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"black organization" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"black organization" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Officials in Philadelphia say the remains of victims from the 1985 move bombing were never actually destroyed. Marry. Jim Kenney said in a statement that the remains of victims start to have been cremated in 2017 perjured request of Health Commissioner Thomas Farley were located at the medical examiner's office. Carly lost this job behind his directive. 11 people, including five Children, were killed when police bomb the headquarters of the Black Organization 36 years ago, causing a fire that spread to more than 60 row homes. President Biden revoking a number of executive actions taken by former president Trump that took place during the last year of the Trump administration. The orders were mostly in response to protest over systemic racism and police violence. Include establishing a national garden of American heroes and orders to protect monuments and statues when protesters were targeting Confederate symbols. Last year, those demonstrations intersected with the summer protest against the police murder of George Floyd. Biden also revoked 2019 Trump Proclamation that purported to prevent immigrants quote who will financially burned the United States health care system from entering the country. Robo Canine Reporting for duty I news is Nikki waylay reports on the new crime fighter. Hawaiian authorities have a new covert 19 robot dog. You're in a demo. Yesterday's bought the Honolulu Police Department's new robotic canine was put through its paces once cleared for duty spot, will use its scanning technology to determine whether a suspect is covert 19 positive. Police officials say that apartment bought spot last year with $150,000 and federal cares Act funding for I news. I'm Nikki wailing at South Carolina woman hoarding gasoline caught on fire after her vehicle crashed and burst into flames. This one comes out of Pickens County, where the sheriff's offices that deputies tried to stop a vehicle with the stolen plate. They driver then tried to speed away but lost control of the vehicle. The driver was on fire when she got out of it with I news. I'm Kenneth Burns. This report is brought to you by Facebook Messenger in March, 2020 remote and blended learning models started for millions of students, which in turn has required educators to use technology,.

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"black organization" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"black organization" Discussed on AP News

"Part by Power plants. I'm to McGuire AP News Texas Lawmakers have passed a strict abortion law that would ban the procedure as early as six weeks into a pregnancy, which is often before women even know they're pregnant. Texas governor Greg Abbott is expected to sign the Texas Heartbeat Act into law. It would ban abortions after the first detection of an embryonic heartbeat and electric signal flutter can be detected in about six weeks. Development in an embryo, although it doesn't really have a heart, and it isn't even yet a fetus. What's also unique about this bill is that it allows anyone to sue a doctor or a person who helped a woman get an abortion. The right to life group says it doesn't punish women. But critics say it will allow abortion opponents to flood the courts with lawsuits harassing doctors, patients, friends and even a parent who paid for a procedure. Supporters of these heartbeat bills passed in about a dozen states are hoping legal challenges will bring the abortion issue back to the U. S. Supreme Court. I'm Jackie Quinn. I Mike Rossi, a reporting the top Philadelphia health official is forced to resign. Dr. Thomas Farley, The Philadelphia health commissioner, was forced to resign Thursday after Mayor Jim Kenney said he learned Farley had human remains from the 1985 bombing of move headquarters, cremated and disposed of without notifying family members. In a statement, Mayor Kenny said Farley's decision in 2017 was his alone. In a statement, Farley said he made the decision not wanting to cause more anguish for the families of the victims. 1985 Philadelphia police were trying to evict the Black Organization move from its headquarters and bombed it. The fire spread to more than 60 row homes and 11 people died, including five Children. I might cross you new guidance. I'm Tim McGuire within 18 newsman. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says People who are fully vaccinated can do without the mask is gonna continuing downward trajectory of cases. A scientific data on the performance of our vaccines and our understanding of how the virus spreads. That moment has come for those four holy vaccinated CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky. The new guidance allows those who have gotten their shots to stop wearing masks outdoors in crowds and inside and most situations. Volesky says. However, there are other situations that need to be addressed. We have, you know, work ahead of us in terms of updating our guidance with regard to all other settings as you note schools and camps while traveling. We still have the requirement to wear masks when you travel on Busses trains on by other forms of public transportation on Gui air, as well as airports and stations. For those who haven't gotten the shots where the mass can get vaccinated. I'm Tim acquire AP News.

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Philly health official forced to resign over MOVE cremations

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Philly health official forced to resign over MOVE cremations

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the top Philadelphia health official is forced to resign Dr Thomas Farley the Philadelphia health commissioner was forced to resign Thursday after mayor Jim Kenney said he learned Farley had human remains from the nineteen eighty five bombing of move headquarters cremated and disposed of without notifying family members in a statement mayor Kenney said Farley's decision in twenty seventeen was his alone in a statement Farley said he made the decision not wanting to cause more anguish for the families of the victims in nineteen eighty five Philadelphia police were trying to evict the black organization moved from its headquarters and bombed it the fire spread to more than sixty row homes that eleven people died including five children hi Mike Rossio

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"black organization" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"black organization" Discussed on AP News

"Electricity generated for the most part by power plants. I'm Tim McGuire. AP News Texas Lawmakers have passed a strict abortion law that would ban the procedure as early as six weeks into a pregnancy, which is often before women even know they're pregnant. Texas governor Greg Abbott is expected to sign the Texas Heartbeat Act into law. It would ban abortions after the first detection of an embryonic heartbeat and electric signal flutter can be detected in about six weeks. Development in an embryo, although it doesn't really have a heart, and it isn't even yet a fetus. What's also unique about this bill is that it allows anyone to sue a doctor or a person who helped a woman get an abortion. The right to life group says it doesn't punish women. But critics say it will allow abortion opponents to flood the courts with lawsuits harassing doctors, patients, friends and even a parent who paid for a procedure. Supporters of these heartbeat bills passed in about a dozen states are hoping legal challenges will bring the abortion issue back to the U. S. Supreme Court. I'm Jackie Quinn. I Mike Rossi, a reporting the top Philadelphia health official is forced to resign. Dr. Thomas Farley, The Philadelphia health commissioner, was forced to resign Thursday after Mayor Jim Kenney said he learned Farley had human remains from the 1985 bombing of move headquarters, cremated and disposed of without notifying family members. In a statement, Mayor Kenny said Farley's decision in 2017 was his alone. In a statement, Farley said he made the decision not wanting to cause more anguish for the families of the victims. 1985 Philadelphia police were trying to evict the Black Organization move from its headquarters and bombed it. The fire spread to more than 60 row homes and 11. People died, including five Children. I might cross you. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio.

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"black organization" Discussed on Taking Care in Business

Taking Care in Business

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"black organization" Discussed on Taking Care in Business

"It is a corporate responsibility to look into your supplier diversity or supply chain. It is a corporate responsibility to look at your HR. So our goal is to break down silos and you'll have to bring all of those functions and areas in your business together to really make change, and then finally the community. That fourth pillar This is where we see a lot of action but we WANNA define being a good corporate citizen through leadership money and time which means we'll be looking at the non people of color serving as advisers. So what that means is although we will be looking at black people serving on boards. There's value in having white people serve as advisers to block organizations if there's a cfo an accountant or chief of marketing At a fortune five, hundred company or any organisation that could look back and go to the CFO counting or marketing person of a block organization help them do better in those block organizations there's power there. They can write checks, move mountains and open doors that we just can't do for ourselves. So we WANNA look at that as part of being part of the community will also be looking at the money and the our spent volunteering with black organizations, and we'll also be looking at the number of black led initiatives, support it, which means black people raise their hands or have an agenda that these corporations if they have lobbyists or if they have A. Opportunity to be leaders. In this space, we want them to go to the board rooms, go to the State House and support black organizations with these black let initiative..

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"black organization" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

09:42 min | 1 year ago

"black organization" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Happened and I ran into her today and had you know you ran into her? And asked how was that I said, what certainly made all the news and that I mentioned the Trans Exclusionary radical feminist. Now, if label that Trans Gender critics are bestowing upon the the women who are organizing fessel, who who are arguing that there's a difference between somebody who was born female as opposed to assign the wrong gender at birth they say woman born women they say that they have a unique experience because they're women who were born and identified women and that's kind of. The reason why they deserve their own space and she told me that. She knew African organization or there's American African American or Black Organization here, and the Haitians were part of that organization. But they were like, well, we have a different identity. So we need to kind of go over here was her analogy is what she was trying to say to it and you know I brought up the thing. Well, you do have that unique experience of being born in but your experiences completely different from you know a poor immigrant woman or somebody else. So there's there's so many different shades of being a woman. You know they all have different experiences and yes, there is a transgender experience. But all these other experiences. So like why boil it down to the genitals? Well, you know how? You don't want ever want to limit or define anybody by their bodies because you know ultimately, you know we are spirits in the cosmos. And to reduce somebody into their. Junk in their pants is oppressive whether you're male female sus. Gender. transgender. Whatever. That said you know. It's Kinda like. So they give them a bunch of SMELLY, women who Drum. Do you really want to go to this? She said like five thousand people came and they have over like five hundred workers there and was the fortieth anniversary of the fast. But you know at this kind of the, I think they're having a real hard time getting talent that wants to come and perform. So they might only have one like one stage. It's high drama Oh yeah it's high drama and the endo go girls. Who you guys remember for closer to find the hit that they had in the nineties There were sort of leading the charge on on divesting look and because they were from of anarchy said they'd performed so that we're GONNA perform but we're gonNA use this as a platform to bring attention to this but we will not be performing here again until you live this kind of Van. So instead of singing closer on to fan. Yeah, they're like boycott Michigan Women's fast. Yeah. We talked about like how different organizations in different people who've been criticizing she was questioning why they're why? How HEC? Why are they all of a sudden taking you? An interest in it and I explained to her that there was also equality Michigan and they they just got like three million dollars from somebody somebody gave him some money and so for a pritzker well, no no. Somebody somebody. She's like, why are Wiser Organization of game and primarily why they all of a sudden issue in interested in trance stuff and so I mentioned her I said, well, it's probably because you know Jennifer Pritzker just came out and she's the world's richest transports than we know she's a billionaire and she's just like who's Jennifer pritzker now this person Jennifer purtzer highs a theater here. And she runs the largest performance venues in Chicago. Part of the Pritzker family and part of the has. A lot of. Kids. You know and so it's like, oh, so she's like, how did I not know that they had a queer member of the Pritzker family and I said to her well it's because you're a trans exclusionary radical feminist and she goes. What that pisses me off are you are you are you joking and I was just like I'm just joking but I wasn't really joking I was taunting her really you know she's like a sister. Or friendly. We can disagree about this but I have a lot of respect for. Just Kinda, like I don't know, and then we had a whole talk about like What does that mean to be Trans Exclusionary and if you don't mind salt who's an insult because? They know deep inside the wrong. Is that what it is a part of it is because if if you're you know listen if you feel very strongly, they says Trans women shouldn't come to your music festival because you feel that this is the right thing to do. Then what do you care? What other people have to say about it? What do you care? So if someone calls you a trans exclusionary radical feminists and that's what you are. What's the big deal. Now if you deeply inside understand that by being a trans exclusionary radical feminists that somehow you're oppressive to women. That might be part of the reason they take offense to that otherwise why be offended? Think about that. So we'll see how. Room. Yeah. I loved I loved talking Hedwig with perfidious I know it was such. I wish when he was in town that we had spent more time with him I feel like we didn't get to hang out with him enough and you mentioned you just I always say one of those videos a week I'm like that would have been so amazing if we could have done that Oh yeah, and you know I think. Like for me like cooking with drag Queens, it's kind of laying down the infrastructure of equipment and staff and video people. So we can do more content like this you know, but it's like. I'm like, I'm having to put in. I mean we raised fifteen, fifteen thousand. And I'm going to have to day took a almost three thousand dollars into their own pockets. kickstarter just for doing. Three was three thousand. You know I'm telling. Paid. The bills. And so I'm stamina. At least five grand of my own money just to get the series done because it's It's quite a bit of an investment just to get the editing and the equipment and and space on the computer. So any kind of financial support if you would love to. Protect and. Promote this project we would appreciate it. You can go to to fund dot com slash donate, and make a contribution to cooking with drag queens and we sold for the spring of two thousand fifteen and we updated our kitchen a little bit. So you'll see a new look in the video we put up some tile after all these years we've been living here eleven years now eleven years girl like a hair raising. Tile. Store here in Chicago and had a great selection. But you know we found an ice tile at home depot and it was you know relatively cheap. Yeah and then we used to a great APP. What was he Just add friend or something like that. It was a friend recommended recommended and we found these two guys that came in and they they put it in for a really really low priced. It was like you know it was almost like I was. So I was like what's going on like I'm waiting for them to come back robust but they said they were nice guy so like and they were they did it for a cheeseburger and fries yeah basically. was, it was ridiculously low expecting like some. You know emigrant illegal alien to to do it just because it was like it was so low. Where they're from to. American I didn't check the papers. It's called friend trusted great APP to find a contractor and you take pictures of your job that you need. You describe it, and then you get like a dozen contractors bidding on it and you get find really good people for really cheap price, which is amazing. So it's like Uber for home contract and remodeling. So an uber a check check what you're signing up for on. Uber because I have a friend in. A guest of the show last week Kim she took a cab ride and her cab ride was supposed to be like twenty six dollars or something and it ended up being like two hundred and sixty four because I, think they they said like the Uber driver screwed up you know and if you sign off on it, it's crazy. Did she sign off on what she didn't know my shooting check she should've checked. Well how do you? How do you? Test, yeah I know I was just like contested girl must be something can always get an estimate and I'm car. Oh Okay. We'll see you guys later this week we've got some fantastic shows coming up. We're talking to the gay pimp Jonny McGovern tomorrow, and then we're also talking to Alexandra billings. You might know Alexander billings from a podcast. We do it a few years ago at the center on Halstead where we talked about trans issues do remember the name of that. Was Let me see I forget what it was, but she recently is in the TV show that's on Amazon prime that everybody is talking about. Transparent yes. transparent. She is the sidekick to the main character who's just recently transitioned if you want to hear the live podcasts that we did with Alexandra billings. Trans Body politics. Was the name of the show and you can listen to it on our site. That's one of my favorite shows that we've ever done. So she's a fantastic gasped she's the one actually coined the we call well used to call it the tranny mantra. Trans. Mantra. Or we.

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"black organization" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

09:42 min | 1 year ago

"black organization" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Happened and I ran into her today and had you know you ran into her? and. Asked, how was that I said, what certainly made all the news and that I mentioned the Trans Exclusionary radical feminist. Now, if label that Trans Gender critics are bestowing upon the the women who are organizing fessel, who who are arguing that there's a difference between somebody who was born female as opposed to assign the wrong gender at birth they say woman born women they say that they have a unique experience because they're women who were born and identified women and that's kind of. The reason why they deserve their own space and she told me that. She knew African organization or there's American African American. Or Black Organization here and the Haitians were part of that organization but they were like, well, we have a different identity. So we need to kind of go over here was her analogy is what she was trying to say to it and you know I brought up the thing. Well, you do have that unique experience of being born in but your experiences completely different from you know a poor immigrant woman or somebody else. So there's there's so many different shades of being a woman. You know they all have different experiences and yes, there is a transgender experience. But all these other experiences. So like why boil it down to the genitals? Well, you know how? You don't want ever want to limit or define anybody by their bodies new. You know ultimately, you know we are spirits in the cosmos. And to reduce somebody into their. Junk in their pants is oppressive whether you're male female SUS gender. transgender whatever. That said you know. It's Kinda like. So they give them a bunch of smelly women who? Drum do you really want to go to this? She said like five thousand people came and they have over like five hundred workers there and was the fortieth anniversary of the fast. But you know at this kind of the I think they're having a real hard time getting talent that wants to come and perform. So they might only have one like one stage. It's high drama Oh yeah. It's high drama and the endo go girls. Who you guys remember for closer to find the hit that they had in the nineties There were sort of leading the charge on on divesting look and because they were from of anarchy said they'd performed so that we're GONNA perform but we're gonNA use this as a platform to bring attention to this but we will not be performing here again until you live this kind of Van. So instead of singing closer on to fan. Yeah. They're like boycott Michigan. Women's fast. Yeah. We talked about like how different organizations in different people who've been criticizing she was questioning why they're why? How HEC you know why are they all of a sudden taking you? An interest in it and I explained to her that there was also equality Michigan and they they just got like three million dollars from somebody. Somebody gave him some money and so for a pritzker well, no no. Somebody, somebody? She's like, why are Wiser Organization of game and primarily why they all of a sudden issue in interested in trance stuff and so I mentioned her I said well, it's probably because you know Jennifer Pritzker just came out and she's the world's richest transports than we know she's a billionaire and she's just like who's Jennifer pritzker now this person Jennifer. Hudson Theater here. And she runs the largest performance venues in Chicago. Part of the Pritzker family and part of the has. A lot of kids. You know and so it's like, oh, so she's like, how did I not know that they had a queer member of the Pritzker family and I said to her well it's because you're a trans exclusionary radical feminists. She goes. What that pisses me off are you are you are you joking and I was just like I'm just joking but I wasn't really joking I was taunting her really you know she's like a sister. Or friendly. We can disagree about this, but I have a lot of respect for. Just. Kinda like I don't know, and then we had a whole talk about like What does that mean to be Trans Exclusionary and if you don't mind salt who's an insult because? They know deep inside the wrong. Is that what it is a part of it is because if if you're you know listen if you feel very strongly, they says, Trans women shouldn't come to your music festival because you feel that this is the right thing to do. Then what do you care? What other people have to say about it? What do you care? So if someone calls you a trans exclusionary radical feminists and that's what you are. What's the big deal. Now, if you deeply inside understand that by being a trans exclusionary radical feminists that somehow you're oppressive to women. That might be part of the reason they take offense to that otherwise why be offended? Think about that. So, we'll see how. Room. Yeah I loved I loved talking Hedwig with perfidious. I know it was such I wish when he was in town that we had spent more time with him. I feel like we didn't get to hang out with him enough and you mentioned you just I always say one of those videos a week I'm like that would have been so amazing if we could have done that Oh. Yeah, and you know I think. Like. For me like cooking with drag Queens is kind of laying down the infrastructure of equipment and staff and video people. So we can do more content like this you know, but it's like. I'm like I'm having to put in I mean we raised Fifteen fifteen thousand. and. I'm going to have to day took a almost three thousand dollars into their own pockets. kickstarter just for doing. Three was three thousand. You know I'm telling. Paid the bills. And so I'm stamina. At least five grand of my own money just to get the series done because it's It's quite a bit of an investment just to get the editing and the equipment and and space on the computer. So any kind of financial support if you would love to. Protect and. Promote this project, we would appreciate it. You can go to to fund dot com slash donate, and make a contribution to cooking with drag queens and we sold for the spring of two thousand fifteen and we updated our kitchen a little bit. So you'll see a new look in the video we put up some tile, all these years we've been living here eleven years now eleven years girl like a hair raising. Tile store here in Chicago and had a great selection. But you know we found an ice tile at home depot and it was you know relatively cheap. Yeah and then we used to a great APP. What was he Just add friend or something like that it was a friend recommended recommended and we found these two guys that came in and they they put it in for a really really low priced. It was like you know it was almost like I was. So I was like what's going on like I'm waiting for them to come back robust but they said they were nice guy so like and they were they did it for a cheeseburger and fries yeah, basically. was. It was ridiculously low expecting like some. You know emigrant illegal alien to to do it just because it was like it was so low. You don't know where they're from that's to. American I didn't check the papers. It's called friend trusted great APP to find a contractor and you take pictures of your job that you need. You describe it, and then you get like a dozen contractors bidding on it and you get find. People for really cheap price, which is amazing. So it's like Uber for home contract and remodeling. So an uber a check check what you're signing up for on. Uber because I have a friend in. The show last week. Kim. She took a cab ride and her cab ride was supposed to be like twenty six dollars or something and it ended up being like two hundred and sixty four because I think they. They said like the Uber driver screwed up you know and if you sign off on it, it's crazy. Did she sign off on what she didn't know my shooting check she should've checked. Well, how do you? How do you? Test Yeah I know I was just like contested girl must be something can always get an estimate and I'm car. Oh Okay. We'll see you guys later this week we've got some fantastic shows coming up. We're talking to the gay pimp Jonny McGovern tomorrow, and then we're also talking to Alexandra billings. You might know Alexander billings from a podcast. We do it a few years ago at the center on Halstead where we talked about trans issues do remember the name of that. Was Let me see I. Forget what it was but she most recently is in the TV show that's on Amazon prime that everybody is talking about. Transparent. Yes. transparent. She is the sidekick to the main character who's just recently transitioned if you want to hear the live podcasts that we did with Alexandra billings. Trans Body politics. Was the name of the show and you can listen to it on our site. That's one of my favorite shows that we've ever done. So she's a fantastic gasped she's the one actually coined the we call well used to call it the tranny mantra. Trans Mantra. Or we.

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"black organization" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"black organization" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"And editing this to a twenty minute episode. And you know I don't want to give too much away. But it's going to be delicious. Let's say instead of you got shemale say you got Shirota I just came up with that one. That is such a good. We have a an email from gender non conforming listener. In the UK that I want to read do WanNa reading. What's her name? It's Hazel. Do the first paragraph we it's Kinda Long. So maybe we can ping pong. Hazel. Hazel. Hazel may be hey. Hey Mark and foul I just subscribed for another year and thought it was the perfect opportunity to write an email to say thank you so much for producing your podcast. I've listened to you religiously for at least six years and as much as I-. swither D- oversubscribing. When you went to the subscription model I jumped in and it has been a roller coaster of a ride I listen to you guys and work luckily, I can wear headphones in your. Brand of informal chat rude stories, interviews, and music guests means that you are the only show I always listen to be at TV radio or podcasts never underestimate the influence you have on young or old LGBT people. I'm not that young anymore. Oh, how I wish I was, but you always have a positive message tempered with being careful but also being true to yourself you approach has even affected me trust me that takes skill. This is where I go. Into a little bit of a story about myself. This may not be the most exciting thing you read but here's the point. There's a point to this story here. So stay with US listeners I was married for a number of years and thankfully divorced. Now, after the split I started exploring more of what I've always known that I was a lot more female on the inside than male. Now, I know that I lacked conviction or intent to work towards. The full change perhaps in the future, but it's not for me right now from before the split happened I had been listening to your podcast and your message of who you are as good enough had become so ingrained that the process of rebuilding my life, my social circle and friends, I felt confident enough to introduce myself and when the people got to know me as well enough I could say I'm a transvestite. It is a part of WHO I am. Now all my new found friends also knew that I, was figuring all this out while rebuilding my life. So they encouraged me to be who I was the little things here and there, but never pressuring me. Over time I became more confident with listening to your shows and realizing this is absolutely normal. I know that it might sound blessed. Say. But when you're suppose you've been suppressing things for so long there's no shortcut and changing who you are. I. Finally, went out a few weeks ago with friends and straight guys telling me that I was hot. Hitting on me much to my amusement and sugar and their. Chagrin when they found out, I was male underneath that all thankfully, they took it in good humor after all I was just out with the girls for a dance but I'm getting there and soon we'll be on the lookout for boyfriend. So Watch out. Scotland. Point of this is thank you for being and hopefully continue to be a positive influence on my life and helping me in my journey wherever it leads me I'm not religious but I am blessed with the people I have around me and without truly knowing you, I, feel like I could and should how'd you both? I. Love Getting. Hugs from listeners. I'm always available for hugs you just have to. Wonder how you can even cop feel. Your boat. But. Yeah. So Hazel got to tell you laze Hazel. I'll tell all my gender non conforming friends. That you know life is short fearlessly be who you Wanna be but remember who you are as good enough, and so you got all the tools to be a happy self fulfilled person right now. And letters like that. Make me feel like a happy self afield person to hearing that we have a positive influences is fantastic and it's nice to see people. Taking change in their life and pursuing what it is that they want to pursue I wish you know I hope all of our listeners everybody I know can do this because it's the key to happiness Hazel because I've got to tell you from from sitting on this side of the microphone I also to field discombobulated and out of sorts sometimes, and to me I questioned whether we should do this podcast because it is a responsibility to to speak to so many lgbt folks and straight people out there. Every day, and so it does kind of make me and worry that I'm not making the world a worse place because of my vanity and ego. When when somebody like. A very supportive kind letter and and backs it up with her wallet It's really You know astounding and and really puts us in a very happy and solemn place like you know holy. Shit. This you know this is something this is a big deal. Absolutely is you know and it's easy to dismiss it because it is a such subtle part of your life. Should we talk about how to PISS OFF TURF? So? We know we just as easy as you think it would be to piss off a turf. We we're involved in a lot of scenes and we like to know everybody all the players involved because to me. The greatest drama is the struggle for lgbt equality. And so we'd like to know all the players involved personality. And what one of the people that we know really well, besides one of the vocal critics against the Michigan Women's music festival that currently. Does not allow openly transgender women to participate they is one of the publicists and I guess she's kind of in the upper echelons of organizations she supports organization and. Publicize that think gets people from the Chicago area and other places to come and I've performed in her sh like the irony is that some of the other shows that she does here in Chicago are actually very transient inclusionary. And Joe and gender non conforming inclusionary but I've personally performed them but I will tell you now I will never perform the Michigan Women's Music Fan will never perform there either. Ever now that I was invited. Just happened with timber right is when it happened and I ran into her today and had you know you ran into her? And asked how was that? I said, what certainly made all the news and that I mentioned the Trans Exclusionary radical feminists. At Trans Gender critics are bestowing upon the the women who are organizing fessel, who who are arguing that there's a difference between somebody who was born female as opposed to assign the wrong gender at birth. They say woman born women they say that they have a unique experience because they're women who were born and identified women and that's kind of. The reason why they deserve their own space and she told me that. She knew African organization or there's American African American or Black Organization here, and the Haitians were part of that organization but they were like, well, we have a different identity. So we need to kind of go over here was her analogy is what she was trying to say to it and you know I brought up the thing. Well, you do have that unique experience of being born in but your experiences completely different from you know a poor immigrant woman or somebody else. So there's there's so many different shades of being a woman. You know they all have different experiences and yes, there is a transgender experience. But all these other experiences.

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Activists demanding justice for Breonna Taylor protested on Kentucky Derby Day

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03:01 min | 1 year ago

Activists demanding justice for Breonna Taylor protested on Kentucky Derby Day

"The first Saturday in May. But this is Kentucky Derby Day after the postponing of the race is just one reason the 146 Derby is one for the history books As W. F B L Stephanie Wolf explains. Security often referred to as the two most exciting minutes in sports. The Kentucky Derby is also a marquee social event days. A fanfare Parties parade, a massive firework show. Ah, a lot of that is gone this year due to the global pandemic and even more notable None of 155,000 plus fans in the grandstands a revision Churchill Downs, the home of the Derby made recently. That's not all That's different this year. Louisville just marked 100 consecutive days of protest against racism and police violence and demonstrators plan to make Derby 101 days. Several groups held a press conference near Churchill Downs Friday. This's Ehren Jordan of No justice, No peace Louisville. We have several black organisations behind us, and we have full intent to black out their happened demands to cancel dirty something that's never been done before. Haven Harrington is CEO and host of main event sports radio. He's covered the Derby for years. He thinks it should be run. It's the city's signature event. But while the horse racing industry doesn't often weigh in on social justice issues, Harrington says, Now is not the time for silence in this town, you know, which is still waiting on bated breath for what's gonna happen with You know Briana Taylor and the officers involved can't just be big hats in pretty dresses. You have to say and do something to acknowledge the situation. Churchill Downs did issue a statement Thursday afternoon, acknowledging how black jockeys once dominated the race, but were then excluded and acknowledging the pain community members feel right now as they wait for the state attorney general and FBI to conclude their investigation into the police, killing a Briana Taylor. It's important to carry on, says Churchill Down CEO Bill Car Stange in here he is talking on CNBC support for hewing important are our traditions and culture in our community. Tell me how this will unify the community. The running of course, poet activist Hannah Drake lives near Churchill Downs. She's had a simmering frustration with the Derby for years. Even more. So, she says, as she faces arrest for obstructing the highway by protesting in the streets. But I for Darby, too inconvenient me and block off street, not let me pass that fine. Drake, who is black, recently wrote a letter to the CEO asking for some self reflection of the institutions, lack of black representation and a lack of in her opinion, compassion. This is the institution that can redeem itself and they need to start by asking himself. How can we be better neighbors? So this Adjacent community and to the very one way she thinks they could do better is by dumping a tradition, she says, is rooted in racism.

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"black organization" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"black organization" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Hello everyone and thanks for tuning once again to Captain Hunters podcast. I truly appreciate appreciate you guys tuning in subscribing sharing liking thumbs upping all that kind of stuff so keep a comment. Thank you so much trying to give you the listener. Good Education Haitian as to what goes on in the police world and trying to bridge that divide between the police and the communities that they serve. I WANNA give a Warning an alert at the beginning of this podcast as you can tell by the tidal. It's going to get a little controversial so I understand that. There's a controversy Percy behind this topic but listen we can't be afraid to delve into these waters and we want to analyze today. Do Black officers actually need need their own groups right. Why can't we all get along? Why can't we just be one? Why can't we just be the United States of America? Why do you guys keep wanting two separate yourselves? Why do you keep doing this? Why do you keep doing that? Should we get over it. Should we get past. Should we be post racial well. I WanNa talk today with my guest asked Damon K Jones. And we're going to have that. Discussion are these groups necessary of these black organizations necessary in. Why do we keep doing it and let let me sleep on the outset.

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"black organization" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"black organization" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"A way of life I told you when this program started it was going to be a struggle to get everything in a three hours to say any names but I'm just falls I'm just gonna keep plugging away at it we're gonna be hopscotch and all around I originally were going to play the trump sound bites here from his press gaggle I moving them aside for just a moment to share with you a bit of information here that I think fits right in it'll never be reported anywhere else in the media but this fits with everything that's happening today this is a little story from the daily caller and the headline trump given the bipartisan justice award by black organization for first step back okay on the server is big deal how does that make the cut rush well let me tell you once this once the comings memorial finishes all of the following Democrats are going to get on their climate change busting jets to fly to this event John Delaney Cory Booker mayor Pete Kamel I Harris Amy call bush are by Elizabeth Warren who early on Castro Tulsi Gabbard Bernie Sanders are all flying their private plans down to South Carolina to attend this event put on by a black organization that is all lord being their biggest and you won the war to Donald Trump all these democratic candidates are going to this conference to suck up the black vote suck up for the black vote but the organization is giving trump an award because he's so far ahead of all of them and criminal justice reform I hope they get down there in time to see trump actually get the award president trump would receive the twenty nineteen bipartisan justice award from a bipartisan organization of black leaders because of his work on criminal justice reform the award will be presented at the historically black college Benedict college Columbia South Carolina that's where trump met the media earlier today on the way to the helicopter to fly to the joint base Andrews to get on airforce one to go down to this event the event is the twenty twenty bipartisan justice center group founded by twenty black Republicans and twenty black Democrats in two thousand fifteen the bipartisan justice award is the highest honor given annually to a public servant who has demonstrated the ability to work across the Arial to achieve meaningful progress in reforming criminal justice trump's getting the award these democratic candidates are heading down there today to try to suck up to this group for their support twenty Republicans twenty Democrats it just so happens that we have some audio sound bites here from North Carolina a bordering St Martin Savidge CNN this isn't last night Erin Burt Burnett outfront they sent a reporter Martin Savidge a semi Monsta Farid down to south and North Carolina to try to find people what now by safari I mean you had to get a visa sending him to a foreign country CNN's sent a reporter to a foreign country North Carolina they wanted to find out what kind of impact chef and his impeachment proceedings are having on trump voters and they were shocked at what they found both Democrats and Republicans think trump should not be removed they thank the election should decide here's Martin Savidge CNN last night we've come to measure voter appetite for impeachment I think it's a waste of the taxpayers.

"black organization" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"black organization" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Bugs I'm just gonna keep plugging away at it we're gonna be hopscotch and all around I originally were going to play the drums sound bites here from his press gaggle I moving them aside for just a moment to share with you a bit of information here that I think fits right in it'll never be reported anywhere else in the media but this fits with everything that's happening today this is a little story from the daily caller and the headline trump given the bipartisan justice award by black organization for first step back okay on the server is big deal how does that make the cut rush well let me tell ya once this once the comings memorial finishes all of the following Democrats are going to get on their climate change busting jets the flight of this event John Delaney Cory Booker mayor Pete Kamel I Harris Amy call bush are Biden Elizabeth Warren who early on Castro Tulsi Gabbard Bernie Sanders are all flying their private plans down to South Carolina to attend this event put on by a black organization that is all lord being their biggest annual award to Donald Trump all these democratic candidates are going to this conference to suck up the black vote suck up for the black vote but the organization is giving trump an award because he's so far ahead of all of them and criminal justice reform I hope they get down there in time to see trump to actually get the award president trump would receive the twenty nineteen bipartisan justice award from a bipartisan organization of black leaders because of his work on criminal justice reform the award will be presented at the historically black college Benedict college Columbia South Carolina that's where trump met the media earlier today on the way to the helicopter to fly to the joint base Andrews to get on airforce one to go down to this event the event is the twenty twenty bipartisan justice center group founded by twenty black Republicans and twenty black Democrats in two thousand fifteen the bipartisan justice award is the highest honor given annually to a public servant who has demonstrated the ability to work across the Arial to achieve meaningful progress in reforming criminal justice trump's getting the award these democratic candidates are heading down there today to try to suck up to this group for their support twenty Republicans twenty Democrats it just so happens that we have some audio sound bites here from North Carolina a bordering St Martin Savidge CNN this isn't last night Erin Burt burn out out front they sent a reporter Martin Savidge they sent a monster Farid down the south and North Carolina to try to find people what now by safari I mean you had to get a visa sending him to a foreign country CNN sent a reporter to a foreign country North Carolina they wanted to find out what kind of impact chef and his impeachment proceedings are having on trump voters and they were shocked at what they found both Democrats and Republicans think trump should not be removed I thank the election sure and decide here's Martin Savidge CNN last night we've come to measure voter appetite for impeachment thank you so waste of the taxpayers money you don't really follow the whole impeachment thing no no don't really know much about it at all in this state that went for trump by less than four points Jim muzzle is angry at Congress for even considering impeachment I don't think.

"black organization" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"black organization" Discussed on WTVN

"Way of life I told you when this program started it was going to be a struggle to get everything in three hours to say any names but I'm just falls I'm just gonna keep plugging away at it we're gonna be hopscotch and all around I originally were going to play the drums sound bites here from his press gaggle I moving them aside for just a moment to share with you a bit of information here that I think fits right in it'll never be reported anywhere else in the media but this fits with everything that's happening today this is a little story from the daily caller and the headline trump given the bipartisan justice award by black organization for first step back okay on the server is big deal how does that make the cut rush well let me tell you once this once the comings memorial finishes all of the following Democrats are going to get on their climate change busting jets to fly to this event John Delaney Cory Booker mayor Pete Kamel I Harris Amy call bush are by Elizabeth Warren holy on Castro Tulsi Gabbard Bernie Sanders are all flying their private plans down to South Carolina to attend this event put on by a black organization that is all lord being their biggest annual award to Donald Trump all these democratic candidates are going to this conference to suck up the black vote suck up for the black vote but the organization is giving trump an award because he's so far ahead of all of them on criminal justice reform I hope they get down there in time to see trump actually get the award president trump received a twenty nineteen bipartisan justice award from a bipartisan organization of black leaders because of his work on criminal justice reform the award will be presented at the historically black college Benedict college Columbia South Carolina that's where trump met the media earlier today on the way to the helicopter to fly to the joint base Andrews to get on airforce one to go down to this event the event is the twenty twenty bipartisan justice center group founded by twenty black Republicans and twenty black Democrats in two thousand fifteen the bipartisan justice award is the highest honor given annually to a public servant who has demonstrated the ability to work across the Arial to achieve meaningful progress in reforming criminal justice trump's getting the award these democratic candidates are heading down there today to try to suck up to this group for their support twenty Republicans twenty Democrats it just so happens that we have some audio sound bites here from North Carolina a bordering St Martin Savidge CNN this isn't last night Erin Burt burnout out front they sent a reporter Martin Savidge they sending Monsta fari down the south and North Carolina to try to find people what now by safari I mean you had to get a visa sending him to a foreign country CNN's sent a reporter to a foreign country North Carolina they wanted to find out what kind of impact chef and his impeachment proceedings are having on trump voters and they were shocked at what they found both Democrats and Republicans think trump should not be removed they thank the election sure and decide here's Martin Savidge CNN last night we've come to measure voter appetite for impeachment I think it's a waste of the taxpayers money you don't really follow the whole impeachment thing now not only know much about it at all in this state that went for trump by less than four points Jim muzzle is angry at Congress for even considering impeachment I don't think he's broken the.

"black organization" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"black organization" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I told you when this program started it was going to be a struggle to get everything in three hours to say any names but I'm just I'm just going to keep plugging away at it we're gonna be hopscotch and all around I originally were going to play the trump sound bites here from his press gaggle I moving them aside for just a moment to share with you a bit of information here that I think fits right in it'll never be reported anywhere else in the media but this fits with everything that's happening today this is a little story from the daily caller and the headline trump given the bipartisan justice award by black organization for first step back okay on the server is big deal how does that make the cut rush well let me tell you once this once the comings memorial finishes all of the following Democrats are going to get on their climate change busting jets to fly to this event John Delaney Cory Booker mayor Pete Kamel I Harris Amy call bush are by Elizabeth Warren who early on Castro Tulsi Gabbard Bernie Sanders are all flying their private plans down to South Carolina to attend this event put on by a black organization that is all lord being their biggest and you won the war to Donald Trump all these democratic candidates are going to this conference to suck up the black vote stock up for the black vote but the organization is giving trump an award because he's so far ahead of all of them and criminal justice reform I hope they get down there in time to see trump to actually get the award president trump received a twenty nineteen bipartisan justice award from a bipartisan organization of black leaders because of his work on criminal justice reform the award will be presented at the historically black college Benedict college Columbia South Carolina that's where trump met the media earlier today on the way to the helicopter to fly to the joint base Andrews to get on airforce one to go down to this event the event is the twenty twenty bi partisan justice center group founded by twenty black Republicans and twenty black Democrats in two thousand fifteen the bipartisan justice award is the highest honor given annually to a public servant who has demonstrated the ability to work across the Arial to achieve meaningful progress in reforming criminal justice trump's getting the award these democratic candidates are heading down there today to try to suck up to this group for their support twenty Republicans twenty Democrats it just so happens that we have some audio sound bites here from North Carolina a bordering St Martin Savidge CNN this is our last night Erin Burt burnout out front they sent a reporter Martin Savidge they sent a Monsta fari down the south and North Carolina to try to find people what a doll by safari I mean you had to get a visa sending him to a foreign country CNN's sent a reporter to a foreign country North Carolina they wanted to find out what kind of impact chef and his impeachment proceedings are having on trump voters and they were shocked at what they found both Democrats and Republicans think trump should not be removed they thank the election should decide here's Martin Savidge CNN last night we've come to measure voter appetite for impeachment I think it's a waste of the taxpayers money you don't really follow the whole impeachment thing not only know much about it at all in this state that went for trump by less than four points Jim muzzle is angry at Congress for even considering impeachment I don't think he's broken the law and I wish they would vote trying to make things right in America versus.

"black organization" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"black organization" Discussed on KTOK

"Sometimes it's best to conceal in plain sight on firearms Friday this afternoon five twenty five with me Leigh Matthews in the drive newsradio one thousand Katie okay continue right the saga continues a man a legend a way of life I told you when this program started it was going to be a struggle to get everything in a three hours to say any names but I'm just falls I'm just gonna keep plugging away at it we're gonna be hopscotch and all around I originally were going to play the trump sound bites here from his press gaggle I moving them aside for just a moment to share with you a bit of information here that I think fits right in it'll never be reported anywhere else in the media but this fits with everything that's happening today this is a little story from the daily caller and the headline trump given the bipartisan justice award by black organization for first step back okay on the server is big deal how does that make the cut rush well let me tell you once this once the comings memorial finishes all of the following Democrats are going to get on their climate change busting jets to fly to this event John Delaney Cory Booker mayor Pete Kamel I Harris Amy clover shar by Elizabeth Warren who early on Castro Tulsi Gabbard Bernie Sanders are all flying their private plans down to South Carolina to attend this event put on by a black organization that is all lord being their biggest annual award to Donald Trump all these democratic candidates are going to this conference to suck up the black vote suck up for the black vote but the organization is giving trump an award because he's so far ahead of all of them and criminal justice reform I hope they get down there in time to see trump actually get the award president trump would receive the twenty nineteen bipartisan justice award from a bipartisan organization a black leaders because of his work on criminal justice reform the award will be presented at the historically black college Benedict college Columbia South Carolina that's where trump met the media earlier today on the way to the helicopter to fly to the joint base Andrews to get on airforce one to go down to this event the event is the twenty twenty bipartisan justice center group founded by twenty black Republicans and twenty black Democrats in two thousand fifteen the bipartisan justice award is the highest honor given annually to a public servant who has demonstrated the ability to work across the Arial to achieve meaningful progress in reforming criminal justice trump's getting the award these democratic candidates are heading down there today to try to suck up to this group for their support twenty Republicans twenty Democrats it just so happens that we have some audio sound bites here from North Carolina a bordering St Martin Savidge CNN this isn't last night Erin Burt burn out out front they sent a reporter Martin Savidge they sent a monster Farid down the south and North Carolina to try to find people what now by safari I mean he had to get a visa sending him to a foreign country CNN sent a reporter to a foreign country North Carolina they wanted to find out what kind of impact chef and his impeachment proceedings are having on trump voters and they were shocked at what they found both Democrats and Republicans think trump should not be removed I thank the election sure and decide here's Martin Savidge CNN last night we've come to measure voter appetite for impeachment I think it's a waste of the taxpayers money you don't really follow the whole impeachment thing no no don't really know much about it at all in this state that went for trump by less than four points Jim muzzle is angry at Congress for even considering impeachment I don't think.

"black organization" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"black organization" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"A man a legend a way of life I told you when this program started it was going to be a struggle to get everything in a three hours to say any names but I'm just folks I'm just gonna keep plugging away at it we're gonna be hopscotch and all around I originally were going to play the trump sound bites here from his press gaggle I moving them aside for just a moment to share with you a bit of information here that I think fits right in it'll never be reported anywhere else in the media but this fits with everything that's happening today this is a little story from the daily caller and the headline trump given the bipartisan justice award by black organization for first step back okay on the service big deal how does that make the cut rush well let me tell you once this once the comings memorial finishes all of the following Democrats are going to get on their climate change busting jets to fly to this event John Delaney Cory Booker mayor Pete Kamel I Harris Amy call bush are by Elizabeth Warren who early on Castro Tulsi Gabbard Bernie Sanders are all flying their private plans down to South Carolina to attend this event put on by a black organization that is all lord being their biggest annual award to Donald Trump all these democratic candidates are going to this conference to suck up the black vote suck up for the black vote but the organization is giving trump an award because he's so far ahead of all of them on criminal justice reform I hope they get down there in time to see trump actually get the award president trump received a twenty nineteen bipartisan justice award from a bipartisan organization of black leaders because of his work on criminal justice reform the award will be presented at the historically black college Benedict college Columbia South Carolina that's were drunk met the media earlier today on the way to the helicopter the fly to the joint base Andrews to get on airforce one to go down to this event they if that is the twenty twenty bipartisan justice center group founded by twenty black Republicans and twenty black Democrats in two thousand fifteen the bipartisan justice award is the highest honor given annually to a public servant who has demonstrated the ability to work across the RA Ole to achieve meaningful progress in reforming criminal justice trump's getting the award these democratic candidates are heading down there today to try to suck up to this group for their support twenty Republicans twenty Democrats it just so happens that we have some audio sound bites here from North Carolina a bordering St Martin Savidge CNN this isn't last night Erin Burt burn out out front they sent a reporter Martin Savidge they sent a Monsta Farid down the south and North Carolina to try to find people what now by safari I mean you had to get a visa sending him to a foreign country CNN's sent a reporter to a foreign country North Carolina they wanted to find out what kind of impact chef and his impeachment proceedings are having on trump voters and they were shocked at what they found both Democrats and Republicans think trump should not be removal of that thank the election should decide here's Martin Savidge CNN last night we've come to measure voter appetite for impeachment I think it's a waste of the taxpayers.

"black organization" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"black organization" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And now it's time to take a trip through the WNYC archives with the station's chief archivist Andy Lancet, this is the municipal broadcasting system. York City's station WNYC city. We're more than seven million people live in peace and enjoy the benefits of democracy. This week. We're going to take a look at the life and legacy of Marcus Garvey, Marcus Garvey, was a political leader writer publisher and entrepreneur he had a vision of economic independence for his people. He was the founder of the universal negro improvement association. U N, I A the single largest black organization ever in the nineteen twenties and thirties, the U N, I A had an estimated six million followers around the world. Andy you made a documentary in the early nineties for NPR series horizons on Marcus Garvey, ran here on WNYC. How did you become interested in him? And why did you make that documentary? Well, at the time, I was actively looking for significant historical stories and events that up to that point had had little airing on public radio. But also wanted to tell a story that still had a good possibility of finding people who were alive who would actually known or seen in this case, Marcus Garvey. And in addition to his sons, I was able to interview oddly more also known as Queen. Mother more Harlem activists than matriarch and pretty amazing person for decades as well as a member Amy Gordon now here, we have a clip of Marcus Garvey, son, Marcus Garvey, junior talking about his father at the time of this recording. He was about sixty and president of a UN a chapter in New York. The aim of Marcus Garvey was to create a great sinful nation in Africa. That would be so strong that it could protect Africans all over the world, but Marcus garvey's great achievement was to make this idea on the stand to the masses of African people Andy who was drawn to Garvey and his mission will garvey's followers were largely from the working class and included formerly enslaved persons as well as World War, One veterans who had been to France, and it had a taste of culture without. Jim crow. There was also at that time a large number of immigrants in the United States from the Caribbean who found the Jamaican-born Garvey, pretty appealing. Can you? Tell me a little more about his his life short. Garvey was a printer a union leader in Jamaica. And he came to this country in one thousand nine hundred sixteen where his efforts to so-called uplift, the race through free enterprise were met with skepticism ridicule and even sabotage in the nineteen twenties. He was a target of the young J. Edgar Hoover and in nineteen twenty seven he was deported from the United States as an undesirable alien. But it actually we we have a recording of Garvey. He made a record in nineteen twenty one. And here he is delivering the powerful slogan that characterized his movement. Cried. You mentioned Amy Gordon included songs from Amy Gordon. Can't tell folks who she was. Sure. Amy, Gordon was a veteran member of the UN and she hailed from Jamaica. And she remembered some of the organizations songs, she was pretty old when I interviewed her in Brooklyn around nineteen ninety so my guess is that she has passed on. But her songs were sung straight from memory. We have a clip of her singing one of those pieces, cappella, let's hear oh shine on eternal light next one. No Shannon in night. Shane too. To to great. Oh. He did. This. News.

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"black organization" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"black organization" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Nation of Islam and black organizations from the very beginning that even while Malcolm was in prison. His file was created his first the first page of his first FBI file was created while he was in prison protesting for the treatment of prisoners in prison, and that when he traveled around the country to set up mosques, for example, when he had a mosque meeting or organizing meeting in Boston in somebody's private home. Where about a dozen people were in attendance one. Person in attendance reported on that meeting to the FBI in this was in one thousand nine hundred fifty two so that is an important that I would say if the other things of the disputes within the nation of Islam. Were the threads that are. We look at the beginning of the threat for the the core of their rope is the federal government the New York police department, the bureau of special services are bossy. And we should be very mindful that this just you look at the FBI declaring black identity extremists going after black lives matter. You know, we look at the discord sometimes that appears in social media amongst various activists in the black light various forms of black lives matter, and we think that's personal beef. Well, what do you think people thought was going on between Elijah, Malcolm personnel beef? But behind the scenes as you pointed out, the FBI was stoking this they were exacerbating this. We know they did it with the Panthers. They'd send you a letter allegedly by me talking about you. And they'd send me a letter allegedly by you talking about me. And then when we meet I'm giving you the side I 'cause I got your letter. But you never wrote it, right? And so I think we have to we talk about, you know, the thread we can talk about. Jay, I go who was first career making job because he was like a tiny in the attorney general's office. The first case that he built his career on was the deportation.

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"black organization" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"black organization" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Clearly know to be horrible because their politics have supplanted their ideology has supplanted their humanity. Every aspect of their humanity. Every especially use to the left. There is nothing sacred. And there is nothing beyond the pale. There is no one they will not throw on a bus or no one. They will not embrace all comes down to one simple question does the leftist agenda period. Going back to Tammy Bruce, just remind your audience, she is a lesbian feminist former presidents have now's largest chapter and at this at this point. But don't chew gal. In other media opportunities for the entire organization when OJ Simpson killed, Nicole. And you have a question about that. There's no doubt. Numerous times. Tammy, Bruce as feminist, obviously, I'll be took me cold side. And she was told to shut up because the alliance between the black leftists who had over the white woman being killed in fact, many I remember cheering that social Justice. Black men have been killed by law by whites this social Justice, and she was shut up and eventually they had to seek to destroy her because she wouldn't shop does she was a feminist. Now, it's the feminist organization. It's a leftist organization ACP is a pro black organization is pro leftist causation and every decision you make has nothing to do with bettering need the welfare of of of of people of color or everything to do it. Every moment with a dancing after subject up periods. Evans said the book is the kindergarten of Eden and you find that Amazon dot com and.

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