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"alex hammock" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:28 min | 2 months ago

"alex hammock" Discussed on KQED Radio

"At this hour fires are still burning on the south side of Minneapolis after protesters took to the streets to demand justice for George Floyd bring out great oil over this in cities all over the country from W. NYC in New York this is on the media I'm Brooke Gladstone Garfield an incident in central park seven nation and especially the Karen means signifying white women who feel entitled to call the cops on people guilty of living while black we are still grappling with the same racism but we were dealing with under Jim crow era segregation and that's central to these that's the body turns from many Twitter fact check president trump today for the first time it's all over twenty seven California's mail in ballots after live from NPR news I'm Jeanine Herbst cities around the country of activated the National Guard to help deal with violence and protests over the death of George Floyd a black man killed in Minneapolis police custody on Memorial Day and your stroll rose reports the National Guard has around five thousand of its soldiers have been called up nationwide hundreds of National Guard soldiers patrol the streets of Los Angeles on Sunday morning as residents cleaned up after a night of clashes between demonstrators and police in Minnesota governor Tim walls said he would call out the state's entire National Guard force after several nights of violence and looting in the Twin Cities demonstrators have taken to the streets nationwide to protest the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis Floyd who is black was filmed pleading for air as a white police officer Preston knee into his neck the National Guard says thousands of its soldiers and airmen have been activated so far to assist local law enforcement across more than a dozen states and quote protect their neighbors right to protest peacefully toll rose NPR news the mayor of Atlanta says president trump's comments and tweets are inflaming violence at the protest Alex hammock of member station W. eighty E. has more president trump has blamed democratic governors and mayors for not being tough enough on demonstrators and threatening that the federal government including the use of the military is an option Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms told CBS's face the nation that the president is making the situation worse we are beyond the tipping point in this country and the heads of rhetoric only in plain sad then he should just sometimes stop talking bottoms also said she had no faith in the department of justice which is investigating the case of Ammar armory the black jogger killed by two white men in south Georgia who weren't arrested until a video of the shooting went viral for NPR news I'm Alex Tomic in Atlanta New York governor Andrew Cuomo says viral videos that showed New York City police violence against protesters last night are inexplicable there's a radio oriel from member station W. S. H. U. reports in one video people throw traffic cones at a stop to New York City police vehicle before it accelerates through the crowd another video shows an officer approach a protester who's wearing a facemask with his hands up the officer pulls down the protesters Maskin appears to pepper spray his face Cuomo says police were in an impossible situation but that last night was ugly some of the videos frankly are inexplicable to me New York City mayor bill de Blasio says police showed restraint but admits the videos were quote disturbing the independently elected Attorney General of New York will issue a report in thirty days Cuomo says there will be ramifications for police if the Attorney General finds wrongdoing for NPR news I'm Desiree diorio in New York and you're listening to NPR news from Washington live from KQED news I'm Kate wolf protest over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis have coursed through the nation the state and closer to home in the bay area and continue today in cities like San Francisco and Oakland KQED's Julie Chang is joining us now from Oakland Julie can you tell me what you're seeing at the protest out there so in shoreline park which is near the port of Oakland it's a huge walkway along the water broke into it and they are just cars lined up the post of the thought about now no I don't see the beginning and I think all right and and who are the organizers of the protest so beat and we project organized the demands of one of the co founders of top what he's a well known activist he claimed that the typically so that people who are compromised who are elderly can protest eight we should be aware that there's a lot of people who weren't able to participate in the street protests of the March and haven't been able to do so because of social business thinks and interestingly enough ethically your project didn't endorse the protest on Friday in Oakland because since the end of spreading the virus and as you might know the black about needing to have been hit hard by cook at nineteen greet and and thank you Julie that was KQED's Julie Chang joining us from a car caravan protest out there in Oakland near shoreline park I should bring in some more in.

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"alex hammock" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:26 min | 2 months ago

"alex hammock" Discussed on KCRW

"And I gotta say I love it because it's keeping me informed and knowing what's happening in my community and across the United States let's not forget there's a pandemic so please make sure you maintain social distance wear a mask I probably said it's a hundred times what I firmly believe it's ten years and I'm gonna look back and we can be stronger people because of the challenges that we're facing now but we got this together so make sure you are be safe spread love using headlines coming I'm accidents KCRW live from NPR news I'm Jeanine Herbst cities around the country of activated the National Guard to help deal with violence and protests over the death of George Floyd a black man killed in Minneapolis police custody on Memorial Day and your stroll rose reports the National Guard has around five thousand of its soldiers have been called up nationwide hundreds of National Guard soldiers patrolled the streets of Los Angeles on Sunday morning as residents cleaned up after a night of clashes between demonstrators and police in Minnesota governor Tim walls said he would call out the state's entire National Guard force after several nights of violence and looting in the Twin Cities demonstrators have taken to the streets nationwide to protest the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis Floyd who is black was filmed pleading for air as a white police officer Preston knee into his neck the National Guard says thousands of its soldiers and airmen have been activated so far to assist local law enforcement across more than a dozen states and quote protect their neighbors right to protest peacefully toll rose NPR news the mayor of Atlanta says president trump's comments and tweets are inflaming violence at the protest Alex hammock of member station W. eighty E. has more president trump has blamed democratic governors and mayors for not being tough enough on demonstrators and threatening that the federal government including the use of the military is an option Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms told CBS's face the nation that the president is making the situation worse we are beyond the tipping point in this country and the his rhetoric only in the plane sat in he should just sometimes stop talking bottoms also said she had no faith in the department of justice which is investigating the case of mod armory the black jogger killed by two white men in south Georgia who weren't arrested until a video of the shooting went viral for NPR news I'm Alex I'll make in Atlanta New York governor Andrew Cuomo says viral videos that showed New York City police violence against protesters last night are inexplicable does a radio oriel for member station W. S. H. U. reports in one video people throw traffic cones at a stop to New York City police vehicle before it accelerates through the crowd another video shows an officer approach a protester who's wearing a facemask with his hands up the officer pulls down the protesters Maskin appears to pepper spray his face Cuomo says police were in an impossible situation but that last night was ugly some of the videos frankly are inexplicable to me New York City mayor bill de Blasio says police showed restraint but admits the videos were quote disturbing the independently elected Attorney General of New York will issue a report in thirty days Cuomo says there will be ramifications for police if the Attorney General finds wrongdoing for NPR news I'm Desiree diorio in New York.

"alex hammock" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"alex hammock" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A wron mpr scott after reports from pulled in missouri uri where sanders gave a speech laying out his vision for foreign policy trump criticized the agreement during a speech to the un this week bernie sanders says backing out of the nuclear deal would be a serious mistake not only would this potentially free iran from the limits placed on its nuclear program it would irreparably home the united states his ability to negotiate future nonproliferation agreements in a speech at westminster college sanders said the iran deal is actually a best case example of american foreign policy he argued it slowed iran's nuclear growth without any military or financial cost to the us scott deathrow npr news fulton missouri number of people filing firsttime jobless claims fell by twenty three thousand last week the big drop on the heels of a runup the previous week showing the economic effects of hurricane harvey starting to fade on wall street stocks were lower the dow dropped fifty three points today this is npr from king security news i near kagoshima facebook he's a green to give congressional investigators the content from three thousand ads purchased by a russian agency and after congress members put more pressure on the menlo park social media giant saying the company could have information that might shed light into possible russian interference in the 2016 presidential election facebook also said it will make political advertising on its platform more transparent ceo mark zuckerberg says facebook wall higher two hundred fifty people to work on election integrity one of the bay area's biggest sports stars boxers andry war is retiring while he still on top kqed's alex hammock reports ward was born in san francisco and live in the east day and is considered by many the pound for pound best boxer in the world the last time he lost he was thirteen years old ward who is now thirty three was the last american mailbox or to win gold at the olympics and has dominated to weight divisions as a pro here is on espn's first take that training in the preparation started taking hold on me for the last two or three years and a bit down and continued to push through and i've talked to a lot of guide live all we told me you're just going hmm no one time and nobody else olloba you and i feel like the time.

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