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Was Atlanta spa shooting spree a hate crime?

The Weekly Check Up

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

Was Atlanta spa shooting spree a hate crime?

"21 year old gunman shot eight people at three Asian Smalls, a Georgia State University professor who studied extremism weighs in on the gunman's motive. So is it a hate crime or not? Do you see a potential case for hate crime charges here? Absolutely. WSB Scots laid along with guests MIA Bloom on Atlanta's Morning news Sunday, the Anti Defamation League Chris needs This is a hate crime, and they would know she's a professor at Georgia State who studies terrorism and extremism. Every one of us are saying it's probably I hate crime or bias crimes. The investigation still needs to play out. We need to have sufficient evidence. Robin Wolinsky

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White supremacist propaganda surged in 2020, report says

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

White supremacist propaganda surged in 2020, report says

"White supremacist propaganda reached alarming levels across the U. S. in twenty twenty according to a new report that the anti defamation league provided to the Associated Press there were five thousand one hundred and twenty five cases of racist anti semitic anti LGBTQ and other hateful messages spread through fliers stickers banners and posters according to the report the group says last year marked the highest level of white supremacist propaganda seen in at least a decade and nearly double that reported in twenty nineteen a former far right extremists who founded a de radicalisation group says white supremacist and extremist recruiters to crises like the coronavirus national reckoning over racism and heated elections as opportunities I'm Julie Walker

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Miami Heat player suspended for a week over anti-Semitic slur

Forum

00:57 sec | 7 months ago

Miami Heat player suspended for a week over anti-Semitic slur

"MBA has suspended Miami Heat player Meyers Leonard and fined him $50,000 for using an anti Semitic slur. Details from NPR's Tom Goldman. The NBA suspended Meyers Leonard from all Miami heat facilities and team activities for one week. The 29 year old NBA veteran was playing on a video game live stream this week when he used in anti Semitic slur. He later apologized, saying he didn't know what the word meant. In a statement, NBA commissioner Adam Silver said Leonard spoke to the Anti Defamation League to understand the impact of his words. Adding quote we accepted. He's genuinely remorseful. Leonard, who's White made news last season in the NBA bubble when he stood for the national anthem while all his teammates knelt to protest racial injustice, he said At the time, he stood for the men and women who served the country but also stood against bigotry, racism and hate. Hung Goldman. NPR

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Lowell School Committee member uses anti-Semitic slur on local TV program

WBZ Midday News

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Lowell School Committee member uses anti-Semitic slur on local TV program

"On low public access television. Ah Lowell School Committee member described of former city worker using Slur WBC's Karen Regal with this story on live television school committee member Robert who he described a Jewish man with a one word slur, saying that man would of course, know a lot about money. Robert Preston is the regional director of the Anti Defamation League. New England, he says here we must resign. Now. It's unbelievable. The typically the only people who use This type of slur in 2021, R Neo Nazis and white supremacists. The mayor of Lowell has called for you to resign to WBC news radio has asked you we for

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"anti defamation league" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:29 min | 9 months ago

"anti defamation league" Discussed on KCRW

"And the bite administration is really focused on a group of about 16 Senators, eight Republicans, eight Democrats that they think could be the sort of moderating force of consensus in the Senate to get this bill and many others signed into law. NPR congressional correspondent Susan Davis thanks to you Welcome We're still learning new information about the people involved in the attack on the Capitol on January 6th. One trend that has alarmed military leaders is the number of veterans who appeared to have taken part of the insurrection. By NPR's count nearly 20% of people charged in connection with the attack and rioting. Our veterans, NPR investigative correspondent Tom Dreisbach is here to talk about what we found. Hi, Tom. Hey, Ari, so begin by giving us a new overview of your findings. Well, we took a look at everyone we could find who's facing criminal charges in connection with the attack on the Capitol on January 6th. The charges run everything from curfew violations to unlawful entry of the Capitol grounds. Theft of government property weapons charges, assault. Among others, and anecdotally, we have heard reports about a number of military veterans among the people who were involved in some way. We knew, for example about Ashley Babbitt, who was killed by police while climbing over a barricade the door inside the Capitol building. She was an air Force veteran. You might have also seen photos of a guy inside the Capitol, wearing a military style helmet, tactical vest and carrying flex cuffs. Well, federal prosecutor said. His name is Larry Brock, and he's an Air Force veteran. And so what we wanted to know is exactly how big is this group. And as we said the numbers close to 20% almost one in five people put that into context for us. How does that compare? For example? The overall percentage of veterans in the U. S. Yeah, about 7% of all adults in the U. S are military veterans, according to the Census Bureau, so that proportion of that's among people facing charges is quite a bit higher. But there are close to 20 million veterans in the country. Overall, it's a large, very diverse group of people, especially the younger generation, and the vast majority we should say, do not get involved in extremism. But of course, this is still a problem. Is there any way of quantifying how big a problem this is in the armed forces and among veterans? Yeah, I mean, our colleague Tom Bowman reported that last year, the FBI had notified the Defense Department of 68 investigations of current or former service members in connection with possible domestic extremism. Also a survey by the military Times last year that found about a third of active duty troops, so they had personally witnessed white nationalist activity in the military things like drawing swastikas or getting white supremacist tattoos. I talked to Mark Mark Pitcavage of the Anti Defamation League about this and he said, You know, so far, the military's efforts to combat extremism in its ranks have largely been haphazard. So an extremist discovered in one unit on one base over here, they're meeting prompt action taken. The person may be very quickly administratively processed out. Very similar extremists and another unit on another base somewhere else. Maybe nothing is done. Pitcavage says. There really needs to be systemic training throughout all the services, so everyone knows how to identify a problem and what to do once they spot it, and the Biden team has said that rooting out extremism is now a top priority for their administration. Tom. This problem has newly become apparent, but But is it a new problem? No. I mean, we've known that some extremism groups, extremist groups like the oath keepers, for example, they have specifically targeted veterans for recruitment over the years. And the concern is that military veterans often do have specialized training, which can make a tax more deadly. You know, some experts point to Timothy McVeigh, who killed 168 people in the Oklahoma City bombing years ago, he was an army veteran. And so the stakes can be high. But you know, we should say among vets, you'll also find really strong resistance to extremism to the police officer Brian Sick Nick, who was killed that day at the capital, defending it from the mob. He was also a veteran, and he served in the Air National Guard. NPR investigative correspondent Tom Dreisbach. Thanks a lot. Thanks. Sorry. To Iraq. Now that is where more than 30 people are dead and dozens wounded. After a double suicide bombing today in Baghdad, the bombers struck a crowded market on a busy morning from Baghdad. NPR's Alice Fordham reports. The attack is all the more shocking for Iraqis because lately they had enjoyed relative security. As evening falls after the attack, People gather the site of the bombing in downtown Baghdad in a street off the main square, They murmur prayers,.

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Analyzing the police response to Washington, DC's Capitol siege

News, Traffic and Weather

00:55 sec | 9 months ago

Analyzing the police response to Washington, DC's Capitol siege

"Around the the riot riot to to the the U. U. S S Capitol, Capitol, especially especially when when it it comes comes to to the the response response by by the the Capitol Capitol Hill Hill Police Police vault. vault. Unfortunately, Unfortunately, lies lies with with the the Capitol Capitol Hill Hill police. police. Even Even President Trump now is critical of the Capitol police. But I think the question is how far up does it go? D C Attorney General Karl Racine and ABC is Pierre Thomas has police knew all about the potential for problems. There were post warning of violence on social media on right wing websites from groups like the Boogaloo and the Proud Boys. The Anti Defamation League put out a release earlier this week. Learning specific threats to members of Congress. More than 50 officers were hurt, clashing with the mob. But they're also videos that appear to show officers moving the barricades aside up. There we go. Another one in a rider Selfie, Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell, demanding steps to address quote, shocking failures in the Capitol security posture and protocols. For what it's

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"anti defamation league" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:55 min | 10 months ago

"anti defamation league" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"President Trump's Cabinet as resigned that story just ahead. I'm Cliff Albert of the Koga news Center. But first we're learning more now about the center gig, a woman killed yesterday by Capitol police during the violence and take over at the U. S. Capitol building. According to Social Media. Ashley Babbitt, who is 35 years old at an Air Force veteran, lived in Ocean Beach with her husband, and she traveled to Washington on Tuesday to take part in the Save America rally as it was called. She's been a vocal supporter of the president on Social media, and she took part in the Trump Boat parade on setting Kobe back in September. Habit grew up at Lakeside Most recently ran a pool service and supply company. Capitol. Police say she was shot as protesters tried to push through a barricaded door at the U. S Capital, but the investigation is continuing. Now to the resignation of a Cabinet member. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, who was the wife of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is resigning today because she says of yesterday's right at the Capitol. In a statement, Xiao said the violence in the halls of Congress was entirely a vote avoidable. She said she was deeply troubled it away. She cannot set aside, she said Her department will help the incoming administration prepared to take charge. After Joe Biden becomes president on January 20th and that became official last night. The votes for president of the United States are as follows. Joseph R. Biden Jr. Of the state of Delaware has received 306 votes. Donald J. Trump with the state of Florida has received 232 votes. Vice President Mike Pence, announcing the official results after Congress finished ratifying Biden's win early in the morning. Hours after a day of violence of the capital in a tweet this morning, President Trump pledged an orderly transition. Washington, D C. Mayor Merial Bowser would like a nonpartisan commission created to investigate what happened at the Capitol. She believed the events were textbook terrorism, the mayor of DC, asking them to investigate arrest and prosecute the people who got into the capital and also wants President Trump to be held accountable for his role inciting the violence. The Anti Defamation League, meantime, is ripping the president over those massive protests at the Capitol. Pro trump activists broke through security barriers and got inside the Capitol, prompting an evacuation of lawmakers who are working to ratify results of the presidential election. The Anti Defamation League put out a statement saying the president is responsible for violence and unrest. A D L C E O Jonathan Greenblatt also called on social media companies to suspend Trump's accounts a sap. I'm Tom Roberts. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer is calling for President Trump to be ousted from the White House. Now The New Yorker reports that Trump instigated the insurrection and cannot be allowed to continue to serve as president say Schumer. You said the fastest and most effective solution to remove Trump would be for Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment..

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Marblehead Police Officer Resigns After Allegedly Scratching Swastika Into Fellow Officer’s Vehicle

WBZ Afternoon News

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

Marblehead Police Officer Resigns After Allegedly Scratching Swastika Into Fellow Officer’s Vehicle

"Just into our newsroom. We're learning more about an incident that involved the Marblehead police officer that had landed him on paid leave, the police chief in Marblehead, Robert Piccirillo says. He was made aware of an incident involving up Marblehead officer in which they allegedly scratched the swastika into the paint of another officer's personal vehicle, says the incident happened over a year ago but was just brought to his attention last month. Tonight. Police say that Officer Timothy Toughs has resigned from the department as a direct result of the incident and investigation. Chief Federal says he's been in contact with the Anti Defamation League of New England and will utilize their training programs and resource is for every member

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Texas Supreme Court limits ballot drop off sites to one per county

Charlie Parker

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Texas Supreme Court limits ballot drop off sites to one per county

"Governor Abbot's Order closing all ballot drop sites, but one for county Overturning the rulings of both a trot court an appeals court the Texas Supreme Court, concluding that the Anti Defamation League, which filed the lawsuit was unable to demonstrate that limiting the ballot drop sites to one per county was a burden on the right right to to vote. vote. Texas Texas Attorney Attorney General General Ken Ken Paxton Paxton celebrated celebrated the the decision. decision. His His spokesman spokesman Alejandro Alejandro Garcia, Garcia, 2020, 2020, general general election election is is already already underway underway and and the the integrity integrity of of our our election election process process must be protected and preserved. Governor habits order rightfully bolsters the security of dropped off ballots. Chris Fox

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New Report Finds “Deluge” of Antisemitic Tweets Directed at Jewish Members of Congress

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

New Report Finds “Deluge” of Antisemitic Tweets Directed at Jewish Members of Congress

"A new report finding Jewish members of Congress are being targeted by anti Semitic tweets. New study by the Anti Defamation League found what it called a deluge of anti Semitic tweets were sent over the summer to Jewish members of Congress standing for re election. Almost half of the 6000 potentially anti Semitic tweets question the loyalty, honesty and faith of the incumbents, many others relation to conspiracy theories. Media also said Twitter was not acting quickly enough to remove explicit anti Semitic

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The Churchs Role in Racial Healing

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:20 min | 1 year ago

The Churchs Role in Racial Healing

"The shooting by police twenty, nine year old African American Jacob Blake who was shot in the back seven times after a domestic disturbance report has reignited the kinds of protests and riots in Kenosha Wisconsin as we've seen in places like Ferguson Baltimore Louisville Minneapolis and elsewhere even as the detail surrounding the shooting continues to emerge violence continues to escalate and kenosha seventeen year old boy from Illinois shot and killed two protesters while the boys men charged with murder in the first degree, his attorney says he's acted in self defense and over the weekend in Portland a city that's been on. Edge for weeks and weeks and weeks a trump supporter was shot and killed after a conflict with ANTIFA protesters as the Washington. Post reports people on both sides of the United. States political and cultural divide have been filmed exchanging punches beating one another with sticks and flagpoles or standing face to face with weapons often with police appearing to be little more than observers. One anti-defamation League historian described the state of the Union. This way we're not just a polarized society. We're increasingly confrontational society last Wednesday while leading our weekly prayer Webinar for the church in the nation Bishop Garland Hunt tackled. That most of us have right now is that even possible to find ratio healing in a nation that so deeply divided his answer to that question was about as biblically grounded as any I've heard so far you can come to breakpoint dot org and Click on this commentary on link you to a video of his presentation only the church hunt set has the path to healing or another way to put which should be obvious to everyone by now no other institution in our culture is offer any real way forward one that can deal with both the sins of our past and the conflict of. Our present, only the church if not the church then who we start bishop on said by morning with those who mourn the African American community of which Bishop on apart is in mourning, he reminded US and racism in any form he also reminded us is rooted in pride that makes it fundamentally a spiritual battle as Paul told the Fiji we don't Russell against flesh and blood, but against rulers against the authorities against the cosmic powers over this present darkness against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places, those forces are at work anytime there is dehumanizing injustice in any form including when peaceful protests. Become indiscriminate violence as we've seen. So often in recent months, and that's why if the church is to be the church, Christians must have a world that's big enough to understand that in this case neither politics nor policy can offer any long-term solutions. Only the Church has the resources of reconciliation in particular the church carries the effect of weapons of prayer and repentance approaching God in prayer as Bishop Hunt reminded, US, begins with dying to our own agenda to what we think we know to whatever would give us a superior attitude over anybody else echoing Paul Hunt said, we've all seen black and white in. Our attitude toward one another our hatred are unforgiveness. The black community is mourning and he said must appeal to the Lord to get rid of unforgiveness to get rid of hatred to release people from the past and to love unconditionally and the white community needs to repent for a lack of sensitivity. A lack of willingness to even care that there's something going on in the black community in unwillingness to even speak out on racial injustice and in the most important thing I think he said Bishop Pont said the racial thing is not going away unless the church grabs hold of the cross like never before. As he went on to pray and his words sounded so much like Nehemiah 's were sorry because the church has not been the example it needs to be we've been part of the problem we've allowed ourselves not to care were sorry for the sins of our nation were sorry we haven't forgiven and then echoing the words of Jesus and John Seventeen Lord. Let it be that the church can be one even as you in the father are one

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"anti defamation league" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"anti defamation league" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Is, I believe in staying honest, Nestor. I do believe that their class matter, but I just felt like it was a decision that I make it. I didn't After lengthy put put a shirt on and you and no one handed with supporting back Then they made me Pope backlash or not. I believe that myself. My life has been supported to the Gospel. Jesus Christ that everyone is made in the image of God and that we all fall short of God's glory location. Every one of us Asian everyday do things that we shouldn't do say things that we shouldn't say. Despite people we should be treated just like and sometimes it gets to a point where we point fingers, but evil is worse. And sometimes it comes out this emperor whose evil is his most visible. He could have pointed out that, according to Rasmussen, when blacks, Hispanics and whites were asked of these three groups, which is the most racist All three of them named blacks more than anybody else. You could have mentioned that, according to the Anti Defamation League. Electric 2.5 times more likely to be anti Semitic than non black gentiles. Me who has come to this argument with clean hands. Now, if you're in pain you want out of paying my guess What? So does Brian Alabama. He's had ever taken really factor. For three weeks, at least 90% of my pain is gone. Reggie, Florida. I have a lot of pain from aging. But after only four days of using really factor, I'm already experiencing less pain and stiffness. Stiffness can't wait to see what happens Another couple of weeks. Keith Washington. I'm 51 years old. I've always been extremely active, Played college football, crew rugby lacrosse. Currently I run a family martial arts studio. My body felt like was basically wearing out. I keep hearing about relief actor had nothing to lose. I gave it a try. I cannot believe results could not have done this without really factor. What about you? Three week quick start is only $19.95 over 70% of people going to order more. It could be at your door in a couple of days really factor dot com really factor dot com. 805 183 84..

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Report Slams Facebook For 'Vexing And Heartbreaking Decisions' On Free Speech

All Things Considered

03:57 min | 1 year ago

Report Slams Facebook For 'Vexing And Heartbreaking Decisions' On Free Speech

"Facebook has made quote, vexing and heartbreaking decisions about free speech that is, according to an independent audit. And how the social network handles issues such as discrimination, hate speech and election interference. Facebook asked for this investigation two years ago. Today, the investigators are slamming the company and its leaders for some of their decisions for this week's Alltech considered NPR's Shannon Bond joins us and before we get going, I should mention Facebook is a financial supporter of NPR. Hey, Mary, least alright. So investigators slamming decisions by leaders of Facebook. What decisions are we talking about? This is really about speech, and the most prominent example is President Trump. So recently he's put up Facebook posts falsely claiming that voting by mail is rife with fraud, and he made a really inflammatory post about the recent protests against racism. The auditors say Those post clearly violated Facebook's own rules against voters depression inciting violence, But Facebook didn't take the post down. The audit also slammed the company's policy of not fact checking ads by politicians that something Facebook has gotten a lot of criticism over and over all, the audit says, You know these decisions really emblematic of how Facebook has chosen to prioritize free speech above all other values. They say that risk over shadowing games it has made fighting discrimination, for example, that no longer allows advertisers to target housing and job ads based on age, gender or zip code. What is Facebook say in response. Well, the company, as you said, didn't ask for this audit A commissioned it from Laura Murphy of former Sulu executive and a civil rights law firm and chief operating officer. Shelves Cheryl Sandburg said today that Facebook will make some of the changes that it's recommending. Including hiring a senior vice president, who will make sure civil rights concerns informed decisions on products and policies. But when it comes to setting firmer boundaries on political speech, that's something CEO Mark Zuckerberg has resisted. He says Facebook is committed to free expression even when politicians make false claims. And Facebook says it won't adopt every recommendation being made in this report. Now this audit drops as another development plays out all of these brands. I think we're more than 1000 now pausing their advertisements on Facebook in the name of protesting hate speech, or any of them are the organizers of that boycott. Are they speaking up today? Yep, And what I'm hearing is a lot of skepticism about Facebook. Here's Rashad Robinson. He's president of color of Change, one of the groups behind the boycott. The recommendations coming out of the audit are good as the action that Facebook ends up taking otherwise. It is a road math without a vehicle and without the resources to move, and that is not useful for any of us. Another boycott organizer I spoke with today is Jonathan Greenblatt of the Anti Defamation League. He told me he thinks the boycotts just going to keep growing and remember, it's already gone Global until Facebook takes real action on their demands. Yeah, it sounds like we now have this damning audit this big boycott pressure from for many directions on Facebook to change its ways. That's right, and civil rights groups told me they're not going to ease the pressure on Facebook. I spoke to Benita Gupta, She's head of the leadership conference on civil and human rights, and here's what she had to say about the audit. It is a work in progress clearly and pour. In some ways it is. Starts and not a finish for the civil rights community. Gupta and other leaders. I spoke to you know, they say it's just so urgent that Facebook act now because the presidential election is just a few months away. That's something the auditors also say they're really worried about. They say it in the audit. They say a Facebook doesn't get more serious about enforcing its policies, holding politicians to the same standards as other users. That will open the door to more voter suppression even calls for violence on

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Infinity Ward has removed the controversial 'OK' gesture from Modern Warfare - Gamasutra

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Infinity Ward has removed the controversial 'OK' gesture from Modern Warfare - Gamasutra

"Call of duty, modern warfare has removed the okay symbol. This is Wesleyan Pool at euro game. Infinity Ward has quietly removed the okay gesture from call of duty, modern warfare and warzone. The developer has yet explained the decision and publisher. activision has so far failed to comment. After euro game got in touch last week, but it seems likely. The gesture was pulled due to its status as a symbol. In call of duty, modern warfare and war zone, you're able to assign hand gestures to your character for use out on the battlefield, the okay gesture, which was added to the game and was used by some as a trick shot of sorts, the players, the player character, doing the okay sign with their left hand while firing the gun with right called UB social media. Would often carry clips players during the okay sign as they ended a multiplayer match or a game of warzone with the final kill, but the okay sign is no longer in the game pulled. Pulled on the quiet by Infinity Award as part of modern warfare midseason update and replaced by a new gesture called crush. There is no mention of the change in the official passionate, but of course it didn't take players long spot the difference. In September Twenty nineteen, the anti-defamation League out of the okay signed to its list of hate symbols, after it was found to be used by some as sincere expression of white supremacy. I? Its use in this context owes its origins to users on four Chan. Who pretended? There was a hidden meaning behind the okay sign in a bid. Trick the media into a reaction. However, the this ploy ended up with the okay signs us. By the far right and now many believe it's meaning has changed while board has yet to comment. The removal of call of duty is okay. Gesture probably has to do with the ongoing black lives matter movement. The developer has issued strong statements in recent weeks pledging to crack down on racism, call of duty, modern warfare, and even inserting a black lives message into the game or black lives matter message into the game. This isn't the first time video game. Industry has taken action over the case on back in April. Twenty nineteen blizzard reportedly told the fan in the overwatch a league arena. They were not allowed to use the okay sign after it was spotted on a stream and a complaint was made.

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"anti defamation league" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"anti defamation league" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Supervisors unanimously voted to declare racism in the county a public health crisis, according to NBC News. Unanimously voted not not. One person at one person said. Well, you know, What do you mean? It's a health crisis that the doctors are racist and therefore not treating black patients that the nurses are right or racism, therefore, not properly assisting the doctors when it comes to black patients that The ambulance driver to get lost on the way to the hospital. When they got a black person in the car. What do you see what he's saying? Racism is a public health crisis. Remember that. 2013 Rasmussen poll I told you about where blacks were asked which Of the three groups, blacks, whites in Hispanic. It's the most racist. Hispanics, whereas the same question and White rat the same question. And more whites thought blacks were the racist and the other two. Maur, Hispanic start black for races and the other two. More Blackstock, black for racist and the other two. So if then, Bernardino is declaring racism of public health crisis. And blacks and Hispanics believe that blacks are more racist than blacks. Hispanics are In this public health crisis is targeting a lot of black people, isn't it? And according to the Anti Defamation League. Blacks are 2.5 to 3 times more likely to be anti Semitic. Nonblack Gentile moves. So if you're declaring racism, a public health crisis I would imagine should declare anti Semitism one too. It turns out, blacks are more likely to be anti Semitic. Nonblack, gentle now the majority of black tonight at me wrong What about? Ah! Twice as many as non black gentiles can be said to be anti Semitic according to the anti Defamation League. So Ah, how far we're gonna go with this? Nancy Pelosi..

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Congressional Caucus for Black and Jewish Relations Kicks Off

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Congressional Caucus for Black and Jewish Relations Kicks Off

"Three in the congressional caucus on black Jewish relations hosting a virtual roundtable on tackling systemic racism in the U. S. it's chaired by former representatives including congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz and members will be able to hear policy recommendations from national leaders and does including the anti defamation league and the N. double ACP the caucus recently issued a statement condemning the murders of George Floyd Brianna Taylor and optimize our very president trump meanwhile also holding a round table discussion in Dallas presenting ideas for police reform and race relations the president laid out in Dallas with faith leaders law enforcement and business owners first it would aggressively pursue economic development in minority communities it would include confronting health care disparities putting courage police departments to meet standards for use of force training would renew calls in Congress for school

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Watchdog reports record number of anti-Semitic incidents in U.S. last year

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Watchdog reports record number of anti-Semitic incidents in U.S. last year

"Of the number of anti semitic incidents in the U. S. this past year was the highest on record locally the number cemex around the country last year the anti defamation league recorded more than twenty one hundred anti semitic incidents the most since the group started keeping track in nineteen seventy nine we saw all categories increase drone as X. in his V. P. of the group's mid Atlantic division he says those categories include harass spent vandalism and assault in DC Maryland and Virginia fortunately we did not see the occurrence of an increase in assaults that was experienced elsewhere in the country but incidents of vandalism increased neckline Elie

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Report: Anti-Semitic incidents in US hit record high in 2019

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Report: Anti-Semitic incidents in US hit record high in 2019

"American Jews were targets of more anti semitic incidents in twenty nineteen than any other year over the past four decades according to a new report from the anti defamation league the Jewish civil rights groups report found two thousand one hundred and seven anti semitic incidents last year including deadly attacks on a California synagogue a Jewish grocery store in New Jersey and a rabbi's New York home the group found sixty one physical assault cases and more than one thousand instances of harassment the total number of incidents last year marked a twelve percent increase over the previous year and the highest tally since tracking began in nineteen seventy nine I'm Julie Walker

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2019 saw most anti-Semitic incidents in US in 40 years, tally finds

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

2019 saw most anti-Semitic incidents in US in 40 years, tally finds

"Anti semitic incidents in the U. S. reached a record high last year including deadly attacks on the California synagogue a Jewish grocery store in Jersey city and the rabbis New York home the anti defamation league's report found two thousand one hundred seven anti semitic incidents in two thousand nineteen the highest tally since the group began tracking incidents in nineteen

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Patriots' fifth-round NFL draft pick, kicker Justin Rohrwasser says he will cover tattoo of logo for right-wing group

WBZ Afternoon News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Patriots' fifth-round NFL draft pick, kicker Justin Rohrwasser says he will cover tattoo of logo for right-wing group

"The patriots new kicker selected in the fifth round of the NFL draft is getting some questions about a tattoo he has on his left arm WBZ's Kendall Buell explains Justin Rohrwasser likes his patriotic imagery he has an American flag tattoo and ones that say don't tread on me and liberty or death and then there's the Roman numeral three in circling stars wore watcher says you got to support the military but it actually represents the three percenters a group that really likes its guns and according to the anti defamation league really doesn't like minorities or immigrants telling reporters late yesterday that that's something he doesn't want to represent and that he's planning

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White nationalist stickers placed on businesses in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District

News, Traffic and Weather

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

White nationalist stickers placed on businesses in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District

"White nationalists stickers with sayings such as better dead than red or being plastered all over the Chinatown international district almost Jonathan Chou has the update read where do you see three men wearing sunglasses and masks were spotted placing the stickers on storefronts light posts and mailboxes Sunday evening Seattle police say the men are likely associated with the group patriot front for awhile now the anti defamation league goals patriot front a white supremacist hate group we were unable to reach anyone there for comment many Asian business owners are now concerned they're being targeted troll

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Racial Slurs And Swastikas Fuel Civil Rights Pressure On Zoom

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:37 min | 1 year ago

Racial Slurs And Swastikas Fuel Civil Rights Pressure On Zoom

"In Zoom meetings racists slurs and hate speech. Keep showing up today. A civil rights group is meeting with the company to demand. Do something about that. Npr Tech correspondent Shannon. Bond has the reporting but first let me know. Zoom is an NPR sponsor Rashad Robinson I encountered the term zoom bombing on social media. We started seeing people posting things and Particularly knee and others aren't at color of change in what they were. Experiencing Color of change is a nonprofit that advocates for racial equality and Robinson is its president. People were tagging him in reports of Zuma tax because so many of them involve racist slurs and harassment. Black Lemay having a church gathering and have people come in drawing You Know Genitalia and calling them. The Edward Robinson's group and others found evidence of organized campaigns out in the open on twitter and Instagram as well as message boards popular with the far right there people shared links and passwords to coordinate attacks on unsuspecting zoom users. This all comes as zoom is being increasingly used for online school Passover Seder town halls. Now Color of change says zoom must take more responsibility. You know we want them to release a specific plan to combat. Racial harassment on the platform among Robinson's list of demands. A chief diversity officer who would focus on how technology impacts bowl normal people also better security and he wants a formal apology to victims in a statement. Npr Zoom says it takes security extremely seriously and it looks forward to the discussion with color of change but other groups are renewing alarms to the anti-defamation League has traced to attacks to a known white nationalist both involved virtual events held by Jewish groups. As more and more people are spending time at home. So are the extremists who are looking to find ways to leverage the technology to harass people. Oren Segal runs the anti-defamation League's Center on extremism. He spoke during a presentation. The group gave Zoom bombing. These are moments where people are trying to find community trying to find opportunities to create normal discussion with colleagues with friends with family. And that's why this is particularly disturbing law enforcement is watching Michigan. Prosecutors worn hacking videoconferences is a crime and there could be jail time in recent weeks. Zoom has taken steps to make it harder for intruders to get into meetings the company blocks Ip addresses of attackers when people report harassment. But critics say it should be more proactive given these are problems that plague so many tech platforms zoom CEO Eric. Yuen appeared on. All things considered where he was asked whether he should have anticipated such attacks by harassers. I never thought about this seriously. That answer reflects how you en envision zoom in the first place it was designed for business meetings but now it's having to grapple with what happens when society at large logs on even more troubling this new form. Virtual harassment doesn't end with zoom meetings themselves. Joan Donovan Studies Online extremism at the Harvard Kennedy School's Shorenstein Center. A lot of these folks are taking video or taking screen shots and then sharing them in other places. So we're seeing the artifacts of Zimbabwe. Show up on Youtube and on takeoff and another video sharing platforms and that happens. It's hard for zoom or any single company to end the vicious

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"anti defamation league" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"anti defamation league" Discussed on KCRW

"Into downtown in downtown east bound ten at Santa Fe it's a contact pickup reported there is traffic report is brought you by that peppered on graduate school of education and psychology sunny today highs mostly in the sixties right now in Venice it's forty seven degrees forty three in palm springs support for NPR comes from legalzoom legalzoom is committed to helping set up small businesses for success this year more information is available at legalzoom dot com slash and PR from the Dana Farber Cancer Institute developing ways to use the PDL one pathway in immunotherapy to treat cancer committed to making contributions in cancer treatment for seventy two years Dana Farber dot org slash everywhere and from CNN presenting a new season of the CNN original series race for the White House taking a look back at some of the most hard fought presidential races throughout history starting Sunday at nine PM on CNN it's seven twenty two this is morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm David green white supremacist propaganda is not just spreading across the country it is growing and it's hitting college campuses at alarming rates this is according to a new report from the anti defamation league it tracks more than twenty seven hundred cases last year the most the organization has recorded in a single year the material include statements like re claim America and one nation against invasion or in Siegel is vice president of the anti defamation league center on extremism and joins me thanks for coming and joining us on the program good morning so just to clarify when we say cases.

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"anti defamation league" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"anti defamation league" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Where's the anti defamation league where is a pack they got mine this world the liberal Jewish organizations not time but the conservative ones I don't hear you hello where's Jay street somewhere in hell no question about it you just got the best explanation what the president is doing anywhere in media if you're watching MSNBC and CNN you have no idea what this deals about if you're reading The New York Times or The Washington but you and no idea what's gonna none you just heard from the ambassador to Israel from the United States was intimately involved in this explained and you can hear it sounds like a magnificent plan and then you hear the left in our country doesn't do enough for the Palestinians Hey Palestinian just not murdering people stop promoting terrorism stop giving you pensions the killers just recognize the state of Israel's right to exist in a few other things and look at all you'll get what we can't do that allow your people to vote allow them to read and write briefly free speech allow them basic human right that can't do that that's very high bar can't do that in the meanwhile you have six or seven Arab Muslim countries including big once more powerful ones like Egypt and Morocco and Saudi Arabia who back this and European countries in other countries but not are Democrats boy No Way what a great conservative organizations out there doing some incredible work but I want to make a take a minute to talk about the MRC or as I like to call them America's media watchdog when you think of the MRC you should think of one thing truth for over thirty years the media research center has had one mission to provide reliable fact driven information about the media because the American people deserve the truth unfortunately we don't get the truth from the media today yes look at their shameful coverage of this impeachment trial and the cheerleaders in the media will do anything to take down this president if you think about it they're the ones who started pushing for impeachment the moment the president was sworn in and that's why the work of the MRC is so important the tip of the spear in the.

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"anti defamation league" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"anti defamation league" Discussed on WGN Radio

"U. S. senator Dick Durbin of Illinois met with community leaders in Chicago are they discussed what they're calling a rise in hate crimes says he plans to introduce legislation next week aimed at enhancing the federal government's efforts to prevent domestic terrorism we need to coordinate with our law enforcement agencies to make sure there's a sensitivity in terms of things hate crimes and also that there is accurate reporting we feel unfortunately that hate crimes in America dramatically under reported and as a consequence of we're overlooking the obvious looming a danger if we do nothing in the future senator Durbin was joined by leaders from up among others the anti defamation league Kerr Chicago the Chicago urban league and the Sikh coalition the Iranian government is expected to present its initial finding Saturday of what caused the Ukrainian jetliner crash happened Wednesday shortly after takeoff from Tehran ABC's David curly covers aviation couple of days ago they said the cause was an engine fire they said that issue down is scientifically impossible what with all this mounting evidence we'll see what story what the Iranians have to present to you S. official site intelligence reports they say indicated a runny and missile brought down the plane there were one hundred seventy six people aboard Ukraine international airlines flight seven fifty two no survivors this stage is being set for the third presidential impeachment trial in American history ABC's senior congressional correspondent merry Bruce reports house speaker Nancy Pelosi is indicating that she is now ready to turn over the articles of impeachment to the Senate hello season holding up the process to pressure Republicans to agree to additional witnesses documents documentation witnesses back through that's what they're afraid of witnesses like former national security adviser John Bolton Bolton has indicated he would testify the Senate impeachment trial if subpoenaed a set of emails delivered from Chicago based Boeing to federal investigators shows employees mocking their own company and the Federal Aviation Administration during the development of their Max seven thirty seven series chairman of the house committee on transportation and infrastructure Peter DeFazio Democrat of Oregon after reading through the email says he's confident Boeing concealed information in terms.

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"anti defamation league" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"anti defamation league" Discussed on WTVN

"Here is the reaction of the media of all the reaction of Nancy Pelosi predictable well motivate and further in power this kind of a mindset motivate and further empower this kind of the mindset yes I want to read this piece to this segments too long buy ion Hirsi Ali some million Muslim same place as a mark comes from and I also remind you about the media about how tolerant the media is towards anti Semites on the left how to tolerate the media was not just the New York Times The Washington Post but all the media to the third Reich and Adolf Hitler as they jump all over trump who's obviously reacting angrily it what he hears and sees this constant relentless attack on American principles this constant relentless attack I'm Judy is now of course the anti defamation league which is in the back pocket of the left concerning the head of the anti defamation league was an Obama special assistant.

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"anti defamation league" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"anti defamation league" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Slash appear. Oh, okay. So back to the statement from Facebook, they say again that they've always been individuals or organizations that promote or engage in violence and hate as I say, the violence standard is vague. And then they're conflating violence in hate. So people saying bad things is not the same thing as people issuing calls for say murder. I should know this because as news have reported. There is a person who was arrested this week for for making violent death threats against Jared Kushner, and Donald Trump junior and has made violent death threats against me and against my employees. Hey, this this person was engaged in a level of criticism. That is not the norm. That's why this person has been arrested right now. Thank you to law enforcement for doing their job. There's a vast difference between that and people who just say bad things about me. You say hateful things about me. And they're plenty of people who say hateful things about me on a regular basis. There is a vast difference between people utilizing their free speech in ways that I don't like I get hit by more than I was number one target of antisemitic bile in twenty sixteen according to the Anti-Defamation League, the number one target. I never filed a police report with any of this. If I know the difference between people who are spewing hateful garbage at me and people who are actively threatening my life. There's a difference between violence and hate this difference between speech and violence. No matter how much I dislike the speech. So that's a distinction that Facebook seems to be obliterating. And then finally, they have no hard definition as to what? Hateful. So this is completely arbitrary now. It's okay. Well, basically, what it feels like is that Facebook came up with a list of people that they wanted to ban who were anti left. I don't want to say they're on the right? Because again, I think that the right is a somewhat confusing terms. Sometimes when I say, the right, generally, I'm talking about conservatives when the press uses the right? I mean, people who are anti left. I don't think that those are the same category of. People. There are a lot of people who are anti left who also happen to be not conservative anti-conservative, one group of people who seem to be anti-left, but also are not conservative. Anyway, are white supremacist, for example, are anti left because they don't like multi-culturalism, and because they they're racial supremacists. And all of that. But they're not conservative because they don't believe in government. They don't believe in the values of western civilization. They scorn Judeo Christian values. They scorn the idea of freedoms in the constitution. But those people are anti-left, but they're not conservative the media will consider them. Right. So for purposes of the media's terminology, the people who they are banning many of them are on the quote, unquote. Right. They really need anti-left left. But they've kind of through Farrakhan in there. So they could say, listen, we're not biased you're throwing Louis Farrakhan too. But the fact is that again, none of these people said anything new the got the man Facebook is simply deciding that they want to people that they consider hateful now. I may even agree with some of the people who they consider hateful again, I've been personally targeted by several of the people on. This list. But that does not mean that my definition of hate is the definition of hate that is legally applicable. It doesn't mean that my definition of hatred from everybody else's definition of hate. There really is too much play in the joints here. Nine thing that Facebook wanted to issue rules say you're not allowed to call people certain names, for example, he can't call somebody the N word like having a clear definition of rules. How about that? That's that's pretty much all that people are asking for and Facebook refuses to grant that instead they wished to go after people along vague standards, and those standards do not apply. Equally to everybody coming up. We're gonna be talking about Facebook's, supposedly.

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"anti defamation league" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"anti defamation league" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"The Anti-Defamation League maintains its own statistics. And last year it reported that nine of the twelve physical assaults against Jews categorizes hate crimes in New York state. We're committed in Brooklyn and involve victims were easily marked as members of traditionally orthodox communities. So in other words, pod save America crowd doesn't actually care about any of this stuff because it doesn't fit the narrative, and that's the reality only when if it's in there is anti-semitism thing. And when it's when it's a Muslim shooting up LAX at the counter and killing a member of my community. Then it's not a big thing when it's people being targeted for hate crimes by folks of minority bent, then it's not a big. When it's a white supremacist, then it's a big thing because we can link that's Republicans and try and proclaim that this is the big problem across the country. Now, again, I have never underestimated the impact of white supremacist anti semitism. It is a serious problem for Jews. It is not the only serious problem for juice or even the predominant problem for Jews in the country when it comes to anti-semitism. Okay. Time for a couple of things that I like, and then thing that I hate so couple of things that I like I've been doing. Jewish Naganuma, which are sort of prayer tunes yesterday. I did one for my friend, eight cats. This is in my opinion, the most beautiful of all Jewish Perkins. This is from a prayer that we do on fast days and also on Yom Kippur and also the period between Shana annual report the Paris called the view mall Keanu, which literally means my father, my king. And it's it's a beautiful prayer. You're begging God for for particular things. Here is a little bit of this tune that sung in shoal on all the days that I just mentioned. Hello..

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"anti defamation league" Discussed on Recode Decode

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01:43 min | 4 years ago

"anti defamation league" Discussed on Recode Decode

"To do intrinsic bias which is encouraging because we know the real issues there so imagine if you could use you know virtual reality to put a police officer in the shoes of a young black male boom what it feels like to be pulled over for quote unquote driving while black what it feels like to be you know under what it feels like to be a young sort of mexican national on the other side of an ice raid and i think technology caused you really interesting things that would enhance our ability to help launch a empathy mef technology and understand the communities are trying to serve do you do anything around the taping of police officers is some interesting stuff going on her and language their taping language and then showing how a talk to different people have in lengthy it's really interesting and it's oakland um so they're taping is just that the body cams and so would you can tell the computers can tell what race they're talking to buy the words they choose it's you know it's very clear the words that use for african americans were sits why people and other issues absolutely front it's really it's it's it's data you know what i mean i'm seles thing i want to talk about we just a few more minutes is the idea of what data is and you have all this data people on care about actual facts um you know pressed by again this administration this idea of fudging what facts are would just today through fact lies said in then everyone's now talking about not the lie but the fact whether it's true you know what i mean like you start to do that so how do you do that when you have all this data what happens to date because one of the strengths presumably of adl is data this many assaults this many this year i had a relative who there was some fact and i was like this is actual piece of data well so you say announced linked but it is interim he it was just like it was it's a fan.

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"anti defamation league" Discussed on Recode Decode

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01:38 min | 4 years ago

"anti defamation league" Discussed on Recode Decode

"Um but i think they suddenly are i've tuned in the fact that can no longer ignore this problem i believe they ignored it before because of libertarian ethos and because they all want user growth right read one of the ground or metrics it goes against every easier ground the exactly selected at this on twitter is that if they turn off the bowling perfectly their user goes trust its ardy dropping i was late doesn't because they created an atmosphere that so vile and an end um poisonous that its regress dis anyway so it's really kind of a fascinating probably right but if you think about that investor relations deck who every quarter have user growth going in the right direction anything in my put the brakes on that restrooms in an an analyst raises hander her hand at site war what's going on here right so flash forward to today we've now found the much more willing to work with us you know actually you we mentioned already twice today pure amid yarden that i was at south by that this past year and announce that were opening a new center on technology and society and soon on valley i should ruling out next month the new number palo alto pierre gave us to seek capital to fund this thing right in iran in american never involved with a d albany cares deeply about free speech may he's worried about fake news he's worried about their he kind of the cyber hate so he give it give us to see capital and the company's realize they've got to figure out ways to convene and work together i would like in it to sort of child pornography riven copyright infringement where they've developed shared strategies or spam they weren't fast ira or sanford added on that guy they're very fast and child pornography so what is your office going to do at their what is your goal and.

"anti defamation league" Discussed on Recode Decode

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02:03 min | 4 years ago

"anti defamation league" Discussed on Recode Decode

"Right or buses and they marched with dr king and they stood up for the lgbtq community in the 80s and i've heard these stories when people were afraid that that gay man you could catch aids from summits raising on eu adl stood up for them miss at a for immigrants in the fifth i could go on and on him a remarkable history today basically the work continues to be you know inspired by that mission fighting for the jewish community and for others and basically eighty altus three things advocacy education and law enforcement advocacy is working to change laws through the courts or through congress lobbying filing a meek his briefs litigating to a degree strategic issues around that where exactly around here protecting minorities preserving the first amendment number two education long ago they realized you can't litigator lobby your way out of hate hearts and minds today the aid yells one of the largest providers in the united states of antibias anti bullying at the hague content and schools or materials reach more than a million and a half children every year we literally cannot keep up with demand and number three we work with law enforcement uh we both help them investigate hate crime bite and focus on who needs to be focused focus we have a whole research apparatus our centre on extremism focus on researching the bad guys and we train police now to deal with hate had extremism we trained fifteen thousand officers every year or than any other ngo in the country the fbi is made our training mandatory uh the nypd is made her training mandatory so basically advocacy education law enforcement those are the three things we do we have a network of 26 offices across the country field offices that are like our channel that sort of go to mark and implement those programmes locally and seattle or presumed new eur let others like this and they're probably lost center and others touch lulu chronicle what's going on we work with yes plc for example and the us holocaust museum at some of that training for law enforcement in researching the.

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"anti defamation league" Discussed on Recode Decode

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02:01 min | 4 years ago

"anti defamation league" Discussed on Recode Decode

"I think it's become the office of american innovation l chris her down that note that's jared now cadets shared a cats the best kind of innovation all the other counts uh yes i probably had half a dozen to ten people would wax and wane with fellows and details share into what was you what we are initiatives that you worked on we did three big things so number one we tried to find new ways to put people to work um so i was responsible for the national service agenda services a strategy but people back to work so like americorps peace corps of responsible for all those programs and expanding them because the budget was shank frozen so we created new programs like fema court dealt with disaster relief right and justice corps to help with issues with uh the immigration front natural secondly i did all the publicprivate partnerships for the president so worked on joining forces helped set up my brother's keeper all these different initiatives the try to find a way to bring philanthropy in business together dav public public interest right and then thirdly i worked on the impact investing or social entrepreneurship agenda right so i worked on boring things like tax policy orissa reform trying to move big swath of capital from offline like passively managed by fun passively handled by fund managers in new york into the economy and so how do we get foundations have eight hundred billion dollars jails and they do they only species heroin are exactly so i make it easy for foundation to put money into jobs at recreating into companies creating jobs how do we make it easier for pension funds to put their money into firms that are doing like renewables or so sponsored and so they can find on an investment and funds like that amman straight that more and more more and more and so on out so like i helped launch the for social impact bonds and the government launch all the other cut a new program secrete novel financial instruments that use the capital markets more effectively said that we could invest in social gut present that's right so so she good.

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"anti defamation league" Discussed on Recode Decode

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02:02 min | 4 years ago

"anti defamation league" Discussed on Recode Decode

"Plenty of them so i had to him about how he pretends kono care of getting more about that later good at lying yes i i went were for howard integrated the businesses launched our product much leisure retail platform howard asthma serving the board of the starbucks foundation no it millions and free cash flow to distribute to projects all over the world great gig enjoyed it my wife and i had to kids at the time or back in la i was in seattle but eight loan of to seattle as well in noon at assistance yannick dealer take secreta yeah it is it's gotten better angrily remarkable what's happened to it so i went back to la i got recruit to run a little magazine business called good good seen another interesting entrepreneurial effort exactly source responsible that was also asserted going south i mean the print business niagara business it wasn't act than either and i put it digital i invested heavy and digital lesson of in only publisher essentially ceo unite like publisher and that was a great run and we had an idea that sort of came out of that which is all these young people wanted to this will i read your magazine or a drink your water now wa can we had this idea of could we aggregate volunteer listings because it turns out volunteer databases are a lot like how molasses right offline not standardised fragmented so i pitched idea to google plaques this was in late two thousand eight i believe i said why don't we do for volunteer listings what realtor did for real estate and they got excited about it and so is a twenty percent project punch mentioned your helped me to do it uh they invested in some big companies png but money in got the money and we built this thing called offer good which was the largest aggregation of ontario listings on the internet and there had been volunteering listing sure that would stay volunteer match yeah uh idea lists rather few others but they were all again not standardised right they're not had good a multiple places what we didn't we used data feeds right and then we reached out in her scraped and brought all list.

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"anti defamation league" Discussed on Recode Decode

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01:48 min | 4 years ago

"anti defamation league" Discussed on Recode Decode

"Good at driving product and you know but i was not i miss public service now we're working for wall street shareholders who are anonymous and i i still wanted to change the world and he didn't want to go to another internet can go will adjust gotten started that it might have been a good choice for i remember when it got started yeah no nine what happened was up my roommate from business school kt with an idea for a business this thing called ethos water that amy foes water here so basically he he had this idea of could we take bottled water which the fifteen billion dollar category in the us and used part of the profits to help children around the world get clean water billion people likely drinking water and he would came from kinsey knew a lot about strategy very smart good person i was being very operational at the point that when i was running all consumer products for realtor so i wanted to do something that was still operational but more socially responsible night so otter is i left uh i left a realtor we started the business together mmhmm so we started ethos water my house here in la oregon were in dc i suppose and we bootstrap two because no one wanted to this is now two thousand into right bubble burst that things are being restored out and noone on to invest in a bottled water company right right so we bootstrap did and we eventually if fuel my friends gave his money it was like i think they didn't want to see my wife and i get a divorce was like therapy money at beneath has got a lot of church and i certainly did yeah and eventually uh we had this that young entrepreneur who started ebay i met him at parity ah i met him i met peer at ted two thousand three or two thousand four and he invest he was the first big investor as you got to really nice eyes and then we sold starbucks right and then i went to work for howard schultz as the vice president global consumer product safety the in the shelter administration will tackle i thought uh there.

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01:49 min | 4 years ago

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"Early 90s and then i worked at the white house at the national economic council and why did you do that which is i joined the clinton campaign when he was running for president i was the first clear online yeah i was a workstudy student at tops and he had this idea of young people serving in their community to pay their loans and i thought that was a much better idea than mopping floors and busing tables that i was doing shirt and so i moved down arkansas after i graduated in were however clinton wound just did that just moved i believed i wanted to fight the good fight right and so you did that and then it took he he wa he won and i came up to dc and i did international conomic for five years at the commerce department look it was at the time when nafta was getting past the gap became a wto hong kong transition to over to china eight pack so it was a time of international traders really popping great time who work on those issues night and then we try to understand where's the economy going and i worked for ghanim ira magaziner the white house yet and worked on your healthcare exactly who then looked at trade issues and what i saw was tech was really growing so go out to the valley to try to understand these little new companies i e bay area who had gone that is exactly and that long and short of his i saw those before change in the world and i wanted to be part of that but i didn't this was nine with this is 95 nice and sherry you were there when i was hit when i nets not many people that are linked and i remember i remember when when amazon went out and umbrella netscape launched i was on the team at the commerce department that piloted mosaic the mosaic browser right ninety right reuniti four um so i wanted to get into tech didn't know anything about it rather than as and where he went anti song like wow this is going gallagher stood i remember reading like peter schwarts is the long boom article in wiron way back when and i just thought this was the future yeah and but you here you are in washington.

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