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Best podcasts about Jesse Jackson

Latest podcast episodes about Jesse Jackson

How Many Podcast
Episode 129 - Cowboys Week 12 Report

How Many Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 56:01


This is the 129th episode of How Many, released 11/29/2021. In this episode; Bob, Gary, Jesse, and Junior review the Cowboys performance 12 weeks into the season, including the Thanksgiving day debacle against the Raiders. We are also joined by very special guest Mark Dempsey as he shares his stories of Cowboys fandom all the way from the UK. Email: howmanypodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @howmanypodcast Twitter: @mkd1973

Fandom Zone Podcast
Never Meet Your Heroes

Fandom Zone Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 134:32


Charles Skaggs & DJ Nik are joined by Jesse Jackson to discuss "Never Meet Your Heroes" & "Hide and Seek", the first two episodes of the Disney+ series Hawkeye, featuring Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye/Clint Barton, Hailee Steinfeld as Kate Bishop, and Tony Dalton as Jack Duquesne! Find us here:Twitter: @FandomZoneCast @CharlesSkaggs @HiDarknesspod @JesseJacksonDFW Facebook: Facebook.com/FandomZonePodcast Instagram: @FandomZonePodcast Email: FandomZoneCast@gmail.com  Listen and subscribe to us in Apple Podcasts and leave us a review!

Be Reasonable: with Your Moderator, Chris Paul
High, Noon for Monday November 22nd 2021

Be Reasonable: with Your Moderator, Chris Paul

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 61:28


In today's episode: A career criminal, just released on an 'inappropriately low' bail, drives a car through a Christmas parade killing 5 and injuring at least 40 more Mainstream media refuses to name the driver - Darrell E Brooks Jr - or mention virtually any of the facts of the incident, instead focusing on convincing child-brained audience members that Brooks was "fleeing" another incident and inadvertently caused the mass casualty incident A perfect example of 'narrative seeding' The Waukesha Police Chief says that the suspect was not fleeing anything, but the incident was also not domestic terrorism Members of the Democrat Communist Party compare the incident to Kyle Rittenhouse defending himself from criminals trying to kill him and imagine that mowing down children and the elderly is 'karma' for Rittenhouse being acquitted by a jury of his peers in a fair, publicly televised trial Useful idiot and unrepentant communist, Mark Ruffalo, tries to humanize the men Rittenhouse defended himself from - "Anthony and JoJo" - even though one threatened his brother and grandmother with a knife and strangled them and the other raped five 9-11-year old boys, you know, to show his progressive compassion Chicago paid protestor, led by a half-dead Jesse Jackson, demand communist revolution on behalf of the communist domestic terrorist organization BLM/Antifa, but it is rude to call them communists. Listen and support the podcast: anchor.fm/imyourmoderator Merch site: www.cancelcouture.com or shop.spreadshirt.com/cancel-couture Writing at: imyourmoderator.substack.com Follow the podcast info stream: t.me/imyourmoderator

How Many Podcast
Episode 128 - Rock Movies

How Many Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 74:08


This is the 128th episode of How Many, released 11/16/2021. In this episode; Bob, Gary, Jesse, Scott, and Junior discuss "How Many" great Rock-n-Roll movies there have been over the decades. We are also joined by very special guest and frequent listener David K. Proctor. As always, lots of schtick and karaokes abound. Email: howmanypodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @howmanypodcast

The African History Network Show
Ahmaud Arbery was shot at close range; Prosecution Rests; Day 8 of Trial

The African History Network Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 110:00


Prosecution Rests; Ahmaud Arbery was shot at close range; Day 8 of Trial; Rev. Jesse Jackson in Court for 2nd Day; Legislation to resolve GI Bill racial inequities introduced by Rep. James Clyburn and Democrats; WWII Veteran, Sgt. Isaac Woodard was beaten a White Police Officer in 1946 fueling The Civil Rights Movement; The fight continues to pass the George Floyd Justice In Policing Act. - TheAHNShow with Michael Imhotep 11-16-21   Support The African History Network through Cash App @ https://cash.app/$TheAHNShow or PayPal @ TheAHNShow@gmail.com or http://www.PayPal.me/TheAHNShow or visit http://www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com and click on the yellow “Donate” button.

Indisputable with Dr. Rashad Richey
One Nation Under Flynn's God

Indisputable with Dr. Rashad Richey

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 50:01


Attorney in McMichaels case asked Jesse Jackson to be removed from the courtroom and wanted a mistrial due to the victim's crying mother. Michael Flynn Wants to Outlaw All Religions Except Christianity. O.J. Simpson fan denies his kiss attempt in awkward video. A Male-karen shouts the N-word and calls police on a Black woman in her own neighborhood. A ‘karen' at the theater yells her bad review in front of the whole audience. A church in ok threaten to call police on hispanic woman, accusing her of bringing drugs into church. A Baltimore police detective charged with assault, skipping bill at downtown strip club. What in the Red State Hell: Women at a dog park fight with a groundskeeper trying to do his job. Co-Host: Adrienne Lawrence See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

WCPT 820 AM
The Santita Jackson Show 11.16.21

WCPT 820 AM

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 98:43


On today's show, Santita begins with the #GoodNews, from Rev. Stephen Thurston II. After, Santita talks with Dwight Mckee, to discuss the Steve Bannon situation. Later in the show, Santita talks with Atty. CK Hoffler and Lena Taylor, to discuss the Kyle Rittenhouse and Ahmaud Arbery trials. In the second hour, Santita continues the conversation with Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr and LaKeshia Myers. To end the show, Santita talks with The Nation author, John Nichols.

AJC
11/16/21: Final vote completes redistricting of Georgia General Assembly… and more news

AJC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 2:39


Final vote completes redistricting of Georgia General Assembly; Attorney in Arbery case asks to have Jesse Jackson removed from court; Fulton authority to consider incentives for Ponce City Market expansion; Cops: Ambulance driver charged in fatal crash admitted using drugs, drinking alcohol

The African History Network Show
Rev. Jesse Jackson attends trial; Defense attorney tries to get him kicked out

The African History Network Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 114:00


Ahmaud Arbery Day 7: Rev. Jesse Jackson attends Ahmaud Arbery killing trial; Defense attorney tries to get him ejected.; Plessy vs. Ferguson 1896 U.S. Supreme Court that legalized Jim Crow Laws  - TheAHNShow with Michael Imhotep 11-15-21   Support The African History Network through Cash App @ https://cash.app/$TheAHNShow or PayPal @ TheAHNShow@gmail.com or http://www.PayPal.me/TheAHNShow or visit http://www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com and click on the yellow “Donate” button.

How Many Podcast
Bonus Episode - Bend and Scoop Crossover 2 (Junior Lopez)

How Many Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 87:32


This is a bonus episode of How Many released 10/08/21. It is a crossover with Bob's Bend and Scoop podcast with an ending interview with Junior Lopez. As always, lots of schtick and nut kicking ensues. Email: howmanypodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @howmanypodcast Twitter: @BendScoop

Gem Nation Radio
Rich Decisions

Gem Nation Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 102:41


We catch up on a lot on episode 49 as we recap on a few things: Jesse Jackson hospitalization, Henry Ruggs III, Kanye Drink Champs, Captain White's being removed, Missy Elliot's overdue Hollywood Star, The holiday szn! CFDA Award winners, Robert Sarver, ATL Braves, PSG women's soccer team, Insecure ep 1-3 recap, and Gems in businesses and events.  Enjoy!

Rusted Culture Podcast
Ahmaud Arbery trial defense lawyer: ”We don‘t want anymore black pastors” in the courtroom

Rusted Culture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 5:18


Kevin Gough, the attorney for the defense actually said that. Evidently he was mad because Ahmaud Arbery's family had asked for Rev. Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson to comfort them in the courtroom. The law in this looks clear folks, trials are a public matter and the family is free to choose whomever they wish to sit with them.. #AhmaudArbery

Jesse Lee Peterson Show Highlights
JLP on GLC | White Pastor Mike Banas (Archive)

Jesse Lee Peterson Show Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 55:21


ARCHIVE (circa 2003) Jesse interviews another white pastor Mike Banas of Mid-City Community Church in Midland, Texas. They discuss marriage, parents, salvation, race, and the need to tell the truth boldly. Pastor Mike Banas is married to a "great woman." He grew up with both parents but is more like his mother: overly critical at times. Jesse encourages him to overcome this by forgiving her. They then discuss salvation, peace, and Jesse's own story. Why don't white pastors love black people enough to tell them the truth? Racism is not the problem, but the lack of moral values. Which god do they worship? Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, and other false black leaders: Are they good or evil? Can you be born again and have fear? Lastly, we discuss man-woman relationships. What do men want? What is love? What do women want? Women need men to be strong. The Jesse Lee Peterson Show on God's Learning Channel (Program 37-38, runtime 55 mins) Jesse Lee Peterson hosted a show and made numerous appearances on God's Learning Channel between late 2002 and late 2005. TIME STAMPS 0:00 GLC: JLP 1:00 Pastor Mike Banas 1:58 Married a great woman 5:55 He's like his mother 7:50 How to overcome it 9:05 Salvation 12:28 Saved, but no peace? 13:53 Jesse's story 16:21 Are you racist? 20:11 Love with truth 24:13 Born again, not bold? 25:10 Jesse Jackson, good or evil? 27:52 CONTINUED: Black leaders 28:56 White ministers with fear 33:19 I have no fear 35:57 Black community's god 42:09 Man-woman relationships 50:07 Women hate weak men 53:52 Support BOND

Jesse Lee Peterson Show Highlights
JLP on GLC | Interview with a Woman Co-Pastor Jeanie Strickland

Jesse Lee Peterson Show Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 55:17


ARCHIVE (circa 2003) Jesse interviews a female co-pastor Jeanie Strickland. She talks about marriage troubles, alcoholism and cheating, and the death of close loved ones. They discuss telling the truth to blacks, women, mothers and parents, and whether Jesse Jackson and Bill Clinton are evil. Do white preachers love black Americans enough to tell them the truth? Forgiveness is the way to peace after family trauma. TIME STAMPS 0:00 GLC: JLP 0:38 Pastor Jeanie Strickland 5:14 What do women want? 7:55 Her marriage: husband died 9:46 Men dealing with women 11:35 Most men are weak 13:31 Would you remarry? 14:31 What's wrong with blacks? 18:31 Jesse Jackson, good or evil? 20:31 White preachers: judgment? 23:38 Pray for evil people? 25:28 Bill Clinton, good or evil? 26:38 Break. Coming up… 27:41 PART 2: Define judgment 29:23 Don't hate evil Bill Clinton 32:36 God hates adultery 34:21 Her late husband cheated 36:28 Concerned about feelings? 37:28 "Whites do it too" 40:29 "You hate women" 42:07 Dealing with her mother 43:31 Messed up families 46:21 Forgiveness is the way 49:25 How to find God 51:32 Do you have peace? 53:54 Support BOND The Jesse Lee Peterson Show on God's Learning Channel (Program 35-36, runtime 55 mins) Jesse Lee Peterson hosted a show and made numerous appearances on God's Learning Channel between late 2002 and late 2005.

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Rev. Jesse Jackson is back at Howard University to help the students improve their on campus living conditions. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Steve Harvey Morning Show
Sleeping President, Jay-Z and Dame, Jesse Jackson, Gap Band and more.

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 104:35


Good morning and welcome to the ride! Big Dog talks about his bus pass and almost a $1 trillion in payback to RW. The CLO knows toys and Shirley is shocked! We pray for the family of Gap Band Co-Founder Ronnie Wilson. Big Dog is guilty of doing a Joe Biden! The King gives us his Mount Rushmore of Comedy. Something bad happened in Las Vegas. Would You Rather had to do with looks or personality. Rev. Jesse Jackson is back at Howard University to help the students improve their on campus living conditions. Jay-Z and Dame spark an important business discussion. Today in Closing Remarks, Steve makes a reference to Bill Gates and his story. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Driven By with Sam Coates
The Mecca of Soul Food with Patrice and Jerry Thompson

Driven By with Sam Coates

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 124:15


My guests today are Patrice and Jerry Thompson. Patrice and her family own and operate the legendary Four Way Restaurant out of Memphis, TN. The Four Way attracts visitors from all over the world. In addition to being known for its famous soul food, the Four Way is also a place with rich history and significance. In this interview, you'll hear how Martin Luther King spent a lot of time at the Four Way during the civil rights movement. Additionally, this restaurant has seen guests such as Elvis Presley, Aretha Franklin, Ike and Tina Turner, The Reverend Jesse Jackson, and many more.    This interview is a great episode where you'll learn:   The Four Way is much more than only a restaurant. 75 years later, you can see the pride, the vision, and the sacrifice generations prior have made to get the Four Way to where it is today. Why the Four Way was a place of love and community during segregation and how it remains that way today The challenges of running a restaurant during a labor shortage and the Covid-19 pandemic. How they've learned to pivot and adapt to make it through Their vision for the future and how they want to see their once-booming area return to what it once was And much more!   Please enjoy this week's episode with Patrice and Jerry Thompson! Links: https://thefourway901.com/ https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/peace/1964/king/biographical/ https://www.graceland.com/about-elvis https://www.arethafranklin.net/ https://www.rockhall.com/inductees/ike-and-tina-turner https://www.britannica.com/biography/Jesse-Jackson

The Kevin Jackson Show
Ep. 21-427 - Democrat Relics

The Kevin Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 38:40


In this episode, Gruden debates suing the NFL over leaked emails. Jesse Jackson trips and falls while Biden sleeps at the climate summit. The lifespan of a career Democrat can only be compared to that of a cockroach.

Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
Howard University Blackburn Takeover

Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 39:48


Students at Howard University are protesting the living conditions in some campus dormitories, saying the mold, mice, flooding, and other subpar conditions are making students sick. So around 150 students have occupied Blackburn University Center on October 12th and have not left, demanding the school's administration address their concerns. Mark joined up with Rev. Jesse Jackson and Rev. Dr. WIlliam Barber to travel to the campus and speak with the students who have been organizing this protest effort. You'll hear from some of those students today, as well as their counsel, Attorney Donald Temple. Rev. Jesse Jackson and Rev. Barber also draws important connections to history to show how the protests the students are staging today are critical actions. *This episode was recorded on Sunday, Oct 31. Any references made to events/conversations happening “today” or “tonight” have now passed. Executive Producer: Adell Coleman Producer: Brittany Temple Distributor: DCP Entertainment For additional content: makeitplain.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Running is Cheaper Than Therapy
Success, Okay?! Despite Multiple No's With Kelsey Scott

Running is Cheaper Than Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 42:45


My guest Kelsey Scott is a fellow graduate of Florida A&M University, my line sister (we pledged Delta  Fall 93), and my friend.  I wanted to release this episode around the premiere of Insecure where she plays Felicia, another attorney who works with Molly at a  law firm.  Part of my podcast is to feature guests who have overcome obstacles to make it to their finish lines. Kelsey has done just that. She has an amazing story of triumph and literally reaching for the stars.  In this episode she shares her love for screen, working in Hollywood, the importance of fighting for your purpose, losing her mom, meeting the love of her life, and how movement is vital in her life.  You can't miss this episode!  Episode Highlights:  How she started her acting career Moving from local theatre to TV at a young age Studying at FAMU  Her favorite work as a screenwriter and how it changed her life Her role in Twelve Years A Slave Losing her mother, navigating pain while on the job Working with Viola Davis and her role in numerous hit-shows Her role in Insecure and her biggest lesson from working with Issa Rae The word  ‘NO' and why it shouldn't break your dreams  How she met her husband, their wedding and appearing on Essence Magazine What fitness means to her and how she stays active  Guest Bio Two-time Emmy-nominated actress and screenwriter Kelsey Scott began her career in the theatre scene of her hometown of Atlanta. Best known for her role as Anne Northup in the Oscar-winning Twlve Years A Slave and her two-season arc as Wes Gibbins' mother, Rose, on How to Get Away With Murder, her credits also include: Insecure, NCIS, Dynasty, and True Detective. She is a 2019 Daytime Emmy nominee for her Guest Star role on Giants. In 2017, she received a Primetime Emmy Nomination for her leading role on Fear the Walking Dead: Passage. On stage, Kelsey originated the role of Ann Madison in Pearl Cleage's political romance, "What I Learned in Paris". Additional stage credits showcase her work as a vocalist - with productions like "Once On This Island", "Little Shop of Horrors", "The Wiz" and a touring company of "Dreamgirls". As a public speaker, she has shared platforms with such accomplished individuals as Oprah Winfrey, Jesse Jackson, the late Maya Angelou, and departed political pioneer Shirley Chisholm. Kelsey penned the Sony Pictures thrillers Motives and Motives 2: Retribution. A former screenwriting professor, she consults for studio and private clients and continues to write commissioned scripts - in addition to shepherding her slate of original projects. Kelsey is a firm believer in the power of artistic expression as an avenue to personal and educational growth, and joins Ty Burrell as an Ambassador for Kids in the Spotlight - a non-profit organization that enlists professional filmmakers to train foster care youth to create, write, cast and star in their own short films. She also enjoys an ongoing relationship with WriteGirl, a non-profit, that matches professional women writers with teenage girls who would not otherwise have access to creative mentors.   Connect with Kelsey Scott Follow her on Instagram here Read Kelsey and Malik's  love story here What is Twelve  Years a Slave? Watch  here Watch Kelsey's interview with Chay Rodriguez here   Did you enjoy today's episode? Please subscribe and leave a review. If you have questions, comments, or possible show topics, email runningischeaperthantherapyolb@gmail.com. To subscribe and review use one links of the links below  Apple Spotify Google  Get a copy of the book  Running Is Cheaper Than Therapy: A Journey Back to Wholeness

Foundry UMC
Are We There Yet - Oct 31st, 2021

Foundry UMC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 22:53


“Are We There Yet?” A sermon preached by Rev. Ginger E. Gaines-Cirelli with Foundry UMC, October 31, 2021, the twenty-third Sunday after Pentecost. “Prepare the Table with Justice and Joy” series.    Texts: Psalm 23:1-3, Mark 12:28-34 We are taking our time on our journey through the 23rd Psalm. Two and a half verses have taken us 4 weeks and we'll get through the final three verses by Thanksgiving. Today, we are in the middle of the journey, verse 3b: “God leads me in right paths for His name's sake.”   We live in a culture that isn't always so good at taking our time. Waiting is generally not high on our “favorite things to do” lists. The path we tend to want is one that gets us where we are going as soon as possible. I think about how excited I am when my navigation app interrupts regularly-scheduled programming to announce I could save 4 minutes by taking a different route! Yes! Of course I want to do that!  I often wish God was more like my navigation app. I wish I could plug in my preferred destination in life and get not only turn-by-turn guidance, but an ETA. Over the course of the pandemic, I reflected much about the extreme disorientation caused by not knowing how long a thing is going to last. Early on it was how long do we have to stay in quarantine and when will there be a vaccine? Then how long until we can safely gather in worship? When will it be safe to sing without masks? How long until our children will finally be vaccinated? Added to that, of course, are the questions about when our nation might finally grow the collective moral spine to put into policy and practice the high ideals we profess in our words. How long will it take to not just talk about but truly live “liberty and justice for ALL?”    If God the good shepherd is leading us on a path, I want both the illustrated picture with turn-by-turn guidance AND an estimated time for when we'll reach the longed-for destination. Whether the uncertainty and waiting is related to pandemics or relationships or vocation or clarity of direction or spiritual growth or health or whatever, the not knowing how long is beyond difficult. …I hear my brother, sister, and me as children in the back seat on one of our many trips to Arkansas or Texas to see our grandparents—you know the refrain: Are we there yet? How much longer?   Where is God with the directions for how to accomplish what we're trying so hard to do and to get us to the finish line? Where is God with the time-saving option to get us where we want to be? Because we want to get there NOW.   Rabbi Harold Kushner says, “There is a story in the Talmud about the traveler who asks a child, ‘Is there a shortcut to such-and-such a village?' The child answers, ‘There is a shortcut that is long and a long way that is short.'” Kushner then shares that the Hebrew phrase in verse 3b is more complex than can be easily captured in translation. He says “right paths” “literally means ‘roundabout ways that end up in the right direction.'” So, as the child says, there may be shortcuts or “easier” paths to our destination, but they could end up taking longer, being harder, and costing more in the end.    I was curious about Kushner's translation of “right paths” and discovered that the Hebrew word translated “path” (בְמַעְגְּלֵי־—ma'aglei –mah-gaw lah) literally means a circumvallation, an entrenchment—or figuratively, a wagon track. And the word shows up in biblical stories as the “circle of the camp.” Some resources translate the word simply “in circles.” Kushner's nuanced Hebrew helps us understand that the “path” is not a straight line from point A to point B. It has a circular tendency, is a “roundabout way that ends up in the right direction.” It is “dug in”—not in the sense of stubbornness, but of being an intentional path, a worn path, a path with a purpose. //   Today we celebrate Holy Baptism. This is not the beginning of God's love in Lillian-Pierce's life, but it the beginning of an intentional journey as part of the Body of Christ, the church. It is the beginning of a life-long path, a long and winding road of learning and growing in God's love and grace. Every person's journey is deeply unique and the promise is that God is with each of us to guide us. Everything we go through from the highest joys to the experiences that, in the moment, we find unbearably painful, disappointing, or even dull are all things that shape and form us and can provide us with resources for living more wisely, with greater self-awareness, humility, and strength. Our commitment to one another as Foundry family is that, at every age and stage of our lives, all along the “roundabout” path of our lives, relationships and resources will be available to nurture, explore, and sustain our spiritual journey. No matter what.    And just as with any one person, every community of faith has its own unique twisty, turny journey of growth and development. For more than 207 years, through challenging seasons, moments of conflict or tension, big decision points, times of great change and times when it seemed nothing much was happening or we were just getting through—in and through all of that, God has been at work, guiding and calling and offering opportunities for the people of Foundry to be curious, to wonder, to wrestle with things, to learn and to grow as a congregation. Foundry Church has been in the midst of culture change for many recent years, seeking to be adaptive and responsive to the shifting landscape of the world, to the experiences of persons around us, and the needs of this generation of the Foundry family. To be a midwife of new life through culture change in congregations is the work God has given me again and again. The work is messy, surprising, and not accomplished in a day, a year, or even several. While there are signposts along the way for those who know where to look, culture change is a largely unmapped sojourn of unknown duration—often through wilderness places—where I inevitably join the chorus of God's people who've long cried, “How long, O Lord? Are we there yet??” As with our lives, the promise—and my personal experience—is that, when we truly seek God's guidance, the Good Shepherd, who is always at work in our midst, will bring us around to an experience of greater health and flourishing. God will get us where we need to go. There will likely be construction delays, accidents, and a variety of other things that will slow our roll to orange or red…but God will get us through.   It often feels or appears that things aren't moving or changing at all. The “circular tendency” of the “right path” can simply leave us feeling like we're going in circles, stuck in cycles that will never really change. Recently, I've heard more than one reaction to reading Chocolate City: A History of Race and Democracy in the Nation's Capital expressing some level of despair over the way that the more things change, the more they stay the same. And I remember a conversation with a close friend who expressed frustration that he seemed to be going in circles, thinking he had made some progress but then grappling with the very same issues over and over again.    The spiritual practice of traveling the labyrinth path is instructive here. The labyrinth is not a maze, a puzzle, or a trap, but are rather a continuous path that twists and turns, eventually leading to the center. There are no dead ends. It is a circular journey that continually invites you to meet yourself at the same place, yet not quite. It feels that you are going in circles as you find yourself meeting a familiar issue again, but with every revolution, the path is taking you deeper toward the center of the circle. Every revolution changes you because you have taken another turn. And even though you can't perceive it, you have come a long way. One of my mentors, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr., is good at reminding all of us that the challenges to achieving racial equity and justice are the same as always, but significant things have been achieved, things have changed, we are dealing with the same issues, but at a whole new level. With each revolution, we grow closer to the center we seek. //   It has been interesting to see how the Gospel passages from the lectionary have paired with our focus text from Psalm 23. Today, we receive from Jesus the words that give shape to Foundry's mission and vision, the words of the “great commandment”—to love God with all we are and to love our neighbor as ourselves. The center of the Gospel is simply this: love. The center into which God guides us “in roundabout ways” is love. The right path is love. Loving God and neighbor is not a short-term project or a simple, obstacle-free line from point A to point B. It is not without its wilderness places and unknowns, its conflicts and disappointments. Loving God and neighbor requires work and commitment, grace and forgiveness. It is the work of a lifetime, learning to love as God loves.   Are we there yet? By God's grace and with the guidance of the Good Shepherd, we are on the path of love, humility, compassion, mercy, and justice in our lives and as Foundry Church. And so, on that path, even when we don't know how long it will take or what to expect, we can receive with assurance the words spoken by Jesus to the scribe: You are not far from the Kin-dom of heaven.    Are we there yet? God, our shepherd, guides us on right paths…we are not far. So for God's sake, for our neighbors' lives, and our own, let's keep going.

AP Audio Stories
Jesse Jackson hospitalized after fall at Howard University

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 1:30


Jesse Lee Peterson Show Highlights
JLP on GLC | Black Christian Lady Agrees: Sharon Tucker (Ep. 33-34)

Jesse Lee Peterson Show Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 55:08


ARCHIVE (circa 2003) The Jesse Lee Peterson Show on God's Learning Channel: Jesse interviews a black Christian lady. Sharon from Big Springs had called-in to Al and Tommie Cooper's program Light of the Southwest when they had Jesse as a guest in April 2003. HEAR HER PRIOR PHONE CALL: JLP Returns to Light of the Southwest, God's Learning Channel (2003), Time stamp: 1:09:40 Jesse invited Sharon Tucker onto his show after her phone call. Here they discuss black men, black women, Jesse Jackson, Christian morals, and forgiveness. At first Sharon was put off by Jesse's message, thinking him bitter, pointed and hateful. But she stopped and listened, and realized he was right, and that she needed to hear the truth about herself. She talks about not living up to her aging mother's expectations, and how she's done with her own adult daughters. (Program 33-34, duration: 55 mins) TIME STAMPS 0:00 GLC: JLP 0:39 Intro: Sharon Tucker 1:48 Hearing the truth 6:37 Blacks and Jesse Jackson 11:08 Conflict with mother 15:42 Hate watchers 17:27 Forgive mother 21:28 Face to forgive 23:12 Black preachers 24:28 Black men 25:33 Her recommendation 27:14 PART 2: Sharon Tucker 28:31 Stereotyping Jesse 30:38 Black men and women 34:15 Women looking for love 36:22 Fear of father, fear of God 37:54 Forgiveness: Not a process 40:19 Preachers don't know God 45:15 What is forgiveness? 46:59 Talking about women 48:28 Who messes up children 53:05 Thank you! Jesse Lee Peterson hosted a show and made numerous appearances on God's Learning Channel between late 2002 and late 2005.

GLT's Sound Ideas
After march in Peru, congressman calls for federal investigation into Jelani Day's death

GLT's Sound Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 6:13


The family of Jelani Day and their supporters — including the Rev. Jesse Jackson — gathered in Peru, Ill., on Tuesday in hopes of pressuring law enforcement investigating Day's death.

Apollos Watered
Episode 9: Deep Conversation w/James Choung, Pt. 2-Revival, Relevance, & Remnant

Apollos Watered

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 61:06


Travis and James Choung discuss revival (in Word, deed, and power), the need and our pursuit of it, returning to our first love, truncated Gospel understandings, multi-ethnic church, the fading idea of relevance, and how our mindset should transition from ministering to the culture to ministering to the remnant. They discuss evangelism in a society that is increasingly post-Christian and who is equally if not more so trying to evangelize us, ministering to Gen Z, and how commitment is inversely related to meaning. James serves as Vice President of Strategy & Innovation — overseeing evangelism, discipleship, planting, growth, missions, multiethnic initiatives, and the Creative Labs — at http://www.intervarsity.org/ (InterVarsity Christian Fellowship USA). He is also infamous for doing a Jesse Jackson impersonation when he was in high school. You can learn more about him and his book, Longing for Revival, https://www.jameschoung.net/ (here).

Learning Is The New Working
Integrating Inclusion: It's light you want, not heat, w/Jesse Jackson, JPMorgan Chase

Learning Is The New Working

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 45:06


Sometimes you feel you're in the eye of the hurricane: so much is happening in terms of our wider society in terms of changing expectations, changing ways of working, changing life choices. Add the potentially explosive compound called ‘Diversity' into all this, and it can start to feel a little hot in here. But, advises this week's special guest and DEIB and L&D expert practitioner Jesse Jackson, CLO for JPMorgan Chase with a special focus on the Wall St's giant's consumer community banking business: when it comes to getting DEIB right, it's not heat you want: it's light. This is a really fascinating chance to find out from a person deep in the midst of all the changes we're talking about, but also deep in a blue-chip financial services firm that always has to see things in terms of achievable ROI. We'll let you decide if you agree that's what Jesse's achieving: us, we're hunkering down in the place where it's always the most interesting… that hurricane's eye. Because that's where change happens.

How Many Podcast
Episode 127 - Deaths of 2021 Part 2

How Many Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 59:17


This is the 127th episode of How Many, released 10/11/2021. In this episode; Bob, Gary, Jesse, Scott, and Junior discuss "How Many" significant deaths occurred from May to August of 2021. As always, lots of schtick and karaoke abound.  Part 1 found here. Email: howmanypodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @howmanypodcast

The Sarah Silverman Podcast
E55 Plastics Surgery, Jesse Jackson, LA

The Sarah Silverman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 44:00


Plastic surgery -- are you for or against it? Sarah shares her feelings on the subject, and brings to light a unique analogy that may make you see it differently.  Sarah takes calls from a woman looking to cheat on her husband, and another who is dealing with an insensitive sister-in-law. Has Sarah ever hated someone's face and has she watched porn with Rory? These are questions asked, so listen to find out!  Leave Sarah a voicemail: https://www.kastmedia.com/MessageSarah Please support our sponsors: Give yourself the comfort refresh you deserve and get it for less at Brooklinen. Visit https://www.Brooklinen.com and use promo code SarahS to get $20 off, with a minimum purchase of $100. The Way Out is a groundbreaking book that introduces a new mind-body approach to healing chronic pain. Check it out wherever books are sold. If your hair is in need of a reset, it needs OUAI Detox Shampoo. Go to https://www.theouai.com and use code SARAH to get 15% off your entire purchase. Headspace is your daily dose of mindfulness in the form of guided meditations in an easy-to-use app. Visit https://www.headspace.com/Silverman for a free one-month trial with with access to  Headspace's full library of meditations for every situation. Follow Sarah on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/sarahkatesilverman and on Twitter at https://twitter.com/SarahKSilverman. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

How Many Podcast
Episode 126 - Dallas Cowboys Week 4 Report

How Many Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 30:41


This is the 126th episode of How Many, released 10/6/2021. In this episode; Bob, Gary, Jesse, Scott, and Junior review the Cowboys performance 4 weeks into the season and make a few public apologies. Email: howmanypodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @howmanypodcast

Everyday Conversations on Race for Everyday People
Episode 83: Changing American Companies from the Top Down,

Everyday Conversations on Race for Everyday People

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 58:05


In this conversation on race, journalist Tony Chapelle joins me to talk about getting more women and people of color on corporate boards. Tony Chapelle, has recently retired after 36 years, as a business news reporter and producer. In his career, he has interviewed CEOs and corporate executives, and  moderated panel discussions with corporate board directors of Fortune 1000 companies. Tony, has been interviewed more than 60 times for his insights on African Americans in business by the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, CNN, CNBC, Fox Business channel. As an African American and as a journalist, Tony has been involved with efforts to bring more people of color on corporate boards which have been overwhelmingly white. “African Americans, other racial minorities, and white people of goodwill have tried almost every tactic known to man to effect racial justice in this country. In the more than 100-year evolution of the fight for equal opportunity, one of the most intractable excuses that we hear in the workplace is that a particular corporation would love to hire more Black folks, “If only we could find those who are qualified.” On its surface, this seems to be a plausible rationale for not having people of color in the corporate workforce. But highly-qualified Blacks, Latinos, and Asians are out there in great numbers including those who could sit on the boards of directors at companies where they could make the great decisions and changes that would alter corporations from the top down. “ Key topics: • How corporate boards run corporations, and influence decisions made by organizations and governments that impact our everyday lives • How companies can decide whether they're going to be good citizens, whether they're going to be profiteers, or whether they're going to just do as little as possible to be viewed as doing the right thing • The isolation of being the only Black person on national news networks and having to deal with constant racism • Why Tony Chapelle founded a newsletter for Black people on wall street • Why it's critical to this country and the world to get more people of color, women, and LGBTQ people on corporate boards • How climate change activists have gotten people on corporate boards • How and why created a directory of people of color, women, and LGBTQ people who are highly qualified to sit on corporate boards • Disproving the fallacy that there are not enough qualified POC, women, and LGBTQ to sit on boards • Which corporate leaders are bringing people POC, women, and LGBTQ to their corporate boards   Bio Tony Chapelle recently retired after 36 years as a business news reporter and producer. For the past 20 years, he has interviewed CEOs and corporate executives, and has moderated panel discussions with corporate board directors at Fortune 1,000 companies. Chapelle has been interviewed more than 60 times for his insights on African Americans in business by The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, CNN, CNBC, Fox Business Channel, and a host of other news agencies. He worked his entire career in New York as a staffer at the Financial Times publication Agenda, CNN, Thomson Financial, and Johnson Publishing. In addition, he freelanced  and he and his wife published a newsletter called Securities Pro for blacks on Wall Street. He also was the national editor for Jesse Jackson's newsletter for his Wall Street Project, which aimed to get corporate America to collaborate with Black companies. Chapelle graduated from the Columbia University School of Journalism in 1984.

The Thought Leader Revolution Podcast | 10X Your Impact, Your Income & Your Influence
EP299: Thought Leader Nuggets #25 - The Great Patriot Protest - Wayne Allyn Root

The Thought Leader Revolution Podcast | 10X Your Impact, Your Income & Your Influence

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 24:20


“We must, indeed, all hang together or, most assuredly, we shall all hang separately.” - Benjamin Franklin   This is where The Thought Leader Revolution meets Politicrossing. Nicky Billou and Wayne Allyn Root have joined forces to co-author The Great Patriot Protest and Boycott Book. Both men stand for freedom, free expression, and free enterprise, and they're rallying against the forces that are determined to destroy these things.   This impassioned conversation highlights puppet presidents, the second amendment, and going on the offensive against corrupt corporate giants that abuse their power to threaten freedom.   In this episode, you'll learn: Inspiration to tools to defend freedom and country. Steps to stop mega corporations from playing politics. How to protect those who protect us: the Police, Military, Firemen, Nurses, Corrections Officers…   Wayne Root, aka, Mr. Relentless, was the 2008 US libertarian party vice president candidate, he is the CEO of a major Las Vegas gambling establishment, he has a top rated conservative radio and podcast show, and he is a best selling author. To learn more about Wayne, go to https://wayneroot.com/. You can find the The Great Patriot Protest and Boycott Book at https://rootforamerica.com/. On Amazon.  And on Barnes & Noble. You can find Nicky's book, The Thought Leader's Journey, on Amazon. Visit eCircleAcademy.com and book a success with call Nicky to take your practice to the next level.

The Skip and Josh Podcast
Bonus Episode - Favorite cover songs with Jesse Jackson

The Skip and Josh Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 85:29


In this bonus cross over episode the guys countdown their favorite cover songs as guests on the Set Lusting Bruce Podcast with Jesse Jackson. Additional links that were discussed in this episode: Set Lusting Bruce: The Bruce Springsteen Podcast Follow us on Twitter or Facebook

KGO 810 Podcast
September 20, 2021 - Bill Maher: Live on Stage - Tickets On Sale Now!

KGO 810 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 21:04


Tickets on sale now! Live comedy is back! Bill Maher, host of HBO's smash hit Real Time, is returning to the Bay Area with an all-new stand-up comedy show this fall. Maher will bring his special brand of political humor to Marin Center in San Rafael on September 25 for an unforgettable evening of comedy. The last time Maher was here to take the stage in November 2016, The New York Times reported he had a drink in hand “to calm his nerves” following the election of Donald Trump. Now after one of the craziest years in modern history and fresh out from pandemic restrictions, Maher is especially keen to share his razor-sharp political wit on a variety of hot topics with a live audience again in what is sure to be one of the most talked about comedy shows of 2021. For more than twenty-five years, Bill Maher has set the boundaries of where funny, political talk can go on American television. First on Politically Incorrect (Comedy Central, ABC, 1993-2002), and for the last nineteen years on HBO's Real Time, Maher's combination of unflinching honesty and big laughs have garnered him 41 Emmy nominations. Maher won his first Emmy in 2014 as executive producer for the HBO series, VICE. In October of 2008, this same combination was on display in Maher's uproarious and unprecedented swipe at organized religion, Religulous, directed by Larry Charles (Borat). In addition to his television program – which has featured such visitors as President Barack Obama, Vice President Joseph Biden, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Howard Stern, Barbra Streisand, Kerry Washington, Michael Steele, Megyn Kelly, Ronan Farrow, Howard Dean, Michael Moore, Eva Longoria, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Jim Carrey, Gen. Wesley Clark, Susan Sarandon, Gary Hart and Pat Buchanan – Maher has written five bestsellers: True Story, Does Anybody Have a Problem with That? Politically Incorrect's Greatest Hits, When You Ride Alone, You Ride with Bin Laden, New Rules: Polite Musings from a Timid Observer, and The New New Rules: A Funny Look at How Everybody But Me Has Their Head Up Their Ass. Maher started his career as a stand-up comedian in 1979, and still performs at least fifty dates a year in Las Vegas and in sold out theaters all across the country. Bill has also been recognized with numerous Emmy nominations for his stand-up specials for HBO. He's done 11 solo specials for the premium cable channel including, Bill Maher: Be More Cynical (2000), I'm Swiss (2005), Bill Maher … But I'm Not Wrong (2010), and his most recent, Bill Maher: Live From Oklahoma (2018). Maher was born in New York City, raised in River Vale, N.J. and went to Cornell University. He now resides in Los Angeles. * Proof of COVID-19 vaccinations and face masks are required. This show will include mature subject matter. There is no opening act. Show will start promptly at 8:00 P.M. Official Artist Website: www.billmaher.com Official Artist Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Maher Official Artist Twitter: https://twitter.com/billmaher See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Pat Thurston Show Podcast
September 20, 2021 - Bill Maher: Live on Stage - Tickets On Sale Now!

The Pat Thurston Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 21:04


Tickets on sale now! Live comedy is back! Bill Maher, host of HBO's smash hit Real Time, is returning to the Bay Area with an all-new stand-up comedy show this fall. Maher will bring his special brand of political humor to Marin Center in San Rafael on September 25 for an unforgettable evening of comedy. The last time Maher was here to take the stage in November 2016, The New York Times reported he had a drink in hand “to calm his nerves” following the election of Donald Trump. Now after one of the craziest years in modern history and fresh out from pandemic restrictions, Maher is especially keen to share his razor-sharp political wit on a variety of hot topics with a live audience again in what is sure to be one of the most talked about comedy shows of 2021. For more than twenty-five years, Bill Maher has set the boundaries of where funny, political talk can go on American television. First on Politically Incorrect (Comedy Central, ABC, 1993-2002), and for the last nineteen years on HBO's Real Time, Maher's combination of unflinching honesty and big laughs have garnered him 41 Emmy nominations. Maher won his first Emmy in 2014 as executive producer for the HBO series, VICE. In October of 2008, this same combination was on display in Maher's uproarious and unprecedented swipe at organized religion, Religulous, directed by Larry Charles (Borat). In addition to his television program – which has featured such visitors as President Barack Obama, Vice President Joseph Biden, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Howard Stern, Barbra Streisand, Kerry Washington, Michael Steele, Megyn Kelly, Ronan Farrow, Howard Dean, Michael Moore, Eva Longoria, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Jim Carrey, Gen. Wesley Clark, Susan Sarandon, Gary Hart and Pat Buchanan – Maher has written five bestsellers: True Story, Does Anybody Have a Problem with That? Politically Incorrect's Greatest Hits, When You Ride Alone, You Ride with Bin Laden, New Rules: Polite Musings from a Timid Observer, and The New New Rules: A Funny Look at How Everybody But Me Has Their Head Up Their Ass. Maher started his career as a stand-up comedian in 1979, and still performs at least fifty dates a year in Las Vegas and in sold out theaters all across the country. Bill has also been recognized with numerous Emmy nominations for his stand-up specials for HBO. He's done 11 solo specials for the premium cable channel including, Bill Maher: Be More Cynical (2000), I'm Swiss (2005), Bill Maher … But I'm Not Wrong (2010), and his most recent, Bill Maher: Live From Oklahoma (2018). Maher was born in New York City, raised in River Vale, N.J. and went to Cornell University. He now resides in Los Angeles. * Proof of COVID-19 vaccinations and face masks are required. This show will include mature subject matter. There is no opening act. Show will start promptly at 8:00 P.M. Official Artist Website: www.billmaher.com Official Artist Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Maher Official Artist Twitter: https://twitter.com/billmaher See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Church with Jesse Lee Peterson
09/23/12 What Happened to Our Resistance to Evil? (Archive)

Church with Jesse Lee Peterson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 60:52


Evil has no resistance in the outside world or in our own lives. Seek first the Kingdom of God; examine yourself. BOND Archive Sunday Service, September 23, 2012: Jesse Lee Peterson references a story from Thomas in which Jesus answers a question about "the End" with a reference to "the Beginning." Jesse also talks about the Women's Forum, where women are honest about themselves. Did Chick-fil-A cave to the radicals? Prop B: Adult film stars want their paraphernalia subsidized. Evil has no resistance — neither in the public square nor in our personal lives. Some women relate in judging their husbands' handling of their children. Men and women are different. Rev. Al Sharpton, Rev. Jesse Jackson, and others came out in support of "same-sex marriage" in Maryland! In the last several minutes, Jesse gives a monologue at-length about the ego, with some follow-up at the end. TIME STAMPS 0:00 Sun, Sep 23, 2012 1:26 Thomas: end vs beginning 6:00 No end, no beginning 12:02 Seek first the Kingdom 13:23 Women's Forum: Honesty 16:19 Q: Evil per professor 19:42 Mary caught herself 21:23 Chick-fil-A caves, or no? 25:15 Prop B: Adult film stars 26:56 Evil has no resistance 28:17 Same with our own lives 30:02 Learning about Jesus 32:18 A wife and mother 40:41 Another relates 42:10 Men not like women 44:39 Pro-gay Sharpton, Jackson 51:03 JLP on the ego 58:24 Follow-up 1:00:16 Support BOND BLOG POST and PODCAST: https://rebuildingtheman.com/09-23-12-what-happened-to-our-resistance-to-evil-archive Throwback Sunday Services premiere on BOND YouTube channel Wednesdays at 4 PM US Pacific Time (7 PM ET). Church with Jesse Lee Peterson, Sunday 11 AM Pacific Time at BOND in Los Angeles, California, USA - http://rebuildingtheman.com/church SILENT PRAYER: http://silentprayer.video | AUDIO https://soundcloud.com/rebuildingtheman/silent-prayer

How Many Podcast
Bonus Episode - Set Lusting Bruce Crossover (Gary Grant)

How Many Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 75:38


Here is a Set Lusting Bruce crossover episode where How Many cohost Gary Grant (@travel_cowboy) joins Jesse Jackson (@jessejacksonDFW) to talk Led Zeppelin, Guns N Roses and other fun topics.    Email: howmanypodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @howmanypodcast Twitter: @setlustingbruce

How Many Podcast
Episode 125 - 2021 Dallas Cowboys Preview

How Many Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 21:21


This is the 125th episode of How Many, released 9/8/2021. In this episode; Bob, Gary, Jesse, Scott, and Junior take a look at Hard Knocks and the upcoming Cowboys season to determine "How Many" wins they may end up with. Email: howmanypodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @howmanypodcast

All Love No Fear Podcast

Welcome to Season 4: Episode 21 of the All Love No Fear Podcast hosted by KayBee & Metapoetic. In this episode we talk about the conversation around effeminizing the Black man. If you have questions or topic suggestions for us, email us at  alllovenofearpcast@gmail.com.  Patreon : www.patreon.com/alllovenofear (27:16) Main Topic: The “Effeminization” of Black Men; (1:08:02) Artist Spotlight: Tems “Damages”; (1:13:13) TWIR: Cardi B and Offset welcome a son; Elijah McClain killers arrested; Mexico...come get Texas right neowwww; RIP to those lost in Ida floods; Jesse Jackson and wife recovering; RIP Jean-Pierre Adams who was in a coma for 39 years; Drake with the finesse and the 3 Stacks verse leak; Sloane Stephens receives death threats after US Open lossNew Music: Drake “Certified Lover Boy”, Usain Bolt “Country Yutes”, Lady Gaga “Donda”Remember to register for updates at alllovenofearpcast.com. Artist Info: https://www.instagram.com/temsbaby/?hl=en Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Jesse Lee Peterson Show Highlights
JLP on GLC | Young Ministers: Bill and Ronald Taylor (Archive)

Jesse Lee Peterson Show Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 55:05


ARCHIVE (circa 2003) The Jesse Lee Peterson Show on God's Learning Channel: Jesse interviews young black brothers Elder Billy Taylor, 18, and Minister Ronald Taylor, 16. They discuss preaching, prayer and fasting, relating to other young black males, temptation, anger, Rev. Jesse Jackson, and parents. (Program 29-30) TIME STAMPS 0:00 GLC: JLP 0:39 Welcome to JLP 1:00 Bill and Ronald Taylor 5:14 Preaching, prayer, fasting 6:58 Young black males 13:36 Racism? 16:47 Greatest temptation? 20:09 Anger? 22:30 Head of the home? 25:55 View of adults 27:10 Part 2 with guests 29:13 Young people sinners? 31:02 Jesse Jackson 41:15 Parents 48:51 What's important? 53:30 Thanks for watching!

Workplace Stories by RedThread Research
Integrating Inclusion: Creating light, not heat, w/Jesse Jackson, JPMorgan Chase

Workplace Stories by RedThread Research

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 43:01


Sometimes you feel you're in the eye of the hurricane: so much is happening in terms of our wider society in terms of changing expectations, changing ways of working, changing life choices. Add the potentially explosive compound called ‘Diversity' into all this, and it can start to feel a little hot in here. But, advises this week's special guest and DEIB and L&D expert practitioner Jesse Jackson, CLO for JPMorgan Chase with a special focus on the Wall St's giant's consumer community banking business: when it comes to getting DEIB right, it's not heat you want: it's light. This is a really fascinating chance to find out from a person deep in the midst of all the changes we're talking about, but also deep in a blue-chip financial services firm that always has to see things in terms of achievable ROI. We'll let you decide if you agree that's what Jesse's achieving: us, we're hunkering down in the place where it's always the most interesting… that hurricane's eye. Because that's where change happens.

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
6th Anniversary reissue - Meet the host Jesse Jackson

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 48:55


September is the 6th anniversary of the first episode of Set Lusting Bruce.  Let's jump into the TARDIS, the Wayback Machine, the Delorian, the Time Tunnel or even the Hot Tub Time Machine and listen to the very first episode of Set Lusting Bruce. Please email me at Setlustingbruce@gmail.com & give me suggestions on what you want to see during the anniversary month. 

All Love No Fear Podcast
I Will Not Pay

All Love No Fear Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 100:17


Welcome to Season 4: Episode 20 of the All Love No Fear Podcast hosted by KayBee & Metapoetic. In this episode we talk about wedding etiquette and our thoughts on invoicing no-shows. If you have questions or topic suggestions for us, email us at alllovenofearpcast@gmail.com.  Patreon : www.patreon.com/alllovenofear (20:36) Main Topic: Invoicing No-Show Wedding Guests (46:24) Artist Spotlight: Tiwa Savage “Somebody Son” feat. Brandy (53:32) TWIR: Sha'Carri returns to track; Kanye has a 3rd listening party and finally releases Donda. many artists are upset with Ye; Where's Chance the Rapper; R.Kelly trial is underway; Tony Hawk and Lil Nas X- the hypocrisy around use of blood in products; ATL 2 is in the works; Prayers up for Jesse Jackson and his wife as they battle COVID-19; RIP Chadwick Boseman and Happy Birthday Michael JacksonNew Music: Rotimi. “All or Nothing”, Westside Gunn “Hitler Wears Hermes 8”, Kanye West “Donda”Remember to register for updates at alllovenofearpcast.com. Artist Info: https://www.instagram.com/tiwasavage/?hl=en Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Foundry UMC
Unwashed, Unmasked, Unbothered? - August 29th, 2021

Foundry UMC

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 27:17


“Unwashed, Unmasked, Unbothered?” A sermon preached by Rev. Ginger E. Gaines-Cirelli with Foundry UMC, August 29, 2021, the fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost.     Mark 7:1-8, 14-15, 21-23 “Is it bad to be really ticked off at people who won't mask or get vaccinated?” I received this text several weeks ago from a member of the Foundry family. And, since then, I've received versions of the same question again and again. Headlines proliferate about the appalling behavior of citizens in school board and city council meetings and clashes between parents, teachers, and governors about the use of masks. And of course there are countless personal stories of church and family strife caused by the divides around vaccination, masking, and other public health protocols related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The accounts I'm reading, and receiving about what some folks are saying and doing really make it seem like we're experiencing some kind of collective mental break—because either I'm losing my faculties of reason and proportion or a whole bunch of my siblings are. Other common headlines these days highlight the stories of outspoken anti-vax, anti-mask advocates suffering and dying from the virus. And data points like: “About 99% of deaths today are people who did not get vaccinated. Patients dying in hospitals are telling loved ones they regret not getting the vaccine.”  But of course any of these last points can and have been brushed off as inaccurate or hyperbole. One article I read chronicled the author's effort to understand the reasoning of her brother who refuses to get vaccinated. What she receives seems reflective of much of what I've heard elsewhere. At the heart of it all, is lack of trust. Many people: Don't trust the actual vaccine (side effects and breakthrough cases) Don't trust the messengers (politicized–FDA a government organization could have been pressured to approve) Don't trust the data (unvaccinated passing to children? Children COVID data vs. other risks… the continued mutations…CDC wrong on a lot?) The lack of trust is understandable since blatant misinformation has been allowed to spread unchecked all over social media from the start. Also, at the beginning of the pandemic, the former president downplayed the severity of the virus, decided to make masks a symbol of “liberal” oppression instead of a time-tested deterrent against dangerous infectious disease, and treated public health scientists who have decades of faithful service under their belt as if they are the enemy. The reaction—perhaps “overreaction”—from the other side of the aisle to shut and keep most everything shut down, whether it was well-intentioned or not, did its own damage to lives and livelihoods. A headline from the Brookings Institution last September summed up a key point, namely that “Politics is wrecking America's pandemic response.” Alongside these concerns is the reality that, as one scholar puts it, “If you aren't white, you know a history that may make you weary about what the medical sector may be telling you to do.” For those who may not know that history, “The medical establishment has a long history of mistreating Black Americans — from gruesome experiments on enslaved people to the forced sterilizations of Black women and the infamous Tuskegee syphilis study that withheld treatment from hundreds of Black men for decades to let doctors track the course of the disease…” More recent “studies have found Black Americans are consistently undertreated for pain relative to white patients; one revealed half of medical students and residents held one or more false beliefs about supposed biological differences between Black and white patients.”  Vaccine hesitancy among people of color is understandable due to these factors, though both Dr. Anthony Fauci and Rev. Jesse Jackson have used their platforms to make sure the public knows a leading researcher and developer for the vaccine at the National Institutes of Health is immunologist and professor, Dr. Kizzmekia Corbett, an African American woman.  My intention today is not to name all the dynamics of the debacle that is the American public's response to COVID—as if that would be possible. But I do want to at least acknowledge some of the issues in the mix. And, as is most often the case, there's much more than one narrative at play.  What does our narrative from the Gospel according to Mark have to add to all this? These days, when there is an encounter between Jesus and the Pharisees in the text, I often turn to my Rabbi—friend and colleague Steve Weisman of Temple Solel in Bowie, MD—to receive insight. What he confirmed for me is that much of the purity ritual referred to in the Torah has to do with the “order” of things in creation and with boundaries that allow for clarity of identity and relationship. Rabbi Steve says that the purity stuff in the Bible is about “teaching the ability to self-limit, so as not to risk getting ‘out of our lane' in our relationship to and with God, and respecting the sanctity of Creation and Creator. Your offerings had to be pure, you yourself had to be ritually pure to bring them; in caring for the rest of creation, if we killed something to eat, we had a responsibility not to waste any of it…” This was a good reminder for me. The original idea for washing things was to acknowledge our need to present our best to God and to honor and care for one another and all creation. Embedded in the “law” was a call for self-discipline and reverence. You might even say that purification rituals began as a way to practice loving God and neighbor as ourselves.  In our story today, Jesus is asked by some Pharisees and scribes why some of his disciples were eating without observing the religious tradition of washing their hands. Jesus takes the opportunity to teach, drawing on a common prophetic refrain and specifically using words from Isaiah 29:13—“This people honors me with their lips (“you're talking the talk”), but their hearts are far from me (but not “walking the walk”).” The NRSV translation of the passage in Isaiah continues, “and their worship of me is a human commandment learned by rote.” The issue seems to be that a spiritual practice of washing (not a bad thing in itself), a practice meant to draw people closer to God—can easily become a repetitive “going through the motions” that doesn't touch the heart.  Jesus highlights the way that you can be “clean” on the outside but filled with things in your heart that are “defiling.” Oh, and check this out: the word for “defiling” is κοινόω, koinoó, which literally means “to make common,” and more nuanced, “to treat what is sacred as common or ordinary.” So the “stock list” of “defiling things” in verses 21-22 are simply things that don't honor the sacred worth of God, self, others, and the creation. What defiles is that which does harm. So what does any of this have to say to our current moment?  Well, our text speaks to how a good thing can get twisted and used in a harmful way. Just as a spiritual discipline meant to inspire reverence and care can become a tool of judgment and exclusion, so can a cherished civic value like “liberty” become used as cover for the worst kind of exclusion and dishonoring the sacred worth of others. Liberty—or freedom—is a beautiful God-given gift. It's also a God-given responsibility. We have choices about how we use our freedom. Scripture says “for freedom Christ has set us free.” (Gal 5:1a) But Christ doesn't set us free to do anything we want. You're not set free so you can be a jerk. And that goes for whoever you are, whatever your politics, whatever your position on anything.  Of course, right now people are using their freedom to be jerks in all kinds of ways. Jerkiness is equal-opportunity and non-partisan! AND there are those who claim their freedom is being assaulted by things like mask mandates for their children or vaccine requirements at their workplaces or physical distancing in public spaces. And I suppose that, technically, these folks' freedom to do whatever they want, including putting others in harm's way, is challenged by such mandates and requirements. These same (mostly white) people want to control all sorts of other things that curtail the freedom of others. So what does that tell us about their intentions?  What is the freedom we are given in Jesus Christ? Freedom from sin—from that which defiles, from that which does harm to others and to creation. We are set free to live fully in God's grace and to participate in God's way of love and justice. Notice in verse 8 of our text today, Jesus says, “You abandon the commandment of God…” That's the danger. We know the great commandment: to love God with heart, soul, mind, and strength, and to love our neighbor as ourselves.  The freedom we receive in Jesus Christ does not mean that “anything goes.” There are concrete practices that help form us in ways of self-discipline and reverence of God. There are boundaries that help us “stay in our lane” of right relationship with God and others. These are called “Christian ethics”—the way that love gets worked out in community. Love in community looks like justice, it looks like solidarity, it looks like communal support, sacrifice for the common good, compromise, collaboration, compassion, humility, mutuality, care, and personal and communal responsibility. The late pastor and prophet William Sloane Coffin said, “let others say, ‘Anything goes.' The Christian asks, ‘What does love require?' In short, we have come up with love as an answer to legalism on the one hand and lawlessness on the other. Love hallows individuality. Love consecrates and never desecrates personality. Love demands that all our actions reflect a movement toward and not away from nor against each other. And love insists that all people assume their responsibility for all their relations.”  If any would claim to be followers of Jesus, then do what love requires. Right now there are people dying of treatable ailments because they couldn't get admitted to the hospitals overrun with mostly unvaccinated COVID patients. Our own Pastor Will's vaccinated, 84 year old confirmation mentor died recently in Arkansas in just such a scenario. The closest available hospital bed was evidently in Plano, TX.  There are pastors being treated like public enemy #1 and run out of their churches because they have been consistent and insistent about safety protocols. There are increasing numbers of children contracting the virus. There are expired vaccines being thrown out because not enough people are receiving them. There is a threat of continued transmission or mutations of the virus that become increasingly contagious and difficult to treat. And consistently, public health experts affirm that vaccination, masking, distancing, and getting tested at the first sign of any symptoms are the best ways to contain the virus and get the pandemic under control. These practices allow us to be out and about without doing harm.  From the beginning, we at Foundry have said that we will prioritize health and safety, honor the science, and be guided by public health experts. We've also consistently stated that wearing masks, distancing, quarantining when necessary, and getting vaccinated as able are all concrete ways that we love our neighbor as ourselves. I understand there are some for whom family dynamics or deep fear continue to present obstacles. Please know that your pastors are here to listen, think things through and pray with you. I'm also aware that there are those whose reactions to our stance will be dismissive at best, violently angry at worst. Which brings to mind the punchline of a favorite story I was told many years ago: When a “grandmotherly” type pastor was serving a small congregation and a gay couple wanted to join, some longtime members crashed the next Church Council meeting to protest. After the spokesperson had said his piece about blocking the couple from participation, the pastor who looked and acted like she could be everyone's smart, sassy, not-having-any-of-your-foolishness grandmother simply responded, “Oh Roger, that's not nice. Sit down and act like a Christian.” It's not a line I generally imagine I'll ever get away with. But it does occur to me from time to time. It occurs to me a lot these days. And today, I'm saying it outloud for whomever may need to hear it: For the love of God, neighbor, self, and all that is holy: wash your hands, get the vaccine (if and when you can), mask up, and—no matter where you find yourself in the mix—act like a Christian.  https://foundryumc.org/archive

Fringe Radio Network
RYANORADIO Media- ROR Mornings With Ryan O Neal

Fringe Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 179:17


Margarita Monday - Cash App- $Ryanoradio- JC Sports- WWE Summerslam -Brock is Back - AEW Rampage - CM Punk- Imapct Wrestling Results- COVID-19 - Trump Booed in Alabama- Rev. Jesse Jackson in the Hosptial for COVID-19- Pastor in Zamba Dead After Being Buried Alive - More

Coronavirus 4 1 1  podcast
Coronavirus, COVID-19, coronavirus variants, and vaccine updates for 8-23-2021

Coronavirus 4 1 1 podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 5:27


This is Coronavirus 411, the latest COVID-19 info and new hotspots… Just the facts… for August 23rd, 2021. By the time you hear this podcast, the Moderna vaccine may have full FDA approval. And that's going to likely result in many more vaccine mandates from businesses, municipalities, education facilities, venues, etc. Why? Because it removes some of the risk of successful legal challenges. The FDA has been conducting months of additional safety and efficacy data on the vaccines. Not to be forgotten amidst all the talk of vaccines are treatments. Regeneron's antibody cocktail, which has emergency use authorization from the FDA, treats symptoms in patients at high risk of developing severe symptoms. And the demand for it is going way up. In July, orders were for about 25,000 doses per week. Now it's up to 125,000 per week. It's a mix of two antibodies that bind to the spike protein of the virus, blocking it from infecting healthy cells. The Rev. Jesse Jackson, and his wife, Jacqueline, are hospitalized in Chicago and are reportedly “responding positively to treatments” for COVID-19. Jesse Jackson is 79, and his wife is 77. He has been diagnosed with Parkinson's. He had been vaccinated. If you think Mississippi has been lax in responding to the pandemic, check this out. A new order went out saying anyone infected must isolate for 10 days or face possible misdemeanor or even felony charges. A misdemeanor would get you a $500 fine, 6 months in prison or both. But since the coronavirus is life-threatening, you could be charged with a felony punishable by a fine of up to $5,000 or 5 years imprisonment, or both. If you've ever wondered why people believe in conspiracy theories, one new study says it's either from fear or for fun. The study published in the British Journal of Psychology says actively participating in a conspiracy give those who feel powerless a feeling they're taking some kind of action. Or, conspiratorial content was found to elicit “stronger entertainment appraisals and intense emotions.” Meaning conspiracies are exciting and give people a rush. In the United States cases were up 36%, deaths are up 95%, and hospitalizations are up 43% over 14 days. The 7-day average of new cases has been trending up since July 5. There are 7,427,282 active cases in the United States. Keeping in mind several states stopped reporting daily case numbers, the five states with the most new cases: California 6,222. New York 4,047. Arizona 3,307. Texas 3,271. And Ohio 2,194. The top 10 counties with the highest number of recent cases per capita according to The New York Times: Cook, GA. Nome Census Area, AK. Dimmit, TX. Clarke, MS. George, MS. Hancock, MS. Berrien, GA. Tift, GA. Wayne, MS. And Neshoba, MS. There have been at least 628,499 deaths in U.S. recorded as Covid-related. The top 3 vaccinating states by percentage of population that's been fully vaccinated: Vermont at 67.2%, Massachusetts unchanged at 65%, and Maine at 64.9%. The bottom 3 vaccinating states are Alabama at 35.9%, Mississippi unchanged at 36.2%, and Wyoming at 37.7%. The percentage of the U.S. that's been fully vaccinated is 51.1%. The 5 countries with the largest recent 24-hour increase in the number of fully vaccinated people: Suriname up 6%. Sri Lanka 5%. And Pakistan, Argentina, and Malaysia 3%. Globally, cases were up 3% and deaths were up 2% over 14 days, with the 7-day average trending up since June 21. There are 17,942,283 active cases around the world. The five countries with the most new cases: Iran 36,419. The U.K. 32,253. The United States 30,810. Japan 25,492. And India 25,420. There have now been at least 4,430,758 deaths reported as Covid-related worldwide. For the latest updates, subscribe for free to Coronavirus... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

FIVE MINUTE NEWS
Evacuation from Kabul accelerating with help from commercial jets.

FIVE MINUTE NEWS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 7:03


Evacuation from Kabul accelerating with help from commercial jets. The Rev. Jesse Jackson hospitalized with COVID-19. Moving inland, Tropical Storm Henri drenches Northeast. You can subscribe to Five Minute News with Anthony Davis on YouTube, with your preferred podcast app, ask your smart speaker, or enable Five Minute News as your Amazon Alexa Flash Briefing skill.  Subscribe, rate and review at www.fiveminute.news  Five Minute News is an Evergreen Podcast, covering politics, inequality, health and climate - delivering independent, unbiased and essential world news, daily. 

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – August 22, 2021

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 179:15


R Kelly's trial, Miggy's 500th HR, Afghanistan mess, OnlyFans v. porn creators, Mike Richards out as Jeopardy! host, Brett Butler blew $25 million & needs your money, and the worst vocal fry podcast of all-time.Miguel Cabrera finally hit #500. Justin Verlander pre-recorded this video for him about a month ago.Chris Davis retired because he sucks now, but will be paid for the next 16 years just like Bobby Bonilla.The Detroit Lions are going to be terrible. A dude got KNOCKED OUT in the stands after his girl slapped a guy. It made BranDon think of this memory.The Upside-Down Van was the star of the Woodward Dream Cruise. Monkeemobile Mel officially hates us and is done with our show.The Red Scare Podcast has the worst vocal fry of all time.Drew and Marc recommend Small Town News on HBO.MUSIC: The We Love NYC concert was a debacle. Gayle King stole The Killers thunder. A Deadhead fell to his death at Citi Field. DLR has responded to Gene Simmons' criticism. RIP Don Everly.Drew caught Matt Damon's latest movie, Stillwater.Sean Penn helps his daughter's failing acting career by casting her in some movie called Flag Day.Quentin Tarantino hates his mom.Mike Richards has been BLOWN OUT by himself as the host of Jeopardy! after 1 day of filming.Black conservatives are not allowed to use the n-word.R Kelly's trial is off to a hot start with Rob's Rules, STD outbreaks, paid off doctor buddies, fake ID's for Aaliyah and much more.Larry Nassar loses his pandemic money.Afghan Mess: Afghanistan remains a mess and it's everybody else's fight. Joe Biden is not the best communicator. Tony Blair is ragging our president. United States airlines are being asked to help out. One of Al Qaeda's top dudes is having a great time. The Taliban does their best Iwo Jima impression. What citizenship does this baby hold? Joe's approval ratings are taking a hit... but aren't THAT bad. Angelina Jolie is outraged. Tim Allen too.Donald Trump is doing rallies in 2021.Congrats to Matt Gaetz on his wedding amid sex trafficking allegations.Britney Spears finally got her dogs back after abuse allegations. Britney celebrates by spinning.Lyla gets to eat meals from The Butchery.Paul McCartney threw a star-studded super-spreader party in the Hamptons.Alice Cooper has admitted that last week's scheduling conflict was his fault and definitely not Trudi Daniels' fault.Only Fans has banned porn and the stars that built the platform are mad they might have to get another job. Sydney Leathers is angry.Anthony Weiner bails on his CEO gig at some glass company.Andrew Cuomo is having press conferences like nothing else is going on in his life or state.Comedian Brett Butler blew all her money and needs your cash now.Jonah Falcon is back bragging about his massive dong again. He's on Cameo for $25.00.4-Star General OJ Simpson weighs in on Afghanistan.Drew is bummed that he didn't go to the Hall & Oates / Squeeze concert.Phil Mushnick is mad that Shaq and Devin Funchess didn't get in as much trouble as Jack Morris.COVID Updates: USA Today Covid/Masks/Vaccine Mandate Poll. This dude hates vaccines so much that he won't get one for his heart transplant. God cannot hear your prayers through masks. Jesse Jackson is in the hospital despite being vaccinated. Two idiots were busted with fake vaccine cards after getting them for their kids... who are not authorized for vaccines.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Charles Skaggs & the returning Jesse Jackson are joined by special guest companion John Takacs to discuss "The Ark", the fifth serial from Doctor Who Season 3 in 1966, featuring William Hartnell as the First Doctor, Peter Purves as Steven Taylor, Jackie Lane as Dodo Chaplet, and Michael Sheard as Rhos! Find us here:Twitter: @NextStopSMG, @CharlesSkaggs, @JesseJacksonDFW  Instagram: @nextstopeverywherepodcast Facebook: Facebook.com/Nextstopeverywherepodcast Email: NextStopEverywhereSMG@gmail.com Listen and subscribe to us in Apple Podcasts and leave us a review!

Trent Loos Podcast
Rural Route Radio Aug 16, 2021 Hank Vogler madder than Jesse Jackson being asked to sing "It is looking like a White Christmas"

Trent Loos Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 48:03


The labor situation in itself will continue to lead to great parallels. The infrastructure of production and transportation of the goods we need on a daily basis is being disrupted mostly from the lack of work ethic, how do we fix that?

The Steve Harvey Morning Show
Earthquake Interview, Steve's Sports, Voter Suppression, Jesse Jackson and more.

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 93:51


Good morning and welcome to the ride! Steve has been working double duty. The CLO has a lady writing in that is torn between her husband and a truck driver. Our family Earthquake got a Netflix special with Dave Chappelle coming up! Nephew got a question about Game 6 in Cream City just for his Uncle. Rev. Jesse Jackson was given France's highest award by French President Emmanuel Macron. Joyce Beatty was arrested for leading a demonstration supporting voting rights at the capitol. Today in Closing Remarks, Steve has a some sound advise just for us as it pertains to dreaming. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com