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The Beagle Has Landed Podcast
New ACMG Guidelines for Expanded Carrier Screening with Barbara Harrison and Katie Stoll

The Beagle Has Landed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021


Today, Laura speaks with Barbara Harrison, Assistant Professor at Howard University (and 2020 NSGC Natalie Weissberger Paul National Achievement Award winner) and Katie Stoll, executive director of Genetic Support Foundation, about the new guidelines from ACMG on expanded carrier screening: how these changes move the field forward, and how they fall short.

The Comic Section Podcast
ISSUE #140 (Let There Be Carnage, Black Adam, & More)

The Comic Section Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 70:54


On this issue of The Comic Section, we have guest host Comic Book John joining Jason this week! We discuss Venom 2 doing well at the box office. Zack Synder's Justice League called a "Global Phenomenon" by HBO Max. We get our first look from DC's Black Adam suit, as well as Hawkman's suit. George Clooney reveals why his Batman isn't in the new Flash movie. Ben Affleck gives love to "The Flash" film. Netflix funds the Chadwick Boseman Memorial Scholarship at Howard University. We preview trailers from Locke & Key season two, Game Of Thrones spin-off, House Of The Dragon, & the final trailer of Dune. We review the season finale of Marvel's What If, and Jason reviews Venom: Let There Be Carnage. Plus we give you the new upcoming events for the week! Tune in!

Educated Guess: A Podcast for Artists
How to Re-contextualize Your Upbringing (ft. Curry Hackett) | Ep. 218

Educated Guess: A Podcast for Artists

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 54:44


Curry Hackett is a transdisciplinary designer, public artist, and educator. His practice, Wayside Studio is formerly based in Washington, DC, and currently operates out of Knoxville, TN collaborates with communities and organizations to engage matters pertaining to culture, infrastructure, ecology, and the public realm. Noteworthy work includes the Howard Theatre Walk of Fame, the DC High Water Mark system, the DC Clean Rivers Project, and his ongoing research project Drylongso, which explores the relationship between Blackness, food, plants, and land. He has lectured at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Carleton University, Howard University, Fashion Institute of Technology, and Maryland College Institute of Art. Currently, Hackett is an adjunct architecture professor at University of Tennessee after spending several years teaching at his alma mater, Howard University, Yale, and Carleton Universities in Spring 2021 in partnership with the anti-racist design justice school, Dark Matter University. Wayside Studio Subscribe to Our Newsletter Follow Us on Instagram

7:31 AM
October 6th, 2021: Ghost Recon Battle Royale Game, Possibility of DONDA Electronics, Pau Gasol Retires & More.

7:31 AM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 8:00


On Today's show:‘No Time to Die' Week!On This Day: In 1993, Michael Jordan Retired from the NBA After 9 seasons & 3 Championships.Sora From Kingdom Hearts is the Final Super Smash Bros. Character.New Ghost Recon Battle Royale Game.Kanye Has Filed a Patent for a DONDA Line of Electronics.Justin Aversano's Twin Flames is Going to Christie's Today.Netflix Establishes Chadwick A. Boseman Scholarship at Howard University.Veteran Pau Gasol Announces Retirement from Basketball.For more details on these stories and many more, follow ONE37pm on IG, Twitter, FB and TT.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Salt & Spine
Matthew Raiford // Bress 'n' Nyam

Salt & Spine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 65:20


**Today's episode is brought to you by Chronicle Books. Salt + Spine listeners can use the code SALT25 to get 25% off orders—with free ground shipping on orders over $25—through the end of 2021.**This week, we're excited to welcome Chef Matthew Raiford to Salt + Spine, the podcast on stories behind cookbooks.Matthew is a self-titled "CheFarmer"—that is Chef and Farmer—and the author of Bress ‘n' Nyam: Gullah Geechee Recipes from a Sixth-Generation Farmer. Matthew was raised in Brunswick, Georgia, where his formerly enslaved great-great-grandfather, Jupiter Gilliard, had amassed more than 450 acres of land by 1874. Today, about 40 acres remain—where Matthew grew up farming alongside his grandmother, his father, and his sister, who now helps run Gilliard Farms with Matthew. Growing up, Matthew spent a lot of time in the kitchen, too, where he learned from his family how to prepare many of the dishes he still loves today.But before Matthew became a chef, he left the South to join the military and at the time claimed he would never go back. During his three tours, he spent time in Germany, Korea, and the Middle East.And then at age 28, Matthew returned to the States to pursue an education in physiology at Howard University. He quickly realized that becoming a physical therapist would take eight years and gave it up when a close friend told him he ought to go to culinary school instead.After completing a year of culinary school in Virginia, he decided to continue his culinary education at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York, and later attended the University of California–Santa Cruz where he received a degree in ecological horticulture.Since 2010, when Matthew's grandmother handed over the deed to the family's land, Matthew has worked with his sister as the sixth generation to farm their family's land. For several years, he also ran a restaurant called the Farmer and the Larder in downtown Brunswick, which led to a nomination for a James Beard Best Chef Award.Matthew's debut cookbook, titled Bress ‘n' Nyam—a Gullah phrase that means “Bless and Eat”—is filled with both recipes and stories passed down through generations. The recipes honor the land and the food that it provides and are cataloged into sections based on the elements: Eart (Earth), De Wata (Water), Fiah (Fire), Win' (Wind), Sweet'n (Nectar), and De Spirits (Spirits). It opens with an ancestral tree and the story of Matthew's great-great-grandfather.And the recipes within range from a whole hog, roasted over a pit, to plenty of accessible, humble recipes like Reezy Peezy, a rice and bean dish often called Hoppin John whose roots are with the Gullah Geechee. As Salt + Spine friend chef Todd Richards writes, Bress 'n' Nyam “more than gives people a great appreciation of Black Culture, it further shows the diversity of Black Culture through different shades and hues, with Gullah Geechee cuisine as the Matriarch of the Black Food Family.”‍CheFarmer Matthew Raiford joined us remotely from Gillard Farm for this week's show to #TalkCookbooks. We've got a great chat, including our signature culinary game. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Mix Chicago Flash Briefings
Evening Flash Briefing 10.05.21

The Mix Chicago Flash Briefings

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 1:02


Adele announces a new single coming out in ten days. Netflix and Howard University honor Chadwick Boseman with a scholarship fund and Snickers is introducing a new cinnamon bun flavor, out later this month!

What Else Is Going On? With Taria S. Faison
"That's What Friends Are For" ft. Askale Davis

What Else Is Going On? With Taria S. Faison

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 63:41


In this episode I got to talk to the friend of all housewives friends' Askale Davis @askaledavis We talked her fashion inspiration, her experiences growing up in Seattle Washington as the daughter of Ethiopian immigrants, Howard University and the pivot from Biology to education. We also touch on the RHOP platform (I need her holding a champagne flute please and thank you) and what she hopes to do with it, her ability to identify and speak on things in the group, her new business launch,  blended families and a moment with her bonus son that she will never forget.Talking to Askale was like talking to a friend…and I truly enjoyed every moment!

Huddle Up with Gus
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Huddle Up with Gus

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 70:24


Welcome to Huddle Up with Gus with 15-year NFL quarterback Gus Frerotte! Today, we turn to one of the most inspiring individuals Gus has met as he hosts Marques Ogden to the huddle. Growing up in a single parent home with a father that inspired perseverance and fairness, Marques Ogden learned how to define his values and set goals. Ogden attended Howard University from 1998-2002 where he played Division I football. He then followed his dream and his brother Jonathan's footsteps, eventually getting drafted into the NFL in 2003. Overall, he played for 5 years as an offensive lineman with the Titans, Bills, Ravens and Jaguars. Even during the off season, Ogden helped train football players in Europe, both physically and mentally. This is one huddle you'll be glad you joined!!

Better Than I Found It
63 | Sam Puryear, Jr. - Howard University Head Coach & Author of "Diamonds in the Rough"

Better Than I Found It

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 53:13


Coach Sam Puryear, Jr. joins the podcast. He is the Head Coach at Howard University and recently authored and published his book Diamonds in the Rough. Incredible stories and insight. Thank you for joining us Coach! Be sure to check out Diamonds in the Rough. Best of luck to the Howard University golf teams this year! Subscribe to the podcast for future episodes. You can follow us on Instagram and Facebook —> @BetterThanIFoundItPodcast Associated social media accounts: Coach McGraw - @BearCoachMcGraw Mikkel - @MikkelGolf Baylor Men's Golf - @BaylorMGolf Music: DriftMaster by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/betterthanifoundit/message

The Be More Today Show
EP 76: "Designed For Greatness" featuring Marathoner and Graphic Designer Arthur Powell, Jr.

The Be More Today Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 55:43


Arthur Powell, Jr. received his BA in Graphic Design from Howard University and studied Communications Design for graduate school at Pratt Institute. Arthur has helped design the logos and fitness apparel for hundreds of companies including Be More Today's book and company logo as well as the logo for the Be More Today Show and all BMT race apparel.  Arthur is an Epic EMR Software Consultant and provides implementation/activation training & support for healthcare providers. Some of the networks he has been able to serve include but are not limited to Cambridge Health Alliance, Cambridge Hospital Boston, MA -Community Health Network, Indianapolis, IN - Yale New Haven Health, Yale Medical Group - New York Presbyterian / Columbia, Cornell Medical Group & Hospital for Special Surgery. Prior to working in healthcare IT Arthur worked in the apparel design industry. He had the opportunity to work with TAA Apparel as a Technical and Menswear Designer for clients Macy's, Target, JCPenny & Walmart. Fresh out of school he started his career in advertising working with boutique firm MVBMS under the HAVAS Group. There he had the opportunity to work alongside clients Volvo, Evian Water and Orangina to name a few. Upon leaving HAVAS he landed a gig at Disney Buena Vista Internet Group when the internet was just emerging. As associate producer he worked with numerous clients to plan their strategies for ABC, ESPN and the OSCARS platforms online. His special interests include all things art and design, travel, running, health and fitness, crypto investing Groups/Clubs: BMT, Spartan Sundays, Spartan Sundays Running Club, and NYRR.  Follow him on IG @bgr8nyc.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bemoretoday/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bemoretoday/support

Joyce's Podcast
Let's Talk About It with Joyce Johnson, Co-Host Ananda Jamison with Zuri Godfrey #CollegLife

Joyce's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 58:33


College is the time when people are getting ready to navigate adulthood and setting the foundations for the rest of their lives. But the COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed this pivotal moment in many people's lives and brought with it a lot of uncertainty about the future.Zuri Godfrey went through his last year in college, and his internships, during the pandemic. After graduating, he landed a highly coveted internship at Google and even started his own business. In today's exciting episode, he sits down with Joyce Johnson and Ananda Jamison to talk about adjusting to these challenging new circumstances, finding ways to thrive, and the power of intentionality.About the GuestBorn and raised in Hampton, Virginia, Zuri Godfrey was a student-athlete and graduated from Business Management at Howard University.Zuri is currently an Associate Product Marketing Manager at Google and is also the CEO and founder of Build & Brand You. He has a deep passion for helping others succeed holistically; that is why his company offers brand development, group mentoring, and career identification services. Today, Build & Brand You has over 30 employees and more than 99 clients on its roster.In This EpisodeWho are Ananda Jamison and Zuri Godfrey? [1:06]What made Zuri start a business [10:31]Why did he decide on an LLC? [12:17]How did he land his internships? [27:48]Taking risks and moving past failures [43:53]…and many moreQuotes“Most of my actual experiences, whether it was internships or externships, came during COVID and that was because I was behind the computer most of the time, so I had more time on my hands than having to go to football, go to class, and commute to a job. I was able to manage everything through this screen and these zoom boxes that we're so accustomed to now.” [8:15]“Sponsors talk about you. Mentors talk to you. Coaches talk with you. And so you should know the difference between those three.” [32:08]“If you're applying to something within a company, someone from that company should know that you're applying, even if they didn't refer you. They should know that you're applying. They should know the role. And then, hopefully, they'd be in a similar role to where they can have some influence and have a voice to help you get through. So yeah [sic] it starts there.” [32:44]“You can start building relationships. You should start now, but those relationships can be pay dividends in the short-term, in the long-term.” [35:23]Resources MentionedBuild and Brand You WebsiteZuri Godfrey's LinkedInZuri Godfrey's FacebookZuri Godfrey's TwitterZuri Godfrey's InstagramAnanda Jamison's InstagramAnanda Jamison's LinkedInWhy Sales Network's WebsiteJoyce Johnson's WebsiteJoyce Johnson's FacebookJoyce Johnson's InstagramJoyce Johnson's TwitterJoyce Johnson's LinkedInJoyce Johnson's YouTubeWSN TikTok&l

Nice To Meet You
Episode 102 - Coming To America 3 with Javid

Nice To Meet You

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 66:28


Javid and I talk about his realization of race when he moved to America from Jamaica, and how it was never on his radar before he moved to DC to go to Howard University. He shares his high school experience at a boarding school located on a mountain and tells me how the Jamaican education system differs from America. We also chat about our ideal education systems and what we think needs to change in society. Javid's Social Media (IG: @Ja_Vid876

The Takeaway
Is Noise Pollution a Public Health Crisis? 2021-09-30

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 46:46


Is Noise Pollution a Public Health Crisis? Rick Neitzel, professor of environmental health sciences at the University of Michigan, joined The Takeaway to discuss the toll of noise on our bodies and the environment, and what can be done to mitigate the harm. Music or Noise?: The Story of Go-Go in a Gentrifying Neighborhood in D.C.  In 2020, Mayor Muriel Bowser signed a bill that made go-go the official music of D.C. after a resident from a luxury apartment building across the street from a Metro PCS phone store known for loudly bumping go-go music — a funky, hip-hop music rooted in Black culture which was born in D.C. The resident allegedly threatened to sue the owner of Metro PCS, which is T-Mobile. This summer, D.C. officials unveiled a go-go themed mural on the side of that same apartment building where the 2019 noise complaint was made. Natalie Hopkinson, an Associate Professor of Communication, Culture and Media Studies at Howard University and co-Founder of “Don't Mute DC” Movement, talks with The Takeaway all about go-go.  Allure's New and First Black Editor-in-Chief We talk with Jessica Cruel the new and first Black editor-in-chief of Allure magazine about her new gig, diversifying the coverage in the beauty game, and her plans for the magazine going forward. The Importance of Mentoring for Black Girls Susan L. Taylor founder and CEO of the National Cares Mentoring Movement and Dr. Monique Morris, CEO of Grantmakers for Girls of Color, joined me to discuss the importance of mentoring young Black girls at the individual level and at the community level to provide the proper foundation for them to succeed.  For transcripts, see individual segment pages. 

The Takeaway
Is Noise Pollution a Public Health Crisis? 2021-09-30

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 46:46


Is Noise Pollution a Public Health Crisis? Rick Neitzel, professor of environmental health sciences at the University of Michigan, joined The Takeaway to discuss the toll of noise on our bodies and the environment, and what can be done to mitigate the harm. Music or Noise?: The Story of Go-Go in a Gentrifying Neighborhood in D.C.  In 2020, Mayor Muriel Bowser signed a bill that made go-go the official music of D.C. after a resident from a luxury apartment building across the street from a Metro PCS phone store known for loudly bumping go-go music — a funky, hip-hop music rooted in Black culture which was born in D.C. The resident allegedly threatened to sue the owner of Metro PCS, which is T-Mobile. This summer, D.C. officials unveiled a go-go themed mural on the side of that same apartment building where the 2019 noise complaint was made. Natalie Hopkinson, an Associate Professor of Communication, Culture and Media Studies at Howard University and co-Founder of “Don't Mute DC” Movement, talks with The Takeaway all about go-go.  Allure's New and First Black Editor-in-Chief We talk with Jessica Cruel the new and first Black editor-in-chief of Allure magazine about her new gig, diversifying the coverage in the beauty game, and her plans for the magazine going forward. The Importance of Mentoring for Black Girls Susan L. Taylor founder and CEO of the National Cares Mentoring Movement and Dr. Monique Morris, CEO of Grantmakers for Girls of Color, joined me to discuss the importance of mentoring young Black girls at the individual level and at the community level to provide the proper foundation for them to succeed.  For transcripts, see individual segment pages. 

Isolation Be Like...
On Chicken Blessings

Isolation Be Like...

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 19:33


I was just minding my business, buying chicken and then... ### Also, my first ever solo storytelling show is happening October 8th, 9th and 10th 2021 at Baltimore Theatre Project. The show is called "Juneteenth Tilapia Rainbows."  If you're in the Baltimore area, come through and check out the show. Or... If you're a fan of the podcast and can't make to the theater - here's a special link just for you and few select friends and family to watch the show virtually on October 9th at 8pm ET:  https://phillgoodstories.ticketspice.com/juneteenth-tilapia-rainbows   Isolation Be Like is Created, Produced and Hosted by Phill Branch (aka Phill Boogie) This podcast is supported by a 2019 Rubys Artist Grant, which is a program of the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation. Phill Branch is a storyteller working in film, creative nonfiction and theater. He is the 2019 recipient of the Maryland State Arts Council's Solo Performance Artist Award. He is also a GrandSlam Champion of The Moth in DC. An alumnus of the American Film Institute, Branch recently directed Searching for Shaniqua; his documentary about the impact names have on people's lives.The film won the HBO Best Documentary award at the 2016 Martha's Vineyard African-American Film Festival. Branch has served as a professor at his alma mater Hampton University and recently at Howard University. He is currently a Professor of Practice at Goucher College in Communication and Media Studies, focusing on race and ethnicity in film and media. Find us at @isolationbelike and @phillbranch on Twitter and IG / phillbranch.com /  isolationbelike.com / Email: phillbranch@gmail.com Subscribe and share! Thanks for listening.  

Show-Me Institute Podcast
Parents are Starting to Ask Tough Questions - Gerard Robinson

Show-Me Institute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 26:16


Gerard Robinson is a Fellow of Practice and Vice President for Education, Advanced Studies in Culture Foundation. Gerard served as Commissioner of Education for the State of Florida and Secretary of Education for the Commonwealth of Virginia. His other leadership roles have included Executive Director of the Center for Advancing Opportunity and Director and President of the Black Alliance for Educational Options. Robinson also was a Resident Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. He is coeditor of Education for Liberation: The Politics of Promise and Reform Inside and Beyond America's Prisons(2019) and Education Savings Accounts: The New Frontier in School Choice (2017). In addition, he cohosts The Learning Curve: National Education Podcast. Robinson has been published or quoted in AEI Ideas, Gallup News, Newsweek, The Hedgehog Review, the Hill, the New York Times, the Washington Examiner, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, and US News & World Report. He earned a BA from Howard University and an EdM from Harvard University, as well as an AA from El Camino Community College. Produced by Show-Me Opportunity

Washington Post Live
Patients, doctors and advocates discuss the effects of the pandemic on cancer care

Washington Post Live

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 49:48


The COVID-19 pandemic presented huge challenges for people living with cancer. From delayed screenings to higher rates of advanced diagnosis to elevated risks for immunocompromised patients, this pandemic has forced people living with cancer and the health care workers who care for them to make difficult, life-changing decisions.Wayne A.I. Frederick, MD, president of Howard University and a surgeon, and Meg Kinnard, an Associated Press politics reporter who is battling cancer, join The Post to the impact of the novel coronavirus on cancer and the path forward as the nation continues to navigate its way out of the pandemic.

This Academic Life
Ep.18 – Academic Entrepreneurs

This Academic Life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021


Academic and entrepreneurship are strongly linked in many ways as they work together in contributing to technology and economic developments in our society. Today, we'll learn from an academic entrepreneur, Dr. Adam Ryason, The CEO and founder of “Intelligent Medicine Inc.” and learn how he started his exciting adventures. Intelligent Medicine Inc. is a software and simulation startup company based in upstate NY.   Reference list:  Music by RuthAnn Schallert-Wygal (schallert.wygal@gmail.com) Artwork is created using Canva (canva.com)  Contact list:  If you have any comments about our show or have suggestions for a future topic, please contact us at info@thisacademiclife.org. You can also find us on the webpage https://thisacademiclife.org and on facebook group “This Academic Life”.  Cast list: Dr. Adam Ryason is the CEO and founder of Intelligent Medicine Inc. https://www.intmed.us/#about  Prof. Kim Michelle Lewis (host) is a Professor of Physics and Associate Dean of Research, Graduate Programs, and Natural Sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences at Howard University. Prof. Pania Newel (host) is currently an Assistant Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department at The University of Utah.  Prof. Lucy Zhang (host) is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering in the Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Nuclear Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) Support This Academic Life by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/this-academic-life

The Success Journey Show
EP 114 - Courage To Keep Going w/ Pierre Quinn

The Success Journey Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 53:16


For over 15 years Pierre has taught higher education, faith-based, nonprofit, and corporate leaders the strategies they need to experience personal success and professional growth. Pierre is the author of Leading While Green: How Emerging Leaders Can Ripen Into Effective Leaders and Leading While Scared: How To Find The Courage To Keep Going. He is the CEO of The Cardell Group, LLC, a consulting firm which focuses on growing leaders and empowering teams of all sizes. Pierre holds graduate degrees in communication and theology from Andrews University and a certificate in Executive Leadership from Howard University.

Encyclopedia Womannica
Educators: Lucy Diggs Slowe

Encyclopedia Womannica

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 6:30


This month, we're going back to school with stories of the most influential women educators in history. History classes can get a bad wrap, and sometimes for good reason. When we were students, we couldn't help wondering... where were all the ladies at? Why were so many incredible stories missing from the typical curriculum? Enter, Encyclopedia Womannica. On this Wonder Media Network podcast we explore the lives of inspiring women in history you may not know about, but definitely should.Every weekday, listeners explore the trials, tragedies, and triumphs of groundbreaking women throughout history who have dramatically shaped the world around us. In each 5 minute episode, we'll dive into the story behind one woman listeners may or may not know -- but definitely should. These diverse women from across space and time are grouped into easily accessible and engaging monthly themes like Educators, Villains, Indigenous Storytellers, Activists, and many more. Encyclopedia Womannica is hosted by WMN co-founder and award-winning journalist Jenny Kaplan. The bite-sized episodes pack painstakingly researched content into fun, entertaining, and addictive daily adventures. Encyclopedia Womannica was created by Liz Kaplan and Jenny Kaplan, executive produced by Jenny Kaplan, and produced by Liz Smith, Grace Lynch, Maddy Foley, Brittany Martinez, Edie Allard, Lindsey Kratochwill, Sundus Hassan, Adesuwa Agbonile, Carmen Borca-Carrillo, Taylor Williamson, and Ale Tejada. Special thanks to Shira Atkins.We are offering free ad space on Wonder Media Network shows to organizations working towards social justice. For more information, please email Jenny at pod@wondermedianetwork.com.Follow Wonder Media Network:WebsiteInstagramTwitter

Nailed It Ortho
67: Nth Dimensions, Business Contracts & Negotiations w/ Dr. Bonnie Simpson Mason

Nailed It Ortho

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 66:40


Find Dr. Mason's book at : www.naileditortho.com/contracts  Listen to our episode on Intro to Contracts & Negotiations as Dr. Mason gives us an excellent overview!  Dr. Mason is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon who teaches at the University of Texas Medical Branch and the University of Louisville, respectively, in orthopaedics and graduate medical education. His personal objective is to teach, enable, and inspire future and present physicians to fulfill their full potential as thoroughly qualified medical professionals through innovative educational programs in diversity, the business of medicine, and professional development. Also, she served as the CFO of Grant Orthopaedic Bone and Joint Surgeons from 2001 to 2008 after finishing her general surgery internship at UCLA and her orthopaedic surgery residency at Howard University. Through the founding of OPM Education, Inc. (OPM), a non-profit organization, Dr. Mason delivers this live curriculum to future and practicing physicians nationwide with the support of experienced physician and expert-faculty. The curriculum has since been converted to digital media found at www.BeyondtheExamRoom.com®.   As a surgeon turned physician educator, one of Dr. Mason's primary endeavors includes serving as the executive director of Nth Dimensions, Inc. (Nth Dimensions). Nth Dimensions is an educational non-profit organization which develops and facilitates scholarship and internship programs focused on increasing diversity in medicine, decreasing gender and health disparities, and promoting professional development of aspiring physicians in orthopaedic surgery and other specialties. Founded in 2004 by Dr. Mason, Nth Dimensions has awarded over 1.2 M dollars in scholarships and program grants; Dr. Mason has successfully exposed thousands of students to orthopaedics and has increased the bottom line numbers of women and underrepresented minorities in this field. Goal of episode: To develop a baseline knowledge on Intro to Contracts & Negotiations. We cover: How Nth Dimensions was started Who your advisory team should consist of Basic intro to contracts from the doctors perspective Things you should know before you start negotiating contracts Tips on negotiating contracts for deals you want

Oh, My Health...There Is Hope!
Episode 235: Change One Thing with Dr. Teresa Fuller

Oh, My Health...There Is Hope!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 25:08


In this episode of Oh My Heath ... There's HOPE! Jana talks with Dr. Teresa Fuller. Dr. Fuller is a double board-certified physician in pediatrics and integrative holistic medicine and holds a Ph.D. in physiology. She received both her M.D. and Ph.D. at Howard University in 1999 and has been a practicing pediatrician in the Maryland area for more than 15 years. According to T, “Holistic medicine is an approach to medicine that involves getting to the root causes of illness and supplying the body with what it needs to heal and restore normal function. This is based on the understanding that the body is fully equipped to self-heal when given the proper support. This is much superior to simply covering up the symptoms with medications, and it's a much more rewarding way to practice medicine.”   Dr. T is the Executive Director of A Healthy Tomorrow, PA, an organization that empowers families with health education and resources to achieve optimal wellness. Dr. T has been a contributing health writer for The Baltimore Times, Demand Media, and has also appeared on several local network news and talk shows, and in national publications. She is the author of Change 1 Thing: A Doctor's 12 Step Guide to Permanent Weight Loss, Disease Prevention, and a Lifetime of Incredible Health. More recently, she has published her first novel, Time of Death: The Next Pandemic.   "If tomorrow comes, you'll have to live in the consequences of the choices that you make today. Choose wisely!"   Jana and Dr. Fuller talk about: 1) Finding yourself dealing daily with pain and what is the root cause? 2) Learning how to start putting things into practice 3) Connecting a healthy diet to supporting your wellness journey 4) Foods that cause an inflammatory response 5) Take a month to change one thing, start with drinking water 6) How to create change in your children's view of a healthy diet     This 30-minute episode is on: In this episode, Jana and Dr. T discuss finding yourself dealing with pain and what is the root cause. Learning to start putting things into practice and connecting your diet to your wellness journey. Dr. T also talks about foods that can cause an inflammatory response in your body, and how to create change in your children's view of what a healthy diet looks like.   Meet Dr. Teresa Fuller: http://www.drteresafuller.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/drteresafuller/ https://www.facebook.com/drteresafuller   Get in touch with Jana and listen to more Podcasts: https://www.janashort.com/   Show Music ‘Hold On' by Amy Gerhartz https://www.amygerhartz.com/music   Free Subscription to Best Holistic Life Magazine: https://www.bestholisticlife.com/   Connect with Jana Short: https://www.janashort.com/contact/

Isolation Be Like...
On Driving in a Box

Isolation Be Like...

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 17:46


I faced a challenging test this week. Take a listen. Also, my first ever solo storytelling show is happening October 8th, 9th and 10th 2021 at Baltimore Theatre Project. The show is called "Juneteenth Tilapia Rainbows."  If you're in the Baltimore area, come through and check out the show. Or... If you're a fan of the podcast and can't make to the theater - here's a special link just for you and few select friends and family to watch the show virtually on October 9th at 8pm ET:  https://phillgoodstories.ticketspice.com/juneteenth-tilapia-rainbows   Isolation Be Like is Created, Produced and Hosted by Phill Branch (aka Phill Boogie) This podcast is supported by a 2019 Rubys Artist Grant, which is a program of the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation. Phill Branch is a storyteller working in film, creative nonfiction and theater. He is the 2019 recipient of the Maryland State Arts Council's Solo Performance Artist Award. He is also a GrandSlam Champion of The Moth in DC. An alumnus of the American Film Institute, Branch recently directed Searching for Shaniqua; his documentary about the impact names have on people's lives.The film won the HBO Best Documentary award at the 2016 Martha's Vineyard African-American Film Festival. Branch has served as a professor at his alma mater Hampton University and recently at Howard University. He is currently a Professor of Practice at Goucher College in Communication and Media Studies, focusing on race and ethnicity in film and media. Find us at @isolationbelike and @phillbranch on Twitter and IG / phillbranch.com /  isolationbelike.com / Email: phillbranch@gmail.com Subscribe and share! Thanks for listening.  

SDG Talks
SDG 17 | SDSN Breaks Down USA Racial Inequality Index | Alainna Lynch and Helen Bond

SDG Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 41:50


Welcome back to another episode of SDG Talks where we highlight change makers and their inspirational work towards the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)! Do you think it's possible to learn from history's wrongs so we can move everybody forward? IN THIS EPISODE: - Which past inequalities were further exposed by the pandemic? - How to use SDSN's reports to create sustainable action - Why SDG partnerships are so crucial Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN USA) is a network of universities and research institutions across the United States committed to building pathways towards achieving the SDGs and Paris Climate Agreement by mobilizing research, outreach and collective action. We were lucky enough to talk with SDSN's very own Senior Research Manager Alianna Lynch and Co-Chair Dr. Helen Bond to share their findings from the Racial Inequality Index report with all of you! Prior to SDSN, Alainna Lynch worked with Overseas Development Institute (ODI) on the Leave No One Behind Agenda. She has a degree in Sociology from the University of Chicago and a Master's in Evidence-Based Social Intervention from Oxford University. Her research interests include understanding how poverty and inequality become entrenched in social systems, and how to prevent harm when designing policy and programs. Dr. Helen Bond is an Associate Professor at Howard University in Washington D.C. and former director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Assessment. She is a Fulbright-Nehru Scholar to India and is a contributing author of the UNESCO publication, Teaching Respect for All: Implementation Guide, which outlines a curricular framework to promote respect which countries can adapt to their respective contexts and needs. She was also the contributing author to the UNESCO publication entitled, Teacher's Guide on the Prevention of Violent Extremism, the first contribution to the implementation of the UN Secretary-General's Plan of Action to Prevent Violent Extremism, announced in January 2016. She authored a series of Teacher Guides for the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Education for Justice (E4J) initiative that seeks to promote a culture of lawfulness through education. Connect with Alainna: LinkedIn Connect with Helen: LinkedIn Resources: - Never More Urgent - Full Report - In the Red - Full Report Let's get SDG Talking!! Got a good story or want to collaborate? Send us an email at sdgtalkspodcast@gmail.com and we will get back to you as soon as we can! And don't forget to check out our Virtual Roundtables on our website! Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn

Black to Business
63: How To Create A PR Strategy That Aligns With Your Brand w/ Sakita Holley

Black to Business

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 55:11


Name: Sakita Holley Current Title: CEO, House of Success PR  Location: NYC Educational Background: Howard University Alum   About Sakita: Sakita Holley is an award winning publicist and the Founder/CEO of House of Success PR. The ten year old firm has worked with a wide array of clients that include Luster's Pink, African Pride, Lottabody, KinkyCurlyYaki, Harlem Arts Festival, Heat Free Hair and more. In addition to her PR work, she also hosts a popular business podcast called The Sakita Method, which is designed to help millennial women win at work, in business and everywhere in between. Sakita has been featured by Essence Magazine, Black Enterprise, Women's Biz Journals, xoNecole and more for her PR and business expertise. In 2017, Sakita was named as one of PRWeek's 40 Under 40 honorees and she is a proud graduate of Howard University. You can find and follow her on social media @MissSuccess. DURING THIS EPISODE WE DISCUSSED: How to start building your PR Strategy - starting with what you have  How do your PR and Marketing work together  How to make use of social media and influencers to promote your brand  How to prepare to work with a PR specialist/company For complete show notes and resources mentioned for this episode go to: blacktobusiness.com/63   Thank you so much for listening! Please support us by simply rating and reviewing our podcast!  

Hello SOMEBODY
Let's Get College for All with Erica England

Hello SOMEBODY

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 51:39


SNT gets into the nitty gritty of the dire state of education with mentee, friend and Howard University student, Erica England. From gentrification in collegiate neighborhoods, to the housing and job financial crisis, to student debt and the needed regulation for tuition, Erica bravely shares her story of what she's experiencing (and megaphoning about) when it comes to what it is really like at an HBCU (Historically Black College University) specifically and college in general.  Link: American Association of University Women report: “Women Doubly Squeezed by Student Debt https://www.aauw.org/resources/news/media/press-releases/women-doubly-squeezed-by-student-debt/ Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Hello Somebody
Let's Get College for All with Erica England

Hello Somebody

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 51:39


SNT gets into the nitty gritty of the dire state of education with mentee, friend and Howard University student, Erica England. From gentrification in collegiate neighborhoods, to the housing and job financial crisis, to student debt and the needed regulation for tuition, Erica bravely shares her story of what she's experiencing (and megaphoning about) when it comes to what it is really like at an HBCU (Historically Black College University) specifically and college in general.  Link: American Association of University Women report: “Women Doubly Squeezed by Student Debt https://www.aauw.org/resources/news/media/press-releases/women-doubly-squeezed-by-student-debt/ Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Forum
Toni Morrison: The legacy of a literary legend

The Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 39:38


The American writer Toni Morrison once said, “If there's a book that you want to read, but it hasn't been written yet, then you must write it.” It was an urge which in her case yielded a rich array of novels, children's books, plays and essays. Toni Morrison stands tall, as the first black woman of any nationality to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. Celebrated for her masterpiece Beloved, she remains a towering figure, one of the most well-known and oft-taught authors of our age. Since her death in August 2019, many have been reassessing her multiple legacies: as a novelist, cultural critic, and editor. Joining Bridget Kendall to explore the life, work and impact of Toni Morrison are Dana Williams, Professor of African American Literature at Howard University in Washington DC and current President of the Toni Morrison Society; Janis A. Mayes, Emerita professor of African American Studies at Syracuse University, US; and Aretha Phiri, Associate Professor at Rhodes University in Grahamstown / Makhanda, South Africa. Produced by Jo Impey for BBC World Service Additional research by Tessa Roynon [Photo: Toni Morrison in Chicago, Illinois in 2010. Credit: Getty Images / Daniel Boczarski / FilmMagic]

Shock Your Potential
Your Personal Mission Statement - Georgia Woodbine

Shock Your Potential

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 21:53


"Your mindset is the biggest barrier between what you want out of life, where you are now and where you're trying to be." Georgia Woodbine The single most important step you can ever take in your life is cultivating the right mindset. This is because having the right mindset plays a crucial role in determining how you perceive and cope with challenges that life throws your way. Today, our guest, Georgia Woodbine, who lives to empower people to go after their best life, says that it all starts with a shift in the mindset. Georgia Woodbine is one of the world's top female speakers and expert personal and professional development coach and has helped to motivate and inspire an entire generation. She is widely known as a change agent, author, lifestyle transformation coach, and dynamic and entertaining speaker. Georgia has been featured in media outlets such as; The Daily News, Huffington Post, Rolling Out Magazine, Sirius Radio XM. Georgia created a curriculum and lectured at The Learning Annex, one of the premier producers of seminars, lectures, classes, and workshops throughout North America. She has also been a guest speaker at Time Warner Cable, Columbia University, Stony Brook University, Rutgers University, Howard University, Medgar Evers College, Monroe College, Georgian Court University, as well as a long list of other network organizations. She has authored several books and has over fifteen years of entrepreneurial business success as well as an extensive marketing background working in the entertainment industry with; Def Jam, PolyGram, WNYU Radio, WQHT-Hot 97, Black Enterprise Magazine, and the Apollo Theatre where she honed her management, promotions, and marketing skills. Georgia created and developed a curriculum based on her book, "How to Choose Your Career Path: Charting Your Success," and lectured at numerous school districts and colleges to help prepare students with employment tools and life skills. She has been a life coach for over thirteen years and has trained and coached hundreds of people. In love with life, Georgia enjoys being an empowerment advocate for others to find their true purpose. She captures her audiences with her message of hope, inspiration, and the power of intention. Her passion continues to touch countless souls in their pursuit of happiness. In today's episode, Georgia will talk about her personal journey and the evolution to becoming who she is today. She will also explain why a shift in mindset is the first step to changing all other aspects of your life. Listen in!   Social Media Website http://georgiawoodbine.com/shop/   Instagram https://instagram.com/georgiawoodbine/   Facebook https://www.facebook.com/georgia.woodbine?ref=tn_tnmn   Linkedin www.linkedin.com/pub/georgia-woodbine/29/412/5/Edit   Twitter https://twitter.com/GWNetwork   Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLC6GbdCg3orQBN0QQnv4JdbEqyV4kwGu8  I am a change agent, a lightworker, teacher, writer, author, speaker, and a lifestyle transformation coach. [3:04] My mission in life is to empower others to live in their highest potential, share my personal journey, and teach them how to confront the things they want to change. [3:17] One of the things I always teach as a life coach is that everybody should have a mission statement and when I say that to people, they look at me like I have two heads. [3:41] A mission statement helps you stay focused, gives you clarity, helps you be in alignment, and allows you to prioritize your time based on what's important to you. [4:01] Once you understand what that mission statement is, you can tap into your gifts, talents, natural abilities, skill set, and job experience, and you can pull all those things together to create the life you love. [4:18] My personal journey on transformation began about 16 years ago at a point in my life where I was dealing with major [5:34] When you are pushed up against a wall, and you see your life unraveling before your eyes, that's when you're forced to look deeper within and are forced to confront yourself and ask the tough questions. [ 5:52] The most important question that I ever asked myself was, "Why am I here?" and that is tied to your purpose, your passion, and the things that bring you joy and [6:18] Most people don't even realize that they either have a fixed mindset that comes from the belief that your qualities are carved in stone or a growth mindset that comes from the belief that you can create anything that you want at any given time. [8:00] When you have a fixed mindset, you prefer to stay with what's familiar and tend not to try new things because you feel it's so hard or challenging. [8:21] When you have a growth mindset, you believe that your qualities are things that you can cultivate through work and effort and that you can change anything at any given time in your life. [8:36] You have a growth mindset when you embrace change and new opportunities, and you understand that when you're challenged, there's room for growth for you to evolve. [8:54] When you have a growth mindset, they inspire you to try when you see someone else succeeding. [9:12] It is so important for people to laser in and understand what kind of mindset they have to change it. [9:30] Commercial break. [9:42] Your mindset is the biggest barrier between what you want out of life, where you are now, and where you're trying to be. [10:57] Sometimes in life, you have to retrain your mindset, including retraining your thoughts and belief systems. [11:14] Society puts labels on us all the time, but it's really about finding out who you are, beyond those labels. [11:27] The hardest thing for people is to understand who is the true self, but when you get to the place of the true self, you understand that you are authentic. [11:44] I realized that I have come to the realization of my true self and that I have the power to create whatever I desire, which may not happen exactly when I wanted to, but it will happen. [12:14] When you retrain your mindset, your thoughts cannot be incapable of what you were trying to create. [12:30] You have to be aligned mentally, emotionally, physically if you're trying to manifest change in your life with what you're trying to create. [12:36] The magic in my life began when I started to understand how to let go and living in the present moment, not worrying about your past and not fretting about your future. [13:58] I love the quote by Dr. Dwayne Dwyer, which says, "when you change the way you look at things, the things you look at chang" [14:25] When you achieve the things you want, you're going to desire more things, so it is important to understand your why and your motive behind why you do what you do. [15:00] The first step to changing anything in your life is to change your mindset, and it is the first and most important step to achieving anything you want in life. [16:08] You have to develop a plan of action because nothing happens until something moves. You have to take action steps daily to achieve whatever you want to achieve in life. [16:32] Make a commitment to yourself and discover your true motivation behind why you want to achieve these goals. [16:44] Understand that behind every goal lies a deeper meaning that is motivating your desire, and it is important to understand what that is. [16:55] Take small steps, and don't be afraid to revise your plan and goal. If you take baby steps, you will not be so overwhelmed with trying to make this change happen soon, but you will be taking steps to make it happen. [17:03] You have to learn how to simplify your life and once you learn to do that, you learn not to let things distract your purpose. [18:40] When you are connected to that higher part of yourself, you learn to create the life you love by controlling your thoughts, feelings, and emotions. [19:05] Always focus on your why because when you focus on your why you tend to focus on the things you want and less on the things you don't want. [20:46] ….……………......… Thank you to our January sponsor!  KukuaBiz can provide dedicated and affordable talent from Kenya to help you grow and scale your business. Virtual employees are skilled in administrative functions, sales, podcast management, video editing, marketing, social media marketing, website design and management, and more. Learn more: https://www.kukuabiz.com  

New Books in Law
Robinson Woodward-Burns, "Hidden Laws: How State Constitutions Stabilize American Politics" (Yale UP, 2021)

New Books in Law

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 52:59


Robinson Woodward-Burns is the author of Hidden Laws: How the State Constitutions Stabilize American Politics, published by Yale University Press in 2021. Hidden Laws explores the relationship between both state and national constitutional development, debates, and reform. A sprawling study of American constitutional history, Woodward-Burns's book shows how the federal government often deferred to state constitutional reform as a mechanism for dealing with national constitutional controversies. From banking to slavery, women's suffrage to welfare, Woodward-Burns explores the myriad of ways constitutional controversies were debated and resolved in the United States. Woodward-Burns is an Assistant Professor at Howard University. Derek Litvak is a PhD candidate at the University of Maryland—College Park. His dissertation, "The Specter of Black Citizens: Race, Slavery, and Citizenship in the Early United States," examines how citizenship was used to both bolster the institution of slavery and exclude Black Americans from the body politic. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/law

New Books Network
Robinson Woodward-Burns, "Hidden Laws: How State Constitutions Stabilize American Politics" (Yale UP, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 52:59


Robinson Woodward-Burns is the author of Hidden Laws: How the State Constitutions Stabilize American Politics, published by Yale University Press in 2021. Hidden Laws explores the relationship between both state and national constitutional development, debates, and reform. A sprawling study of American constitutional history, Woodward-Burns's book shows how the federal government often deferred to state constitutional reform as a mechanism for dealing with national constitutional controversies. From banking to slavery, women's suffrage to welfare, Woodward-Burns explores the myriad of ways constitutional controversies were debated and resolved in the United States. Woodward-Burns is an Assistant Professor at Howard University. Derek Litvak is a PhD candidate at the University of Maryland—College Park. His dissertation, "The Specter of Black Citizens: Race, Slavery, and Citizenship in the Early United States," examines how citizenship was used to both bolster the institution of slavery and exclude Black Americans from the body politic. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in American Studies
Robinson Woodward-Burns, "Hidden Laws: How State Constitutions Stabilize American Politics" (Yale UP, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 52:59


Robinson Woodward-Burns is the author of Hidden Laws: How the State Constitutions Stabilize American Politics, published by Yale University Press in 2021. Hidden Laws explores the relationship between both state and national constitutional development, debates, and reform. A sprawling study of American constitutional history, Woodward-Burns's book shows how the federal government often deferred to state constitutional reform as a mechanism for dealing with national constitutional controversies. From banking to slavery, women's suffrage to welfare, Woodward-Burns explores the myriad of ways constitutional controversies were debated and resolved in the United States. Woodward-Burns is an Assistant Professor at Howard University. Derek Litvak is a PhD candidate at the University of Maryland—College Park. His dissertation, "The Specter of Black Citizens: Race, Slavery, and Citizenship in the Early United States," examines how citizenship was used to both bolster the institution of slavery and exclude Black Americans from the body politic. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in History
Robinson Woodward-Burns, "Hidden Laws: How State Constitutions Stabilize American Politics" (Yale UP, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 52:59


Robinson Woodward-Burns is the author of Hidden Laws: How the State Constitutions Stabilize American Politics, published by Yale University Press in 2021. Hidden Laws explores the relationship between both state and national constitutional development, debates, and reform. A sprawling study of American constitutional history, Woodward-Burns's book shows how the federal government often deferred to state constitutional reform as a mechanism for dealing with national constitutional controversies. From banking to slavery, women's suffrage to welfare, Woodward-Burns explores the myriad of ways constitutional controversies were debated and resolved in the United States. Woodward-Burns is an Assistant Professor at Howard University. Derek Litvak is a PhD candidate at the University of Maryland—College Park. His dissertation, "The Specter of Black Citizens: Race, Slavery, and Citizenship in the Early United States," examines how citizenship was used to both bolster the institution of slavery and exclude Black Americans from the body politic. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

This Academic Life
Ep.17 – A Rollercoaster Ride: The Life of a Graduate Student

This Academic Life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 24:13


Graduate school can be exciting and yet stressful for a graduate student. In this episode, we talk with a couple of Ph.D. students who are a married couple, Keawepono (Pono) and  Priscilla Delgado Wong. Both Pono and Priscilla are currently biomedical engineering students at Georgia Tech. They share their journeys as graduate students.  Reference list:  Music by RuthAnn Schallert-Wygal (schallert.wygal@gmail.com) Artwork is created using Canva (canva.com)  Contact list:  If you have any comments about our show or have suggestions for a future topic, please contact us at info@thisacademiclife.org. You can also find us on webpage https://thisacademiclife.org and on facebook group “This Academic Life”.  Cast list: Pono and Priscilla Delgado Wong are currently Ph.D. students in the biomedical engineering department at Georgia Tech.  Prof. Kim Michelle Lewis (host) is a Professor of Physics and Associate Dean of Research, Graduate Programs, and Natural Sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences at Howard University. Prof. Pania Newel (host) is currently an Assistant Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department at The University of Utah.  Prof. Lucy Zhang (host) is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering in the Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Nuclear Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI).Notes here Support This Academic Life by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/this-academic-life

Haymarket Books Live
Abolition Means No War: The New Generation of Anti-Imperialists w/ Dissenters & Rampant Magazine

Haymarket Books Live

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 82:34


Join Dissenters and Rampant Magazine to discuss abolition, imperialism, and building a movement for our global liberation. While the United States sends drones and drops bombs in the Middle East and Africa, militarized police at home are killing Black people and filling detention centers on the Mexico border. These are two sides of the same imperialist coin. Sprawling military bases around the world support the everyday brutal violence of empire and US-backed military coups tear apart homes and force migration. Their wars haunt our families and bring violence into our homes and neighborhoods. It is time we abolish their wars. Dissenters is leading a new generation of young people to reclaim our resources from the war industry, reinvest in life-giving services, and repair collaborative relationships with the earth and people around the world. Join Dissenters and Rampant Magazine for a discussion about rebuilding a movement against imperialism and creating a new global future built from mutual care, real safety, and liberation. Speakers: Hoda Katebi is an Iranian-American writer, abolitionist organizer, and creative educator based between Chicago and the Bay. Her work has been hailed from the BBC to the New York Times to the pages of VOGUE and featured and cited in books, journals, and museums around the world. Hoda is the host of #BecauseWeveRead, a radical digital book club and discussion series mobilizing local communities with 25+ chapters globally; founding member of Blue Tin Production, an apparel manufacturing workers co-operative run by working class women of color setting new international standards in labor and sustainability within fashion supply chains; a national lead with Believers Bail Out, a bail fund using Zakat to bail Muslims from pretrial & immigration incarceration; and organizing strategist for anti-war movements with the No War Campaign. She is the author of the book Tehran Streetstyle (2016), contributor to the book I Refuse to Condemn: Resisting Racism in Times of National Security (Manchester Press 2020), and her writing has appeared in publications including Newsweek, Washington Post, and the Columbia Journalism Review. Destiny Harris is a Black, queer abolitionist and organizer from the west side of Chicago. She is a student at Howard University. Her work is at the intersection of abolition, anti-war, anti-militarism and environmental liberation. Destiny believes in the power of storytelling, poetry and culture as means of mobilization that should always be driving our movements. She has organized throughout Chicago on campaigns like #DefundCPD, #CopsOutCPS and the #NoCopAcademy campaign which aimed to combat the narrative that our communities need police. Nadya Tannous is the General Coordinator of the Palestinian Youth Movement. PYM is a transnational, independent, grassroots movement of young Palestinians in Palestine and in exile worldwide as a result of the ongoing Zionist colonization and occupation of our homeland. brian bean is a Chicago-based socialist activist, writer, and speaker originally from North Carolina. He is one of the founding editors of Rampant Magazine. His work has been published in Jacobin, Red Flag, International Viewpoint, Bel Ahmar بالأحمر) ) and other publications. He is co-editor of Palestine: A Socialist Introduction (Haymarket Books) and recently co-authored the article, "Rebuilding the Anti-Imperialist Movement in a New Era." This event is co-sponsored by Dissenters, Rampant Magazine, and Haymarket Books. Watch the live event recording: https://youtu.be/CgPhsFpbLoQ Buy books from Haymarket: www.haymarketbooks.org Follow us on Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/haymarketbooks

Cyber and Technology with Mike
10 September 2021 Cyber and Tech News

Cyber and Technology with Mike

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 9:07


In today's podcast we cover four crucial cyber and technology topics, including: 1. United Nations reveals credential on darkweb led to hack  2. Yandex DDoS traced to new Meris Botnet3. Zoho updates product to address remote code execution vulnerability 4. Howard University dealing with after effects of ransomware attack I'd love feedback, feel free to send your comments and feedback to  | cyberandtechwithmike@gmail.com

Degrees Couch Chronicles
"Certified" Episode 74

Degrees Couch Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 25:43


Aye DCC fam! So on this episode we get into Illinois Law to give students 5 mental health days. Howard University renaming college of fine arts after Chadwick Boseman. The government and Joe Biden offered hurrican relief financial aid to New Jersey. The idea of friendship. Family and friends view on your social media. A guide to traveling to Jamaica. Certified Lover Boy review. New Music from Meek Mill. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/degreescouchchron/support

Tevora Talks Info-Sec Podcast
Tevora Talks - News of the week: Proton Mail Not So Secret + Confluence Vulnerable to RCE + Howard University Held Ransom

Tevora Talks Info-Sec Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 16:10


This week, Matt Mosley and Kash Izadseta cover [topic]..... Atlasian's Confluence Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Classes cancelled at Howard University due to a ransomware attack! Proton mail's anonymity is in question. Is the service really log free? Links mentioned in this episode: https://www.zdnet.com/article/us-cybercom-says-mass-exploitation-of-atlassian-confluence-vulnerability-ongoing-and-expected-to-accelerate/ https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/07/education/howard-university-ransomware.html https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2021/09/privacy-focused-protonmail-provided-a-users-ip-address-to-authorities/ http://tevoratalks.com Instagram, Twitter, Facebook: @TevoraTalks

Karen Hunter Show
Dr. Roger Mitchell - Professor and Chair of Pathology at Howard University

Karen Hunter Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 37:26


Joe Madison the Black Eagle
H. Patrick Swygert Discusses Surge in Enrollment at HBCUs

Joe Madison the Black Eagle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 22:25


H. Patrick Swygert, President Emeritus at Howard University, explains to Madison why HBCUs are growing in recognition, enrollment and respect.

THIS IS REVOLUTION >podcast
THIS IS REVOLUTION>podcast Ep. 179: The Problems w/ Post Marxists and the Rick James Paradox w/ Lillian Cicherchia and Greg Tate

THIS IS REVOLUTION >podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 192:24


We'll be talking with Lillian Cicerchia about the limitations of post Marxism, and then we're going to be discussing the Black Music and the culture industry with Greg Tate   About Lillian Cicerchia: Lillian is a post-doc at the Institute of Philosophy at the Free University of Berlin. Her areas of specialization are political philosophy, feminist philosophy, and critical theory. Her research is about capitalism, structural injustice, and the intersection of the two, especially the ways in which capitalism influences experiences of social group oppression. Her work also asks how contexts of structural injustice frame the way that we think about our normative criteria for justice in terms of democratic rights and participation.   What's Left of Philosophy Podcast: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuwLXhuSvi3NRGbSmcRS3ig   About Greg Tate: Tate was born and raised in Dayton, Ohio. When he was 13 years old, his family moved to Washington, D.C.[1][2] He credits Amiri Baraka's Black Music and Rolling Stone, which he first read when he was 14, with stimulating his interest in collecting and writing about music.[3] As a teenager, Tate taught himself how to play guitar. He attended Howard University, where he studied journalism and film.   In 1982, Tate moved to New York City, where he developed friendships with other musicians, including James "Blood" Ulmer and Vernon Reid. In 1985 he co-founded the Black Rock Coalition with some of the African-American musicians he knew who shared a common interest in playing rock music.   Tate became a staff writer for The Village Voice in 1987, a position he held until 2005. His 1986 essay "Cult-Nats Meet Freaky Deke" for the Voice Literary Supplement is widely regarded as a milestone in black cultural criticism; in the essay, he juxtaposes the "somewhat stultified stereotype of the black intellectual as one who operates from a narrow-minded, essentialized notion of black culture" (cultural nationalists, or Cult-Nats) with the freaky "many vibrant colors and dynamics of African American life and art", trying to find a middle ground in order to break down "that bastion of white supremacist thinking, the Western art [and literary world" His work has also been published in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Artforum, Down Beat, Essence, JazzTimes, Rolling Stone, and VIBE. The Source described Tate as one of "the Godfathers of hip-hop journalism".   In 1999, Tate established Burnt Sugar, an improvisational ensemble that varies in size between 13 and 35 musicians. Tate described the band in 2004 as "a band I wanted to hear but could not find".   Tate has been a visiting professor of Africana studies at Brown University and the Louis Armstrong Visiting Professor at Columbia University's Center for Jazz Studies. In 2010, he was awarded a United States Artists fellowship.   Thank you, guys, again for taking the time to check this out. We appreciate each and every one of you. If you have the means, and you feel so inclined, BECOME A PATRON! We're creating patron only programing, you'll get bonus content from many of the episodes, and you get MERCH!   Become a patron now https://www.patreon.com/join/BitterLakePresents?   Please also like, subscribe, and follow us on these platforms as well, (specially YouTube!)   THANKS Y'ALL   YouTube: www.youtube.com/thisisrevolutionpodcast Twitch: www.twitch.tv/thisisrevolutionpodcast www.twitch.tv/leftflankvets   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Thisisrevolutionpodcast/   Twitter: @TIRShowOakland Instagram: @thisisrevolutionoakland   The Dispatch on Zero Books (video essay series): https://youtu.be/nSTpCvIoRgw   Medium: https://jasonmyles.medium.com/kill-the-poor-f9d8c10bc33d   Pascal Robert's Black Agenda Report: https://www.blackagendareport.com/author/PascalRobert   Get THIS IS REVOLUTION Merch here: www.thisisrevolutionpodcast.com   Get the music from the show here: https://bitterlakeoakland.bandcamp.com/album/coronavirus-sessions

myTalk Dirt Alert Updates
9/7 6AM: Aquaman has two new suits for his new movie

myTalk Dirt Alert Updates

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 1:42


Aquaman has two new suits for his new movie; Howard University names their College of Fine Arts to the Chadwick A Boseman College of Fine Arts; Prince Harry and Meghan Markle aren't liked as much anymore in recent British polls

DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast
89: Editor‘s Pick (Dr. Ysaye Barnwell: Singer & Composer From Sweet Honey in the Rock, Author, Actress, Educator)

DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 23:38


“You know, I try to figure out:  What is not right here? And some things can't be fixed. And then, if it can't be fixed, I have to decide, do I want to stay here and be a part of this or is there a way that I can use my energies in a more positive way?” -Dr. Ysaye Barnwell, Retired Professor at Howard University College of Dentistry, musician, composer, actress, author.   Get One-on-One Coaching with Coach Gabriella Dennery MD Get One-on-One Coaching with Master Certified Coach Jill Farmer    In this episode, Coach Gabriella Dennery MD sits down with renowned artist and professor Dr. Ysaye Barnwell. Dr. Barnwell has enjoyed a successful career as a professor of speech pathology at Howard University College of Dentistry, and simultaneously traveled extensively worldwide as a member of the African American a cappella band, Sweet Honey In the Rock (1979-2013). In addition to composing many of Sweet Honey In the Rock's songs, Dr. Barnwell has been commissioned to create music for dance, choral, film, and stage productions.  Dr. Barnwell's acting credits include a principal role on a television series called A Man Called Hawk and a role in the 1998 film Beloved. Barnwell released a solo recording of stories and song, Um Humm, in 2000. She has also written a children's book with CD, No Mirrors in My Nana's House.  A second children's book and CD set was released in March 2008: We Are One.    Dr. Barnwell earned her bachelor's and master's degrees in speech pathology from State University of New York at Geneseo, and a PhD in speech pathology from the University of Pittsburgh. She earned a Master of Science in Public Health from Howard University. Wikipedia She is an incredible woman with a wealth of knowledge to share. Excerpts from the show (in no specific order): Coach Dr. Gabriella: “What led you to a doctorate in speech pathology and a professorship at Howard University?” Dr. Ysaye: “When I was about twelve years old, I went to my first play on Broadway and it was about Helen Keller. I never forgot how I was consumed by that. The things that drive me now and have driven me all my life were:  How do you work with people who have differences where society would demand that they somehow or other deal with it? Or, my own sadness of being enveloped in music all the time, and knowing that there are people who will never hear it. Is there a way to compensate for that? Is there a way to compensate for the skills that they don't develop the way in which (so-called) “normal” people would develop them? So sign language was so fascinating to me, and lip reading was so fascinating to me. I wanted to share all of the auditory things that I had grown up with all my life with people who somehow don't have access to that. When I chose my major in college, I thought I wanted to go into deaf education, but then I realized that there were all of these other communicative problems that people have. I don't like doing one thing, (because) it's just going to help one person. It could help everybody, so I went into speech path and I learned about all kinds of facial abnormalities. It's just been my life. I've had this kind of span of things that I've been interested in, and I've kind of poked my head in every now and then to see what I can learn, what I could offer,  etc. So I've had a really enjoyable life.”    “Then on top of all that to be in Sweet Honey in the Rock and then, you know, say to myself, ‘Okay so what else can I bring to this group? Excuse me, there are people who can't hear you. Can we add an interpreter here? Sure.' So I became the interpreter and a singer. Then I realized, wait a minute, this is not working for me because there are five voices in this ensemble and we are adding a sixth (the interpreter). I cannot do two voices at the same time. If I was the lead on every song that would be different, but I'm not, and that's cool and I like what I do in the background. But I can't sign what the lead is singing when I'm doing a background thing. So that was the beginning of Sweet Honey in the Rock using a sign language interpreter as an integral part of the group.”    Coach Dr. Gabriella: “Was there any point where you thought maybe you shouldn't do that (be a professor while a singer, composer and traveling with a band), but you should just settle down and do what everybody else does? Was that ever a question for you?”    Dr. Ysaye: “No, that was never a question. Everything seemed to fit together for me, which is really weird but true. Even in terms of being a songwriter, because you know I did a post-doc in public health and I was in Sweet Honey in the Rock at the time and that's when I wrote “More Than a Paycheck” because we had been invited to sing with steel workers and different conventions and things like that and for me all of that began to come together. Well, so how can I sing to this group and not share what I've just learned with other folks who don't realize what the commonalities are? But if you write a song like “More Than a Paycheck”, you know, where everything I'm doing is more than the paycheck I'm getting and I am collecting things that are hazardous to myself or dangerous to myself and others or things that kind of make relationships a little bit difficult. I mean we all do that and so “More Than a Paycheck” for me is about exploring and discovering what's positive and negative about what I'm exploring. Can I make a change in it or should I just leave it alone? And those are really my questions. You know, I get involved in things and I see what it is. If I'm going to leave, I want to leave positively or else I have to figure out ways to make it work not only for me personally but for the whole community that it's part of.”    Correction: During the recording, it was mentioned that Dr. Barnwell holds a PhD in Speech Therapy. She holds a PhD in Speech Pathology.    To claim the DocWorking discount and learn more about how EmpathIQ can help you build more positive reviews online, click here Find full transcripts of episodes on the DocWorking Blog  Our New DocWorking THRIVE  Membership is here!! 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Outsourcing allows you to delegate tasks to virtual assistants so you can free up your time and finally do whatever it is you've been wanting to do.   Become a Medical Legal Consultant We at DocWorking are excited to collaborate with Dr. Armin Feldman to bring you this opportunity to develop a side income or even a full time income while using your clinical skills!   Achieve Financial Independence with a Financial Planner/Advisor Change your trajectory: build financial independence and strength by working with our trusted resources. Working with a trusted financial planner and/or financial advisor can help you to create a specific plan that works for you. The right advisor can help you stay on track to reach your financial independence goal and your next vision.   Protect Yourself and Your Family with the Right Insurance Doctors and their families need many types of insurance–and inadequate coverage can cost you dearly. 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By Any Means Necessary
Howard University Leaves Students Scrambling to Find Housing

By Any Means Necessary

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 13:05


In this segment of By Any Means Necessary, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Erica, Senior Political Science major at Howard University to discuss the housing crisis at Howard University that has left many students scrambling to find housing in the expensive Washington, DC area, how Howard's pursuit of profit has contributed to this crisis, and how students are applying pressure on the university to provide solutions.

Itspridestined the Podcast
Episode 34: Hard Seltzer Champs

Itspridestined the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 88:41


Tune into Episode 34 where Pri and her special guests La, Cousin Tim, Baby Tooth Gawd (Dr.Brown) and Brett discuss everything from the importance of dental and mental health, should people aspire to be billionaires, Beyonce's new album and the Philadelphia Avengers. Goo gets us together with some dental game and Brett speaks on the gun violence in the city and solutions. This episode is full of laughs and spiked seltzers but more importantly RESOURCES. Check it out! Enjoy! Like, Share, Comment, Rate & Subscribe! @avpphila -Philadelphia Anti-Violence Partnership provides FREE counseling and support services to youth/adult victims of violence and homicide in Philadelphia

No Wednesday
Know Your Worth

No Wednesday

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 23:38


IT'S THE SEASON THREE DEBUT!!! Emmanuel discusses the importance of knowing and sticking to what you're worth, using the brilliant Nikole Hannah-Jones of Howard University as an example. Additional show notes below: Nikole Hannah-Jones' full statement https://www.naacpldf.org/press-release/nikole-hannah-jones-issues-statement-on-decision-to-decline-tenure-offer-at-university-of-north-carolina-chapel-hill-and-to-accept-knight-chair-appointment-at-howard-university/ #IncreaseYourLexicon: "Carceral" (adj) Unsung Black Heroes: Reference for the "laughing barrels" mentioned in segment: http://blackyouthproject.com/laughing-barrels-and-the-defiant-spirit-of-black-laughter/ Weird World of Wildlife: Wolverine https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolverine Joyful Noise: "A Brighter Tomorrow" by Switch https://music.apple.com/us/album/a-brighter-tomorrow-interlude/1473523463?i=1473523693 SUPPORT THE SHOW VIA: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/nowednesdaypod The No Wednesday Podcast Store: Use code NWS3 for 25% off until September 8 https://teespring.com/stores/the-no-wednesday-podcast-store Cashapp: $itsdrlittle Inquire about voice-over work: https://emmanuellittle.com/thevoice/ Twitter & IG: @nowednesdaypod Hashtag #NoWednesday Mailing list: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfVlwF4FCTzqXOxHit3_1zAHWJ-lLXp5ekLTyuiOfkzhB8ysw/viewform Personal website: https://emmanuellittle.com/ No Wednesday is produced, written and edited by Dr. C. Emmanuel Little. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nowednesdaypod/support

Comedically Hardheaded
Comedically Hardheaded : Roasted! 2 Fake Outs, Step Grandma, Football, Jealousy and Dog Water... 8th Grade

Comedically Hardheaded

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 81:10


Nothing like your mom pulling up on you and your friends because the school called..... Yea 8th grade had a lot going on.  

Diner Talks With James
Women, Use Your Voice! with the Enigmatic Emcee and Potent Professional Speaker, Quinn Conyers

Diner Talks With James

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 59:24


Quinn Conyers slid in the Diner booth with me this episode!  She is an incredible Master of Ceremonies (emcee) and powerful public speaker who specializes in helping Black women find and use their voices. Quinn and I first bonded over our love of crabby fries. Then we learn how Quinn fell in love with being an emcee. I loved her mantra of, “I don't want to be booked and busy, I want to be peaceful and paid!” It was powerful learning when Quinn learned to step into her voice and speak up as a black woman. Especially while being raised by her mother who is from a generation that was taught to be quiet to survive. Quinn told us why and how she started to help fellow black women recognize their value, use their voices, and become speakers. She shared with us a few ways women can use their voices more at work, at home, and in the wild. We ended with her answer to an important question: what can leadership do at companies to ensure women and people of color can use their voice at work? Real strong episode here, y'all!     About the Guest:  Quinn Conyers broadcast the brilliance of women in business! She shows them how to Turn Conversations into Cash so they can profit from public speaking. Quinn believes your voice is your secret weapon in business and is a master at training entrepreneurs how to leverage public speaking as a marketing strategy, lead generation tool, and revenue stream in your business. If you are ready to maximize and monetize all speaking opportunities on behalf of your business, book, or brand you are in the right place. After this powerful presentation, Quinn will show you how to verbalize your value and articulate your awesomeness so you can leverage your mouth as your #1 marketing strategy in business and be super successful! She has over 16 years of virtual and in-person speaking, event hosting, and training experience. Quinn is eager and excited to unleash the voices of women in business all across the globe so they are clear, concise, and compelling every time they open their mouths. Quinn has taught Speech Communications for 5 years at Coppin State University, earned a Bachelor's Degree from West Chester University and a Masters from Howard University in Washington DC. Quinn is the author of 2 books, made it to the 2nd round of Shark Tank auditions four times, been featured on the Entrepreneurs Elevator Pitch TV show as well Essence, Black Enterprise, Vision and Purpose and Empowering Women to Speak Out Magazines. Get your pen and paper ready and join me in welcoming our guest speaker Quinn Conyers.   Connect with Quinn and learn more: Website: www.quinnconyers.com Clubhouse: @quinnconyers Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/quinn.conyers (https://www.facebook.com/quinn.conyers ) Instagram: https://instagram.com/quinn.conyers?igshid=db4vywpumxaz (https://instagram.com/quinn.conyers?igshid=db4vywpumxaz ) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/quinnconyers (https://www.linkedin.com/in/quinnconyers ) Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/quinnconyers?lang=en (https://mobile.twitter.com/quinnconyers?lang=en)

Earn Your Leisure
EYL #148 Black Owned Digital Bank

Earn Your Leisure

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 75:16


For episode #148, we had the honor of talking with Ryan Glover who is the cofounder and chairman of Greenwood Bank. Greenwood is a black-owned neobank, that was created to provide new age banking products and services made for Black and Latino customers.  On EYL 148 we talked about Ryan's path, which includes being a Howard University alumni, having a run in the music industry with Noontime production company, and starting a TV network (Bounce TV), which he sold in 2017 for $302 million.  He walked us through the ins and outs of creating an online banking platform. We also discussed why it's important to have black-run banks, and we spoke about the future of Greenwood, which includes financial literacy, entrepreneurship programs and more. #greenwood #bank #onlinebank EYL University: https://www.eyluniversity.com Link to Investfest: https://investfest.com/ Host IG: https://instagram.com/bankgreenwood?utm_medium=copy_link Guest IG: https://instagram.com/eastsidegolf?utm_medium=copy_link Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The East is a Podcast
Interview with Kwame Ture (1995)

The East is a Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 62:53


Kwame Ture interviewed in 1995 for Howard University's"Evening Exchange"     Source https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_eM4rP-qHMc&ab_channel=AAPRPbritain