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"archbishop desmond tutu" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from NPR news. I'm Lakshmi saying sobering outlook today on the path out of the corona virus pandemic a new. Npr PBS Newshour. Mayor's poll finds two thirds of Americans believe life will be back to normal for at least six more months here's NPR's medical months narrow sixty five percent of Americans don't think they'll be able to resume their normal daily lives for at least six months and with many states reopening businesses. Three quarters of people say they are concerned about a second outbreak of the virus. Experts say without strict social distancing. That's a very real possibility. There was a big political divide on these questions. Republicans are less likely to think that normalcy will take six months or more to return and they're less likely to be concerned about a second outbreak. That's perhaps not surprising. Given president trump urging states to reopen even ahead of his own federal guidelines and with largely conservative protests springing up around the country demanding an end to restrictions aimed at stopping the spread of the virus. Domenico MONTANARO NPR news Washington months after the temporary shutdown Orlando's Walt Disney world's in the process of reopening under new corona virus restrictions workers and the limited number of people allowed into the entertainment park are required to wear face coverings. There temperatures will also be checked before they're allowed inside at the same time vice president. Mike Pence was in central Florida meeting with tourism officials. And talking to Republican governor Ron descent who continues to claim that most Floridians are safe from corona virus. Whoever recent developments have raised new questions about whether the state's public health data may have been manipulated in favor of a campaign to reopen Florida's economy. Well Governor Andrew. Cuomo OF NEW. York's launching a public service campaign to warn people not to get complacent about wearing a mask. Here's NPR's Windsor. Johnston Governor Cuomo's cited data that shows people who work in jobs. That require face masks. Have up to half of the infection rate of the general population in New York City. The mask works. The governor also warned against complacency in the weeks ahead arrogant people get cocky. People get casual. Won't people undisciplined. You'll see that infection rate. Go up the governor says the state plans to expand a testing programs in higher risk areas. He says testing has shown that about twenty seven percent of people in New York. City's lower income communities have been infected with the coronavirus while the overall rate is about nineteen percent Windsor Johnston. Npr News in Central Michigan. Thousands of flood evacuees are being advised to practice anti corona virus measures while they seek shelter from severe floods. We've more Michigan Radio's Tracey Samuelson. Almost everyone's wearing a mask they have the cots set up at good distances. And everybody's being really quite careful and it's really important because a lot of the people here are elderly folks disabled folks people in wheelchairs. Pets tracey Samuelson reporting this is NPR News Francis Collins the scientists and physician who directs the National Institutes of Health has been awarded the Templeton Prize. Npr's Tom Gjelten says the prize honors those especially scientists who tackle issues of spirituality certain templeton a philanthropist established his prize to highlight the power of the sciences to explore the deepest questions of the universe and humankind's place and purpose within it past honorees include. Mother Teresa Archbishop Desmond Tutu and the Dalai Lama Francis Collins who directed the Human Genome Project was awarded the prize for his argument. That religious faith and scientific inquiry can go together in a statement. Colin said the complexity of human biology constantly creates in me a sense of off. The Templeton Prize is one of the world's largest individual awards valued at one point one million British pounds. Tom GJELTEN NPR news us. Marshals have arrested a former green beret and his son in Massachusetts after Japan issued a warrant charging them with helping to smuggle ex Nissan CEO. Carlos gone out of the country. At the time gone was out on bail awaiting trial in Japan on financial misconduct charges. Go to childhood home of Lebanon. He says he escaped Japan because he did not believe he would get a fair trial there. The Dow's closed up three hundred sixty nine points or one and a half percent to end the day at twenty four thousand five hundred. Seventy Five P was up. One Point Percent Nasdaq was up more than two percent. I'm Lakshmi Singh NPR news..
"archbishop desmond tutu" Discussed on 5 Things
"Ruth three world series titles and Pete Rose's record occurred setting hit number four thousand one hundred ninety two his son. Thom Brennaman is also a sportscaster man will keep the family tradition going but Marty Brennaman doesn't think he'll come running on and back to the microphone. He said quote. I truly believe I'm going to be a whole lot less relevant and that's good with me on quote Prince Harry Duchess Meghan Baby. AP Archie. We'll continue their tour of southern Africa on Thursday or to Harrison mountbatten-windsor attended his first royal engagement on Wednesday as the family met retired Archbishop Desmond Tutu in South Africa on Thursday. Harry and Meghan will have separate itineraries though with Harry off to Botswana and Meghan staying in Cape Town with Archie before heading to Johannesburg. She's set to start her day at a breakfast honoring South Africa's women and Harry's next stop after Botswana. We'll we'll spend Thursday night. At a new de-mining camp run owned by Halo Trust his stop there will honor his late mother Princess Diana's own work in the country and last up Thursday mark say fiftieth birthday for to pop culture icons. Hi Cons the Beatles Abbey road album and the hit television series the Brady Bunch these days you can also check out the bunch bunch on their latest show a very brady renovation where the gang renovate the California home shown on the series of conic home in history you can tune in Mondays at nine eastern and Pacific Nick on HGTV as for the Beatles well they of course can't get back together and it turned out that Abbey Road marked their swansong the Fab four cross the road on the records iconic they cover and went out with hit songs like come together and here
Prince Harry Continues Royal Tour in Botswana While Meghan Markle and Archie Stay in South Africa
"Harry Duchess Meghan Baby. AP Archie. We'll continue their tour of southern Africa on Thursday or to Harrison mountbatten-windsor attended his first royal engagement on Wednesday as the family met retired Archbishop Desmond Tutu in South Africa on Thursday. Harry and Meghan will have separate itineraries though with Harry off to Botswana and Meghan staying in Cape Town with Archie before heading to Johannesburg. She's set to start her day at a breakfast honoring South Africa's women and Harry's next stop after Botswana. We'll we'll spend Thursday night. At a new de-mining camp run owned by Halo Trust his stop there will honor his late mother Princess Diana's own work in the
"archbishop desmond tutu" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"Whoever you're around when incredible gift to life you give whether it's a company a person, and he saw that and said, it's bigger the Nike. You are bigger. The Nike can you need to go. And he said, you only the third person I told to this point in my career that they should leave. I don't like talent to leave me. But we would be selfish to keep you. It's like, okay. What do I do not? What what what a session? We're talking might drop them out. I got. Yeah. I mean, he you know, that was one of the people had a conversation with okay? Who's the next tinker Hatfield at Nike at nine agent, an amazing designer, but tinker actually identified my gifts before I knew them in invited me to join his band of misfit toys, the individuals were part of his special projects group 'cause he would go around and identify special energy special people that he saw maybe you don't know yet. But you've got something that can add even more value. You're gonna come in spend time with me ruin cool. So he was wonderful Archbishop Desmond Tutu on so in South Africa in Cape Town and Joe bird. And I got to hear the Invictus story before it was even a movie come on. He told the story. He goes the story of not believing that sport could be the game. Changer. The had the social impact that Nelson Mandela believed. He believed preaching forgiveness was the way it was going to happen. And he so lovingly said, you know, had I known had I known that all I needed was a boar and a jersey I could save myself thousands of sermon. Because he said he saw Nelson Mandela walk out into that stadium wearing the Springboks jersey. The the most recognizable symbol of apartheid. And to hear the people scream as they Mandela Mandela. He said, and he witnessed the power sport to bring a community together to galvanize others to have social impact. So to spend time at the feed him Paulo Elliott who wrote the alchemist he gave me the understanding of ritual and the practice of how you share story his pretty funny because he said, he never really the story that you think you're supposed to tell is not the story. It's behind that one. You have to have the confidence to let that one go the shadow stores yet. Right. Yeah. Putting putting spotlights on the dark corners of things and you're investigating shadow part of what it means to be Kevin Carroll yet. What it means to whomever is a tough journey. No. Yeah. Yes. Really cool who else Marcus Swanson? He's a photographer here in town. He taught me how to to own a business. He said you can have a business Kevin or you can own a business. If you own your business that means you really get into the things you don't enjoy and yet to be willing to do that said lots of people have businesses, but not a lot of people. Own their business. He said you have an opportunity, but you have to beat you have to be willing to get messy with it. So that was a really good lesson for me from the standpoint of building my business, my brand and understanding that in, you know, I mean manana Carol, my mom, you know, misleading all those people. But you know, I just think you know. And I have a lot of millennial mentors. I have these young ones site this legion all over the world that I've met through their parents were at speaking events or serendipitous way that have helped me understand how to stay connected to what's coming next. And I love that we can be reciprocal with it. I can give them my sage incites in can share with me, you know, what's happening now. And I really appreciate that..
"archbishop desmond tutu" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Until he established to Manny Jackson center for the humanities. And it's all about raising the level of communication as Martin Luther. King says people don't know each other. Because they don't talk to each other. They don't talk to each other because they're afraid of each other. Manish goal is to raise the level of conversation. And our core goals in values of respect dignity, understanding and forgiveness. When we opened the center, we brought in general, Colin Powell. Two years ago, we brought in Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and then this year on March eight t two thousand eighteen we broad and Naomi Tutu daughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu from South Africa. And she gave such a compelling speech. Tom. She talked about. Bridgen bridges. Communicate in reaching out beyond our comfort level comfort zone and talking to people. Well, that's our mission. We have a conversation toward a brighter future project that we're working with all of the high schools and medical schools and Madison County every high school in every middle school is part of this project. We give them a five thousand dollar scowl, and they have to go back to their community their school district and determine what issue they want as a student body in his student driven that they want to solve it has to be data driven. It has to be capable replication. And you see the projects that these kids have come up with bullying. Race racism improving relationships. This is all about making life better for the next generation. And then we have a project is call making Madison County a better place for citizens where we have all of the law enforcement. We have thirteen law and chiefs of police the share the chief Justice. Justice David Helen. We have the state's attorneys up. We have all of our local legislator meeting with African American organizations. NWEA CPI urban lake the one hundred black man and other leaders, and we are talking about how we can improve race relationships how we can recruit more women African Americans and other minorities a law enforcement how we can be more diversified. And it is a great organization that we're working wet. And then we're on and bar mental side, we have young people that we're working with and exposing them to the watershed the environmental watershed was Phil. And we're getting them to do urban garden, and you know, many of these kids from inner city they have known. Knowledge of how to be stored of our environment. So we have those major programs that we are working locally to develop expand we're working closely with SI you at spill we're working closely with Lewis and Clark community college. So the the Mannie Jackson center for the humanities. And again, it's all run by Manny Jackson,.
"archbishop desmond tutu" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Compelling story. Until he extablished Mannie Jackson center for the humanities. And it's all about raising the level of communication as Martin Luther. King says people don't know each other. Because they don't talk to each other. They don't talk to each other because they're afraid of each other. Manage goal is to raise the level of conversation. And through our core goals in values of respect dignity, understanding and forgiveness. When we opened the center, we brought in general, Colin Powell. Two years ago. We brought in Kareem Abdul Jabbar, and then this year on March eighteenth two thousand eighteen we broad and Naomi Tutu daughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu from South Africa. And she gave such a Compal in speech, Tom. She talked about. Bridgen bridges communicated in reaching out beyond our comfort level comfort zone. And talking to people. Mission. We have a conversation toward a brighter future project that we're working with all of the high schools and middle schools and Madison County every high school in every middle school is part of this project. We give them a five thousand dollar Scotto, and they have to go back to their community their school district and determine what issue they want as a student body in his student driven that they want us off. It has to be data driven. It has to be capable replication. And you see the projects that these kids have come up with bullying. Race racism improving relationships. This is all about making life better the next generation. And then we have a project is call making Madison County a better place for citizens where we have all of law enforcement. We have thirteen law and chiefs of police the share the chief Justice. Justice David Helen, we have the state's attorney south. We have all of our local legislative meeting with African American organizations, the NWEA CPI urban lake the one hundred black man and other leaders in. We are talking about how we can improve race relationships how we can recruit more women African Americans and other minorities to law enforcement how we can't be more diversified. And it is a great organization that will work in wet. And then we're on the environmental side, we have young people that we're working with and exposing them to the watershed the environmental watershed was Phil. And we're getting them to do urban guard. Pardon? You know, many of these kids from inner city, they have no knowledge of how to be stored of our environment. So we have those major programs that we are working locally to develop expand we're working closely with SI you at was spill were working closely with Lewis and Clark community college. So the Manny Jackson center for the humanities. And again, it's all your oven by Manny Jackson, locally who has just done a great job across the country. More of profiles coming up on capable aware. Christmas. Again, I'm Alexis Christmas. Guarantor jelly is down to just four. Christmas. Christmas today. We're going to have the happiest Christmas Bing Crosby tap dance. With Danny Kaye. Good. Charlie Brown and Clark Griswold. Eating the great Christmas character with all time time for you to pick. Oh, you like to gain more dot com slash challenge. Vote. Now vote often when.
"archbishop desmond tutu" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Statement on Saudi Arabia, which I guess most of you have seen and we'll see how that all works out. It's a very complex situation. It's a shame. But it's it is what it is. Is what it is. Wow. The Democrats are preparing to take control of the house of representatives when the hundred and sixteenth congress comes into session in January on Tuesday congresswoman, Marcia fudge, said she no longer plans to challenge Nancy Pelosi for the role of speaker of the house, increasing the likelihood that Pelosi will retake the gavel as fudge announced her support for Pelosi Pelosi announced that fudge will become chair of now defunct subcommittee on voting rights in elections house. Democrats say they will investigate the Email practices of Ivanka Trump who admitted this week that she used a personal Email account to conduct government business in two thousand seventeen while functioning as an unpaid adviser to her father. She said no classified material was in her communications acting attorney. General Matthew Whitaker has revised his ethics. Closure forms at least five times. He was appointed his financial disclosures reveal. He took nine hundred thousand dollars in salary from a so-called charity organization that took aim at Democrats as well as seventeen hundred and fifty dollars in legal fees from a dubious now shuttered marketing company accused of fraud four students who survived the deadly school shooting in parkland, Florida, February have received an international peace prize for their activism against gun violence. David Hogg, Amazon's Allah, Jacqueline corn and Matt each on Tuesday received the twenty eighteen International Children's peace prize in a ceremony in Cape Town, South Africa, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, presented the prize which was awarded by youth advocacy organization. Kids rights. And that's a bit of what's news for now. I'm Nicole Sandler, wishing you and your family, very happy and healthy thanksgiving.
"archbishop desmond tutu" Discussed on Amanpour
"And for newest it was the perfect time to put a life down on paper in her memoir. The mother of black Hollywood, and that is just out in paperback which gave Michelle Martin just the right opportunity to talk to him. And as you'll see Lewis doesn't hold back. Jennifer lewis. Thank you so much for being with us. Pleasure. I don't know. Whether you mama Odie. Lana Hawkins from strong medicine. But I think a lot of people know you now from your role as ruby Johnson and the hit show black ish. So let's see a little bit of your work. Okay. Everybody lies. Bill Clinton fact that front and don't get me. Started on Oprah lose weight. Eating bread, my ass, even Archbishop Desmond Tutu lack accident an airplane with him one time which bathroom came back peanuts. What gone? So how much of your character is the writers, and how much is it Jennifer with a little you, Dan. Watered down. They let me play. That's why they hired me. They know that I'm spontaneous onset and ruby have so much fun with. But I always honor the writers the writers all the stars of blackish when I get those scripts I laugh out loud in my own house, and I don't laugh at nobody. But my sector. But the scripts I'm telling but they're so important. Well, tell me what you like about ruby as a character. Well, ruby is opinionated. But she's a whole woman. Also, she, you know, she's religious I hit but credit, but she's. She's a hot mess. The only thing that ruby and Jennifer Lewis having common is we both loved children, but ruby is her own, and well, I guess I should admit that Jenifer Lewis has a little SAS a little I let all. But I love playing her. I love she's unapologetically black. Yes, she is. And so am I and I was wondering where that came from was that always the case with homes from getting up that comes from feeling your feelings because we've got a big heart. Just like me. Feel those feelings be scared. Get up get up and be unafraid. See there's a difference me scared. Snatch that weed out? It's going to come back. But if you go down to the root. Tell me about your route is the, but no, no, no tell me where you're from like your. Painful to. I was born in a small town called kill lock on the outskirts of Saint Louis the planes at Lambert field used to damn near, you know, land on a house, but. Kinloch sits on the border of Ferguson, Missouri. And even as a child, I was warned never to go to Ferguson alone. But Ferguson had a movie theater and Kinloch did not. And I didn't care anything about racism had a dream. So I would sneak out of the house. My mother would have killed Michi. No, not go to Ferguson because there was so much racism there. And but I would sneak up to the top of the balcony get my little popcorn and imagine myself on the silver screen and now sixty eight movies later. Hello. Did you always know that Jennifer was going to be somebody always how did you know, what made you? Well, I sang my first solo in church at five years old and from the reaction of the congregation I stood there with my thumb and my mouth cross-eyed. But I thought to myself. This life, and I never looked back. So how did you get from Kinloch to become the mother of black Hollywood? I knew that was something bigger than can look I knew I had to get out television. Gave me that out. I watch television. Bette Davis Joan cross at Pearl Bailey. I mean, I stayed in the late late show. It was called right before television went off remember at night. Well, I went from that small town to of course in highschool. I discovered I was an alpha female, I became president of my class. Captain of the cheerleading squad. I started to nurture that gift of leadership during that time. And then I went onto Webster university. Majored in theater arts got my BA. And Honey went to New York the day after graduation got my.
"archbishop desmond tutu" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Increase to Mr. Herschel. Jeez. Welfare calls for press freedom and the protection of journalists lounge. The Washington Post has left Mr. harsh. Oh, jeez. Colin blank to Mark his disappearance. Let's clear is that the longer this mystery remains unresolved the more it threatens to deepen strains on an already difficult relationship between Turkey and Saudi Arabia. The Washington Post cited one anonymous official who said investigators believe a fifteen member team came from Saudi Arabia. The official added. It was a preplanned murder. Former South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu who turned eighty seven years old in a hospital today at birthday, greetings are pouring in to to has who has been treated for prostate cancer. For many years was admitted to Cape Town hospital for tests on September twenty seventh. This the latest of several hospital stays for the Nobel laureate. And the last few years Tutu was awarded the Nobel prize back in nineteen Eighty-four for his efforts to end apartheid and promote racial reconciliation in South Africa. And he has lent his moral stretcher to causes and campaigns around the world over the years. The first cars stamped made in Vietnam are making their global debut at the Paris auto show, yet Namibia's carmaker VIN Fash, showing a sleek sedan an SUV and hoping to get them on sale by early next year. I adjust market analyst Tim required says it won't be easy to very bold initiative to try and be a volume Comerica coming out Vietnam. They've got some good people involved. I believe in the engineering and design side of things sped past hiring, engineers and designers from this shrinking Australian auto industry, Jeff Gilbert, four CBS news Paris. A major fundraising campaign is underway in San Diego to build a forty foot statue of the Virgin Mary. Overlooking the US Mexico border. The goal is to raise one million dollars to match the California endowments contribution toward construction of the statue entitled welcome the stranger. Welcome a stranger sculpture. It's a memorial to the international migrant in their struggle. The artists behind the statue was Jim Bligh's ner. He says it's intended to evoke the likeness of the statue of liberty dialogue with the community in San Pedro expressed their emotions with the migrant experience, the symbol of the statue of liberty. As a symbol of American Open heartedness came to mind fairly quickly in that process. Blige nurse says the hope is to have the statue in place by some time. Early next year. Chris Edens KNX ten seventy NewsRadio on the roads this morning. We have a crash reported in the hacienda heights area. That's the eastbound sixty you want to watch out for that stay with us for just a few minutes and Daphne Brogdon will run it down trying to find a way around it for you. So I've forty-three imagining a better Bank starts with looking at the savings rates. Most banks offer and saying really Capital One is building something.
"archbishop desmond tutu" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Seventy newsroom more car pros coming up. But first let's get you, caught up on the top stories, at nine thirty and elderly woman has been found dead inside an apartment that went, up in flames in silver lake an apartment that officials say showed signs of pack rat conditions but. It's not. Clear yet if she died from the fire or for other reasons her body was, found soon after those flames on west, riverside drive were knocked out about eight o'clock last. Night the apartment did have a fire alarm which was actually going off when firefighters. Arrived but it didn't have any. Automatic, sprinklers no word yet, on the cause of that fire there's a. New development in the search for a missing LA county fire. Captain Wayne Stewart has been missing since Monday however LA county sheriff's. Deputy Tina Schrader says that was a discovery today vehicle was reported tests as being found at approximately four. Pm it was found? In? Santa Barbara county in. The city of montecito. However Schrader says it's not clear why Hagel assigned. To a station and Newhall would be in Santa Barbara The best of our knowledge we weren't aware the family. Was not. Aware that he was going to Santa Barbara that's information that we don't have as, to what is in Santa Barbara that, he would be going out there for people has. Been missing since he left his home on Monday at seven thirty AM Marcos Thomas. Canucks ten seventy NewsRadio a new. Mother, said she is devastated, after ice agents detained her husband and San. Bernardino while he was driving her to the hospital to give. Birth to their son Maria del Carmen Vanegas tells CBS Chris Hallstrom. She, was panicked, when is agents in two SUV's surrounded the couple's car and put her husband in handcuffs She says her husband has no criminal history and that police have never stopped him he's never had a ticket the naggus was forced to drive herself to the hospital shortly after she gave. Birth to her baby boy ice says the man is in custody pending removal proceedings a federal. Judge has refused, to throw out lawsuits. By the state of California, against the Trump. Administration's plan to add a citizenship question to the next US census. The Justice department had tried to get the suits dismissed but without ruling on the merits of the cases the San Francisco judge said California does have the right to challenge the plan change in census forms nearly two dozen other states. Are also suing to try to prevent. The citizens question from, being asked and tributes are pouring in for former n. Secretary General Kofi Annan after his death at the. Age of eighty. Following a short illness then. Was from the. West African nation of Ghana and South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu says unrepresented the African cotton And. The rest of the world with enormous graciousness integrity and distinction on and became the. UN's top official in nineteen. Ninety seven and served until the end of two thousand. Six and he and the entire UN. Organization shared the Nobel, peace prize in two thousand one for their. Efforts to create a more peaceful world coming up in just a couple of minutes traffic and weather together at nine.
"archbishop desmond tutu" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"On yesterday's session in a. Revelation, that stunned the courtroom judge t s Ellison. He has received threats while he's. Presided over the case. And then he's now being protected by US marshals when news organizations asked Ellis to, make jurors names part of the public record he declined saying he feared they would face threats to metaphor his facing eighteen counts involving a wide range of financial. Activities with some of the charges carrying maximum potential sentences of up to life in prison I'll tributes are pouring in for former u. n. Secretary General Kofi Annan after his death. At the age of. Eighty following a short illness an-and was from the. West African nation of Ghana and South African. Archbishop Desmond Tutu says unrepresented represented the African continent and. The rest of the world with enormous graciousness integrity and distinction. On it became the UN's top official in one thousand nine. Hundred seventy served until the end of two thousand six and he and the entire UN organization shared the Nobel peace prize in two thousand one for their efforts, to create a more. Peaceful world British officials are looking into an allegation that. A cadet was waterboarded by two fellow students. At. A two hundred year old military school near London the son reports the commander, of the Sandhurst military academy says he has ordered an investigation by the Royal Military police he vowed stern consequences if it the allegation was found to be true the British government considers waterboarding to be torture Millions of Americans, and their doctors rely on medical records to make an accurate diagnosis of medical issues eighty percent of those records are now online Alex Ferrer the host of the TV programme whistle blower says a software glitch puts the lives of patients. In jeopardy the, software has glitches and it'll bring up your name but my health information so Dr looking at you might not know let's say you're diabetic because I'm not and it's my health information that's there which could be very serious depending on what the doctor prescribes for you VERA says doctor may order the the necessary medical test for a patient but the. Glitch can remove it from the record this story and others will be featured tonight on whistleblower that's on CBS and it happens at nine o'clock, we've got traffic, to report on it just about three minutes right now it's five forty two and now a page. From the diary of. Flo dear diary the ghost is back this house. Is protected through progressive but that doesn't mean Haunted how else would you explain that radiator like clanking sound or the moon colored light in the. Hallway that's gone by morning maybe he never, bundled home and auto and he's doomed to suffer an eternity without the savings save an average of seventeen percents.
"archbishop desmond tutu" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The followed a movement. Emerged in the Puerto Rican community asking for a presidential pardon. For the FAA and members in prison the movement argued. That they were not terrorists but in fact political prisoners here's their lawyer chancellor they were sentenced. Not, because of what they did. That because of who they were politically seditious conspiracy is really a thought crime it's, agreeing to be part of challenging the United States government. But opponents say that the thought crime. Argument is misleading they point out that the conspiracy conviction was connected to Twenty-eight actual bombings in the Chicago area nevertheless the push for their freedom it worked But first. President Clinton issued his clemency order nineteen ninety nine President Bill Clinton offered to commute the sentences. Of, fourteen prisoners here's one of. The prisoners Meet the press shortly after his release of what, was going on you call yourself a freedom fighter. Will you continue to use any means. Necessary to bring about and your, mind the decolonization Puerto Rico I definitely will not be using any violence whatsoever commutations were offered to all the to. Oscar was also offered a. Commutation but he refused one of the reasons. He gave is that he wouldn't leave unless all of his comrades were freed. I never left anyone behind I don't care if you get down whatever he was never told. By defenders were left out Not these, last two were eventually released in. Two thousand nine and two thousand ten Oscar remained in prison but his supporters never gave up In two, thousand sixteen, activists, started ramping up, there camping in earnest to ask. President Obama, to release Oscar de put together a heavyweight roster of supporters Bernie Sanders Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Stars like Ricky Martin and, Ruben blades last year we visited Chicago to get a sense of. Why people were so passionate about his case and while we were there I stopped.
"archbishop desmond tutu" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"W w j newsradio nine fifty and that accuweather forecast from accuweather meteorologist dean devore from the family heating cooling and electrical weather center could see another shower thunderstorm or two in some places here as we go through the rest of the morning the front should move through the afternoon and then variably cloudy is we get up into the mid seventies maybe some sunny peaks the softer noon and then skies should clear out tonight we'll cool off too comfortable upper forties fifties mostly sunny tomorrow warming up to a pleasant seventy eight in the afternoon and then upper seventies to near eighty with some sunshine on thursday more clouds mixing in friday high about seventy four and then mainly cloudy seventy four saturday with some showers not too far to the south and east of detroit on saturday i'm accuweather meteorologist dean devore's w w j newsradio nine fifty and once again we're looking at cloudy skies at sixty two in bloomfield sixty three in roseville at detroit metro airport it's cloudy sixty seven degrees on newsradio nine fifty w w good morning i'm jacky page and these are the top stories we're following at ten fifty one crews have stopped digging up in an area and mccomb county where police have said that they hoped to find the remains of up to seven missing girls warren mayor james fouts spoke just moments ago with ww trades ron doing we have an obligation to the family of kim king to try to come to some resolution on the other hand we have an obligation to the picture when it comes to the manpower resources and financial resources city fouled says that they're now deciding whether or not to excavate three other locations where they believe the suspect arthur rim may have taken the girls who disappeared decades ago south african nobel peace prize winner archbishop desmond tutu has condemned the killing of palestinians by israel troops as a massacre the eighty six year old retired anglican archbishop issued a statement from his cape town home today about the killing of palestinian protesters cbs news we'll have more coming up at the top of the hour wwe news time is now ten fifty two how old should you be if you want to become an entrepreneur i'm marie feldman with the feldman report on w w j newsradio nine fifty we often read about young entrepreneurs who strike it rich in their twenties but the fact is more than half of all businesses with.
"archbishop desmond tutu" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Hello i'm julie candler with the bbc news south africa's president cyril ramaphosa has led tributes to the prominent antiapartheid campaigner winnie mandela he's died at the age of eightyone he spoke to a large crowd gathered outside mrs mandela's home in soweto raelians us grew up watching how she was conducting herself as she resistance the worst terrible from there milton nkosi reports from outside the house not just famous married to nelson mandela she was an anti apartheid activists in her own right she fought for women's rights she's one of the best black social workers and qualified here in south africa so you can tell just story that banning desire from deep within to help without them there's always been politics all source of reputation was irreparably damaged when she endorsed the killing of alleged informers the nobel peace prize winner archbishop desmond tutu said he was inspired by winnie mandela's courageous defiance the chairman of the governing anc grady montage said mrs mandela had shown her people what was right her family described her as an icon of the struggle against white rule there have been significant falls on us stock markets partly fuelled by fears of a trade war with china at one point the dow jones index was down by more than three percent but it later recovered and ended just under two percent lower the white house has responded to china's new tariffs on american goods saying beijing should not target what it calls fairly traded us exports is how economics correspondent andrew walker concerns about international trade tensions in how exporting companies might be affected by new barriers to commerce have contributed to the falls in us share prices but there are also worries about the technology sector president trump once again attacked the online retailer amazon over its tax payments and its impact on high street stores tesla the electric car maker also fell sharply.
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"The german record label desmond decker in the ecb's did pour me israelites from freedom sounds a celebration of jamaica music on trojan i want to thank the listener called in and reminded me about that song mavis staples did we're going gonna make it from you're not alone hus now what she did with the help of jeff tweedy any anti record label nina simone did why the king of love is dead on a real tearjerker tune about martin luther king from protest anthology a has an album she put out after she her husband put out after she passed away based on tapes for quarter of live kyle events and colleges and we started off that hour with kill scott hair enduring gun from reflections on a wrist uh to the bbc news coming up in ten seconds i'll be back next week with more music from all around the world see them hello i'm debbie russ with the bbc news president trump has said that making school safer will be his administration's top priority on wednesday seventeen people were shot dead at a highschool in florida at least fourteen others were wounded from washington david willis reports president trump said that the entire nation was praying for the victims of yesterday's attack on their families and he said no child or teacher should ever be in danger ranil american school and that his administration would work to improve school safety and address mental illness there was no mention of tougher guncontrol laws in response to the tragedy mr trump received the early endorsement of the national rifle association when he ran for office and has vowed he wouldn't infringe on the right to bear arms the newly elected president of south africa cyril ramaphosa has been sworn in shortly after his unopposed election in the south african parliament mr rama pozza said fighting corruption would be one of his priorities he replaces jacob zuma who face numerous corruption allegations and resigned on wednesday police in south africa have issued an arrest warrant for a member of a powerful family accused of corrupt links to the ousted president jacob zuma the detention order was issued for aj gupta after the chief prosecutor declared he was a fugitive from justice mrs uma and the three group two brothers deny any wrongdoing archbishop desmond tutu has become.
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"Apartheid eric cases being reto reopened peter graenitz reports from pretoria team won't plunged from the window of room ten twenty six at what was then jumped foster square police station in central johannesburg on october 27th 1971 in inquest in nineteen 72 determined team won't jumped that he committed suicide to escape his imprisonment that as the judge wrote there was no one to blame truly we cannot just accept the at findings it will late surely we can't just ignore and forget oh a loved ones imtiaz codgy is team alls nephew he says his family has pushed the government for years to reopen the original inquest because they never believed team all committed suicide codgy says he wants his uncle to be remembered as a martyr in the family is not out for vengeance against the police if you ask me ten fifteen years ago yes already in the first sip prosecute them because we hit than ford they've done but is the eu's move on and we begin to understand a short stay with us and we understand the broader picture we did appreciate the fact that look we need to lifting go amid team all was a twenty nine year old school teacher when he was arrested at a police roadblock in china's burke huge working underground recruiting for the african national congress which was banned by the government for fighting apartheid eight t mother how it testified in 1990 six at the truth and reconciliation commission the trc gave victims and their families the chance to confront those who committed abuses during the apartheid era perpetrators could apply for amnesty none of the police who interrogated team all attended and none asked for amnesty through an interpreter how a team all told a trc panel chaired by archbishop desmond tutu that a party police tortured her son that his fingernails were ripped down before he died it looked at it would look and i think what we didn't want it little little also him in oakland though who you while the blade of my son did you do it's unclear whether the current inquest will answer her questions it's not a trial it's a government factfinding exercise and it's the first time in democratic south africa that the government has reopened an inquest into a party police crimes george visas us has for decades represented.
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"Was struck with five of the rounds including two which pierced his heart casteel death was live streamed on facebook by his girlfriend diamond reynolds in an extraordinary video and which she narrated the aftermath of the shooting while she was still in the car with officer janja is pointing a gun at her and her fouryearold daughter in north miami florida the family of are now the rio so highly autistic man who was shot at by police has filed suit in federal court claiming officers endangered is life interrogated him without a caretaker press and handcuffed him for hours after shooting is behavioral therapist and the leg video of the incident shows charles kinsey and on armed african american therapist lying on his back when he was shocked by north miami police who were aiming at rio's at the time of the shooting kinsey was helping to comrie us who wandered away from his group home in the video kinsey is seen lying on his back with his hands in the air telling police all he has this a toy truck a toy truck and the block lives matter movement has won the two thousand seventeen sydney peace foundation prize the awards sites leaders patrisse cullors garcia and opel to medi who began organizing under the hashtag black lives matter campaign in two thousand thirteen when white neighborhood watch vigilante george zimmerman was acquitted in florida of murdering unarmed african american teenager trayvon martin past winners of the sydney peace foundation prize include former irish president mary robinson south africa's archbishop desmond tutu and renowned activist known chomsky and those are some of the headlines this is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report i mean he could man follows woke glow of our listeners and views around the country and around the world today was spurned the hour with firm independence activists oscar lopez who was imprisoned for more than thirty five years much of the time in solitary confinement before president obama commuted his sentence in january of may seven t tooth uh thousands seven you less than a month ago lopez was released today he joins those in our new york studio will score a little busy i was born in some of us would go and moved with his family.