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"alice sebold" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:11 min | 6 months ago

"alice sebold" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Revealed I'm outlet When he was a kid euclides needed money for school so he got a job cutting sugarcane I went to work through the sugarcane because I needed shoes to go to school in that time For generations Haitian migrants in the Dominican Republic have done this grueling work with machetes While living in rundown work camps this low light electricity and the people doesn't have food to eat Does it have money Broken housing A lot of that sugar ends up in our supermarkets and on our breakfast tables If people could see at what price they put sugar in their coffee they would be absolutely horrified exposing the bitter work of sugar First this news Why from NPR news in Washington I'm Louise schiavone Russian president Vladimir Putin has ordered what Russia calls deterred forces on alert which includes nuclear weapons White House press secretary Jen Psaki this morning says there's no threat that justifies Russia's nuclear posture This is really a pattern that we've seen from president Putin through the course of this conflict which is manufacturing threats that don't exist in order to justify further aggression and the global community and the American people should look at it through that prism We've seen him do this time and time again At no point has Russia been under threat from NATO has Russia been under threat from Ukraine Psaki spoke on ABC's this week She says the U.S. is prepared to provide additional security humanitarian and economic assistance to Ukraine The office of Ukraine's president is saying today a delegation of the Ukrainian government will meet Russian officials near the Pripyat river in Belarus further details of not been announced EU home affairs commissioner ilva Johansson says the European Union needs to prepare for millions of refugees at least 300,000 Ukrainian refugees have entered the territory of the European Union so far She says the crisis in Ukraine is topic a on Capitol Hill NPR's moralize and reports The sanctions imposed on Russia so far are actions President Biden can take by himself The only legislation Congress has passed to date is a symbolic resolution criticizing Russia But now there's bipartisan support on Capitol Hill to do more a large group of democratic and Republican lawmakers is working on an emergency supplemental funding bill to aid NATO allies and Ukraine Still while slamming Putin many Republican lawmakers have also attacked Biden saying the sanctions he imposed on Russia are too little too late but they're also ready to criticize him if the new tougher sanctions lead to higher energy prices for American consumers Mara liasson NPR news Former president Trump weighed in at the annual conservative political action conference last night NPR's Danielle Kurtz laban has the latest In his speech Trump praised Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky as brave but he also defended calling Putin's smart casting sanctions as insufficient I'd like to tell the truth yes he smart the NATO nations and indeed the world as he looks over what's happening strategically with no repercussions or threats whatsoever they're not so smart On Saturday before Trump spoke the U.S. EU and UK agreed to impose heavy sanctions on Russia's financial sector including the Central Bank as president Trump was widely criticized for his deference to Putin Trump also implied in his speech that he will run for president again in 2024 though he has not formally announced that Danielle Kurtz laven NPR news This is NPR This is WNYC in New York I'm David first The man who served 16 years in prison for the 1981 rape of author Alice sebold and was exonerated last year is suing New York State for $50 million over his wrongful conviction Anthony broadwater now 61 was cleared in November of his conviction for the rape which took place when seabold was a student at Syracuse university Prosecutors determined after a reexamination of the case that there were serious flaws in his arrest and trial Shortly after broadwater's exoneration sea bold issued a statement publicly apologizing to him A 57 year old woman remains hospitalized in critical condition after being kicked down a subway stairwell and struck in the head last week by an attacker who fled with her purse The NYPD released photos of the suspect late Friday and asked for the public's help in identifying him While governors island will remain open year round today is the final day of their inaugural winter village which features an ice skating rink and fire pits to celebrate the first winter that the island has been open to the public and ice sculpting contest was held yesterday Meredith Johnson the trust of governors island head curator says the event was a way to bring public art outdoors in the winter and to pay artists who each received $2000 from the city's department of cultural affairs Get money.

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"alice sebold" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:04 min | 6 months ago

"alice sebold" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Demonstrators united against Russian aggression have banded together in Atlanta Hollywood and Washington D.C. and internationally the blue and yellow of Ukraine's flag has flown in Sydney Tokyo across Europe even in Russia as its own troops attack Ukraine Thousands of Russians have been arrested at dozens of protests since their country struck Ukraine on Thursday and on Saturday a sea of protesters fanned out in Estonia once under Soviet rule spurring Ukraine's president to tweet his gratitude for their solidarity Amy held and pure news And you're listening to NPR news And this is WNYC in New York I'm David first Mayor Eric Adams marked the tenth anniversary of Trayvon Martin's death yesterday in Harlem Adams said that honoring his memory means confronting the bigotry that has led to hate crimes throughout New York City If we stand our ground for Trayvon we're standing our ground for every group in this city You can not be treated based on what you look like Trayvon Martin was fatally shot by neighborhood watch coordinator George Zimmerman on February 26th 2012 in Sanford Florida Appearing yesterday alongside Martin's mother Sabrina Fulton mayor Adams saluted her for working to redefine the phrase stand your ground the Florida statute Zimmerman used as his defense into a rallying cry for social justice The man who served 16 years in prison for the 1981 rape of author Alice sebold and was exonerated last year is suing New York State for $50 million over his wrongful conviction Anthony broadwater now 61 was cleared in November of his conviction for the rape which took place when seabold was a student at Syracuse university Prosecutors determined after a reexamination of the case that there were serious flaws in his arrest and trial an email seeking comment was sent to the state attorney general's office Shortly after broadwater's exoneration see bold issued a statement publicly apologizing to him 30°.

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"alice sebold" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:18 min | 9 months ago

"alice sebold" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Of the flood works that breached and flooded the zoom ass Prairie region here It's an agricultural area where the initial flooding at trop tens of thousands of animals cows and chickens and horses and you had these really incredible images of farmers evacuating some of the animals through deep floodwaters on boats and jet skis The soldiers have also been helping to clear away some of the debris that floodwaters have left behind in some of the areas where they've receded and to clear roadways Emma however residents facing the prospect of yet more rain and flooding It's a little bit weight and sea in abbots for the mirror is concerned this new rainfall could test the floodwaters and pumps again Some of that water may actually flow from just south of here in Washington state It's really cross border issue So people are being encouraged to prepare evacuation bags again in case there's more flooding The other thing is even if they can keep the water contained the more rain the longer it's gonna take to pump water out of already flooded areas in Zuma's probably the pumps can only redirect a couple of inches a day So this slows down a process that's already expected to take weeks I gather a prime minister prime minister Trudeau has visited the area what is he said Yeah Trudeau was here yesterday He visited abbotsford and then Vancouver Island and held a press conference there with the premiere of the province yesterday evening He committed to providing financial support We will be here for whatever is needed We need to rebuild We need to rebuild more resilient infrastructure that's going to be able to handle hundred year storms every few years because that seems to be the pattern we're on Emma are people in British Columbia during a link between these events under their feet and climate change Yes you can hear both the experts in the politicians like Trudeau noting that climate change is expected to make storms like these more intense and for the people who live here This is an area that gets a lot of rain They're used to occasional flooding and even landslides that close roads But people still say the scale of the damage was different than what they've seen before And many do link that to climate change Reporter image Jacob's reporting from British Columbia thanks so much Thank you A man convicted of the rape of a bestselling author who wrote about her attack in a celebrated memoir has been fully exonerated at backstories and it will be tells us unfolds like a thriller but this is a story about real life sexual violence and what follows may be upsetting to some listeners Wept in court last Tuesday in a video captured by Syracuse dot com after it was proved he was wrongly convicted for the 1981 rape of Alice sebold Siebel wrote a hugely popular novel the lovely bones it sold more than 8 million copies The book is told from the point of view of the teenage girl in heaven after she has been killed and mutilated by a rapist It was made into a movie in 2009 I waited for justice Justice did not come Author Alice abled was only 18 years old when she was raped and beaten by a stranger.

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