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The Mikhaila Peterson Podcast
134. Opposing Views: Is Critical Race Theory Solving Anything? | James Lindsay & Vaush - MP Podcast

The Mikhaila Peterson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 111:40


In this episode of Opposing Views, James Lindsay and Ian Kochinski, better known as Vaush, joined me to discuss Critical Race Theory.  We covered a range of topics surrounding CRT, starting of course with what it is and what it's trying to solve, where it's being taught, the agenda behind it, and what we can do about it. But we also touch on related topics like social biases, anti-capitalism, and the idea of whiteness / the over-focus on race that's so prevalent today.  James Lindsay is an American author, mathematician, and political commentator. He is known for having co-authored a series of hoax papers for social science journals, perhaps the best-known being “The Conceptual Penis as a Social Construct” and the one where “unwanted humping” at dog parks was observed day in and day out, resulting in an informed breakdown of how men would benefit from being trained like dogs.  Vaush is an American left-wing YouTuber known for his advocating libertarian market socialism. He has popular debates on his channel as well, often against other YouTubers. ———————————— Find more James Lindsay on Twitter @ConceptualJames https://twitter.com/ConceptualJames Find more Vaush on YouTube  https://www.youtube.com/c/Vaush ———————————— Follow Me On ———————————— All Platforms: https://linktr.ee/mikhailapeterson Facebook: https://facebook.com/mikhailapete​rson Twitter: https://twitter.com/MikhailaAleksis​​ Instagram: https://instagram.com/mikhailapeterson Telegram channel: https://t.me/mikhailapeterson​​ __________ Shownotes __________ [0:00] Intro [02:40] Intro to James Lindsay  [05:04] What CRT is; what it's trying to solve [08:30] "CRT is calling everything you want to control racist until you control it." - JL [08:35] Isn't C.R.T. a way to even the scales for people that have had it harder? [14:54] Are educators aware of what they are teaching? [18:12] "The ideology itself is psychopathic, so people who engage with it reproduce its psychopathy whether they are psychopaths or not." - JL [21:52] Strategic equivocation, paralogy, and the multiple meanings behind the words being used in C.R.T.  [27:55] Global tyranny  [28:32] Link to Opposing Views: Vaccine Passports https://youtube.com/watch?v=Plz-D9OzWlM [28:40] How far are we entrenched in CRT? Where is it being taught? [32:27] What whiteness means  [34:11] Entryism and how far has CRT has made it into the institutions and military [37:17] The state of Canada  [37:37] What can people do?  [43:55] What happens if we don't do anything? [46:01] ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) [49:56] Where to Find James [52:15] Introduction to Vaush [52:47] What is Critical Race Theory and what is it trying to solve? [54:00] Where C.R.T. comes from and is it just a way to get Marxism into America?  [54:55] "When we talk about young people, like middle schoolers being taught critical race theory, it's kind of like saying they are being taught astrophysics because they are learning about arithmetic." - Vaush [55:45] Why is it necessary to teach this to children? [57:15] Redlining and social biases [58:43] What are the solutions? [59:13] "The goal should be total freedom for everyone. Everyone should be elevated; you never want to fix a systemic problem by dragging one group down." - Vaush [01:03:54] Is C.R.T. Marxism disguised and taking over the states? [01:04:18] Mikhaila's problem with C.R.T. and why don't we focus on the actual issues, instead of race? [01:08:00] Isn't it better to teach people how to overcome disadvantages instead of teaching the victim mentality? [01:11:08] The agenda of the people teaching C.R.T. [01:11:59] In regards to C.R.T. being taught in middle school. "The issue is a lot of this stuff is just, let's be real, being taught by over-earnest white progressive Karen's." [01:14:09] C.R.T. in corporations  [01:14:33] E.S.G. scores  [01:23:58] Is C.R.T. wrapped up with Gender studies in kindergarteners? [01:24:40] C.R.T. and Equality of opportunity  [01:28:34] Does teaching C.R.T. reduce racism? [01:32:00] What fighting against racism looks like. [01:36:52] Is the amount of time to educate people about fairness worth it? [01:42:28] What's the anti-capitalism solution?  [01:45:46] Is the way education is being presented in college manipulating to students? #MikhailaPeterson #CriticalRaceTheory #CRT #Whiteness #CRTExplained

How to Fix the Internet
Algorithms for a Just Future

How to Fix the Internet

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 32:51


One of the supposed promises of AI was that it would be able to take the bias out of human decisions, and maybe even lead to more equity in society. But the reality is that the errors of the past are embedded in the data of today, keeping prejudice and discrimination in. Pair that with surveillance capitalism, and what you get are algorithms that impact the way consumers are treated, from how much they pay for things, to what kinds of ads they are shown, to if a bank will even lend them money. But it doesn't have to be that way, because the same techniques that prey on people can lift them up. Vinhcent Le from the Greenlining Institute joins Cindy and Danny to talk about how AI can be used to make things easier for people who need a break. In this episode you'll learn about: Redlining—the pernicious system that denies historically marginalized people access to loans and financial services—and how modern civil rights laws have attempted to ban this practice.How the vast amount of our data collected through modern technology, especially browsing the Web, is often used to target consumers for products, and in effect recreates the illegal practice of redlining.The weaknesses of the consent-based models for safeguarding consumer privacy, which often mean that people are unknowingly waving away their privacy whenever they agree to a website's terms of service. How the United States currently has an insufficient patchwork of state laws that guard different types of data, and how a federal privacy law is needed to set a floor for basic privacy protections.How we might reimagine machine learning as a tool that actively helps us root out and combat bias in consumer-facing financial services and pricing, rather than exacerbating those problems.The importance of transparency in the algorithms that make decisions about our lives.How we might create technology to help consumers better understand the government services available to them.

MavRadio.FM Podcast
Omaha In Transit

MavRadio.FM Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 27:22


Omaha in Transit is a three-part series investigating the importance public transportation plays in the growth, economically and geographically, in any American city. To fully address the role it plays in Omaha, our reporters couldn't ignore nearly hundred year old legislation passed by our federal government in FDR's New Deal. The consequences of redlining are pronounced in this city. Residents experienced two "Red Summers," the first in 1919 when an African American man, Will Brown, was falsely accused of assaulting a white woman and subsequently lynched by an angry mob. The second, in 1966, when an off-duty white police officer shot and killed 19-year-old Eugene Nesbitt, and African American man. Finally, in May 2020, tensions poured onto the streets once again as the nation protested what they said was police brutality and structural racism. The voices of these Omahans highlight story of a city divided.

Behind The Headlines – KCPW
A new variant, censorship accusations, Utah's redlining consequences

Behind The Headlines – KCPW

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 51:13


Nine books are removed from libraries in one school district — prompting accusations of censorship. Scientists work to better understand the omicron variant of the coronavirus, and to better predict its impacts on the pandemic. And a look at how discriminatory housing practices from Utah's past carry through to the present day. At 9 a.m. on Friday, Salt Lake Tribune […]

KCPW | Salt Lake City News and Information | 88.3 FM
A new variant, censorship accusations, Utah's redlining consequences

KCPW | Salt Lake City News and Information | 88.3 FM

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 51:13


Nine books are removed from libraries in one school district — prompting accusations of censorship. Scientists work to better understand the omicron variant of the coronavirus, and to better predict its impacts on the pandemic. And a look at how discriminatory housing practices from Utah's past carry through to the present day. At 9 a.m. on Friday, Salt Lake Tribune […]

Creative Ops
Creative Ops | Ep.46 | Fable the Poet - Creatively Affecting Change

Creative Ops

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 67:44


Fable the Poet (aka Marcel Price) became the Poet Laureate of Grand Rapids, MI in 2017. At the time, he was GR's first black PL. He was the first PL to not graduate from college. On top of that he was also the youngest PL in city history. Now he works with The Diatribe, mainly focusing on improving the south side and educating people about GENTRIFICATION and REDLINING. Check out The 49507 Project. Marcel Price / Fable the Poet: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter The Diatribe: Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, SUPPORT!

Disrupted
Urban forests provide important resources, but redlining has made them inaccessible for some city dwellers

Disrupted

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 49:00


This episode originally aired on August 11th, 2021 Trees are one of New England's most treasured resources. But in Connecticut cities, a painful history of racism and redlining has led to fewer trees. During this holiday week, we look back at a show from this summer about our urban tree canopy in Connecticut. And, our region loses nearly 38 square miles of forestland each year. How can we fight deforestation in our backyard? GUESTS: Drew Goldsman - Urban Conservation Director for the Nature Conservancy in Connecticut Caroline Scanlan - Greenskills Manager at the Urban Resources Initiative in New Haven David R. Foster - Senior Conservationist at Harvard University's Harvard Forest and President and Board Chair of the Highstead Foundation.   This week's episode was produced by James Szkobel-Wolff, Zshekinah Collier, Catie Talarski and Vanessa de la Torre. Our interns are Abe Levine, and Dylan Reyes. And from all of our team, we'd like to wish you a holiday season full of connection, peace and understanding. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

UCLA Housing Voice
Episode #15: The Legacy of Redlining with Jacob Faber

UCLA Housing Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 58:24


In the 1930s, in the midst of the Great Depression, the Home Owners Loan Corporation (HOLC) was created to protect households from foreclosure and in some cases repurchase homes they'd already lost. As a part of its efforts, HOLC created “residential security maps” to categorize neighborhoods by lending risk, with low-risk neighborhoods shaded in green and blue, and high-risk neighborhoods colored in yellow and red. These infamous maps are where we get the familiar term, “redlining,” and they helped institutionalize America's racialized housing market. Professor Jacob Faber, Associate Professor at New York University's Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service, joins us to discuss his fascinating new research into HOLC's influence on racial segregation in the cities where it operated, and the persistence of its effects nearly 100 years after the agency was created.

The Hartmann Report
BANNED! SLAVERY, CIVIL RIGHTS AND THE HISTORY OF REDLINING

The Hartmann Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 57:50


Critical Race Theory is the latest under attack by conservatives. Now American history is being erased by the GOP in North Dakota and Texas. Will your school be next?See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Consumer Finance Monitor
CFPB Director Chopra's Targeting of “Digital” or “Algorithmic” Redlining: What It Means for Providers of Technology and Consumer Credit

Consumer Finance Monitor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 31:18


After reviewing federal regulators' traditional theory of redlining, we discuss the types of underwriting practices that are likely targeted by Director Chopra's recent comments expressing concern about “algorithmic redlining”, examine how the use of machine learning (ML) underwriting models incorporating alternative data can be more inclusive than traditional logistic regression models and result in more approvals for protected class members and “credit invisibles”, and offer our thoughts on actions that technology and credit providers should take in response to Director Chopra's comments when developing and using ML models. Alan Kaplinsky, Ballard Spahr Senior Counsel, hosts the conversation, joined by Chris Willis, Co-Chair of the firm's Consumer Financial Services Group.

Crazy and The King Podcast
The CATK Interview: Baltimore Artist Kim Rice

Crazy and The King Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 42:41


Join Torin and Julie in welcoming creator of Being White, Redlining, and The Inheritance on a must listen interview. Kim Rice creates large-scale works using common materials. Her installations are a meditation on institutional racism and the policies that continue to affect American society today. Kim earned her BFA in Sculpture and MFA in Printmaking from the University of Oklahoma. Her work has been shown throughout the country including the Alexandria Museum of Art, the Fred Jones Museum of Art, the Northern Illinois Art Museum, the Delaware Museum of Art, the Peale Museum, and Prospect.4 Satellite. She has received multiple awards, including the McNeese Grant for Socially Engaged Practice. Born in Kentucky, raised in California, educated in Oklahoma, loved in New Orleans and now home in Baltimore, Kim's work is influenced by her two children and the pile of books by her bed.

On the Matterr: Motivation for Goal-Getters, Entrepreneurs and Anyone Ready to Level all the way Up!

On the pod, this week is Jerald Watson!Jerald is an urbanist born in Parkchester, New York, raised by his mom, a singer and dancer (with a #1 song on the BILLBOARD CHARTS at the time)! Kin on education, in middle school, she enrolled him in "Prep for Prep," a program designed to bridge the gap between public schools and Ivy League Universities. His fascination with the City led him to pursue his B.S. in Urban and Regional Planning from Cornell University. Today am pursuing an MPP from Harvard Kennedy School and an MBA from Harvard Business School (at the same time)! Outside of work, Jerald is the freelance portrait and documentary photographer whose work showcases the beauty and vigor of Black life. Today he is the owner of Jerald Watson Photo.Our conversation covered his life growing up, urbanism, gentrification, Predatory Inclusion, redlining, and the importance of pushing your boundaries! Keep up with Jerald @jeraldwatsonphoto and on linked at https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeraldwatson/ENJOY!Origin Story - 2:01His Mom - 4:04Middle School - 5:11Leaning into Hip-hop - 10:40Urban Planning - 14:00Professional experience - 21:10Predatory Inclusion - 28:30Redlining - 29:00Harvard - 39:50Having ADHD - 46:01OTM - 56:29Support the show (https://www.instagram.com/onthematterr/)

Reinventing Professionals
How to Leverage Dashboarding and Redlining for Contract Management

Reinventing Professionals

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 11:59


I spoke with Jerry Ting, the co-founder and CEO of Evisort, a provider of contract management and artificial intelligence technology solutions. We discussed how organizations leverage dashboarding and redlining for their contract management, ways that law departments can distinguish CLM software providers, the benefits of learning legal tech entrepreneurship in law school, and the Future of Contracting conference.

The African History Network Show
Descendants of Black Freedmen Enslaved by Native Americans in 1800s Seek Tribal

The African History Network Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 104:00


Descendants of Black Freedmen Enslaved by Native Americans in 1800s Seek Tribal Citizenship. Rep. Maxine Waters tries to help; DOJ 'The Justice Department will act': Garland announces initiative to fight ‘Redlining'. – TheAHNShow with Michael Imhotep 11-2-21   Support The African History Network through Cash App @ https://cash.app/$TheAHNShow    (10 Week Online Course) Ancient (Egypt) Kemet, Moors, Understanding Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade (Class Preview) – Class Starts Sun., Nov. 7th., 12pm EST REGISTER HERE: https://theahn.learnworlds.com/course/ancient-kemet-moors-trans-atlantic-slave-trade-oct-2021

Higher Learning with Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay
Kyrie's Coalition and Modern-Day Redlining

Higher Learning with Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 81:32


Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay discuss the U.S. Department of Justice cracking down on modern-day redlining (7:25). Plus: Kyrie Irving's vaccine stance has MAGA and BLM on the same side for once (23:30). Then, Issa Rae and Amanda Seales have some Black Greeks upset (41:41), and Boosie's homophobia is showing again (47:58).  Hosts: Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay Producers: Trudy Joseph and Donnie Beacham Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

SRP Unerased
Reparations — Beyond Acres and the Mule

SRP Unerased

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 29:06


How can you measure the damage from four centuries of bondage and soul pillage? What is the price tag on the sustained striping of our agency and possibilities from one generation to the next? Blacklisting. Redlining. Whitewashing.  This episode includes storytelling on the human toll, beginning with Callie House, an emancipated washer woman who launched the 20th century reparations movement. We will also hear from advocates with the National African American Reparations Commission which is leading the way to institute federal reparations laws.

The Clinical Problem Solvers
Episode 200: Antiracism in Medicine Series – Episode 11 – Racism, Redlining, and the Path Towards Reconciliation

The Clinical Problem Solvers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021


CPSolvers: Anti-Racism in Medicine Series Episode 11: Racism, Redlining, and the Path Towards Reconciliation Show Notes by Sud Krishnamurthy, Michelle Ogunwole, Chioma Onuoha October 12th, 2021 Summary: This episode is part of a 3-part series on Race, Place, and Health. In this episode, we invite Mr. Richard Rothstein, distinguished Fellow of the Economic Policy Institute… Read More »Episode 200: Antiracism in Medicine Series – Episode 11 – Racism, Redlining, and the Path Towards Reconciliation

Speak Your Piece: a podcast about Utah's history
Season 3, Ep. 11: West Side Environmental Racism, Past and Present

Speak Your Piece: a podcast about Utah's history

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 49:25


Date: September 20, 2021 (Season 3, Episode 11; 49:26 minutes long). Click here for the Utah Dept. of Culture & Community Engagement version of this Speak Your Piece episode which includes topics discussed in time, photos of guest speakers and additional resources and readings.Podcast Content:  Former Utah State University (USU) grad student Emma Jones and USU Assistant Professor of Environment and Society Dr. Mariya Shcheglovitova, shares the history and science related to the Home Owners' Loan Corporations' (HOLC) “redlining" of Salt Lake City; and their investigations of spatial distribution of environmental hazards contained in both the city's original west side (Pioneer Park neighborhood) and in expanded west side communities (Poplar Grove, West Pointe, Rose Park, Glendale, South Salt Lake, etc.), where most of Salt Lake City's communities of color reside.This podcast is all about how examining the past (history) along with geographical and public health data (science) can help a community like Salt Lake City see evidence concerning contemporary health and social problems, how such evidence can play a part in solving these problems, and point municipal and community leaders towards better city and development practices. “Scholars have found that race is the most significant predictor of environmental pollution exposure…Crowder and Downey (2010) [and they have] found that Black and Latinx households experience higher levels of proximate industrial pollution compared to White households.” This is an excerpt from Emma Jones' capstone project. Jones and Shcheglovitova anticipate their research to be used in further investigations regarding spatial patterns and terrestrial pollution in SLC. Their research connects the study of spatial distribution of terrestrial pollution to both historic and present-day planning practices which they believe perpetuate housing segregation and disinvestment in communities of color. Bottom line: Jones and Shcheglovitova documents the existence of environmental racism in SLC. Their identification of spatial patterns led them to create an interactive map accessible in Salt Lake West Side Stories -- post 35 (see within a link to Jones' complete paper).Bio: Emma Nathel Jones has a Bachelors of Science in Conservation and Restoration Ecology with an emphasis in GIS and a minor in Landscape Architecture. During their time at Utah State they worked on a variety of research projects concerning sustainable energy development and sustainable agriculture as a part of the Undergraduate Research Fellowship. They are currently pursuing a Masters in City and Metropolitan Planning at the University of Utah.  Bio: Dr. Mariya Shcheglovitova is a human geographer with interests that span environmental and social justice, urban political ecology, cultural geography, and environmental history. She completed her PhD at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County where she worked on a project investigating present-day and historic intersections of street tree planting programs, waste management, and housing segregation. Do you have a question or comment, or a proposed guest for “Speak Your Piece?” Write us at “ask a historian” – askahistorian@utah.gov

Digital Discourse ZA
The “Green Redlining” of Africa

Digital Discourse ZA

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 55:12


Western nations have not acted in good faith when it comes to the supply of vaccines. Why should African nations think they will act differently when it comes to climate negotiations? In this episode of The Small Print, Bronwyn speaks to Gyude Moore, Senior Policy Fellow at the Center for Global Development. They discuss the need for African countries to unite to improve their negotiating position on the world stage. While Western leaders often engage in idle talk of being a global community, the Covid-19 pandemic has shown that, in a time of crisis, it's everyone for themselves. The climate emergency will prove no different. Yet, about culpability for this crisis, the facts are clear and immutable: the people least responsible for it are exposed to its worst effects. This is a timely conversation that addresses the importance of global accountability, African unity, and the need for brave leadership in Africa. Articles mentioned in the podcast: Article 1: https://african.business/2021/09/trade-investment/after-the-wests-response-to-covid-africa-cannot-expect-support-on-climate-change/ Article 2: https://african.business/2021/01/trade-investment/why-africa-must-ensure-afcfta-succeeds/ Article 3: https://www.wsj.com/articles/u-s-to-offer-loans-to-lure-developing-countries-away-from-chinese-telecom-gear-11603036800?redirect=amp#click=https://t.co/I9hrPdeOoR --- Bronwyn Williams is a futurist, economist, trend analyst and host of The Small Print. Her day job as a partner at Flux Trends involves helping business leaders to use foresight to design the future they want to live and work in. You may have seen her talking about Transhumanism or Tikok on Carte Blanche, or heard her talking about trends on 702 or CNBC Africa where she is a regular expert commentator. When she's not talking to brands and businesses about the future, you will probably find her curled up somewhere with a (preferably paperback) book. She tweets at @bronwynwilliams. Twitter: https://twitter.com/bronwynwilliams Flux Trends: https://www.fluxtrends.com/future-flux/futurist-in-residence/ Website: https://whatthefuturenow.com/ --- Gyude Moore is a leading expert in African state-building, governance, foreign and development policy, and political-economy. He was previously Minister of Public Works in Liberia and before that Deputy Chief of Staff to the President and Head of the President's Delivery Unit. He is currently a senior policy fellow at the Center for Global Development (CGD), a Washington, DC-based think tank. At CGD, Gyude focuses on African governance, infrastructure investment and Africa's response to the presence of external actors. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/w-gyude-moore-6825756/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/gyude_moore --- Follow us on Social Media: YouTube: https://bit.ly/2u46Mdy LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/discourse-za Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/discourseza/  Twitter: https://twitter.com/discourseza  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/discourseza/   Subscribe to the Discourse ZA Podcast: iTunes: https://apple.co/2V5ckEM Stitcher: https://bit.ly/2UILooX Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2vlBwaG RSS feed: https://bit.ly/2VwsTsy   Intro Animation by Cath Theo - https://www.instagram.com/Cuz_Im_Cath/

Epidemiology Counts from the Society for Epidemiologic Research
Epidemiology Counts – Episode 29 – Residential Segregation & Redlining

Epidemiology Counts from the Society for Epidemiologic Research

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 62:48


Health in America is closely tied to where we live. Higher rates of preventable health conditions are concentrated in high-poverty neighborhoods that are more likely to be home to a higher proportion of Americans of color. Despite modern anti-discrimination laws that make people legally free to move wherever they like, the reality is that our cities and communities remain largely racially segregated. This segregation is not a result of chance, but rather the direct result of business practices and government housing policy that date back to almost a century ago. One notorious example is redlining, in which services such as home loans or insurance were denied to Black and Brown Americans by characterizing the communities that the lived in as “too risky”. In this episode of Epidemiology Counts, we discuss the legacy of racial segregation and practices such as redlining that have shaped our communities, and the lasting effect of segregation on health disparities in America. Host Bryan James and Ghassan Hamra, assistant professor in Epidemiology and Environmental Health and Engineering at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, talk to Dr. Sharrelle Barber a social epidemiologist at the Drexel University Dornsife School of Public Heath and leader of the new Ubuntu Center on Racism, Global Movements and Population Health Equity.

The Flip Side with Noah Filipiak
Ep. 55: Conversation with Co-Host Chase Stancle about Gentrification and Redlining

The Flip Side with Noah Filipiak

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 100:32


Noah is joined by co-host Chase Stancle to discuss Chase's bad taste in coffee and other important topics like gentrification and redlining.    Here's a link to an excerpt from the PBS documentary Race: The Power of an Illusion. The clip is called "How the Racial Wealth Gap was Created" and helps explain a lot of what Chase and Noah discuss in today's episode: https://vimeo.com/133506632    Flip Side Notes: Join an upcoming Beyond the Battle online group at www.beyondthebattle.net  Support Flip Side sponsor Angry Brew by using promo code FLIP at angrybrew.com or fivelakes.com to pick up some Angry Brew or Chris' Blend coffee at 10% off. Email the show at podcast@beyondthebattle.net  Support the show and get some sweet swag by becoming a patron at www.patreon.com/noahfilipiak  

Vox's The Weeds
Means testing our patience

Vox's The Weeds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 57:42


Dylan, German, and Jerusalem discuss means testing and work requirements after Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) suggested their inclusion in one of Biden's legacy priorities: the expanded child tax credit. Right now Democrats in Congress are trying to hammer out a 10-year, $3.5 trillion budget that includes an extension of the federal child tax credit; expanding Medicare to include dental, vision, and hearing aids; additional resources for home care workers; a slew of climate change measures; and much more.   Resources: “The Time Tax” by Annie Lowrey (The Atlantic; July 27, 2021) “We're Still Here” by Jennifer Silva “‘Neoliberalism has really ruptured': Adam Tooze on the legacy of 2020” by Zack Beauchamp (Vox.com; September 9, 2021) “Are we automating racism?” by Joss Fong (Vox.com; March 31, 2021) “AIs Islamophobia problem” by Sigal Samuel (Vox.com; September 18, 2021) White Paper: “New Evidence on Redlining by Federal Housing Programs in the 1930s” by Price V. Fishback, Jonathan Rose, Kenneth A. Snowden, and Thomas Storrs Hosts: Dylan Matthews (@dylanmatt), Senior Correspondent Jerusalem Demsas (@JerusalemDemsas), Policy Reporter, Vox German Lopez (@germanrlopez), Senior Correspondent, Vox Credits: Sofi LaLonde, Producer & Engineer Amber Hall, Deputy Editorial Director of Talk Podcasts Sign up for The Weeds newsletter each Friday: vox.com/weeds-newsletter  Want to support The Weeds? Please consider making a donation to Vox: bit.ly/givepodcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Saving Elephants | Millennials defending & expressing conservative values
Episode 90 – Redlining and Reparations with Charles Marohn

Saving Elephants | Millennials defending & expressing conservative values

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 72:06


America's history of bigotry and racism have left wounds that fester to this day.  How might the country make amends to those racial minorities who were harmed?  To what extent are white Americans responsible for addressing wrongs perpetrated by their ancestors?  To what extent can the effects of these past sins be measured and known?   These are not easy questions, nor is there much consensus on where we go from here.  But there is one area where both conservatives and liberals may be able to find common ground: addressing historic wrongs committed by the practice of redlining at the local level.  Saving Elephants host Josh Lewis is joined again by Charles Marohn to discuss the history of redlining, its effect on American minorities, and a possible path forward to making restitutions consistent with conservative principles.   About Charles Marohn Charles (or “Chuck” to friends and colleagues) Marohn is the founder and president of Strong Towns, a nonprofit that supports thousands of people across the United States and Canada who are advocating for a radically new way of thinking about the way we build our world. Marohn is a professional engineer and a land use planner with decades of experience. He holds a bachelor's degree in civil engineering and a Master of Urban and Regional Planning, both from the University of Minnesota.   Marohn is the author of Strong Towns: A Bottom-Up Revolution to Rebuild American Prosperity (Wiley, 2019). He hosts the Strong Towns Podcast and is a primary writer for Strong Towns' web content. He has presented Strong Towns concepts in hundreds of cities and towns across North America. Planetizen named him one of the 10 Most Influential Urbanists of all time. He is a long-time commentator on KAXE Northern Community Radio. He currently co-hosts KAXE's Dig Deep program, a monthly examination of public policy issues affecting Minnesotans.   Marohn grew up on a small farm in central Minnesota. The oldest of three sons of two elementary school teachers, he joined the Minnesota National Guard on his seventeenth birthday during his junior year of high school and served in the Guard for nine years. In addition to being passionate about building a stronger America, he loves playing music, is an obsessive reader, and religiously follows his favorite team, the Minnesota Twins. Chuck and his wife live with their two daughters in their hometown of Brainerd, Minnesota. You can find him on Twitter @clmarohn   Listener Mail Josh responds to a listener's message asking if he would encourage his listeners to get the COVID-19 vaccine.  

NerdWallet's MoneyFix Podcast
Redlining and the Credit Impact of Paying Off a Car Loan

NerdWallet's MoneyFix Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 23:18


On this episode, Sean Pyles talks with mortgage writer Linda Bell about the legacy of redlining and the racial wealth gap. Then, Liz Weston and Sean answer a listener's question about whether to pay off a car loan early — and the potential impact on their credit.  To have the Nerds answer your money questions, email podcast@nerdwallet.com or call or text the NerdHotline at 901-730-6373. And visit www.nerdwallet.com/podcast for more info on this episode.

NerdWallet's MoneyFix Podcast
Redlining and the Credit Impact of Paying Off a Car Loan

NerdWallet's MoneyFix Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 23:18


On this episode, Sean Pyles talks with mortgage writer Linda Bell about the legacy of redlining and the racial wealth gap. Then, Liz Weston and Sean answer a listener's question about whether to pay off a car loan early — and the potential impact on their credit.  To have the Nerds answer your money questions, email podcast@nerdwallet.com or call or text the NerdHotline at 901-730-6373. And visit www.nerdwallet.com/podcast for more info on this episode.

Victims and Villains
Candyman (2021) | Victims and Villains #397

Victims and Villains

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 85:41


Will you dare to say his name? Nearly 30 years after the original cult classic (https://bit.ly/vicep337) Candyman returns to the big screen but not in the way you think. Captain Nostalgia and Black Nerd Magic deconstruct this new film's social commentary on racial injustice, civil unrest, its connections to the original film and much more. If you haven't seen the movie yet, check out our spoiler free review: https://bit.ly/vcandy21. Most importantly check out the conversation to be had after the credits finish on this Nia DaCosta helmed horror project: https://www.candymanmovie.com/impact/If you or someone you know is reading this right now and struggling with suicide, depression, addiction, or self-harm - please reach out. Comment, message, or tweet at us. Go to victimsandvillains.net/hope for more resources. Call the suicide lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. Text "HELP" to 741-741. There is hope & you DO have so much value and worth!This episode of Victims and Villains and is written by Josh “Captain Nostalgia” Burkey (& produced by), & Caless "Black Nerd Magic" Davis. You can now support us on Patreon. Help us get mental health resources into schools and get exclusive content at the same time. Click here (http://bit.ly/vavpatreon) to support us today!

Black Talk Radio Network
BTR News - Banks Continue Racist Redlining Practices Despite Pledges

Black Talk Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 47:00


Interview with Wanda Silva, Vice President, Mair Strategies previously worked for the state of New Jersey, served as Press Secretary at the Bronx Borough President's Office under Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. and was a  journalist with Univision and Telemundo.  Silva will be joining BTR News as a guest speaker to shed light on the issue of redlining and other banking industry practices that she says has left "Blacks, Latinos and immigrants without the financial tools necessary to progress financially, systematic racism in the banking industry".  In the wake of the murder of George Floyd by convicted killer and former cop Derek Chauvin, which caused a new wave of mass protests against police brutality, many corporations including banks announced a slew of "woke" polices to play their part in the elimination of systemic racism. Are banks doing enough? Not according to Wanda Silva. 

Black Talk Radio News w/ Scotty Reid
BTR News – Banks Continue Racist Redlining Practices Despite Pledges w/ Wanda Silva

Black Talk Radio News w/ Scotty Reid

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 46:44


In the wake of the murder of George Floyd by convicted killer and former cop Derek Chauvin, which caused a new wave of mass protests against police brutality, many corporations including banks announced a slew of "woke" polices to play their part in the elimination of systemic racism. Are banks doing enough? Not according to Wanda Silva. 

Black Talk Radio Network
BTR News – Banks Continue Racist Redlining Practices Despite Pledges w/ Wanda Silva

Black Talk Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 46:44


In the wake of the murder of George Floyd by convicted killer and former cop Derek Chauvin, which caused a new wave of mass protests against police brutality, many corporations including banks announced a slew of "woke" polices to play their part in the elimination of systemic racism. Are banks doing enough? Not according to Wanda Silva. 

Earth Wise
Soaring Heat And Inner-City Neighborhoods | Earth Wise

Earth Wise

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 2:00


The record-breaking heatwaves this summer have exposed the special vulnerability inner cities have to the effects of summer heat.  Climate change has exacerbated and supercharged heatwaves, as was seen in Seattle and Portland in late June. Urban cores can be 10 degrees or more warmer than the surrounding countryside.  The urban heat island effect is […]

For Micronesians by Micronesians
Persons of the Global Majority in the House featuring Portia Jackson

For Micronesians by Micronesians

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 41:08


Portia Jackson is a professional who has wore many hats in the housing sector. Portia identifies as a black woman and also identifies as a Person of the Global Majority. Portia lives in Minneapolis and shares her expertise, tips, and other offerings to the Micronesian people in hopes to encourage our community to buy houses! To watch the documentary on redlining that Portia shared, you can watch that at: Jim Crow of the North - Full-Length Documentary - YouTube To watch the NPR Code Switch video on redlining that Angela discussed, you can view that here: Housing Segregation and Redlining in America: A Short History | Code Switch | NPR - Bing video If you want to learn more about the Housing Counselors that Portia discussed and find one in your area, click here:  What is a HUD-approved housing counselor, and how can they help me? | Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (consumerfinance.gov)

Paper Worlds
Episode 3.5: Redlining

Paper Worlds

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 135:25


The clutch follow an angry Cognac straight into danger!Alex: GMSpooky: Tarragon, Crafter of the House of GoldDesmond: Yami No Pancha, Rebel without a houseVal: Pansy Buttons, Nature Adept of the House of OakChristian: Rhodes, Academic of the House of OakContent warnings: Explicit language, goreIntro musicCrunk Knight Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Shaped by Dog with Susan Garrett
Excited or Suspicious dog? Dealing With Your Dog's Emotions

Shaped by Dog with Susan Garrett

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 14:10


Visit us at shapedbydog.com    When you feel emotional, are you at your best? Do you make good decisions? It's the same for our dogs. We're talking about the emotions dogs experience and what happens when a dog gets too emotional to respond.   In the episode you'll hear:   • A story from my past that is still vivid about the fear that had me running. • What happens to our physiological system when we are afraid. • The emotional capabilities of dogs. • How dogs don't feel guilt or spite. • About the cycles of emotions our dogs experience. • The changes our dogs go through when they are afraid or overexcited. • What happen when dogs red line. • Why dogs can't listen when their emotions paralyze them. • How it's not up to us to decide what triggers fear. • What to do when your dog's emotions mean they cannot respond. • About T.A.R. (Too Aroused to Respond) and dogs. • Why to believe your dog so you can build a relationship of trust.   Resources:   • Video Blog: Where Is Your Dog On The Circle Of Fun? - https://susangarrettdogagility.com/2018/07/circle-of-fun/ • Podcast Episode 4: T.E.M.P. (Tail, Eyes/Ears, Mouth, Posture) - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/4/ • Video Blog: Understanding Your Dog's Triggers - https://susangarrettdogagility.com/2019/01/understanding-your-dogs-triggers/ • Podcast Episode 86: How to Train Unmotivated or Overexcited Dogs - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/86/ • Watch this Episode of Shaped by Dog on YouTube - https://youtu.be/RKXDebCXLPU

Chesapeake Uncharted
Richmond on Fire

Chesapeake Uncharted

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 32:57


Climate change is making it hotter. But communities of color are likely to feel the heat more. In Richmond, VA, solutions are being tested that could point the way for other American cities.

An Honorable Profession
Digital Redlining Panel at Route Fifty Future Cities Summit

An Honorable Profession

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 46:00


Listen in to a special live taping of An Honorable Profession at the 2021 Route Fifty Future Cities Summit with host Ryan Coonerty, NewDEAL Leader Mayor Trey Mendez (Brownsville, TX), NewDEAL Leader City Councilmember Andria McClellan (Norfolk, VA), City Councilmember Zeke Cohen (Baltimore, MD), and Deputy City Manager (San Jose, CA) Dolan Beckel.

Macro Musings with David Beckworth
Jerusalem Demsas on Problems in the US Housing Market and How to Fix Them

Macro Musings with David Beckworth

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 53:13


Jerusalem Demsas is a policy reporter for Vox and joins David on Macro Musings to discuss the state of housing in America and its implications for policy. Specifically, Jerusalem and David discuss the current state of the housing market, whether there is a housing bubble, how the housing shortage creates avenues for discrimination, the dynamics of racism in the US housing market, the impact of zoning laws, and much more.   Transcript for the episode can be found here: https://www.mercatus.org/bridge/tags/macro-musings   Jerusalem's Twitter: @JerusalemDemsas Jerusalem's Vox archive: https://www.vox.com/authors/jerusalem-demsas   Related Links:   *Housing Constraints and Spatial Misallocation* by Chang-Tai Hsieh and Enrico Moretti https://www.aeaweb.org/articles?id=10.1257/mac.20170388   *Is There a Housing Bubble?* by Jerusalem Demsas https://www.vox.com/22464801/housing-bubble-market-crash-supply-shortage-great-recession   *Stuck! The Law and Economics of Residential Stagnation* by David Schleicher https://www.yalelawjournal.org/article/stuck-the-law-and-economics-of-residential-stagnation   *The Housing Shortage Makes Housing Discrimination Much Easier* by Jerusalem Demsas https://www.vox.com/2021/5/26/22453293/housing-supply-shortage-discrimination-real-estate-cover-letters   *America's Racist Housing Rules Really Can Be Fixed* by Jerusalem Demsas https://www.vox.com/22252625/america-racist-housing-rules-how-to-fix   *The Fight Over Housing Segregation is Dividing one of America's Most Liberal States* by Jerusalem Demsas https://www.vox.com/22335749/housing-prices-connecticut-segregation-zoning-reform-democrats-adu-parking-minimum   *Why Does it Cost so Much to Build Things in America* by Jerusalem Demsas https://www.vox.com/22534714/rail-roads-infrastructure-costs-america   David's blog: macromarketmusings.blogspot.com David's Twitter: @DavidBeckworth

The African History Network Show
Segregation Wall built in Detroit in 1941 to separate Black from White

The African History Network Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 130:00


A Segregation Wall built in Detroit in 1941 to separate Black from White also segregated opportunity; Walls like this were built in other cities; Redlining, Restrictive Covenants, etc. were tools to lock many of us out of Home Ownership and Wealth Building. - TheAHNShow with Michael Imhotep 7-20-21   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.   CLASS STARTS Sat. 7-24-21, 3pm EST (LIVE ONLINE COURSE): 'From The Civil War to Civil Rights & Black Power (1865 - 1968)' with Michael Imhotep, host of The African History Network Show.   REGISTER HERE:  https://theahn.learnworlds.com/course/from-civil-war-to-civil-rights-and-black-power

Fruitloops: Serial Killers of Color
E128: John Floyd Thomas Jr.

Fruitloops: Serial Killers of Color

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 63:26


(note: time stamps are without ads so may be off a little) This week Beth and Wendy discuss the case of John Floyd Thomas Jr., an American serial killer convicted of the murders of seven women in the Los Angeles area during the 70s and 80s. He is also suspected of committing many, many more. We dive into the setting (9:10), the killer's early life and the timeline (21:14).  Then, we get into the investigation & arrest (38:04), "Where are they now?", followed by our takeaways and what we think made the perp snap (46:12).   As usual we close out the show with some tips on how not to get murdered and our shout outs (54:13).  Thanks for listening! This is a weekly podcast and new episodes drop every Thursday, so until next time... look alive guys, it's crazy out there! Sponsors   Better Help BetterHelp.com/Fruit Best Fiends https://apps.apple.com/us/app/best-fiends-puzzle-adventure/id868013618 https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.Seriously.BestFiends&hl=en_US&gl=US   Shout Outs Signs of a Psychopath Amazon Prime https://www.amazon.com/Signs-Psychopath-Season-2/dp/B0968QQ3G2 Discovery Plus https://www.discoveryplus.com/show/signs-of-a-psychopath Summer of Soul https://www.hulu.com/movie/summer-of-soul-6f2160ed-eaa2-462a-b495-f61f4f31714d AJ and The Queen https://www.netflix.com/title/80237329 Dragging the Classics: The Brady Bunch https://www.paramountplus.com/movies/dragging-the-classics-the-brady-bunch/gOtrxSBJb2sXoEg9Pm4OddpJ33yT9VV6/   Promo   Forgotten News Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/forgotten-news-podcast/id1260175711   Where to find us: Our Facebook page is Fruitloopspod and our discussion group is Fruitloopspod Discussion on Facebook; https://www.facebook.com/groups/fruitloopspod/ We are also on Twitter and Instagram @fruitloopspod Please send any questions or comments to fruitloopspod@gmail.com or leave us a voicemail at 602-935-6294.  We just might read your email or play your voicemail on the show! Want to Support the show? You can support the show by rating and reviewing Fruitloops on iTunes, or anywhere else that you get your podcasts from.  We would love it if you gave us 5 stars! You can make a donation on the Cash App https://cash.me/$fruitloopspod Or become a monthly Patron through our Podbean Patron page https://patron.podbean.com/fruitloopspod Footnotes   Articles/Websites Wikipedia contributors. (06/29/2021). John Floyd Thomas Jr. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 07/03/2021 from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=John_Floyd_Thomas_Jr.&oldid=1031014723 Blankstein, Andrew; Mozingo, Joe. (04/30/2009). LAPD ties 72-year-old man to two waves of serial killings. The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 07/03/2021 from https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-2009-apr-30-me-serial-killer30-story.html Murderpedia. (n.d.). John Floyd Thomas Jr. Retrieved 07/03/2021 from https://murderpedia.org/male.T/t/thomas-john-floyd.htm Blankenstein, Andrew. (09/24/2009). Alleged ‘Westside Rapist' suspected in other slayings. The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 07/03/2021 from https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-2009-sep-24-me-serial-killer24-story.html Wilson, Simone. (04/01/2011). Guilty: L.A. 'westside Rapist' John Floyd Thomas Jr. Admits To Strangling 7 Of His 30 Supposed Victims, Gets Life Term For Each. LA Weekly. Retrieved 07/04/2021 from https://www.laweekly.com/guilty-l-a-westside-rapist-john-floyd-thomas-jr-admits-to-strangling-7-of-his-30-supposed-victims-gets-life-term-for-each/ Pelisek, Christine. (07/22/2009). How LAPD's "Closers" Nabbed The Westside Rapist. LA Weekly. Retrieved 07/04/2021 from https://www.laweekly.com/how-lapds-closers-nabbed-the-westside-rapist/ Stateman, Alison. (05/03/2009). A Cold Case Gets Hot: Is This L.A.'s Westside Rapist? Time. Retrieved 07/04/2021 from http://content.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,1895491,00.html Kim, Victoria ; Blankstein, Andrew; Leonard, Jack. (04/02/2011). Serial killer John Floyd Thomas Jr., dubbed the Westside Rapist, is sentenced to life. The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 07/04/2021 from https://www.latimes.com/local/la-xpm-2011-apr-02-la-me-westside-rapist-20110402-story.html Abram, Susan. (04/30/2009). Accused serial killer described as a ‘doll'. Daily News. Retrieved 07/04/2021 from https://www.dailynews.com/2009/04/30/accused-serial-killer-described-as-a-doll/ Girardot, Frank. (n.d.) Crimescene Blog. Inside SoCal. Retrieved 07/04/2021 from http://www.insidesocal.com/sgvcrime/tag/john-thomas/ Stumbo, Bella. (12/29/1975). Aura of Dread Lingers in Wake of West Side Rapist. Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 07/04/2021 from https://mylifeofcrime.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/aura-of-dread-lingers-in-wake-of-west-side-rapist.pdf Stoltze, Frank. (04/30/2009). LAPD arrest man believed to have committed dozens of murders, rapes. 89.3KPCC. Retrieved 07/04/2021 from https://www.scpr.org/news/2009/04/30/389/lapd-arrest-man-believed-to-have-committed-dozens-/ Blankstein, Andrew. (05/02/2009). Accused Los Angeles serial killer was religious 'pleasant fellow'. The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 07/06/2021 from https://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2009/05/accused-los-angeles-serial-killer-was-religious-pleasant-fellow.html History Los Angeles Almanac. (01/02/2019). Original Settlers (Pobladores) of El Pueblo de la Reina de Los Angeles, 1781. Retrieved on 07/05/2021 from http://www.laalmanac.com/history/hi05.php Black History. (n.d.). Black People Founded the City of Los Angeles. Retrieved 07/06/2021 from https://www.blackhistory.com/2019/11/black-people-settlers-founded-city-los-angeles.html Paul R Williams Project. (n.d.). Paul R. Williams, Architect. Retrieved 07/06/2021 from https://www.paulrwilliamsproject.org/about/paul-revere-williams-architect/ LA Controller. (n.d.). African American Heritage Across Los Angeles. Retrieved 07/06/2021 from https://lacontroller.org/data-stories-and-maps/african-american-heritage-map/ Ferris State University. (n.d.). What Was Jim Crow. Retrieved 07/06/2021 from https://www.ferris.edu/jimcrow/what.htm Simpson, Kelly. (02/22/2012). A Southern California Dream Deferred: Racial Covenants in Los Angeles. KCET. Retrieved 07/06/2021 from https://www.kcet.org/history-society/a-southern-california-dream-deferred-racial-covenants-in-los-angeles Kilgore, Steven. (06/22/2020). Los Angeles Land Covenants, Redlining; Creation and Effects. Los Angeles Public Library. Retrieved 07/06/2021 from https://lapl.org/collections-resources/blogs/lapl/los-angeles-land-covenants-redlining-creation-and-effects Podcasts Evans, Francel; Williams, Alvin (hosts). (3/1/2021) Affirmative Murder: Silent Sword. [Audio Podcast].  Retrieved 7/3/2021 from https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-affirmative-murder-63432252/episode/167-silent-sword-78298310/ Video Elusive Serial Killer Caught. CNN. https://youtu.be/xEu5KBxu910 LA's most deadly serial killer. https://youtu.be/K3AnVE5rrIw How Not to Get Murdered Escondido Police Department. (n.d.). Personal Safety Tips For Older Adults. Retrieved 07/06/2021 from https://police.escondido.org/Data/Sites/4/media/pdfs/PersonalSafetyTipsForOlderAdults.pdf Music “Abyss” by Alasen: ●https://soundcloud.com/alasen●https://twitter.com/icemantrap ●https://instagram.com/icemanbass/●https://soundcloud.com/therealfrozenguy● Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License “One Way” by Yung Kartz https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Yung_Kartz Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License “Ice Flow” & “Furious Freak” by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3791-furious-freak License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Connect with us on: Twitter @FruitLoopsPod Instagram https://www.instagram.com/fruitloopspod Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Fruitloopspod and https://www.facebook.com/groups/fruitloopspod

The Entrepreneurial You
Being A Black Business Owner In America

The Entrepreneurial You

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 33:06


We need to take the time to help each other, to support each other, to care for our youths, and instill wisdom in our youths. Don't just talk about the change, be about the change. In this episode, we are joined by Eli Smith to learn from his experience as being a Black business owner in America. Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode:  Discover how you can be a successful business owner.  Learn how you can establish your worth.  Learn how to stay positive and motivated as a Black business owner living in America   Episode Highlights What Is It Like Being Black In America?  Eli shared that it is a struggle being Black in America.  Eli mentioned that there is the constant feeling of not being able to breathe.  He shared that being Black we hear more “no's” than “yes”. We are constantly fighting to just find our worth; trying to create values within our own communities.  Being Black in America, you feel as though you always have to try to match up in order to be equals.  We need to show support to those in our communities. Eli believes we need to normalize building up our fellow Black business owners and aspiring business owners instead of tearing them down.  Divide & Conquer- What Role Does This Play In Our Society Today? Eli shared that the ‘Divide & Conquer' phenomenon during the time of slavery, and even to this day was how Whites were able to get members of the Black community to turn against each other.  Eli spoke on a powerful concept, “Redlining”- where banks would give certain loans to those who wished to purchase a home. In certain communities, he shared that they would make sure that Blacks would not be able to own homes; placing them all together in particular cities. In doing so, it was easier for policing, easier for them to enter communities and assault Black men or women, and to treat Black children unfavorably.  In these communities, you'll find high rates of unemployment and schools without proper teaching systems.  How Can We Shift Our Mindset?  Eli also shared that in his role as a Black business owner, he always tries to give back to the community through his foundations and through his yearly summit known as the Dream Summit.  For this annual summit, he would get business professionals to come in and talk about How to Create Wealth and Value Within the Black Community.  He also shared that his company represents diversity- by hiring people from all over the world.  Eli Shares His Background  Eli shared that from the age of 17, he learned the value of a contract through his father's teachings.  Eli also shared that even from a young age, he always knew that he wanted to pursue a career in business.  He shared that his father taught him to realize that with everything you are told, make sure you do your research to know if it's true.  Knowing Your Worth Eli shared that many times we look in our communities for praise and honor, and a lot of times there are always people trying to keep us down.  There should not have to be a policy to tell you to love your fellow men.  Eli also shared that we should not place our faith in a government that has tried to keep us down.    4 Powerful Quotes from This Episode “Don't be quick to put people down” “Stop looking for acceptance from those who didn't want us here, to begin with” “We have to realize that people deserve a second chance in life” “Never take and trust what someone else is telling you without first understanding what the project is and understanding what the value of the job is” About Eli Smith Eli founded and runs successful businesses in construction and real estate development. A committed and energetic entrepreneur, he is following in the footsteps of his parents who were successful business owners for over 40 years. Eli has been recognized by Governor Cuomo for his entrepreneurial spirit and achievement in contracti...

3:59
Digital redlining and why some people are stuck with slow internet (The Daily Charge, 6/28/2021)

3:59

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 15:47


We look at how broadband deployment today mirrors the illegal mortgage practices of the past.  Story: https://cnet.co/3jjkzb2 Text us: https://cnet.co/dailycharge Leave a voicemail: 862-250-8573 Follow us: twitter.com/thedailycharge Homepage: cnet.com/daily-charge   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Faith Conversations
Mike Murphy – episode 281

Faith Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 34:39


Mike Murphy joins me in this first post-brain injury podcast. And…I think we made sense but I'll let you be the judge. We discussed some significant topics that you might want to spend some time on—Redlining, CRT (Critical Race Theory), among others. Find Erna Kim Hackett here. Find Mike Murphy... The post Mike Murphy – episode 281 appeared first on Anita Lustrea.

THE EAGLE: A Times Union Podcast

As the country prepared this month to celebrate Juneteenth National Independence Day, Collectiveffort's Jamel Mosely spent time getting to know Alice Green, Barbara Smith and Earl Thorpe, three trailblazing Black elders in the Capital Region. His filmed interviews became part of Hearst's Lift Every Voice project, which shared stories, experiences and reflections on being Black in America.  On this episode of The Eagle, Mosely talks about his vision for the project, and what he learned from the trio of icons. Also on this episode, Massarah Mikati and Eduardo Medina discuss more of their work on A City Divided, a reporting series delving into how redlining in Albany splintered the city along racial lines that have endured for decades.

Shaped by Dog with Susan Garrett
Barrier Frustration: Help for Fence Fighting, Leash Reactivity and Window Guarding

Shaped by Dog with Susan Garrett

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 16:50


Visit us at shapedbydog.com     Has your dog ever experienced barrier frustration? The frustration can escalate to aggression, and something like fence running can turn into fence fighting. The leash being on a dog can result in restraint frustration as the lead creates a barrier. Or perhaps your dog barks at other dogs when in the car? When our dogs are frustrated, they are expressing an emotion and we cannot ignore their excitement or anxiety. We can help our dog by creating a different emotional response.   In the episode you'll hear:   • About noticing the early signs of anxiety or frustration. • How fence running can quickly escalate to fighting. • Why arousal can turn to redlining and why we should care. • What we don’t want our dogs to rehearse. • How fence fighting can have consequences away from the barrier. • Being aware of everyone’s safety around dogs who have pent up emotion. • Why a redlining dog could redirect onto another dog, child, or adult. • The easiest way to stop barrier aggression. • Why to focus on the trigger to help dogs with their emotional response. • How to change your dog’s emotional state around triggers. • Strategies to help fence fighting dogs. • Why management is a big part of dog training to prevent rehearsals. • How using a head halter will help you keep your dog under threshold. • The reason to use distance to help your dog with triggers. • Games you can play that will help overcome barrier frustration. • Why the words “Winners Circle!” come with treats for your dog. • How to achieve the goal of your dog seeing a trigger and orientating to you.   Resources:   • Podcast Episode 86: How to Train Unmotivated or Overexcited Dogs - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/86/ • Podcast Episode 29: Understanding and Preventing Reactivity and Aggression in Your Dog - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/29/ • Podcast Episode 40: Using a Head Halter on a Dog, Why My Approach is so Different - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/40/ • Crate Games Online - https://get.crategames.com/ • Podcast Episode 59: Why Your Treats Aren’t Working for Your Dog - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/59/ • Podcast Episode 6: The Art of Manipulation - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/6/ • Watch this Episode of Shaped by Dog on YouTube - https://youtu.be/62V-3JsHKvE 

Voices of Reason
The historical impact of redlining with Jennifer Gnagey

Voices of Reason

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 36:15


On this episode of the Loudmouth Project's Voices of Reason, Weber State University economics professor Jennifer Gnagey delves into the impact of redlining in housing and how it has shaped communities nationwide. The website mentioned at the very end of the discussion: https://www.neighborsfurtherfairhousing.org/ The Facebook group is linked at the bottom of that web page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/936516223855691 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Cultra Trail Running
137: Spring Fling and The West Rock All Trails Challenge

Cultra Trail Running

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 87:42


What? Spring Fling 600 Minute race without Lake LoPresti? We take a deep dive into the happenings at this competitive, fun race.  EB and JM give us the inside scoop on what its like to run more loop.  Then AFB shares the details of a Redlining of the West Rock Ridge State Park, during the West Rock All Trails Challenge in Hamden CT.  Fans of the Regicides Trail will love this episode!  Spring Fling Results West Rock All Trails 7-Eleven Free Slurpee Day Ultra We’re on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/44etXyR0WbJtmKRKrP7V6M We’re on iTunes! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cultra-trail-running/id1446356779 Please support Cultra Trail Running Podcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/CultraTrailRunning Strava: https://www.strava.com/clubs/CULTRA Twitter: https://twitter.com/blueblazerunner Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cultratrailrunning/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CultraTrailRunning/ Call the Karaoke Line at 203-DOG GENT Intro Guitar by Nick, Vocals Jack Byram, and beats Jack Sevigny beatstars.com/sev_beats

The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman
'BradCast' 5/20/2021 (Guest: Ernest A. Canning on systemic racism, corruption in L.A. homeless crisis)

The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 58:36


Flow State of Mind Podcast | Health | Fitness | Physique | Psychology | Business
228. The #1 Money Belief Stopping You From 10-30k+ Months

Flow State of Mind Podcast | Health | Fitness | Physique | Psychology | Business

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2021 24:02


You are standing in your own way of generating the income you truly desire. In our rounds and years coaching other coaches in IFCA, we've come across 3 different types of people when it comes to growth and hitting a ceiling with their business. In this episode, we'll share with you why investing in yourself is a non-negotiable, the 3 types of people, and how to move before you feel "ready".   Time Stamps:   (0:50) Redlining as a Coach (2:08) False Beliefs (3:48) Feeling “Ready” (5:30) Mindset Shifts (10:20) Exclusive Live Event Info (12:00) 3 Types of People (21:40) Ratings and Reviews ------------ Register for the Impact Accelerator Live Event in Columbus, Ohio happening on June 11-13th and Learn how to Start, Grow, and Scale a Widly Profitable Fitness Coaching Business (and use Code: Fitbiz to Save 10%) ------------ FREE Copy MINI course with our TOP 10 Organic post templates. Giving you the exact templates and also teaching you the WHY behind the copywriting magic! https://www.impactfitnesscoachingacademy.com/OrganicFitnessPosts ------------ IFCA 6.0 Is OFFICIALLY CLOSED!   Below are FREE ways to grow your business in the meantime before our next round opens up.   If you want to see exactly how we’ve been able to help over 458 Online coaches sign high paying clients, on-demand, without using cold DMs, paid ads, or even a website?    We’re offering a FREE training below, showing you how the B.R.I.C.K.S method works, and how you can crush it this year as an online coach, even if you have little, to no business experience.    https://www.impactfitnesscoachingacademy.com/FreeTraining ------------ Make sure to follow the IFCA Instagram Page for daily content to help you:  ✅  Start, and Grow Your Online Fitness Coaching Offer  ✅  Lead Gen Secrets  ✅  Mindset Tools  ✅  Content Tips  ✅  Productivity Tools and Systems  ✅  Sales and Marketing Strategies    ------> Follow @ImpactFitnessCoachingAcademy  ------------- FREE Content Planner for Online Coaches! Hundreds of Prompts, Templates, and Systems to CRUSH THE CONTENT GAME   https://ifca.kartra.com/page/ContentCalendar ------------- DON’T FORGET TO JOIN OUR COMMUNITY FOR ONLINE COACHES LOOKING TO LEARN, SCALE, AND MAKE AN IMPACT IN FITNESS   Join the Free IFCA Community for Coaches who want to change lives ------------- Please make sure to follow Erin at @erindimondfitness, Jordan at @duggaestetics, and the official Fit Biz Podcast page @the_fitbiz_podcast.   Subscribe & Review in iTunes   Are you subscribed to our podcast? If you’re not, we encourage you to do that today. We don’t want you to miss out on any episode. Click here to subscribe in iTunes!   If you’re a true badass, we’d be super grateful if you left us a review over on iTunes, too. Those reviews help us climb the podcast ranks and extend our listenership and reach. Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let us know what your favorite episode was. 

To the Point
In Our Backyard: Heat is the deadliest aspect of climate change. It’s turning some underserved LA neighborhoods red hot

To the Point

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2021 44:58


Redlining and other forms of discrimination have turned LA’s Black and Brown neighborhoods into “urban heat islands” that are especially vulnerable to climate change. Community activists tell Warren Olney they’re organizing to demand a seat at the table for tree planting and stopping a planned expansion of freeways in residential neighborhoods.

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Heritage Events: Redlining and Education: How 20th Century Practices Impact 21st Century Kids

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2021


In the early 20th century, the federal government engaged in housing “redlining”—a practice that conditioned access to federally backed home loans on the perceived economic health of a neighborhood and used demographic factors such as race in those decisions. Today, underperforming public schools are too often located in the areas “redlined” by government agencies in […]

The Al Franken Podcast
WaPo Columnist Catherine Rampell Wonks Out w/Al on Economics, Race, Healthcare – You Name It!

The Al Franken Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2021 60:04