great help, and I hope an encouragement to you. Podcast: Apple Podcasts, Podcast Addict, Overcast, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, and more. Books: Predestined for Joy; The Heidelberg Catechism Blog: smalltowntheologian.org. Associations: Society of Reformed Podcasters & Christian Podcast Community.

Christian Podcast Community
STT 097 – I Belong (4) – The Beauty of the Church’s Ethnic Diversity

Christian Podcast Community

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022


PLEASE LEAVE A SINCERE 5-STAR RATING IF YOU CAN. If all food tasted the same, it would be pretty boring and bland. What if all people and cultures were the same? We should rejoice in the ethnic diversity of the catholic (or universal) church through the ages. Ethnic and cultural diversity is a marvelous thing and evidence of God's creativity. Harvey Cedars Bible Conference: hcbible.org Support: I don't ask for your money. I do ask that you TELL SOMEONE about the podcast and/or READ and pass on my books. This is a great help, and I hope an encouragement to you. Podcast: Apple Podcasts, Podcast Addict, Overcast, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, and more. Books: Predestined for Joy; The Heidelberg Catechism Blog: smalltowntheologian.org. Associations: Society of Reformed Podcasters & Christian Podcast Community.

SBS World News Radio
China using ethnic-minority influencers to "sanitise" image of Xinjiang report finds

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 3:07


New research has found China is using social media in increasingly sophisticated ways to sanitise its image of troubled areas, including Xinjiang. A report from the Australian Strategic Policy Institute says China's government is using popular ethnic-minority influencers to spread its narrative around the world.

ClandesTime
Subscribercast #69 – Black Ops and Geopolitics in the War in Bosnia

ClandesTime

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022


Mujahideen.  False Flags.  US interference in the peace process.  Ethnic cleansing.  The United Nations’ peacekeepers.  All this and more as... The post Subscribercast #69 – Black Ops and Geopolitics in the War in Bosnia first appeared on Spy Culture.

Daily Verse by Verse
Gen 25:1-12 58 Million Ethnic Ishmaelites

Daily Verse by Verse

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 13:37


Are there more Israelites or ethnic Ishmaelites?

Living in the USA
LA's Political Scandals: Harold Meyerson; Bryce Covert on Nurses' Strikes; John Powers on "The Trees"

Living in the USA

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 57:17


LA's political scandal is about the racism of some Latino politicians. Harold Meyerson has the big picture: Ethnic succession is the history of urban politics in the US. In America today, progressives need ethnic and racial alliances, and the participants in this taped conversation have to go. Also: Nurses have taken the lead in the wave of this year's labor activism. The largest private-sector nurses' strike in American history took place recently in Minnesota. Bryce Covert reports a key front in the fight for better health care in America. Plus: There's a novel, which is sort of about the murder of Emmett Till in Money Mississippi in 1955, written by a professor at USC, that's been shortlisted for the Booker Prize. The author is Percival Everett, and the book is called “The Trees.” John Powers comments. (originally broadcast in October 2021).

United Colors with India.
164: Afghani, Swedish, Panjabi, Persian, Indo House, Iraqi, Arabic, Reggaeton

United Colors with India.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 60:00


This week I'm flying you to the Middle-East with various trips back & forth to Sweden, France, India, US and the UK. I'll be mixing and mashing up Afghani, Iranian and Persian records with South Asian sounds. As always, pushing the growing Indo House and Ethnic flavours with new music from Kahani, Kunal Merchant, DJ Suraj, Deven Musiq, plus Aryana Sayeed, Arash, Burna Boy and many more. Strap-in, let's go! Also don't forget - you can catch me live in London, UK next Friday 14th Oct for ShiShi & Friends, DJ'ing alongside ShiShi, Bodalia, Mr. Kavalicious, Sanasesh and Queen Fisher. Tickets: https://shishi2022.eventbrite.com/ Mon 10pm PST, Tue 7pm UK, Tue 2pm EST, and Tue 11.30pm for listeners in India. Hosted by DJ and music producer: @viktoreus 

Carpet Time Confessions
Was Ethnic Day Racist?

Carpet Time Confessions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 97:51


This week Dèjá and Tyler go back down memory lane to share some of their most memorable educational experiences. Guess which host's story includes: Wearing drunk goggles at the health fair and making butter or a school side carnival and Ethnic Day (which still might be questionable)?Songs: The Way by Jill Scott 29 by Demi LovatoTv Shows: Chucky (SYFY, Peacock) Queer For Fear (Shudder)Movies: On The Come Up (Paramount +) Sissy (Shudder) Hocus Pocus 2 (Disney+)Article: https://www.instagram.com/p/CjEF72apPjn/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= IG: @carpettimeconfessions Twitter: @ct_confession

Roar Like The Lamb
3.4: An Adequate Ethnic Person

Roar Like The Lamb

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 48:11


Paola and Fr. Sam went on retreat! In this episode, they're talking about some of the fruits of that retreat, dreaming with the Lord, and what those dreams look like currently, might look like in the future, and just plain old rediscovering the capacity to dream. SHOW NOTES Check out "Searching For and Maintaining Peace" by Fr. Jacques Philippe The Tangent on Veritas Catholic Network And even though we're not sponsored by anyone, we love to plug the Hallow app! The Community of the Lamb

Frames Per Second
Atlanta - “Work Ethnic!” (S4, E5)

Frames Per Second

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 65:59 Very Popular


In this episode, we continue on with our weekly recaps of the hit FX original series “Atlanta”. We discuss the impact of Tyler Perry's impact on film and black culture while also seeing the nuisances of why his productions are conflicting. We also talk through how this episode impacts Van's character arc. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

KNX All Local
Nury Martinez steps down as LA City Council president--Audio of racist remarks highlights ethnic power struggle--LAX website target of hackers

KNX All Local

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 6:18


CATS Roundtable
Angelo Vivolo - Leader of Italian ethnic culture. Celebrating Columbus Day.

CATS Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 4:26


Angelo Vivolo - Leader of Italian ethnic culture. Celebrating Columbus Day. by John Catsimatidis

RADIOCASANIKOLASSY
THE PEACE OF ELEPHANT - SPACE ETHNIC HOUSE - PLAYLIST BY ALESSANDRO NIKOLASSY

RADIOCASANIKOLASSY

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 300:01


The Signal
How Hitler salutes and ethnic hatred returned to soccer

The Signal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 12:56


At a football match in western Sydney at the weekend, some of the supporters were doing Nazi salutes, booing the Welcome to Country, and singing ultra-nationalist chants.  It was a return to the ugly displays of violence and hatred between different ethnic groups which were once common in suburban clubs around the country.  Today, Samantha Lewis, a football writer for ABC Sport, on how the 'beautiful game' is still reckoning with its complicated history in Australia.  Featured:  Samantha Lewis, football writer, ABC Sport 

Throwing Fits
*PATREON PREVIEW* Ethnic Swag

Throwing Fits

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 11:22 Very Popular


We're a smart pod that do dumb shit. This week, Jimmy and Larry are staying dry to debate whether white lives matter, underrated overshirts, unknown stains, janitorcore, YZY SZN 9, Kanye's latest troll, society moving past the need for Riccardo Tisci, Daniel Lee put a shirt on challenge, a George Russell exit interview, the sheer variety of things Throw Gang focuses on when it comes to F1, teeing up tomorrow's all time pod drop, James' listening session PTSD, baptizing your neighbor, streetwear adults finally admitting they just want to play with toys, what to do when your wife is out of town, Lawrence officially attempting to eat 60 McNuggets in 60 minutes next week and much more. For more Throwing Fits, check us out on Patreon: www.patreon.com/throwingfits. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Antioch Podcast
Episode 209: Mark Charles – “The Hard Work of Being Prophetic.”

The Antioch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022


The Antioch Podcast is excited about today's returning guest to the podcast, Mark Charles. Mark is a Native American activist, public speaker, Reformed pastor, and author on Native American issues. He was an independent candidate for President of the United States in 2020. Mark is the son of a Navajo father and a Dutch-American mother, … Continue reading Episode 209: Mark Charles – “The Hard Work of Being Prophetic.”

OnScript
Katie Marcar – Divine Regeneration and Ethnic Mapping in 1 Peter

OnScript

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 52:56


Episode: Erin speaks with Dr. Katie Marcar about metaphors of divine regeneration in 1 Peter, metaphors of generation in other Jewish texts from the Second Temple period, seed metaphors, breastmilk metaphors, […] The post Katie Marcar – Divine Regeneration and Ethnic Mapping in 1 Peter first appeared on OnScript.

The Road to Now
#248 The Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict w/ Laurence Broers

The Road to Now

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 44:44


Armenia and Azerbaijan were once fellow Republics within the USSR, but in the Soviet Union's last days tension between them led to bloodshed and animosity that continues today. For decades, Russia played the role of peacekeeper in the region, but Putin's invasion of Ukraine has opened the door for a new wave of Azerbaijani attacks on Armenia and both sides say the other is to blame. Laurence Broers has spent the last twenty years working as a scholar and peacemaker in the region, and has built relationships with leaders in both countries. In this episode, Laurence joins Ben for a conversation about the history of the conflict, the state of affairs today, and the impact that the international community has (and can) have on the people and politics of the region. Dr. Laurence Broers is Associate Fellow at the Russia-Eurasia Program at Chatham House, and the author of the book Armenia and Azerbaijan: Anatomy of a Rivalry. You can follow him on twitter at @LaurenceBroers. This episode was edited by Ben Sawyer.

Our True Crime Podcast
180. Hell Ride: The Murder of Hannah Cornelius

Our True Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 48:03


****Content Warning**** Sexual Assault****Cape Town, South Africa: In the early hours of May 27, 2017, Hannah Cornelius drove her friend Cheslin Marsh home after a night out. Before Cheslin could say goodbye, four men hijacked the car at knifepoint and kidnapped the two Stellenbosch University students. Cheslin was beaten with bricks and left to die. The gang members brutally assaulted Hannah and then murdered her in a senseless, brutal, and barbaric attack.The gang members would then go on a crime spree in Hannah's car until the police finally caught them.Please join Cam and Jen as we discuss Hell Ride: Hannah Cornelius. **Jen apologizes in advance if she pronounced anything incorrectly. She really tried!A HUGE thank you to Nicole from True Crime South Africa for helping us get the court documents.Thanks to the OTCP teamListener Discretion by Edward @OctoberpodVHS. You can find him on all your podcast apps or at https://www.youtube.com/c/octoberpodhomevideoProducer and theme music by Nico Vettesewetalkofdreams.comResearched and written by Lauretta AllenSources:The foundation was set up in Hannah's name by her mother, Anna.https://hcfoundation.org.za/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USfgKniVtWYhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zUD-60cW-Ehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_PUy_jZNMYhttps://www.news24.com/News24/breaking-life-sentences-for-3-found-guilty-of-hannah-cornelius-rape-murder-20181112https://www.thefreelibrary.com/Hannah+Cornelius+murder%3A+All+we+know+after+kidnapped+student+is...-a0560179357https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/crime/hannah-cornelius-death-killers-documentary-26623496https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUOHEN3cvoIhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_PUy_jZNMYhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8KmB2MiU6ghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6E3cEMDCbRMhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=orBfyTErUCMhttps://www.findagrave.com/memorial/194232581/hannah-corneliushttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6w0Fl2OtIYhttps://www.news24.com/News24/breaking-life-sentences-for-3-found-guilty-of-hannah-cornelius-rape-murder-20181112https://www.timeslive.co.za/news/south-africa/2018-10-10-hannah-corneliuss-last-hours-by-one-of-the-men-accused-of-killing-her/https://www.timeslive.co.za/news/south-africa/2018-10-17-hannah-murder-thumbprint-on-condom-comes-to-light/https://www.timeslive.co.za/news/south-africa/2018-10-22-how-a-cold-drink-bottle-could-provide-crucial-evidence-in-the-hannah-cornelius-case/https://www.timeslive.co.za/news/south-africa/2018-10-24-i-admit-it-all-weeping-hannah-murder-accused-confesses-after-graphic-testimony/https://www.instagram.com/_hannahcor/?hl=enhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Numbers_Gang#:~:text=The%20Numbers%20Gang%20is%20a,in%20most%20South%20African%20prisons.https://www.vice.com/en/article/8xpnqb/portraits-of-south-africas-bloodiest-prison-gang-the-numberhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rj2UWcTSRwUhttps://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/crime/hannah-cornelius-death-killers-documentary-26623496?fbclid=IwAR0dH_XTVtD3ayGXaRt2boCo24HVn6RLF87qmJnj9aAIF4hX45kIhNXu27whttps://www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2018-10-18-honour-the-dead-understand-their-last-moments-face-the-horror/https://www.timeslive.co.za/news/south-africa/2018-03-26-drowning-of-mother-of-slain-maties-student-hannah-cornelius-an-accident/https://www.google.com/maps/place/Scarborough+Beach/@-28.9560094,16.8057487,5.5z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x1dcc14f91029e049:0x17d9a8e039f9a58a!8m2!3d-34.1995929!4d18.371973https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cape_Townhttps://www.britannica.com/place/Cape-Town/The-peoplehttps://tears.org.za/ Organization that Hannah volunteered withhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9zHTuG1paQhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zelxeuLM0xkhttps://www.wunderground.com/history/daily/za/matroosfontein/FACT/date/2018-3-25http://www.sun.ac.za/english/alumni/Pages/default.aspxhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaffir_(racial_term)https://dsae.co.za/entry/kaffertjie/e03577#:~:text=1972%20G.J.%20Broekhuysen%20in%20Std%20Encycl.%20of%20Sn,An%20insulting%20term%20for%20a%20young%20black%20boy.https://www.google.com/maps/place/Kraaifontein,+Cape+Town,+South+Africa/@-33.8775127,18.6095283,11.25z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x1dcc53fc0609e907:0x15ea5ff10f6470d3!8m2!3d-33.8472657!4d18.7174437https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xhosa_peoplehttps://www.news24.com/News24/dna-confirms-unknown-suspect-in-hannah-cornelius-rape-murder-20181018https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6366637/Father-gang-rape-victim-Hannah-Cornelius-faces-killers-court.htmlhttps://www.news24.com/News24/hannah-cornelius-accused-found-guilty-on-all-charges-20181107https://blogs.sun.ac.za/irene/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stellenbosch#:~:text=To%20the%20south%20is%20Stellenbosch,1%2C590%20m%20(5%2C220%20ft).https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethnic_groups_in_South_Africa***The Court Transcript from the Trial***https://www.iol.co.za/capeargus/news/dna-of-hannahcornelius-killers-found-in-used-condoms-at-crime-scene-17597970https://www.thesouthafrican.com/news/hannah-cornelius-geraldo-parsons-tattoos/https://thenumbersgang.weebly.com/https://theconversation.com/heres-how-some-of-cape-towns-gangsters-got-out-and-stayed-out-170485

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick
SUPD 676 Wajahat Ali and Nayyera Haq (and not because they have similar ethnic backgrounds)

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 60:16


On today's show I covered the late breaking news that there were Nuclear Documents hanging out at Mar E Lago and then I welcomed both Nayyera Haq and Wajahat Ali together. We had a hilarious and thought provoking conversation about politics, racism the horror that is taking place in Pakistan due to flooding and much more.  Please subscribe to the show so I can do it again tomorrow.  Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more Wajahat Ali is a Daily Beast columnist, public speaker, recovering attorney, and tired dad of three cute kids. Get his book Go Back To Where You Came From: And, Other Helpful Recommendations on Becoming American which will be published in January 2022 by Norton. He believes in sharing stories that are by us, for everyone: universal narratives told through a culturally specific lens to entertain, educate and bridge the global divides.   He frequently appears on television and podcasts for his brilliant, incisive, and witty political commentary. Born in the Bay Area, California to Pakistani immigrant parents, Ali went to school wearing Husky pants and knowing only three words of English. He graduated from UC Berkeley with an English major and became a licensed attorney. He knows what it feels like to be the token minority in the classroom and the darkest person in a boardroom. Like Spiderman, he's often had the power and responsibility of being the cultural ambassador of an entire group of people, those who are often marginalized, silenced, or reduced to stereotypes. His essays, interviews, and reporting have appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Washington Post, The Guardian, and New York Review of Books. Ali has spoken at many organizations, from Google to Walmart-Jet to Princeton University to the United Nations to the Chandni Indian-Pakistani Restaurant in Newark, California, and his living room in front of his three kids. Nayyera Haq is an energetic and versatile broadcast journalist. She hosts hours of conversation on SiriusXM talk radio. She launched and hosted the nightly newscast, The World Tonight and was Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent for the Black News Channel. Nayyera leads conversations in response to breaking news, helping people around the country understand the political and social currents of the moment. Nayyera's insights and personal appeal make her a regular television guest of hosts like Bill Maher, Joy Reid, and Jake Tapper. She publishes in outlets as varied as The Daily Beast, The Washington Post, Refinery 29, and The Root. Nayyera previously served as a Senior Director in the White House and Senior Advisor at the State Department, advising our nation's top leaders on issues of international security and diplomacy. Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page