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Life lessons from current events. Most recently the passing of Midwin Charles, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and Earl "DMX" Simmons. Also, more thoughts on the Derek Chauvin Trial.
This is episode is a commentary on a compilation of events going on in the world. It starts with the Derek Chauvin Trial and just continues to flow from one topic to another.
Six of the eight people killed in the shootings at Atlanta-area spas on Tuesday were women of Asian descent. Are Caucasian perpetrators treated differently from Black perpetrators? Take a listen to this episode of The Marc Medley Show and you decide.
What a week! Take a listen to the week in review (January 17, 2021 - January 23, 2021 in this episode of The Marc Medley Show.
The statistics below are from the CDC's National Diabetes Statistics Report, 2020. Given these numbers, how are the food and restaurant industries accommodating this segment of the population? Diabetes Total: 34.2 million people have diabetes (10.5% of the US population) Diagnosed: 26.9 million people, including 26.8 million adults Undiagnosed: 7.3 million people (21.4% are undiagnosed) Prediabetes Total: 88 million people aged 18 years or older have prediabetes (34.5% of the adult US population) 65 years or older: 24.2 million people aged 65 years or older have prediabetes
There was an "ism" on display on Wednesday, January 6, 2021, and it was not Patriotism.
On Wednesday, January 6, 2021, we witnessed one of our saddest days in the history of the United States. This is my commentary on the events of that day. Those were not PATRIOTS.
This moving story is taken from the book THE MONK WHO SOLD HIS FERRARI by Robin Sharma. Listen to this episode and think about it.
Find out the connection between our current leader, the law of attraction, and COVID-19 (Corona Virus) by listening to this episode of THE MARC MEDLEY SHOW.
It is my hope that we have all learned something throughout this pandemic experience.
This episode contains thoughts about life as I see it on October 31, 2020.
Follow the CDC safety guidelines during this pandemic and be sure to vote.
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If you are like me, you hate getting interrupted when you are speaking with someone, particularly when you have given him/her the opportunity to express his/her entire thought. This episode was inspired by vice presidential candidate Senator Kamala Harris when she politely reminded Vice President Pence that she was "speaking."
While I am an African American, a "Black Life," I do not support the removal of the various statues around the country, i.e. Robert E. Lee, Christopher Columbus, Thomas Jefferson, etc. etc. Learn why in this episode of THE MARC MEDLEY SHOW.
We keep missing the point when it comes to our always having to shout and write "Black Lives Matter!" NFL Quarterback Colin Kaepernick shed light on the issue of police brutality towards Black people a few years ago and was lambasted by everyone from the President of the United States on down. The message was ignored because we cared more about a piece of cloth than a human life. Learn more about this as youl listen to this episode of THE MARC MEDLEY SHOW.
This is an episode you won't want to miss. We've read headlines such as "White House Economic Advisor Stephen Moore Calls Pro Trump Coronavirus Protesters Modern Day Rosa Parks," "Fox News' Tomi Lahren Compares Social Distancing To Slavery," and "Trump Supporter Claims Prolonged Lockdown Is Slavery at California Anti-Lockdown Protest." This episode looks into how the comparisons show a lack of understanding, knowledge or concern for history and the experiences of African American people.
I believe this pandemic experience ought to heighten our awareness and love for people, activities, experiences and things. Take a listen to my thoughts here in this episode of THE MARC MEDLEY SHOW and I invite you to visit
This episode questions what our lives will be like when this pandemic (COVID-19) is deemed "over." What will be considered normal post COVID-19? Take a listen and I would love to hear your thoughts.
Racism and prejudice is a waste of energy because the very people you are hating on in life could be who you are buried next to for eternity. Something to think about.
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