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Panel agrees: Racial equity in Washington DC requires more work

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

Panel agrees: Racial equity in Washington DC requires more work

"Government and business leaders recently took part in a panel discussion about improving racial equity in the biz. Drinks during an event hosted by the deputy mayor for planning and economic developments. Panelists like Corey Griffin, with the Greater Washington Black Chamber of Commerce, laid out the continued objective, bringing the black business community together to help facilitate engagement with each other and with other opportunities in the private sector and in the government sector. Others like Dr Andre Perry, senior fellow the Brookings Institution brought up matters like better ways to invest specifically. And the utilities and tech industries targeted to businesses that will employ more people that will serve government and private industry. Griffin Notes. Eight out of 10 Black businesses fail within 18 months Ken Duffy

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"andre perry" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:40 min | 2 weeks ago

"andre perry" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You quit left the right cross over used that body to shield them and put it up off the glass. Julius has two foul shots coming. He's only scored four points in the game, but he has eight rebounds. And four assists. His free throw is up, and he nails it to give Cincinnati a six point lead with 202 to go, But Dan's that car he comes back in Tari East and comes back in and keep still on the bench. I really think Coach is saying, Look. If I can win this because member he talked about last time last game when guys were messing up, he didn't have the body used to really enforce what he was trying to say by taking them out. Second foul shot of perfect Swiss because Julius hits him both the lead is seven with two minutes left. Here's Caleb battle driving on East and shoots over him, draws a foul number five. Tari is done. Caleb battle will go to the line to shoot two. That's because in high school, you let a guy come off that screen and you think you can block it instead of him coming over to stop the penetration. He tried to take him always to the rim and meet him at the basket. He just picked up another foul. Bailiff battle has two free throws coming. He is a 74% foul shooter. He has nine points in the game. 65 58, Cincinnati by 71 56 left. That was team foul Number nine and Cincinnati down a live like been called for seven. Looks like coach Brendan is going offense defense, but he takes his exact Harvey out for offense and put back in Oh, Sugar Mattson battles. First foul shot. Good. Cincinnati's lead down to six sophomore has another one coming. It is good. He makes him both Cincinnati 65 Temple 61 56 left Bear cats inbound to Julius. He gets fouled in the backcourt. He'll walk the other way and shoot a one in one of Andre Perry called for his third foul that his team foul number eight big free throw coming up for David to Julius Wonder why they didn't put Jack Harvey back in right now to go defense. If he's going off into defensive truly, but looks like he's gonna take this possession off. Six points, eight rebounds, four assists for David Julius. Junior from Detroit. Right foot ahead of the left has a deep knee bends puts up the shot and swishes it. Over four from the three point line, David two of eight from the field. Seven points, now eight rebounds. He's been effective second shot up. Yes, sir. Makes him both. He's made four in a row down the stretch in the bear. Cats have a seven point lead. 1 53.

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Unpacking Biden's Executive Orders Advancing Racial Equity And Tribal Sovereignty

Morning Edition

02:49 min | Last month

Unpacking Biden's Executive Orders Advancing Racial Equity And Tribal Sovereignty

"Faith and morality require. Among the executive orders He's signed since arriving in the Oval Office for are aimed at advancing racial equity and tribal sovereignty. Earlier this week, we spoke with the Brookings Institution's Andre Perry about one of those initiatives. Tackling discriminatory federal housing policies. I do think this is a start. You have to start somewhere you start with HUD and hopefully mo mentum from the public. Can encourage these other areas to make change. We called on three experts to address the other pillars of the Biden plan, reaffirming tribal sovereignty, ending the federal government's use of private prisons and condemning discrimination, bias and hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Ethel Branches. A former attorney general for the Navajo Nation. Paul Butler, is a former prosecutor and author and professor at Georgetown Law and from Citizen University and the Aspen Institute. Eric Liu. I started off by asking. Will these executive orders make a difference? Ethel Branch spoke first. Absolutely. It sends a strong message. Using the language of equity is very hopeful. It's a needed reaffirm INTs to Indian country that this administration's engagement with Indian nations will be very different from the last administration and also signals that some of the things that were under way under the Obama administration will be put back into place. But I think this is just a start. If President Biden really wants to reaffirm tribal sovereignty we need to start talking about Lifting the federal chains essentially that restrict tries from controlling their territory and governing with respect to their people. And Eric Liu, you have written about the experience of Chinese American families. I wonder what you make of this order fighting xenophobia against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. I think President Trump created a frame of permission. That it was okay to be casually racist toward Asian Americans and people of Asian descent. And, as with so much of President Trump's racism he could say, at least on the surface, plausibly. Oh, I didn't mean that that's not meant to be that you're being too sensitive. But I think anybody of actual Asian descent could feel the vibe of disrespect and menace and the form of disrespect comes in this way in particular. Which is You look Asian. I don't really care whether you're Asian, American or Asian from Asia. I'm going to see you as a threat. I'm going to see you as a problem. I'm going to see his escape goat President Biden Simply by changing the tone simply by refusing to speak in that way, makes a big difference. I want to turn to

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"andre perry" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:45 min | Last month

"andre perry" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Discussing what President Joe Biden's climate plan means for California, and we'll hear how the state plans to meet his meat. It's clean energy targets. Meena Cam at 10 O'clock on Forum, Talking with writer IJO Malu about her new book, Mediocre. The dangerous legacy of white male America. It's a follow up to her best seller. So you want to talk about race? Join us on form. We hope you'll listen and talk on KQED a two way conversation with you your questions, comments and guests, all from 9 to 11 today on KQED. Rain likely this morning and this afternoon highs Upper fifties some morning gusts up to 40 MPH today in the Bay Area. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Sarah McCammon. President Joe Biden is pledging that racial equity will be at the heart of his administration. I ran for president because I believe we're in a battle for the soul of this nation. The simple truth is our soul be troubled as long a systemic racism is allowed to persist. But in signed executive orders this week that cover housing, private prisons and the treatment of Native Americans and Asian Americans. NPR's Carrie Johnson reports, President Biden says the country is at a turning point in its attitude toward racial justice. After police killings of unarmed black people sparked protests last summer. Those eight minutes and 46 seconds that took George Floors, life open the eyes of millions of Americans and millions of people around all over the world. Over his first week in office, Biden reverse the so called Muslim ban and paved the way for a return to diversity and inclusion training programs in the government. On Tuesday he signed four new executive orders. Susan Rice leads the White House Domestic Policy council. Today, The average black family has just 1/10 the wealth of the average white family. While the gap between white and black in home ownership is now larger than itwas in 1960, the first bite an executive order directs federal agencies to overcome a history of racism in housing and restore tools to uncover evidence of discrimination when people apply for rental units and mortgages. The second executive order instructs the Justice Department to phase out its contracts with private prisons. This will not end mass incarceration, but it's an important step toward taking the profit motive out of incarceration. That's David Farty. He directs the National Prison project of the American Civil Liberties Union. Varty says the president has an obligation to doom or because of his promises. On the campaign trail. There is much, much more work that needs to be done Most. Obviously, this order does not apply to immigration detention, where more than 80% of detained immigrants are held. In private for profit prisons. The final two executive orders promised support and respect for Native American sovereignty and call on federal agencies to fight xenophobia against Asian Americans. Hateful rhetoric against them has spiked during the pandemic. Him as a bear directs public policy at the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under law, she expects to see more from the federal government, since it's already hired experts and racial equity across the administration. One of the strongest signals to the civil rights community has been the appointments of key administration officials. Who come from the civil rights community and are committed to their core of their work to racial equity and justice. Biden says to expect Maura executive orders soon Carrie Johnson NPR NEWS Washington All right. We're going to take a closer look now with housing issue, The Biden administration says the federal government needs to do a better job of acknowledging the ways that communities of color are blocked from fair and equal access to housing. Andre Perry is a senior fellow in the Metropolitan Policy Program at the Brookings Institution where he studies race and housing. Andre Thanks so much for being here. Hey, thanks for having so what do you make of this executive order isn't going to is going to make the changes that you want to see. Well, first, this is start. We haven't heard or seen equity mentioned as much as any president. It has been uttered by Biden and in just the first month of being in office, so introducing values is important. This executive order on how they also direct the HUD secretary to essentially enforce discrimination under, Um uh, that occurs under its purview. S Oh, it's a great start..

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"andre perry" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:11 min | Last month

"andre perry" Discussed on KCRW

"Been slow. We rank near the bottom of all states in administering covert 19 doses. Now, state health officials say they're taking steps to bring the state's vaccination process to speed. California's secretary of government operations, Yolanda Richardson, has been chosen to spearhead operations. She says the state will work with a third party administrator to administer vaccines. I want to make sure that we can scale up S so that when more vaccine is available, Californians can access that infrastructure. But also, how do we optimize the supply that we have now? Richardson says the state's new age based eligibility framework will make it easier to get the message out. And of the state's new notification system, called My Turn will also help residents know when they're eligible to get vaccinated. That program has already been rolled out here in L. A and in San Diego. It's a move that critics say is way overdue. Disneyland is revamping its jungle cruise ride to remove negative depictions of native people. It's the latest in a series of changes to Disneyland ride stemming from what the theme park calls its ongoing efforts to address diversity and inclusivity. The jungle Cruz is an original Disneyland attraction. It's gone through changes over the years, but this will be the biggest one yet. Gone will be people in grass skirts and colorful headdresses, which have long been decried is racist stereotypes In their place. New scenes will depict a half sunken boat overrun by chimpanzees. Shrunken head dealer trader Sam and a new take on the rhino chasing explorers up a tree of Disneyland is also removing references to the racist film Song of the South on it Splash Mountain Ride. The new theme is tied to the Princess and the frog of film that featured Disney's first black princess. Support for NPR comes from capital one offering capital one shopping, a downloadable browser extension that searches various sites for shoppers. What's in your wallet? Maura Capital one shopping, Don kam. It's 707 on KCRW. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Sarah McCammon. President Joe Biden is pledging that racial equity will be at the heart of his administration. I ran for president because I believe we're in a battle for the soul of this nation. And the simple truth is our soul be troubled as long a systemic racism is allowed to persist. But in signed executive orders this week that cover housing, private prisons and the treatment of Native Americans and Asian Americans, NPR's Carrie Johnson reports. President Biden says the country is at a turning point in its attitude toward racial justice after police killings of unarmed black people sparked protests last summer, those eight minutes and 46 seconds. It took George floors, life open the eyes of millions of Americans and millions of people around all over the world. Over his first week in office, Biden reversed the so called Muslim ban and paved the way for a return to diversity and inclusion training programs in the government. On Tuesday he signed four new executive orders. Susan Rice leads the White House Domestic Policy council. Today, The average black family has just 1/10 the wealth. The average white family. While the gap between white and black in home ownership Is now larger than itwas in 1960. The first bite an executive order directs federal agencies to overcome a history of racism in housing and restore tools to uncover evidence of discrimination when people apply for rental units and mortgages. The second executive order instructs the Justice Department to phase out its contracts with private prisons. This will not end mass incarceration, but it's an important step toward taking the profit motive out of incarceration. That's David 40. He directs the National Prison project of the American Civil Liberties Union. Varty says the president has an obligation to doom or because of his promises. On the campaign trail. There is much, much more work that needs to be done Most. Obviously, this order does not apply to immigration detention, where more than 80% of detained immigrants are held. In private for profit prisons. The final two executive orders promised support and respect for Native American sovereignty in call on federal agencies to fight xenophobia against Asian Americans. Hateful rhetoric against them has spiked during the pandemic. Males. A bear directs public policy at the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under law, she expects to see more from the federal government, since it's already hired experts and racial equity across the administration. One of the strongest signals to the civil rights community has been the appointments of key administration officials. Who come from the civil rights community and are committed to their core of their work to racial equity and justice. Biden says to expect Maura executive orders soon Carrie Johnson NPR NEWS Washington All right. We're going to take a closer look now with housing issue, The Biden administration says the federal government needs to do a better job of acknowledging the ways that communities of color are blocked from fair and equal access to housing. Andre Perry is a senior fellow in the Metropolitan Policy Program at the Brookings Institution where he studies race and housing. Andre Thanks so much for being here. Hey, thanks for having so what do you make of this executive order isn't going to is going to make the changes that you want to see. Well, first, it's the start. We haven't heard or seen equity mentioned as much as any president. It has been uttered by Biden and in just the first month of being in office, so introducing values is important. This executive order on how they also direct the HUD secretary to essentially enforce discrimination under, Um uh, that occurs under its purview. S Oh, it's a great start..

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"andre perry" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

03:00 min | 3 months ago

"andre perry" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

"And i would have fox in my head as the people are talking. You know at whilst mytalk so. I can drop some kind of truth bomb. Is you know later. And so i remember like maybe in twenty fourteen. No oh to two thousand and six thousand six. I started going to meetings. And i told myself. Don't say a word for twenty minutes at least like. Don't just listen. Get a sense of the room. Temp take the temperature. The room know who. They're trying to learn the names and then Developed a listening skill that then i applied to journalism. Because you know they're not just started list listening so intently. I started writing down what people would say but the real developmental advancement in my life was listening. Yeah and i'm again. I'm not perfect at that And then i also learned how to control my temper because i think In in a bar in a conversation could you know week. We liked the debate. We like to get in like to get emergency immersed me. I'm ready. i'm ready right. I got my armor ready but so we can get a little defensive. A little aggressive in in in this is where a bunch of instead of attacking people now. I attack ideas. Nugget people there. It is revolutionary. Say it again for madrid. Instead of attacking people i attack ideas and and when you can remove the person from a debate and argument just go after the idea the glide becomes easier life much easier because then you can lean back. We don't even have to go. Hey what about this. What about that. Tell me more about this aspect but when you win but in but sometimes i still slip into this. Sometimes i wanna just someone. I wanna knock somebody out mentally or physically and that just ends up being hot mess. Yeah exactly in the. And i've been in too many situations where it's been a hot mess and so two risk From self interested perspective. I said you know. I need to improve my reputation. I need to improve my mindset. I need to improve the way i interact with people but in this is again another revolution. It wasn't until until i started really seeing.

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"andre perry" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

05:39 min | 3 months ago

"andre perry" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

"Income people to buy those old because they're living there not like not not looking. They're already living there. We need to find mechanisms to enable them to become homeowners in addition to that i'm at we need long-term ways to build. Well i'm a big supporter baby bonds. Because i'm this is the idea that where you give a child when they're born in savings account that accrues wealth over time and when you graduate from high school or whatever turn eighteen you get a pot of money saved sixty thousand dollars now that you've applied at sixty thousand dollars to college right out of business by a car who cared to do whatever but we need new vehicle for people to do accrue wealth is that's what housing and housing can't necessarily do it in the same way it did in the past but there are other ways we also need to invest in businesses so So most people start their business using the equity in their home. so if you don't have equity inequities right renting that's right. We're only black. People represent about thirteen percent of the population but only two point two percent of the nation's employer businesses We gotta figure out ways to invest in black business owners founders and we need to have them Situate themselves in black communities so creating instead of incentivizing amazon to come to town. We need to by black business tonight right the things that we're already doing we just don't do it for black people and so for me if these are not revolutions in just do what you've always done it shouldn't have to.

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"andre perry" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

05:10 min | 3 months ago

"andre perry" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

"He exposed how How this issue meritocracy in white greatness. I mean it's just. It's a falsehood falsehood. We're in this together and there's good people there. I'm doing good work but you can't tell me that. The rules of the game have not been tilted to limit. Black people's rise in the americas. Yes yes no. You're exactly right. And i appreciate that perspective jay debris we asked this question to every one of our guests and i'm anxious. I super anxious to ask this question. Dr andre perry brookings fellow new orleanians alum. What's the revolution. This is easy for me. And i say all the time. There's nothing wrong with black people than ending. Racism can't solve. There's this idea this white. Supremacist man that the conditions of a black neighborhoods in cities are direct result of the people in them. And we won't ignored sidestep abdicate responsibility for addressing the policy issues that negatively impact our neighborhoods. And so i unapologetically feel that. There's nothing wrong with us are really do That we are enough however with that said we must change these policies in ways that will Reveal who we actually are. Yes and because in so many ways oppression has been so stifling you you can't see e because we're so entrenched in this battle with racism and so for me you remove that drag of racism in our markets in our economy in our political apparatus in you're going to see new communities new inventors new ways of being But we are exhausted because we're constantly fighting a narrative that is built to keep us observing and so for me. It's to always remind ourselves. It's those policies is so structures that are at fault not us because if we internalize it's us we end up saying stupid crap light fifty cent you know. We ended up talking like little wayne when we forget are.

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"andre perry" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:15 min | 5 months ago

"andre perry" Discussed on KQED Radio

"But you say, while appraisers can easily see camps in maybe all white suburbs where homes all look alike. They can't see comes in eclectic urban neighborhoods. They often pick homes of laughably less value. There's something in that process that's going awry by his creeps. In 93% of the appraisal industry is white. And so another part of the solution is diversifying the field. We have got to address the bias that's robbing wealth, extracting wealth from black families and black communities. Well, as you well know, appraisers have responded to this back when you had the hearings. Um, appraiser from Chicago, Maureen Sweeney wrote a letter to the House subcommittee saying Is there a problem with poor and underserved communities in the U. S? Yes. Is it the appraisal professions fault? No. There's this white myth. The conditions of black neighborhoods are direct result of the people in them. Will you and others point out inner cities are often neglected by landlords or City services. But this happens in wealthy black and mixed neighborhoods as well. You see appraisers lowball folks. This naturally, it has to be worse because it has guns is in a black neighborhood. And we're like No. Did you check the education that you checked the crime levels? It's like they're punishing or adding attacks on on these communities for apparently no reason, But we know the reason it's the It's the generations long bias. I'm reading an article by Gregory Squires and Huff Post and one of things he suggests, is that banks and lending institutions, the people who are, you know, hiring these appraisers. Need to make sure that more of them are local. Oh, yeah, Again. We know that if you live in a community, you recognize the nuances of it, and more importantly, you value to the community. I want to bring back Robin and Alex Horton and wanna talk a little more about the things that you did and how it made you feel since hanging up old oil paintings of your husband Who's white to make your house with more white. Well, I mean, it felt slightly ridiculous. It felt like a racer. But it's something that black people know how to do. It's basically the ultimate code switch, turning yourself into The mainstream so that you can get along so that you can get a fair result. If people are having these feelings they need to report They should not just be taking this on the chin. And you know, people are feeling it because you posted your story on your Facebook page and it blew up. You reported this incident to the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Have you gotten a response? I have received a response and the investigation is ongoing. Okay? There is one question that I wanted to ask Andre about a policy solution for it. Someone has to come in and see it or you can't really value it properly. Could there be a mechanism where There is a nationally recognized aggregator for a I that says what it says objectively based on all those Illo factors, but then also To the extent that an appraiser is significantly off the aggregators number they have to justify that difference. Oh, yeah, there you can feel And that's what's probably coming some type of a better system of saying, Hey, this appraisals off that you know that. That's such a good question, because the truth is, we all now know the home values because you've got things like Salo, Andre one last question for people thinking they are white. And this isn't their problem. If there is a family down the street that's mixed race or black and they get under appraised. Your value goes down to that's exactly right. We're all in this together. That's Andre Perry, a fellow at the Brookings Institute, author of Know Your Price, valuing Black Lives and Property in America's black Cities. And we've also have been speaking to the Horton's DNA. And Alex who deep lacked their home and saw their home appraisal. Shoot.

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"andre perry" Discussed on By Every Measure

By Every Measure

03:36 min | 6 months ago

"andre perry" Discussed on By Every Measure

"Top priority issue. Neither party is even Champion right now. Also, keep going out and looking for discrimination actively bringing lawsuits against offenders support organizations that are doing the work like the Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council and a solution is not necessarily that black people need to move to the suburbs. But we also need to invest in black neighborhoods crave more opportunities to buy homes rehab existing housing stock there a great organization in Milwaukee doing just that like Milwaukee's acts housing. We have more information about them at Radio Milwaukee. Org / measure. We're also have a great reading list. We want to learn more about systemic racism including know your price value in Black lives and property in America black cities by Andre Perry of the Brookings Institute and The Color of Money black Banks and the racial wealth Gap by Marissa bharara. She also put together as amazing proposal. Idea for solution called the 21st century Homestead that proposal would create public trust to purchase abandoned property in Target cities and Grant them to qualified residence by pairing this plan off with a suite of programs to redevelop these cities really interesting read. You can find Links at our website at Radio, Milwaukee. Org. On our next episode of by every measure we're going to go even deeper on the conversation of wealth and the racial wealth Gap. How big is that cap? Well, in terms of housing a report from The Institute of policy studies showed that the average black own home is valued $48,000 less than white own homes, and that adds up to a hundred and fifty six billion dollars of lost wealth and you can measure that Gap in dollars and in time that same study showed it will take two hundred twenty eight years. 228 years you understand what I just said the closed the wealth Gap meaning black families when that reached a wealth parody with white households until the year 22041 will break it down next time on by every measure..

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"andre perry" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:39 min | 11 months ago

"andre perry" Discussed on WTOP

"In advance to encourage mail voting because of the pandemic if you're someone who loves to travel and is missing connecting with the outside world is an apple fits pairing strangers from around the world to talk to each other on the phone WTOP's Meghan Chloe try the quarantine chat app for herself to see how it works and who should be connected with I wasn't sure who would pick up the phone hello hello now the Alcor in teen chat which pairs you with users across the world I quickly hit it off with Mira a drama teacher in Galway Ireland who loves the impact social distancing is having on the climate all of us I think our car use it was just we weren't questioning how much we were using our cars near and I may have never met but for app creator Max Hawkins there's one to two calls that happen every day and everyone who subscribes the phone will ring at the same time and if people pick up from their parents I'm so glad I got it when you come to our to do I have to we have to meet for clients I would lose again WTOP news worked out pretty well but a telephone town hall a group of DC leaders spoke about plans to help businesses and workers during the pandemic with an emphasis on equity Andre Perry a member of the re open DC committee told the town hall session the corona virus does not discriminate past policies have he told the group African American businesses and neighborhoods are the first to suffer in a crisis and the last to recover he recommends that cities including the district step up and make an express commitment to businesses owned by people of color he says minority owned businesses must receive their share of contracting and tax incentives Dick you only on WTOP news Peace Corps volunteers and other national service participants who lost their positions during the outbreak will now be eligible for unemployment benefits as part of the two trillion dollar economic relief plan that is new guides from the labor department previously people returning from serving with the Peace Corps were not eligible for regular unemployment benefits because the department of labor considered the volunteers not an employee employer relationship the pandemic because the Peace Corps to temporarily suspend operations for the first time in its history many of us are limiting our trips to the grocery store during the crisis and going out to and I sit down dinner at a local restaurant as an option but there is a potential upside for you big boxes of fresh produce seafood meat and beer that distributors usually bring for restaurants are now being offered to.

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"andre perry" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

11:06 min | 1 year ago

"andre perry" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Want you to hear what's going on out there and keep something in mind these news networks and that's what they claim to be are allowing the Skype of thing to be aired on the network so that tells me they believe it and they're doing enormous damage to this nation Comcast which owns NBC and MSNBC in the morning schmo who is a light weight low I Q. buffoon has mayor bill de Camila to listen to this cut fourteen go what is driving me crazy the military I I know all of these and the devotion of the United States military if they got the order for this hour she mobilized and get resources to the places in this country they're suffering give it their all and they have the best logistical capacity of any organization America no one doubts that they have extraordinary group of medical personnel and and material and supplies they could put on the ground they know how to do in a war I assure you convey to do in their own country for the order has not been given by the commander in chief because he's not acting like a commander in chief he doesn't know how you can get the hell out of the way and let the military do its job I'm believable see the leftists always come down to in the end some kind of fascist and you should get the hell away let the military do extra unbelievable just just think about this the shutting down city shutting down states they want to bring up the military I thought with all due respect hi I'm looking at these numbers they keep throwing at us he even if you believe that's the sort of thing the government should do why would you do it now bring up the military would you would you have the military I'm freakin believable it's scary out there there we have somebody by the name of Andre Perry an economist on MSNBC today now listen to this one Ali Velshi whoever the hell that is and he said apparently the host go ahead why can't we find that money we asked we endlessly ask candidates how they're gonna pay for their their plans to fix income inequality in fix wealth inequality is apparently money to be found when when financial markets are going bad yeah it's funny how when when white folks are suffering because we find a way to deliver and cut checks there you go see these are checks for white folks so one eighty wants to call out the military in the other idiot views this as he races that it says and it's on the same network MSNBC which obviously hates America the idiot Phil Griffin who runs that network and the idiot that's his boss Andrew lack have destroyed these news entities destroyed them this is how sick it is out there let's go to Dennis in sandy Utah on the mark of an app go ahead hello hello right Hey I appreciate your call mark I didn't call you he called me pardon you're right and I guy let's get it straight go go go I heard you talk about the iron fist of government several times and I agree that's that what do you think about the iron fist of government controlling our prescription drug supply is not good would you say just educate me do I need it okay who would be in charge of it exactly rack might Broadwell for private sector but just make sure you said no no no he said government control that's not the private sector who would run all right I just mean government mandating not to build their house drugs manufactured in China using the artist I've talked about this that's a different issue I think the government should not mandate that I think the government to provide the the incentive for these companies to invest in America rather than disincentives and so what you can do through the tax system the regulatory system the labor system and all the environmental system and all these other rules to push companies overseas that the left loves that the bureaucracy loves that Republicans are fearful of aren't doing bring the investment back into the United States that's what you need to do they'll do it well you and I and either way I think the Chinese now I think the Chinese have done for us because one of the things China does not have among many that we have in America is a rule of law have you noticed that if you're a company in China what China can do whatever the hell the ones with and so I would think at this point working companies that invest further or don't leave China are out of their freakin minds and their stock holders and shareholders or to do something about it but I am really get tired of our government talking about these companies go overseas they need to produce in America are they overseas could you make it so damn expensive that's why you get so many rules and investigators an assistant US attorneys and the anti trust division said this that and the other it's it's it gets harder and harder and harder one of the things the president did and here's the evidence in order to find a vaccine and treatments and so forth what is he done he's pulled back heavily on regulations he has ordered the FDA and the other alphabet soup out there to to allow these companies to get their drugs approved more quickly and to the president's quite it he also has in place a law that he pushed that allows individuals and groups of individuals I take it not to use medicines you know as a last resort if you're facing death your your you know you might be willing to try things that other people may not so really the government has to get out of the way and if it's going to get in the way it ought to be creating incentives not disincentives anyway that's my view Dennis you educated me once again and well thank you and what do you think about naming Joe Biden comatose this not bad all right thank you thank you my friend main surgery once or twice so I could use that phrase I'd be attacked I guess ten interestingly if a Republican had brain surgery they be making jokes the comics at night the host on CNN and MSNBC and there and their so called contributors all be making fun of his Republican had brain surgery you know Hey Musta left the good part on the floor you know stuff like that we don't do that here I don't believe in that but I do say the guy definitely has a mental deficiency the result of the purpose choose me the the the cause of which I don't know could be just old age I don't know but what I do know is he's not qualified to be president let's continue shall we Dave Ontario California eight seventy the answer the great K. R. LA where we are live in national go ahead yes hello mark yes Sir David is Sir I'm calling about the rates that are being slashed on truck drivers right now it's locked it's absolutely ridiculous we can't even make a living and drop paycheck what are they doing I called a load day before yesterday to put in a bid there you person told me it was gonna be seventy six cents a mile when I better get used to it and I cannot survive on why is that happening I'm not I'm not familiar with this market tell me what's going on the shippers are working overtime they're putting out product they're not dropping their prices but they're dropping their shipping prices brokers are seeing the demand they're getting more all these dollars and we are were being shot like fish in a barrel it's terrible well all I can say is I don't quite understand it all but they better watch out for you guys because we don't eat we don't wipe our **** we don't get bottled water but for our truckers and they need to be treated with respect they need to be able to make a living and they need to have rest areas that are open in truck stops that are open in these moronic mayors many of whom come at ivy league schools or law schools are just stupid these governors they better get their act together thank you for your call Dave and was totally unfamiliar with that let's go to sue Haymarket Virginia the great WMA L. go right ahead I'm suing Haymarket tainted his yard I need yes you are still in the dark if this is a Chinese attempt to use down our economy don't trust that there's no steps coming out of Russia that Italy this is an interesting point we haven't heard anything about Russia have no and yet don't and Italy as far as when they close their borders Chinese were in there and so what I think is that China's minute or even eighty passing the germs in there I have my theories about it I don't I don't think they're purposely doing it I think what they did resulted in it in my view I'll give an example thank you very much soon Haymarket how give a good example of this when it comes to northern Italy others have peace in rebellion research dot com Italy has been devastated by the virus with an aging population that is seven eight years older on average than in the United States the second tier health care system Italy was not anywhere near prepared to deal with this pandemic the spread in Italy has been fierce and unrelenting the Atlantic magazine writes of Italy's policy with regard to the corona virus those are too old to have a high likelihood of recovery or have to lower number of life years left even if they should survive will be left to die why has Italy suffered so much when they talk about northern Italy in Wuhan there was an enormous amount to Norma's amount of of Chinese in northern Italy and because the Chinese kept the secret Italy got hit hard particularly northern Italy I'll be right back radio dot com station.

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"andre perry" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

11:39 min | 1 year ago

"andre perry" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Rapist as state of mind. So that's really was. Musk joking or was he being serious serious in his accusations he also hired a detective to investigate the guy. And there's a lot to kind of shows this was more than just a casual insult is there is there an impact on uh-huh is there an impact on Tesla business here gene. I so far I don't I mean if he look sto so he has to pay seventy five grand. So maybe the jury rates has punitive damages. It's it's it's all out of his pocket or whatever I don't see it being large enough to have an impact and buying goodness if you know with Elon Musk. USC is the master of diverting attention to other things like my shiny new truck. Why didn't he just settle? I don't get it. Why is this is so fascinating tasting becky that federal taxpayers are footing the bill to use a courtroom for this today over two guys who couldn't come to some sort of agreement agreement through mediation look often settlement comes about after you pick a jury you take a look at the jury in one side of the other decides you know what let's go ahead and settle by the way UNSWORTH is also suing in court in UK? So there's two lawsuits going on at the same time Jane. Thank you great to see you. keep us up to speed today for more on. Musk legal challenges. Let's welcome welcome. Geoff Sonnenfeld he's the Yale School of Management Senior Associate Dean for Leadership Studies. He's president the Videos Chief Executive Leadership Institute also a CNBC contributor and Jeff. Thank well Becky I think after that fabulous discussion that the four of you just had you might wonder what more is there at and there are some nuances. Jane wondered why they were dropping the emails where they're dropping emails to narrow the defamation suit just on the tweets as I understand it because the emails were labeled Doug off the record confidential ential so that his intention on the emails weren't so clear that have a mass publicity. The way he clearly wanted to publish these tweets because he did so. And that's that nuance Thomas to really good question. What's the impact on the company? And the heightened by the way and I think that That is compelling distraction. Is You you point out a master distraction and but it also just shows another one of these boards. That has a fear of founder issues. Whether or not we're looking at facebook and Mark Zuckerberg or of course Looking at the problems with Adam Newman and we works or Jack Dorsey going off on some Strange adventure in Africa. That makes a lot of sense for somebody else else in the company to do but the disappear for six months to leave to leave both twitter and square is the CEO of two companies. We have boards that seem unable to direct genius founders and in this case until this past several months where musk seems to have cleaned up his act. We had a fairly reckless person out of control. And that's the that's the significance significant. Tom Is as how does aboard a kind of rain in these twitter twitter Tantrums Jeff. Great great to get. I had a question about that. Exact kind of meltdown. That Eh Alana hat round about a year year and a half ago there was the whole funding secured for twenty There was a board that was a bit lame quite frankly has the company made improvements in its governance in the past year year and a half from your perspective. Yeah it seems that he was making mockery of the initial. Sec Settlement settlement which amazing this was happening at the same time is that that four twenty stock dangling which seemed not to be based on any facts in terms of the the private placement as is that melted down. It was the same time that Moscow's was coming out with these nonsensical tax on Pedo man. And you're you're wondering Joe you're wondering what else could be a Dervisa division of of Pedo. What are the producers here? Jessica suggested that maybe he was talking about pedestrian. Then somebody would just walk through a whole different area perversion with the foot so I don't you don't need to right. I mean they don't need. That doesn't help. That doesn't help understand that. What are you talking about? Hey you know what I was also thinking of remember the good old days. Ah I remember you remember the Nixon tapes that we had epithet deleted. Why do we know everything that everyone's thinking? Why do they put it on twitter? I mean we used to have some decorum corvallis social. This is one guy who really should have hired rosemary woods to delete delete something. It's meltdown twitter. It's at twitter is so it's like Nitroglycerin. You know what I mean. You've gotta when you see you just don't self-imposed he was having a Tantrum. He could have gotten himself himself out of this. And it's it's completely unforced errors. Instead of coming up with a settlement as we know is the best settlements usually on the courthouse steps. So maybe something will be what what happened before mid day today. But surely this didn't have to happen. It's it's foolish as a Tantrum and you know we had a heroic story was eighteen days as to rescue these poor kids. These twelve stranded soccer players and their coach. And that's what should have been celebrate instead distracting the attention onto this and In here we have this successful launch or lease the dangling of the perspective launch of the cyber truck with a quarter of a million Folks put one hundred dollars down fully refundable to buy and we've seen that the Some some successes out there with the surprise people with a profitable last quarter. Why distract with this kind of nonsense that he gets into great to see you coming up? You know about student debt but college that one in five twenty percent of small private colleges are in what they call fundamental financial stress and brewing crisis in higher education. STRAIGHT AHEAD ON SWAT ought welcome back to Squawk pod. Here's Joe Kernan three to ferry. You push on Joe Up. On 'em cube students aren't the only ones crushed by debt. Private colleges are under stress and some going out of business or Scott cone joins us now from one in Ohio school that is determined to buck the trend. Hey Scott Yeah. They're not going to go out of business here. Joe This is Hiram College it's a small liberal arts school about forty miles outside of Cleveland. They're answered all of this is to literally change the definition of liberal arts which seems kind of drastic. But here's what they're up against. These colleges are closing left and right. According to Moody's they're expecting fifteen colleges when all is said and done this year to close that is the most in years and and three times the rate of just five years ago ten years ago I should say in fact Moody says one in five. Twenty percent of small private colleges. Judges are in what they call fundamental financial stress. So here at Hiram they say they saw this coming awhile ago when they were trying to refinance their debt so we'd they're doing what they call the the new liberal arts. They've done away with some of the less popular less career oriented majors like religious studies and instead they're moving to things like things like career oriented oriented things like Criminal Justice requiring students to do internships before they graduate. This is not within without some pain. They have cut about twenty percent of the faculty not over the last several years. Of A lot of it through attrition as they continue to try and retool but they feel like this is a model for the future and the rest of higher head guys will be watching all right. Scott thank you very much for more on the sustainability of high college tuition. Let's bring our guests joining us. Right now is Neil mcklusky. Cato Institute's Center for Educational Freedom Director and Andre Perry Brooklyn's institutions Metropolitan Policy Program fellow. Gentlemen I think we can all agree that college tuition is soaring soaring. Whether you're looking at private colleges or even Publican in in some cases what would you do to try and bring down costs. Andre what do you think the first thing we really you need to do is do a reset. I was a college administrator for years and I've never seen a college tuition hike. President didn't like when when they're when something went wrong in the College of natural sciences they Lifted tuition for the for the entire student body. At some point point we need to control costs and set cats or limits on how much you can raise tuition. And that's why I'm supportive of states that are trying thing to bring more transparency to the college financial crisis. How do you think government Subsidies today's for loans has has impact impacted tuition increases making it easy for students to borrow money even if they're not otherwise Able to afford it you you you. You called it the because of their so much cash in terms of the federal government allowing folks to take out loans the colleges colleges acquiesce in rice or tuition prices. And and that's and that's a core part of the problem. Certainly there are other issues There is wage each stagnation and and other issues particularly with low income black and brown communities where they're not able to afford rising prices but as long as colleges can raise their tuition they will and that's the problem. I think that's absolutely right. I mean the evidence is pretty clear that colleges are always looking for money because they always see something they think is important to do and as long as the federal government supplies lots of of loans and also grants but the loan of the biggest problems and tax credits and lots of other aid to students. The schools will always look to those students. It's a source of funding. The other thing is colleges are are also sort of caught because students with a lot of money available to them often tend to who demand from a school some expensive things. That's why we see water parks and some colleges and college often feels a need to supply those things or they don't get the students. The small liberal arts colleges had the toughest time doing that colleges have to go through a crisis. In order to fix the problem I spoke to a president of the Catholic. Theology told me he expects half of Catholic colleges to close Over the next decade. Yeah well I mean. A crisis always tends to focus people and higher education. I think I think it's no different if they can continue on doing what they've always done. They're going to tend to do that and they need some sort of shock to change what they're doing. Neil Andre I want to thank you both for your time today. It's good to see you. You said a waterpark. Well in high end gyms all kinds of what you need a monorail fancy. 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"andre perry" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"andre perry" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"What's going on at the city level, we, we have a inordinate amount of data that show, particularly when you're looking at employers, and their call backs for for employees. They do not call back black. Am potential workers at the same rate at White's? We've known that there's employment discrimination discrimination at all levels those who, who are. Highly educated those who are in need of, of an education. So the, the, the idea of full employment has never am Inc. Black work rates in a way that would address the structural reasons why they're not absorbed in, in, in the economy. It's tell us more about e you started talking about some of those structural reasons. But, but tell us more is it? I don't want to say is it a simple because nothing is simple. But you're talking about callback rates is it about who are the employers as well? Absolutely. I mean, that, you know, at a very basic level the unemployment rates reflect who's being hired. So you can't ignore that, but you also cannot ignore a bias criminal Justice system that really throttled black men and black women's ability to get the skills to, to get into Connie. And you also can't discount. The, the wealth gap know that how we how we build businesses or create businesses largely come from our ability to leverage, the equity on our homes and blacks have been denied. That two blacks, also have not had the ability to create the, the jobs themselves in the manner, that white people I'm having in the past, so but at its core bull. Blacks are not hired at the same rates and they are hired to essentially service white growth. And that's where the this, the rhetoric of full employment re really hides that win whites or are getting jobs in managerial positions, getting benefit blacks are working, but they're the Uber and lift drivers. They're working in the convenience stores. They're not getting the kind of benefits that will that, that they can use to build. Wealth and longevity with their families. And so it's long as we keep saying that we're in a state of full employment without recognizing the wage differences, the benefit differences, who's who's really benefiting from this economy. We're all we're going to just reinforce structural inequality in this country. We've got about thirty seconds before just take a quick break here. But there you said a lot, and I want to dig into a bunch of it. But let me just ask you though, even given all you said. I mean as Scott was saying earlier the rate at which the, the unemployment rate is falling falling for African Americans is, is, is pretty significant. That's gotta be some good news. Well there with the other there, another time we were at full employment. Blacks were and wasn't a good thing. So we got to look at the full picture, and I'm referencing slavery, obviously. But we gotta look at the full picture. All right. Well, we'll take a bigger look at that full picture when we come back. So Andre Perry, and Scott Horsely stand by here for just a second. We're talking about. NPR series all this week about what a full employment economy, really looks like in the lives of real people. And we want to hear from you. We'll be right back. This is on point. Nineteen sixty five a darkened street corner in Selma Alabama and a murder. A new podcast exposes the lies that kept this murder from being solved and explores memory myth and accountability for a crime at the heart the civil rights movement from NPR white lies. Listen and subscribe, now, this is on point, a mega Chakrabarti. We're talking this hour about what a full employment economy, looks like in the lives of real people. NPR's running a special series all this week about exactly this. And Scott Horsely is with us this hour. He's NPR's chief economics. Correspondent Andrea Perry is also with us as well as a fellow at the metropolitan policy program at the Brookings Institution and Scott before the break, you're hearing Andre talk about how the, the benefits of full employment economy. He says haven't at all yet reached the African American community. What did you find in your reporting?.

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"andre perry" Discussed on Intersections

Intersections

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"andre perry" Discussed on Intersections

"But there were also several that you brought up structures and policies that may not have intended to be discriminatory, but the negative effects did fall disproportionately on racial minorities. Can you talk a little bit about some of those, please? Yeah, for sure. I mean, one of the policies that really looms large happens to be the administration of welfare policy in America. And so we see that as welfare policy as volved in specifically, the nation's tan of program, the precursor program was called AFDC. This is what people think of as cash welfare for the poor. Well, you know, this program is devolved to the states, and then there. After to the county's oftentimes administer. And unfortunately, we've seen instances and there's evidence that case workers have discriminated against black clients. They've sanctioned them off of welfare far more than their white counterparts clients. And this obviously has a whole host of negative consequences for the families. That's just one such example where the policy explicitly wasn't meant to discriminate. That's the contemporary finding in Florida wasn't meant to be discriminatory. But unfortunately, you'll have people who come to the workplace with perhaps their stereotypes there, discriminatory attitudes and that can have real impacts another such policy that we kind of try to highlight in the paper has to do with educational spending. You know it's interesting many of the poorer school districts. Well, you know, years ago looking at this problem, the finding was that well, we don't know whether or not spending actually positively impacts school out. Comes in educational outcomes and some of the more modern evidence on this. It's been quite sophisticated comes around to the finding that, yes. In fact, you know, putting money into schools putting money into poor schools has real tangible. Benefits is gonna disproportionally positively impact black students and students of color who are more likely to be situated in these schools. I think when piece of chapter that's no worthy though, is that a lot of the public policies that harm black Americans are going to harm all the residents in that local area. So you can have a dish proportionate impact on black Americans. That's gonna really have negative impacts on the economy overall. Sure. That sounds very similar. Our colleague, Andre Perry piece not too long ago, talking about neighborhood based discrimination and how visit code and the neighborhood is now becoming almost as much of a defining factor as race or gender or class issues. Is that sort of what you're talking about with this, or is that different? You know, to a degree. I mean. Imagine that you are a white child or a white parent situated in a neighborhood where the resource base is less where the investment in the schools are less will your child is caught up in that same set of negative consequences. Right? So I think it's just something to keep in mind that there's these broader efficiency implications when we don't have these policies being implemented in sort of an equitable way. So no. And I think even more broadly thinking about the degree to which these same families face a whole range of work related hardships, how do they, whether financial storms? I know this is some of the work that Fred thought about vis-a-vis credit access. How does that day-to-day process look how to financial institutions in some of these neighborhoods relate to those potential customers? What are the fees they incur? Right. So I think it's a broad set of things. We try to consider in the paper and hopefully the readers are interested in going, read more. Yeah, this is good point. Turn to talk a little bit about some of these disproportionate issue's access to finance, access to banking. All this out though. In a fact that says the fun fact is the depressingly fun fact. So some socialists did an experiment speaking of.

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"andre perry" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

The Brookings Cafeteria

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"andre perry" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

"More about Andre Perry and his research on our website and also look for an event that he presented at in September on black women's cross strike in an era of fracture politics and now back to the. Economics. I think you down play the role of economics in the frustration that people have both on the left and on the Trumpian right? And among ordinary Americans who are not particularly ideological, and I could cite sort of a whole lot of statistics, but just in summary since at least either nineteen seventy three or nineteen eighty. Whichever date you wanna pick the combination of technological change and trade patterns. Globalization has really hammered the living standards of lots of Americans, even as overall wealth is grown the number gadgets. We have the capacity for listen to this podcast with all kinds of cool. Things have happened, but there were a lot of Americans who have not gained out of that and they feel they were sold to build goods. And I think the reaction is fair when they were sold. Yes. Well, they'll be some people who lose out from these trade. But we'll take care of that and we never took care of that Trump's vote is I think we probably do agree from the book more about race, culture, immigration, and tribalism than it is economics. And yet it's very striking that when you look at all of the analyses of the Trump vote by geography, he won in places that are in relative to Klein to the rest of the country. A great brooking study. Hillary Clinton won only about four hundred fifty counties, but they represented sixty four percent of American GDP Trump won twenty five, twenty six hundred counties somewhere in that range. They only represent thirty four percent of GDP. You're not saying any much about economics or the cost of this world order to a lot of people and also a pet peeve of mine. My conservative friends who always seem to want to spend more on the military and cut taxes on wealthy people. And it doesn't seem that you guys saying you guys guys me. Guys. You guys, so I'll stay with you. Ever want to pay the price. So why don't you? If you could take those two, we'll let me get elated because the second one is not a hard one for me because I don't understand how we could be cutting taxes at the same time that we need to spend more not only on defense, but on other things like infrastructure and what have you. The Republicans used to be the ones who claim that they were concerned about the budget deficit, and now they're blowing bigger hole in our budget than anybody has ever done. And I just think that's just a dysfunctional quality. Now there are larger issues here. That's not the only act of political weakness that is going on. Now we're also unable to get hold of what I gather. I'm not supposed to call entitlement spending. I forget what word I'm supposed to us, but we have programs that are increasingly on funded that we refuse to get a hold of. And so power finance or finance, either one. But I mean, you mentioned Brookings studies. You know, if you go back to the sort of budget documents. That Alice Rivlin and others have put out Domenici's over member all these different efforts to balance the budget. They all said, this is not being driven by defense spending. I think it's very important to say that fiscal policies and other budget priorities are much more significant than the defense budget now. So we not be cutting taxes at this moment. I'm in agreement with you on that, but let's set that aside. Then talk about your your larger point and I will plead guilty to not spending as much time on economic consequences, partly because I feel like what I am talking about is what people talk about less. I am talking about politics, geopolitics and power more than people. Generally I'm compensating in a way for what I think is inadequate attention to that basic fact. You are much better expert on this domestic politics United States than I am, but I am seeing all kinds of studies that suggest that while economic anxiety was only present in this last election, this election really turned as much. As anything on the issues that you mentioned tribalism?.

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"andre perry" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

The Brookings Cafeteria

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"andre perry" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

"Hi, I'm Andre Perry, David m Rubenstein fellow at the metropolitan policy program here at broking growing up in black American. The seventies the portrait's of MLK JFK and Jesus hung on the walls of many black families today, the new trinity of Oprah beyond say, and Michelle could almost replace them. Black women are making strides in every aspect of society between two thousand nine and twenty twelve a higher proportion of black women enrolled in college than all other racial groups. Engenders the economic successes of recent movies, curls trip and Hidden Figures as well as the essence music festival showed they're buying and creative powers and the works of writer, Tony, Morrison, political scientists, Melissa Harris, Perry, and actor ISA Ray signify black women's abilities to change how we see the world. However, when girls do get out of school and into the work. Force, they have to work more than sixty six years to earn what white men earn in forty according to the American Civil Liberties union. And while Lisa Garza Patrice Colares and OPEL to medi, literally made black lives matter in the form of a hashtag US women's mortality rates are the highest in the industrialized world largely because of violence inflicted upon black women, increasing power and cultural influence. A black women don't equal protection brought by policy. Women's vulnerability warns that they are making gains in spite of public policy. However, black women's recent gains in politics may change that. London breed became the first black female mayor of fan Francisco when she was sworn into office in July twenty eight, teen Ianna Presley won the democratic primary, and it is expected that she will become the first woman of color elected to congress from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts from their overwhelming impact in the twenty seventeen Alabama. Special election for the US Senate seat vacated by US attorney general Jeff Sessions to the increase of black women running and winning elections at the state and local levels..

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"andre perry" Discussed on Political Party Live

Political Party Live

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"andre perry" Discussed on Political Party Live

"So we had to get on it really quickly or shoe. I like that about you. You get things really quickly. Good. And so so, yeah, I beat the world record was one thirty four thirty nine was my gun time for half marathon eleven years old. And then I turned twelve and seven weeks later, a boy, Anna girl, both beat it at the same place on the same day. So no longer hold. It. I'm even though it was not it's still is not held. You know, I feel that it just as important because like I was part of that human progression towards something. Everything. Really quick. What do you wanna be? When you grow up. And then what do you want to be when you grow up, and it can't be like longer than thirty seconds. I would like to be a well when I was writing my bio to come here, I said writer, activist and political enthusiast, and that's pretty much where I am. I love it. I used to think I wanted to be a lawyer. And then I thought that I wanted to be a politician and now, and I hope that this stays true forever. I just want to like work really hard in a global nonprofit and just like do manual labor in abroad, essentially. But I've no idea. What issue I'm going to focus on. There's so many are amazing. Thank you so much for joining the show. You so much for having us. I cannot wait to. Yeah. Andrei, good luck. The hold capstone anybody here in stock or those good amazing people. What what is awesome? Is that we were able to chat with two incredible individuals to incredible individuals folks are breaking world records at eleven. And doing awesome work. What is also really cool. Is that our next guests that we're going to bring up is a celebrity in his own, right? Who is doing wonderful transformative work here. And we have editorial meetings every now and again to try to figure out who we're going to talk to and what's really really interesting about this speaker is it was never a question of if we were going to talk to Andre Perry. But it was a question of when and how many times could we talk to Andre Perry without exhausting. Our listeners with the dose of Andre Perry. So I'm gonna read really quickly a short intro under Perry lives in Iowa City where he serves as the executive director of the England theater. One hundred five year old performing arts space in the heart of downtown. He is also the co founder and producer of the mission creek festival established in two thousand six a week long exploration of performance literature community events that inhabited and stab wish venues as well as nontraditional performance spaces in Iowa City Perry also collaborated with local partners to create witching hour established in twenty fifteen two day festival that explores the unknown discusses creative process and presents new work across a variety of disciplines. He plays synthesizer and the lonely hearts, and writes, personal essays and memoir is writing appeared in Granta catapult the believer and other journals it is an incredible privilege to welcome to the political party live stage. Mr. Andre Perry. Dr perry. How are you? There actually is a Dr Perry who lives in DC, and he just wrote this really interesting article about Pittsburgh and gentrification how the town's changing, and it was in the New York Times. It was a nice opinion piece, and he was leaving Pittsburgh. And I got this Email from the ace hotel. Pittsburgh. Thank you for staying Mr. has definitely an Iowa City right now. And I don't want to ace hotel Bill. So I called them. And they were like, hey, I just got Mr. mutandis..

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"andre perry" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

The Brookings Cafeteria

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"andre perry" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

"Welcome to the brookings cafeteria the podcast about ideas any experts who have i'm fred dues over nine million black americans are the majority population and over a thousand cities and towns across the country if black lives matter the black city's bus matter to says my guest on today's show andre perry is david in rubinstein fellow in the metropolitan policy programme here at brookings is research focuses on race and structural inequality community engagement education economic conclusion and workforce development stay tune in this episode for a new coffeebreak where you'll meet mocatta henry nikki another of our new david m rubinstein fellows you can get the latest show information by following the brookings podcast at work on twitter policy podcasts and now on with the interview andrei welcome back to the brookings cafeteria thanks for having me very nice to see you again yes we're here to talk about your new research project which is about majority blacks why are you doing research project on majority black cities one because many of us live in majorityblack cities i was fortunate enough to grow up in one and i lived in new orleans for fourteen years prior to coming to brookings i state that black cities are generally treat it like black people so if we're really going to address the needs of individuals and cities we really have to examine how we treat both in your piece on our website that introduces the research project that you've embarked upon you open with telling some of the story of black lives matter and you write in the peace if black lives matter the black cities matter to can you explain why you make that connection after trayvon martin was murdered one of the lessons learned if we're going to improve any kind of system and or individuals were going to have to make sure that they have a right to exist.

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