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Fresh update on "african methodist episcopal church" discussed on Too Much Truth With Derrick Boazman

Too Much Truth With Derrick Boazman

00:43 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "african methodist episcopal church" discussed on Too Much Truth With Derrick Boazman

"We're live. Okay. Newsroom news and talk. 13 80 Okay, Good afternoon. Atlanta. I'm Amanda Cooper. And here's what's happening. A Gainesville teen will spin a few years incarcerated for plotting an attack at a black church in the city. Caitlyn Pie was 16 years old when fellow students found a notebook that show detailed plans to commit murder. She also visited the scene of the attack, which was Beto African Methodist Episcopal Church twice. Before her arrest Last November, A judge sent a spy into a juvenile justice facility until she turns 21 after she entered a guilty plea to attempted murder. On Thursday. We'll rapper Rick Ross is serious about building an empire. He recently shelled out a million bucks to buy 87 acres of property in Fayetteville, Georgia. Gland sits about 20 miles outside of Atlanta, not far from his multimillion mansion. He calls it the promised land. Well Thursday night. Many watch the last presidential debate between Trump and Biden and President Trump says he feels good about his performance. I think last night was very, very successful. We've gotten great.

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Fresh update on "african methodist episcopal church" discussed on Too Much Truth With Derrick Boazman

Too Much Truth With Derrick Boazman

00:51 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "african methodist episcopal church" discussed on Too Much Truth With Derrick Boazman

"Okay. Good afternoon. Atlanta. I'm Amanda Cooper Years. What's happening? A Gainesville teen will spin a few years incarcerated for plotting an attack at a black church in the city. Caitlyn Pie was 16 years old when fellow students found a notebook that show detailed plans to commit murder. She also visited the scene of the attack, which was Beto African Methodist Episcopal Church twice. Before her arrest last November. A judge Dennis spying to a juvenile justice facility until she turns 21 after she entered a guilty plea to attempted murder. On Thursday. We'll rapper Rick Ross is serious about building an empire. He recently shelled out a million bucks to buy 87 acres of property in Fayetteville, Georgia. The land sits about 20 miles outside of Atlanta, not far from his multimillion mansion. He calls it the promised land. Well Thursday night. Many watch the last presidential debate between Trump and Biden and President Trump says he feels good about his performance. I think last night was very,.

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"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:23 min | 3 weeks ago

"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on WTOP

"Heading into the weekend sunny skies for Saturday highs will be in a little bit sixties. And sunny skies for most of Sunday, then some afternoon clouds highs to be in the mid to upper sixties and is 54 right now in the plate of 52 sterling in 59 in downtown Washington. All right, man, Thanks. It's 7 50, the 13th annual Chesapeake Film Festival kicks off today. This year's event will be completely virtual and free of charge. We've always known this festival to be sort of a grassroots festival. It's really a film festival for the People of Board member Irene Maga. Fan salutes environmental films like Never too small. It is a short documentary, produced and directed by a 10 Year old. He's from Arlington, Virginia. His name is Mason Maraba Lee. He is so passionate about climate change and social justice films like Emmanuel 21 year old white supremacist opened fire in Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, and nine African Americans lay dead. So Emmanuelle is a poignant story of justice and faith, love and hate, and the healing power of forgiveness. Here are full chat on Dot com Jason Fraley w TH The NEWS. The Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture is getting a new director in January, Kevin Young will succeed the founding director, Lonnie Bunch, who is now secretary of the Smithsonian. Young is currently director of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in New York. He's best known as a poet, author, essayist and editor. He's written the 11 books of poetry to works of nonfiction, and he's the editor of 10 other works, including a new book of African American poetry coming out this fall. The common application used by more than 900. Colleges in the US will no longer ask students that they've gotten into trouble in high school. The Wall Street Journal reports that decision to drop the question is expected to benefit black students Research into the applications. Data found black students answer the question. Yes more often that twice as often as white students did. Black female students were three times as likely as white female students to say they had been disciplined. The question has appeared on the common application since 2006. It is used to flag applicants with histories of cheating or behavioral issues. Turns out that aging baby boomers are better drivers than they were expected to be. This contradicts the long held worry that aging baby boomers would mean more crashes. Institute president David Harkey says vehicles are getting safer and people are aging better. There's no doubt That older adults are healthier today, then perhaps they they've ever been. Harkey, however, remains concerned that the crash rate could go up as more boomers hit their eighties. Jeff Gilbert. CBS NEWS Detroit The US cruise industry will remain idle for another month, just two hours before it's current. No sale order on the U. S cruise industry was set to expire. The CDC extended it through October 31st U. S A today reporting the CDC act. Really wanted. The band extended till early 2021 but reached a compromise with White House taskforce tohave it expire before the November election. In fact, most major cruise lines have already suspended their operations through this month, anyway. Vicki Barker, CBS news Hey, when you run in the annual Marine Corps Marathon, no doubt you run with purpose, And we'd love for you to tell us why this year's race is important to you. Your motivations your.

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"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:22 min | 2 months ago

"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of course, our health inspectors that are part of the county. And so we're looking at ways that we can more quickly and force that without putting officers or deputies in any risk, and with making sure that it isn't just a one time solution, but a permanent one in those places that can spread this disease. The proposal comes just days after a huge house party in Beverly Hills. Ends in a deadly shooting. Two others were wounded as that party wrapped up 9 47 Sunshine 77 here in Boston. Concern continues to grow in southeast Massachusetts. AZM or mosquito samples turn up with the Tripoli virus. 10 more of them found infected in Plymouth County Health officials have pushed the risk level too high now in the time of town of Wareham. Eastern equine encephalitis has been found in mosquitoes in several Massachusetts counties, but none more prevalent than in Plymouth County. The state's first human case comes in Middleborough that community and Carver both now considered at critical risk. During the nationwide call for police reform. Six Massachusetts lawmakers are working behind the scenes to negotiate a final bill that all sides can agree upon on police reform. A Senate bill calls for limits on qualified immunity. The House wants a stricter ban on facial surveillance. Earlier this week, A group of pastors with the African Methodist Episcopal Church urged lawmakers to include both off those measures. And today, the Boston Police Patrolman's Association has taken out a full page ad in the globe, saying it's time to stand up for Boston's finest details from W. Bt's Laurie Kirby, symbolic red, white and blue ink. The police union calls on citizens of Massachusetts to call their local state. Rep and Senator Toe asked. They take their time on reforming policing and to get it right. The ad goes on to say President Obama recognize the bpd as one of the premier commute. City policing departments in the nation. Now because of the actions of individuals thousands of miles away, police officers everywhere are being painted with the same brush the union rights Given these turbulent times, the last thing Massachusetts needs is hasty overreaction. Laurie Kirby W B. Z Boston's NewsRadio Developments in Foxboro. Grabbing.

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Massachusetts House Unveils Police Reform Bill, Boston

Jay Talking

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Massachusetts House Unveils Police Reform Bill, Boston

"Beacon Beacon Hill. Hill. The The House House is is set set to to debate debate a a police police reform reform measure measure that that includes includes a a police police certification certification process, process, standardizes standardizes training across the state and makes officer discipline records more readily available to the public. More from W. V. C. TV's Michael across the Massachusetts House of Representatives is preparing to debate its version of a police reform bill later this week. You know, hard work was put into this, You know, we've been in conversation just around the clock every day. For the past couple weeks, there's been a lot of input a lot of conversations with stakeholders on both sides. One of the major elements is the creation of the Massachusetts Police Standards and training Commission. It would be the quote civil enforcement agency. Decertify, Restrict, revoke or suspend certification for officers, agencies and academies. Naval also bans facial recognition Choke holds and has no knock warrant limitations. I think there's a missed opportunity African Methodist Episcopal Church pastors and the A. C L U of Massachusetts. Both have a problem with the House bill's language involving qualified immunity, which hinder someone's ability to take an officer to court if their rights were violated. You know if anyone else violates the rights, you get to go to court right and sue them, but It should be the same for police officers know in America. No one should be above the law, not even police officers. Enormous police chief is still going through the 129 page House bill to see how it compares to the Senate's version. But the bottom line is we want to make sure there is a good policing bill that approves policing and also Takes care of people feel like they've been underserved and under the House version of the bill, any future colonel of the state police can be appointed from outside of the department. The Senate has already passed its version of the legislation that would place limits on the qualified immunity shielding officers from civil prosecution and would place limits on the use of force by law enforcement.

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"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

08:47 min | 4 months ago

"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"With the A. M E. That's the African Methodist Episcopal Church. He served the public for nearly 35 years. He's also an attorney by trade. He was a prosecutor before serving as assistant to the chief of police of the Phoenix Police Department. Richard also served in the Arizona Attorney general's office as his special policy advisor for law enforcement. We welcome to the centering other conservative circuits Pastor Gerald Richard and passer a za, former prosecutor and public defender. I imagine you have a very unique perspective on what you're watching right now. Can you tell you tell us through the eyes of a pastor? What we're seeing. Ah, Jane first Good morning. It's so good, Teo talk with you again. Through the eyes of Pastor. I tell you what, probably one of the best sermons that I've heard, even with all of the and you and I have talked about the divisiveness that's going on was one that was Shared with us yesterday by Reverend Judy Kato. And it was based on love, and she was talking about how with everything that is going on whether we look in the Old Testament or New Testament. There's one Consistent message and that is, if we can love one another. We can get through this. And so through the eyes of a pastor. You're always concerned about the safety and welfare of your congregation. But you're also concerned about the safety and welfare of your neighbors. And so that would be, I guess. Part of the best way to put it far through the eyes of the past. Well, you know, now I gotta have you put on your your other cap. Because because you've been very involved in the city. You know, as a lawyer as someone who's worked with the police department with the A A G department. What are we looking at? We wear that hat. When it well, when I wear that hat when I I must admit it takes leaving. Further to not only What I felt when I was growing up in 1968 after Dr King was killed. And we had the rights that occurred in Chicago. And one thing that I always said was that while I was with the Phoenix Police Department and working with community relations and And the legal aspect of it. I never want to see that again and thank God under my watch. That did not occur even with one of the largest demonstrations in the state history with over 150,000 people marching In April 26. And so when I see this, I know that there could be through proper planning. Um and Communication and working. Working with the police and the community that you could have Incredible demonstrations with no incidents and no arrests. I'm proud to say that I was with the Phoenix Police Department as the commission on the Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agency said in 26 it's one of the best law enforcement agencies in the world. And chief Jerry Williams is doing an incredible job as far as trying to Work through all of this is going on right now. Um, right now, I tell you, it was so disheartening because I saw when I went to Ferguson, Missouri to do the act Action assessment, DOJ. And that is To see where there has been destruction. The James I saw something this morning that just absolutely blew me away. And that was the number of citizens have come out, especially those who are professional athletes or who had played Um, on the collegiate level to clean up the city to take those steps in order. I didn't see that When I was in Ferguson, I didn't see that in 1968. And so there's a certain balance that is going on here. Where by individuals they may Be disgruntled and disheartened because of the destruction that has gone on. But there are just too many individuals have said I'm gonna get up at 5 36 o'clock in the morning. And I'm going to go out there and I'm going to clean my city up because we're not going to stand for this far as being a place that looks like it's a war zone, one of the most soul crushing videos I've seen since this whole craziness to start. It was the old woman. Who was just devastated the story. Their neighborhood had been burned her department place, just date had been the high rise had been damaged severely. She had no place to go. She had no place to go if she was crying. Asking Why air people doing this? Why are you doing this? Why you? Why are you destroying your own neighborhood? Where is this woman going to go shopping now? Where's she going to get her? She's already Oh, jeez. I think she's gonna will changes. Her home has been damaged. What do people like that do? And most of the time when this is happening is in parts of the city, where most of our people of color And yet We don't have the Democrats talking about that. In the center ring of the conservative Circus. We have Paris Denard. He is a political and social commentator is the former George W. Bush White House staffer in in Paris, you you have called for Democrats to come out and condemn these riots. What are the chances that that's going to happen? Thanks for having me on the show, and I'm honored to be on again. I thought I don't know if Democrats appointed t get condemned the riot. I see what they're starting to do now, interestingly enough, Ah, He's stay at home bands, I think is pretty interesting in the middle of covert 19 in middle of Communicates the city's burning to the ground. They wanna lift. Um, stay at home orders that they've had in place to keep people healthy and safe from Kobe 19 but it seems as if they want them to be able to go out while the rioting and looting by and teeth and other liberal leftist anarchist groups are pillaging communities of color. I think that the Democrat mayors and governors have to stop putting politics before people and they need to understand that at this time, it's not about whether or not Donald Trump is right or wrong because in a sense of law and order, and public safety, hey has been right in the sense of him supporting the peaceful protesters and standing from Justice Resort. Floyd family, hey is right. But they don't want to admit that he is right and that his policies on the call for early Intervention of law enforcement to prevent the destruction of Black owned businesses. Pharmacies hot, You know, places where they go to the grocery stores means that is essential issue of this rioting that's happening. How is ravishing, the black community on it? It's a travesty of the Democratic governors and mayors did not come out. Early swiftly and strongly to denounce it. I agree with you something about it. I agree with you. I also just is disheartened when I'm seeing people like, Ah, don living will see it in encouraging the writing, encouraging the anger other pundits and encouraging this fully realizing that is the people who live in these neighborhoods who are goingto It's like for the rest of their lives, because 20 years from now these buildings are still going to be scarred and burned out. Not only the encouraging their justifying it and the funny thing about the situation as we all know that you can sit on your and your ivory Tower your your data community or in your penthouse and And and and talk about. Tell people Yes. Go out that your voice be heard. Go on, do that and that neighborhood over there, right? But if this was happening in There. Nearly front yard or backyard are their business or their grand parents. Kisses. Are there uncle small businesses or their own small businesses? They will be singing a different tune. Because you can sit back and let it happen to them because you don't feel like you're truly a part of it. But I I come in the people who may not even live anywhere near the violence and O'Reilly, who can say This is wrong because I care about the black lives the black businesses that are being destroyed unjustifiably by these anarchists and these people and teeth of people and some in the community who need to know that what you're doing is vulnerable is justifiable and it's wrong. Ladies and.

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"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:17 min | 4 months ago

"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on KCRW

"News is next live from NPR news I'm korva Coleman later this morning Senate Republicans are expected to release their proposed legislation to revamp policing practices Democrats are seeking strong measures to ban chokeholds and permit the justice department to investigate police departments and bureaus Kelsey Snell reports the GOP measures don't go that far because Republicans say police departments are controlled by state and local governments a big part of the logic that we hear from Republicans and we've heard from Congress traditionally is that this is an issue of federalism in that state and local governments are the ones who are in control of police departments and that there is a very limited role for the federal government to play here I we've heard that from us the Majority Leader Mitch McConnell mentioning that there's you know there are limits to federalism here NPR's Kelsey Snell reporting it's been five years since a white supremacist murdered nine black worshippers at a historic black church in Charleston South Carolina NPR's Debbie Elliott reports memorial events today include a black lives matter protest for racial justice Reverend Sharon Risher his mother Ethel Lee lance was gunned down during a Wednesday night Bible study in the twenty fifteen mass shooting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church known as mother of Manuel why they were killed in that church has to do with systematic racism and the rise of white supremacy in our country she says recent police killings that have set off weeks of protests are evidence of a disregard for black lives activists have called for a peaceful protest this afternoon followed by a memorial service at mother Emanuel the shooter dylann roof was sentenced to death on federal hate crimes in twenty seventeen Debbie Elliott NPR news the town of Ferguson Missouri has sworn in its first black mayor Bella Jones Ferguson came to attention in twenty fourteen after a white police officer shot and killed eighteen year old Michael brown who was black India's prime minister has called a crisis meeting for Friday with all Indian political parties this follows the killing of twenty Indian soldiers on the Chinese border on Monday NPR's Lauren Frayer reports there's anger and mourning in China.

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"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:39 min | 4 months ago

"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Can the U. S. economy recover from the pandemic if the wealthiest Americans aren't spending money new data shows they're not and in Italy small businesses took a hit during cope at nineteen but loan sharking I did just fine it's Wednesday June seventeenth Kendrick Lamar is thirty three today and the news is next live from NPR news I'm korva Coleman later this morning Senate Republicans are expected to release their proposed legislation to revamp policing practices Democrats are seeking strong measures to ban chokeholds and permit the justice department to investigate police departments and bureaus Kelsey Snell reports the GOP measures don't go that far because Republicans say police departments are controlled by state and local governments a big part of the logic that we hear from Republicans and we've heard from Congress traditionally is that this is an issue of federalism in that state and local governments are the ones who are in control of police departments and that there's a very limited role for the federal government to play here I we've heard that from us the Majority Leader Mitch McConnell mentioning that there is you know their limits to federalism here NPR's Kelsey Snell reporting it's been five years since a white supremacist murdered nine black worshippers at a historic black church in Charleston South Carolina NPR's Debbie Elliott reports memorial events today include a black lives matter protest for racial justice Reverend Sharon Risher his mother Ethel Lee lance was gunned down during a Wednesday night Bible study in the twenty fifteen mass shooting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church known as mother of Manuel why they were killed in that church has to do with the systematic racism in the lives of white supremacy in our country she says recent police killings that have set off weeks of protests are evidence of a disregard for black lives activists have called for a peaceful protest this afternoon followed by a memorial service at mother Emanuel the shooter dylann roof was sentenced to death on federal hate crimes in twenty seventeen Debbie Elliott NPR news the town of Ferguson Missouri has sworn in its first black mayor Ella Jones Ferguson came to attention in twenty fourteen after a white police officer shot and killed eighteen year old Michael brown who was black India's prime minister has called a crisis meeting for Friday with all Indian political parties this follows the killing of twenty Indian soldiers on the Chinese border on Monday NPR's Lauren Frayer reports there's anger and mourning in China.

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Eliza Ann Gardner born - May 28, 1831

This Day in History Class

03:29 min | 5 months ago

Eliza Ann Gardner born - May 28, 1831

"Podcast. The stain history class is production of iheartradio pay. I'm eaves and welcome to this day in history class. A podcast where we bring you a little slice of history every day. I hope you all are still faring. Well I am faring. Well I am still in my closet. Everything is going great and I am so happy to still be bringing you all episodes with that fit on with the show. Today is may twenty eighth at twenty twenty? The Day was may twenty eighth eighteen. Thirty one abolitionist and religious leader Elisa. An was born in new. York Gardner is remembered for founding the Missionary Society of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Garner's family likely became involved in the Ame Zion Church when they lived in New York but when Elisa was young the family moved to Boston where Elisa was raised anti slavery circles in Boston. Her father became a ship contractor. The family lived in the mainly Black West. End Neighborhood in their home was a stop on the underground railroad. A network of routes and locations that enslaved people used to escape to free state in Canada because of this to us acquainted with figures like sojourner truth. Harriet Tubman and William Lloyd Garrison. Once you left school. She supported herself through just making and joined church. Abolitionist circles Gardner became a Sunday school teacher and she became Sunday School Superintendent for Boston. She organized the First Zion Missionary Society in New England at her church the society which later became known as the Ladies Home and Foreign Missionary Society raised money to send missionaries to Africa as Black methodists debated women's role in the Church and Missionary Fundraising Gardner weighed in on the question. She said the following at the eighteen eighty four. Amu Zion general conference. I come from old Massachusetts where we have declared that all not only men but women too are created free and equal with certain inalienable rights which men are bound to respect. She went on to say that women would continue to support the church if it's male leaders supported and respected

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African Methodist Episcopal Church founded - April 9, 1816

This Day in History Class

03:34 min | 7 months ago

African Methodist Episcopal Church founded - April 9, 1816

"The day was April ninth eighteen sixteen. The African Methodist Episcopal Church was founded the Ame. Church as it's known was the first organized denomination and the US to be formed by black people. The AME church has its roots in the Free African society an organization that provided aid to newly freed black people in the US. Preachers Richard Allen and Absalom Jones as well as other people in Philadelphia forms organization in the seventeen eighty s facing discrimination. At Saint George's Methodist Episcopal Church in Philadelphia. A group of black congregants decided to leave the church. Most of them wanted to affiliate with the Protestant Episcopal Church since they did not want to align with the methodist who persecuted them so the Free African society opened the Saint. Thomas African Episcopal Church with Jones as the head but Allen led a small group of people who wanted to remain this in seventeen ninety four the BETHEL African Methodist Episcopal. Church was dedicated into service in seventeen ninety. Nine Bishop Francis Asbury of the Methodist Episcopal Church ordained Richard Alan. As minister BETHEL's Allan. White Methodist leaders develop the founding document of BETHEL Ame but as membership in the church grew so did tensions between the black people in the church in white authorities. The ladder attempted to limit. Bethel's independence doing things like threatening to prevent her to meetings. They still considered to be an entity that existed within Saint George's and therefore subject to its authority but Alan continued to advocate for African methodist independence. Even as white methodist escalated the tactics that they use to oppose the churches authorities. He turned to an attorney who advised him to add an African supplement to churches founding document. This supplement said that. Bethel's trustees rather than the methodist conference control the Church's property. It also says that if the pastor at Saint George's did not fulfil his preaching and Sacramento obligations. The trustees would call on someone else. On top of Allen's efforts BETHEL members rejected the actions of Saint George's ministers who attempted to assert their authority by eighteen sixteen BETHEL had around fourteen hundred members in the beginning of that year the validity of Allen's African supplement was challenged in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Alan emerged victorious in the case with a court. Affirming BETHEL's independence and Allen's right to self-determination as a pastor James Champion a minister at Bethel Daniel Coker obliged methods in Baltimore wrote a treatise about the rise of African methodism with and Allen encouraged their congregations to form a denomination April ninth eighteen sixteen Allen and coker called it black methodist to meet in Philadelphia. Coker was elected the first bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church but coker either declined the position or resigned and soon Alan was consecrated as the first bishop of the church as more black preachers and parisioners grew tired of dealing with racism and the Methodist Episcopal Church. They withdrew to align with the African methodist by the eighteen fifties. The denomination had reached California and after the civil war and reconstruction years membership in the Ame. Church grew significantly today. The Turks has membership in dozens of countries.

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A Closer Look at the Black-Jewish Congressional Caucus

People of the Pod

14:21 min | 8 months ago

A Closer Look at the Black-Jewish Congressional Caucus

"January and February have been full of commemorative moments for both the black and Jewish Communities. The birthday of Martin Luther King Junior the death anniversary of Anne Frank International Holocaust remembrance and Black History Month we sat down individually with three founders of the Black Jewish congressional caucus democratic congresswoman Brenda Lawrence Democratic congresswoman. Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Republican Congressman Lee Zeldin to discuss why the caucus exists the issues. They think it will address and why it's important for black and Jewish leaders to work together. Not Apart I I asked about the original purpose of the Black Jewish congressional caucus how that purpose has evolved since its conception and what the main issues the caucus to address we. I posed the question to chief. Founder Representative Brenda Lawrence when I went to my colleagues. And ask them if they would be interested in forming a black Jewish Caucus. Civically this administration. I have seen an uptick in divisiveness and Rachel tension and also hate crimes been reported as validated being on Increasing and we have such a strong and long history of lack American and the Jewish community coming together in those times when our country lost its way the Jewish community came to the support of the black community during the civil rights movement. We have shared experience between the Holocaust. Slavery of being people oppressed by no other reason except for who we are and We know and we feel uniquely the stereotypes in the tension that are often placed on us as black and Jewish citizens of this country. And we are here in Congress to write laws and policies to ensure quality to make sure that we're forcing the civil rights of this country and we should be having a unique conversation around this and I can tell you I was so impressed with the support and willingness in a bipartisan way to form the caucus so what are the main issues that the caucus hopes to address. Well I want to know that as we look at hate crimes and discrimination as anti Semitic. It's racist xenophobic Often go back to Martin Luther King. Our unity is born of our common struggle for centuries not only to rid ourselves bandage but to make oppression of any people by others impossible so when we plan or what. Our jackets is our is that we will make sure that we are uniquely informed. We are aware of these incidents and policies and situations where we see Racism not being addressed properly or being able or being nurtured and that we can pass policies and enforce loss through our justice system to ensure we're holding true to one nation under God indivisible with liberty and justice for all next. We asked Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz during the civil rights movement jewish-americans lent critical support to the N. Double ACP and fought alongside. Dr Martin Luther King Junior to challenge racial segregation in public accommodations and black leaders have stood with the Jewish community following the tragic shootings. At synagogues in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania and POW California Joakim Prinz german-american Rabbi and refugee of Nazi. Germany represented the Jewish community as an organizer during the nineteen sixty three march on Washington. So that history is long and and significant and so the the The Black Jewish caucus is really important for us to be able to to retie those binds. And make sure that we can work on the modern day issues that are of mutual concern to both communities are purposes to assemble leaders to learn from one. Another advocate for joint concerns Regardless of party we believe And we exist because all partners are committed calling out hate and racism and discrimination anti-semitism and xenophobia whenever and wherever it rears its ugly head and you know our alliance in the Black Jewish caucus is really important so that we can work to honor and strengthen and safeguard the bond of our communities that have been developed in the struggle for equality in America. Then we asked representative Lee Zeldin. There is a need to better bridge the gap between the Jewish community and the black community and understanding a long rich history of the the black community fighting for on behalf of with the Jewish Committee and community and vice versa This isn't a new concept for us to be working closely and back in World War. Two was seven sixty first tank battalion. Bed Liberated gun skirt skin and God almost four hundred medals for their heroics their efforts and it was Jewish members who stood side by side with the black community during the civil rights push and some actually ended up giving up their lives in that fight for Justice and equality fast forward to two thousand and nineteen. This was announced in June But we were talking to each other about it for a few months leading up to that. Brenda Lawrence Really did a fantastic job taking a lead initiative. The American Jewish Committee was also influential and helpful with that. 'cause how has it evolved since then? I would say that more and more people have expressed interest in being part of it so it's become a bigger and it's allowed us to build a stronger network and we've seen a divide close But the challenges still exist and we just had a Hanukkah in two thousand nineteen that was marked by violent antisemitic attacks in and around the New York City area and some of the people who were paying attention to it saw that the individuals who are carrying out the attacks weren't neo Nazis. They weren't they weren't white supremacists. They weren't a radical Islamic extremists. And they they weren't Politically motivated it was a different dynamic than what you might have been talking about in June of two thousand nineteen You had some people who are talking about the the black Israel The Hebrew Israelite Movement But then others within that movement rejecting the acts carried out up in Munsey attacking the rabbi's home as well as attacking The the Jewish Kosher Supermarket in New Jersey. So in a way if you ask me how it evolved part of. It's been positive With all of the outreach in all of the new relationships and part of it has been an added challenge added friction as we witnessed what happened in the Hanukkah two thousand nineteen and struggling with figuring out how to as quickly as possible Deal with that next. We asked how the black community can support Jewish concerns and how the Jewish community can more forcefully advocate for African American issues. Here's what Linda Lawrence had to say. Yes the Jewish community has in the past as as you know during the civil rights movement Jewish communities one of our strongest legal and justice advocate on the judicial system but it is lifting the voice of Black America Black Lives Matter Institutional that is. Our biggest challenge institutional racism when it comes to the education when it comes to housing when it comes to the criminal justice lending voice to the black community and pointing out those things that are wrong and the black community. What we can do is make sure that we are calling out the stereotypes against the Jewish community. Then we heard from Debbie Wasserman Schultz. There is really some significant overlap that particularly with the violence and the Anti Semitism and bigotry. That is being hurled at our communities not just with these horrendous murders but with social media attacks and you know protest against our communities and discriminatory actions so we have a lot on our plate. Initially that I think are in my view important for our communities mutually and you know because the Caucasus really in its infancy as we mature and move down the road. Get to know one another issues that you know. We can be across the aisle and across our communities and the caucus focused on trying to prioritize the issues that the individual communities find important and lastly representative Lee Zeldin. Well we always spent a lot of times so far I talking about the way. The Jewish community has been targeted with not just Anti Semitic thoughts but antisemitic actions and violent and some cases of its cost people their lives. So you know the the ways for the the black community to identify what? The top issues are Right now for the Jewish community. We're seeing it. Play out really in the national news and the national debate for the Black Community The there still is racism in our country in many respects and I think that teaching tolerance and and understanding ensuring that policies aren't discriminatory that individuals have the ability to achieve the American dream and shouldn't be held back just because they might be someone of color or they might be practicing a different religion like Judaism. That discrimination racism still exists in our country. We saw it play out not too long ago on. Long Island where I'm from the first. Congressional district of New York is on the east end of Long Island There was a story that was in. Newsday was an investigative report of members of the real estate industry discriminating against people of color who were trying to find housing trying to Purchase a home to achieve the American dream. And unfortunately that's an exception and not the norm. It's rare But the response has been robust with investigations. That have been lost. launched as well as the real estate industry themselves Self policing Each Other To educate but educate each other and to push out of their industry people who are discriminating against Black individuals who are trying to own a home and then she the American dream so I would say as far as identifying some of the biggest needs right now of the black community. I would say that just like it was easy to identify anti-semitism as a top needed needs to get addressed for the Jewish community. I would say. Racism is something that's very prevalent and still needs to be addressed absolutely with regards to the black community next. We asked what issues of mutual concern? The caucus can address. Here's what Brenda Lawrence had to say. I think it's extremely important. That the black and Jewish community allow the history of oppression for either of our people to be forgotten. You know there's some people who like to say the Holocaust didn't happen. There are people who say You know black people so each other to slavery. So what's the big deal? We cannot allow the history that as horrific as it is to be forgotten. And that's something else that I think that we uniquely can do as citizens of this country and as survivor and Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Right now we have a really significant challenge around white supremacy and the rise of white supremacists in United States white supremacist increasingly targeted and killed large groups of people in recent years because of their race or religion in the United States in Twenty fifteen we had nine African Americans who were murdered murdered by a gunman whose name I won't mention at the Emmanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church Mother Emmanuel in Charleston South Carolina. Because and this is quoting the murderer. He knew that it would be a place to get a small amount of black people in one area. You had Robert Bowers. Last year yelled antisemitic. Slurs before he opened fire and killed eleven worshippers at the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania and that was the deadliest attack on the Jewish community. American history you've had attacks on mosques where insecurity has had to be increased after fifty one people were massacred to mosques in New Zealand. So we have a very current urgent challenge with bigotry. Anti-semitism white supremacists who are engaging in in deadly violence and so that's at the security and houses of fighting. Anti Semitism and bigotry is Is really the top of our current list of issue the very tragic areas of mutual concern for for both communities and and I would also add Particularly because most of these crimes perpetrated with guns the Jewish community in the African American community have have really come together around making sure that we can close all the loopholes that allow people who shouldn't have a gun under federal law here in the US be able to get them Now that issue is unfortunately not bipartisan. I was just getting ready to say. That's gotta be bipartisan. doesn't mean that That the hawks On Black Jewish relations can't take it on

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"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Okay news from news and talk thirteen okay morning it let up what's happened the issues that matter Georgians here at the role state party chair Nikki Williams as Democrats takes center stage tonight for the presidential debate Tyler Perry studios to play host to ten candidates stumping for the party's nomination most of the democratic hopefuls are sticking around the city this week with Bernie Sanders speaking at more house and Elizabeth Warren appeared at Clark Atlanta university tomorrow several others will join Stacey Abrams for a voter registration drive and if it is a Baptist church former president Barack Obama is speaking at an annual environmental event in Atlanta today a white sixteen year old girl is accused of plotting to attack a predominantly black church in north Georgia city officials say they arrested a teenage girl from Gainesville yesterday after school and covered her plan to attack battle African Methodist Episcopal Church clearly this is an issue of hate and their word we got from the police was she'd targeted this church because of its demographics according to school administrators they discover the plot after going to a high school student told teachers the suspect had a note but with detailed plans to kill worshipers at the church specific details of the alleged plot have not been released the teenager is being charged with criminal attempt to commit murder well the Atlanta Falcons look to continue their recent NFC south success this Sunday at home against the Buccaneers Atlanta has won two straight division gaze at New Orleans in Carolina to get to three and seven Tampa is also three and seven having lost five of six weather wise today sunny with a high near sixty four that's what's happening have a great day Lana I'm Maria waited for news and talk thirteen eighty W. A. okay now let's go to the W. A. okay traffic's brought to you by any with the right money hundred progress call me with the right at one eight hundred truck crash because life doesn't stop twenty seventh all worry BTL traffic leaves at the fun fair by and better still pretty busy for you out there the five corners self in the leaves begin already that pleasant hills problem ahead just passed Jimmy Carter Boulevard widely scattered crashed out there for a little while being lane configurations as well on track the angle of the light traffic cameras we've had two lane getting by on the right one lane getting by on the right stopping all traffic on the right widely scattered a crash and you getting while the right but at times two lanes one lane or is temporarily stopped also to eighty five headed north on the east side I have a crash we read least popular thinking of the right side of the roadway as well the other connector headed north of range.

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"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Center with W. espys top stories this half hour thought process is warped that's bishop Reginald Jackson talking about love learning that a sixteen year old high school student from hall county planned to kill people at a predominantly black church and Wally says they will pray for her Amy church in Georgia did not intend to let this incident go quiet the teen who is white and who apparently idolizes dylann roof from the fatal church shooting in South Carolina plan to attack Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Gainesville the teen told a classmate and that classmate alerted police with three when that commission seats up for grabs next year Democrats are circling waiting to take control with corner commission chair Charlotte gnashing district one commissioner James Brooks announcing they will not seek reelection when at Democratic Party chair Brianna Keaton believes the party will for the first time not only control but have an all democratic panels generally we're not hearing from Republicans about their intentions Democritus and part because maybe they're not feeling so good about their chances of winning so far district three commissioner Tommy hunter who has fallen under fire since his racist remarks hasn't officially said whether he will run again center parish ninety five point five double U. S. B. police say three suspects had up pharmacies in metro Atlanta stealing thousands of dollars worth of drugs and a former White House national security officials said his boss told him to quote tell the lawyers about to worry some conversations in which a diplomat told him about blocking military aid to Ukraine to Morrison testified at today's impeachment hearing about two September exchanges with Gordon sign when WSB news time is seven thirty two this news brought to you by Mr plumber.

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White teen accused of plotting deadly attack on black church

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00:20 sec | 1 year ago

White teen accused of plotting deadly attack on black church

"Four police say a white sixteen year old girls accused of plotting to attack a mostly black church in north Georgia in the Gainesville police chief says their investigation indicated that the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church was targeted by the girl because she wanted to kill black people specific details of the alleged plots have not been released a teenager charged with criminal attempt to commit murder being held in a youth

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"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Hour news center shock story from Gainesville this afternoon a teenager they're accused of plotting to attack a church the teenager who is white planned to attack the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Gainesville according to Gainesville police students agains all high school told administrators of the girl had a notebook with detailed plans to commit murder at the church they say the motive was racial the church was notified of the threat the sixteen year old girl arrested and now charged with criminal attempt to commit murder spree Cupid ninety five point five W. SPD sixty seven degrees on Peachtree street at two or one news brought to you by artisan custom closets WSB meteorologist Kirk Miller says mid sixties more sun this afternoon and this morning it went as most accurate dependable forecast is coming up I'm Jeannie do pre in the trump impeachment hearings as the White House Twitter account question the judgment of its own national security staffer was inappropriate lieutenant colonel Alexander vin many expressed his worries over the president's call with the leader of Ukraine frankly I couldn't believe what I what I was hearing Republicans tried repeatedly to undercut the work of the admin at the White House you never leaked information I never did never would be two more witnesses testify this afternoon as Republicans denounced the hearings and Democrats said they showed clearly the president wanted Ukraine to start investigations to help him politically president trump slams the ongoing hearings as a disgrace and a kangaroo courts even as he acknowledges that if the first time that he is watch part of the public hearings trump says he has never heard of lieutenant colonel that meant to resume at two thirty and remember we're broadcasting the hearings live under uninterrupted on AM seven fifty even as we continue with the regular programs here on ninety five point five FM also streaming the here exit WSB radio dot com and enter WSB radio app president trump telling everybody he's fine after visiting a Medical Center over.

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"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On the day she died Tuesday morning September seventeenth this was the Bible verse that popped up on my phone and you shall know the truth and the truth will set you free need to have Cokie Roberts was the ultimate truth teller I would like to engage in what we'll call a lightning round twenty twenty twenty twenty is going to be fascinating and I and I think that the president has a very good shot of reelection Donald Trump yeah that's his name is this the guy that. the Democrats could really blow it New York Yankees my husband adores and they are the other woman in my life. what about Steve Roberts hello well you know we've only been married fifty two years the love of my life Reno nine at CBS news New York Connie Roberts for seventy five years old the democratic presidential candidates descended upon the more in Iowa for the steak fry fundraiser which is one of the last stops for candidates to pitch their ideas to I would Democrats before the caucuses in February student to Valerie Bhuvana diversity at ten that the events and tells us she came away from it feeling very hopeful for the Democratic Party and its chances in twenty twenty it was very very hopeful and made me think that there will be a better tomorrow. Florida grandmothers speaking out about the arrest of her six year old granddaughter kai at at her charter school in Orlando and charged with battery after an incident at school Maryland Kirkland says the child as a sleeping disorder that's being treated but is not yet resolved and sometimes acts out because of it Kirkland says the police officer told her he too has a sleeping disorder but doesn't behave like the six year olds first grader dead prior to her arrest and leaves the rest is a step too far Los six year old child. should be able to tell somebody that they have handcuffs on them and they were riding in the back of a police car and he can to a juvenile detention center to be fingerprinted mug shot youth leaders from around the world gathered at the United Nations for the U. N. use climate summit those gathered a calling on elected officials to immediately addressed the climate change crisis on Friday millions of people from over a hundred and fifty counties a country that is participated in climate strike protest for the same cost amended humana will hold a climate action summit for world leaders as part of the seventy fourth session of the UN General Assembly Swiss teenager activists are great at noon Berg addressed a panel at today's you summit thanking you and secretary general Antonio Guterres for organizing the event I am very grateful for being here and for being invited here and I want to thank the United Nations and the secretary general for hosting this event for inviting so many aspiring young activists. KCBS news time four thirty five the open arena was buzzing today as corporations and community groups gathered to provide free school supplies to needy families KCBS is Bob but the reports children receive pencils books toys but what they like best with the new shoes for a few years ago opens first African Methodist Episcopal Church started a shoe giveaway to neighbors that first year member Jim Haskins recall they had about a hundred pairs.

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"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Imagine this has a traffic jammed up to about two thirty eight right now and said to the South Bay where we have heavy traffic then acts highway seventeen people probably trying to head to the beach to beat the heat looks like in the southbound direction traffic is heavy from eighty five to the Lexington reservoir beach traffic also in ninety two westbound traffic is stop and go from two eighty eight and a half moon bay your next traffic update one eighteen on the traffic leader. sunny hot today highs ranging from the mid seventies along the coast mid nineties inland tonight will see clear skies mostly in the early part of the evening becoming partly cloudy later tonight lows will be in the upper fifties with winds up to ten to twenty miles an hour in some locations traffic and weather together on the aids and all these one of six nine AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time one ten has our news watch continues three thousand children lined up at the Oakland arena today to get free school supplies KCBS is Bob Butler reports they receive books pencils and most importantly new shoes this giveaway was started twenty three years ago by the first African Methodist Episcopal Church or fame Jim Haskins is a member we just started as I understand it just just people in the neighborhood. it's in a. and they started giving out shoes every year just before in September with the ground school started down in water marina bodies three kids ages eight ten and twelve not a lot of time with him buy a them they shoot because basically we don't have the money that is why I would come over here to say that we can get something.

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"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Police say the shooter fired multiple rounds several directions the windows of the San Jose state's main library got shattered in a nearby parking garage it as well no individual was hit by any bullets the Oakland arena buzzing today corporations and community groups gathering to provide free school supplies to needy families KCBS is Bob boilers there says kids got pencils and books and toys but what they like best with those new shoes twenty three years ago opens first African Methodist Episcopal Church started a shoe giveaway to neighbors that first year member Jim Haskins recall they had about a hundred pairs of shoes charge comes out and then you got to be able to come along side what is the difference I am with it so now it's up to about three thousand foot AT marketing director Ryan warm said just not just shoes there are free hair cuts a bounce house books pencils and toys we want to make it a great day for families and provide the resources and stuff instead of just giving them their shoes we try to think of a way to bring everyone together and the community and have. good times together Eric for brought his three kids me my wife we will work minimum wage jobs just try to cover the bills are they don't give the extra to get a key is the necessary shoes and stuff sometimes they need a ten year old Christopher Marino got a pair of Nikes I like shoes. but you have some of them. in Oakland but Butler KCBS the California golden bears are holding on at Ole miss will check in on the case CBS sports line in just a couple..

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Vernon E. Jordan, Jr. Reflects on His Past

In Black America

07:15 min | 1 year ago

Vernon E. Jordan, Jr. Reflects on His Past

"<hes> best analogy comes from politics permanently. Jordan junior has been called the rover parks of american business born on august august fifteenth nineteen thirty five in atlanta. Georgia jordan is a civil rights icon business consultant and influential powerbroker. Jordan wouldn't a graduate of depauw university way earned a political science degree in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven and howard university school of law never want to sit on the sideline in nineteen fifty one he helped desegregate colleges and universities in georgia from nineteen sixty one to nineteen sixty three he was as a field secretary for the national association for the advancement of colored people in georgia in one thousand nine seven jordan became executive director of the united negro college college fund and i eighteen seventy one. He became president of the national urban league. He held that position for ten years on may twenty nine thousand nine hundred eighty jordan wooden was shot and seriously wounded outside a hotel in fort wayne indiana. This incident became the first story covered by c._n._n. And as we all i know by now jordan became a close confidant and political advisor to president bill clinton this past spring. Jordan was keynote speaker at the summit on race in america held at the l._b._j. Presidential library on the campus of the university of texas at austin the following is an expert of that reason tation now now. Let me explain to situation you. Were in with me this morning and i can only explain it by telling you. I'm a true story. I'm a member of the african methodist episcopal church all my life and and this young pastor who just graduated from seminary and the bishop was signed him to a church a small town in georgia to begin his pastoral ministry astray and the young pastor was cited about the beginning of his pastoral ministry so he went to this small georgia town and on saturday he went around to community to say i'm the new pastor here and i'm beginning again in my pastoral ministry tomorrow and i. I'm looking forward to seeing you at church. In the morning. The morning came mm-hmm and it was raining and stormy and then the black community. The streets were unpaid so they were almost you couldn't get through anywhere but he was excited about the beginning of his pastoral ministry so he put on his suit. He got for graduation and his new shirt and he went to the church at nine in the morning. Nobody showed up for sunday school and it eleven o'clock. Nobody has shown church at eleven twenty. One so parisian shows up the church services so the young new pastor russia's down to the so perimeter and says brother. I'm the new passed a here. I've just graduated from seminary but in similar nair they don't teach you what to do. When only one parisian shows was up for the church service he said do you have any suggestions and the so parisian says well preacher. I'm not a preacher. <hes> i'm a farmer and all i know is that we're well now. Load my wagon full of hey go feed my cows and only one cow shows up with the feeding i feed them and

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"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"So every town she would go to she would demonstrate the products she would find woman in town who seem to have a scalp infection in that she would hire a room in a church and get the water heated and watch the woman's hair and then show just what her products could do and then she was always very good about picking out the women who seem to have the most personality and who might be leaders in their church you might be with their missionary society or with their choir she had a really great knack for finding women who were leaders and she would pick that women women to be her sales agent so that when she left the town she would leave a supply products with that person and then she would stay in touch and then as the woman began to develop a customer base she would order more products from Serra she had asked her daughter to move to Denver so that she would have somebody who is mixing up the products as she and her husband were traveling around so they continued for about a year and a half going as many times as possible she was very smart about advertising she take out a little and in whatever black newspaper for the town where she was going the next week so that she would have a crowd she knew how to develop a crowd and how to create buzz so after about a year and a half she needed to find a new bass and she had been along the east coast by now and she decided to settle in Pittsburgh Pittsburgh seen as she messed up met somebody there she always connected with the African Methodist Episcopal Church congregation she would find a friend who would let her stay you know somebody would write a letter and she would be able to stay with the minister or the doctor of black doctors because most hotels are not open to.

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Researchers Who Study Mass Shootings Say Perpetrators Often Idolize And Copy Others

All Things Considered

03:26 min | 1 year ago

Researchers Who Study Mass Shootings Say Perpetrators Often Idolize And Copy Others

"The man who claimed responsibility for the mass shooting in New Zealand posted a lengthy statement online before the attack it has a hate-filled mix of white nationalism, white supremacy and anti Muslim ramblings he claims to have identified with and taking inspiration from white supremacist. Attackers before him like the shooter at the manual African Methodist episcopal church in Charleston, South Carolina in two thousand sixteen and the attacker at the summer camp in Norway back in two thousand eleven researchers who study such attacks say it's not uncommon for perpetrators to identify with previous attackers NPR's mental health. Correspondent Rita Chatterjee. Is here to explain more Harry to we've heard before about copycat incidents is that basically what we're talking about here. Yeah. So some researchers do use the town copycat phenomenon. Now, we know from this man statement that he was a nominated with previous white supremacist muscular. But this kind of idolizing of previous shooters is not unique to white supremacists. It's actually true for most mass shooter as someone contemplate. Mass violence often will spend days or even weeks studying the lives in acts of previous mass shooters. And it's been shown really well that potential squeeze shoot us, for example will often right in their journals or in school papers how they identify with previous school shooter say the Columbine shooters. And if there's a political ideology involve these individuals than frame their ideology and actions based on the words and actions of those who carried out these acts before them, do we know what drives these shooters to copy their predecessors. It's a very human act. Now, we humans sort of instinctively emulate those around us, especially people we identify with. And we do this in ways be even often don't understand or know. That's how culture spread now. If you take the case of these mass shooters, these individuals tend to be unhappy people, they're dissatisfied, and they tend to have this us against them outlook about the world their social lives, aren't that? Great. They feel like they don't really belong anywhere. Now, you take somebody like this. They can go online and read up about the lives and actions of those who felt like them and who acted on their violent dissatisfied thinking and now they have somebody to identify with. And there's a sense of belonging and purpose that comes with that identification, and they feel justified in how they think and what they want to act on another thing to keep in mind is that a significant number of mass shooters are also suicidal, and this sort of copycat phenomenon has been very well, documented and suicidal behavior as well. Yeah. We've heard about the contagion of suicide where like a celebrity will die by suicide. And then there's an increase in other suicides. Exactly, it's been well documented, for example, after Robin Williams death in even take small communities if someone's death by suicide gets a lot of coverage than spark other suicide. So would you then presume that this attack in New Zealand would spur other similar attacks in the future? Well, according to one study the risk. Of a mass shooting. Inspiring other attacks is the highest in the two weeks following an incident. It's not quite like the contagious -ness of the flu. Where one sick person leads to many people falling sick. But you do sometimes find that mass shootings occur in clusters were one shooting. Sparks a few more. And the one thing to keep in mind. Is that these mass shootings even though are more common today than a couple of decades ago, statistically speaking, they're still

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Denver ministers trying to redefine the fight against racism

Here & Now

03:09 min | 1 year ago

Denver ministers trying to redefine the fight against racism

"Colorado. Public radio's Marie Awad spent some time with a soul to soul sisters. She has our story. The first thing you need to know about Reverend Don Riley divall and Reverend to one a Davis is that they don't have a church. They don't need one says Riley devolved the work that Thuan or call. Do we could not do in the confines of a congregation or even a denomination? We had to create our own thing. And do it how we feel it how we feel called? She says both of them already put in their years as pastors in the African Methodist episcopal church, then they retired defined their non. Off it soul to soul sisters three years ago. Davis says in order to do the work that they do fighting racism they had to play by their own rules. We don't need someone give us permission to do the work. But we are creators, we are co creators, and if we can't co create and doing that work, then do your thing. God bless you wish. No ill on you, you rock and do what you believe is anti racism work, and we're going to do this. And what is this? It's facilitating conversations predominantly among white people about racism about how it works all the different ways it can manifest itself. And most importantly, what a white person's role is in the task of dismantling racism at first they would give presentations to congregations, but Riley divall says not everyone wanted to hear what they had to say heard a lot of hurtful things a lot of hurtful things, and we just decided absolately not that's not healthy. That's not. Itself care. We're not going to open ourselves up to being treated like that nowadays the pair. Let people come to them, and they have to the tune of more than eight hundred people just last year, they run multiple programs now, including one that's still involves congregations. Another called facing racism is a four week intensive there's lots of reading from writings by Malcolm X to rap lyrics is okay. And it is loving. And it is responsible for us to be like, it's not mean, it's not my word to educate this person at a session. I attended people discussed wanting to confront racist family members or ask for advice on how to navigate tough conversations with friends. No one was called out. And no one was judged again Reverend to wanna Davis we are encouraging critical feeling in critical thinking, so you can think differently in this world. So we are again exempt. Defying and embodying what it is to experience difference in how to do this dance the two also emphasized that the work of combating racism is ongoing. So there's a facing racism alumni group that meets

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Charleston church grieves synagogue massacre, angry at Trump rhetoric

24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Charleston church grieves synagogue massacre, angry at Trump rhetoric

"Meaning told his congregation during a Sunday service at a church in Charleston, South Carolina, parisioners at the Emmanuel African Methodist episcopal church grief, the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre and chided president. Trump's rhetoric of hate the synagogue shooting really hit home for the Emanuel congregation because they themselves were the victims of a mass shooting at their church back in two thousand fifteen Reverend manning express frustration over inflammatory comments, President Trump has made other parishioners accused Trump of inciting division in the country will President Trump is reportedly coming to make it on Sunday in support of Brian Kemp. Multiple sources say his stop in middle Georgia as part of a slew of campaign rallies before the election. Trump endorsed Kim just before July's GOP primary runoff in the governor's race. Vice President Mike Pence is planning to join camp on the campaign trail in Dalton savannah and grow town on Thursday. A look at sports now the hawks begin a two game road slinked tonight against the Sixers in Philadelphia Atlanta will also visit Cleveland tomorrow night. The hawks are coming off a ninety seven eighty five home loss to the bulls on Saturday. Atlanta is two and three overall. Philadelphia is three and three sunny with a high near sixty eight today right now, fifty one

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"Lava bomb" flies through roof of Hawaii tour boat, injuring 23

Programming

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"Lava bomb" flies through roof of Hawaii tour boat, injuring 23

"Easy morning commute stay tuned to have your latest traffic update coming up in just a few minutes confidence in, my intelligence people but I will tell you that President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in, his denial today a side-by-side press conference in that comment by President Trump after his meeting, with Russian President Vladimir Putin getting some strong, backlash this morning lawmakers from both sides of. The aisle upset the president did not take a tougher stance against Russia. To stays, ago special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation led to the indictment of twelve. Russian military officers some of the harshest criticism came from fellow Republicans like Senator Ben Sassi who called it bizarre and flat. Out wrong Senator John McCain said it was one of the most disgraceful performances buying American president in memory Indiana senators were quick to call for harsher action by. President Trump democratic, Senator Joe. Donnelly releasing a statement which said in part quote when given the. Chance to stand up. For our country and it security interests President. Trump instead and Bolden President Putin and quote and Republican Senator Todd young also releasing a statement reacting to the, president's criticism of the US intelligence saying quote I have no reason to doubt the clear conclusions, of the intelligence community when it comes to Moscow attempts to undermine our democracy and quote, terrifying new video captures the moment so so-called, lava bomb king falling out of the sky. Hit a tour boat injuring your doesn't on board the accident happening off. The coast, of Hawaii's big island yesterday afternoon the flying chunk of molten rock. Left a large hole in the boats roof and injured more than twenty three people thirteen had to be taken to the. Hospital while ten passengers suffered minor injuries the lava likely coming from some of the eruptions That had been nonstop since may one of all Keno erupted on the island a new memorial is coming to the church grounds in, Charleston were nine people were killed during, a worship service, the memorial for the victims at the Emmanuel African Methodist episcopal church has been, in the works for well over a, year now, but it was just really revealed there to the church congregation this memorial will feature two large curved, stone, benches, of fountain in a garden space one of the architects working on the project helped with the nine eleven memorial fundraising is now underway before, that construction can begin a scary. Fall caught on camera, a woman in Wisconsin ignoring the, flashing arms riding upper bridge that was raised to allow a boat to pass through below she, then rolled into one, of the cracks and got stuck several people eventually see she is stuck and help her get out luckily she was. Okay only suffering some injuries to her face but awfully terrifying there another number. One ranking for caramel the city just named best Place to live in America by another publication the latest ranking came from niche. Dot com. Or rankings in review website they took a, look at things like crime rates public schools cost of living job opportunities local amenities and Carmo was named the..

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"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

KCMO Talk Radio

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"So it'd be twenty twenty one syndicate four with divided by four but but folks have been very active in in this one the conservative theology folks have been more effective in in organizing to the point one annual one global cycle they distributed cell phones to international delegates and then would text them on how vote various so so the organization of the more conservative political folks during the day so the speaking of judah katori bodies bigger conferences in assemblies of the faithful we have the us conference of bishops you're talking about the methodist church the ame church came out just recently with a statement challenging shall we say to say the very least condemning would be more accurate terminology is the african methodist episcopal church condemning attorney general sessions use of scripture in the employ of separating families at the border and that is a pretty strong statement secondly next week the unitarian universalist association their general assembly will be right here in kansas city june twentieth through the twenty fourth and i talked with my friend kendall gibbons about this and hope to be worshiping their at their sunday morning services well down at the their convention and anyway but if you're a member of any of those denominations do give us a call five seven six seven seven one zero and let's talk all right five seven six seven seven one zero here at religion on the line.

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Deputy stayed outside during Parkland school shooting, surveillance video shows

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:17 min | 2 years ago

Deputy stayed outside during Parkland school shooting, surveillance video shows

"We have no trade tapestry is everybody else killed so i said well just and you i didn't even know josh i had no idea i just sent you was assume that gonna laugh but there was no joking today canada pointing to the us government website that shows there is an overall surplus not a deficit to the tune of twelve point five billion dollars in two thousand sixteen that did not convince the president instead doubling down tweeting this morning we do have a trade deficit with canada as we do with almost all countries some of the massive the white house says the president was talking about only the deficit in goods with canada omitting the large surplus the us has in services so let's get to martha raddatz with us live tonight as well so martha as you report there the canadians pointing to our own government website and our numbers i david they stuck with that lo que unfazed canadian style simply forwarding those statistics from the us trade representative that show an overall surplus factoring in both goods and services david all right martha raddatz with us tonight martha thanks next tonight newly released surveillance video raising questions about the police response to the deadly shooting at the school in parkland florida video showing former deputy scott peterson outside the school for twenty seven minutes at seventeen people were being shot and killed peterson and a staff member or seen heading toward the building in a gulf car right there he then takes up a position outside the building his lawyer claims peterson believed the shooting was taking place outside he retired rather than face possible suspension we turn out to the school scare and the same community in south carolina that witnessed that deadly church shooting you'll remember when dylann roof went into the manual african methodist episcopal church and killed so many tonight his sister morgan roof has been arrested for allegedly bringing knife and pepper spray and drugs to school her brother is now on death row for killing nine people at that church morgan roof also accused of posting disturbing messages online here's abc's stevenson saami this was happening students across the country were walking out of school.

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"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on WGTK

"Five five seventeen seventy six is our phone number how do you respond to that she goes on and increases the provocation at least to me here by saying you can be dam sure that if these shootings had been done by black males there would be calls to round up all the young black men across the country until we could determine what was wrong with them or until we the collective way which means the white we felt safe there will be some changes in gun laws there would be action and it would be a major continuing news story rather than one forgotten by sunday this almost as if we want to forgive these men who for days after their crimes have been referred to as broken or troubled well again to say they're broken or troubled is different from saying there insane and evil but clearly i mean would she deny that this nicholas cruises athlete described as broken or troubled she goes on the right when adam lands a shot and killed twenty children six teachers his mother and finally himself at sandy hook elementary school a new town connecticut in two thousand twelve using an ar fifteen we moved on we thought that would be the incident that would change things he murdered babies just learning to read books and solve math problem children's still leaving teeth for the to ferry in giving their wishes to santa claus but we moved on after dylann roof took a handgun and sean nine african american parisioners to death while they prayed they were actually doing bible study anti the emmanuel african methodist episcopal church in downtown charleston and was treated to a hamburger by authorities on the way to jail we moved on i don't know about the being treated to a hamburger but dylann roof should receive the death penalty should be executed are there has been no defence of dylann roof by anybody and as a matter of fact we did not move on immediately after that shooting it was because of that shooting that the confederate flag was taken down in some of the relatively few places where it was still flying this profound change in south carolina and elsewhere and it simply as an unfair indictment to say that people for gave dylann roof for didn't want to.

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"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Local authorities so they could put put it out radar and this is happening every situation so are they communicate with local third is initially if you don't get it then so larry you you raised more than just looked into our up our studio bob production area and i got everybody in their say chicken heads know apparently not and this is exactly what happened with the dylann roof shooting at the african methodist episcopal church in charleston where the fbi or the federal agencies did not communicate with the state agencies which would have prohibited this individual from getting a gun it's the same thing that jordan that you mentioned uh in the military yet tested eluding there yeah there was a court martial for a while abuse of a wife that would prevent yours criminal he spent time in prison military prison uh a dishonorable discharge would have been uh something that was usually reported to the law enforcement facility so that if he did go and try to purchase a weapon he would not be able to they did it reported and yes what he whip he purchased a weapon he killed a lot of people and tax us every so what we are seeing is system failures over it over some some same uh they all seem to have one thing in common though human air not technical air human air though there could be technology she's we all know the technology you can forget a report like they didn't do the report may i could be that the technology that's has said that is a scary thought to think that they but they it does seem when they talk these fbi agents that they're talking a very 1990s what i well he did i mean and again node no disrespect to the agent here but i mean let's play that sound bite again want you to listen to it while judaism seventeen yet the i receive information about.

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"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"The because they're not expecting it right and luckily the hostage was was rescued so of course that was the good news there because them on the hartford was taken that became pretty scary but that's all it was initially there were premature reporting terrorists and what not so swat team helicopters buzzing around all of that and of regain years as i've mentioned i went to begin is kind of southern food upscale conner deal and that was pretty you know pretty surprising and is there you know people customers went through the back door and got out of staff they they uh you know as fast as they could sell the sad thing is get her a reference point the restaurant happens to be a battle block from the emanuel african methodist episcopal church remember a couple of years ago that's where white the premise fatally shot nine people that bible study group and dylann roof who was the guy was sentenced to death in federal court for that massacre so boyle boy um hit brought back memories i been christened his people because of the area especially that it was in but clough one theory tower they luckily it was more air luckily it wasn't more than that as the world turns in a lot of different directions i think summit focused besides what's happening in washington the shooter situation day it is harvey that i mentioned this wall of water talking about 100 and twenty five mile an hour winds you might have heard a simulation that that we played at the top of the show one hundred twenty five mile an hour winds with incredible storm surges and i checked with one meteorologist detect with another we are biologists and equivalent information is pretty readily a available hurricane he can crack somebody who's been in newark aims one pretty horrific when i was a kid and we were stuck in a short town and watched the boat think in a dark blow off and had my family running for holy candles in all things crumble around us but i was really little when that happen put.

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"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"african methodist episcopal church" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

"Leaving services at charlotte's bills african methodist episcopal church this morning virginia governor terry mcauliffe had a clear message for the white nationalist protesters tell white supremacist tell the neonazis tell the kkk tell him all we've had enough of it get out of our country you are not wanted here you are dividing us congregants at mount zion baptist church decried the protesters who descended on the city carrying confederate flags and displaying swastikas in it's a shame that in this day in term the chew from in people still to racial hatred suited it's fanstone it won't stop living in the united states of america in this country until people come to grips food today charlottesville democratic mayor michael steiner wasted no words in calling out president trump for what he says is his culpability in yesterday's violence think that responsibility for this coarsening of our dialogue and for the imitation of open bigotry and open incitement and and are the prejudices goes right to the doorstep of the president and the people around him who chose to dance with the devil in their presidential campaign seiner says that despite criticism that charlottesville police did not do enough to stop flights from breaking out the city moved quickly to break up the event it was declared an unlawful assembly because of violence on not peaceable speech not peaceful assembly before the event even got going it was supposed to start at noon and unlawful assembly was declared before that because of the violence of the initial participants in the initial event.

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