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What gaslighting is, and 5 signs someone may be gaslighting you, according to a psychotherapist

The term gaslighting may be used casually, but it's a serious term in therapy. Josef Lindau/Getty Images Amy Morin is a psychotherapist, licensed clinical social worker, mental strength coach, and international bestselling author. Despite its casual references in pop culture, Morin explains that gaslighting is a serious term in therapy, and a problem that many victims struggle to recognize due to the nature of the abuse. Morin says that someone who is gaslighting you will deny things t...
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The DNC showed that The Chicks haven't changed -- but their audience has

On the final night of the Democratic National Convention, the country band formerly known as the Dixie Chicks (Natalie Maines, Martie Maguire, and Emily Strayer) sang a moving a capella version of "The Star-Spangled Banner."
Tags: Dnc, Cnn, Dixie Chicks, Emily Strayer, Natalie Maines Martie Maguire


In Scranton, Trump stepped on Mr. Biden’s general-election rollout.

In "Joe Biden Accepts Democratic Nomination: ‘I Will Draw on the Best of Us’/Mr. Biden urged Americans to have faith that they could 'overcome this season of darkness,' and he pledged to bridge the country’s divisions in ways President Trump had not," the NYT observes that Trump — "[s]hedding the political tradition whereby each party defers to the other during the week of its nominating convention" — has been trying " to step on Mr. Biden’s general-election rollout" but "with little success."W...
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Listen to the Chicks Turn the National Anthem Into the Harmony Olympics

Although it soon got eclipsed in some people’s memories by subsequent events, the Dixie Chicks experienced a peak moment of near-universal love when they sang the National Anthem at Super Bowl XXXVII in 2003, a rendition that still shows up on lists of the greatest “Star Spangled Banners” in television history. The trio now known […]
Tags: News, Politicians, Dixie Chicks, The Chicks


Joe Biden to accept Democratic presidential nomination 33 years after first bid – DNC live

Full story: Biden accept Democratic nomination in long-sought victoryBiden to follow last night’s impassioned speeches by Obama and HarrisSteve Bannon pleads not guilty to fraud after arrest on luxury yachtSign up to our First Thing newsletter 2.24am BST The Chicks performed the national anthem at the DNC tonight. The country trio recently changed their band’s name to The Chicks from the Dixie Chicks, excising a word associated with the Confederate-era south as Black Lives Matter protests ac...
Tags: Obama, Dnc, Joe Biden, US news, US politics, Biden, Delaware, Kamala Harris, Joe, Chris Coons, Coons, Dixie Chicks, Chicks, US elections 2020, The Chicks, Democratic national convention 2020


Juice WRLD Tops Album Chart for a Second Week; The Chicks Debut at No. 3

The Chicks, formerly the Dixie Chicks, have the top non-posthumous album of the week, with “Gaslighter,” the trio’s first album in 14 years, which bowed with 93,400 album units. But that only puts them at No. 3. Still maintaining their hold on the top two spots on the Rolling Stone album chart are albums from […]
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How Marketers Should Look at Making Copy and Communications More Inclusive

Throughout everyday life, we absorb everything we see around us, and the language used by our favorite brands filters down into our own vocabulary. Seeing The Dixie Chicks' drop the "Dixie" from their name and sports teams like The Washington Redskins embrace a rebrand reinforces the fact that people are becoming more aware of the...
Tags: Advertising, Washington Redskins, Voice, Dixie Chicks, Diversity & Inclusion


Before The Chicks Met This Moment, They Spent Their Whole Careers Preparing For It

What does Dixie mean, exactly? For nearly two centuries, the term has been broadly applied to the American South, specifically the states that seceded from the Union at the dawn of the Civil War. But depending on who you ask, you might get many different answers about Dixie's boundaries and its essential character. "Sociologically, climactically, … More »
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When changing their name, The Chicks almost called themselves 'MEN,' 'Puss 'n Boots'

The Chicks, formerly known as "Dixie Chicks," revealed on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" that they almost changed their name to their initials, spelled out as "M.E.N." So that they would have gone from "chicks to M.E.N." Emily Strayer explained.          [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, Stephen Colbert, Religion, Usa Today, Dixie Chicks, Chicks, Emily Strayer


The Chicks: ‘We were used and abused by everybody who wanted to make money off us’

The Dixie Chicks were cancelled in 2003 for criticising George W Bush’s Iraq war. Three divorces and one name change later, they’re backWhen the Dixie Chicks signed to Sony in 1995, the label worried that their name was politically incorrect. At the time, the bosses were more concerned about “Chicks” than “Dixie”, a shorthand for the former Confederate states, although they warned the Texan trio that listeners in the northern states might be put off. But Natalie Maines and sisters Emily Strayer ...
Tags: Music, Iraq, Women, Country, Life and style, US news, Culture, Pop and rock, George Bush, Sony, George W Bush, Dixie Chicks, Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines, Emily Strayer


Watch The Chicks Talk About Dropping The “Dixie” & Perform “March March” On Colbert

Today, the Chicks, the trio formerly known as Dixie Chicks, released the new album Gaslighter. It's their first album in 14 years and their first under their new band name. The Chicks changed their name last month, after 31 years as Dixie Chicks, and last night, they showed up on Stephen … More »
Tags: Music, News, Stephen Colbert, Colbert, Stephen, Dixie Chicks, The Chicks


Stream The Chicks’ New Album Gaslighter

Back when Gaslighter was announced, the Chicks were still known as Dixie Chicks and the world was only just beginning to really feel the effects of the pandemic. Because of those circumstances, the release date of the album was pushed back from early May until now, and since then … More »
Tags: Music, Dixie Chicks, Gaslighter, The Chicks


The Chicks’ ‘Gaslighter’: Album Review

In a long-distant era of discord suspi­ciously similar to our own, Natalie Maines, the singer for the group that was, until last month, known as the Dixie Chicks, lit a forest fire with an offhand insult about George W. Bush in 2003. Since then, she’s owned her political words more deliberately by laying into Donald […]
Tags: Reviews, News, George W Bush, Album Reviews, Donald, Dixie Chicks, Jack Antonoff, Natalie Maines, The Chicks


Story Behind the Song: The Chicks' 'I Can Love You Better'

The way he tells it, Kostas Lazarides helped "hatch" the band formerly known as The Dixie Chicks.          [Author: Nashville Tennessean]
Tags: Religion, Dixie Chicks, Nashville Tennessean, Kostas Lazarides


The Chicks Explain Dropping ‘Dixie’ From Their ‘Stupid’ Name: ‘We Wanted to Change It Years Ago’

The trio formerly known as the Dixie Chicks — now just the Chicks — say in a newly published interview with the New York Times that they considered their name “stupid” and had long wanted to change it before doing so in June amid a national reconsideration of Confederate symbolism. “We were literally teenagers when […]
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The Chicks Are Done Caring What People Think

The trio formerly known as the Dixie Chicks is returning with its first album in 14 years, at peace with an industry that’s never made nice.
Tags: Country Music, News, Jack, Emily, Maguire, Natalie, Dixie Chicks, Antonoff, Maines, Chicks, Strayer, The (Music Group, Martie, Gaslighter (Album


FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

NIST Commits To Renaming Racially Suggestive Technology Terms From Aunt Jemima and Uncle Ben’s to Lady Antebellum and the Dixie Chicks, we’ve seen a wave of rebranding sparked by ongoing anti-racism protests. Now, it’s moving beyond consumer-facing brands and groups. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) — the nonregulatory agency that publishes standards for federal activities — announced last week that it plans to remove terms […]
Tags: Marketing, B2b Marketing, Customer Experience, Age Of The Customer, Digital Business, Ben, NIST, Dixie Chicks, B2C Marketing, Infrastructure & Operations, Application Development & Delivery, CIO insights, Security Risk Management, CMO Trends


Reports from Right Now

When you hear people say, “The world has certainly changed since—” the timeframe is generally more than 20 years. But things—even though as we endure the seemingly endless COVID-19 conditions, which make one day seem pretty much like another and so time takes on a different dynamic from our personal perspectives—are accelerating such that what … Continue reading Reports from Right Now → Read more at Glorious Noise...
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Former Dixie Chicks list Samuel DuBose in 'say their names' video montage

The Dixie Chicks drop Dixie from band name and release new video "March March" listing names of racial violence victims, including Samuel DuBose.          [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: Religion, Samuel Dubose, Dixie Chicks, Cincinnati Enquirer


June linkfest

This month’s book recommendation, Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error, by Kathryn Schulz, is ten years old and as timely as ever. I wrote last month about Schulz’s excellent pieces for the New Yorker, and I’m here to tell you that Being Wrong is every bit as well researched, witty, and graceful. I’m sure it doesn’t hurt that I’m fascinated by failure, but hey—everyone has a story to tell about wrongness petty or vast. Schulz’s catalog of errors includes explorers undone by mirag...
Tags: Books, Japan, Politics, Texas, London, Navy, Advertising, Karen, Military, Renaming, Linguistics, New Zealand, Army, Marine Corps, Words, Ben Smith


Call him ‘El Roth’: Van Halen legend David Lee Roth says he’s changed his name

David Lee Roth has changed his name. The former Van Halen front man now wants to be called “David L. Roth” or “El Roth.” The change was inspired by the current movement in the music industry to disown words having to do with the slavery that existed in the South — which comes in response to the Black Lives Matter protests that rose up after the death of George Floyd. Roth made the announcement via social media, posting a piece of artwork he’d created, showing a giant frog by a tiny human, with t...
Tags: Music, Hollywood, Celebrities, News, Cdc, La, Sport, Dave, David, Soccer, Donald Trump, Black Lives Matter, South, Bay Area, Van Halen, Ron Jeremy


Slaves Change Their Name

Lady Antebellum changed their name to Lady A. The Dixie Chicks changed their name to the Chicks. And now the champions of the problematic name Olympics, Slaves -- the California post-hardcore band, not the UK punk duo -- have finally decided to change theirs. More »
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The Chicks Change Not Just Name But Management, as John Silva Steps In (EXCLUSIVE)

Changes are afoot in the Chicks’ camp, and that’s not just whistling the absence of “Dixie.” On top of a name switch, the superstar country-pop trio formerly known as the Dixie Chicks has also made a management change, Variety has learned. The group is now being represented by John Silva’s Silva Artist Management. There, the […]
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Dixie Chicks Rename Band As Movement To Remove Confederate Statues Grows

The Dixie Chicks are ready to make nice. The platinum-selling, Grammy-winning country trio is dropping the “dixie” in their name after facing criticism over the term — a commonly used nickname to describe the Civil War-era South. The group announced the move as nationwide protests emerged in the wake of George Floyd’s death, prompting a movement to remove Confederate statues and memorials of other historical figures linked to racism. The group announced its name change by releasing a new vide...
Tags: News, Iraq, New York Times, Protests, George W Bush, The Dixie Chicks, Dixie Chicks, Martie Maguire, Confederacy, Summer Concepcion, George Floyd, The Chicks, Dixie Chicks Rename Band, Natalie Maines Emily Strayer


'Dixie' Chicks no more: As Confederacy loses its luster, bands and brands rush to abandon its symbols

The decision by the Dixie Chicks to change their name follows weeks of demonstrations over the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police, and is the latest instance of a nationwide move to abandon symbols of the Confederacy, slavery and Jim Crow.
Tags: News, Minneapolis, Dixie Chicks, George Floyd


The Dixie Chicks have changed their name

The Dixie Chicks will now be called, the Chicks.
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US country band Dixie Chicks drop the Dixie from their name

The band are the latest to change their name in light of the ant-racism movement.
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Dixie Chicks Drop the ‘Dixie’ From Their Name

With no press release or official announcement, country music stars Dixie Chicks stealthily became The Chicks this morning. The band suddenly changed all of its social media handles and its website, the latter of which now leads to an all-black landing page with the band's new video for the song March March embedded above a...
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Dixie Chicks Change Their Name To Simply ‘The Chicks’

The trio drops the word that is a nickname for the South and has connections to the Confederacy.
Tags: News, South, Dixie Chicks


The Dixie Chicks are changing their name to The Chicks: 'We want to meet this moment'

"We want to meet this moment," reads a message posted on the site, signed by members Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines and Emily Strayer.          [Author: Nashville Tennessean]
Tags: Religion, Dixie Chicks, Nashville Tennessean, Martie Maguire Natalie Maines, Emily Strayer