Today on Double Teamed, Cami and Niki welcome Ms. Nighteyes, The Funny Dom's Owned sub. She is an Owned submissive and Switch who is fond of sharing funny and witty memes about polyamory, Dom/sub, and BDSM. Owned but not collared, let's talk about it. We discuss 24/7 tasks, self care, slip-ups, the journey of being switchy, and more. We also get a look into how kinks are discovered, punishment, special toys, forming bonds through BDSM, flogging, and a side story about a little Shibari session. Let's get kinky! Listen Up: 00:00 Intro 01:04 Getting interested in the Dom/subworld 04:20 Dom/sub interest came naturally 07:48 What tasks fulfills you? 08:26 Owned but not collared 11:17 When was your last vanilla sex? 13:27 Becoming open about being poly and linky 15:13 Slip ups 17:51 What does being called “Baby” make you feel? 23:58 Floggers just gives you a different sensation 25:19 Switch: more sub-leaning 29:01 Discovering the Switch energy 32:07 Slip ups between Dom/sub 35:07 Sub brats gets punished more 37:51 Playing with a cane 41:44 Using unconventional things as sex toys 44:29 Representation of BDSM in media 49:28 Clothing preferences in the Dom/sub space 53:06 Shibari session with your partner 57:54 Favorite form of after care Follow Us on: Instagram TikTok Twitter You can find Ms. Nighteyes on: Instagram
Katerina Guillermo is an artist and printmaker, and I adore their kinky and erotic art!Not only does she showcase a wide variety of kinks, but also a wide variety of bodies. She is passionate about learning to draw diversity that reflects our world. We discussed representation of all bodies in art, sex work for people with disabilities, And some of the work they've been doing since quarantine began. You can actually reach out to Kat if you'd like a peace commissioned. Kat also explained the role of NFT, which is a form of basically a digital asset it's data that's used to represent a file, like a photo or a video or a piece of art, and how she's exploring it's used to sell her art. Kat is also on the board of No Divide KC, which I'm a big fan of as well. You can find Kat on Instagram @Katarina.Guillermo.
I interview the founder of Vevvy's Beauty Boutique Evelyn Villegas. Vevvy's Beauty Boutique is a Chicana-owned boutique with cruelty-free cosmetics and lashes. She shares her journey of why she decided to open up her own business & highlights all kinds of women. We discuss the mindset shift she's needed to have in order to continue to pursue her dream. Evelyn's Instagram Latina Lifestyle Legacy Instagram Latina Lifestyle Legacy Waitlist
Kathija "Kat" Mohammed is the COO of EnrichHER, a certified B Corporation and financial technology platform that matches revenue-generating companies led by women and founders of color to individual and institutional sources of funding. Since 2017, EnrichHER has deployed upwards of $4 million through its platform and matched business owners to $13 million in working capital through its Accelerator. By providing capital, coaching, and connections, they are fueling the fastest-growing demographic of business owners. Their network has engaged with over 23,000 advocates through its digital community and in-person activations. As a leader, Kat is a growth specialist focusing on building relationships and optimizing operational efficiency. She has over 10 years of operations experience previously working for a non-profit as a Director of Education where she developed educational and professional development programming for hotel owners across the US. She also has experience in data analytics, operations, commercial lending, and retail. Kat is motivated by her desire to positively impact as many people as she can in her life along with her family. Kat is a lover of life and when not honing her professional skills, she can be found enjoying the outdoors or doing creative projects. What you'll learn Why EnrichHER exists, their overall mission, Kat's role as COO, and why they certified as a B Corporation. EnrichHER's experience with going through the extensive B Corp certification process. What issues and barriers still exist for female founders and founders of color within the funding ecosystem. What Kat sees as the biggest area of opportunity for funders, investment firms, and companies like EnrichHER to continue this focused work on diversity, inclusion, and access to capital over the next 5+ years. How to make sure your mission and vision stay locked in and that you're responding to the needs of your stakeholders as you continue to grow rapidly. What is giving Kat the greatest hope for a sustainable future through businesses as a force for good. Follow / Learn More Follow EnrichHER on LinkedIn Follow Kat on LinkedIn Sign up for the EnrichHER Newsletter Email email@example.com Follow EnrichHER on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube We Love Our Community Partners B Local G Georgia: a collection of for-profit companies each dedicated to creating a future where businesses operate as a positive influence on society Inspiredu: Nonprofit Leaders Bridging The Digital Divide AppBarry: Custom Web And Mobile Application Development Classic City Consulting: WordPress Website Development Stratfield Consulting: Consulting, Staffing, Recruiting See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
One of the most common questions artists have is about achieving gallery representation. In this episode, I present three ways to improve your chances of representation: research, connection and understanding the actual mechanics of selling art and how a gallery operates. I also cover the importance of maintaining a database to track your approaches, the best way to maintain a positive relationship with your gallery, and more. Gallery website: www.JenTough.galleryJoin the Artist Alliance: ArtistAllianceMembership.com
In the first part of this two-part episode, Phil speaks with Arthur Garcia, a tech leader, co-founder and COO of SOMOS and co-founder of Contabi Alliance. Arthur talks about his work with Contabi Alliance that connects with Latino accounting professionals. He also discusses what he's doing to educate future generations of Latino CPAs and bridge the gap between accounting professionals, CPAs and its partners.
In this week's episode our host, Rachel Wilkins, dives deep into a topic that is of interest among many artists, which is gallery representation. She breaks down the types of galleries and services offered and how to check if they are relevant for your artwork. She walks through the process of getting gallery representation, the pitfalls and finally gives tips on how to prepare before submitting any proposals to galleries.
Please remember to rate and review our podcast on Itunes, CastBox or on our website! Please check out our Patreon and Youtube as well. CHISME DE LA SEMANA: Netflix Guillermo Del Toro Anthology of Horror chisme. ON MY RADAR: Comic book trade paperback of Home will be available Nov. 23, 2021! HORA DE LA CERVECITA: Liquid Candy by Tarantula Hill Brewing Co is a IPA BOOK REVIEW: Russ5377 by: Jorge Medina and art by Dr. Who colors by: Edwin Domingo EN LA LIBRERIA: Kickstarter How To Draw Black People Volume 2 Black Culture, Aesthetics, and Representation. http://kck.st/39Xtk4M JUNTOS Y FUERTES: Students Run LA-Our Mission The mission of Students Run LA is to challenge underserved secondary students to experience the benefits of goal-setting, character development, adult mentoring and improved health by providing them with a truly life-changing experience: The training for and completion of the Los Angeles Marathon. www.srla.org SALUDOS: Nostalgic Books and Comics is moving to a new location! 513 South Del Mar San Gabriel, CA 91776 @nostalgiccomicshop www.5meatscomics.com ko-fi.com/5meatscomics Instagram: @5meats
“It's not easy to do the right thing, but at the end of the day it's the right thing to do.” – Daffduff_art Welcome to another episode of Suuuper Anime podcast, Black History Month aka BHM edition. Where in the month of October we will be showcasing and speaking to black content creators on their chosen profession who are all either within the anime industry or love anime just as much as we do! Our guest for this episode was David Onaolapo known by the alias Daffduff_art. David is a suuuper talented illustrator, being invited to Kamehacon to be the lead artist, check out his Instagram and social links below for his art as well as the discussion points of what we discuss. David Onaolapo (Daffduff_art) socials Website: Click here for his link tree webpage. Gum road – Buy Bespoke illustrations made for you by clicking here Instagram: daffduff_artTwitter: daffduff_art You Tube: View You Tube vids of him drawing here We discuss the following things: What character Daff (David) would love to cosplay? How did Daff get into anime? How Daff started illustration and got into illustration?Why Yusuke Murata has the “god hand” when it comes to illustration?How he started with illustrating marvel/DC Comic characters and then transferred to anime?Moving from illustration to digital illustration?David talks about why networking is crucial for any creative artist?Which manga or anime would David love to work and illustrate on? Does the industry need to do more for black and people of colour or should black and people of colour take it on themselves to do their own stuff? Why Vegeta was changed to make the process of drawing him easier?Talking about FIFAWhat team he likes to use in FIFA?We end the show with the Suuuper quick fire roundCan you guess if David likes Pokemon or Digimon? This and more revealed! If you enjoy the podcast, please don't forget to FOLLOW, RATE and REVIEW the show (it takes less than 30 seconds) Please do also share with anyone you fill will enjoy the show. Doing so will allows us to grow the show and encourage us to keep putting out more content. Also as mentioned we love your reviews, so please keep them coming and will read them out in future shows.In case you're wondering here is how to rate and review our show.Also, to keep conversation going were super keen to hear your thoughts, questions and opinions on the show's discussion points, so please do drop us a voice note on our website www.suuuperanimepodcast.com or email at www.suuuperanimepodcast.com/contact Suuuper podcast title inspired by Davido – Activate| Listen Here! Social media linksInstagram: SuuuperanimepodcastFacebook: SuuuperAnimePodcast Twitter: @Suuuperanime
In honor of Indigenous Peoples' Day, Sound & Vision Assistant Producer Grace Madigan profiles Native musicians Lil Mike&Funnybone, Samantha Crain, and Halluci Nation about their involvement in the recent TV shows Reservation Dogs as well as in Halluci Nation's case, Rutherford Falls, and how important and meaningful Native representation is in mainstream entertainment. KEXP's Martin Douglas also chats with the music supervisor for Reservation Dogs, Tiffany Anders. Hear about the older Native American folk and psych rock musicians whose music did and didn't make the cut for the show. This is a special Indigenous Peoples' Day Episode of the Sound & Vision podcast. We're releasing this episode one day early to coincide with KEXP's celebration of Indigenous People's Day. Check out KEXP.org, the KEXP mobile app, or 90.3 FM in Seattle on Monday, October 11th, for music celebrating Indigenous peoples of the world. If you miss it in real time, you can still access this special day of programming until October 25th on KEXP's 2-week archive. Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/sound/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this special SpOoOOoky Halloween season episode, Paulina and Jess interview Caribbean-American activist, educator, and scholar Emani Jerome about horror films and representation, with a special focus on race, gender, and class. We're also honored to have Emani as our first non-Romani, or "International Relations" guest! Emani takes us through a list of films, including but not necessarily limited to Get Out, The Witch, Midsommar, Eraserhead, Candy Man, Birth of a Nation, Blacula, The People Under the Stairs, Tales from the Hood, The Wickerman, Poltergeist, Cannibal Holocaust, and more. We also touch on Black Mirror and the intersection of horror and sci-fi, and distinctions between the two. We examine the use of common race and class tropes, the role of horror films in culture, and the emergence of new horror by BIPOC filmmakers. Spoilers and cursing are abound in this highly entertaining and thought-provoking episode. Follow Emani on Instagram @emanijerome.Special shout out to Romani filmmaker Victoria Bell and her first debut horror film Heir of the Witch. Follow her on Instagram at @victoria_filmmaker.You can find us on Instagram @romanistanpodcast, and on Facebook under the same name, and on Twitter @romanistanpodWe started a Ko-fi fundraiser to help us expand. Our goal is to release 2 episodes a month, create video content, like an advice column and other treats, and we would also like to register as a nonprofit so we can produce content by other Romani & Sinti creators. We are hoping to cover production costs, like paying for our hosting site, website, editing and producing, and all the rest. We would love it if you could contribute and spread the word. The link is Ko-fi.com/romanistan. Thank you so much to everyone who's donated. Please rate, review, and subscribe. It helps us so much. If you would like to advertise with us, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We offer sliding-scale for Romani, Sinti & related businesses, so reach out!You can find Jess, on Instagram @jezmina.vonthiele, and you can find her vintage and curiosities shop Evil Eye Edit on Instagram @evileyeedit & Etsy.You can find Paulina Verminski on Instagram @_paulina_v_ and at her holistic healing and specialty store online at https://romaniholistic.com/ and in Newport Beach, CA. Follow on Instagram @romaniholistic Romanistan is hosted by Jessica Reidy and Paulina VerminskiConceived of by Paulina VerminskiEdited by Carlo PatrãoWith Music by Viktor PachasAnd Artwork by Elijah Vardo
Shannon Jones (she/her/hers) is the Director of Libraries for the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. Prior to her arrival at MUSC, Shannon worked as the Associate Director for Research and Education for Tompkins-McCaw Library for the Health Sciences at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. Shannon focuses her research on staff recruitment and retention, diversity, equity, and inclusion in libraries, and leadership in academic health sciences libraries. Shannon is the co-editor of Diversity and Inclusion in Libraries: A Call to Action and Strategies for Success. She holds an MLS from North Carolina Central University and an M.Ed. in Adult Learning from Virginia Commonwealth University. She is currently pursuing an Ed.D in Educational Leadership at Charleston Southern University. Beverly Murphy (she/her/hers) serves as the Assistant Director of Communications and Web Content Management at the Duke University Medical Center Library & Archives where she manages and maintains the Library's website, marketing, and digital communication. Beverly has been a librarian for 40 years and is an alumnus of North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC, where she received a BS in Biology and a Masters in Library Science. She is a Distinguished member of the Academy of Health Information Professionals and has served in a variety of capacities for the Medical Library Association (MLA) including serving as the first African-American President of the Association, an MLA Fellow, MLA Diversity and Inclusion Task Force Board Liaison (now Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee), and Chair of the MLA Professional Recruitment and Retention Committee. In addition to MLA activities, Beverly is active in the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of MLA and the Association of North Carolina Health and Science Libraries (ANCHASL). Along with Shannon Jones, Beverly is co-editor of Diversity and Inclusion in Libraries: A Call to Action and Strategies for Success which was published in August 2019.
Vermont's three members of Congress have served a combined 93 years in the U.S. House and Senate. They've accrued an unusual amount of power and influence for one small-state delegation. But they won't remain in Washington, D.C., forever. Whenever the next vacancy occurs, it could represent a once-in-a-generation chance to reshape Vermont's congressional representation.Recorded live at a VTDigger virtual event this week, veteran political professionals Liz Bankowski, Dennise Casey and Julia Barnes, as well as VTDigger political reporter Lola Duffort and managing editor Paul Heintz, discuss the future of the state's delegation.
Today's conversation is with Iowa based filmmaker, actor, stunt coordinator, fight choreographer Nick Messersmith. We talk about the martial arts, stunt work, acting, filmmaking, plus representation in the film industry. Matter of fact, we cover so much territory that I split it into 2 parts. Today will be part 1 and then on Oct 16 I will be releasing part 2.I also touch on what is going on in my life and why the delay in new episodes.
Learn about outside-of-the-box thinking with the 2nd part of my interview with Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez, the creator of the hit comic La Borinqueña. In today's episode, Edgardo tell us how he got unique contract opportunities and came up with creative licensing deals, including chocolate bars and a toy deal!Edgardo also teaches everyone an important lesson about asking for what you want and how he was able to create opportunities that worked for him. This allowed him to create this amazing comic that is so much more than just a superhero story. It's become a symbol of social change and hope for Puerto Ricans. Listen to learn more about how Edgardo infused his values into his work and gave many different types of Puerto Ricans much needed representation in his comics. By the end of this episode I hope you will feel inspired to work on a project that has a piece of your identity or story in it, or just something that is close to your heart. MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:For the links and resources mentioned in this episode, head over to the episode page at www.thetoycoach.com/94
Historical reenactments can be a way to bring history to life for students as well as for sightseers visiting historical landmarks. But the harm and the trauma that can be reintroduced in doing so is Worth Noting.Links:Ending Curriculum Violence (Learning for Justice, Spring 2020)Sources consulted:“High School Under Fire For Project Reenacting Slavery'” (KAL9, September 18, 2017)“What It Felt Like'” (Slate, May 20, 2019)“Despite calls to hear from students and staff, Newberg school board approves ban on Pride and Black Lives Matter flags'” (OBM News, August 11, 2021)“Newberg High School students participated in virtual 'slave trade''” (KGW8, September 14, 2021)“Newberg teacher's aide explains why she wore blackface'” (KATU2, September 23, 2021)“All eyes on Newberg school board as vote banning political symbols looms'” (OBM News, September 27, 2021)“Newberg school staff member who wore blackface to protest vaccine mandate reportedly fired'” (KGW8, September 24, 2021)
Representation is a big issue for BIPOC people, and representation in church music? Even more so. This is the first episode on our theme of representation: why it is important, and what is overlooked when equal representation is missing. Cara and Michael chat about some observations Cara’s picked up in her capacity as a music student and professional musician, and why “merit-based hiring” is a good way to shut out entire demographics of professionals.
Syukuro Manabe and some other people win the Nobel Prize, illustrating a lot about how and why Japan claims people as Japanese. We talk to Mary Kobayashi about how she defines her Japanese identity, and how media representation works to define "Japanese..." as sexy, anime robot.The average age of Ollie's friends is getting lower.Bobby recycles.Topics discussed on this episode range from: Brian's back! Performance anxiety and the introvert/performer paradox Syukuro Manabe's Nobel Prize Win How Japan latches on to successful members of the diaspora even when they've left Japanese people trying to monopolize all the good qualities A thorough interrogation of how Bobby racially profiles his children How using "Japanese people are okay with us loving their culture" to defend cultural appropriation Mary's research into who the most popular Japanese characters are The stereotypes that get used in Western Media to depict Japaneseness The stages of minority representation, and how anti-stereotype roles are still racist Mary's experience with adult swim and in the entertainment industry Her take on how Western Media handles Asian representation, whitewashing and tokenism How Korean Entertainment contributes positively to representation Terrace House How the discussion of what Japaneseness is has moved from one that happens mostly in Japan to one that happens globally Topics discussed on the extras include: Mary's mom knew who Bobby was How Bobby curates his personality depending on what jobs he's doing. The teenage Ollie Horn who's beating Ollie out of the google search results Mary's experience in comedy, music, and entertainment overall The unfortunate timing of her departure from Adult Swim due to a move, and the advent of remote work The experience of having to do entertainment on ZOOM MUCH MUCH MORE Get access to the extras for standard episodes by supporting the podcast for less than $1 an episode by becoming a member at http://buymeacoffee.com. Have something you'd like to say? Send us a fax at japanbyrivercruise.com - it works now.or Tweet to us at @jbrcpodSocial Media Links:Mary Kobayashi: Twitter Ollie Horn: Twitter | InstagramBobby Judo: Twitter | Instagram | YouTubeOther things to click onSome are affiliate links because we're sell-outs We record remotely using Squadcast and the podcast is hosted on Transistor. Bobby uses the Samson Go Mic and Ollie uses the AT2005USB mic ★ Support this podcast ★
Non-profit boards are experiencing a culture shift. For the first time, many boards are leaning into virtual formats, creating new opportunities for more people to get involved. Krista Martin, vice president of growth at Boardable, examines these changes every day in her work. She explains how the movement to online will make boards more accessible, and more accountable, to the communities they serve. Takeaways: Non-profit boards are entering a period of transition. Transparency on boards often comes down to making the right info available. Boardable is evolving as a product to help boards rethink how they operate. Things To Listen For: [0:55] What Boardable is and why the product focuses on non-profits [1:54] The traditional way boards meet [3:05] How going fully virtual forced boards to change [4:00] How Boardable's internal experiences with hybrid work informed the product [5:35] Why boards today are facing a “culture shift” [6:10] Boardable product features that level the playing field for involvement [7:08] Why context is everything in virtual board meetings [7:40] Virtual board meetings create opportunities for community engagement [8:40] Krista's personal experience serving on a board as a young mother [10:00] Why non-profit boards should reflect the communities they serve [11:30] How to create a “board culture” [14:10] An exploration of Boardable's product features [17:30] The challenges to creating diversity on non-profit boards [18:10] Technology can't solve all problems, but it can introduce change faster
How can we solve America's division - is ranked-choice voting the answer? Justin and Lance discuss how ranked-choice voting works, and how it could change the American political system. tags: tsou, justin weller, lance jackson, voting, ranked-choice, politics, democrat, republican, bipartisan, representation, election, poll, president, governor, mayor, race
If you're wondering just how much of yourself you should put into your intellectual property, you need to listen to Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez' amazing story. You might be afraid to truly put yourself, your identity, or your story out there in your intellectual property because you worry it could hurt your chances of success, but the opposite is true, especially when you are focused on what the application will be. Today's episode features Edgardo's story of how he infused his identity as a Nuyorican into the hit comic series La Borinqueña. It all started as a costume idea for the Puerto Rican Day Parade in NYC, and now is not only a comic book series, but a symbol of social justice for Puerto Ricans. He self published the series, and due to its success, has raised nearly $250,000 for grassroots organizations in Puerto Rico. This inspirational story shows that authenticity, when combined with strong values can work! It also shows how much representation matters. This is just part 1 of my interview with Edgardo. Stay tuned for part 2!MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:For the links and resources mentioned in this episode, head over to the episode page at www.thetoycoach.com/93
One of the most consequential ideas in Halûme is the Aspects. Throughout the Aevums, their presence has marked the most significant events to occur. But how do the implications of them affect the cosmos as a whole? Are there ways their current representation could be enhanced?———Curious about something you heard in this episode? Chances are you can find out more about it in the Record of the Lorekeeper!———Want to learn more about Halûme? Got some ideas of your own? Join the conversation at www.reddit.com/r/thelorekeepers or by visiting our homepage at thelorekeepers.com and clicking on "Canon". Note that it may not render properly on your browser. If so, try using Chrome.Questions or ideas? Visit r/thelorekeepers!Website: thelorekeepers.comEmail: email@example.comTwitter: @thelorekeepersLorekeepers art by Sam Wade.Instagram: @bysamwade
Season 2 of Netflix's Sex Education introduces the character Florence and teaches about asexuality in a heartfelt scene that resonated with many in the ace community, but is this actually good asexual media representation? We argue, no.
This week, Mauricio (@mbcmia) and Stephen (@ssc831), the husbands and fathers at @mydosdads are our #QueerRelationshipGoals. Not only are they unapologetically human and wonderfully relatable, but they are also fathers to a beautiful little girl. You can check out the book of their adoption journey here. We absolutely love them and think you will too! Then, Marko and Tony get together to talk about the current state of queer representation in entertainment, especially on TV and in sports. The guys discuss the lack of representation during their youth and the budding presence of queer characters on television as they entered their adolescence. Finally, Marko and Tony are joined at the Critable by the first openly gay professional hockey player, Brock McGillis (@brockmcgillis33) to learn about his journey from denial to acceptance to public figure. We enjoyed the conversation so don't miss this episode!Articles:GLAAD: Where We Are on TV Report 2020NPR: Why There Are Few Openly Gay Athletes In Men's Professional SportsShit to Put On Your Radar:Join the Critellis live from Punta Cana for the October edition of our Virtual Meet & Greet on Wednesday, October 20th at 8pm EST. The guys will host an IG Live from the beach with guests asking questions and joining in on the conversation. Our friends over at the Minoritea Report podcast have merchandise! Support the BIPOC gay podcast by making a purchase here.A very special thanks to friend of the podcast and all-around incredible human being, Fleurette (@fleurette_soextra), for sending us a five-year wedding anniversary present. We loved the candles from PrideCandle.com and highly recommend them!Sh!t | Leave us a voicemail with your relationship sh!tuation at (903) POD- SHIT. That's (903) 763-7448. You can also fill out a Listener Sh!tuation on our website, podrelationshit.com, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit Us | www.podrelationshit.com for more Relationsh!t content and information about the podcast.Donate | Head over to patreon.com/podrelationshit and start donating today! Your donations will give you early access to the podcast, behind-the-scenes interviews with our weekly guests, and merchandise.Rate Us | Go to your favorite podcast directory and give Relationsh!t a 5-Star rating, and a fantastic review!Follow Us | Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook: @podrelationshitAnd follow Marko and Tony on Instagram (@thecritellis) if you want a BTS look into their relationship and adventures!Support the show (http://www.patreon.com/podrelationshit)
Today is episode two of our five-episode series on women in law enforcement. Guests include Brenda Dietzman, former colonel and under-sheriff for the Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office in Wichita, KS; Shannon Paulson, assistant commanding officer of the LAPD's Counter-Terrorism and Special Operations bureau; Maggie Varela, former Miami-Dade PD lieutenant; and Kristen Ziman, former chief of the Aurora, IL PD. In today's episode, they discuss representation of women in law enforcement, the importance of seeing women in leadership positions and the specific skills women bring to law enforcement.
Episode SummaryAmid mounting pressure from new leadership, Disney animators ushered in a new era with its first ever computer-generated image (CGI) sequence in The Great Mouse Detective (1986). Erin and Rachel discuss their attraction to Disney characters and their puzzlement with the lengthy cabaret sequence in this Sherlock Holmes-inspired adventure film.Episode BibliographyBlack, R.S., & Pretes, L. (2007). Victims and victors: Representation of physical disability on the silver screen. Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, 32(1), 66-83.Bogdan, R., Biklen, D., Shapiro, A. & D. Spelkoman. (1982). The disabled: Media's monster. Social Policy, 13(2), 32-35.Culhane, J. (1986, July 27). 'The Great Mouse Detective' Gives Clues to the Future of Disney Animation. The New York Times, 16.Darnton, N. (1986, July 2). Film: 'The Great Mouse Detective'. The New York Times, 29.Donnelly, C. E. (2016). Re-visioning negative archetypes of disability and deformity in fantasy: Wicked, Maleficent, and Game of Thrones. Disability Studies Quarterly, 36(4). Ebert, R. (1986, July 2). The Great Mouse Detective. RogerEbert.com. Retrieved August 17, 2021, from https://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/the-great-mouse-detective-1986Fanning, J. (2016, June 30). Did You Know? Unravel 8 Sneaky Facts from The Great Mouse Detective. D23. Retrieved August 24, 2021, from https://d23.com/did-you-know-unravel-9-sneaky-facts-from-the-great-mouse-detective/Frayling, C. (2014). The Yellow Peril: Dr. Fu Manchu and the rise of Chinaphobia. Thames & Hudson.Goldstein, A. O., Sobel, R. A., & Newman, G. R. (1999). Tobacco and alcohol use in G-rated children's animated films. JAMA, 281(12), 1131-1136. doi:10.1001/jama.281.12.1131The Great Mouse Detective. (n.d.). Wikipedia. Retrieved August 17, 2021, from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Great_Mouse_DetectiveKorkis, J. (2011, February 23). How Basil Saved Disney Feature Animation: Part One. Mouse Planet. Retrieved August 24, 2021, from https://www.mouseplanet.com/9534/How_Basil_Saved_Disney_Feature_Animation_Part_OneKorkis, J. (2011, March 2). How Basil Saved Disney Feature Animation: Part Two. Mouse Planet. Retrieved August 24, 2021, from https://www.mouseplanet.com/9549/How_Basil_Saved_Disney_Feature_Animation_Part_TwoMotamayor, R. (2020, April 2). Revisiting ‘The Great Mouse Detective', the Unsung Kickstarter of the Disney Renaissance (And One of Disney's Creepiest Movies). /Film. Retrieved August 17, 2021, from https://www.slashfilm.com/the-great-mouse-detective-revisited-2/Ness, M. (2015, October 22). This, Too, Started With a Mouse. Tor.com. Retrieved August 26, 2021, from https://www.tor.com/2015/10/22/this-too-started-with-a-mouse-disneys-the-great-mouse-detective/Peraza, M. (2010, April 1). Basil of Baker Street. Ink and Paint Club. Retrieved August 24, 2021, from http://michaelperaza.blogspot.com/search/label/Basil%20of%20Baker%20StreetSiskel, G. (1986, August 8). Flick of Week: 'Vagabond' One of Finest Films in Years. Chicago Tribune.Steinmetz, J. (1986, July 2). 'Great Mouse Detective': Vintage Disney, Updated. Chicago Tribune.Tran, D. N. (2008, December 12). The Great Mouse Detective Film FAQ. Basilans.com. Retrieved August 24, 2021, from http://www.geocities.ws/basilians/library/faq/film.htmWillistein, P. (1986, July 27). A Very Animated Fellow Candy Candido Lends Vocal Support to Some Memorable Disney Characters. The Morning Call.Wire-frame model. (n.d.). Wikipedia. Retrieved August 17, 2021, from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wire-frame_model
When not trying new vegan recipes, Chelsea Grey (https://www.linkedin.com/in/cagrey/) is riding her Peloton or tracking her packages. At the time of recording, she was a senior congressional staffer in the House of Representatives, but has now transitioned back to Atlanta with the hopes of continuing her political career. For the last five years, she was covering policy on education, transportation, women and LGBTQ+ issues, foreign affairs, and much more. New York-born, Georgia-raised. By listening to this conversation with Chelsea, you'll learn about: - Being more than your resume - Establishing community - Making an impression in interviews - The problem with unpaid internships - Barriers to opportunity in government - The importance of equitable promotions and pay - Recognizing the unique experiences of underrepresented people in government - Representation on the Hill: getting better, still not great Twitter: @chelsgrey
In honor of this month and to continue the conversation on Representation in Reality TV, Felipe (@whatthefleep), Geneva (@peacelovegen), and Humberto (@urrutiahumberto) discuss Hispanic and Latinx Representation on Competition Reality Shows. The post Hispanic and Latinx Representation on Competition Reality Television appeared first on RobHasAwebsite.com.
Representation matters, so we are joined by TK and Tez to have an in depth conversation about the gay community. They discuss their own experiences being gay , while also teaching us things we do not know. Follow Us:Twitter@baddieque@coolasdq@yeahitsapodInstagram@baddieque@justdq@yeahitsapod
"We battle with so many things culturally as people in this industry begging to be seen and given a chance.So in advocating for yourself, just having people say "you can" and "you should" is so supportive."What goes into advocating for yourself when your career hinges on getting representation and book deals on the stories that you so eagerly want to share with the world? How does your view on representation evolve as you go through the journey of crafting an untold story?The Kimchingoos get real with us in part 2 of our conversation, and we're so thankful for their wisdom, insight, as well as their empowering friendship. We hope that y'all get that warm feeling in your heart too as you hear these ladies hype each other up and share intimate thoughts on the podcast.Learn a bit about Graci and Grace, and make sure to follow everyone on social media
Last October, the all-white school board of the Central York School District in York, Pennsylvania, unanimously banned a list of educational resources. The books included on this list are Worth Noting.Links:List of diversity resources banned in Central York schools (accessed September 22, 2021)Equity Book Resource List (accessed September 22, 2021)Sources consulted:“STUDENTS PROTEST BOOK BANS IN PENNSYLVANIA SCHOOL DISTRICT'” (Book Riot, September 9, 2021)“SCHOOL DISTRICT MAINTAINS BAN OF ANTIRACIST BOOKS DESPITE STUDENT PROTESTS'” (Book Riot, September 15, 2021)“School district bans books on Rosa Parks and Malala. Now students want answers'” (CNN, September 16, 2021)“Students fight back against a book ban that has a Pennsylvania community divided'” (CNN, September 16, 2021)“Central York school board votes unanimously to rescind book ban: ‘It has taken far too long'” (York Daily Record, September 20, 2021)“Central York School District reverses diversity book ban'” (Fox 43, September 20, 2021)“In Central York, kids rose up to save books on MLK, Rosa Parks from their parents | Will Bunch Newsletter'” (The Philadelphia Inquirer, September 21, 2021)
Gwinnett and the Elisha Winn House prepare for the 42nd Winn Fair; Duluth Fest drew a great crowd as the weather cooperated; And the initial draft of the redistricting map would see some big changes in Gwinnett's representation. #GwinnettCounty #Georgia #LocalNews - - - - The Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast is local news for Lawrenceville, Norcross, Duluth, and all of Gwinnett County. Register Here for your essential digital news. This podcast was produced and published for the Gwinnett Daily Post and GwinnettDailyPost.com by BG Ad Group on 9-30-2021 For advertising inquiries, please email email@example.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. Maithra Raghu is a senior research scientist at Google working on analyzing the internal workings of deep neural networks so that we can deploy them better keeping humans in the loop. She recently graduated from Cornell University with a PhD in CS and previously graduated from Cambridge University with BA and Masters in Mathematics. She has received multiple awards for her research work including the Forbes 30 under 30.Questions that we cover00:00:00 Introductions00:01:00 To understand more about your research interests, can you tell us what kind of research questions you are interested in while working at Google Brain?00:04:45 What interested you about it and how did you get started?00:15:00 What is one thing that surprises/puzzles you about deep learning effectiveness to date?00:22:05 What's the difference between being a researcher in academia/PhD student vs being a researcher at a big organization (Google)?00:28:35 In what use cases do you think ViTs might be a good choice to perform image analysis over CNN vs where do you think CNNs still have an undoubted advantage?00:37:15 Why does ViT perform better than ResNet only on larger datasets and not on mid-sized datasets or smaller? 00:43:55 In regards to medical imaging tasks, would it be theoretically wrong to pre-train the model on dataset A and fine-tune it on dataset B?00:47:35 Do you think ViT or transformer-based models already have/have the potential to cause a paradigm shift in the way we approach imaging tasks? Why?00:5:25 Medical datasets are often limited in size, what are your views on tackling these problems in the near future00:55:55 From an internal representation perspective, do you think deep neural networks can have the ability of reasoning?00:58:20 How did you decide on your own PhD research topic? Advice you would give to graduate researchers trying to find a research problem for their thesis?01:04:00 Many times researchers/students feel stuck/overwhelmed with a particular project they are working on, how do you suggest based on experience to tackling that?01:10:35 How do you now/as a graduate student used to keep up with the latest research in ML/DL?Maithra's Homepage: https://maithraraghu.comBlogpost talked about: https://maithraraghu.com/blog/2020/Reflections_on_my_Machine_Learning_PhD_Journey/Her Twitter: https://twitter.com/maithra_raghuAbout the Host:Jay is a PhD student at Arizona State University, doing research on building Interpretable AI models for Medical Diagnosis.Jay Shah: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shahjay22/You can reach out to https://www.public.asu.edu/~jgshah1/ for any queries.Stay tuned for upcoming webinars!#explainableai #reliableai #robustai #machinelearning***Disclaimer: The information contained in this video represents the views and opinions of the speaker and does not necessarily represent the views or opinions of any institution. It does not constitute an endorsement by any Institution or its affiliates of such video content.***
In this episode of the May Contain Action Podcast, brought to you by G Fuel, Trevor and Paul sit down with Brandon a.k.a IamBrandonTV. Brandon is a voice for the BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ commmunities, hosted many events, and just started becoming the best DJ you need to party with. You can check out Brandon here: Twitter: @iambrandontv Twitch: @iambrandon
After a summer of reckoning around Canada's treatment of Indigenous peoples, what awaits MPs from Metis, First Nations and Inuit communities when they arrive in the House of Commons for a new session of parliament? We talk to Jaime Battiste, MP for Sydney-Victoria in Nova Scotia; and Lori Idlout, the representative for Nunavut, about the work that lies ahead.
Regrets, mistakes, reflections. These are heavy words in any profession, in any aspect of life. The brilliant and ever revered Maya Angelou said, “Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better." In this episode of Repicture, host Nyasha Kadandara asks photographers to reflect on their storytelling and what they have learned from it. What would they do differently knowing what they know now – and why? Featuring Peter DiCampo, Josué Rivas, Annie Tritt, Santi Carneri, Etinosa Yvonne and Sergey Korovayny.
71 percent of the planet's covered by ocean. It holds the most life, the most diversity, and it's the source of life. Join us this week as we talk to Dr. Wallace “J” Nichols and explore Blue Mind. In this episode, he shares the cognitive, emotional, psychological, social, and spiritual benefits of how being near, in, or on water can change your brain state and be a powerful wellness tool. About Dr. Wallace “J” Nichols Wallace “J.” Nichols, called “Keeper of the Sea” by GQ Magazine and “a visionary” by Outside Magazine, featured in Time, PBS, and many other media outlets He is an entrepreneurial scientist, movement maker, voracious idea explorer, New York Times best-selling author, international speaker, loving Dad, and strategic advisor and collaborator. He created the phenomenon Blue Mind, a powerful new universal story of water and a movement of global proportions. Blue Mind Health Documentary Blue Mind Health is the amazing free documentary series created to share how you can get energized, create more joy in your life and revitalize your health with Blue Mind. You can watch it here at http://organixx18.mybluemind.hop.clickbank.net/?pid=215&tid=podcast-20190522 What is Blue Mind? Mildly-meditative, kind of relaxed state we move into when we're near, in, on, or under water, or when we're thinking about those things. There's science backing up how water shifts our mental state, our emotional state, how it calms us and centers us, how it connects us to each other in the best possible ways, and even boosts creativity. Maintaining the Blue Mind State Prioritize your water time. Prioritize your down time. Understand what your body needs to restore May be sleep May be a long soaking bath May be a mindful shower May be a float spa – a sensory deprivation tank May be a weekend retreat to the lake, ocean, river, or mountains What is Red Mind? Our normal base state in modern society; you're wired, you're dialed in, you're over-connected, you're striving towards goals. While necessary if it's all you have you will burn out. It affects our sleep, it affects our performance, it affects our relationships, it affects our physical wellbeing, and our emotional wellbeing. What is Grey Mind? When you've hit burn out stage by living only in Red Mind constantly. It's just the burnt out, indifferent, numbed-out, disconnected, don't care much about anything anymore state, mildly depressed, or even severely depressed. And we've all been there, too, where you're just spent. And that may last an afternoon, it may last days, weeks, months, and even years. It's the chronic social and psychological stress that just eats you up, that never goes away. Relieving the Grey Mind State Exercise Diet Supplements Social interactions Experiencing the beauty of nature, being out, being in awe and wonder, out on the water, out on the mountain, and moving your body outside. J's 3 Big Takeaways Emotional health is the basis of sustainability. Have a health value equation – when we UNDERvalue anything or anyone bad things happen. Idea of common knowledge – something moves from private knowledge, or shared knowledge, into the realm of common knowledge, that we all know. Ocean Health Impacts Human Health 71 percent of the planet's covered by ocean. It holds the most life, the most diversity, and it's the source of life. Various aspects of the problems, whether it's overfishing, or plastic pollution, warming oceans Ecologically, it's obviously very important. An educational perspective, whether it's metaphors, ocean metaphors, or just learning about the ocean science, there's just educational component. The oceans are a big source of emotional health in humans. That stress that water removes, that affects every single cell in our body, every single thing we do, our creativity, our relationships, our wellness, everything, how we interact with everybody, and how we interact with everything is affected by that stress reduction RESOURCES: Blue Mind - The Documentary HASHTAG: Find More on Social Media Dr. Wallace “J” Nichols Website BOOK: Blue Mind: The Surprising Science That Shows How Being Near, In, On, or Under Water Can Make You Happier, Healthier, More Connected, and Better at What You Do BOOK: Blue Mind: How Water Makes You Happier, More Connected and Better at What You Do Quality of Life with Flotation Therapy for a Person Diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder, Atypical Autism, PTSD, Anxiety and Depression Benefits of nature: what we are learning about why people respond to nature. See The Wild (Travel Options) Evaluation of the Effect of Preoperative Natural Water Fountain Melody on Teenagers' Behavior- Preliminary Study Climatotherapy at the Dead Sea: an effective treatment modality for atopic dermatitis with significant positive impact on quality of life. The impact of blue space on human health and well-being - Salutogenetic health effects of inland surface waters: a review. More green space is linked to less stress in deprived communities: Evidence from salivary cortisol patterns Natural Scene Statistics Account for the Representation of Scene Categories in Human Visual Cortex Efficacy of Warm Showers on Labor Pain and Birth Experiences During the First Labor Stage Favorite green, waterside and urban environments, restorative experiences and perceived health in Finland. What You Need to Know About Magnesium for Depression and Anxiety Learning to Manage Stress with Amy Mercree
An interview with Dr. Rachele Pojednic, Assistant Professor and Program Director of Exercise Science at Norwich University. [T]he industry sort of sees them as a target population to change, rather than thinking of them as a target population that can be a part of our community. And so, I think, as we are entering into a space of inclusivity and acceptance, I think this really presents a timely opportunity to expand our community beyond what we've traditionally been seen as.Dr. Rachele PojednicProviding programming and services to people with obesityLanguage and framingCreating communityCreating welcoming, inclusive environmentsReaching the 80%Representation and role modelsMessaging inclusion Stages of changeIndustry change Health benefits of physical activityJoy and physical activityHealth and fitness as separate from weight lossMeeting the needs of people with obesityhttps://www.movetolivemore.com/https://www.linkedin.com/company/move-to-live-more@MovetoLiveMore
"The main reason we started was just that we didn't see that many people that look like us reporting on track and field. In other sports like basketball and the NFL, you see people of color and a lot of diversity in all of the reporting. When it comes to track, it's not really like that. I really love track and field. I love all the events. When I go to these other sites and mainly distance is getting covered, I'm thinking most of the reason why is because it's not a diverse group of people. Whenever you put culture and diversity into something, it gets better." My guests for today's episode are Aaron and Joshua Potts. You may know them as the Two Black Runners since they have their own podcast by that name. You may have watched some of their videos on YouTube or Instagram. They're creating all types of running content by the culture and for the culture, as they say. I had the chance to meet them in person for the first time when we broadcast the Trials of Miles Qualifier meet in Kansas City and they served as the sideline guys while me and Kyle Merber were in the booth. The reaction on social media and reception to the energy they brought to the show was great. They were also two of the 16 members of the inaugural Magic Boost class, which is a program that I helped lead that looks to empower, amplify and mentor the next generation of track and field content creators. Some of the videos that Joshua and Aaron were able to put together from their time in Eugene for the Pre Classic were hilarious so I'll include some in the show notes for you to check out. Get to know them a little better here. Hear their story and then support their work.
Last SAARC Summit was held in 2014. The subsequent summit, scheduled for 2016 in Islamabad, was cancelled in light of tensions between India and Pakistan over Uri attack.----more----Read article here: https://theprint.in/diplomacy/saarc-could-stay-stuck-in-limbo-now-over-pakistans-support-for-taliban-representation/739491/
In today's episode, the NWS Team draws on an earlier conversation with Zuleka about Study Abroad Programmes and Representation. We strongly encourage you to listen to part 1 of this conversation.Listeners can support our work & the production of this podcast by signing up through Patreon.ORVenmo: @nowhitesaviorsPayPalConnect with us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.You can also find us on our personal IG accounts:Alaso Olivia Patience - @olivia.risesKelsey Nielsen - @unpopularvoteLubega Wendy - @lubegawendySupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=13938785)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=13938785)
Buy Jen's book and subscribe to their Bi+ newsletter: https://www.greedy-bisexual.com/Follow Jen on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jenerous/Follow Jen on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jenerous We've all dealt with the stereotype that bisexual people are confused. But what's so bad about confusion?? The world is complicated!We're back with Jen Winston (she/they), aka @Jenerous, talking about greed, confusion, and all the other "negative" stereotypes about Bi+ people that we love to play into. We discussed Jen's new book GREEDY: NOTES FROM A BISEXUAL WHO WANTS TO MUCH (out Oct 5!), in which they go beyond bi-myth-busting, question the very nature of stereotypes and why we often consider them bi-phobic, and present their authentic, messy, personal bi narrative in a funny, relatable, and honest memoir.We also talked about the gender spectrum (a lot...), non-binary and transgender identities (and their intersection with bisexuality), Jen's non-binary identity and experience using both "she" and "they" pronouns, their slightly-later-in-life coming out process, their thoughts on male bisexuality and their relationships with bisexual men, that time they had a threesome (!!), the importance and lack of specifically-bi spaces (and how we might create them ourselves), bi men's unique ability to smash the patriarchy from within, how queer people blur the lines between types of relationships (and tend to stay friends with their exes), internalized bi-phobia and how it contributes to a cycle of invisibility, queer dating advice, bisexuality on TV, and much more! (Yeah, we covered a lot in this one.)Two Bi Guys is produced and edited by Rob CohenCreated by Rob Cohen and Alex BoydLogo art by Kaitlin WeinmanMusic by Ross MintzerWe are supported by The Gotham (formerly IFP)
We are excited to be introducing the first episode of our new series, Holding Pressure. The contents are geared towards medical students to introduce them to the field of vascular surgery. In this episode, we have a group of distinguished medical students who are leaders or founders of Vascular Surgery Interest Group at their respective medical schools to talk about their experiences. Guests: Tara Zielke (@ZielkeTara) is a 3rd year medical student and the president of VSIG at Loyola University School of Medicine Dominique Dockery (@domdoc_) is a 3rd year medical student and the president and founder of VSIG at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University Ali Hakimi is a 3rd year medical student and the co-president of VSIG and MS3 at University of Colorado School of Medicine Brian Leoce (@leocebm) is a 3rd year medical student and the president and founder of VSIG at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. Hosts: Yasong (@YasongYuMD) is a 4th year general surgery resident at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. He completed his medical degree at SUNY Downstate College of Medicine. Imani (@iemcelroy) is a 5th-year general surgery resident at the Massachusetts General Hospital. She completed her medical degree at the Charles R. Drew/UCLA Medical Education Program and also holds a Master's in Public Health from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Resources SVS VSIG Website, including access to VSIG Toolkit SVS Develop My Training Career Calling all medical students Submit your questions for the mailbag episode! Ask us any question related to vascular surgery, and have it answered on the podcast. Include the following Your name, school, and year Who you want to address the question to (resident, fellow, attending, or someone specific) Send them in writing, or in voice recorded format. Send them to HoldingPressure.AudibleBleeding@gmail.com. Also send us any ideas, suggestions, or comments. Imani's episodes on Race and Representation in Medicine The Historical Relationship Between Black America, Medicine, and Research: Deconstructing Barriers and Optimizing Care One Year Later - Moving Forward with Intentionality in Efforts to Combat Systemic Racism in Healthcare Matt's Interview with Dr. Aulivola and others at VAM21 #VAM21 Highlight, Part 4 - Jason Lee and VESS, Bernadette Aulivola and Cassius Ochoa Chaar on Outreach & Max Wohlauer on Occupational Hazard in Vascular Surgery Please share your feedback through our Listener Survey! Follow us on Twitter @audiblebleeding Learn more about us at https://www.audiblebleeding.com/about-1/ and #jointheconversation. Credits: Authors: Yasong Yu, Imani McElroy Editor: Yasong Yu Reviewers: Sharif Ellozy, Matthew Chia
Alex sits down with mother & entrepreneur, Kirsten Bennet, to discuss her new children's clothing line Boby, the importance of centering black children, and starting a business from scratch. Support Boby Here: http://worldofboby.com ______________________________ The Hey Girl Podcast is mixed & produced by Wayne Bertram. Connect with Alex on Instagram: @alex_elle @theheygirlpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices