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America Out Loud PULSE with Dr. Peter and Ginger Breggin - The collaboration between Walmart and Homeland Security began after Hurricane Katrina when the federal agency ordered skids of bottled water from the department store. The relationship has grown since then, with Walmart becoming a huge supplier of emergency goods in partnership with Homeland Security...
Caren Yanis shares on Family Philanthropy: A Gift to Emerging Gen Members and a Benefit to the Community About: Caren is a philanthropy sherpa, helping families plan a philanthropic journey that brings them together, ensures they have the tools they need, and prepares them for collective success. As Executive Director, she helped build the Oprah Winfrey Foundations during the period of Oprah's Angel Network. The Oprah Winfrey Foundations partnered with the Nelson Mandela Foundation on Oprah's school building projects in South Africa and worked with cross sector resources on recovery and rebuilding efforts following Hurricane Katrina that helped 1400 families move back into homes. Caren is an adjunct professor at Tulane University, teaching Foundations of Strategic Philanthropy, teaches in the University of Chicago's Booth School's Private Wealth Management certificate program, and is a frequent keynote speaker at philanthropy and wealth management conferences around the world. Caren understands the social change landscape and ways to build diverse and equitable organizations. She has a passion for listening deeply, navigating challenges, and guiding people who have a commitment to purpose and the ability to change the world in effective and sustainable ways. www.CrolandConsulting.com
This week on Inside the Headset, we are featuring the University of Louisiana Monroe's running backs coach Tony Hull. In this episode, Coach Hull talks about coaching in his home state, transitioning from working as an engineer at NASA to coaching, and shares how he puts players in a position to be successful. Tony Hull, one of the most respected coaches in the state of Louisiana, is entering his second season at The University of Louisiana Monroe and his first season as the team's running backs coach. Hulls first year with the Warhawks he served as the outside receivers coach. Hull returned home to Louisiana after serving for four years as the associate head coach and running backs coach at Kansas (2016-19) and as the co-offensive coordinator and inside receivers coach at Hawai'i in 2020. From New Orleans, Louisiana, Hull coached Pooka Williams Jr., now with the Cincinnati Bengals, to consecutive 1,000-yard rushing seasons in 2018 and 2019, a feat accomplished only once before in Kansas football history. Hull joined the collegiate coaching ranks after a distinguished coaching career in the Louisiana high school ranks. In nine seasons as the head coach and offensive coordinator of Warren Easton High School in New Orleans, Hull led the stagnant program into a contender. He arrived at Warren Easton in 2007, the school's first season playing football following Hurricane Katrina, and guided the Eagles to playoffs in seven of his nine seasons. His resume included a state championship game appearance in 2014 and a state semifinals showing in 2015. Hull developed the Eagles' players on the field as he mentored 45 players who went on to earn Division I football scholarships. Six of those players earned a nod in ESPN's Top-300 lists, while one of his athletes was named the 2014 Gatorade Player of the Year and Mr. Louisiana Football. [1:46] Start of interview [2:30] Coaching in your home state [3:32] Transitioning from engineer to football coach [7:49] Turning a program around [10:08] Building relationships with your coaching staff [13:01] Coaching at Hawaii [19:20] Playing with an underdog mentality [23:25] Controlling what you can control [26:06] Putting players in positions to be successful
Welcome to Episode 4! We're discussing the role of EWN and nature-based solutions (NBS) in addressing urban challenges to build community and regional resilience. Host Sarah Thorne is joined by new co-host, Burton Suedel, Research Biologist at the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE); Abby Hall, Senior Advisor on Local and Regional Planning, with the Office of Community Revitalization, at the US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA); and Jim McPherson, Federal Coordinating Officer for Region 1, with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Jim has had a long career in disaster response, first with the U.S. Coast Guard, where he participated in the response to Hurricane Katrina, now a Federal Coordinating Officer with FEMA. Jim's current role is coordinating all federal agencies in a disaster, including USACE: “One of my favorite agencies to work with is the US Army Corps of Engineers because they are the nation's toolbox. They can do anything.” Abby grew up in rural Oklahoma as a citizen of the Cherokee Nation and studied anthropology at Stanford University. Her environmental education work at the EPA focused on helping people gain more access to green space in their day-to-day lives, whether it be big city parks, urban trees, community gardens, or creek trails. This led to her focus on green infrastructure for disaster resilience: “Resilience is a community's ability to survive disasters and to be ready for the impacts of climate change, protecting public health, delivering environmental justice, preserving a culture, strengthening the local economy, for long-term success of the community overall, not just in the context of natural disasters.” The EWN Program has a relatively new focus on urban landscapes and the environment. As Burton notes, “EWN has funded a research task specifically looking at how EWN concepts and principles have been and could be incorporated into urban settings and landscapes. There are multiple challenges at the urban level. We're thinking about managing flood and storm risk. We want to improve the ecosystem functions associated with community infrastructure. And we also want to improve the water quality and flood protection in these areas and by so doing, improve the public health and social benefits.” The focus of EPA's Greening America's Communities Program is similar. Abby says, “It's one of my favorite things I get to work on at EPA. It's a design assistance program for communities where EPA and a team of landscape architects and urban designers come to a community and hold workshops with a range of local perspectives to put together a vision for what green infrastructure solutions should literally look like. We're talking to the school kids who need a green street to walk from home to school. We're talking to the farmers who need a space in town to create a farmers' market. We're really bringing together different perspectives to design that green infrastructure and people love the approach because it's fun, it's engaging and it's visual. Whether it's a city or a tribal community, they can use the pictures created to fundraise and actually get their designs built.” The EPA, working with FEMA and a regional land use agency in the San Francisco Bay area, developed the Regional Resilience Toolkit to help regions and communities to become more resilient. It presents a 5-step process to bring together government and non-government regional partners to produce the top priorities for resilience investments across a region to plan, fund and build large-scale green infrastructure. The process meets FEMA's requirements for its hazard mitigation planning program, which means the priority action is eligible for FEMA funding. And as Burton notes, “The Toolkit is a really good enabler, not only for the EPA, but as a way to collaborate with USACE and others looking for increased inter-agency collaboration, and perhaps for conducting pilot projects and other projects going forward.” Jim emphasizes the importance of these approaches being actionable. “It's very important that we do these studies, but it's more important that we have an action plan. FEMA is really results-driven. We're action-orientated we don't just want to pass information.” As an example, Jim describes a coordinated response to homelessness in Hartford, Connecticut: “FEMA was putting everybody into a hotel during COVID, but people weren't getting any services, they were basically just housed. Then we got together with fed, states, locals, our USACE Lead Field Coordinator, and she starts looking at all the types of things that we could bring into this hotel -- organic gardening, vertical gardening, having residents compost leftover food from local restaurants, putting solar panels on the roof and having some who are formerly homeless people get training. Now we're using all the wraparound services from the federal, state, and local governments. When we talk about vulnerable populations, there has to be a solution. It can't just be identifying that we have a housing, a homeless situation. What am I going to do about it?” Taking a holistic approach to building community resilience is a key theme of this episode. Abby comments that, “EPA's Equitable Resilience Assistance Program reflects a priority across the federal government to look at how equitable our programs and funding are. We're working with states and tribes, focusing on large funding streams, starting at federal sources and flowing through states and tribal governments, and how can those be more thoughtfully distributed.” As the episode wraps up, Burton emphasizes the growing need to renew existing infrastructure, relating how the concrete and steel structures constructed over the past 100 years must be modified, repaired, or replaced. “When we replace this infrastructure, we need to think about ways we can increase the value associated with it, going beyond intended engineering objectives, to include environmental, social, and economic benefits. One of the best ways to do that is to incorporate nature-based solutions into these projects to provide greater benefits.” Collaborating with agency partners to bring a full slate of expertise and resources to address multiple challenges at the community level is really the key to building resilience. Related Links EWN Website ERDC Website Burton Suedel at LinkedIn Burton Suedel at EWN Abby Hall at LinkedIn Smart Growth at EPA EPA Community Revitalization on Facebook EPA's Greening America's Communities Program Reports from Greening America's Communities Projects Greening America's Capitals – Little Rock, Arkansas EPA's Regional Resilience Toolkit MMSD 2019 Resilience Plan - A Blueprint for the Future EPA's Equitable Resilience Assistance Program Jim McPherson at LinkedIn FEMA Region 1 Hurricane Katrina Hartford Courant – Former hotel in Hartford's South Meadows to become new emergency shelter for men
Slam the Gavel welcomes Sandra Speer, Ph.D. to the show. Her experience includes having a Ph.D. in Public Safety and 30+ years of experience in the Domestic Violence and Emergency Management industries with research concentrations in abuse, leadership, narcissism, parental Alienation, and interpersonal communication. I am a published author of the book The Remains of Hurricane Katrina, a chapter in the textbook Terrorism Inside America's Borders, and various articles, coupled with having been a broadcaster for 20+ years Her specialty is investigating CPS/ high conflict divorce cases for origins of abuse, what types are being committed, and communicating as a consultant or as an expert witness to sources within the system to send children to their safe homes. She assists through every step of a case and have helped many leave wrongful placements, physically abusive situations, grooming to be trafficked, etc. Our discussion defined Parental Alienation and talked about why it should be viewed as an abuse and what is Parental Alienation Language. Also we discussed why do so many parents find that they are wrongfully accused of Parental Alienation and why Practitioners misunderstand Parental Alienation. It is important to allow yourself to go through recovery to become strong enough to fight the horrendous legal abuse many Narcissists commit. In closing, Sandra Speer, Ph.D. wanted to say that she is proving that dreams can come true with what she is doing today. As a Legal Advocate, not an attorney, she works with her clients throughout their cases doing whatever it takes to achieve their goals. Because she is not an attorney, there are no legal limits to whom she can approach for assistance. Sandra also helps her clients emotionally become strong enough to fight their abuser without becoming accused of being a Narcissist or Parent Alienator.
Slam the Gavel welcomes Sandra Speer, Ph.D. to the show. Her experience includes having a Ph.D. in Public Safety and 30+ years of experience in the Domestic Violence and Emergency Management industries with research concentrations in abuse, leadership, narcissism, parental Alienation, and interpersonal communication. I am a published author of the book The Remains of Hurricane Katrina, a chapter in the textbook Terrorism Inside America's Borders, and various articles, coupled with having been a broadcaster for 20+ years Her specialty is investigating CPS/ high conflict divorce cases for origins of abuse, what types are being committed, and communicating as a consultant or as an expert witness to sources within the system to send children to their safe homes. She assists through every step of a case and have helped many leave wrongful placements, physically abusive situations, grooming to be trafficked, etc. Our discussion defined Parental Alienation and talked about why it should be viewed as an abuse and what is Parental Alienation Language. Also we discussed why do so many parents find that they are wrongfully accused of Parental Alienation and why Practitioners misunderstand Parental Alienation. It is important to allow yourself to go through recovery to become strong enough to fight the horrendous legal abuse many Narcissists commit. In closing, Sandra Speer, Ph.D. wanted to say that she is proving that dreams can come true with what she is doing today. As a Legal Advocate, not an attorney, she works with her clients throughout their cases doing whatever it takes to achieve their goals. Because she is not an attorney, there are no legal limits to whom she can approach for assistance. Sandra also helps her clients emotionally become strong enough to fight their abuser without becoming accused of being a Narcissist or Parent Alienator.To reach Sandra Speer, Ph.D. : http://www.lifesanswers.netHer company website offers information about herself, her company, Legal Advocacy and Life Coaching packages that she offers. https://www.facebook.com/groups/abusemewhyhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/287113156545220This public Facebook group, “Legal Advocate for You, Not Family Court,” offers general information about legal issues that accompany leaving an abuser and 24/7 Legal Advocacy advice.Support the show(https://www.buymeacoffee.com/maryannpetri)https://monicaszymonik.mykajabi.com/Masterclass USE CODE SLAM THE GAVEL PODCAST FOR 10% OFF THE COURSEhttp://www.dismantlingfamilycourtcorruption.com/Music by: firstname.lastname@example.orgPullbackPullback digs into the everyday ethics behind goods and services, consumer movements,...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify F*ck The Rules"Fuck The Rules" podcast is about folx who set out to achieve something in their lives...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
Simon, Tobi, and Vaughn conclude their series of shows on George W. Bush by looking at his second term as president. We cover a range of topics, including the ongoing wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the NSA's domestic spying program, Hurricane Katrina, the 2006 mid-term elections, and the 2008 great recession. And at the end of the show we discuss Bush's legacy.
Chase Mullin is founder of $18M Mullin Landscape based in New Orleans, LA with a branch in Baton Rouge. Chase got into business to help clean up after Hurricane Katrina 15 years ago, and his growth has been like a hurricane, picking up strength and momentum as he grows. He and I dive into the […] The post Episode #196 Growing Like a Hurricane with Chase Mullin appeared first on Jeffrey Scott.
The Chicago Way w/John Kass (06/01/2022): John Kass & Jeff Carlin are joined by newly-announced candidate for mayor, the former CEO of the Chicago Public Schools (1995-2001), Paul Vallas. Touting his experience in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, Paul lays out his plan to fix Chicago’s ‘man-made storms’ of public safety, finances, and education. Check […]
Data entry may seem boring, but you never know the story behind the information being entered and the patterns that emerge. Some data has distinctive characteristics that point towards fraudulent activities. Today's guest is Leah Wietholter. Leah is the CEO and founder of Workman Forensics as well as the host of the Investigation Game Podcast. After working for the FBI, she has served as the Senior Certified Fraud Examiner in Tulsa and she currently volunteers as a treasurer for the Tulsa Crime Stoppers. With over 15 years of experience and more than 100 cases worked, Leah has honed her industry expertise to create the Data Sleuth Process, a scalable data-first approach to forensic accounting engagement and fraud investigations. Show Notes: [1:03] - Welcome to the show, Leah! Leah shares her background and current role as founder of Workman Forensics. [2:08] - What sets Workman Forensics apart is their creative team and Investigation Games. [4:26] - Forensics accounting started becoming more common, but Leah shares how she became a part of the FBI accounting team. [6:13] - While in the FBI, she was heavily involved in data entry and also testified for grandy jury after Hurricane Katrina. [7:58] - Many times, fraud is determined simply by entering data and seeing patterns. [9:25] - Leah explains a tool developed by Workman Forensics to see anomalies within data that indicate fraud. [11:41] - By building up from this information, categories for fraud risk can easily be seen. [13:18] - Business owners need to know what money enters the business, what form of payment, who touches the money, and what money leaves the business. [14:29] - Pay close attention to your payroll reports. [16:04] - You need to also know what is normal for your business, then always look for things that look off. [17:31] - Chris shares an unusual statement he received and why it looked odd. [19:08] - People committing embezzlement typically pay themselves in even dollar amounts. [20:57] - Indicators allow investigators a more defined set of data to look at more closely. [22:46] - If the person in charge of your bookkeeping isn't reconciling, you have a problem. Leah explains what reconciling is. [24:57] - You don't always know how much money you have if you aren't reconciling. [25:56] - Most scams have a lifespan of 18 months, but in these types of financial fraud cases, Leah says they last several years. [26:58] - When it comes to financial fraud, Leah says it can't always be prevented but it is important to detect it quickly. [28:21] - When money comes into your business, a certain amount is already called for. The money stolen is the profit. [30:11] - You can limit access to accounts through your bank. [32:14] - Leah shares the story of the craziest case she worked on. [36:12] - In this case, someone was using their own legitimate business to launder money through fake vendors. [37:25] - Many people think that if a large sum is stolen that the money can be found somewhere, but in most cases, it has been spent. [40:18] - In Tulsa, where Leah is located, there are a lot of casinos but the majority of the embezzlement cases she has worked on are by people with shopping addictions. [42:31] - One of the suspicious behaviors for high risk is being loved by management but not by others. [44:24] - The feeling of betrayal is the most emotionally charged in these events. [45:13] - As the owner, make it a process to check things every month. [46:50] - A red flag could be if bookkeepers or accountants are defensive when you want to check things. Thanks for joining us on Easy Prey. Be sure to subscribe to our podcast on iTunes and leave a nice review. Links and Resources: Podcast Web Page Facebook Page whatismyipaddress.com Easy Prey on Instagram Easy Prey on Twitter Easy Prey on LinkedIn Easy Prey on YouTube Easy Prey on Pinterest Workman Forensics Website The Investigation Game Podcast The Investigation Game
Todays guest is Tylah Liggins. She's an operations analyst at IBM and Ernst Young. She's an entertainment content creator for the up and coming Tylah&Co on YouTube. More importantly, she's legit top 3 funniest people on earth, and a good friend.She joins the show to speak on the initial challenges she faced when launching her YouTube channel. Tylah also speaks on how she deals with self-doubt during content creation. Allowing for authenticity, self- motivation, and goal-setting to pull her through. @tylahcoTylah ONON Growing Up in New Orleans (5:04)ON Moving to TX just before Hurricane Katrina (7:10)ON Finding Her Self-Identity (9:30)ON Overcoming the Fear of Missing Out (14:00)ON Letting go of Dancing (19:00)ON Sorority Lifestyle (21:00)ON Her Transition to a Corporate environment during a pandemic (25:27)ON Her Creative Journey (29:30)ON Needing Feedback vs Needing Validation (34:00)ON Finding her Niche in Content Creation (38:00)ON When Self-Doubt Kicks In (46:30)ON Overcoming Her Mind Bully (57:00)ON When Self- Doubt Kicks in AGAIN (59:10) Send your topic requests and questions to: email@example.com Follow the show:https://www.instagram.com/mindbullypodcasthttps://twitter.com/mindbullypodFollow the Host:https://www.instagram.com/kingno_https://twitter.com/kingno_Support the show
In honor of Memorial Day Week, various voices join Alex Garrett Podcasting to discuss the military's rescue efforts in Hurricane Katrina that he shot on camera ! As written in What Lies Above the Clouds : https://www.amazon.com/WHAT-LIES-ABOVE-CLOUDS-Crime-ebook/dp/B07GXC99NS Follow David at AirborneCamera on Instagram! More of Alex Garrett Podcasting here: https://www.spreaker.com/user/agsportshournyc
Anoop Jain '09, founding director of Sanitation and Health Rights in India (SHRI), has always had a deep sense of social justice. As a Northwestern student he observed how the most vulnerable of New Orleans' population was disproportionality impacted by Hurricane Katrina. And later on a trip to Guatemala as part of Alternative Student Breaks, he found himself deeply impacted by working in fellowship and breaking bread with communities there. Later, after graduating Northwestern, he fundraised for the creation of a soup kitchen in the Himalayas. The culmination of these experiences resulted in Jain quitting his job, and traveling to India to work with organizers and community activists to provide direct support to underserved communities in India. During this time he realized that he was working at the intersection of social justice and public health, and that the issue of sanitation in the rural parts of India were not individual problems, but systems failures. The reframing of sanitation as a result of inadequate systems and not individual behavior was a paradigm shift that led Jain to earn his MPH and DPH so he could help implement those upstream changes. On this episode of Northwestern Intersections, Jain shares how he founded Sanitation and Health Rights in India, and how he is committed to the service of underserved communities in India. Jain tells us how the mission of SHRI, in addition to building sanitation facilities, is evolving to focus on strengthening systems and provisions to be as robust as possible in order to provide the highest quality sanitation services. He underscores the importance of marrying academic rigor and understanding of issues with the component of practice. As well as elevating the voices of the communities you serve so they can shape the questions and the research that will create the policy that impacts their quality of life.
Talk about brains and skills! We got the amazing opportunity to chop it up with H-town's finest Pediatrician who can freestyle like none other. Dr. Fati and her husband, Kingsley set it off during their wedding with a rap paying homage to Houston's own, DJ Screw. She shares how she decided on Pediatrics and her journey to med school via two HBCUs. We learn how her life was shaken by Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Ike. She just cool all around and has so much knowledge to share. Register for the Black Men in White Coats Youth Summit Chicago (June 4th 2022): https://www.eventbrite.com/e/chicagos-2nd-annual-black-men-in-white-coats-youth-summit-registration-302969609257 IMPORTANT LINKS!!!!!! If you're a clinician with a great journey to share, we'd love to have you on the podcast. Email us at Podcast@BlackMenInWhiteCoats.org Stay updated by getting on our mailing list at www.BlackMenInWhiteCoats.org Become a mentor or get a mentor at www.DiverseMedicine.com WE'RE PAYING FOR MCAT EXAMS: https://www.BlackMenInWhiteCoats.org/MCAT CLOTHING AND SWAG https://www.bmwc.store/ Check out Dr. Dale's episode on NBC's The Today Show https://www.today.com/video/black-men-in-white-coats-founder-aims-to-shape-next-generation-of-doctors-62785093586 BOOKS BY DR. DALE: How to Raise a Doctor https://www.amazon.com/How-Raise-Doctor-Wisdom-Parents-ebook/dp/B07F62JMCP A Doctor's Guide to Self-Publishing https://book.authorandexpert.com/ Black Men in White Coats: 100 Rules for Success https://www.amazon.com/Black-Men-White-Coats-Success/dp/1674109253 PreMed Mondays https://www.amazon.com/PreMed-Mondays-Letters-Mentorship-Future/dp/167570077X/ Doc 2 Doc (Heart) https://www.amazon.com/Doc-Tony-Learn-About-Heart/dp/1693229765 Doc 2 Doc (Lungs) https://www.amazon.com/Doc-Tony-Learn-About-Lungs/dp/1706830637 Doc 2 Doc (Bones) https://www.amazon.com/Doc-Tony-Learn-About-Bones/dp/B086B9TT3P Doc 2 Doc (Viruses) https://www.amazon.com/Doc-Tony-Learn-About-Viruses-ebook/dp/B088BP9S76 Doc 2 Doc (Compilation) https://www.amazon.com/Doc-Books-Dale-Okorodudu-ebook/dp/B08XP4L7R3 Theme Song: White Coats by XVI --------------------- RECENT EPISODES The Flyest Doc on the Block - Dr. André Churchwell Wish My Dad Could See Me Now (pt 1 and 2) - Dr. Wayne J. Riley From The Prison Cell to The PhD – Dr. Stanley Andrisse My Brother's Keeper – Student Doctors Kyle & Kendall Lewis Staying Authentic In Medicine – Future Dr. Noah Thomas Why Not Do It All? – Dr. Wendy Goodall McDonald Steppin Out The Mud – Dr. Kristopher Stepps I Was Built For This - Dr. Matthew Igbinigie I received over $200,000 in scholarships - Joel Bervell The Dancing Dentist (Part 1 and 2) - Dr. Justin Sanders
Key Points, Top Takeaways, and Memorable Quotes“Most of the time people only get to do this for a certain period and they're spending their free time either trying to go and play and be better or watching us and just admiring our craft” 1:27“It was awesome to try as a leader on a team, understand the different cultures and try to bring all of the cultures together to where we could be a cohesive unit.” 10:23“I've started learning how I need to interact and how I need to go about tournaments and what I need to do in between time.” 25:30“I felt pressured in that first set, and I was like you know what, take a step back here. No matter what, they are going to be proud, one. Two, let's just go be passionate and be the person you are on the court.” 47:02“That's where the resilience comes in. You know what? Punch me six times, and I'm gonna get up seven.” 48:40“You're in a tough situation, but let's find a way that even right now we can find a way for you to grow even when it's really tough.” 1:00:47“When my serve is on, I can beat anybody, and it doesn't matter who it is.” 1:16:06“I feel like a lot of the times, when I'm playing my best, I act a certain way on the court. That happens to be very vocal, not only just to my teammate, so choosing to have high communication is a thing, that's an attitude thing.” 1:21:04“I think that the emotion that you play with and how you make other people feel is really really important.” 1:21:50“For the most part, if you love the energy of people, getting the crowd on your side is a huge advantage.” 1:26:03“I don't want to be any one of those. I want to be the one that's going to help me win the most.” 1:26:38“Everyone's not always going to be on the top of their game all the time. But it's no matter what, one, you believe in that person. And two, you're going to do whatever you can do to try to make that person succeed and still be successful. Because if they win, you win in both parts.” 1:32:14“I think the biggest part of building your brand is being consistent.” 1:36:38“Always go. Always try. Because trying is a beautiful thing and you never know if you don't try.” 1:37:37 Guest Bio - Evan Cory began his professional beach volleyball career in 2020 after graduating as an All-American from Lincoln Memorial University. During his first year in 2020, events were hampered by the COVID-19 outbreak, nevertheless, Evan raised his national ranking from 247 to 97 with limited opportunities in tournaments. In 2021, his true rookie year on the AVP, he won 3 of the 4 AVP Next Gold Events across the country and qualified for 2 of the 3 AVP main draws. He finished with a career-high 9th in the largest tournament in the United States, the Manhattan Beach Open. Evan once again raised his ranking drastically in 2021, as he went from being a fringe top 100 player to being a top 30 player on the AVP Tour. Outside of the statistics, Evan is recognizable by his blue nose and fiery attitude which is quickly making him a favorite amongst fans. During the offseason, Evan has gotten plenty of extra opportunities to interact with fans across the country, as he has participated in many volleyball camps and trips which include the Better at Beach Volleyball Camps, South of the Border Vacations, and Volleyball Vacations. Show Notes 0:00 - What I Meant to Say Podcast Intro0:18 - Introducing Evan Cory0:41 - Who Cares About You?1:00 - Personal Stories Are My Favorite3:10 - Louisiana Volleyball Background4:24 - My First Indoor Coach Was Julie Hartley4:50 - 18s Year and Thankful to My Future Step Dad 6:20 - First Ever Commit to Lincoln Memorial9:14 - Was There Ever a Hesitation?9:35 - Change of Scenery: Cultural Shifts and Leadership11:07 - Building Relationships With Teammates11:38 - Appreciating The Best Teammate12:39 - How Men Support Each Other13:33 - The Glue Guy Story15:11 - Tell Me About Your Parents' Role17:45 - Bruce's Boot Camp18:55 - Mom Dropped Me Off Six Days a Week20:50 - I'm Going to Be a Great Hand Setter21:32 - First Tournament Win at Coconut Beach Last Year24:10 - Handling Overwhelming Intensity and AVP Next Gold Tour New Orleans Clip25:04 - Managing the Introverted Gene 26:39 - Shot of Match Point27:25 - Weather Preferences31:00 - Hurricane Documentary, Katrina, and Ida31:33 - Hurricane Katrina as a 2nd Grader34:51 - Hurricane Katrina and the Saints37:27 - Steve Gleason Blocked Punt Clip39:45 - Steve Gleason and His ALS Foundation41:02 - What is ALS?41:53 - ALS Defined on Wikipedia42:17 - Hurricane Ida and AVP Chicago43:46 - Lincoln Memorial's On Campus Community 44:40 - Town of Harriget in Cumberland Gap 45:15 - Travel Logistics and Hurricane Weather46:25 - AVP Chicago Was a Tough Tournament47:30 - Ongoing Struggle Breeds Resilience49:36 - What's the Key to Knowing Yourself That Well?50:20 - Talking Parents Divorce and Helping Out51:34 - Mother and Son Bond Made Me Be Better54:14 - Be Better Commercial54:23 - Looking for the Light55:02 - Intergenerational Stories56:22 - Growing Up Fast and Standing Up for Myself58:10 - Don't Lie to Your Kids59:31 - Coaching Junior Girls and Their Stories1:01:11 - Comparisons Hold You Back1:02:20 - The Greatest Joy is Being Yourself1:03:27 - Birth Order, First Born Vide, and Self Awareness1:04:51 - Toni's First Men's Volleyball Game 1:05:25 - “Ain't Gonna Take The South Outta Me”1:07:55 - Story in Atlanta1:09:00 - Seaside, OR Starts on Friday1:11:50 - Got to the Courts at 11:50am for a 12pm Match1:13:10 - Next Day We Won and Qualified for AVP Chicago1:14:10 - Winning Seaside to AVP Manhattan Beach Main Draw1:14:57 - Jason Asks 5 Things You Will Always Control1:15:48 - First Thing is Service Pressure1:16:26 - Physical Shape1:18:10 - Taking Care of My Body with Stretching and Recovery1:18:29 - Nutrition and All American Story1:20:11 - Were You Enjoying Cooking?1:20:50 - Last Controllable is Attitude 1:21:34 - How You're Using Your Energy1:23:28 - Joey, Cole Fiers, and the Power of Mentorship 1:24:20 - I Get Loud1:25:45 - How You Influence A Crowd1:26:35 - I Want to Be a Chameleon 1:27:43 - Stubbornness1:28:12 - Headed to Mexico with Billy Kolinske 1:31:00 - Talking Partnership Dynamics1:33:42 - Whole New Indoctrination of Fitting In1:34:55 - Be Better Featured Athletes Are Close1:35:58 - Norceca in Mexico and Facebook Following1:37:07 - What I Meant To Say / One Piece of Advice1:37:25 - Always Go, Always Try1:39:20 - My Dad Used to Say1:39:38 - Blue Nose Beach and Coaching1:42:41 - What I Meant to Say Podcast Closing Links & Where to Find Evan www.bluenosebeach.comwww.patreon.com/evancoryIG - @evancoryvolley
On the latest episode of Now, Appalachia, Eliot interviews journalist Ronnie Greene about his latest book HEART OF ATLANTA: FIVE BLACK PASTORS AND THE SUPREME COURT VICTORY FOR INTEGRATION. Ronnie is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University and a veteran investigative reporter, who, over the years, has worked at the Center for Public Integrity, the Associated Press, and the Miami Herald. He is currently in the DC bureau of Reuters as Washington enterprise editor. He is the author of Shots on the Bridge, a narrative of the police shootings of unarmed innocents on the Danziger Bridge in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina; and Night Fire, an exposé of Shell Oil's toxic waste pollution of the African American district of Norco, LA, a company town. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eliot-parker/support
Is the NBA rigged? Langston and guest Tone Bell (Can't Cancel This on Showtime) make a slam dunk on this conspiracy theory and get to the bottom of who and what's at stake during these games. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kenneth Campbell became New Schools for Baton Rouge's CEO in 2022, bringing decades of experience in creating exceptional education opportunities for students in the south. Most recently, Campbell served as Executive Director for IDEA Public Schools of Southern Louisiana, one of the nation's leading charter management organizations, where he was responsible for launching IDEA's first school outside of the state of Texas and building a network of high-performing college-preparatory charter schools across south Louisiana. Prior to his role with IDEA, Campbell served as the President of the Black Alliance for Educational Options (BAEO). As a founding member, his leadership helped protect and strengthen parental choice programs across the country and helped spearhead efforts to launch new parental choice efforts in some of America's most underserved communities.Kenneth Campbell was also a founding Director of Charter Schools for the Louisiana Department of Education, where, in the years following Hurricane Katrina, he was responsible for rebuilding New Orleans's education infrastructure through high-quality charter schools and implemented systems, policies, and practices to transform failing schools across the state into higher-performing charter schools. The Mississippi native is the founding board member of various education organizations, such as 4.0 Schools, Building Excellent Schools, and D.C. Charter School Resource Center. Campbell routinely advises the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools and the National Association of Charter School Authorizers on standards, practices, and policies.For more information about the work at the Baton Rouge Area Foundation, don't forget to visit braf.org.
Today's episode is with landscape architect, designer, urbanist, and public artist Sara Zewde. Sara is the co-founder of Studio Zewde– a design firm practicing landscape architecture, urban design, and public art, as well as an assistant professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. In this episode, she shares how design has been leveraged as a tool of oppression and how everyone must be involved in the process of thinking about the world they want to create. We explore the controversial origins of landscape architecture along with topics that range from Hurricane Katrina not only being a natural disaster but a political failure that ignited her curiosity about the land, architecture being built on the backs of Black women, and ultimately the bold moves we should be making now to engage with the environment. Sara's story introduces you to the origins of architecture that have been omitted and challenge us to participate in the design of being. Things mentioned https://www.olmsted.org/the-olmsted-legacy/frederick-law-olmsted-sr (Frederick Law Olmsted Sr.) is the father of landscape architecture https://www.olmsted.org/the-olmsted-legacy/frederick-law-olmsted-jr (Frederick Law Olmsted Jr.) https://www.centralparknyc.org/locations/seneca-village-site (Seneca Village existed before Central Park ) https://dschool.stanford.edu/resources/liberatory-design-cards#:~:text=Liberatory%20Design%20is%20a%20process,and%20influenced%20by%20design%20work. (Liberatory Design) is a process and practice https://www.africatownlandtrust.org/ (Africatown Community Land Trust) can be a model for us https://studio-zewde.com/graffiti-pier (Graffiti Pier) by Studio Zewde What to read https://bookshop.org/books/sister-outsider-essays-and-speeches-9781799984474/9781580911863 (Sister Outsider: Essays and Speeches )by Audre Lorde https://www.jstor.org/stable/4177045 (An Aesthetic of Blackness: Strange and Oppositional) by bell hooks https://bookshop.org/books/the-souls-of-black-folk-87d5ee39-cd42-4012-a6a5-a1870d60860c/9781640322677 (The Souls of Black Folk) by W. E. B. Du Bois https://bookshop.org/books/journeys-and-explorations-in-the-cotton-kingdom-a-traveller-s-observations-on-cotton-and-slavery-in-the-american-slave-states-based-upon-three-former/9788027334391 (Journeys and Explorations in the Cotton Kingdom: A Traveller's Observations on Cotton and Slavery in the American Slave States Based Upon Three Former) by Frederick Law Olmsted Sr. Who to follow Find her on https://www.instagram.com/zewdiac/ (IG) To learn more about her work, visit https://studio-zewde.com/ (Studio Zewde) and follow them on https://www.instagram.com/studio_zewde/ (IG) This conversation was recorded on May 3rd, 2022. Host https://www.instagram.com/dario.studio/ (Dario Calmese) Production Assistant: https://www.instagram.com/holly_woodco/ (Coniqua Johnson ) Visual Art Direction and Designs: http://riverwildmen.com/ (River Wildmen), https://www.instagram.com/afrovisualism/ (AfroVisualism) Original Music composed by http://www.dariocalmese.com/ (Dario Calmese) Visit us at https://www.blackimagination.com/oral-history (blackimagination.com )
Jason Hartman invites attorney Galen Hair to the Creating Wealth Show today to discuss how to make sure you are getting the most out of your insurance claim. How do you know if you should even hire an attorney to assist with your claim? A study from the Insurance Research Council revealed that on average, people who hire attorneys are likely to see a settlement three and a half times higher than people who don't hire attorneys. What are some of the things your homeowner's insurance policy might cover that you don't even know about and would never think to make a claim for? What should owner occupant homeowners and rental property investors know? What other additional coverage should you consider adding on to your policy that is not included, but would be available for a small fee? About Galen M. Hair Galen M. Hair, an aggressive and relentless litigator, is licensed in multiple states and boasts clients from around the world. With large wins both at home and across the country and an impressive record of favorable results, Mr. Hair gained a reputation for getting the job done both inside and outside the court room early on in his career. He focuses not only on the litigation in front of the client, but the long term personal and business effects that his clients' issues will cause. Viability is key and no small victory is worth it if the client is put in a more detrimental position. With both large firm and boutique firm experience, he combines a large firm comprehensive approach to a small firm low-cost model to achieve impressive results with minimal financial expense. His clients are family to him and it shows. Key Takeaways: 0:50 Welcome Galen M. Hair, property casualty attorney 1:38 Hurricane Katrina laid the foundation for Galen's professional development 2:14 What is an insurance bad faith case? 3:27 Industry participants estimate that over 95% of claims are either underpaid or delayed 4:15 Galen's focus is property insurance 5:58 Insurance Research Council study on attorney effectiveness 7:24 Typical fee schedule 8:51 Many claims are weather related 9:44 Sample case study for a recent residential claim 11:31 What is a public adjuster? 13:47 Who actually reviews the insurance policy? 15:04 A public adjuster in their truest form should be bringing the claim to resolution that is favorable for you 15:57 How do you find a public adjuster? 16:48 Which states tend to have more favorable outcomes for the insured? 17:54 What are the smallest and largest claims you handle? 20:07 What if a claim seems too small to hire an attorney? 23:37 Protecting yourself during a claim and things to consider about insurance fraud 26:27 Insurance fraud can have terrible ramifications on society 27:20 What are some things that people might not know are in their homeowners insurance policies? 28:24 Additional living expense coverage can keep your family and rental properties safe 30:50 The loss of rental income and multifamily policies 32:24 What is a non admitted carrier? 33:41 Penalties and punitive damages 35:00 Statute of limitations 37:22 Find resources and learn more at InsuranceClaimHQ.com Follow Jason on TWITTER, INSTAGRAM & LINKEDIN https://twitter.com/JasonHartmanROI https://www.instagram.com/jasonhartman1/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonhartmaninvestor/ Learn More: https://www.jasonhartman.com/ Get wholesale real estate deals for investment or build a great business – Free course: JasonHartman.com/Deals Free White Paper on The Hartman Comparison Index™: https://www.hartmanindex.com/white-paper Free Report on Pandemic Investing: https://www.PandemicInvesting.com Jason's TV Clips: https://vimeo.com/549444172 Free Class: CYA Protect Your Assets, Save Taxes & Estate Planning: http://JasonHartman.com/Protect Special Offer from Ron LeGrand: https://JasonHartman.com/Ron What do Jason's clients say? http://JasonHartmanTestimonials.com Contact our Investment Counselors at: www.JasonHartman.com Watch, subscribe and comment on Jason's videos on his official YouTube channel: YouTube.com/c/JasonHartmanRealEstate/videos Guided Visualization for Investors: JasonHartman.com/visualization Jason's videos in his other sites: JasonHartman.com/Rumble JasonHartman.com/Bitchute JasonHartman.com/Odysee Jason Hartman Extra: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0qQ… Real Estate News and Technology: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPSy…
We've put the "Gone Fishing" sign up here at Spot Lyte On… as we wrap up Season 6 and get things ready for next one. But that doesn't mean we want you to miss out on your weekly dose of LP's conversations with his fascinating guests. So we'll be featuring a few "best of" Spot Lyte On… episodes over the next few weeks. This week's episode comes from Season 5 and features Dr. Richard Brent Turner, Professor in the Department of Religious Studies and the African American Studies Program at the University of Iowa. He is the author of Jazz Religion, The Second Line, and Black New Orleans, New Edition, and Islam in the African-American Experience. Turner is a 2020 American Council of Learned Societies Fellow.Dr. Turner joined the University of Iowa faculty in 2001 and holds appointments in Department of Religious Studies, African American Studies Program, and International Programs.His research program focuses on twentieth-century and contemporary African-American religious history and African diaspora religions in the Black Atlantic world. He is especially interested in the following areas: Islam in the United States; religion and music in New Orleans, before and after Hurricane Katrina; Vodou in the United States and Haiti; interactions between African-American religion and popular music — jazz, soul, and hip hop; black nationalism and religion; African-American religion and human rights; ethnography; urban religious experience; and globalization and transnationalism.Dr. Turner is currently working on a book project on African-American religion and music in the 1960s. He is a member of American Academy of Religion, American Anthropological Association, Association for Africanist Anthropology, and is on the board of directors of KOSANBA, an international scholarly association for the study of Haitian Vodou.Learn more about Lyte.
(For show notes and a full transcript, see https://tonyloyd.com/deirdre-horan). Dri produces durable, fashionable, and environmentally sustainable umbrellas from ocean-bound plastic. As a fifteen year-old, Deirdre Horan left her comfortable home in Acton, Massachusetts to join a youth group traveling to Gulfport, Mississippi. This was two years after Hurricane Katrina, and the community continued to struggle. “What really struck me was the level of devastation that was still there two years later,” Deirdre explains. “It takes much longer than the initial relief to pick lives back up. People will always need assistance if they've been impacted. I saw at a young age that something can always be done for somebody.” Deirdre continued to travel back to Gulfport year after year. But she also thought of how she could make a greater impact. A shift in plans In 2017, Deirdre watched a documentary, Garbage Island: An Ocean Full of Plastic. In the film, Captain Charles Moore made a comment that stuck with her. “He said something like, ‘The oceans to a degree help clean itself out. We need to address the amount that's flowing in,'” Dierdre explains. “I went down a black hole, researching recycling. I learned that plastic bottles could be upcycled into polyester. “One day I was walking to work and my umbrella flipped inside out. I was wet, discouraged, and angry. I threw the umbrella in the trash can. I checked the tag. It was made with polyester yarn. The wheels started turning. I realized that I didn't know who made any umbrella, let alone an eco-friendly umbrella.” That's when the idea came for an umbrella made from ocean-bound plastic. “I ran around telling everybody I knew about this idea. And then, I realized that I had to buckle down and do some research. One of the biggest hurdles was finding someone who could make it ethically. “I vetted multiple companies before I made my decision.” The problem The world produces 380 million tons of plastic every year. Much of that is for single-use. But what about recycling? Much of the plastic that is gathered for recycling is sent to countries with weak environmental laws and poor waste management systems. According to Deirdre Horan of Dri, over 17 billion pounds of plastic flows into the ocean every year. That's more than one garbage truck per minute. In many of these low-income countries, waste pickers will pick up ocean-bound plastic and bring it to recycling centers. That plastic is pelletized and can be spun into yarn and polyester. The solution Dri umbrellas are created from upcycled ocean-bound plastic. The handles are made from fast-growing bamboo, and the shafts are stainless steel, which is recyclable. Learn More About Deirdre Horan and Dri Dri: https://dri.earth Dri on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dri_umbrellas Dri on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DriUmbrellas Vice Documentary, Garbage Island: An Ocean Full of Plastic: https://youtu.be/D41rO7mL6zM IFundWomen: https://ifundwomen.com First Founders: https://firstfounders.org
Episode 68 Matthew Paul TurnerWe've been hearing a LOT about deconstruction the last few years, even featuring episodes about the topic here and there on this podcast. But what comes AFTER deconstruction? The answer will of course be different for each person. Matthew Paul Turner– a forerunner of the current deconstruction movement by over a decade– has found an answer that suits him well, and might work for many others: telling better stories. Specifically in the form of picture books.His work in this particular genre began with When God Made You, and since then he has published many more, including What is God Like?, When I Pray For You, and his most recent book, I Am God's Dream.https://matthewpaulturner.com/https://matthewpaulturner.com/category/jesus-needs-new-pr/Our broad ranging discussion covers a LOT of ground, including: How the campaign of George W. Bush gave him a spiritual orgasm with the catchy phrase “compassionate conservatism,” but eventually left him empty, especially in the wake of Hurricane Katrina (which Matthew notes as the deconstruction starting point for him) “I no longer wanted my theology to be against people.”How he started first critiquing what was wrong with his Evangelical subculture in his classic blog, “Jesus Needs New PR.” The path led him to start writing children's books, because he was “looking for words to read over their kids” that weren't destructive of left his children thinking God was a monster. How “children's literature” is a misnomer, and his preference for the term “picture books”, which enable others to see the spiritual life anew. The importance of representing all people in his books, and having a girl of color , first Illustrated by David Catrow, provide a powerful way forward by be the stand in for us all in his books.About his latest book I Am God's Dream being written during hard times, and includes that reality in the pages– but is ultimately driven by hope and joy. Matthew shares withs us a little about how he finds joy.AND MUCH MORE
Frank is an NBC producer and off air reporter who uses his access to the USA Capitol building to explore his film obsession. Using a Speed Graphic camera and Aero Ektar lens he made a moving photo essay 100 days after the January 2020 storming of the Capitol building. “After the Riot” is a series of portraits of 12 individuals who work in the building, made in locations that resonated with each person (from the day of the storming) and aims to bring a sense of closure to the subjects and indeed to Frank who was also in the building on that fateful day. Project links. See Frank's portraits here as well as the YouTube video with interviews. https://www.nbcnews.com/specials/after-the-riot-capitol-attack/index.html?fbclid=IwAR1GOkpqLm4ctRy9gAgT1cbbiUa5gPcp9kxQuMtwZJNA0WWkFLK7Tkrhh4Q Things we chatted about on the show: The community darkroom that Frank learned at: https://www.theartleague.org/ Richard Avedon was mentioned as one of the photographers Frank looked to before embarking on his portraiture project – Erik mentioned this book “Portraits of Power”. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Richard-Avedon-Portraits-Renata-Adler/dp/3865216757 Frank has started using Jason Lane's dry plates – just to make his life a little harder. https://www.pictoriographica.com/store/c5/www.pictoriographica.com/store/c5/All_Production_Dry_Plates.html Frank owes a debt of gratitude to his friend David Burnett and Erik mentioned his body of work documenting the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. https://www.davidburnett.com/gallery.html?gallery=Aftermath&folio=Galleries#/0 Eugene Richards “War is Personal”. https://eugenerichards.com/war-is-personal James Guerin got a shout out as Frank is considering how he might make pinhole photography work for him in the Capitol building. https://realitysosubtle.fr/ Mark Wilson, the legendary Getty photographer Frank got his first 4x5's from. https://www.washingtonpost.com/photography/2020/11/20/tough-salty-outside-soft-kind-inside-remembering-getty-images-mark-wilson/ Frank Thorp's social media: IG: https://www.instagram.com/frankthorpv/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/frankthorp LFPP links - https://largeformatphotographypodcast.podbean.com/ ko-fi.com/largeformatphotographypodcast You can join in the fun at our Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/2296599290564807/ And now our Flikr group curated by Colin Devroe https://www.flickr.com/groups/lfpp/ Get Twitter updates for the show from Andrew – https://twitter.com/warboyssnapper Or from Simon (Yes he's still part of the show) – https://twitter.com/simonfor Email feedback, ideas and questions for the podcast firstname.lastname@example.org Podcast Hosts Social Media presence Simon Forster www.classiclensespodcast.com www.simonforsterphotographic.co.uk https://stores.ebay.co.uk/itsfozzyphotography https://www.flickr.com/photos/125323761@N07/ https://www.facebook.com/SimonForsterPhotographic/ https://www.instagram.com/simonforsterphotographic/ https://twitter.com/SimonFor Andrew Bartram https://anchor.fm/thelenslesspodcast https://andrewbartram.wordpress.com https://www.instagram.com/warboyssnapper https://www.instagram.com/warboyssnapper_pinholes https://www.flickr.com/photos/warboyssnapper/ https://twitter.com/warboyssnapper Erik Mathy A not updated website. https://www.erikmathy.com/about IG probably best for all things including rabbits. https://www.instagram.com/erikhmathy/?hl=en The East Bay Photo Collective https://www.ebpco.org/ Stay Safe!
Cryptocurrency markets are being rocked after a popular token lost 99% of its value. We get the latest analysis from Anita Ramaswamy of the TechCrunch website. Oil giant Saudi Aramco has overtaken Apple to become the world's most valuable company. Indrajit Sen of the Middle East Economic Digest in Dubai discusses the significance of the shift. Russian shipping company Sovcomflot is reportedly selling off a third of its fleet to pay off some European debts before an EU sanctions deadline expires. It's one of the world's biggest transporters of oil and gas. We ask Richard Meade of the shipping journal Lloyd's List what this will mean for international shipping. An investigation in the US has revealed that the state of Louisiana is suing some families for making unlawful repairs to their homes - with government grants given out following Hurricane Katrina. We speak to David Hammer of WWL-TV, the investigative reporter following the story. And we have an extended report from the BBC's Russell Padmore exploring the problem of ships colliding with whales. Fergus Nicoll is joined throughout the programme by Kimberly Adams of our US partner station Marketplace in Washington DC, and by independent economist Andy Xie from Shanghai. (Photo: A cryptocurrency ATM. Credit: Getty Images)
Cryptocurrency markets are being rocked after a popular token lost 99% of its value. We get the latest analysis from Anita Ramaswamy of the TechCrunch website. Oil giant Saudi Aramco has overtaken Apple to become the world's most valuable company. Indrajit Sen of the Middle East Economic Digest in Dubai discusses the significance of the shift. An investigation in the US has revealed that the state of Louisiana is suing some families for making unlawful repairs to their homes - with government grants given out following Hurricane Katrina. We speak to David Hammer of WWL-TV, the investigative reporter following the story.
Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more Christine Romans who is CNN's Chief Business Correspondent and anchor of Early Start with Laura Jarrett weekdays from 4 am to 6 am ET. She won an Emmy award for her work on the series "Exporting America" about globalization and outsourcing American jobs overseas, and is author of three books: Smart is the New Rich: If You Can't Afford it—Put it Down (Wiley 2010) How to Speak Money (Wiley 2012) and Smart is the New Rich Money Guide for Millennials (Wiley March 2015). Romans is known as CNN's explainer-in-chief of all things money. She covers business and finance from the perspective of American workers and small business owners, translating what budgets and bailouts and economic data mean for families. Romans brings an award-winning career in business reporting. In 2014, she crossed the country reporting for her series, "Is College Worth it." In 2010, Romans co-hosted "Madoff: Secrets of a Scandal," a special hour-long investigative report examining disgraced financier Bernard Madoff and how he perpetrated one of the largest investor frauds ever committed by an individual. In 2009, her special "In God We Trust: Faith & Money in America" explored the intersection of how our religious values govern the way we think about and spend our money. Her series of reports "Living Dangerously" illustrated the risks and precautions for the nearly 30 percent of America's population living in the path of an Atlantic-coast hurricane. In "Deadly Hospitals," she examined how hospitals spread dangerous infections and what patients can do to protect themselves. Romans joined CNN Business News in 1999, spending several years reporting from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Romans was the anchor of CNNfn's Street Sweep tracking the market's boom through the late 1990s to tragedy of Sept. 11 attacks. She anchored the first democratic elections in Iraq's history from CNN Center in Atlanta. She has covered four hurricanes and four presidential elections, and was part of the coverage teams that earned CNN a George Foster Peabody award for its Hurricane Katrina coverage and an Alfred I. duPont Award for its coverage of the tsunami disaster in Southeast Asia. The National Foundation for Women Legislators has honored her with its media excellence award for business reporting and the Greenlee School of Journalism named her the 2009 James W. Schwartz award recipient. Dr. Jason Johnson is an associate professor of politics and journalism in the School of Global Journalism & Communication at Morgan State University and author of the book Political Consultants and Campaigns: One Day to Sell. He focuses on campaign politics, political communication, strategy and popular culture. He hosts a podcast on Slate called "A Word" He is a political analyst for MSNBC, SIRIUS XM Satellite Radio and The Grio. He has previously appeared on CNN, Fox News, Al Jazeera, Current TV and CBS. His work has been featured on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and on ESPN. He has been quoted by The Guardian, The Washington Post, The Washington Times, The Wallstreet Journal, Buzzfeed, The Hill newspaper, the Cleveland Plain Dealer and the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Dr. Johnson is a University of Virginia alumnus and earned his PhD in Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page
In this hour, stories of education, illumination, or just being schooled. The lessons learned from communities new and old, on top of a glacier, and from children. This episode is hosted by Moth host Jon Goode. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Hosted by: Jon Goode Storytellers: Dan Souza teaches English and learns about Hungarian karaoke. Jen Rubin plans to be spontaneous. Matty Struski learns about resiliency, and slides. Diane Harari learns that piano recitals are child's play. Burnell Cotlon returns to the Lower Ninth Ward after Hurricane Katrina to rebuild the community he loves.
Mark Normand discusses growing up in New Orleans, starting to skate around 13 years old, his local shop Humidity, going to film school at the New York Film Academy, starting to do comedy right after college, moving to New York, the many parallels between comedy and skateboarding, how he goes about writing his comedy bits, perfecting his jokes in front of a live audience, his skate footage getting lost during Hurricane Katrina, opening for Amy Schumer early on, Jerry Seinfeld seeing his Tonight show appearance and reached out him, keeping up with all the new skaters coming up and much more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Alexandra Paul is not only a respected actress who millions of us know from the iconic television series, "Baywatch," but what you may not know is that she's also an incredible athlete and an activist with a storied history. For instance, she was honored by the ACLU of Southern California as their “2005 Activist of the Year." The United Nations commended her for her work on human overpopulation. She's won the International Green Cross award. And she's walked across America in the name of Nuclear Disarmament. Let's see, what else? In no particular order, she's an electric car driver, a vegan, she's traveled to Nicaragua with a medical aid group, to Louisiana to help animals after Hurricane Katrina, to South Africa to register voters and to Sierra Leone to promote family planning. This woman has been and continues to be BUSY. Listen to how this woman who wears a million amazing hats chooses herself. Website: https://alexandrapaul.com/ Become a member of our Patreon page: patreon.com/chooseyounow to have access to exclusive content and send us your questions and comments at email@example.com. For more about my Nutrition services and resources, visit me at PlantBasedDietitian.com
How To Be A Unicorn Elise Buie, Esq. is a Seattle-based family and divorce lawyer and founder of the Elise Buie Family Law Group. A survivor of Hurricane Katrina, her divorce, and many dish-filled sinks piled high after lively family dinners with her husband, Doug, and their blended family of six (six!) teens and 20-somethings, Elise knows firsthand what it means to juggle work and parenting, finding balance in between, even if it means a lot of late nights. When she's not advocating for her clients, the best interests of their children, and civility in divorce, you can find her sailing on Puget Sound. LINKS: Instagram Facebook LinkedIn Twitter My question before you go. What are you looking forward to tomorrow? Please subscribe to my YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFhju6cCeHC9xphoWbN3frA Tommy has spoken at TEDx, Ignite Fort Collins, and Keynote Speaker at Everything Dad Convention. He even has won speaking awards through Toastmasters International. The author of the book "25 Tips For Divorced Dads." "Why not you, "Why Not Me" and His"new dad's, "My Dad's Advice "t 5:04 AM," are coming out in 2021. He has written for The Good Men Project, Modern Gladiator, and Nurture Magazine. Plus, he has been a guest writer. Tommy enjoys a good red blend while writing or hiding from the family. A dad to Betsy, Becca, Connor, and Duke (RIP), Otis. A husband to Ann. Podcast music by Twisterium / freebackgroundtracks.net Contact him at Tommy@BlendingTheFamily.com TEDx Talk: https://youtu.be/azG2K47iz4Q Blog: http://blendingthefamily.com/blog/ Podcast: http://blendingthefamily.libsyn.com/ Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/tommy-maloney/id958223196?mt=2 Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/tommy-maloney/blending-the-family Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thetommymaloney The Good Men Project: https://goodmenproject.com/author/tommy-maloney/ Medium: https://medium.com/@thetommymaloney Calendly: calendly.com/thomasdmaloneyjr Anyone considering suicide should contact the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or chat with someone live on its Website.
Nelson Simon is a writer and performer. Originally from La Paz, Bolivia, he was a long-time collaborator with the choreographer Susan Hefner and the composer/percussionist Michael Evans, with whom he created performances and videos that explored the human situation with wit, irony, and lots of pratfalls. In 2006 Simon led a team of interviewers and facilitators from StoryCorps, the national oral history project, to New Orleans to chronicle the life of the city in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. In 2016 he created "The Accidental Sailor," the storytelling performance on which Soul of the Hurricane is based. He lives in Brooklyn. Find the book at your local book store, on Amazon, or Book Depository.
Are you like Bilbo Baggins? Do you love a good adventure? Will shaking up your life help you to find happiness? Subscribe to Pub Songs & Stories #254 to find out. WHO'S PLAYING IN THE PUB TODAY Welcome to Pub Songs & Stories. This is the Virtual Public House to share stories and inspiration behind my music. 0:24 - WHAT'S NEW? Let me start by reminding you that Pub Songs & Stories is a podcast brought to you by my Gunn Runners on Patreon. The public version of his show will be released on the first Monday of each month starting in August. However, there will be a private version. It will come out every other week, exclusively on Patreon. If you're looking for Stories from other Celtic bands, then be sure to subscribe to the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. If you enjoy my music or this podcast, please sign up on Patreon. You'll get this podcast, and be able to downloads songs featured in this show. You also get Stories from the Road, sheet music, and get access to the Coffee with The Celtfather concerts which happen on Wednesdays at 11 AM eastern. You get all of that for as little as $5 per month. And you can get a discount with an annual membership. Thanks to my newest Gunn Runners on Patreon: Ivan MacKillop I'm still putting together my next Kickstarter. The album is called Come Adventure With Me. It features that title track, and some of my newest music. Several songs are already recorded. And if I haven't given them away on Patreon yet, they will be available there. That's because Streaming music gives you a quick and easy way to sample all of my music. Digital sales keep my business running. Tips and CD sales allow me to tour. Patreon funds my songwriting! Kickstarter funds physical products like CDs, shirts, album pins and other merch. The plan is to officially release the album next year. But in what format? I have quite a few people who ask that I keep releasing CDs. I also started releasing Album Pins, which are lapel pins associated with each album. That is what this new Kickstarter will fund. Yes. Some of the music will go to pay musicians for their time in helping me create the music. But most of it will go into producing physical merch for this album. Although I'm also raising money for album lapel pins of a couple past albums. If you're interested in supporting this album, please follow the link to my Kickstarter page and make a pledge. 3:15 - UPCOMING SHOWS MAY 6: Tucker Brewing Company, Tucker, GA @ 6:30 - 9:30 PM. MAY 20: Ironshield Brewing in Lawrenceville, GA @ 7:00 – 10:00 PM. MAY 21: Pepper Place Farmer's Market, Birmingham, AL @ 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM CT May 28: The Lost Druid, Avondale Estates, GA 3:30 - STORY OF WHEREVER I MAY ROAM I'm like Bilbo Baggins. I love a good adventure. I think it all started when my parents divorced. My dad would drive us to Texas each summer to stay with our grandparents. My brother and I would fly home a few weeks later. I loved air travel. Then my mom moved to Italy in 1985. My brother and I flew, just the two of us, across the big blue ocean, to Italy. This was the height of my Dungeons & Dragons days. So going to Italy was like stepping inside one of my D&D campaigns. It was magical. I relished it. My mom had a small home in Isola Montagne. It was a few miles from the Vicenza military base. I moved to Italy in 1989 to live with my mom. I visited Rome, Venice, the alps, Florence, Verona, just… everywhere. It was incredible. Life was an adventure. But I also knew that I didn't want to adventure alone. Sure I had fun in 2003. I sprained my ankle. But I had already booked a flight to Germany where I would take a train to Italy. It was fun. But also lonely. I wanted a family. In 2009, I met my wife, Gwen, at a house concert in Virginia. It was one of the few actual tours I ever made as a professional musician. We clicked instantly. We solidified our kindred spirits a couple months later when we met up in London. Our first big date was in Cambridge. I was living in New Orleans at the time. It turned out that New Orleans was where she called home before she swam out of it during Hurricane Katrina. We are connected in part by our love of travel. That's something we've made a big part of our lives, and that of our children too. We took Kenzie to Galway, Ireland when she was 1 ½ years old. It was cold, wet and rainy that April of 2012. But an adventure! Since then, we've gone back to Cambridge. We've traveled around the US. This summer, we're heading to Scotland and Europe as a family. This is what “Wherever I May Roam” is all about. It's finding happiness and love wherever we are. One of my first epiphanies back in the 80s was that if things aren't working out how you want them to, shake things up. Do something radical. That's why I moved to New Orleans. It's why I split up the success of the Brobdingnagian Bards to move to New Orleans. Travel is a great way to open your mind and spirit to great possibilities. 7:50 - Marc Gunn “Wherever I May Roam” from Selcouth You can download “Wherever I May Roam” as an MP3 when you join my Gunn Runners on Patreon. Hey if you want to join me on an adventure, every year I host Celtic Invasion Vacations. These are small group trips to Ireland or Scotland. This year we're going to Invade the Banks of Loch Lomond. The trip is already filled up. I don't know where we are going next year. But you can subscribe at celticinvasion.com to be the first to find out. Thanks for listening to Pub Stories. The show was produced by Marc Gunn, edited by Mitchell Petersen with graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. You can subscribe and listen wherever you find podcasts. You can also subscribe to my mailing list. You will get regular updates of new music, podcasts, special offers, and you'll get an album for free. 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Episode 376 – You can be right, or you can have peace – Part 2 Today we have Ronda. She is 56, from New Orleans, and sober for 2.5 years. Exact Nature: https://exactnature.com/RE 20 Highlights from Paul We are all human, with faulty machines in the dome. It's okay to be right or want to be right, especially in the moment. Sobriety teaches us that we must choose peace. We don't have to choose peace immediately, but eventually, we must, or we develop resentments. Resentments, for many of us, can kill us. Why? Resentments separate us. Disconnect us. And what's the opposite of addiction—connection. Better Help: www.betterhelp.com/elevator - 10% off your first month [10:23] Ronda and Odette discussed the sobriety journey and celebrating the decision to quit vs. the date of your last drink. Ronda is from New Orleans and recently moved to Colorado. She has three grown children, and she is an anesthesiologist. She loves sailing, hiking, and traveling. Ronda's first addiction was an eating disorder. She coped with stress and shame with food. She recovered from the eating disorder at age 30, and alcohol became a problem. She got a DWI in her mid-forties. Ronda said she ignored all the signs. She didn't want to have a drinking problem. The culture in New Orleans portrays day drinking and excessive drinking as the norm, so it made denial easier. Ronda was more of a binge drinker than a daily drinker. Her kids started noticing her drinking. Her middle daughter was vocal about her concerns early on. So, Ronda began to hide her drinking. Ronda and the kids evacuated to Phoenix during Hurricane Katrina. Her problem with drinking started then, and it took her ten years to get help. After getting a DUI, Ronda had to go through a program to align with the recommendations of the medical board. Even her colleagues said, "it could have been me." When visiting her daughter in sober living, Ronda got sloshed at the airport and faced her daughter's disappointment when she landed. When her daughter stopped protecting Ronda, it was another AHA moment that she had a problem. After her daughter went to rehab, Ronda started moderating when her kids were with her. There are multiple ways to get sober, and Ronda tried everything and found a mix of programs that worked. Ronda leveraged AA, The Tempest Sobriety School (run by Holly Whittaker), Recovery Elevator, and Café RE in early recovery. With a heavy emphasis on self-care, Ronda was able to find her true soul, her wounded inner child, and the ego that were all within herself. Learning to take care of herself allowed Ronda to stack days and helped her to deal with shame. Plant-based medicine was a pivotal moment in her recovery journey. Ronda was molested as a young child, and it was one of many childhood traumas that contributed to her addiction. Shortly after confronting her abuser, she took her last drink. It was a burden off her shoulders that she didn't have to hide anymore. Joy has permeated Ronda's life. She has learned new skills, confronted her past, and found many ways to have fun, including mediation, music, dancing, nature, bubble baths, community, and board games (particularly Bananagrams). Morning routines are critical to Ronda's sobriety routine. She removed herself from social media other than her recovery groups. Odette's Summary Odette talks about shame, day counts, and restarting. Committing to sobriety should add value, not shame, to your recovery. It's not about the date. It's about staying on the journey. Remember that you are not alone and together is always better. Upcoming events, retreats, and courses: You can find more information about our events Resources Connect with Cafe RE - Use the promo code OPPORTUNITY to waive the set-up fee. Recovery Elevator YouTube - Subscribe here! Sobriety Tracker iTunes Recovery Elevator –We took the elevator down. We need to take the stairs back up. I love you guys.
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In this episode, Sgt. 1st Class Jake Braman sits down with Brig. Gen. Derek Lipson to learn more about our DCG-S and to get his thoughts on where the command is heading.Brigadier General Derek Neal Lipson was commissioned an infantry officer in 1990, following his graduation from Midland Lutheran College, in Fremont, Nebraska, where he received a bachelor's degree in Journalism. He completed the Special Forces Qualification Course in 1994.Brigadier General Lipson commanded at all levels within 20th Special Forces Group (Airborne), culminating as the Group Commander from 2015-2018. Non-combat deployments included Colombia, Bolivia and Grenada, and he responded to numerous natural disasters in the South East United States, to include Hurricane Katrina.Brigadier General Lipson has deployed multiple times, serving in Afghanistan in 2002, as the Advanced Operations Base Tikrit Commander in Iraq from 2006-2007, the senior advisor to Iraqi Special Operations in 2008, Special Operations Task Force – North Commander in Iraq in 2010, senior advisor to the Afghan National Army Special Operations Command, 2nd Brigade in 2014 and as the Special Operations Command Forward – Central Africa Commander in 2016. Following Group Command, he served as the Team KSA Commander in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia from 2018-2020.Before being named as the Deputy Commanding General Support, 1st Special Forces Command (Airborne), he served as the Deputy Commanding General U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School. He has also served as a Special Assistant to the Director of the Army National Guard in Washington, D.C.Brigadier General Lipson is a graduate of the Infantry Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, Command and General Staff Officer Course, and the U.S. Army War College. He holds master's degrees in Adult and Continuing Education from Kansas State University and in Strategic Studies from the U.S. Army War College.His awards include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit with oak leaf cluster, Bronze Star with three oak leaf clusters, Defense Meritorious Service Medal and the Meritorious Service Medal with three Oak Leaf Clusters. He has been awarded the Combat Infantryman, Military Free Fall Parachutist, and the Senior Parachutist badges.Brigadier General Lipson is married to the former Jennie Engelhaupt. They have two daughters and two grandchildren.
Born and raised in New Orleans, LA Dr, Enchante Franklin is a Forensic Social Work Consultant, Community Advocate, and Author. She is dedicated to the art of prose, storytelling, and poetry through the lens of resilience. ´She served five years as a New Orleans Police Officer during and after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. She earned a Bachelor in Social Work from Southern University at New Orleans and received her two Master's degrees at Southern University in New Orleans. She received her Doctoral degree in Philosophy at the Whitney M. Young Jr., School of Social Work at Clark Atlanta University. She did all of this while caring for her mother and grandmother. She is the author of The Blue Lotus Flower which tells her story of resilience-pushing through the traumas of an impoverished, flooded city, facing childhood pain and community violence in the central city of New Orleans. She is dedicated to the art of prose, storytelling, and poetry through the lens of resilience. She currently is Assistant Professor of Social Work College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences at the University of the Virgin Islands and CEO of EnchantedLinks Consulting Firm LLC., a multi-social services consulting firm. After the deaths of her Mother and Grandmother, she began thinking about caregiving and life beyond grief. She shares information and tips from her workshops “Giving the Self Love Energy While Caregiving – The Resilient Women of Color”
In this episode of The Real ResQ, we are joined by Kenneth Smith, USN Rescue Swimmer. From the very start of Rescue Swimmer school, even though he was cracked in the face and was bleeding in the pool, Ken knew that this was the job for him! He shared amazing stories from throughout his entire career. Cases highlighted included being deployed to the water to look for an aircraft part that may have been thrown overboard and a year later another bit of a crazy occurred when he was deployed to the water to gather bales of cocaine dropped by drug runners. That story will have you laughing! Further in his career, Ken was stationed with HSL46. With this squadron, they were deployed for Hurricane Katrina where he earned the Navy and Marine Corps Medal. Then two weeks after that was over, they were deployed for Hurricane Rita where he earned an Air Medal. Enjoy! https://therealresq.com/home https://www.facebook.com/therealresq https://www.instagram.com/therealresq Thank you for sponsoring this episode of The Real ResQ; Breeze-Eastern, https://www.breeze-eastern.com/ Axnes https://www.axnes.com/ Life Saving Systems Corporation https://lifesavingsystems.com/ SR3 Rescue Concepts, https://sr3rescueconcepts.com/
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission.This week, author Ashley Clark joins us to talk about her new book, Where the Last Rose Blooms. This fabulous read is a dual time novel set in present-day New Orleans and Charleston, South Carolina at the time of the Civil War. We delve into Victorian floriography (the language of flowers), what kind of tea is good to drink, and Ashley shares an encouraging word for anyone with a dream. Where the Last Rose Blooms by Ashley ClarkAlice runs a New Orleans flower shop alongside her aunt, but thoughts of her mother, who went missing during Hurricane Katrina, are never far from her mind. After getting off on the wrong foot with a handsome yet irritating man who comes to her shop, Alice soon realizes their worlds overlap--and the answers they both seek can be found in the same place.In 1861 Charleston, Clara is known to be a rule follower--but the war has changed her. Unbeknownst to her father, who is heavily involved with the Confederacy, she is an abolitionist and is prepared to sacrifice everything for the cause. With assistance from a dashing Union spy, she attempts to help an enslaved woman reunite with her daughter. But things go very wrong when Clara agrees to aid the Northern cause by ferrying secret information about her father's associates.Faced with the unknown, both women will have to dig deep to let their courage bloom.Get your copy of Where the Last Rose Blooms by Ashley Clark.Also check out book one, The Dress Shop on King Street, and book two, Paint and Nectar.Ashley Clark is the acclaimed novelist of The Heirloom Secrets Series. She writes women's fiction set in the South, and her stories are filled with faith, sweet romance, and lots of family secrets. She loves all things vintage and the almost-forgotten stories of the past.Ashley finds her writing interests influenced by the spaces shared between femininity + strength, loss + legacy, and beauty + memory.She is an English adjunct instructor, a wife and homeschool mama, and she adores her adopted senior Cocker Spaniel.Visit Ashley Clark's website.
The first Earth Day was in 1970 after decades of conservation and environmental advocacy from Rachel Carson's "Silent Spring" to real life monkey wrenchers in the deserts of the American West. Since then, like so many other things, it has become by co-opted by corporations, politicians and non-profits looking to do well with environmentally minded consumers, voters and donors. In reality, change always comes from below. In our Earth Day special episode, Bob interviews Scott about four moments in environmental history where communities led struggles against fossil fuel companies and governments. They dive into struggles against mountaintop removal coal mining in Appalachia, the southern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline, the Dakota Access Pipeline at Standing Rock and the community and grassroots led disaster relief after Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. It's Earth Day 2022 and we're much worse off than we were when it started. Green and Red gets into the issues, examines the institutions at play, names names and talks about the root causes of the environmental crisis and the politics behind it. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Outro- Tom Lehrer "Pollution" Links// Climate Justice and Community Renewal: Resistance and Grassroots Solutions. ed. Brian Tokar and Tamra Gilbertson (https://bit.ly/3qSLWZS) Your liberal heroes really aren't heroes. (https://bit.ly/3OuIUrA) Our Long Memories (https://bit.ly/36CMGxS) Making Green a Threat Again (https://bit.ly/3k3Z1hL) Follow Green and Red// https://linktr.ee/greenandredpodcast Check out our new website: https://greenandredpodcast.org/ Join our Discord Party: https://bit.ly/36hqx7X Donate to Green and Red Podcast// Become a recurring donor at https://www.patreon.com/greenredpodcast Or make a one time donation here: https://bit.ly/DonateGandR This is a Green and Red Podcast (@PodcastGreenRed) production. Produced by Bob (@bobbuzzanco) and Scott (@sparki1969). “Green and Red Blues" by Moody. Editing by Scott
From the devastation of Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana to the deep freeze in Texas during winter storm Uri, to the urban heat islands in California, we are facing the extreme effects of climate change and marginalized communities are the most impacted. We speak with Elizabeth Yeampierre, the executive director of Uprose, about the inequities of climate change and the need for climate justice.
From the devastation of Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana to the deep freeze in Texas during winter storm Uri, to the urban heat islands in California, we are facing the extreme effects of climate change and marginalized communities are the most impacted. We speak with Elizabeth Yeampierre, the executive director of Uprose, about the inequities of climate change and the need for climate justice.
It's episode 102 and the Sinister Sisters need to settle a debate. What do you wear on Halloween? A costume or a coshtume? Honestly, any word you say a lot begins to sound fake. In today's episode, Erin covers the tragic and gruesome case of Zack Bowen and Addie Hall. The New Orleans couple survived Hurricane Katrina and their love story was even publicized by the media. As the city was restored and life slowly returned to normal, Zack and Addie's relationship became destructive and deadly. Did he mean North Carolina? Like the ground? Follow us on Instagram! (https://www.instagram.com/sinistersunrisepodcast/?hl=en) Have a personal story or a topic recommendation? Send it to our email! (firstname.lastname@example.org) If you are enjoying the podcast and want to show your support please leave us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts! (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/sinister-sunrise/id1498268800) If you want to look into these topics yourselves, below are the sources used: (Final Witness S01E02 “Graveyard Love”);(https://delanirbartlette.medium.com/the-gruesome-tale-of-zack-bowen-and-addie-hall-and-what-it-says-about-our-fascination-with-true-5c6170a0b0f6);(https://www.ranker.com/list/zack-and-addie-new-orleans/patrick-thornton);(https://ghostcitytours.com/new-orleans/ghost-stories/zack-addie/);(https://abcnews.go.com/US/story?id=2590814&page=1)