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Donald Trump is expected to announce his third presidential run following disappointment in the midterm results. Also, a story of hope and determination as Kenyan girls get the opportunity to attend school. Plus, Finding Calm TODAY—CEO and founder of Tripp—Nanea Reeves in studio 1A to shares some ways and techniques to help alleviate stress with some calming tools. And, on the ground in Moonachie, NJ at the 72 thousand square foot studio where all the floats are designed and built for the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade.
Conflicting reports on how a prominent Pakistani journalist died in Kenya. Kenyan police say he was shot. Islamabad says he was tortured as well. Who was he? And why was he in Nairobi? Also, the Somali government has shut down hundreds of social media accounts propagating the ideas of the militant group Al Shabaab. Plus, we'll hear how people in Cairo are dealing with toxic levels of air pollution. These stories and more in this podcast with Audrey Brown.
The global environmental conference COP27 has opened in Egypt and discussions on setting up mechanisms to compensate for loss and damage in the countries that are affected the most by the consequences of climate change, will be high on the agenda. The Ethiopian army chief and the commander of the rebel Tigray's People Liberation Front have met face to face in the Kenyan capital Nairobi for talks on how to implement the truce that was agreed in South Africa. And two Nigerian TikTok stars have been fined, whipped and will be made to clean the court's premises for a month, after they were found guilty of defaming the Kano state governor in a comedy video.
Fantasy, Kenyan mythology and the power of representation: Shiko's debut novel takes young (and older!) readers on an incredible ride, celebrating and giving life to our stories. The Intasimi Warriors series is set to disrupt the literally scene like never before. Shiko takes us on her writing, research and publishing journey with her signature bubbly self. Happy listening!
Anthony and James are joined by Mikel Delagrange and Salim Kipkemboi. Mikel is the founder of the Amani Project, which is bringing together initiatives aimed at enhancing inclusivity in cycling and creating opportunities for riders based in Africa; Salim is a 23-year-old rising Kenyan star who rides for Team Amani, and who this year took on the UCI Gravel Worlds in Italy.Interview starts at 6minsThis episode is supported by H.V.M.N, the creators of Ketone-IQ. We hear a lot about ketones in the pro peloton, but what are they?According to the experts H.V.M.N, ketones are a natural source of fuel for your body. When stored carbs are depleted, your body starts to convert fat into ketones. Studies show that ketones are 28% more efficient than glucose, making them a super-efficient fuel source for the brain and the body.These benefits led H.V.M.N to create Ketone-IQ: a drinkable ketone designed to support energy, focus and endurance.Developed alongside the U.S. military, Ketone-IQ is one of the most powerful ketone supplements on the market. It's designed to elevate your ketone levels for up to 4 hours – much longer than other products. Plus, it's vegan, caffeine free, and compliant with the World Anti-Doping Agency's guidelines. That's a major win for athletes.Ketone-IQ Shots are the best way to get your ketones on the go. They're portable, convenient, and fit perfectly in your pocket during a ride or a race.You can save 20% on Ketone-IQ using the promo code CYCLIST at https://hvmn.me/CYCLISTTo learn more about achieving your ultimate metabolic potential, subscribe to H.V.M.N's podcast “Health Via Modern Nutrition with Dr. Latt Mansor” on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube. See hvmn.com for more detailsFor more on the Cyclist Magazine Podcast - https://www.cyclist.co.uk/cyclistmagazinepodcastSubscribe to Cyclist Magazine now - https://cyclistmag.co.uk/cyclistmagazinepodcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Kenya is to lead an East African military force to replace the United Nations troops that are currently stationed in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Decades of violence in the region with no sign of improvement have damaged the credibility of the UN troops in the eyes of the Congolese. The East African regional force will bring soldiers from four countries and will have to face many armed groups, especially the notorious M23, which is infamous in the region for its violence towards civilians
We trace the history of country music in Kenya, dating back to the 1920s and 30s when local populations first heard Jimmie Rodgers on early country western 78 records, to the current day, where the clubs of Nairobi are filled with rising stars bringing their own unique sounds to country music. Hear their takes on the hits of Don Williams, Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton and more. And an interview and performance from Kenyan country singer Steve Rogers, radio and TV presenters Catherine Ndonye and David Kimitho, music historian Elijah Wald, and Olvido Records founder Gordon Ashworth. The music and stories of other artists in this episode include: John Nzenze. Reuben Kigame, Don Williams, Sir Elvis, Sammy Ngaku-Rosana, Herbert Misango, Frances Rugwiti, Carlos Kiba, Ythera Cowgirl, Steve Rogers, HM Karuiki, Joseph Kamaru. Produced by Brandi Howell for Afropop Worldwide The Kitchen Sisters Present is produced by The Kitchen Sisters (Nikki Silva & Davia Nelson) with Brandi Howell and Nathan Dalton. Support comes from the National Endowment for the Arts and contributors to the non-profit Kitchen Sisters Productions. The Kitchen Sisters Present is part of the Radiotopia Network from PRX.
Join Marty as he sits down with Lord Miles to discuss his Afgani imports, outsmarting Kenyan police, and the state of the US empire. Follow Lord Miles on Twitter And Youtube Shoutout to our sponsors: Unchained Capital Braiins HodlHodl CrowdHealth TFTC Merch is Available: Shop Now Join the TFTC Movement: Main YT Channel Clips YT Channel Website Twitter Instagram Follow Marty Bent: Twitter Newsletter Podcast
Welcome to the fifth episode of the Hali Hewa Podcast. ‘Hali Hewa' is a Swahili term for ‘climate ' and this podcast series is hosted and produced by Kenyan climate activist, Abigael Kima. In the lead up to the COP27 international climate negotiations, which are now just a month away, Abigael interviews African climate change experts and activists on the issues that matter most to them. Guests sign off each episode by sharing what they feel the COP27 conference must deliver on. Our guest today is Sofanit Mesfin. Sofanit is a gender specialist working as the Regional Gender and Social Inclusion Coordinator at Ripple Effect, formerly known as ‘Send A Cow'. Ripple Effect works with smallholder farmers to equip them with knowledge and skills enabling them to improve their livelihoods and thrive. Farmers working alongside Ripple Effect learn more, grow more and sell more. They can feed their families nutritious food, and by having a surplus to sell can invest in their farms, send their children to school and build sustainable agri-businesses. In this episode, Sofanit takes us through her journey working with women farmers in different African countries to deliver training programs that help them adapt to a changing climate. She explains how and why women and children are disproportionately affected by the impacts of climate change, and what Ripple Effect is doing to ease the burden on women, children and their households. Sofanit also explains how other stakeholders can come on board to support this kind of work, ensuring that more and more communities get support to build resilience and secure a healthy future for themselves and their children. Sofanit signs off the show by sharing what she wants the upcoming COP27 climate conference in Egypt to deliver in November. Enjoy the show! Learn more about Ripple Effect Linkedin | Facebook | YouTube | Twitter | Website [Note: I recently had the privilege to visit women farmers in Busia and Bungoma in the Western Region of Kenya. I learned a lot from them about methods to improve food production, and how these practices allowed them to better their lives and that of their families. Follow the Hali Hewa Podcast on social media to see these interviews]
Keely, Corrine, and Hillary sit down with Ryan Montgomery who is a queer and gay professional ultrarunner focused on increasing diversity and acceptance for the LGBTQ+ community in the ultra and trail running space. We learn a lot about his company, Out Trails, how we can become better allies, and how to make trail running more welcoming. We also discuss doping, Big's backyard, and women's sport funding in the news section. This episode is brought to you by Freetrail @runfreetrail Freetrail NEW Website: www.freetrail.com - subscribe and JOIN US IN SLACK Athletic Greens: Use link www.athleticgreens.com/trailsociety for a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs The Feed:https://thefeed.com/trailsociety gets you $15 in free credit! Oura Ring: Track your sleep, recovery, and menstrual cycle (for those who get one) and buy your ring here: https://ouraring.com?mct=P3yNJl9q Show notes: Follow Ryan Montgomery : @ultra.ryan Out Trails: @out_trails Out trails retreat: https://www.aspireadventurerunning.com/out-trail-mt-st-helens/ Sierra Zinal Doping: https://trailrunner.com/trail-news/sierre-zinal-race-winner-mark-kangogo-tests-positive-for-two-banned-substances/#:~:text=Kenyan%20runner%20and%202022%20Sierre,Above%20photo%20by%20Marco%20Gulberti. Women's Sponsorships up 20% in 2022: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/sponsorunited-alex-morgan-is-the-most-endorsed-female-athlete-of-2022-301648371.html
A Pakistani journalist has been killed in Nairobi in what police are calling a case of mistaken identity, causing widespread outrage and protests. The Kenyan independent police oversight agency is launching an inquiry into the death of award-winning reporter Arshad Sharif on Sunday night.
We explore the invisible pulling powers of nature through the forces of smell, sound and gravity.In Greece, desert ants start their lives underground in total darkness. Void of landmarks and sun they initially learn to orient themselves using the Earth's magnetic field. German scientist Dr Pauline Fleischman reveals how her team discovered the ant's internal GPS.A healthy coral reef is a very noisy place, full of the snapping, rasping, scraping and croaking of various vocal species. But a dying reef is tragically quiet, devoid of the life which can no longer survive on it. However, conservationists have discovered a way to pull species back to these habitats with the ingenious use of underwaterspeakers.This sort of catfishing is used by a number of animals, including arachnids. Sebastian and Rutendo discuss one of nature's more perilous powers of attraction with Kenyan entomologist, Dr Dino Martins. He describes the dramatic mating behaviour of the camel spider, an alluring species with incredible hunting skills.Humans might find the British dawn chorus a more soothing courtship ritual. But for the birds, it's an intense competition. Sound recordist Gary Moore tells us why hethinks it's one of the world's greatest wildlife events.Credits:The BBC Earth podcast is presented by Sebastian Echeverri and Rutendo Shackleton.This episode was produced by Rachel Byrne and Geoff Marsh.The researchers were Seb Masters and Dawood Quereshi.The Production Manager was Catherine Stringer, the Production Co-ordinator was Gemma Wootton, and the Project Co-ordinator was Linda Barber.Podcast Theme Music was composed by Axel Kacoutié, with mixing and additional sound design by Peregrine Andrews.The Associate Producer is Cristen Caine and the Executive Producer is Deborah Dudgeon.Special thanks to...Dino J. Martins from the Mpala Research Centre.Pauline Fleischmann from the University of Würzburg for her insights on ant behaviour.Gary Moore who recorded and spoke about the dawn chorus soundscape.Tim Lamont, Tammy Silva, Emma Weschke, Tim Gordon and Eric Parmentier who provided underwater audio recordings for the interview with Steve Simpson from the University of Bristol. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Social Enterprise: an enterprise that is created around solving a social problem, taking an idea and making sure it is solving a social problem, for the good. It all started with one sentence printed in a church bulletin “If you want to go to Mombasa Kenya, call Chris Boyd.” Today's episode is a conversation with an incredibly brave and inspiring friend of mine who was living the ideal comfortable American dream life, and decided to leave it all behind to listen to a voice that told her to go to Africa. Jenny didn't have a game plan. She went and she spent time in the villages and she listened. She built relationships. And from this listening she got the idea of how she could help 16 women in Mombasa Kenya. That was how it all began for her. Jenny's story is one that can helpSince reading that bulletin more than 9 years ago, Jenny Nuccio has built an incredible socio-economic empowerment organization known as Imani Collective. Imani Collective now employs over eighty Kenyan women + men along with half a dozen women stateside. Together, they unleash a woman's greatness through empowerment + opportunity + community. Imani sells a plethora of artisan crafted goods including pillows, banners, baskets, holiday decor and more. Jenny story has so much to teach us about how to approach helping others, short term mission trips, and how to make your big idea come to life. Alright, let's go meet Jenny! REFERENCES:IMANI COLLECTIVEJENNY'S PERSONAL/CONSULTING WEBSITE JENNY'S INSTAGRAM
Kenyan is back speaking about Generation Z having issues and lottery drama. Pull up a chair, and feel the vibe. Give us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or on whatever platform you listen on. Follow us on Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, or Clubhouse. The handle is: @flight785. Or, send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org "Flight 785 Podcast, I don't talk about aviation, but I'm still fly!"
Just how tough are you? How fearless are you? How adventurous are you? Even the toughest of you are going to blush when you hear our interview with adventure writer, Laura Killingbeck. Laura embodies adventure and endurance and we can't wait to hear her story about finding freedom through cycling and hiking. Show Sponsor: UCAN Generation UCAN has a full line of nutrition products to fuel your sport. UCAN uses SuperStarch instead of simple sugars and stimulants to fuel athletes. UCAN keeps blood sugar steady compared to the energy spikes and crashes of sugar-based products. UCAN also has hydration products focused on giving you the sodium you need when hydrating, including several clean and light flavors. Steady energy equals sustained performance and a faster finish line! Use UCAN in your training and racing to fuel the healthy way, finish stronger and recover more quickly! Use the code 303UCAN for 20% off at ucan.co/discount/303UCAN/ or ucan.co In Today's Show Feature Interview with Laura Killingbeck Endurance News Ironman California 2021 Boston Marathon champ Diana Kipyokei suspended U.S. American Women Dominate the 2022 World Beer Mile Title What's new in the 303 National Cycling League and Its August Colorado Race, More about the League Transitioning Back To Training After Injury Video of the Week IM CA Race Recon by TriDot Feature Interview: Laura Killingbeck Laura is a writer and photographer covering topics like adventure, ecology, biking, backpacking, tiny houses, food, foraging, absurdity, hope, humor, and despair. Her work is filtered through the lens of intersectional feminism and is committed to authentic stories that spark healthy physical, emotional, and social motion. Laura's writing and photography have appeared in Bicycling Magazine, The Adventure Cycling Association, CyclistaZine, The South Coast Almanac, Edible South Coast, The Tico Times, Permaculture Design Magazine, Communities Magazine, Kona Bikes, Outdoor Research, and more. Some of her stories: In Search of The Wild Reindeer, Bicycling Magazine When Men Take Off Their Pants, Adventure Cycling Association Embracing Absurdity Can Be An Act Of Defiance, Outdoor Research Laura Killingbeck (laurasstories.live) News Sponsor Buddy Insurance: Buddy Insurance gives you peace of mind to enjoy your training and racing to the fullest. Buddy's mission is simple, to help people fearlessly enjoy an active and outdoor lifestyle. Get on-demand accident insurance just in case the unexpected happens. Buddy ensures you have cash for bills fast. Go to buddyinsurance.com and create an account. There's no commitment or charge to create one. Once you have an account created, it's a snap to open your phone and in a couple clicks have coverage for the day. Check it out! Endurance News: Nearly 4,000 athletes coming to Sacramento for Ironman Sacramento Bee BY HANH TRUONG The Ironman California race, part of the Vinfast U.S. series, is coming to Sacramento again, inviting thousands of athletes to the region for the multi-course competition. Ironman California features a 2.4 mile downriver swim starting in the American River and ending near the Tower Bridge in the Sacramento River, a 112 mile flat bike course and a 26.2 mile run. The triathalon offers 55 slots to the 2023 Vinfast Ironman World Championship in October 2023 in Kailua-Kona, Hawai'i. More than 3,900 athletes are competing in this year's race. Registration for the contest is sold out. Last year's race, which anticipated roughly 3,500 participants, was canceled due to an October storm. When the 2021 event was announced, Mike Testa, president and CEO of Visit Sacramento's Sports Commission, said Ironman projected $15 million in economic impact for the region. This year, then, will be the city's first Ironman triathlon. According to forecasts by the National Weather Service, athletes and supporters can expect highs near 74 on Sunday. The race is on Sunday, Oct. 23. The courses will run through Sacramento, from its rivers and agricultural regions to Discovery Park. You can see where the athletes are competing for each course online. Athletes will arrive in Sacramento this week. Check in is on Thursday and Friday. Saturday will host the IronKids fun run. Monday will be the “celebration day” and award ceremony at the capitol. STREETS IMPACTED Several streets will be impacted on the day of the race, with some closed for multiple days. Read more at: https://www.sacbee.com/news/california/article267438982.html#storylink=cpy 2021 Boston Marathon champ Diana Kipyokei suspended and her agent doesn't hold back: “Diana is completely guilty. I am sorry.” By Jonathan Gault October 14, 2022 On Friday, the Athletics Integrity Unit announced the provisional suspension of two Kenyan marathoners, Diana Kipyokei and Betty Wilson Lempus, for anti-doping rule violations. Kipyokei, 28, won the 2021 Boston Marathon and was suspended for testing positive at the race for triamcinolone acetonide, a glucocorticoid that is banned in-competition. Lempus, 31, who owns a 65:47 half marathon personal best, tested positive for the same substance. Lempus was not charged for the positive test but an AIU investigation into her explanation resulted in a tampering charge for which she was suspended. U.S. American Women Dominate the 2022 World Beer Mile Title Thirteen countries battled in Belgium for this year's Beer Mile World Championship. The most important rule? Don't throw up. OCTOBER 17, 2022 BRIAN METZLER from OUTSIDE ONLINE American Elizabeth Laseter and Canadian Corey Bellemore put on quite a show at the Beer Mile World Classic on Saturday afternoon in Leuven, Belgium. When it comes to chugging suds and running fast 400-meter laps around a track, they were the best-in-show among the 65 runners from 13 countries participating in the de facto Beer Mile World Championships. Running a beer mile is simple: a runner chugs a 12-ounce (or 355ml) beer, runs one lap around a track and repeats that three more times, a beer for each lap, as fast as possible – all without having it come back up, what is politely referred to as a “reversal of fortune.” The clock stops for each runner after the fourth lap is completed, unless they spew, when an additional fifth 400-meter penalty lap is required. There are only a few basic rules to keep these speedy time trials in Belgium from looking like raucous beer-guzzling scenes choreographed to polka music at Oktoberfest in Munich. One rule is to make sure the beer in each can is fully finished. A second rule is that each beer is completed within the 9-meter “chug zone,” between the waterfall starting line and the finish line of each lap. Laseter is a competitive runner—she ran for Johns Hopkins University in college and runs for the Bat City Track Club running club in Austin, Texas. But the 33-year-old food writer and photographer is also an exceptional beer chugger, a critical skill when it comes to running a beer mile for the podium. Unfortunately, Laseter—as well as several other top runners in the women's race—was flagged for appearing to step outside of the “chug zone” before she had finished drinking a beer at the start of her fourth lap, thus negating what would have been a world-record 6:15 mile and a 25-second victory. Aside from that small hiccup, those who watched the livefeed of the event—yes, the beer mile world championships was broadcast via livefeed—had to admire her high-performance execution. (Her effort broke down to roughly 25-30 seconds of chugging while running a 5:45-5:50 mile.) Not only was Laseter given an “unofficial” finish, but so too was runner-up Laura Riches of the United Kingdom, who originally finished second in 6:30. That left American runner Melanie Pozdol, the third runner to cross the line in 6:41, as the one who was declared the winner of the women's race. (Her pace was fast, too, roughly the equivalent of a 6-minute mile with 40 seconds of chugging beers.) What's New in the 303: National Cycling League and Its August Colorado Race, More about the League By Bill Plock Oct 20th, 2022–303Endurance spoke to the National Cycling League and learned a few things behind the scenes if you will. As publicly released the league's majority investors are professional athletes and entertainers and most notably all-pro Los Angeles Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey. There will be four races across the country; South Beach in Miami, Atlanta, Denver, and Washington DC. The race in Denver will be in August (firm dates released soon). The hope is to have a venue with more than a bike race experience. Think music and other entertainment and an energetic “gotta stay and play” atmosphere. The event will work hard to have a positive impact on underserved communities and spectators. The majority of investment will come from minorities and women. Each race will technically be an “invitational”. While sanctioned by USA Cycling, by being an invitational they can deviate from traditional scoring and offer a more entertaining race. According to our source, each lap will count. “It won't be a traditional crit where you sit back and then pounce on the lead on the last lap, it will be much more compelling than the traditional primes that are offered.” The league will feature two in-house teams with eight men and eight women and will have a couple of racers in development (think practice squad in the NFL). These teams will race against each other and eight other teams invited to join soon. What's interesting, all teams will have to have an equal number of men and women. But, if you are a team like the DNA Cycling women's team, you can partner with a men's team and compete. If you think you have what it takes to be on the in-house team or manage a team who wants to travel and compete, here is a link to apply: https://www.nclracing.com/regis As previously reported the league will have unprecedented prize money with the largest prize purse in U.S. crit racing history with a $1 Million up for grabs. To win their share of the purse, 10 teams (2 NCL teams and 8 invited teams) will compete in four NCL Invitational races in 2023, to be held in Miami Beach, Fla.; Atlanta, Ga.; Denver, Colo.; and Washington D.C. The races will start in March and end in September. David Mulugheta, the NFL's most powerful agent and a co-founder of the NCL, said, “I've been in the sports industry for 15 years and this is the most exciting opportunity I've seen. Beyond the substantial number of people who bike, the ability to build the league from the ground up allows us to get the business, the values, and the ownership structure right. This is why so many professional athletes, entertainers, and people of influence are so excited about what we are building.” The venue in Denver will be announced in the coming weeks and we are excited to be part of it and will bring you news shortly. We were told there will be a prominent Colorado cyclist on one of the in-house teams and we will be excited to talk with him/her soon! TRANSITIONING BACK TO TRAINING AFTER INJURY By John Hansen | Oct. 14, 2022, 5:07 p.m. (ET) An athlete holds their knee and shin as if they are experiencing leg pain.Injuries are a common and negative aspect of triathlon training and racing. They can sideline you for weeks, sometimes months. With proper recovery protocols, however, you can transition back to full training and racing. There are several considerations when returning to training in order to prevent injury relapse and make your transition back to normal training productive: Avoid dramatic changes in volume and intensity. Allow the injury to heal completely. Stay consistent with training, avoiding long, 2-3+ week breaks. Engage in an all-body dynamic stretching routine prior to every strength and/or high intensity workout. Follow a slow warm up of at least 5-10 minutes prior to any swim, bike or run workout. Engage in yoga or an all-body static stretching and rolling, stick and/or myofascial release routine after every workout. Engage in an all-body strengthening routine 3+ times a week. Avoid lifestyle situations that may re-aggravate a recent injury – examples: aggressively participating in sports that your body is not conditioned to support, sitting or standing for prolonged periods, walking or climbing stairs in excess, lifting heavy or awkward objects, etc. Videotaping - videotaping can help you make form or technique changes once you return to full training and you don't feel any lingering effects of the injury that might alter your form. Videotaping your technique, especially while swimming or running, may uncover form flaws that may have contributed to the injury. This is valuable information for recovery and injury prevention. Beyond these general return-to-training measures, there are specific elements to consider if an injury occurs in the key phases of training: base, build and competition. Please note: these elements are dependent on how severe the injury was. More severe injuries require longer recovery periods and a more conservative approach. It also assumes that you have medical clearance and/or are finishing physical therapy but will follow at-home therapy recommendations, allowing you to return to training. Base Phase If the injury occurs in the base phase, you stand the best chance of returning to normal training and having minimal effect on your season. Most injuries in this phase are mild to moderate and are caused by training volume, not intensity, so the severity is lessened. Key considerations when returning to training in this phase include: Alter training surfaces and terrain – ease back into training by running on softer surfaces and limit the amount of hill training (run and bike) early in this phase. Gradually reduce but don't eliminate softer surface running and slowly increase the amount of hill training. Rebuild volume modestly – since each situation is unique, there is no specific protocol to follow, but use a 40-20 rule as a conservative guide. Start out with a training volume that is 40% of the volume you were at prior to the injury and add 20% of the new volume every 1-2 weeks. For minor injuries, this may be too conservative, and for more severe injuries, it may be too aggressive, but it can be a good starting point. In addition, since volume is the focus during this phase, reducing intensity may not be necessary. Walk-run protocols – for more severe running-specific injuries, consider a more conservative approach given the impactful nature of running. Start with 2-3 minutes of running and 1-2 minutes of walking and limit the workout to 15-20 minutes. Each week, add 1 minute of running and reduce the walk by 30 seconds. Keep at least 30 seconds of walk for every run segment. Once you reach 10 minutes of running per 30 seconds of walking, you should be able to run the entire workout. Trainer workouts – using a trainer for bike workouts adds stability and may be necessary to avoid the unpredictability of riding outdoors, especially after a severe and/or upper body injury. Strength training – general strength and/or dry land swim training can be a good transition back to training. Note: if strength training was the root cause of the injury, avoid or minimize those exercises that led to the initial injury until completely symptom-free. You may need to follow other recovery elements such as managing volume and intensity. Equipment adjustments – Make the following equipment adjustments as early as possible in this phase to allow your body to adjust to the change(s): Bike fit – Having a well-fit bike has several positive implications related to most joints in the body including wrists, neck, shoulders, hips, knees and ankles. It also affects your lower back, hamstrings, calves and Achilles. The fit may address the injury itself such as moving the cleats on your shoe and/or raising/lowering the seat if you had a knee injury. Use a professional bike fitter for this option. Running orthotics – if orthotics are recommended to you, get these as early as possible. You must adjust to your new running biomechanics before increasing training volume and intensity. Continue to see a PT for follow up and progression checks – I often recommend having periodic appointments with your PT to ensure you are maintaining proper rehabilitation protocols, especially if returning from a chronic injury. A physical therapist helps a patient use a foam roller on his calf. Build Phase If your injury occurs in the build phase and is either mild or moderate, you should be able to return to normal training with minimal effect on your racing season. If the injury is more severe, it may affect early-season races. Some considerations regarding your racing schedule may need to be made. Key considerations when returning to training in this phase include the following: Strength Training – heavier lifting and/or plyometric workouts, which put a lot of strain on your body, are often a part of this phase. Depending on the severity of the injury, you may need to return to lifting by using lighter weights and more reps. Moderately rebuild volume and intensity – many factors affect how aggressively you return to normal training including the severity of the injury, the length of this phase, when races are scheduled, and more. Follow the same 40-20 guide mentioned earlier if a conservative approach makes sense and the injury is more severe. Sometimes, a more aggressive approach may be required, but build volume to at least 75% of normal before adding lower levels of intensity. Equipment adjustments – Make the following equipment adjustments as early as possible in this phase to allow your body to adjust to the change(s): Bike seat position – height and forward/back – only minor adjustments based on the bike fit in the base phase. Consult with your bike fitter prior to making any adjustments. Running shoe wear and tear – due to training volume, running shoes may need to be replaced. A good rule of thumb for shoe replacement: if the shoe has 300-400 miles of use. Reduce the use of swim paddles/buoys – due to the overall volume and/or transition to higher intensity, reduce the use of paddles, even if they are used sparingly. Competition Phase If the injury occurs in the competition phase, you should be able to return to normal training. However, it will likely have a pronounced effect on your racing season depending on several factors, including the severity of the injury and how long of a race season you have scheduled. Key considerations when returning to training in this phase include the following: Re-adjust racing schedule – it may be necessary to find races later in the season that allow you to rebuild fitness in order to meet your desired racing goals. Moderately rebuild volume and intensity – like the build phase, many factors affect how aggressively you return to normal training, including the severity of the injury, the length of this phase, when races are scheduled during this phase, and more. Follow the same principles outlined in the build phase unless a more aggressive approach can be tolerated. Don't get so aggressive that you reinjure yourself – there's often a thin line between getting reinjured and resuming normal training. Day-to-day adjustments may need to be made. This is a very vulnerable stage for reinjury due the sense of urgency races create. Equipment adjustments - equipment adjustments are only advised in extreme circumstances at this point of the season. If they must be made, they should be very minor and following the advice of your bike fitter. A productive return to training is possible when you follow a well-thought-out transition plan that is progressive in nature, not too aggressive, and incorporates the proper elements mentioned above. DON'T GET SO AGGRESSIVE THAT YOU REINJURE YOURSELF – THERE'S OFTEN A THIN LINE BETWEEN GETTING REINJURED AND RESUMING NORMAL TRAINING. One final thought: the most vulnerable time for reinjury is when you feel normal as you return to training. Feeling normal in the early phases of recovery can be misleading since your volume and intensity are typically reduced dramatically. You may be anxious to resume normal training, but your body is often not ready. It's important as an athlete to be aware of your body and be able to read what it's telling you with respect to your transition back to training. Video of the week: 2022 IRONMAN California Race Recon Webinar presented by RaceX https://www.sacbee.com/news/local/article255247916.html Upcoming Guests: Adventure Writer, Laura Killingbeck, joins us to tell her story about finding freedom through cycling, finding that space to process our lives, and her amazing endurance journey to this life changing discovery. Closing: Thanks again for listening in this week. Please be sure to follow us @303endurance and of course go to iTunes and give us a rating and a comment. We'd really appreciate it! Stay tuned, train informed, and enjoy the endurance journey!
Patrick Awori, Founder and CEO at Imaginarium, a Kenyan-based FinTech behind the Circle, a virtual savings platform, hosted another episode of Voice of FinTech: Africa Series. Patrick spoke to Andrew Barden, Director of Insights at Dedalus Global | Lead Organizer and Content Director at Africa Fintech Summit about the state of play on the African FinTech scene and the upcoming Africa Fintech Summit in South Africa.See more background here:Despite global tech media coverage being awash with stories of falling start-up valuations and sell-offs witnessed in once-vibrant sectors, Africa is largely defying global trends in VC funding. African start-ups are expected to raise about US$ 7 billion by the end of 2022, representing an almost 60% increase in start-up funding from the previous year, which would be raised by a diverse mix of local and global investors. Fintech continues to dominate, raising about 54% of all venture funding in the continent in 2021. Many reasons have been given for the continued growth witnessed in Africa's fintech sector, including the fact that these start-ups are solving big problems such as access. Others given include the base effect, and st revenue traction and so on. Whatever the case, Africa continues to attract interest and how long the boom will last is anybody's guess. To discuss what he calls “the Africanisation of global fintech,” we interview Andrew Barden, Director of Insights at Dedalus Global, and the Lead Organizer and Content Director at the Africa Fintech Summit. In the episode, Andrew shares his outlook on the state of the sector, tips on how business leaders can build resilience in the face of global economic hardship, and what the general factors that make African markets attractive for investment are, from his perspective as a Strategy Consultant and Lead Organizer of the African Fintech Summit, the continent's leading fintech-focused conference. Finally, we discuss in detail what to expect at the 8th edition of the Africa Fintech Summit, which is coming up in November to be held in Capetown, South Africa, and how to participate in the conference and associated events. He describes why the AFTS is a unique space where ideas are explored, investments are mobilized, and collaborations are formed across sectors and geographies.
From Melancholy, dream-like ballads to post-punk surf instrumentals, Israeli singer/ guitarist Charlie Megira covered a lot of musical ground before his suicide in 2016. We hear two key tracks from him today, alongside an 80s classic from Auckland soul/ ska pioneers The Newmatics and some bracing Kenyan funk from Jimmy Mawi.
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As a follow up to episode #361, Gerry has a conversation with Evan Lemay and Dickson at the Wild Eye Mara Camp where they discuss Evan's Kenyan experience. You can find episode #361 here: https://wildeyepodcast.captivate.fm/episode/361-guest-questions-about-the-wild-eye-mara-camp
The question as to whether disabled athletes with prosthetic limbs can compete in able-bodied events has been steeped in controversy since the days of Oscar Pistorius in 2009. But since American Blake Leeper hit the headlines in 2019 the debate has been re-ignited with two groups of scientists on opposing sides. We speak to one of the world's foremost biomechanical experts - Dr Peter Weyand, Professor of applied physiology and biomechanics at Southern Methodist University in Dallas - to break down his side of an intriguing15-year-old saga.SHOW NOTESThis week's caught my eye, on Triathlon's inaction on shoe technology: https://www.triathlete.com/culture/news/world-triathlon-confirms-idens-imwc-shoes-not-illegal-no-rules-on-running-shoes/Some background on the Kenyan doping cases this year, including the “new drug” (old to cycling fans), triamcinolone: https://www.letsrun.com/news/2022/10/2021-boston-marathon-champ-diana-kipyokei-suspended-and-her-agent-doesnt-hold-back-diana-is-completely-guilty-i-am-sorry/Peter Weyand's Locomotor lab YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/LocomotorLabSMUPeter Weyand's most recent article on double amputees and sprint performance: https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/10.1098/rsos.220397The “compromise” paper by Weyand et al prior to the debate and split in the research team: https://journals.physiology.org/doi/full/10.1152/japplphysiol.00174.2009Peter Weyand's counterpoint response that concludes a 12s advantage to Pistorius: https://journals.physiology.org/doi/pdf/10.1152/japplphysiol.01238.2009aThe CAS Decision on the first Leeper appeal, including the remarkable claims about Leeper's true ability (372 & 373): https://www.tas-cas.org/fileadmin/user_upload/Award__6807___for_publication_.pdfCAS Summary of the second decision in the Leeper appeal: https://www.tas-cas.org/fileadmin/user_upload/CAS_Media_Release_7930.pdf Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week's guest is someone who I have been trying to set up a face-to-face conversation with for around 2 years. Eliud Kipchoge is a Kenyan athlete who is widely regarded as the greatest marathon runner of all time - he has won two successive Olympic marathons and 10 major titles. And of course, he's the only athlete to have ever run a marathon in under two hours, which he did back in 2019 in Vienna as part of the 1:59 challenge. Although this was not recognised as an official world record because it was not in an open competition, it was an incredible achievement for humanity.This conversation took place in London on the weekend of the 2022 London Marathon, exactly seven days after he had once again broken the official marathon world record in Berlin. But the conversation we had for this podcast is about so much more than running. Whether you are a runner or not, I think you are going to find Eliud's insights highly relevant and applicable in your own life.One of the main reasons I wanted to talk to Eliud was not because of his running ability but because I have always been fascinated by the energy that he radiates. He has a calmness, a humility and a complete lack of ego, which I and millions around the world, find ourselves drawn to.We cover many different topics in this conversation. We talk about reflection and why, in this tech heavy world, Eliud still keeps a handwritten training journal. We talk about success and why he doesn't believe in it - which, I think, is remarkable for a man who has achieved so much of it.We also discuss why Eliud always does his runs as part of a community, why he smiles in the latter parts of a marathon, how he manages to stay injury free and what he thinks about retirement.But for me, one of the most insightful parts of this conversation is hearing Eliud talk about self-discipline and why he feels that this is one of the most important skills to develop. Eliud is possibly best known for the phrase ‘No human is limited' and hearing him explain what this means to him, really brings to life the idea that its self-discipline that will help you reach your own potential.This really was a special conversation with an incredible man - I hope you enjoy listening.Support the podcast and enjoy Ad-Free episodes. Try FREE for 7 days on Apple Podcasts https://apple.co/feelbetterlivemore. For other podcast platforms go to https://fblm.supercast.com.Thanks to our sponsors:https://www.athleticgreens.com/livemorehttps://www.vivobarefoot.com/livemorehttps://www.leafyard.com/livemoreShow notes https://drchatterjee.com/304DISCLAIMER: The content in the podcast and on this webpage is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your doctor or other qualified healthcare provider regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have heard on the podcast or on my website. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Sign of quality of life in GiveWell's analyses, published by brb243 on October 16, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. Content information: This post discusses that lives can be valued negatively by intended beneficiaries. TLDR: GiveWell can include the sign of life quality variable in its analyses. Centre for Pesticide Suicide Prevention (CPSP) In January 2021, GiveWell recommended an approximately $7 million general support grant for the Centre for Pesticide Suicide Prevention (CPSP). The Centre supports the deregistration of pesticides commonly used in suicide. GiveWell assumes that the Centre accelerates the pesticide deregistration by 9 years in each of the countries of operation. The number of lives saved is calculated as the difference between the numbers of lives saved in different policy scenarios weighted by these scenarios' probabilities and the counterfactual improvement in pesticide suicide rates, as extrapolated from past trends. 25,938 lives are expected to be saved. The assumption that the intended beneficiaries would otherwise suicide can suggest that they value their lives negatively. GiveWell assumes that as a result of the pesticide deregistration, agricultural productivity decreases by 30%. The effects of this estimated productivity decrease on the quality of the intended beneficiaries' lives is not discussed. CPSP-promoted pesticide bans would affect entire nations with large farming populations, who live in extreme and national poverty. A 30% decrease in yield can result in increased hunger levels and decreased income levels, which can negatively affect the health and quality of life of millions of people. If the decreases in health and life quality cause a large percentage of farmers to value their lives negatively, support of CPSP can cause millions of people to live dissatisfied. Thus, while CPSP is expected to save thousands of lives, it can also cause millions to live dissatisfied. Malaria vaccination in Kenya The Measuring people's preferences IDinsight survey shows that the average life satisfaction score of Kenyan respondents is 2.3/10 (n = 1,808, SD = 2.32) (p. 42). If the neutral point, “the point where someone is neither satisfied nor dissatisfied,” is above 2.3/10, reducing mortality in Kenya by malaria vaccination can save lives of dissatisfaction. A small-scale (n=30) survey that I conducted in early 2021 in a Kenyan slum suggests that many respondents can value their lives negatively. Respondents were asked to label death and their quality of life on a visual analog scale (arrow) from the worst and the best imaginable situation. If worst corresponds to -1, death to 0, and best to 1, the average quality of life was -0.18, with a standard deviation of 0.40 (column AC). On average, respondents wanted to live 13 additional years (SD=26), while the median was 2 additional years. The wording of the quality of life questions and their survey context can be assessed as leading, which can suggest low quality of data. If you mai[n]tain your lifestyle and the future is what you expect it to be, how many more years starting from now do you want to live? You can say anything from 0 to forever. Where do you place death on this arrow? Please put a line there and write "0." . Where do you place yourself on this arrow? Please put a line there and write "myself." A local enumerator familiar with the area collected the data, while knowing that it is gathered for informational purposes only, without a possible benefit of answering in any specific way. While some (globally poor) respondents accepted a small stipend for their time (which is a custom in the area), many were happy to share their responses without a stipend. This can suggest that respondents answered relatively honestly, with little experimenter bias. This survey shows that the quality...
A BBC investigation has discovered that up to 70% of donations being sent to displaced families in Syria via TikTok was being taken by the social media platform. Families in camps in northern Syria said they only receive a fraction of the donations, as BBC Arabic's Mamdouh Akbiek reports. Bangladesh's matriarchal Garo people The Garo people are one of the largest of Bangladesh's indigenous communities. Their traditions are unique, and based on a matriarchal society. Shahnawaz Rocky of BBC Bengali recently visited the Garo people to find out about their culture, which is now under threat. Kenya's divisive curriculum changes A viral video clip showing two Kenyan primary school children killing a chicken caused uproar, and some hilarity, about the country's new school curriculum. From BBC Nairobi, Evelyne Musambi tells us about a new focus on practical skills, and the controversy it is causing. Afghan women at university Women applying to Afghan universities this term have discovered that their course choices have been severely restricted. BBC Afghan's Sana Safi explains what is known about the changes, and their impact on women. El Kul: bringing Libyans together As Libyans continue to struggle after years of insecurity and hardship, a social media platform run by the BBC's international charity BBC Media Action is trying to bridge the divides. The project began in 2014 and is called El Kul - 'For Everyone'. Editor Libya Idres El Mesmary tells us about the challenges they face. (Photo: A displaced Syrian mother and daughters livestreaming on TikTok. Credit: BBC)
This is the 5th in a 5-part solo series with Muki Yeung. Muki is a Specialty Coffee Trader based in Kenya with Dormans Coffee. In this series, Muki and Lee Safar discuss Kenyan Coffee post-pandemic and into the future.In this episode of the series, Muki helps us understand the challenges Kenya is likely to experience in the years ahead in the coffee value chain.Connect with Muki on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristiya-muki-yeung-a8548982/ and on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/coffeegirlmeetsworld/
Ado Veli Podcast is celebrating 250 episodes today! We have curated 25 songs exclusively from Kenyan musicians coming together to drop a joint album, EP or mixtape. The playlist running time is 50 minutes and yes, that's our mathematics to a big 250! Get Ado Veli Podcast Merchandise here: https://adovelipodcast.hustlesasa.shop/ Listen to Ado Veli Podcast on; Apple Music, iTunes, Spotify, Boomplay, Google Podcasts, Mixcloud, TuneIn and Stitcher https://smarturl.it/adovelipodcast Tune in, listen and share your thoughts on social media with our official hashtag #AdoVeliPodcast. Follow us on; Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/penninah.wanjiru.902 https://www.facebook.com/ADOVELl/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/penninahwanjir1 https://twitter.com/AdoVeliRadio Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/penninah_wanjiru/ https://www.instagram.com/adoveli/ Email: email@example.com
This is the 4th in a 5-part solo series with Muki Yeung. Muki is a Specialty Coffee Trader based in Kenya with Dormans Coffee. In this series, Muki and Lee Safar discuss Kenyan Coffee post-pandemic and into the future.In this episode of the series, Muki helps us understand how climate change is impacting coffee production and producers in Kenya in today's market and into the foreseeable future.Connect with Muki on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristiya-muki-yeung-a8548982/ and on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/coffeegirlmeetsworld/
Katrina McKinnon talks with Jason Barnard about writing content at scale with humans. Katrina McKinnon is the founder of CopySmiths.com, a company that provides blog writing services for eCommerce stores. One of the 50 founding members of eCommerceFuel.com, Katrina McKinnon has also spoken at three conferences, served as a community greeter, and been an outsourcing and content expert for an ecommerce community of over 1,000 members over the past decade. Guest on the eCommerce Fuel, Practical eCommerce and eComCrew podcasts. Creator of more than 3,000 training screencasts and reviews for authors and the eCommerce community. Administrator of an African writers group with more than 35,000 members. How can writing high-quality content be maintained as the volume of output increases? Using AI tools is one good choice, but in this awesome episode, Katrina McKinnon gives a comprehensive look at how she maintains quality with human-written content as she scales up the volume of content written. Katrina McKinnon also shares an overview of the training she gives, her experiences working with incredible Kenyan writers, some tips and tricks for scaling when writing content, and her thoughts on using AI tools. And while there are more and more AI tools that can be used for content writing, Google's recent algorithm update, the Helpful Content Update, still focuses on humans writing for humans. As always the episode ends with passing the baton. Katrina McKinnon stylishly passes the baton to the super-smart Jonas Sicker. What you'll learn from Katrina McKinnon 00:00 Katrina McKinnon and Jason Barnard01:52 CopySmiths' Brand SERP04:01 Google's Helpful Content Update05:50 Katrina McKinnon's Tips to Scale in Content Writing06:54 How to Write a Good Article 07:36 The Importance of Educated and Well Trained Writers09:17 Developing the Writer's Domain Knowledge11:17 Katrina McKinnon's Project Management Software for the CopySmiths' Team14:36 Click Up's Silly Knowledge Panel Goof15:10 Jason Barnard's Tips for Managing Click Up's Knowledge Panel16:44 How Useful and Accurate are AI Tools When Writing Content?19:05 Using AI Tools to Create High-Quality Original Content with Fewer Data Sets25:40 Working with Kenyan Writers29:20 Katrina McKinnon's Facebook Group32:00 Passing the Baton: Katrina McKinnon to Jonas Sickler This episode was recorded live on video October 11th 2022 Recorded live at Kalicube Tuesdays (Digital Marketing Livestream Event Series). Watch the video now >>
In August, Kenya held elections to determine who'd succeed long-time president Uhuru Kenyatta. William Ruto ultimately entered office on September 13th, as the country's 5th president since its independence, amidst a national controversy over the election results. Saskia Brechenmacher joins me on the podcast to discuss the 2022 Kenyan general election, its implications for Kenya, … Continue reading 2022 Kenyan Elections
This is the 3rd in a 5-part solo series with Muki Yeung. Muki is a Specialty Coffee Trader based in Kenya with Dormans Coffee. In this series, Muki and Lee Safar discuss Kenyan Coffee post-pandemic and into the future.In this episode of the series, we explore the state of Kenyan coffee in today's market. Muki gives us insight into what people are paying and why Kenyan coffees in the future are most likely to get more expensive.Connect with Muki on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristiya-muki-yeung-a8548982/ and on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/coffeegirlmeetsworld/
In this week's episode we switch gears and try a specialty coffee, Kahawa 1893. We still have a founder educated at Harvard with a Wall Street resume, but her roots diverge from the typical coffee company story. Margaret Nyamumbo was raised on a coffee farm in Kenya and is determined to bring Kenyan coffee to the world and help women farmers while she's at it.A story about Kenya would not be complete without a tale of British colonization, the Mau Mau rebellion, and the often troubled building of an independent country after. Once again, we find ourselves absolutely appalled by the British. Please note, this episode does have a trigger warning for some particularly heinous atrocities that we briefly discuss. Check out Kahawa 1893 here: https://kahawa1893.com/collections/all-products/products/kenyan-single-originFurther media:https://radiolab.org/episodes/mau-mauhttps://american-podcasts.com/podcast/why-food/margaret-nyamumbo-kahawa-1893-coffeehttps://crosscountrycoffeeroadshow.com/category/kenya-coffee/https://amaka.studio/explore/articles/margaret-nyamumbo-the-kenyan-entrepreneur-disrupting-the-coffee-market-and-empowering-female-farmershttps://www.blackhistorymonth.org.uk/article/section/african-history/the-colonisation-of-kenya/-Buy a mystery box of past products that we have tried on the podcast! For $10 you will receive 10 cups worth of coffee. Includes shipping! Limited supplies, buy here: https://www.paypal.com/instantcommerce/checkout/YUHJNDHDX2CTEHelp us buy questionable coffee!https://www.patreon.com/nobadreviewspodhttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/nobadreviewspodSponsored by Modest Coffee! Single-origin coffee without the snobbery. Visit https://www.modest.coffee/nobadreviews to see what they're roasting today.
Hour 1 * Guest: Dr. Scott Bradley, * To Preserve the Nation: In the Tradition of the Founding Fathers – FreedomsRisingSun.com * Kanye West criticized Planned Parenthood, “demonic” media outlets and Jared Kushner during an interview with Fox News host Tucker Carlson. * West: I care about the fact that there is more black babies being aborted than born in NYC – “50% of black death in America is abortion. * West and Candace Owens wore “White Lives Matter” shirts at Paris Fashion Week. * The Anti-Defamation League has called ‘White Lives Matter' a hateful phrase used by white supremacists. * Florida Surgeon General Joseph A. Ladapo, MD, Ph.D., announced that the state no longer recommends giving men ages 18 to 39 mRNA COVID vaccines, now recommending against vaccinating against COVID, citing a heightened risk of cardiac-related death – ResistTheMainstream.org * An analysis was conducted by the Florida Department of Health. “This analysis found that there is an 84% increase in the relative incidence of cardiac-related death among males 18-39 years old within 28 days following mRNA vaccination,” * FDA Withholding Autopsy Results on People Who Died After Getting COVID-19 Vaccines – Declined to release any reports, even redacted copies. Hour 2 * Guest: Lowell Nelson – CampaignForLiberty.org – RonPaulInstitute.org * Lowell attended the seventh annual “Your Health Freedom” Symposium – YourHealthFreedom.org * Mary Holland is president and chief legal counsel for Children's Health Defense. She has published numerous legal articles on vaccine law and policy, constitutionality, herd immunity, and liability for injury. * Mary mentioned a free film entitled “Infertility: A Diabolical Agenda” which can be viewed at InfertilityMovie.org * The chilling, harrowing story of how a World Health Organization (WHO) population control experiment, under the guise of a vaccination program, resulted in the sterilization of millions of women in Africa without their knowledge or consent. * About a brave, Kenyan doctor — Dr. Stephen Karanja — who warned the world that once they're done with Africa, they're coming for the children and everyone else. * Perspectives from leading experts expressing their concerns regarding other vaccines that could cause infertility in women around the world, including the COVID shot. * Event 201 was held in 2019, and foreshadowed the terror that would be imposed the following year. * The vaccine is not really a vaccine, but is a gene therapy injection which causes numerous heart problems. And “95% effective” really meant “1% effective” because “95%” was relative to other factors. * Data from insurance companies confirmed the fact that many excess deaths were occurring. * In 2022, the narrative began to crumble because deaths have mounted. The CDC reversed their “guidelines” in August. No vaccine mandates in public schools in the fall. Biden declares the pandemic over. * SCOTT SCHARA, is the father of a gal named Grace, who was murdered in a hospital. Now you may think “murdered” is a strong word, but Scott is convinced that is exactly what happened – OurAmazingGrace.net * Jim Moody is a veteran civil rights attorney who has dedicated his career to fighting government overreach and abuse of power. * Jared St. Clair is an herbalist a natural supplement formulator, and a podcaster. He hosts “Vitality Radio” every Saturday – VitalityNutrition.com and more! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support
This is the 2nd in a 5-part solo series with Muki Yeung. Muki is a Specialty Coffee Trader based in Kenya with Dormans Coffee. In this series, Muki and Lee Safar discuss Kenyan Coffee post-pandemic and into the future.In this episode of the series, Muki aligns our perception of the integrity of the Kenyan Coffee Supply chain.Connect with Muki on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristiya-muki-yeung-a8548982/ and on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/coffeegirlmeetsworld/
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* Guest: Lowell Nelson - CampaignForLiberty.org - RonPaulInstitute.org * Lowell attended the seventh annual "Your Health Freedom" Symposium - YourHealthFreedom.org * Mary Holland is president and chief legal counsel for Children's Health Defense. She has published numerous legal articles on vaccine law and policy, constitutionality, herd immunity, and liability for injury. * Mary mentioned a free film entitled "Infertility: A Diabolical Agenda" which can be viewed at InfertilityMovie.org * The chilling, harrowing story of how a World Health Organization (WHO) population control experiment, under the guise of a vaccination program, resulted in the sterilization of millions of women in Africa without their knowledge or consent. * About a brave, Kenyan doctor — Dr. Stephen Karanja — who warned the world that once they're done with Africa, they're coming for the children and everyone else. * Perspectives from leading experts expressing their concerns regarding other vaccines that could cause infertility in women around the world, including the COVID shot. * Event 201 was held in 2019, and foreshadowed the terror that would be imposed the following year. * The vaccine is not really a vaccine, but is a gene therapy injection which causes numerous heart problems. And "95% effective" really meant "1% effective" because "95%" was relative to other factors. * Data from insurance companies confirmed the fact that many excess deaths were occurring. * In 2022, the narrative began to crumble because deaths have mounted. The CDC reversed their "guidelines" in August. No vaccine mandates in public schools in the fall. Biden declares the pandemic over. * SCOTT SCHARA, is the father of a gal named Grace, who was murdered in a hospital. Now you may think "murdered" is a strong word, but Scott is convinced that is exactly what happened - OurAmazingGrace.net * Jim Moody is a veteran civil rights attorney who has dedicated his career to fighting government overreach and abuse of power. * Jared St. Clair is an herbalist a natural supplement formulator, and a podcaster. He hosts "Vitality Radio" every Saturday - VitalityNutrition.com * Briane Dressen got the jab and within the hour, her life turned upside down - React19.org * Her husband, a Ph.D. scientist, did a ton of research and presented it. Ten days later, the AstraZeneca vaccine was taken off the market. AstraZeneca promised reimbursement, but has yet to deliver on the promise. * ERIC MOUTSOS, former policeman in Salt Lake City, read from the Book of Ether (found in the Book of Mormon), warning us of secret combinations, and urging us to awaken to our awful situation - EricMoutsos.com * CHRISTINA MARTINEZ is a young attorney who practices in New York and New Jersey - To date, she has helped hundreds of private and public sector employees in their requests for religious and medical exemptions to COVID-19 vaccine mandates. She handles litigation for those who have been wrongfully terminated because of their unvaccinated status - ExemptionLawyer.com * DR. PIERRE KORY is the former Chief of the Critical Care Service and Medical Director of the Trauma and Life Support Center at the University of Wisconsin. When he saw how well ivermectin worked on COVID patients, in contrast to the instructions from the NIH that ivermectin did not work and must not be used, he began to wake up - Covid19CriticalCare.com * JOYCE MITCHELL championed "do it yourself" funerals. * Judy Zimmerman discussed health data privacy. * Cassity Gundersen is a mom, nutritionist, and health care coach. Her husband is an iridologist who developed something he calls "HerbalMectin" because it works so well against COVID - HealthSaves.org * Del Bigtree is one of the world's preeminent voices of the vaccine risk awareness movement. He founded the Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN), and is host of - TheHighWire.com * He produced "VAXXED: From Cover-up to Catastro...
This is the first in a 5-part solo series with Muki Yeung. Muki is a Specialty Coffee Trader based in Kenya with Dormans Coffee. In this series, Muki and Lee Safar discuss Kenyan Coffee post-pandemic and into the future.In this episode of the series, Muki gives us insight into how Kenyan producers experienced the pandemic and how the supply chain originating in Kenya was impacted overall.Connect with Muki on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristiya-muki-yeung-a8548982/ and on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/coffeegirlmeetsworld/
Washington COVID-19 Immigrant Relief Fund launches new application period Sept. 19-Nov. 14, 2022 Olympia, Washington — The Department of Social and Health Services is pleased to announce the Washington COVID-19 Immigrant Relief Fund is open for new applications as of Monday, Sept. 19, 2022. The fund provides at least $1,000 in cash assistance for immigrants living in Washington state. Apostle Ben is the producer of the Jesus addicts based in Seattle , wa. Link to his music . --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theafricanexcellistpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theafricanexcellistpodcast/support
On this week's episode, hosts Mimi and Kim meet with Pauline Hassan Burkey to discuss her journey towards belonging as an immigrant to the United States. As a small child she, her mother, and her baby brother made the journey from a Kenyan refugee camp to San Diego, California, where she first learned to relate to the various cultures in which she was immersed. She also reflects on her mother breaking the Sudanese cultural codes around a woman's place. Despite criticism from the women in her community, she served as an advocate and community organizer for her refugee community in San Diego, often the only woman serving among all men. Her mother modeled for Pauline how women can be whomever they are meant to be. Bio: Pauline is the daughter of South-Sudanese refugees who resettled in the United States in 1994. She grew up in City Heights, a densely populated and vibrant community of immigrants and refugees in East San Diego. She studied Interpersonal and Organizational Communications and Journalism at Azusa Pacific University. She's worked with refugee and immigrant communities, then moved to fund programs across sub-Saharan Africa. In 2016, she and her husband moved to Rwanda to continue working in international development. She is back in the United States and works as a program manager for PICO California, the largest multi-faith community organizing non-profit in California. Pauline married her college sweetheart Kenny. They currently live in Sacramento and recently welcomed their first child. Other Reading: Which Women Matter to God by Jill Lin https://www.cbeinternational.org/resource/article/mutuality-blog-magazine/which-women-matter-god Advocating for Equality Among the Marginalized by Nell Green https://www.cbeinternational.org/resource/audio/advocating-equality-among-marginalized
Chasing the thrill of a DIY meal from Nairobi to Japan to Alhambra, Dave and Chris ponder hot-pot economics and then call up 'Chefs vs. Wild' host Kiran Jethwa for a closer look at what its contestants were up against—and at where it might go next. Also encountered along the way: unapologetically Asian farmers markets, jalapeño cream cheese rolls, cooking a whole ostrich, watching George Clinton at the Hartford jai alai center, WC dad fails, cabbage arbitrage, not getting trampled by an elephant, the survival bubble, a big pile of delicious matsutake mushrooms, cooking over fire, diving the fjords, barbecued goat, Kenyan chapatis, and the best place to go out to eat with your kids in L.A. 'Chefs vs. Wild' is out now on Hulu. Hosts: Dave Chang and Chris Ying Guest: Kiran Jethwa Producer: Sasha Ashall Additional Production: Jordan Bass and Lala Rasor Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Highlights: “Sorry CNN, while LGBT issues and identity politics, in general, may be of the utmost importance in the US or in the whole of the dying, demographically shrinking West, they don't have even remotely of a semblance of such importance here in Kenya.” “As the former president of Kenya pointed out, the family is an issue of society, of culture, of custom, of tradition. It's not something that Western liberal ideology, completely severed from culture, custom, and tradition, gets to come in and change just because it uses fancy-schmancy terms like ‘human rights', ‘marriage equality', and ‘social justice'.” Timestamps: [01:30] On the issue of LGBT rights and if the Kenyan president will still stand with his position about it [03:47] Why LGBT issues and identity politics, in general, are not of utmost importance to Kenya [09:08] Why conservative leaders around the world are just getting started on reasserting their customs, cultures, and traditions against globalization Resources: Learn how to protect your life savings from inflation and an irresponsible government, with Gold and Silver. Go to http://www.turleytalkslikesgold.com/ 1186 Facebook COLLAPSING! Offices CLOSED as Meta in FREEFALL!!! Get Over 66% OFF All of Mike Lindell's Products using code TURLEY: https://www.mypillow.com/turley Watch my new movie The Return of The American Patriot: The Rise of Pennsylvania Now at https://drsteveturley.locals.com/post/2594436/the-return-of-the-american-patriot-the-rise-of-pennsylvania Join Dr. Steve's Exclusive Membership in the Insiders Club and watch content he can't discuss on YouTube during his weekly Monday night show!: https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com/welcome Get Your Brand-New PATRIOT T-Shirts and Merch Here: https://store.turleytalks.com/ It's time to CHANGE AMERICA and Here's YOUR OPPORTUNITY To Do Just That! https://change.turleytalks.com/ Fight Back Against Big Tech Censorship! Sign-up here to discover Dr. Steve's different social media options …. but without censorship! https://www.turleytalks.com/en/alternative-media.com Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review. Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture! If you would like to get lots of articles on conservative trends make sure to sign-up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts
Nyakio Grieco wants you to feel seen. The beauty entrepreneur began her journey organically — by learning about the power of natural ingredients visiting her grandmother, a coffee farmer, and her grandfather, a medicine man, in Africa. Ancestral wisdom and world travel led to the birth of Nyakio Beauty, Grieco's first beauty brand, in 2002. Nyakio Beauty has been followed by Thirteen Lune, an inclusive retail platform for beauty brands and founders who, for far too long, have been neglected in terms of capital and retail partnerships; as well as Relevant: Your Skin Seen, a beauty brand developed in 2022 to serve all skin tones and types. Nyakio and Tracy came together for the latest episode of the Potential to Powerhouse Podcast for an enlightening conversation about embracing “bossiness” on our entrepreneurial paths, Identifying pivotal moments as the gift from the universe they are, and surrounding ourselves with people whose knowledge and skill sets complement our own. It's a brilliant conversation with many key takeaways, so have your Notes app open. Key Points Tracy introduces Nyakio and references her as the hybrid between two mega-baller entrepreneurs [00:21] Using your maiden name and hyphenating your last name as a female powerhouse. [02:04] Nyakio tells the story of her family's upbringing and what her experience was like being a first generation American with Kenyan descent. [04:41] The first five to seven years of Nyakio's career in LA. [09:50] The two pivotal moments that changed the trajectory of Nyakio's career as an entrepreneur. [13:15] The launch of Nyakio's first beauty product. [21:29] The reality of trying to survive as a small brand running on little capital. [27:14] After her product was featured on Oprah and Ellen, Nyakio learned some valuable lessons about growing a business. [30:25] Nyakio launched a successful brand self titled Nyakio, which was affected by the global pandemic. [35:25] Thirteen Lune - a new, progressive vision for beauty retail in JCPenney. [37:00] People buy into people before they buy into the product. [41:31] Building generational wealth. [42:00] Smart Money vs. Dumb Money. [45:17] Nyakio's three “go to's” for success. [49:07] TRUST YOUR GUT. [51:10] Links Nyakio's Instagram: @nyakio Follow Thirteen Lune: @thirteenlune Follow Relevant: @relevant.skin https://linktr.ee/nyakio
Rare Friday podcast! Got started with the breaking news of a suicide bombing of a school in Afghanistan that killed dozens of young girls, and also the mysterious death of an accused Kenyan war criminal. Plus the Army's first transgender active-duty officer accused of trying to spy for Russia, CA gas prices are twice the national average, a NY paramedic was stabbed to death in a random attack, and a Los Angeles county probation officer was murdered in her home and her dead body raped by the murderer. Music: Coolio/"Gangsta's Paradise"
A singing entomologist, Dr. Sammy Ramsey, and a biologist with a knack for inventing things, Dr. Paul Mireji, tell us about one of the most fearsome animals on our planet. If you want a SPOILER of what it is, read on: It sucks our blood, spreads diseases; it's the tsetse fly. Both Sammy and Paul were afraid of this creature, but share the story of what can be gained by looking close at what scares you. In the case of the tsetse fly, we learn that these creatures give live birth, produce milk, protect entire ecosystems, and just might hold the solutions to some of our planet's biggest problems Learn about the storytellers, listen to music, and dig deeper into the stories you hear on Terrestrials with activities you can do at home or in the classroom on our website, Terrestrialspodcast.org Watch Lulu and Dr. Sammy drink roach milk (!!!!!) and find even MORE original Terrestrials fun on our Youtube. Badger us on Social Media: @radiolab and #TerrestrialsPodcast More from Terrestrials The Shovels: Dig Deeper For each episode of Terrestrials, we provide a selection of activity sheets, drawing prompts, musical lessons, and more. We call them “shovels” because we hope they will help you (and your friends, family, students, neighbors, etc) dig more deeply into the world! You can do them at home, in the classroom, outside, or in the privacy of your own mind. We hope you enjoy!If you want to share what you've made, ask an adult share it on social media using #TerrestrialsPodcast and make sure to tag @Radiolab Draw - Listen to a very special drawing prompt created by artist Wendy Mac and the DrawTogether team to explore just that! Play 🎶 - Learn how to play the chords to the song “Yum Your Yuck” Do - Get crafty with a fun activity sheet! This week's storytellers are Dr. Sammy Ramsey and Dr. Paul Mireji. Want to keep learning? Check out these resources to learn about the gnarly guardian that is the tsetse fly: In The Fight Against Tsetse Flies, Blue Is The New Black A Tsetse Fly Births One Enormous Milk-Fed Baby | KQED New Tool to Fight Deadly Tsetse Fly - The New York Times Cockroach Milk: Yes. You Read That Right : The Salt : NPR Kenyan 'junk artist' recycles rubbish into artworks - CGTN Terrestrials is a production of WNYC Studios, created by Lulu Miller. This episode is produced by Ana González, Alan Goffinski and Lulu Miller. Original Music by Alan Goffinski. Help from Suzie Lechtenberg, Sarah Sandbach, Natalia Ramirez, and Sarita Bhatt. Fact-check by Diane Kelley. Sound design by Mira Burt-Wintonick with additional engineering by Joe Plourde. Our storytellers this week are Dr. Sammy Ramsey and Dr. Paul Mireji. Transcription by Caleb Codding. Our advisors are Theanne Griffith, Aliyah Elijah, Dominique Shabazz, John Green, Liza Steinberg-Demby, and Tara Welty. Terrestrials is supported in part by Science Sandbox, an initiative of the Simons Foundation. Have questions for us, badgers? Badger us away! Your parent/guardian should write to us along with you, so we know you have their permission, and for maybe even having your ideas mentioned on the show. Email email@example.com
On today's podcast episode, Nadia Bandukda shares key wholesome living tips for moms on a budget! Nadia is a wanderer through life and a lover of spice. She is the eldest child of a Pakistani mother who emigrated to the US by way of Canada and a Kenyan father of Indian-Pakistani descent who grew up in Nairobi, London, Hawaii, and New York City. Her parents met in an Indian sweetshop in New York, and thus began her story (and also her natural sweet tooth and love for the world). She is a mother of three boys, a wife to her opposite, and an attorney by training. She has a full-time role focusing on Employee and Labor Rights and it's a feel-good job that she took a few leaps of faith to get to. WHAT NADIA DISCUSSED: - The influencer her parents have had on life today and how she raises her own children - How she plans and affords to travel with three young children Top budget cooking hacks - Strategies for single-parent households when it comes to making their income stretch - Advice for women who feel overwhelmed with juggling life, family, work, and business AND MUCH MORE HOW TO KEEP UP WITH NADIA On Instagram: https://www.Instagram.com/Journeytotable Via her website: https://www.Journeytotable.com ❤ Get the best-selling Clever Girl Finance Books: https://clevergirlfinance.com/books ❤ Get access to 30+ free courses, worksheets, savings challenges, and our favorite banking resources: https://clevergirlfinance.com/course-packages/ ❤ Read the Clever Girl Finance Blog: https://clevergirlfinance.com/blog ❤ Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/clevergirlfinance
In the 1970s, Sharad Rao was Kenya's assistant director of public prosecutions, working closely with Kenyan leader Jomo Kenyatta who was seen as ruthless and unpredictable. Rao took the unusual step of defying Kenyatta's orders by refusing to jail students after they rioted about chapatis in 1972. Rao also tells Alex Collins how he witnessed Kenyatta chasing a British diplomat with a stick. (Photo: Jomo Kenyatta. Credit: BBC)
There's been an exodus of young men from Russia after President Putin announced a new "partial mobilisation". We hear from one Russian serviceman who decided to leave the army, and discuss the state of Russia's war effort with military analyst Justin Crump. Also in the programme: Cubans vote on same sex marriage and adoption rights; the super typhoon bearing down on the Philippines; and a new record for men's marathon running is set by the Kenyan athlete Eluid Kipchoge. (Photo: Travellers from Russia queue to cross the border to Finland. Credit: Reuters)