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ha >> a warm welcome to "the journal." >> thanks for joining us. >> government authorities launched an investigation into a special -- a suspicious package found in chancellor merkle's office in berlin. republicans are expected to make historic gains in u.s. elections. bp is back in the black after the worst oil spill in u.s. history. captioned by the national captioning institute
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>> a package intercepted at chancellor angela merkle's offices in berlin today contained explosives and is linked to the mail bombing in greece according to germany's interior minister, who told reporters the parcel had been mailed from greece to the view of days ago. he confirmed the device was built in the same way as the bomb that exploded at the swiss embassy in athens earlier today. security in all-german mail rooms has been bolstered in response. he ordered them to exercise particular caution with mail from greece. >> the government district in berlin, the seat of political power in germany. a suspicious package arrived early tuesday afternoon. it was addressed to chancellor merkle, who was in belgium at the time it was delivered. journalists working close by were close to get on the scene. ben kim confirmation. police were investigating a package believed to contain an
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incendiary device. the government spokesman for the package had attracted attention because of what he called "oddities." >> the investigation showed that the contents of the package could at least have injured people. it was rendered harmless by agents of the security services. we are happy that no staff, police officers, or anyone at all were harmed by it. >> a career service hand deliver the package to the mail room. it is located in a different -- a different building, several meters away. as a result, the chancellery itself did not have to be evacuated. angela merkle has been well returned to berlin. >> police in the greek capital offense have decimated two suspicious packages at the airport. local news reports indicate packages were addressed to the european court of justice. tuesday was the second day in a
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row that parcel bombs were discovered in athens. the german embassy was another target, but the device was destroyed along with others destined for the embassies of russia, chile, and bulgaria. greek police suspect left-wing extremists are behind the bombings. to iraq now, where more than 70 people have been killed and 200 wounded in a series of explosions in baghdad. at least 13 explosions rocked the city tuesday evening, totaling cafes, restaurants, and targets in mainly shi'ite areas. this comes two days after islamic militants were massed in a cathedral. 53 people were killed in that incident. americans are casting their ballots in the midterm congressional elections at this hour. with good weather across much of the nation expecting to help the voter turnout. republicans are high in opinion polls, buoyed by discontent over
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unemployment and bank bailouts. the have also gained from the backing of the conservative teat party movement. president barack obama and democrats have had an uphill battle motivating their own base to go to the polls. >> the president is not running this year, but by choosing new congressional representatives in several states, boaters will be sending him a message about the job he has been doing. many are disappointed. >> i think the rhetoric around this election has been awful. and no one is focused on the issues, and we need to focus on the issues. >> what is really important is that we have to have some kind of structural reform. >> look at the economy and what is going on in the world. people are looking for a change. >> president obama has tried in the last few days to rally support for the democrats, saying his administration has achieved much despite the
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economic crisis. >> the republicans and drove us into a ditch. >> high unemployment and a massive deficit have people frustrated. that evidently has helped sarah palin and the tea party movement. >> the truth is with obama, policy, and -- pelosi and reed at the wheel, we are getting closer and closer to a cliff. >> the administration's economic policies have put the republicans on an upswing. it looks like there will get a majority in the house of representatives and it will be a close race in the senate's. >> will those gains mean an end to obama ability to push through legislative agendas? that is a question i put to our washington correspondent. >> i do not think we will see a complete shift in power, and we will not seek repeal of all the reforms that we have seen in the
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last two years, for example health care reform. obama can still veto everything that comes from the republicans. i think there is a chance that the democrats will still control the senate. we have two scenarios possible. the first is that the moderate republicans will be stronger than the more conservative republicans. then we will see an end of partisanship, and i think the democrats and republicans can come together and find solutions to fix the problems of this country. the second scenario would be that the more conservative republicans will be stronger than the moderate republicans. then we will see an ongoing election campaign for the next two years, because the more conservative republicans want really to have their man in the white house. >> stay with that theme. how has the rise of the tea
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party affected the national political debate, and has the country shifted sharply to the right? >> i want to read the crystal ball. i think the tea party will become less important after the election. it is a grassroots movement. it is a movement that we have seen so often in the history of america, the anti-establishment movement. but they do not have a strong leadership. there is sarah pslin and i think it will become less important after the election today and tomorrow. >> thank you very much. we will have more on the midterm elections coming up. first, to business. the german auto industry -- a couple of clouds out there. >> german cars selling well abroad, but the domestic market remains sluggish. germany's auto association has forecast that 2010 new car sales
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should 0.9 million vehicles, slightly upgraded, but it still signals a sharp drop from 2009, when a cash subsidy moved domestic sales despite the economic downturn. the have anticipated a loss of 23% from last year in the german home market. that marks a sharp contrast with booming export sales of two economies like china and the united states. >> luxury cars made in germany are flying off the lots in the united states. bmw, mercedes, and audi are especially popular. but mid market brands like vw are also enjoying an upswing. in october, bmw sold 23,000 cars in the u.s., a 13% rise compared to last year. looks like in sales jumped 18%. porsche saw unit sales jumped 60%. upmarket german demands are in
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demand at home. but middle brands have been hard hit at home in germany, with sales far below last year's numbers. car makers benefited from the popular "cash for clunkers" program in 2009. once that expired, show rooms were empty. domestic sales fell 37% in october alone. >> british oil giant bp has announced a third quarter profit of $5.50 billion, despite a charge of $7.70 billion to finance the cost of the gulf of mexico oil spill. so far, it is billed as the worst oil spill in u.s. history, and has added up to $40 billion. >> the cleanup and damage claims have already cost bp 11.6 million euros. despite the enormous costs, the corporation posted third quarter
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profits of $1.30 -- 1.3 billion euros. investors have renewed trust in the company. bp shares lost half their value in the aftermath of the disaster on april 20. the share price has since stabilized, but it is still not clear when the company will make a full recovery. bp and its critics have differing opinions on the success of the cleanup. the oil giant says most of the crude has been removed. environmentalists say three- quarters of it is still in the water. they say dispersants have caused the oil to sink further, affecting deeper ocean layers. >> onto tuesday's market action. european shares rose to six months closing highs, with bp gaining after profits beat forecasts. our correspondent sent us the summary of the day's trading action at the frankfurt stock exchange.
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>> private equity companies reported their results. a dialysis subsidiary for medical care, and later on this evening a fertilizer maker, reported results that have been higher than expectations. the companies all raised their forecasts for the next of the year. mato and linde shares went down a little bit, mainly because of profit-taking. they had a big rally in the near past. the market in general forward again, mainly driven by the fact that investors hope that the fed will ease monetary policy some money will remain cheap. >> stefan wulff in frankfurt. the dax finishing 0.75% higher. the euro stocks 50 closed at
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2861. the dow closed at the top of the hour. closed 0.75% higher. the euro is currently trading at a value of $1.4030. business is continuing to pick up for a german wholesale giant. it has increased to $16 billion in the third quarter. that is a billion more than the same period last year. they have stores in more than 31 countries. management said the company is experiencing significant growth in all regions. whatever is the forecast for the full year pre-tax earnings to come in at 2.3 billion year rose. that is your business update. >> we go to kosovo, where the coalition government has lost a vote of confidence in parliament. as a result, parliament has been dissolved. elections are scheduled for
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december 12. costs of zero has been trapped in a deadlock since september, when a court ruled the president could not also the head of a party. he resigned and pulled his six ministers out of the coalition. in response, the prime minister called a vote of no-confidence and lost. in russia, a chilled billionaire has appealed to a court in his second trial, telling the judge that the fate of the nation rests on the verdict in his case, expected to be handed down in december. he was russia's richest man, but was arrested and convicted in 2003 on charges of tax evasion, theft, and embezzlement. >> at the close of his trial, he said he was willing to spend the rest of his life in prison for his principles. the former oil magnate attacked prime minister vladimir putin and said his trial was a symbol of government arbitrariness. >> the trial was corrupt from
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the start, in fact and in law. the prosecution is furious and the evidence were fact. >> he is accused of stealing more than 200 million tons of oil from his own company. international observers think the second indictment is a response to his political ambitions. >> this trial is based on such an obviously absurd foundation. if it ends with a conviction of the accused, that means there is no reliable legal protection in russia. >> the court will announce its ruling in mid december. if found guilty, mikhail khodorkovsky could face another seven years in prison. >> he tried to launch an attack on the politics of vladimir putin. few people in moscow believe the judge is immune to political pressure. this is a test of president
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medvedev's commitment to the rule of law. >> nato should expand its cooperation with china, according to journalist zu guttenberg, now on a visit to berlin -- to beijing. he says the government should work together on piracy and cyber attacks, the war in afghanistan, and security issues. china is already involved in civilian reconstruction in afghanistan. >> where else to study chinese history than the great wall? german politician zu guttenberg listen to the history of the fortifications. it was good preparation for beijing, where he called for close to a corporation with the west on security, afghanistan, and the fight against piracy on the high seas. >> since we live in a world that cannot be easily ltd., where ties with major developing
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partners are important, that should be a major consideration for security policy. therein lies great opportunity. >> he also plans to broach controversial topics like china's persecution of the man who recently won the nobel peace prize. >> the question is always how should we talk to our chinese friends, and should we be able to communicate in a way that allows us both space? >> on his agenda were meetings with high-ranking military officers and politicians. on wednesday, he is set to meet the chinese vice president. >> after a delay of several months because of a bitter dispute over protecting personal privacy, google has launched its first street view images of germany. at the moment, the online mapping service is offering images of a few streets in a southern german town as well as the chancellery building here in berlin and soccer stadiums. google plans to add the 20
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largest german cities by the end of the year. i will be right back in one minute with more on the midterm elections in the united states. please join us for that.
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>> welcome back. americans are voting in midterm congressional elections that are seeing an upsurge of conservative activism that promises to sweep republicans into congress by margins llsters predict have not been seen in 80 years. the electorate is angry, with unemployment, home foreclosures, and bank bailouts topping the list of grievances. president obama is on the campaign trail, but has been disappointed not only by the economy but the unfilled promise to end america's foreign wars. >> hello, minnesota. hello, philadelphia. >> barack obama is in election
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mode, almost like two years ago, but the first impressions are fleeting. the president's popularity rating in 2010 seems a shadow of 2008. >> to all those folks who fought for change in 2008, we have to fight for change in 2010. >> obama enter the campaign late, some say too late. the democratic party election adviser says the president's lack of popularity is partly due to his perceived distance from ordinary voters. >> he grew up lower middle- class. he got through college on scholarships. he is the american dream. he just does not -- he is a different flavor than most americans are used to. >> with his health care bill, obama brought historic change to u.s. society, but his political opponents have persuaded many voters that he's taking america in the wrong direction.
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>> i believe they are heading towards more socialist tendencies, and i believe in capitalism. >> it is pretty radical over here, what he is trying to do and what he wants to do. >> garden parties like this one, aimed at conveying an image of obama as a man of the people, but the president is so unpopular in some regions that local democrat candidates have preferred not to have his health for their campaigns. >> i think the places that he would be seen as hurting democrats, he is not going to go there. if you look at the past couple of weeks where he has gone, he has gone too large concentrations of democratic voters. >> for barack obama and the democrats, it seems it is not going to be like two years ago. >> millions of independent voters who became disenchanted
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with the president when he and the democratic congress pushed through the bank bailout, with a price tag of $2 trillion. in spite of a massive stimulus program, unemployment is at levels not seen for decades. when to a community in indiana to find out how the economy is affecting the vote. >> there is not a lot moving in eklkhart, indiana. the economy is struggling. residents work in the automotive industry, specializing in trailers. sales plummeted when the financial crisis hit. the mayor calls the impact of the downturn on local businesses. >> bank credit and south and the recreation vehicle industry got caught in the middle. the entire plant slowed down. when moved completely out of here. they went bankrupt when it tried to open in another state. >> president obama paid several
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visits here and promised help. but many companies still had to cut back production. 14% of residents are now unemployed. that is well above the national average. many automobile industry workers are bitterly disappointed. >> they were the democrat party that was elected in promising all kinds of things, and it does not seem to have happened. >> in the presidential elections two years ago, the majority of the residents voted democrat. opinion polls indicate that things will be very different this time around. >> i will be voting republican. i guess because of the economy and the way things are going today, the stimulus thing just bothers me to no end. >> every day, these pensioners to go door to door, canvassing for the local republican candidates. >> all these taxes.
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>> they say for most people, one issue stands above all others. >> the economy is the big thing. we just need to get people get to work. but could not get jobs. >> right. >> their conversations with local residents have convinced them that the republicans will at least achieve a majority in the house of representatives. since his inauguration, president obama's most important political goal has been a revival of the u.s. economy. how well he has seemed to have succeeded will be reflected in the midterm election performance. >> america has a tradition of third-party movements and candidates in times of economic crisis. the most recently successful was the bull moose party of president teddy roosevelt. from 1901 to 1909, he battled big industry and corruption in an attempt to help the common
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man. the tea party calls americans like him forgotten heroes that serve as potent models to help them save the fading american dream. >> ♪ i am american made ♪ >> a song for a typical tea party audience, predominantly male, most of them white, and all of them angry with the government. the songwriter is playing at a party full of protest voters. >> i have been to events all over the country. there is no racism. there is no violence. it is a very peaceful movement, and very patriotic. >> politically, the tea party movement has a simple message -- cutting back government. >> what about the people who represent us? >> i liked their positions on taxes, on spending, and on conservative constitutional government.
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i think they are going to clean out the trash in the republican party and have already started to do that. >> i think they have rejuvenated the republican party, such as myself. i agree with what they are doing and i'm here to support them with my mother and my daughter, three generations. >> they all love tea party champion serra palin. she has backed many an experienced candidate, ousting of established republicans in the process. her fans are loyal. they embrace the a dodge that government does not solve problems -- government is the problem. >> the politicians who are in office today -- some of you need to man up and spend some political capital to support the tea party candidates instead of doing this, waiting to see how everything is going to go. >> the tea party express moves on. next stop, las vegas, hit hard by the financial crisis, and
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fertile ground for the tea party movement. >> to go to vegas. >> the people here are hoping to see the tea party candidate in nevada, sharron angle, but she does not turn up. >> i just talked to sarah palin. >> some are disappointed and leave before the end of the rally. but the singer stays right to the end of the tour. he says the tea party movement has already achieved something important, making politics interesting again. >> this movement has awoken the public and in gauged the public in politics. whether or not they are from tht are going to be held accountable to a new standard, and i think that is really important. >> but the tea party movement still has to prove whether it
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can move beyond show to real political actions. >> we will have more on the elections as the voting returns come in. please join us for that.
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test. force-mac. we are on location at the bayview opera house. >> i him back. this is where his dream began. we are on location. we're going to hear how he found his inspiration. >> dancing and singing. >> we have to tell them. that is coming up next.
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♪ [ music ] >> welcome to bay area. >> i am doing great. zero little bit emotional. this is a very special day. this is a very special interview. >> we are here at the bayview opera house and this is where you were when you were 16-years- old. and this is where your dream began. >> yes. it's amazing. i am here today at the bayview opera house. a block away from third street where a lot of things went down when i was 16-years-old. they lived right across the street and i used to see a lot of activity and a lot of performances that would take place when i was here. and one day i peeked in and i
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saw a play. i thought that looked like fun. the only thing that i have coming on was [ indiscernible ] i with an average kid, riding his bike. had a paper route. but this is where it started. i had my first show here. he is a big director and tv producer but it started here. i had no idea. [ overlapping speakers ] that it would start here and take me to the big screen to work with people like eddie murphy.
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and work with shows and productions and people like will smith. and working with tyra banks. and a lot of amazing artist. it just shows you that you never know. it's if that's where you're from but where you want to go. it started here. i am so honored to be here and thankful. i am so blessed. because a lot of people that grew up with the are no longer here. and a lot of people's dreams it did not come true. so coming back here today i hope that i can expire some people out there in the world. when i see other people sing and dance, create, technology and everyone loves a winner. so if you are winning and somebody watches you when you are a kid and you get excited about it then [ indiscernible ]. then you will try it out
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and you will find out if it works or does not work. you have to be open to life and to try different things. you can do some things. i did modeling, dancing and acting and now i am producing and directing. you will find out by doing a lot of things. >> congratulations. you one some awards and you want some fashion towards. that must be quite gratifying to have that affirmation. >> i am so grateful. it is amazing. we won fashion producer of the year. and we want creative director. i don't do things by myself.
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i have a great team. all the people that were here before me and all the people that i have met have inspired me. yes, i get to work and i sacrifice and i spent hours a day working at my skills. but when i say we i am talking about the people who told me i could do it in the people who encouraged me. no one makes it by themselves. all of us get inspired and we take things and we put it together. so i never want to see me i want to say we because i don't and i can do anything without help. i have been blessed with great help. there's lots of people that have touched my life's from teachers to dancers, producers. even people who did not like me. those people have pushed me
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because they said you cannot do it. so everybody who says you can't, bring it on. >> i understand what you're saying. i understand this people say that you can't do this. [ laughing ] were all about winning. >> were going to do some more behind the scenes at the bayview opera house are going to talk with armando. and they were going to go to [ indiscernible ]. if you would like to contact us we will have the information at the end of our show. the bayview opera house has many new programs and one is a joke the class that armando teaches. it's nice to see you here and
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thank you for having us. >> hard thing today is a dream come true and that the industry and is something that is elusive. i know that you do all a lot of programs. when you start the class hear what was the response? >> i first started in the adult program in the morning. it's in the morning at 9:00 a.m. and i know a lot of people were. we had a couple of people coming in and then i was asked if i would do an afterschool youth program with the kids. i never thought that i would be teaching young children over. -- yoga. they're getting rid of the is department in the schools and there is no outlet for children.
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and when the children commend the are full of energy. yoga brings them together. they just get some individual attention. i get about 10-15 children after school. they love it. it is a game for them and the playtime for them. and also getting a lot of physical benefits. >> i would imagine that for some with add that this might help them to focus. >> and that's the first thing when they come in to the class i remind them and i remind them -- remind them that it is about focus. and children do not know anything about yoga. when i had my first class i asked a lot of the students who knows anything about yoga.
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quite a few raised their hands. they didn't know exactly what was and they said it was about stretching and breathing. and a couple of them said that they knew what the postures were but they did not know the names. so they know. they know that yoga is something that they like to do. >> were talking about dreams coming true today. and you are not from the bay area and at one point you were a nurse. you change professions and got into fitness. what changed that in your life? >> i was overweight. i was getting burned out in nursing. and as i went -- i have been swimming and running but when i got into working out in the gym it just grabbed me. as i started to work on my own
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self and body and my philosophy as i train and inspire people that the mind body and spirit. anti-doing that throughout the years my clientele has brought me to yield a. it also robbery to the bayview area. one of my clients is an attorney and she lives here and she's lived here ever since she graduated from law school. so i used to come to visit her and she has since moved on and outof the area. but when i saw the area and the housing and what was here this was just a part of the city that people don't get to see. if they come out here the bayview have a lot to offer. the views and the homes and
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because of the community and since i have lived here for nine years i have had nothing but a positive experience from the community itself. >> that is wonderful. i appreciate you spending some time with us today. thank you very much. >> thank you for having me. >> if you would like more information about the classes the information is on our screen. >> how are you doing barbara? >> good. >> i'm glad to be here. i can't believe i am here. tell me about you? >> i in front germany
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originally. san francisco was one of my small-town dreams so you're at the bayview opera house what an amazing place to be. this is a place where you can inspire people. what inspires you to do what you do? >> i've always loved the arts and i was inspired to go out and connect with my community. i have worked in the bayview since 1984. i have been watching the upper house what i had to slow down in my work i did spend some time volunteering. but there was an opening and i thought i'm going to do this
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now. i got onto the program and became chair of the program. it was easy to get there. i started to make things happen. the first thing and the event that i put on was a celebration for president obama who was being sworn in at that time. so we had a big celebration at the opera house. >> that is awesome. that is great. tell us about what is the bayview opera house have to offer the community? >> the upper house has a lot of things happening for the community and i'm really glad for this opportunity to put the word out. one of our problem is is that a lot of people do not know what we have going on. we want to bring art and culture to the bayview.
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and so would like to bring art and culture to the community right here. and for that purpose we have our dare to dream afterschool enrichment program. we have about 170 kids come through here every week. >> that a lot of kids. that's awesome. one of the things that you were saying is that you want -- the a lot of folks cannot go downtown or uptown. [ indiscernible ] and that gives them hope and understanding and knowledge that there are other things in the world outside the community that is art and art is so important. i see all of this beautiful art around me. are these local artist? >> these are artists that have
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connection to the bayview. one of the artist whose metalwork you see here, has worked in the shipyards since the 1990s and he apprentice himself to other artist -- >> you are doing a lot of great things. i am so happy to be here. i grew up here. i grew up down the street. i'm so glad that you are bringing people here and you're putting bayview on the map. thank you very much. i'm so glad you are here. and we thank you. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. >> i am janice edwards and we are on location. and we are talking about the
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glow foundation. also teaches financial literacy. and peter is here. thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> i gave you a little bit about what's glow does but can you elaborate. >> our mission is to provide financial literacy. so the way that we work as we partner up with different financial institutions, nonprofits and schools and deliver our program over a two- year period. we talk about like what is a banking account to start focusing on financing for college. >> we have a thing today with dreams coming true and if those the the -- the students that treat -- achieve their dreams and we see stories of people who make a lot of but they aren't able to hold onto it. as you are teaching them about financial literacy what are some of the common theme? >> the popular [ indiscernible
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] we are starting in a place where a lot of teams are coming from low income families and understanding basic finances. even having a bank account. so what we are teaching them is how do you do a budget, how do you plan out for the year. in fact college is a possibility and you can finance college and we teach them about financial aid, scholarships, work study. how we empower the students to become college students and to graduate. >> this particular partners that you have missed area are? >> we work with college track, first graduate [ indiscernible ]. >> people who are interested to get an application for the program they would go through them for what they contact you directly? >> so the way that we work as we partner with our schools and nonprofit partners and they provide the pipeline for the
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students. we see kids getting into college and so we partner up with these other organizations of the students come through them to us. >> you are a small organization. how had the recession impacted your outlook and your ability to serve the students? >> we have a very low cost model. to get kids in college with tuition costs and job unemployment rates are really high right now and so everybody is come to us and saying how can you deliver this program to our students. what we are looking at this year and we delivered our program to students and provided over 90 scholarships. we want to [ indiscernible ] over the next two or three years throughout the state. we are partnering with corporate and financial institutions to see how we can grow this scale in the next two or three years. >> that the great vision and
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goal. what was your dream growing up? >> my parents were immigrants from korea and luckily for me they both have college degrees when they came here. they were pioneers for me. so for me coming and growing up in america i really realized the opportunity that we have. and over the years i had a law degree and working with the foundation and i saw there was the underclass in our based community that are not getting their basic needs that they need whether it be water or fuel -- food or education. so what inspired me to do this work was how we could leverage all of the public partners, private sector and nonprofit and work collectively to achieve this. we wanted to provide basic services. >> it's nice to meet you and thank you for the work that you were doing. >> if you like to contact the
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glow foundation the information it on our screen. and we're behind the scenes and where with charles as one-way boot camp. because you are doing something new, kim. that's why you changed today. so what can she look forward to? >> first of all you showed up. this is all about having fun. it's okay to be you. so i encourage her to have a good time. smile and just don't fall. >> the smiling part i can do and the following part i can't guarantee. >> people want to see real people they want to connect
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with people. i am about selling the close and for people to be who they are. >> and for work as well. this file will be important. >> it's a contagious thing. if you are going to smile you want to make people smile back. [ overlapping speakers ] we look forward to seeing you take the class. ♪ [ music ] [ clapping ]
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>> so i have erica and this is my designer for the fashion show. say hi. >> high. >> amitabha tiffani made. this is an organization that's having an event and this is your second time. >> the experience has been wonderful. it's a blessing and honor to work with charleston. how did you decide that you want to donate the proceeds for cancer? >> i was inspired by what i thought my mother go through in her last days. she passed away from cancer last year. and that was my inspiration and that's why i'm giving directly to benefit cancer patients. >> keep walking. >> your experience, how has that been?
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>> it's amazing. it helps with confidence and posture. just walking into a room and performing. >> he talks a little -- a lot about presence. he says to hold your head up high and make eye contact with people. otherwise it's gone and that moment is quick. that was a night job. there's nothing like a confidence booster. it was a big help. how long have you been taking classes here? >> about three months.
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it's helped me in many different ways. you naturally want to walk fast. it's helped me a lot. >> this was so much fun. i'm glad that you're here. but it's for everybody. it's for a lifestyle as for the whole family. come on out. just have fun. >> it's always great working with these people. thank you for taking us behind the scenes. >> it was great. i am really having a great time. i am just so glad. it's really grab -- i'm really
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glad [ indiscernible ] and people say you are always positive and you are a happy guy. they don't realize that i have gone through great pain to get where i impact. it's a pain that has helped me to be grateful and thankful. there are so many people out there who want to quit and give up. but i am here to tell you that you are. you just have to hang in there and find people who love you areas just hang in there. thank you for being here today. i had a great time. >> we have to make it happen. if you need encouragement to date we hope that you will receive that. just keep going for the vision. we love having you here. [ overlapping speakers ] >> this show is great. everybody was great.
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armando was great and barbara was great. >> and kim getting out there and trying to model. >> modeling is for everybody. don't be afraid. because the world is a runway. >> if you would like to contact anybody the information is on the are screen. and that is our show. thank you again for being with us. >> we love janice. >> and we love you. and thank you. join us again
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