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Timeline Gaúcha
Senadora Soraya Thronicke falou conosco sobre a criação da CPI que investiga os atos em Brasília. Também falamos da mudança na legislação contra o racismo

Timeline Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 47:33


Senadora Soraya Thronicke falou conosco sobre a criação da CPI que investiga os atos em Brasília. Também falamos da mudança na legislação contra o racismo

Domiplay República Dominicana
Qué pasa con Soraya Castillo  (La Rocka FM) / 12-enero

Domiplay República Dominicana

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 166:40


Escucha el podcast del programa Qué pasa con Soraya Castillo  a través de La Rocka FM, en Santo Domingo, República Dominicana correspondiente al jueves 12-enero-2023.

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Qué pasa con Soraya Castillo  (La Rocka FM) / 11-enero

Domiplay República Dominicana

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 166:40


Escucha el podcast del programa Qué pasa con Soraya Castillo  a través de La Rocka FM, en Santo Domingo, República Dominicana correspondiente al miércoles 11-enero-2023.

Heavy Pages: A DIVORCE journal
S4E2 Chapter Check-Up Session with Soraya

Heavy Pages: A DIVORCE journal

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 59:10


Hi, thanks for listening! Here is the link for your free Chapter Check list: https://bit.ly/Chapter_Checklist And here is the link to sign up for next weeks Masterclass https://bit.ly/DtoDMasterclass If you want to just send me a quick note, you can find me on Instagram at Heavy_Pages_Podcast  If you are interested in some ONE on ONE coaching, email me at HeavyPagesPodcast@gmail.com If you have enjoyed this episode, please consider rating and subscribing.  And be sure to share this podcast with anyone else you feel will find benefit from it. Thanks for listening, catch you on the next one! *This Podcast is created from my old journal writings. The events are portrayed to the best of my knowledge and memory. While all the stories in this podcast are true, some names and identifying details have been changed to protect the privacy of the people involved.

O Antagonista
Soraya Thronicke diz que fará 'oposição racional' ao novo governo

O Antagonista

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 1:41


Ao chegar ao Congresso Nacional para a posse de Lula (PT) neste domingo (1º), a senadora Soraya Thronicke (União-MS) disse que pretende trabalhar de forma independente e fazer "uma oposição racional" ao futuro governo. A parlamentar sul mato-grossense foi candidata à presidência da república nas eleições de 2022, fazendo oposição tanto a Lula quanto ao ex-presidente Jair Bolsonaro. "Eu gostaria que o brasil tivesse superado a polarização, mas ao mesmo tempo hoje eu estou aqui comemorando com todos os brasileiros que a democracia venceu", afirmou a senadora à jornalistas. Contudo, Soraya enfatizou a necessidade de a população estar atenta ao combate à corrupção, que, segundo ela, foi esvaziado no governo Bolsonaro. "Acho que o Brasil pode, em um futuro, ter algo melhor e sem o histórico de corrupção que existiu no governo PT". A senadora ainda disse ter sido surpreendida positivamente pela equipe ministerial indicada por Lula. Inscreva-se e receba a newsletter:  https://bit.ly/2Gl9AdL Confira mais notícias em nosso site:  https://www.oantagonista.com​ Acompanhe nossas redes sociais:  https://www.fb.com/oantagonista​ https://www.twitter.com/o_antagonista ​https://www.instagram.com/o_antagonista https://www.tiktok.com/@oantagonista_oficial No Youtube deixe seu like e se inscreva no canal: https://www.youtube.com/c/OAntagonista

CHECK THE TOKIO HOT 100
BAKU / SORAYA

CHECK THE TOKIO HOT 100

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 10:40


今日ピックアップするのは、 96位に初登場 SORAYAの「BAKU」 ピアノの壺阪健登と ジャズ・ベーシストでボーカルの 石川紅奈によるユニット、SORAYA。 元々ジャズのフィールドで活躍していた彼らが 「国も世代も超えて 分かち合うポップスを届けられれば...」 という思いから結成したユニットです。

Zafarrancho Vilima
Luis Aguilé en las Grandes Biografías de Zafarrancho Vilima

Zafarrancho Vilima

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 5:21


Hoy, cual programa de cantantes de antes de después de las uvas, recordaremos a Luis María Aguilera Picca, más conocido como Luis Aguilé, el Carrascal de la música. El pequeño Luis nació el 24 de febrero de 1936 en Buenos Aires. Cuando nació, el médico creía que era el padre de la criatura y es que el pequeño Luis siempre tuvo un cierto aire de señor mayor pero de edad indeterminada. De hecho combinaba sus primeras actuaciones en la ducha y en reuniones familiares con su trabajo en el Banco de la Provincia de Buenos Aires, porque por lo que sea en Argentina se podría trabajar desde chico. En 1951, con 15 años, consiguió dedicarse a lo que realmente le apasionaba y lo contrataron en un lujoso salón de fiestas y en la radio. Pero como con la radio no le llegaba ni pa una bolsita de shoshitos, en Mayo de 1956, con 20 años se presenta a un concurso musical donde consigue un enorme éxito y dedicarse por fin exclusivamente a vivir de la Música, como Maleso, pero él todavía va por lo de la radio. Y aprovechando el tirón, Luis graba su 1er disco un año después: “Luis Aguilé con acompañamiento de Orquesta” que quedaba mu bien en el cartel de las fiestas de Boadilla del Monte. En 1958 graba el 1er tema escrito por él, “La Balanza” que pesaba a los canallas y lo interpretaba vestido de Elvis de Pichardo y pronunciando como el Poyeya de Soraya, porque Luis cantaba como si fuera francés y hubiera aprendido español a los 37 años. Aguilé tuvo su primer contacto con España en 1960 cuando actuó en el Festival para la Juventud de Barcelona, pero como se llevó este fuerte aplauso del público, se volvió a Argentina dónde rodó su primera película, “La Chacota” que va de cómo hacer un potaje de ellos. Y aquí es cuando conoce a Mariquita Gallegos, con quien tuvo un romance de los que no te da tiempo ni de coger confianza pa tirarte un peo en el sofá, pero que lo venden como si hubiera sido un película de Dinney. Al año siguiente, en 1963 y con 27 años regresa a España donde se establece definitivamente y se convierte en el Roberto Leal de antes, que salía hasta de las máquinas de tabaco pa darte el cambio. Pero Luis Aguilé lo hizo con una entrada triunfal con su éxito 🎶DILE-QUE TUAMORESPARASIEMPRE, DILE-QUÉ PORSUCARIÑOMUERES, DILE-DILE-SIEMPRE TE ADORARÉ🎶 Luis era como una Thermomix, presentaba y asesoraba programas de TV como el 1,2,3, escribía novelas y cuentos infantiles, hacía música, cine, comedia y pescadores de alambres con contrapeso que a nadie le gustaban pero que todo el mundo tenía uno en la estantería del salón. En 1967 compuso la canción “Cuando salí de Cuba” dejé mi vida, dejé mi amor, pero en realidad lo que se dejó fue el dineral que ganó porque el régimen cubano no le dejó sacarlo. Era una canción protesta, pero flojita, porque el Ché había hecho un chanchullo y al final se pudo llevar pa podé comprarse un Renault 10. En 1969 compuso el villancico “Ven a mi casa esta navidad”, que es más triste que el final de la Milla Verde y que fue utilizado en el anuncio navideño de un inmobiliaria y de “cama” en varias escenas de la serie de Jeffrey Dammer. En el 73 sacaría otro gran éxito que sin embargo ustedes lo recordarán poniendo la cara de Dinio: “Es una lata el trabajar”. En 1976 se casó con Ana Rodriguéz Ruiz, pero no le dieron tanto bombo como a la otra porque fue un matrimonio normal que duró 33 años. Ya en esta época ponía las cejitas como una Virgen triste y se secaba las ingles con el piquito de las corbatas. En septiembre de 1989 compuso el himno del equipo de fútbol Rayados de Monterrey y ya que estaba se lo compró como el que va al colmado y: “Ya que estoy aquí dame un ⅛ de Jamón, pero córtalo finito”. Este mismo también fue finalista del Premio Planeta. Como pasaba más tiempo en España que Shakira, le dieron la nacionalidad española en 1990. Ya de mayó, en 2007, publicó su último tema, “Señor Presidente” canción protesta al verse involucrado en un escándalo político por su colaboración con “ESE PARTIDO DEL QUE USTED ME HABLA” y es que Luis Aguilé utilizaba la música para denunciar situaciones injustas, pero sólo de las cosas que le pasaban a él. Desgraciadamente, Luis nos dejaba a la edad de 73 años el 10 de octubre de 2009, aunque ustedes siempre podrán recordarlo cada vez que vean una corbata muy larga o alguien les diga “Ven a mi casa esta navidad”.

Domiplay República Dominicana
Qué pasa con Soraya Castillo  (La Rocka FM) / 19-diciembre

Domiplay República Dominicana

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 166:40


Escucha el podcast del programa Qué pasa con Soraya Castillo  a través de La Rocka FM, en Santo Domingo, República Dominicana correspondiente al lunes 19-diciembre-2022.

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Qué pasa con Soraya Castillo  (La Rocka FM) / 16-diciembre

Domiplay República Dominicana

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 166:40


Escucha el podcast del programa Qué pasa con Soraya Castillo  a través de La Rocka FM, en Santo Domingo, República Dominicana correspondiente al viernes 16-diciembre-2022.

RECRUIT OPPORTUNITY FOR MUSIC
2022年12月14日(水)ゲスト:soraya①

RECRUIT OPPORTUNITY FOR MUSIC

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022


2022年12月14日(水)のオンエアには、男女音楽ユニットsorayaが登場。最新曲『BAKU』に、どんな自分達らしさを込めたか語ります。J-WAVE(81.3)にて毎週月曜~木曜22:00-24:00でオンエアしているワイドプログラム『SONAR MUSIC』にて、毎日22:41-22:46にてオンエア中。音楽との「まだ、ここにない、出会い。」 をお届けしている、『RECRUIT OPPORTUNITY FOR MUSIC』の放送アーカイブ。

RECRUIT OPPORTUNITY FOR MUSIC
2022年12月15日(木)ゲスト:soraya②

RECRUIT OPPORTUNITY FOR MUSIC

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022


2022年12月15日(木)のオンエアには、sorayaが登場。自分達のルーツとなる音楽との出会いについて語ります。J-WAVE(81.3)にて毎週月曜~木曜22:00-24:00でオンエアしているワイドプログラム『SONAR MUSIC』にて、毎日22:41-22:46にてオンエア中。音楽との「まだ、ここにない、出会い。」 をお届けしている、『RECRUIT OPPORTUNITY FOR MUSIC』の放送アーカイブ。

The Passionistas Project Podcast
Soraya Chemaly Is Expanding Women's Civic and Political Participation

The Passionistas Project Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 37:38


Soraya Chemaly is an award-winning author, activist and former Executive Director of the Representation Project and Director and Co-Founder of the Women's Media Center Speech Project. She has long been committed to expanding women's civic and political participation.  She is the author Rage Becomes Her: The Power of Women's Anger and the recipient of the 2022 Passionistas Persist Trailblazer Award. Learn nore about Soraya Chemaly. Learn more about The Passionistas Project. FULL TRANSCRIPT:  Passionistas: Hi, we're sisters Amy and Nancy Harrington. We founded the Passionistas Project to tell the stories of women who are following their passions and fighting for equality for all. The more we spoke with women for our podcast, subscription box and the annual Power of Passionistas summit, the more we saw a common trait in all of them. They are unstoppable. Whether they choose to use their voices to start a women-owned brand or fight for the rights of the marginalized, we found that all Passionistas are resilient, compassionate and persistent. Each year, we honor women who embody these qualities by presenting the Passionista Persist Awards. This episode of the podcast is an interview with one of the 2022 recipients. Our next award this evening is the Passionista Persist Trailblazer Award. The definition of Trailblazer is a pioneer, an innovator, a person who makes a new track through wild. Tonight's recipient is an activist and author who is pushing boundaries for women daily in this wild country we live in. The award is being presented by Dr. Melissa Bird, a feminist, author, healer and coach. Melissa's purpose in this world is to teach women how to step into their truth and quit playing small. Melissa: I am so pleased to be presenting the 2022 Passionist Persist Trailblazer Award to my amazing, inspiring friend Soraya Chemaly. Soraya is an award-winning author, activist and is the former Executive Director of the Representation Project and Director and Co-Founder of the Women's Media Center Speech Project. And she has long been committed to expanding women's civic and political participation. One of the things I love and adore about Soraya is that she is the author of one of my most favorite books, Rage Becomes Her: The Power of Women's Anger. And I do not think it is any coincidence that on this day of all days, on this year of all years, I get the privilege and the honor of presenting Soraya with this incredible Trailblazer Award. So, Soraya, thank you so much for joining me today to receive this amazing, beautiful, awesome, well-deserved award because you are certainly blazing many trails in my life and the lives of so many of us. Soraya: Thank you so much, Missy and thank you to, The Passionistas Project. I am really, genuinely so honored. It has been a difficult year. It's been a difficult decade, actually, and honestly, it's just nice to know that organizations like yours are thinking about the work that people are doing, that requires this kind of persistence, which doesn't necessarily mean the same thing as hope. But really and truly, I'm genuinely very, very honored and delighted to be able to have this chance to have a conversation with you again and want to just say thank you very much. Melissa: Oh, you are so welcome. God works in very fascinating ways and the fact that you and I are here together. After the Supreme Court has released so many devastating decisions just this week, like in the last literally six days. Yes, I think it is. Um, I think it is awesome actually, that you and I are together at this moment talking about trailblazing, right? And, and about how are we moving forward. Um, as part of the Passionistas Project, as part of the work, um, that Amy and Nancy have brought together and culminated so that so many people can have a platform for change and a platform for blazing trails. And I think that, you know, you and I in our professional work, Soraya, we work with so many organizations and so many people who are trying. The thing that I love about the Passionistas Project is they are doing in such an authentically beautiful way. And so the first thing I really want to talk with you about today is about the Power of the Passionista and this mission of bringing all these women together from literally all over the world to talk about making change with diversity, equity and inclusion. Truly doing it this time. Like the lineup just blows my mind every time I think about it. So what does the Power of Passionista mean to you? Soraya: When I first heard Passionista, my response was a, a little bit viscerally to think, oh, hold on. That's a word that I personally have heard that you have heard that many of us have heard. That's used dismissively. You're so passionate about that project you work on. Right. As though some of the issues that we are fighting against. Um, our pet projects that we do in our spare time because it makes us feel happy, you know, and so I actually had that initial response, but what I really came to understand and think about was the fact that there's no reason to reject the word passionate or the idea of what it implies and clearly means in this context. I mean, these are women from all over the world who are dedicating their lives to making change often in situations of. Grave, danger of risk, um, of political, uh, violence. Uh, increasingly we know this is the case. Increasingly, we know that the people at the forefront of so many movements, environmental movements, climate change, indigenous rights, uh, apportion, reproductive rights, racial justice, it's over and over and over. Women, black women, queer women, trans women, women who are just pushed farther and farther and farther into the margins. And so I think it's really important to understand what it means. Honestly, the word kind of to me lies at the nexus of the personal and political that some people have the luxury to think are. Right? We know that that's a decades old expression from the feminist world, that the personal is political. But a lot of people really still benefit from separating those two things. And, and, you know, we gain nothing by pretending that they're separated. Um, and I actually think the word Passionista, um, makes people think about that if they care to. Melissa: I think we have to have passion to keep moving on. If we remain passionate about the things that deeply impact our lives and our world and the world of other people, particularly all of the women you just mentioned, we start talking about disabled women, women who are engaging in decolonizing work. We start talking about rebellious women, women who are trying to get educated and disrupting the education system. When we think about people being the ones who are potentially gonna get us through. Then we have to understand passion. Because without passion, the drive in hopeless moments becomes diminished. And so what are you the most passionate about? Soraya: When the Dobbs decision came down, I think like a lot of people, I burst out crying. And the thing is that you've been doing this work, I've been doing this work for, oh, it feels like decades, right? Yeah. Like literally, there was no surprise in this at all. There was just profound loss and disappointment and sadness and rage. That's how I felt, you know? And it was just so eviscerating actually, because I think. If you have been on this side of this fight, seriously, you understand what just happened, what we just lost, what it represents. And that's not to diminish other losses at all, but it's such a turning point to have the right taken away. But it is a really critical point and a great unraveling. Yes and yes. Yes, yes. I'm so glad you called it a great unraveling because I think that is profoundly important for people to understand as we're thinking about, I mean, trailblazing the world as we know it will fall apart. And we're seeing it in little tiny anecdotes. Mm-hmm. you know, doctors who have a woman come into their emergency room at 11:30 PM who with an ectopic pregnancy, that's about to blow, but they've gotta get on the phone with the attorney. Yeah. And make sure they can do the procedure. Cuz her life isn't totally at risk yet, but it will be soon. Right. I, I'm just like, maybe now you understand that the single what the single issues. Not issue. It was always oversimplified into this idea of the act of abortion. And that is never what any of us was talking about, you know? And so I think the thing you were saying, what am I most passionate about? And I was kind of winnowed down into this nub of real despair. You know, just that feeling that you get, which is hopelessness. But I will admit that that was swamp. Pretty quickly by my rage. Yeah. And I think by many people who, many people had this experience of feeling this justifiable rage, but in fact, you can't let that rage hurt you. This is the point, right? If the, if the rage you feel is causing you dangerous stress or causing you to hurt yourself in other ways or. To, um, destroy relationships that are important, that that's not a functioning tool. And, and so I'm quite passionate in this moment about acknowledging anger, acknowledging the rage of the moment, and also appreciating that while it's not the conventional, socially acceptable, um, method of displaying. Anger is literally one of the most hopeful emotions because if you can maintain your anger, which is different from resentment, right? Like I feel resentment when I look back at people's decades of work that feels dismissed and lost, I'm looking back, right? That's different from a rage, which is a feeling that things can and must change. Because you don't feel rage. If you feel really genuinely hopeless. What you feel is sadness and despair and depression, and that's paralyzing. And it's okay if people feel that way because in fact, this is a sad, depressing, paralyzing moment. But I would just say that I also believe that, again, it's not, not to say embrace a rage and an anger that are destructive. It's not at all what I mean, but acknowledge that the rage and the anger are justifiable and that they need expression and that no matter what, they are hopeful. They are fundamentally hopeful. We think that in order to make change, we have to, we have to set aside anger and. And yes, what I love to refer to as Righteous Fury. Mm-hmm.  in order to disrupt systems and make a difference. And I remember so many times when I was lobbying at the Capitol in Utah for a Planned Parenthood, I would just be furious. I can't play poker, I can't keep any emotion off my damn face. And I would be so livid and then I would like take this breath and go, what has to be done? How can I communicate what is necessary to these people to help things move forward? Because I had to focus on, not me, but the thousands and thousands of people that are gonna be impacted by that. Those pieces of legislation, either that I was trying to push forward or that other people were trying to push forward. And as soon as I channeled that rage and moved it into, everything changed as long as I wasn't screaming and yelling and huffing at, at directly at human beings and being abusive and confrontational, I still got rage. I still had all the rage. Mm-hmm.  And I channeled it. Melissa: And I'm curious, when you talk about rage, what are the things that you really wanna help people who are part of this Passionistas summit understand. Soraya: Taking our rage and using it to blaze wherever we're going. There are a few things that really still strike me. Um, it's been three years since the book was published and, um, you know, it, it's one of these books I think that has a very long tale because in fact there is an evergreen quality to these ideas. Mm-hmm, you know, and, and we wanna underst. Emotionality and we in particular, I think wanna understand the role it plays in our cognition because if you are a woman, or if I'm identifying, you know, how quickly and easily people dismiss you, if you express anger. Which is why so many of us try not to show anger, feel anger, display anger. We've grown up being punished for it or, um, mocked for it. You know, that's the number one worry women have. It's not that someone's gonna be violent, it is that they will be mocked for expressing anger, which is an expression of need or an assertion of will. Right. And we're, we're, we're not supposed to have either of those, those things. Mm-hmm. , but I, I think. , there are a few things. One is to be a trailblazer and to use your passionate feelings and beliefs. Doesn't require that you take on the whole world all at once or have an institution or a structure. You know, the whole fact of trailblazing is that you find a new way. You find a way that makes sense to you, and then , most times it also makes sense to other people, but they just either didn't do it or didn't think of it or didn't have the time, but are so appreciative of the fact that you might do it. And so for some people that might be organizing a local choir to resist peacefully. In a certain way, right. To other people it may be writing legislation to other people. It may be mobilizing, um, transportation, who knows what it is, right? But I think it's really important to not feel paralyzed by the idea that there's a way to trail blades. The point is it's risky. Yes. You, you, you have to take the. People may call you stupid or you know, any number of terrible, terrible names, which 100% will happen. Okay. How you know you're on the trail. That's how you know you're on the trail. So you really have to, you have to really fundamentally be okay with people not liking you. That's the other lesson that really strikes me about being passionate and being angry as part of. We are so, so expected and socialized to be likable and to put others first, and not make other people uncomfortable. Trailblazing always makes people uncomfortable. It's okay. We need more people to be very profoundly uncomfortable. I'm thinking about my own moments where friends have come to me, or clients have come to me, or organizations have come to me and said, you know, I have this. I really wanna do it, and I don't think I should because if I do A, B or C is gonna happen, people won't like me. I'll lose my family, I'll lose my friends, which is what stops us from doing our core, what we are here to do. Right? Right. It stops us from living at our purpose. Oftentimes what I hear from people is that I must be really unique for writing the, the very first bill I ever wrote on my dining room table when I was getting my master's degree. Thinking about what propels you and the people that you know, all these women who are here as part of the summit, all these people that are connecting with all of us who are involved as either award recipients or speakers. What do you want people to know? You know, there's gonna be a lot of noise, there's gonna be a lot of us versus them. There's gonna be a lot of polarization cuz there's nothing. This country more loves more than polarizing each other. Melissa: What do you think people really need to hear about that polarization so they don't get distracted by all that noise? Soraya: Well, it's so hard, you know, because in fact the stage at which we're in the polarization is intimate, right? We're not talking about someone who lives in another state who feels differently. We may be talking as women about the person who's sleeping next to us in bed. That is a very difficult situation that millions and millions and millions of people find themselves in. The polarization is very gendered and very raced. The political polarization. Mm-hmm. But at the same time, we all know there are a lot of liberal progressive men and a lot of extremely conservative women. Yes. So, you know, I don't wanna suggest that it's straight down the line that fathers and daughters or, you know, so I, I think it's important to acknowledge. The intimacy of the issues that we're talking about and it demands of us different tactics and techniques. It demands, honestly, and this is what, this is why I gravitated towards anger as a way of shedding light on some of these issues of inequal. The inequalities are deeply intimate, right? And so the thing about anger in an intimate setting, whether it's a family setting, a religious community, which is almost always patriarchal, right? Our main religious faiths are all mainstream patriarchal, um, regardless of the community you're in. The thing about disdain, anger is that it, it erases the, even the idea of reciprocity, right? So if you're angry at people, you know, and you don't tell them who exactly are you protecting or hurting. Maybe you're protecting yourself because it's too big a risk to think, I love these people. I have dedicated my life to them. I've taken care of them, or I do it every day. But what if they don't return that care? Right? What if I say I'm very angry? This is very important to me, I need you to support me. And what they do is get angry at me for the way I express myself or laugh at me and diminish my concerns. Those are legitimate concerns because they happen every day. And so I just think we need to acknowledge the risk because in fact, the hard part about thinking about reciprocity is acknowledging. There are power. There's power at play, social power at play in our institutions at every level. So yes, in the government, but in our schools and in our places of worship and at our dining room tables, I always say, if you can't practice a hard conversation at home among the people that in that you trust and who in theory love you and support you, how are you supposed to do outside. I think that's really the thing that keeps people from engaging. Melissa: The topic of this conference is diversity, equity and inclusion, right? And I think that right there, Soraya is why people don't really authentically dig into do I work because I agree. Because if you can't have that conversation at home, right? Soraya: How in the hell are you supposed to have it in a corporation with thousands of employees. So often the onus of these conversations falls on the minority people who are most negatively affected. When we think about intersectionality, it's very often the case that you think about black women, um, or trans women, right? Yeah. And what gets erased is the intersectional nature or relevance or political. Identity of a white straight man, for example, or of a, a, a white straight woman. That identity, because it's so often conflated with a normal person mm-hmm.  as opposed to, and, and a person whose identity doesn't matter. That gets very complicated. And so when you have to do the hard work of talking about those identities, It feels as we know, like an attack on people. That's, that's where the term white fragility comes from, you know? And so imagine being, uh, a woman at the dinner table who wants to talk to her children about whiteness, and that's not really appreciated by her spouse. How is she also gonna talk about male or straightness, right? If she has a child, if she like. It's a very complicated, and I think the reason it gets so complicated is because these conversations are threats to identity. You know, they're threats to how people think of themselves as being good people. I don't know how many men I've talked to who you know, hate identity politics. Without thinking about their own identities, right? Because in fact, from their perspective, which we keep hearing over and over again, they've done what everybody can do, which is work hard and provide and protect and do exactly what they were told to do, which in fact, they are doing, they are. And in fact, there are rewards that come with and those rewards do not extend to other people. That's the point. So the diversity and inclusion conversations come, as you say, to a hard stop because they, they have to happen intimately. Yeah. You know, they, they have, they, that's, that's the only way things are gonna change. Melissa: One of the things Amy, Nancy and I were talking about as we've been trying to get sponsorships for the conference, right? Because as you do, like it's a conference, right? Sponsorships. Right. One of the things we realized really early on, because I'm like, this is a DEI, no-brainer. We have elevated like people with disabilities. Yeah. You know, indigenous folks, like trans women, like we've. I've never been so involved with an organization that actually is doing all of this. Like I, I was really surprised. Yeah. Whoa. Like, this is real, right? We're having such a hard time getting money, and I realized we, we had this moment, this epiphany, Soraya, where I was like, we're elevating the other. A hundred percent. A hundred percent. Every person involved with this conference is the other. Yeah. And corporations can all day talk about how committed they are to whomever we wanna name, but when it comes to putting their money where their mouth is Right, they don't deliver. I agree. And I'm wondering if you think. If you have any ideas about how we can all leave this summit and, and really start to hold people's feet to the fire as we're moving into this new era where so much is gonna get decimated. Soraya: I belong to many different organizations. I've set on the boards and advisory boards of many organizations dedicated to. Um, representation, diversity and inclusion in lots of different industries. And the first thing that happens, of course, is that you, you go after the easy, theoretically, money, people who you already know are predisposed. If you belong to, uh, uh, an organization that traditionally focused on women mm-hmm. , you might go after. Women donors, right? Sure, sure. Yeah. Beautiful. To an organization that focused on black women, there were far less women donors that were black women. So, you know, your, your pool might be a little narrower. Yep. But what what happens is that even as you say, it's, it's not just in your case that you've gone after the other, it's that even a word like Passionista. Marginalize as an organization. Mm-hmm, because of its feminized underlying, vaguely sexualized, you know, kind of con the language, the context, the biases that go into that. Imagine if you had this kind of organization dedicated to men trailblazers, you just probably wouldn't call it Passionista. And so we end up being marginalized just by virtue of the words and identities that we're trying to support. When we do that, we end up, first of all, just going after about two to 4% of available monies that leaves the other 96 to 98. That in terms of private money, comes from men, individual men, wealthy men. Mm-hmm and, and I'm always flummoxed. Why, why are we not asking these very outspoken, wealthy men who claim to be supporters of freedom and you know, on and on and on. I'm like, where's their money? Yes, where's their money going? I mean, I only vaguely tongue in cheek did I suggest to a friend yesterday that there should just be a Men of Conscience organization that handed money over. Here's the money. Mm-hmm, but you know, very often money comes with strings attached. Yep. And that gets very complicated for some organizations, you know? Yeah. Um, so it kind of becomes a vicious, self-fulfilling cycle, cycle of scarcity. Mm-hmm. But we do have to find. To hold people publicly accountable. Yeah. Hold organizations accountable. There's very little transparency. Yeah. That's a big problem. You know, so I don't, you know, I don't have a really easy solution. I would say though, that if you are a trailblazer and gender is a component of your trailblazing, be aware of the degree to which that becomes marginalizing. By default, I mean, for 10 years now, I've lobbying fighting, engage in activism around freedom of expression, online harassment, violence against women, and really and truly, you have to explain which gobsmacking to me still why that's a matter of democracy. Yes, right. When your most vulnerable, marginalized citizens cannot speak without the threat of violence, yes, and harm and rape and lynching and horrible things, your democracy is not functioning. We just live in a society as we know where it's not until the freeze breach. Of the most powerful, who still tend to be cisgendered, straight white men, Christian. It's not until the those rights start getting scratched at that people pay attention to democracy. There's nothing new here. This is the, you know, it's the history of the nation that doesn't make it any less frustrating. How can we come together? I think it's very important to come together. To for, you know, the, the one thing about the internet, despite all of its bad, bad aspects, is that it does enable people to come together to build fluid communities. Um, you can build, you know, chains of ad hoc communities. That are meaningful and valuable and supportive and you know, people can share moments of joy and humor and accomplishment and shared goals and visions. And I think it's very easy, particularly since we seem to be pretending we still are not in a pandemic, but we are right. In a time like this, I think it's very easy not just to feel isolated, but also to withdraw. You know, I felt that tendency where. I think it's better to be alone than to be to, to subject other people to my particular mindset. Right now, I know what that's like. We, we went to dinner last week and this weekend and I walked in. I saw a man and I thought, if he offers me a drink, I think I have to just, I'm just gonna say to him, well, what do you want me to have? Because, What the fuck where you're at. Yeah. That's where I am. Right. I'm like, I can't have a conversation. I need to not have this conversation. Yeah, right. And, but I think that's a bad instinct. What we need is more connection, not disconnection, not connection with people we're angry at. I don't want to suggest that, you know, but we need to build on the relationships that bring us comfort and joy and connect. And we need to make those connections with more and more and more people. I, I love what I, I, what I love about that is that, um, I've been saying that if we really, truly are ready to disrupt white supremacy and racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, all the things, if we are really truly there, then connecting on. And allowing ourselves to let this crumble right is really important because I don't wanna live under a regime that is founded on the doctrine of discovery and manifest destiny. That's exactly right. Like we have been, we've been, nobody knows, frankly, what the doctrine of discovery is. Right. It is the document that our constitution is founded on, which says if you go to a piece of land from wherever you are and you, uh, whatever European Christian country, whatever European Christian country you're coming from, and you discover it, then you have free reign to kill everybody who's on it. So you can discover it. Yeah. And that is the Reader's Digest condensed version in literally half a second. Melissa: But I don't wanna live under that and when we come together and hold each other in all of this and we connect wherever we're at, then we can start to figure out ways to move through this as it is burning around us. Soraya: Yeah. Yeah. And I think too in, in terms of coming to terms with what all of that really means, I think that. What's very clear is that communities that have been under-resourced and PO and and punished for centuries. For centuries, right, they have been responsible for themselves. They have already been at war with the government. They have already been punished repeatedly by the society. Yes. You know, this is not new. Honestly, what's new right now I think is the shock to white communities. Just like, just like when Trump was elected, frankly. Yeah, right. Just the shock of it. To some people that, my God, it can actually happen. And you're like, yeah, yes it can. Yeah, sure enough it can. Cause it has, it's happened over and over and over again. And so that circle of people who are negatively affected is now bigger. And I think part of the problem is the instinct in many communities is, well, we need to do something and then they start from. Instead of stepping back and thinking this would be a really good time to educate myself, to listen, to learn, to support the leaders who've already been doing this, the communities that understand how to do this, you know, and I know this too, I will say this flat out because I have seen this over and over again. What often happens, particularly among. You've seen this too, right? In feminist organizations, but philanthropic organizations that aren't specifically feminists. White women will replicate patriarchal power structures by default, you know, and, and they will act in ways that are corrosive. To other types of organizations and societies. So very hierarchical, very dominant, very power over, very top down. We've seen that. We've seen that destroy organizations over and over again. So I think it's just really important in this moment. To step back and be very self-reflective. How am I contributing to this problem structurally without knowing it? What mistakes have I made? What can I learn? How can I be quiet? How can I learn? How can I learn? Is really, I think, possibly the most important thing that can, the question people can ask right now, we all can learn. Melissa: Soraya:, thank you so much for your time. Oh, thank you. I'm blazing a trail that I can go running down to. Soraya: No, thank you again. Really and truly. And you know, I wanna say thank you to Nancy and Amy especially, um, and always such a delight to talk to you and to work with you in solidarity. Um, so thank you all very. Passionistas: Thanks for listening to the awards presentation with Soraya Chemaly, and thanks to Dr. Melissa Bird for the amazing interview. To learn more about Dr. Bird, visit DrMelissaBird.com. To learn more about Soraya, visit SorayaChemaly.com and be sure to subscribe to The Passionista Project Podcast so you don't miss any of our upcoming inspiring guests. Until next time, stay well and stay passionate.

Jogo Rápido
Soraya Santos (PL/RJ) - PL prevê ações para prevenção ao suicídio e à automutilação

Jogo Rápido

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022


UNCB Radio
Soraya Maicoñio: "El pueblo mapuche es humillado, despojado y torturado"

UNCB Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 10:07


La vocera de la comunidad reclamó por la libertad de las presas políticas mapuches.

Abierto hasta las 2
Abierto hasta las 2 - Bombai 'Camisa de flores'. El éxito está en disfrutar la vida con el trabajo - 11/12/22

Abierto hasta las 2

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 55:30


¿Quién iba a decir a estos amigos de barrio que compartirían escenario durante tantos años? Bombai son Javi, Vicente y Ramón, tres amigos de Valencia que se juntaron para componer canciones con la idea de transmitir un mensaje positivo y esperanzador y donde se reflejaran sus gustos e influencias. Este domingo interpretan en nuestro escenario su último single “Suena en las bodas”, “Vuela” y “Solo si es contigo”. Esta última canción fue la que marcó un antes y un después en su carrera. Una trayectoria que repasamos junto a su amigo, el músico Pablo Roda. Con David Otero comparten el tema “Hawai” (cd “Camisa de Flores”) a parte de muchas aventuras y escenarios. Otra artista que se une a esta fiesta de “Lo bueno” es Soraya con su recién estrenado single “Segunda parte”. Y Gustavo Almeida, músico brasileño afincado en Galicia destaca el respeto que profesa el grupo por los compañeros de profesión y por su público. Los fans también participan con sus curiosas preguntas. Y mientras suena “El Mercenario”, tema en el que explican su pasión por la música, el nombre de Nacho Mañó sobrevuela como la persona en la que confían para la composición de las letras como “Mientras tú estés conmigo” dedicada a los enfermos de Alzheimer. El ex de Presuntos Implicados aprovecha para preguntarles por lo próximo. Los valencianos ya están envueltos en la grabación de dos discos con los que esperamos regresen pronto a “Abierto hasta las 2”.   Escuchar audio

Paisley Stage, Raspberry & Rhyme
Episode #176: Album Focus- Battery Acid, ”Rita”

Paisley Stage, Raspberry & Rhyme

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 39:45


On this episode, Jeff and Soraya take a look at Battery Acid's album, "Rita".

Xtemporaneous
Episode 116: Life Lessons in 80s Movies: Reality Bites

Xtemporaneous

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 54:10


This Ben Stiller film starting Winona Ryder and Ethan Hawke focuses on the lives of 20 somethings in the 90s living in the same apartment complex and beginning their adult lives. What life lessons can we glean from this definitive GenX film? Marc and Kristina offer some answers. Sources Roberts, Soraya. 2019. “‘Reality Bites' Captured Gen X with Perfect Irony.” The Atlantic. March 6, 2019. https://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2019/03/reality-bites-captured-gen-x-25-years-later-helen-childress/583870/. Churgin, Lisa, ed. 1994. Reality BitesFilm. Directed by Ben Stiller. United States: Universal Pictures. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marc-snediker/support

Domiplay República Dominicana
Qué pasa con Soraya Castillo  (La Rocka FM) / 06-diciembre

Domiplay República Dominicana

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 166:40


Escucha el podcast del programa Qué pasa con Soraya Castillo  a través de La Rocka FM, en Santo Domingo, República Dominicana correspondiente al martes 06-diciembre-2022.

OncLive® On Air
S7 Ep53: FDA Approval Insights: Mirvetuximab Soravtansine in Platinum-Resistant Ovarian Cancer

OncLive® On Air

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 17:30


Dr Matulonis discusses the FDA approval of mirvetuximab soravtansine-gynx in folate receptor alpha–positive, platinum-resistant ovarian cancer, key efficacy and safety data from the SORAYA trial, and how further research can continue the momentum behind finding effective ovarian cancer treatments.

Domiplay República Dominicana
Qué pasa con Soraya Castillo  (La Rocka FM) / 05-diciembre

Domiplay República Dominicana

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 166:40


Escucha el podcast del programa Qué pasa con Soraya Castillo  a través de La Rocka FM, en Santo Domingo, República Dominicana correspondiente al lunes 05-diciembre-2022.

Kingdom Capitalists : For Christians Called to Start and Scale Successful Businesses
Are You Lacking Purpose in Your Career? Find it here with Soraya Autana

Kingdom Capitalists : For Christians Called to Start and Scale Successful Businesses

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 38:58


Visit Soraya's website here Guest Bio: WHO IS SORAYA?Life Designer.  Transformational Coach.  Motivational Speaker.Visionary. Creator of Magical Experiences & Abundance.Wealth generator in success mindset, personal and financial fulfillment. A passionate soul who thrives in seeing people succeed, Soraya Autana lives her life based on one principle: To inspire and empower others to greatness.Specialized in helping high-achievers identify the blocks that keep them from attaining higher levels of being (such as childhood trauma, self-imposed glass ceilings and self-limiting beliefs). Her powerful, passionate, and prosperous clients find that she is loving, caring, and that her work is, indeed, transformational. Are you ready for your next level of success?After studying interior design at the Art Institute of Huston, Soraya decided to dedicate her life to giving others the tools they need to redesign their own interior spaces of the mind, body and spirit. By guiding her clients, she empowers them to bridge the gap from where they are to where they want to be. Where do you want to be?ATTENTION Aspiring and Current Real Estate Investors: Are you ready to take your real estate career to the next level? Do you want to learn the exact steps for scaling your real estate portfolio through large, commercial real estate deals? If so, join our FREE training titled, How to Leave Your Job through Commercial Real Estate Investing ***This webinar is for BOTH brand new investors and current investors who want to go BIGGER! Step 1: Visit our website: OneConnectionAway.comStep 2: Fill Out the Registration Form (takes 1 minute)Step 3: Join us Live for our next training.Step 4: Start scaling your portfolio. Go here now to get more info: www.oneconnectionaway.comWant to follow Kingdom REI on Social Media?InstagramYoutube LinkedinFacebook

Xtemporaneous
Episode 115: Adapting Books into Movies

Xtemporaneous

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 45:35


Literature purists will always say the book is better than the movie. Is this always the case? Is it reasonable to ask the movie to cover all the themes and events from the book? This week, Marc and Kristina discuss the difficulties of turning a book into a movie or TV show. How should we judge these works? Should they stand in their own or is it perfectly fair to compare it to the experience of reading the novel? See if you agree with our take. Source Roberts, and Soraya. 2019. “‘Reality Bites' Captured Gen X with Perfect Irony.” The Atlantic. March 6, 2019. https://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2019/03/reality-bites-captured-gen-x-25-years-later-helen-childress/583870/. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marc-snediker/support

Paisley Stage, Raspberry & Rhyme
Special Collaboration Episode with ”You Don't Know Mojack”- The Last, ”Awakening”

Paisley Stage, Raspberry & Rhyme

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 91:50


On this episode, Jeff and Soraya are guests on the "You Don't Know Mojack" podcast to talk about The Last's album, "Awakening".

Escuchando Peliculas
Chavalas (2021) #Comedia #Drama #Amistad #peliculas #audesc #podcast

Escuchando Peliculas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 87:04


País España Dirección Carol Rodríguez Colás Guion Marina Rodríguez Colás Música Francesc Gener, Claudia Torrente Fotografía Juan Carlos Lausín Reparto Vicky Luengo, Carolina Yuste, Elisabet Casanovas, Àngela Cervantes, Ana Fernández, José Mota, Mario Zorrilla, Cristina Plazas, Maite Buenafuente, Frank Feys Sinopsis Marta, Desi, Soraya y Bea, amigas inseparables en la adolescencia, vuelven a encontrarse en el barrio para revivir una auténtica y tragicómica amistad. Una realidad que las obligará a enfrentarse a aquellas adolescentes que fueron y a las mujeres que quieren ser. Casi sin darse cuenta, se ayudarán a tomar decisiones importantes en sus vidas. El paso del tiempo y lo distintas que son no será excusa para que su amistad prevalezca sobre todo lo demás.

You Don't Know Mojack
230 The Last "Awakening" w/ Jeff & Soraya

You Don't Know Mojack

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 91:50


Let's Get Groovy w/ Jeff and Soraya! . . . . YOU DON'T KNOW MOJACK is a podcast dedicated to exploring the entire SST catalogue, in order, from start to finish. During the podcast we will discuss all the releases that are part of our core DNA, as well as many lesser-known releases that deserve a second chance, or releases that we are discovering for the very first time (we actually don't know Mojack!). First and foremost we are fans, and acknowledge that we are not perfect and don't know everything – sometimes the discussion is more about a time, place, feeling, personal experience or random tangents, and less about the facts (but we will try to get to the facts too). Facebook: www.facebook.com/mojackpod/ Twitter: @mojackpod Instagram: www.instagram.com/mojackpod/ Blog: www.mojackpod.com/ Tumblr: www.tumblr.com/blog/mojackpod Theme Song: Shockflesh

The Guilty Feminist
The Guilty Feminist Emergency Culture Club: Save the ENO with Stuart Murphy and Soraya Mafi

The Guilty Feminist

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 50:40


The Guilty Feminist Emergency Culture Club: Save the ENO with Stuart Murphy and Soraya MafiPresented by Deborah Frances-White with special guests Stuart Murphy and Soraya MafiRecorded 17 November via Squadcast. Released 18 November 2022.The Guilty Feminist theme by Mark Hodge and produced by Nick Sheldon.More about Deborah Frances-Whitehttps://deborahfrances-white.comhttps://twitter.com/DeborahFWhttps://www.virago.co.uk/the-guilty-feminist-bookMore about the ENOhttps://www.eno.orghttps://chng.it/c6zkmTrkKH https://twitter.com/E_N_OFor more information about this and other episodes…visit https://www.guiltyfeminist.comtweet us https://www.twitter.com/guiltfempodlike our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/guiltyfeministcheck out our Instagram https://www.instagram.com/theguiltyfeministor join our mailing list http://www.eepurl.com/bRfSPTOur new podcasts are out nowMedia Storm https://podfollow.com/media-stormAbsolute Power https://podfollow.com/john-bercows-absolute-powerFOC it UP Comedy Club https://podfollow.com/foc-it-up-comedy-clubCome to a live recordingKings Place: 21 November, 14 December: https://www.kingsplace.co.uk/?s=guilty+feministCamp as Christmas: https://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whats-on/talks-debates/guilty-feminist-presents-camp-christmas?eventId=923634Thank you to our amazing Patreon supporters.To support the podcast yourself, go to https://www.patreon.com/guiltyfeminist Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

El podcast de Jana Fernández
Cuida tu mente, con la dra. Soraya Bajat Pacios

El podcast de Jana Fernández

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 62:55


En el mundo, una de cada cuatro personas sufre o sufrirá un trastorno mental a lo largo de su vida. Según se desprende del estudio “El estado de la salud mental en España” realizado por Sanitas en abril de este año 2022, en España, cerca del 92% de las personas considera tener un buen estado de salud mental y bienestar emocional, aunque el 40,7% reconoce que podría mejorar, y un 8,3% que cree que no está en buen estado.

Paisley Stage, Raspberry & Rhyme
Episode #175: The Baseball Project

Paisley Stage, Raspberry & Rhyme

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 41:30


On this episode, Jeff and Soraya take a look at The Baseball Project.

Off The Couch
Chef Soraya Smith & CEO Duane Primozich on the Future of Backpacker's Pantry & Making Adventure Food Sustainably

Off The Couch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 44:14


Backpacker's Pantry has been family-owned and operated for over 70 years, a legacy that's as important to the brand's identity as the gourmet adventure meals they make. While that's not set to change anytime soon, they recently welcomed a new leader to take the company into its exciting next chapter. As CEO, Duane Primozich will prioritize Backpacker's Pantry's role as environmental stewards, a commitment to sustainability that goes above and beyond. We recently sat down with Duane and Backpacker's Pantry owner and Head Chef, Soraya Smith, to hear all about the company's history; where it's headed; climate change's adverse effects on the food industry; what Backpacker's Pantry is doing to reverse them; and much more.TOPICS & TIMESSoraya's background (3:03)How Backpacker's Pantry got its start (4:53)Their line of products (7:26)Recipe creation (10:24)The CEO next door (12:53)The “next chapter” (19:12)Environmental stewardship (23:47)Duane's background in climate activism (26:06)Chef Soraya's culinary influences (28:35)The freeze-drying process (33:05)Gourmet meals on trail, on the river, in the ski lodge (33:54)Climate change's effects on the food industry (36:05)Looking ahead (42:11)CHECK OUT OUR OTHER PODCASTSCRAFTEDBlister PodcastGEAR:30Bikes & Big Ideas Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Adam Carolla Show
Part 1: Vegas Recap + Sonali Chandra (ACS November 7)

Adam Carolla Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 65:36 Transcription Available Very Popular


Ace and the gang get into the problems with passion fruit iced tea before recapping another installment of the continuing cursed flight saga of Mike August. Next, Adam remembers the time he and Dr. Drew explained their rating system for attractiveness to Roseanne Barr and Traci Bingham, one of whom struggled to grasp the concept. They are joined by comedian and dancer, Sonali Chandra, who talks about her struggles dating as a virgin and what her red flags and deal breakers are when looking for a partner. PLUGS: To learn more about what Sonali Chandra is up to, visit SonaliChandra.com And check out Sonali Chandra's episode of ‘Five Guys A Week' streaming now on Lifetime.com Listen to Serj Tankian's new EP, ‘Perplex Cities', wherever you listen to music See Serj Tankian live at The Soraya on April 29th, 2023 by reserving your tickets at TheSoraya.Org THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: Geico.com SimpliSafe.com/ADAM The Jordan Harbinger Show

Adam Carolla Show
Part 2: Serj Tankian + News (ACS November 7)

Adam Carolla Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 67:42 Transcription Available Very Popular


Lead singer and keyboardist of System of a Down, Serj Tankian joins Adam in the studio to talk about his new EP, ‘Perplex Cities'. He remembers the time the band took Adam and Dr. Drew out for kabobs and recalls the experience of becoming the biggest band on KROQ. Gina Grad reports the news of today including: Elon Musk laying off Twitter employees, Twitter working on an OnlyFans-style feature, 'SNL' star Chris Redd getting punched with brass knuckles, and Kyrie Irving apologizing for posting a video with antisemitic statements after the Nets susspended him. PLUGS: To learn more about what Sonali Chandra is up to, visit SonaliChandra.com And check out Sonali Chandra's episode of ‘Five Guys A Week' streaming now on Lifetime.com Listen to Serj Tankian's new EP, ‘Perplex Cities', wherever you listen to music See Serj Tankian live at The Soraya on April 29th, 2023 by reserving your tickets at TheSoraya.Org THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: Geico.com SimpliSafe.com/ADAM The Jordan Harbinger Show

Paisley Stage, Raspberry & Rhyme
Episode #174: Acoustic Paisley Underground

Paisley Stage, Raspberry & Rhyme

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 39:16


On this episode, Jeff and Soraya take a look at some acoustic songs by The Dream Syndicate, Rain Parade, The Three O'Clock, and The Bangles.

The Official Do Good Better Podcast
GoFundMe COO and President of Classy Soraya Alexander | The Official Do Good Better Podcast #258

The Official Do Good Better Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 40:05


Today's 5-Star Guest is Soraya Alexander, who recently became the first COO of GoFundMe and is President of Classy--an online giving platform.  About ClassyClassy, an affiliate of GoFundMe, is a Public Benefit Corporation and giving platform that enables nonprofits to connect supporters with the causes they care about. Classy's platform provides powerful and intuitive fundraising tools to convert and retain donors. Since 2011, Classy has helped nonprofits mobilize and empower the world for good by helping them raise nearly $4 billion. Classy also hosts the Collaborative conference and the Classy Awards to spotlight the innovative work nonprofits are implementing around the globe. Visit www.classy.org.About GoFundMeSince 2010, GoFundMe has become a trusted global leader in online fundraising, helping to raise and deliver more than $19 billion from over 200 million donations as of August 2022. Visit us at GoFundMe.com.Get on our waiting list for our new nonprofit & fundraising community filled with on-demand courses and live webinars that are exclusive to members! Learn all about what's in store to support you and your leadership team at www.DoGoodYOUniversity.com!Special THANK YOU to our sponsors:Donor Dock - The best CRM system for your small to medium sized nonprofit, hands down! Visit www.DonorDock.com and use the Promo Code DOGOODBETTER for a FREE month!Support This Podcast! Make a quick and easy donation here:https://www.patreon.com/dogoodbetteriTunes: https://apple.co/3a3XenfSpotify: https://spoti.fi/2PlqRXsYouTube: https://bit.ly/3kaWYanTunein: http://tun.in/pjIVtStitcher: https://bit.ly/3i8jfDRFollow On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DoGoodBetterPodcast/Follow On Twitter: @consulting_do About Host Patrick Kirby:Email: Patrick@dogoodbetterconsulting.comLinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fundraisingdad/Buy Patrick's book! Fundraise Awesomer! A Practical Guide to Staying Sane While Doing Good. Available through Amazon Here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1072070359

Go Beyond: The Pursuant Listening Experience for Nonprofits
The Way We Acquire Donors Is Changing

Go Beyond: The Pursuant Listening Experience for Nonprofits

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 30:16


Acquisition can be a thorn in the side of marketers. And as the cost of acquiring donors continues to rise due to paper shortages and increasing digital ad rates, the cost of acquiring attention has gone up, too. In this episode, we're speaking with Soraya Alexander, the Chief Operating Officer of Classy. Classy's tech is well-known in the world of nonprofit fundraising, and its recent acquisition by crowdfunding platform GoFundMe will enable it to better connect communities with the causes they support. Soraya says knowing your donors is key to reaching them in meaningful ways. Taking an omni-channel approach is also essential — it's not either this or that; rather, it's how it all comes together. Instead of putting a certain channel like direct mail at the center of your outreach campaign, put the donor at the center. Another tactic Soraya recommends is to segment your donors by commonalities such as age and then talk to them differently. Nonprofits must be especially aware of generational giving. Millennials and Gen Z, for instance, are less trusting of institutions. They're driven by activism and prefer to donate directly to those who need aid. Nonprofits can take advantage of this activism by giving donors an opportunity to engage through service first. By championing volunteerism, you can build a trusting relationship and show how their dollars are being used. This engenders giving and kicks off an ecosystem of involvement.

Domiplay República Dominicana
Qué pasa con Soraya Castillo  (La Rocka FM) / 14-octubre

Domiplay República Dominicana

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 166:40


Escucha el podcast del programa Qué pasa con Soraya Castillo  a través de La Rocka FM, en Santo Domingo, República Dominicana correspondiente al viernes 14-octubre-2022.

Domiplay República Dominicana
Qué pasa con Soraya Castillo  (La Rocka FM) / 13-octubre

Domiplay República Dominicana

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 166:40


Escucha el podcast del programa Qué pasa con Soraya Castillo  a través de La Rocka FM, en Santo Domingo, República Dominicana correspondiente al jueves 13-octubre-2022.

Domiplay República Dominicana
Qué pasa con Soraya Castillo  (La Rocka FM) / 07-octubre

Domiplay República Dominicana

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 333:20


Escucha el podcast del programa Qué pasa con Soraya Castillo  a través de La Rocka FM, en Santo Domingo, República Dominicana correspondiente al viernes 07-octubre-2022.

Domiplay República Dominicana
Qué pasa con Soraya Castillo  (La Rocka FM) / 06-octubre

Domiplay República Dominicana

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 333:20


Escucha el podcast del programa Qué pasa con Soraya Castillo  a través de La Rocka FM, en Santo Domingo, República Dominicana correspondiente al jueves 06-octubre-2022.

Rádio Gaúcha
Soraya Thronicke, senadora - 04/10/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 22:48


De memes na eleição ao não apoio no segundo turno

Cuéntale Al Podcast
87. Algo que te haya pasado EN UNA FUNERARIA (Ft. Bernardita, Soraya & Tolly)

Cuéntale Al Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 71:24


Ir a una funeraria es una tortura para Cachita, sin embargo para Bernardita es un pasatiempo. Nos vestimos de encaje, de negro y con perlas para hacer esos cuentos de funerarias... Donde revivieron muertos, se armaron líos y hasta aparecieron familiares desconocidos. Acompáñanos junto a Bernardita, Cachita y Tolly para saber... ALGO QUE TE HAYA PASADO EN UNA FUNERARIA... SHUELTE!ÚNETE A NUESTRA FAMILIA DE PATREON:www.patreon.com/cuentalealpodcast

Morgonpasset i P3
Manipulativa Linnea, Liz Truss papegoja-svar och allt om sekter med Soraya Hashim

Morgonpasset i P3

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 95:35


David Druid och Linnea Wikblad berättar om sina sektkompatibla personligheter! Inrikesreporter Annizeth Åberg förklarar vad utskottsposterna betyder för Sverigedemokraterna. Matilda Rånge på P3 Nyheter rapporterar om läktartragedin i Indonesien och Liz Truss papegoja-svar. Soraya Hashim programleder podden Sekter på Spotify och berättar om vad som får en att gå med i en sekt. Programledare: David Druid och Linnea Wikblad

The Best of Women's Fiction
Soraya Lane, bestselling author of historical and contemporary women's fiction

The Best of Women's Fiction

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 20:36


Soraya Lane, bestselling author of historical and contemporary women's fiction, introduces us to her new series, The Lost Daughters. The Italian Daughter, first in the new series, is a dual timeline novel which takes the reader to Italy, both in 1946 and to a beautiful vineyard in present day. Readers describe the novel as emotional, heart-breaking and “full of hope and love”. Soraya chats about The Italian Daughter. She shares her writing process that has led to writing forty books, and explains how it's changed over time. Find the recommended books, the author's social media links, and the video version of this episode at www.BestofWomensFiction.com All books featured on the podcast are listed in The Best of Women's Fiction List at www.bookshop.org and amazon.com Lainey's author website: www.LaineyCameron.com

O Antagonista
"A senhora gosta de cargos, deitar e rolar", diz Jair Bolsonaro para Soraya Thronicke

O Antagonista

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 5:08


Jair Bolsonaro partiu para o contra-ataque contra Soraya Thronicke, a candidata do União Brasil, no terceiro bloco do debate na TV Globo. A pergunta, que tinha segurança pública como tema pré-determinado, logo descambou para críticas pessoais. “A senhora seria muito dócil comigo, por exemplo, se eu tivesse atendido a senhora em todos os cargos pediu para mim. Sudeco, Iphan, Ibama…”, enumerou Bolsonaro. “A senhora gosta de cargos, deitar e rolar — com a senhora não conseguiu, virou inimiga nossa.” Bolsonaro ainda lembrou que Thronicke se valeu do nome dele para ser eleita senadora pelo Mato Grosso do Sul, em 2018. “A senhora usurpou do meu nome para se candidatar e chegar ao senado por Mato Grosso do Sul”, continuou Bolsonaro em seu ataque. Durante essa rodada de perguntas, Bolsonaro negou-se a dizer responder se havia se vacinado, ou se respeitaria o resultado das eleições em caso de derrota. Inscreva-se e receba a newsletter: https://bit.ly/2Gl9AdL​ Confira mais notícias em nosso site: https://www.oantagonista.com​ Acompanhe nossas redes sociais: https://www.fb.com/oantagonista​ https://www.twitter.com/o_antagonista​ https://www.instagram.com/o_antagonista No Youtube deixe seu like e se inscreva no canal: https://www.youtube.com/c/OAntagonista

O Antagonista
Soraya chama Kelmon de “padre de festa junina”: “O senhor nem estuda, nem trabalha”

O Antagonista

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 4:54


Durante um novo embate com Padre Kelmon (PTB), a senadora Soraya Thronicke (União Brasil) disse, no debate na Globo, que o religioso “não tem proposta” e que ele “nem estuda, nem trabalha”. “Quero aproveitar para mostrar que [o senhor] não tem proposta, que só tem xingamento. Eu não mandei o senhor para o inferno. Eu perguntei se o senhor não tinha medo de ir para o inferno, porque o senhor não disse se deu alguma extrema-unção”, disse a parlamentar. No primeiro bloco do debate, Soraya havia questionado se Kelmon não tinha vergonha de não ter dado extrema-unção a vítimas de Covid ao longo da pandemia. “O senhor está aparecendo mais o seu candidato [Jair Bolsonaro]. Quem é ‘nem, nem'. Nem estuda, nem trabalha. O senhor não deu extrema-unção porque é um padre de festa junina”, acrescentou. Inscreva-se e receba a newsletter: https://bit.ly/2Gl9AdL​ Confira mais notícias em nosso site: https://www.oantagonista.com​ Acompanhe nossas redes sociais: https://www.fb.com/oantagonista​ https://www.twitter.com/o_antagonista​ https://www.instagram.com/o_antagonista No Youtube deixe seu like e se inscreva no canal: https://www.youtube.com/c/OAntagonista

DOK
Nennt mich Soraya – Die Geduldsprobe (2/2)

DOK

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 50:19


Soraya möchte sich als eines der jüngsten trans Mädchen der Schweiz vor dem 18. Lebensjahr operieren lassen. Der lästige Penis soll weg. In einer Langzeitbeobachtung dokumentiert SRF DOK Sorayas Weg. Dass es kein einfacher Weg werden würde, war Soraya von Anfang an bewusst. Doch dass ihr grosses Ziel – die Operation – derart lange auf sich warten lassen würde, empfindet Soraya als Belastung. Für sie gibt es kein richtiges Leben im falschen Körper. Im zweiten Teil des «DOK»-Filmes prüfen Soraya und ihre Eltern verschiedene Operationsmethoden. Thailand, Zürich und München stehen als Ort zur Debatte. Dazu muss Soraya eine schwierige, medizinische Entscheidung treffen. Sie macht dabei die Rechnung ohne ihre Krankenkasse. Diese will den Eingriff zunächst nicht bezahlen. Sechs Jahre lang mit der Kamera begleitet Nicht nur medizinische, auch gesellschaftliche Hürden muss Soraya überwinden. Ausgrenzung und Vorurteile lassen sich nicht wegoperieren. Ebenso wenig die Ungeduld und die innere Wut der Teenagerin. Mehr als sechs Jahre begleiten Filmemacher Daniel Stadelmann und Kameramann Otmar Schmid Soraya und ihre Familie, dokumentieren innere Veränderungen und äusserlichen Fortschritt. Entstanden ist ein einzigartiger und berührender, zweiteiliger «DOK»-Film über einen Menschen, der allen Widrigkeiten zum Trotz den eigenen Platz im Leben sucht. Ein Film, der über das Einzelschicksal hinaus einen Beitrag zur gesellschaftlichen Debatte über den Umgang mit Transidentität und Homophobie leisten kann. «Ich würde mit all meinen Freundinnen tauschen», sagt Soraya an einer Stelle des Filmes über ihr Leben. Man möchte es Soraya am liebsten nicht glauben.

DOK
Nennt mich Soraya – Start in ein neues Leben (1/2)

DOK

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 50:06


Im Alter von 13 Jahren outet sich Josué in seiner Klasse als trans. Der Teenager empfindet sich als weiblich, trotz männlicher Geschlechtsmerkmale. Aus Josué wird Soraya. In einer Langzeitbeobachtung dokumentiert SRF DOK Sorayas Weg in ein neues Leben. Am schwersten tut sich der Vater: «Man hat 13 Jahre einen Jungen und dann erzählt einem dieser, dass er sich als Mädchen fühlt. Das ist schwierig zu akzeptieren». Das Coming-out des Kindes, die Ohnmachtsgefühle des Vaters, die Sorgen der Mutter; alles ist noch ganz frisch, als die Familie einwilligt, einen Film über das Schicksal ihres jüngsten Kindes zu drehen. Was braucht ein Mensch, um sich im Leben richtig zu fühlen? Für Soraya sind es zu diesem Zeitpunkt drei Dinge: Ein Medikament, das die männliche Pubertät verhindert, die Abgabe weiblicher Hormone und die geschlechtsanpassende Operation. Mit 16 Jahren soll nach ihrem Willen alles erledigt sein. Doch daraus wird nichts. Sechs Jahre lang mit der Kamera begleitet Soraya ist eines der jüngsten trans Mädchen der Schweiz. Sie muss nicht nur rechtliche und medizinische Hürden überwinden, sondern auch gesellschaftliche. Ausgrenzung und Vorurteile lassen sich nicht wegoperieren. Ebenso wenig die Ungeduld und die innere Wut des Teenagers. Mehr als sechs Jahre begleiten Filmemacher Daniel Stadelmann und Kameramann Otmar Schmid Soraya und ihre Familie, dokumentieren innere Veränderungen und äusserlichen Fortschritt. Entstanden ist ein einzigartiger und berührender, zweiteiliger «DOK»-Film über einen Menschen, der allen Widrigkeiten zum Trotz den eigenen Platz im Leben sucht. Ein Film, der über das Einzelschicksal hinaus einen Beitrag zur gesellschaftlichen Debatte über den Umgang mit Transidentität und Homophobie leisten kann. «Ich würde mit all meinen Freundinnen tauschen», sagt Soraya an einer Stelle des Filmes über ihr Leben. Man möchte es Soraya am liebsten nicht glauben.

Pânico
PÂNICO - 19/09/2022 - Soraya Thronicke

Pânico

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 122:12


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O Antagonista
Cortes do Talks - Alíquota de 1,26% de imposto único poderia bancar Previdência, diz Soraya

O Antagonista

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 1:28


Soraya Thronicke (foto) defendeu que uma alíquota de 1,26% de um Imposto Único Federal, a ser cobrado em movimentações bancárias, poderia ter a mesma arrecadação de 11 tributos federais que seriam extintos. Com isso o país teria condições de bancar a Previdência, garante a presidenciável. "É um imposto que não é declaratório, e sim automático", disse a senadora licenciada do União Brasil ao Cláudio Dantas Talks, novo podcast de O Antagonista. "E é uma alíquota que desestimula a sonegação, porque não vale a pena". A proposta —que notabilizou o candidato a vice na chapa de Soraya, Marcos Cintra— também seria implementada em operações de débito e crédito. Ela fez questão de separar a proposta do que seria a antiga CPMF: "Ela [CPMF] é um engodo e um trauma para nós brasileiros, inclusive para o Cintra", rebateu a candidata. "Foi um imposto a mais: era para ser provisório, virou permanente; era para custear a saúde e não custeou." Ela evitou dizer que seu candidato a vice-presidente ocupará o cargo de ministro da Economia. "O Cintra é o Cintra, posto Ipiranga jamais", ela disse. "Não sabemos ainda, mas será o chefe da equipe econômica." Inscreva-se e receba a newsletter: https://bit.ly/2Gl9AdL​ Confira mais notícias em nosso site: https://www.oantagonista.com​ Acompanhe nossas redes sociais: https://www.fb.com/oantagonista​ https://www.twitter.com/o_antagonista​ https://www.instagram.com/o_antagonista No Youtube deixe seu like e se inscreva no canal: https://www.youtube.com/c/OAntagonista

O Antagonista
Cortes do Talks - Soraya Thronicke reafirma que Flávio Bolsonaro pressionou por fim de CPI da Lava Toga

O Antagonista

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 3:24


Soraya Thronicke reafirmou na estreia do Claudio Dantas Talks, o novo podcast de O Antagonista, que o senador Flávio Bolsonaro (PL-RJ), filho 01 do presidente, teria pressionado ela, e os ex-senadores Major Olímpio e Juíza Selma contra a criação de uma comissão para investigar excessos do Judiciário. Conhecida como "CPI da Lava Toga", a investigação nunca conseguiu chegar a ser instalada, apesar de ter assinaturas a seu favor A candidata do União Brasil à Presidência recorda que recebeu ligações "aos berros" do filho do presidente. "[A senadora Juíza Selma disse:] 'Eu acabei de ser pressionada aos berros pelo Flávio', e eu também fui pressionada aos berros, para que eu retirasse imediatamente a minha assinatura da CPI", recordou a presidenciável, "porque eu ia ferrar com ele, para não usar outros termos." Segundo Soraya, o senador argumentou que a CPI travaria o governo do pai: "Nosso intuito de investigação não tinha uma caça às bruxas", afirmou. Para ela, seriam analisados "atos isolados de magistrados, de advogados e promotores, onde cada um responde por si - e não contra um poder." Ela disse ainda que o presidente da República sabia do ameaça de seu filho. "Na minha ligação e na da Selma, não sei se o presidente estava ouvindo no viva-voz, mas na [ligação] do Olímpio eu sei que ele estava. Quando o Flávio falou com o Olímpio o presidente entrou", concluiu. Inscreva-se e receba a newsletter: https://bit.ly/2Gl9AdL​ Confira mais notícias em nosso site: https://www.oantagonista.com​ Acompanhe nossas redes sociais: https://www.fb.com/oantagonista​ https://www.twitter.com/o_antagonista​ https://www.instagram.com/o_antagonista No Youtube deixe seu like e se inscreva no canal: https://www.youtube.com/c/OAntagonista

The Dori Monson Show
Hour 1: WA will soon follow California gas car sales ban

The Dori Monson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 33:33


12pm - The Big Lead @ Noon // Cali gas car sales ban, Wa will soon follow // GUEST:  Ex-wife of the man charged with murder when he shot a man in his car after a road rage incident - Soraya, says she's heartbroken, but says the victim is her and her daughter's "hero" - they're free nowSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.