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"bob moses" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

11:38 min | 3 months ago

"bob moses" Discussed on KCRW

"Of my favorite interviews from last year's with DEA Victoria and that song is Gold South. Gotta Change Way talked a lot about the south. In that interview, Here's new music from Future Islands, the morning becomes eclectic. Impoverish those What Wait. Straight through. Wait. When you I will keep you from This's a piece called testimony from anchor song and Mourning becomes a collective Cohesion. The name of the album Bob Moses, disrupt a new album on Friday called Desire a son has called ordinary Day ordinary day. Do we actually have those anymore? I sure they're either really, really ordinary, or they're not the least bit ordinary. I'm gonna go with not the least bit. Ordinary Future islands have an album forthcoming, called as Long as You are coming out on October, the ninth. The song's called for sure Way. Also heard a brand new song that idea, Victoria just dropped from a forthcoming album South. Gotta change. So this song was executive produced by Teacher and Burnett T Bone. Burnett and I want to read you What A D Victorious said about the track is I think it's I think it's important, she said. In 2020. I've watched as the world became irreversibly altered. The upheaval Cove in 19 caused has allowed for a sacred pause in our daily life. During the slaps. We lost Congressman John Lewis In the days following his death, They pondered the work he accomplished and the work he left to those of us who remain South. Gotta change is a prayer.

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Obama condemns voter suppression in John Lewis eulogy in Atlanta

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

03:07 min | 4 months ago

Obama condemns voter suppression in John Lewis eulogy in Atlanta

"At Congressman John Lewis Funeral today. President. Barack Obama talked about. How important? The Post Office has become to John Lewis's legacy. There are those in power who are doing their. Best. To discourage people from voting. By, closing polling locations and targeting minorities and students with restricted ID laws and attacking our voting rights with surgical precision. Even undermining the postal service in the run-up to. That's GONNA be dependent on male and belts so people don't get sick. I know this is a celebration of John's life. There some who might say We shouldn't dwell on such things. But. That's why I'm talking about. was devoted his time on this earth. Fighting. The very attacks. On democracy. And what's best in America? That were we're seeing. Circulate right now. John Lewis. Regional today President Obama described a string of encounters. He had with John Lewis that perfectly encapsulate. The power of voting rights and what John Lewis's life's work. Has Meant to this country I met him when I was law school he came to speak. And I went up and said. Mr Lewis. You are one of my heroes. What inspired me more than anything as a young man was to see what you? Lost Song. Bob Moses Diane. Nash. Others did. And, he got that kind of all shucks. Thank you very much. Next time I saw him I'd. been elected to the United. States Senate. And I told him John You I'm here because a you. and. On Naga Ration- day in two thousand, eight, two, thousand, nine. Is One of the first people I greeted and hugged. On. That stand. And I told him. This is your day to.

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"bob moses" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

02:04 min | 6 months ago

"bob moses" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

"Employees that matter inherited downtime between so let's the first one give A. How the help up. Sped a lot by twenty staring at Kenyon backsides. On the, run CAC. Kenyan, middle distance runners were come to hi Bonnie every year, and they would vice down for a couple of months now Samba Claybon. It's a glorious place, beautiful summer, not too hot Run with the Canyon, so we run behind the. King. Aven the Sunday morning. She'll redo recovery around and we were doing sub-four-minute colonialists on a recovery. One sub phone. We did after twenty. I've Lost Room. Kind of gains kicked out of three twenties thirties and just say we'll see you back. But they came into such good runners. For a few reasons, one is the genetic stunt to low than from the Refaeli. They're at altitude. Free they don't have any Nintendo. Distraction so when you run Backbench because. The. Sponsored, by Nike it's a y. l.. the to hang out with semi lying down. Booted Bob Moses Kiptanui's come out, and they'll just legends rod by going beautiful, capable and the head. His word called hopper hopper which in swing. In slowly slowly now so the Kenyans would run three minute Coloma's back to back and then recover. Have some hop hop wanted US waste Ronin. We'd go out diet and then trying to graze drawn round businesses and wonder why we stare. Can you backside so slowly dug up Papa of theory similar. We're going to have some off. Downtown onto allows to get off in the performance nine minutes at one Derek Domino at. State jobs do the same thing have been. makes. Give you the jades I think is Daca. The doesn't suffice come. today show for a year to show the inequality No one noticed that he will sign. Blue Suit were slice.

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"bob moses" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:11 min | 11 months ago

"bob moses" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Lewis Allen suffer three shotgun blast to the face on this last trip back to Mississippi Bob Moses token that death on his shoulders and in his heart in his soul because it's like Louis Fallon if I hadn't talked to him if I hadn't convinced him to tell the truth that man was still be alive one of the things that became really clear to him what we can really clear to him was that it was going to take more than what Nick had been able to do to bring voting rights to Mississippi it was going to take more than this structure of of coal full council of federated organizations because there are bodies piling up and nothing is moving nothing is changing how do you create change Moses comes up with is freedom summer and freedom summer we'll be that moment where he's saying we have to bring in students if you know your fearless students from around the nation to calm the Mississippi set up freedom schools and register folks to vote now the people that he's bringing in last June's and white students and not just white students why students from the Ivies whose fathers and mothers are judges and senators begin to think through strategy it's not even Mississippi's not crazy enough to do damage to the students and we can get some work done here in changing the power structure any questions Carol Anderson on the voter registration struggles of African Americans in the nineteen sixties this is American history once you spend radio Hey wow really in my how.

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"bob moses" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"bob moses" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The morning this morning at six AM seventy seven W. ABC. ABC radio dot com. thank you say something about Long Island was I am both constantly ripping Long Island so the answer is no no no no I'm something nice yes I've been very tough on Long Island Bernie until of course live there. thanks to Bob Moses by the way whose book I'm wrapping up now now building F. along I'll be calling Robert. Robert Moses yeah he said Bob yeah whatever twenty knows him it is not paradise it's a den of iniquity it's a bunch of hot water yes I mean coke users it's fun. and white swan yeah that is thirteen but it's it's a terrible nothing's perfect what you guys live as pretty as where you live but there is a point of Long Island I must talk about today that I was it in Friday and Saturday Montauk yeah it's way too far I mean it's I I think when the Venetian said eventually you get to the support of your three actually fall off which you know was not true because is round but you feel like you're gonna fall off the end of the earth but not only that it's only one a one lane road. once you get past the Shinnecock can now even before that good day yeah it's yeah want to East Hampton bridge camp in south Hampton told one twenty seven that's right twenty some don't ever go on a Friday past noon well unless you have a helicopter well we don't the wedding was funny night so we left DOT five AM Friday morning that's smart so we made now what's funny is we left Saturday about ten o'clock in the morning and going back to the city we will great twenty seven as Bernie points out going to Amman talk for more the Hamptons it didn't move I mean the the how to be a billion coins I could just imagine what it's like in July and August terrible sick sick I mean that's what we probably would come back that's what it's all over rated unless you have a chopper and in a home out there that you go and stay at a gonna commuting back and forth every week I got to be terrible is off I did it I I I spent a couple of years I had shared a Hamptons house would be the damn deal on the west side of the Shinnecock MLB queue area as they call it now and the traveling out there was to it made it just prohibitive yeah because you go out on a Friday you come back on a Sunday is nothing but trafficking you're hungover. well we do that so you're right we we we missed all that but and we stayed actually of mine told passed all those little spots in the Hamptons what time it was so it was so desolate burn we set a very pretty place the see Christ which is right on the beach I had no cell service I could text anybody I had a live we walk on the beach you must think I'm crazy I had a walk on the beach just ataxia now the White by words so my email on ESPN dot com that was working but it was just so and I don't know who this guy gold for gays forget about the Goldbergs on Wednesday night on channel seven this guy named Goldberg who owns every bagels I know yeah. now we did have all the way back okay they were real good and a white base and that big salmon was delicious but this guy's got a bagel store every step every little town loaded yeah who is this guy number nine Hampton bays or in Westhampton wanting go during clog one of the guy went there no not that we want to quote for the Brooklyn boys come you were in the you in the she she yeah yeah you on the other side of the Shinnecock as I said I was canted bays at all it's been a pub the boarding barn no that's not that that's that's not nice that's okay season to Israel no good I mean the one we went to was a Gurney so I know you've been that Bernie very very nice one of the core just place right yeah I mean absolutely gorgeous all new to water it down the the the wedding was funny night soul they had the the reception was inside it's a lovely place as you know Bernie but they had like the cocktail hour outside by the water it was freezing I mean really uncomfortably cold going south Friday night yes it was cold as a matter of fact I mentioned this to you off the air I was out there Friday night it took a bike right on the border it was beautiful on the way back the moon was rising over the ocean and I love the owes it to I saw the movie right the moon was huge eva took pictures on late Friday or early Saturday it was a may actually be the last full moon on a Friday the thirteenth for like seventy something year yes hello my son did say in a cold Gabriel the Hamptons would be boring without the beach. yeah he's right I loved it for a couple of days it was just when you're right I mean the traffic is way too much would never come in July or August never come again before it was worth this was already September we literally in a body kick back on a Saturday night it was so even even inside the little town there there was traffic there's no don't tell anybody that's why everybody knows. let it be two beautiful don't say anything to anybody everybody knows already well we don't want anybody else to find out you know what's better fire island I like fire and much better speaking of that I ever had if you come from yes hello hi which one. well if you're coming from and hadn't anywhere the Allens hike Netanyahu Long Beach you take the train it's it's as filling a train that's different I mean you could take the train anywhere and be about an hour you take the train at the Montauk it's it's two hours two and a half hour is it that long yeah yeah it's a long run we draw so I don't know what the hire only take the train to Babylon you just then you take the ferry yeah we want we works we passed by a Huntington I pointed out that's what jealous check him over you should come over now you will but she wasn't home. yeah and then my cousin I passed by slowly Long Island the greatly Shelton Shirley yes. we actually I'd call that you had met crude quarrel Long Island you talk about going my god yes surely and corn yes. the apple we have some extra. Long Island it really is but it's a guy you know god bless them it'll login he's all the love the country good people you have a very good people absolutely not all but we saw some like trump. they got Mexican they're gonna rape is I got money. they danced any hood that has stray dogs and I grew up in the neighborhood would stray dogs it is junk it's garbage you agree you'll find stray dogs and some of the right words out there one thing to see cuts when you start seeing stray dogs mornings right you know you got.

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"bob moses" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"bob moses" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"Social cues cage the elephant number fourteen their lead singer the front man as Matt Schultz he was on our show yeah last weekend he brought his dog Zeppelin in the studio and little Zeppelin left a little souvenir in the corner of our room producer Corey had to clean it up I'm sorry producer Corey that's why he gets paid the big Bucks he put his hand inside of a blue bag they he grabbed what Zeppelin left in the corner and then pulled his hand out of the band that's how you pick up why am I telling you this year's number nineteen into happiness from order change in in the Graham that is the so called into happiness at number nineteen they'll be touring with Bob Moses later this month this is the radio show the countdown show out of order thanks for hanging out with me I'm striker on the way we've got music from psalm forty one for the striker for.

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"bob moses" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"bob moses" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Presented by progressive insurance. Martin Luther King's long campaign for voting rights, many, allies and supporters one of them was a young law school student named Eleanor Holmes Norton. Missed Norton is currently the delegate who represents the district of Columbia at the nonvoting member of the US house of representatives sat down with us in two thousand sixteen to share her story of the fight for voting rights and the tremendous sacrifices made by the heroes on the front lines of the civil rights struggle. It was really in the summers of law school that I got to participate in the civil rights movement in the south, which is where I belong to be now where I really wanted to be within Mississippi and Bob Moses, the great student leader came north raising money, and I said, Bob, I gotta come to Mississippi at that point. They will own. A half dozen. Maybe ten snake people. And so in nineteen sixty three I went south to the delta. Now when I went south. Of course, you go to Jackson, Mississippi mega this. Then had just led the sit ins yet citizens had been going on all over the south except for Mississippi, and here was a grown, man. The head of the state chapter of the N double ACP leading the sit ins in Mississippi and getting his head and head of those brave enough to go with him beaten as well. They were almost no civil rights lawyers. So even being a student with some civil rights training led him to bang me to stay and Jackson. I said I can't possibly do that. Because I told by Moses that I come to the delta. And that would take me to Greenwood Mississippi the harder the delta after taking me all around Jackson. He took me to the bus. So that I could travel that night to Greenwood Mississippi. I got on that bus. Having said goodbye to him saying, we'll we'll still be in touch got off and Wenonah was picked up by some really young people younger than I was taken to a farmhouse in June nineteen sixty three when they came knock at the door. And these very young teenage snake people said they need you to come up the street to the snake office right away mega ever had been shot and killed here. In my in my first foray into Mississippi. And the first thing I learned is that the man who begged me to stay in Jackson who put me on the bus went back. Home was shot in the back. Well, I I went to the snake office and found that though I was only what a second year law student. I was the oldest person there. Larry. Who later came to Washington. Had in fact, gone nine miles to Winona Mississippi to get miss Fannie, Lou Hamer out of jail and intern. He had been put in jail. So here these teenagers looking. Student saying, well, what do you think we should do next? I just got there. I learned that the police chief here in Greenwood was one of them. But when they win the white citizens cancelled picketed in the evenings. He was not among them. I said take me to your police chief. I went to the police chief, and I said my name is Elena. Katherine homes, I go to Yale Law School. Everybody knows I'm Dan here. And I just my parents the the law school the people in the civil rights movement. I'm telling you this because I now find that I have to go to one known Mississippi because MS Hamer's in jail, the man who went to get her out of jail is in jail, and I have no recourse, and, sir. I just got hit twenty four hours ago. I gotta go 'cause I'm the oldest person left. All I'm asking you to do is to make a call saying someone is coming to get them out of jail. Say nothing else. When I got there. I was not put in jail. I don't know why. But they let me in. They said that Larry I can see at the moment. Because he didn't have any clothes on. Larry had to put something over him because he had been let out all night to the white citizens council. So they could beat him up and then bring him back. So he was so full of scars. I said, but Larry came to get miss Heimer. Whereas MS Hamer, they brought miss Hamer to me miss Hamer had been beat. Horrifically by a trustee who was told if you don't beat her and beat her heart, and then going to beat you. This was my introduction to what is otherwise worker did in the south. And of course, we got them out of jail. I had come really to work on what was to be the the preparation for the summer of sixty four. This was the vision of Bob Moses that in sixty four students we come from the north they would registered voters or toll tell them how to register. And I had come to do a workshop on that before I could do the first workshop with local people. This was my introduction. Yes. We got them out of jail. That's summer. There could have been no more eventful summer in my life because halfway through the summer. I got a call from by saying understand you won't work on the March on Washington from the Dell to the March on.

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"bob moses" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"bob moses" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"And I came back to Cambridge said, I've got nothing this whole theory didn't make sense lack Jewish alliance which had gone out to vest, the gate, Tendai didn't actually exist. No one had heard of it. And my professor times could profess a tiny patch. He said, we'll show me. He gone. I was gone this guy this guy this guy, Bob Moses because women both Moses Moses hasn't given an interview for twenty years, and he's the head of something who'd snick, the student on von encoding committee because you go to this station and ended up to Rudy. Whoa, this and he asked me stay on too. HD where I was going to look at basically Jewish radicalism in black civil rights movements round the world. So comparing America to Africa, I still take the did daddy won't let me see what it's like. Right. And I was so bored. I thought about going to spend the next three years in the library by myself, and I'm going to try and become an actor or comedian was are even somewhere in between. I read something about investment thanking or was that not what you probably read was at the time in Cambridge. They were head hunters who would come round, and they would offer you jobs in investment, banking or management consultant say, and so that was kind of the option, you know, you go into the city and a lot of money or choose to nothing for sure. Yeah. Cambridge. You've been doing stuff within the university's drama program and footlights which sort of outside of it will actually having the reason I went to Cambridge wars. I want to join the food lines massive Monty python fan huge fan of to cook. I get to foot lights do the audition and rejected and three times a year. I will Titian footlights everytime. I was rejected. And that was the reason I went and as zones because I was rejected from footlights started acting and within. Yeah. I mean, there's a brilliant so acting community there, and and so I had to learn how to act which ended up being really useful with kind of allergy stuff. And and so when you then graduate and decide to Bandon, the her their education, did you impose sort of a limit on yourself, or whether your parents saying, you know. Give it a try. But we don't want not what we supported your education for. How did you decide what the future was going to be? Yeah. I mean, my parents want you do this as a help, you know, you could be a great barrister barristers kind of gold lawyer there. That's the challenge. Okay. Myself five years to be able to not make a to manage to pay for my lifestyle was pretty cheap. But yeah, I mean, I started work as a way to basically to stand up, and it was very difficult because I was doing characters I was doing character code solely who was this complete idiot. And he was the idea was the worst stand up full time. Right. And so the ordinances would be hysterics, but I wouldn't get the gig. And I'll say why why on gang McCain ago because he'll terrible. You're the worst stand up fulltime. But that's yeah. Yeah. I would they wouldn't hysterics laughing at you. I that sin. That's the idea. I was doing these kind of clam characters. And then I found out a clown teacher. I called Philip goalie who was this legendary clown teacher. And I feel is the stuff. I'm doing is connected with clown. So I still studying with him all at the same time doing other. I read you were a Cadillac model. Okay. That is what's golden exaggeration? This is what this is why the internet is setting the record shred. So there was could you call it modeling. I mean tariff on that there was period in English couch, code lab culture, which was. They were celebrating men in their twenties for being called blocks drinking bay watching football. And somehow my face seemed to be the archetypal lads. So I did a TV show where I it was a documentary on Lantis him, and they chose me to be Ladd..

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"bob moses" Discussed on With Friends Like These

With Friends Like These

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"bob moses" Discussed on With Friends Like These

"I want to say, I actually I agree with your your prognosis something that I've said on this show before is that things will start to change when white people put their bodies on the line. Hello. Can I get an Amen, Carol? I feel like I want to explain what I mean by white people putting their bodies on the line perfect. Yes, it yes is I actually do mean that sort of literally meaning put go out there and protest like we can't just have protests of black lives matter and women's marches. We have to we have to make this movement where people can see the strength in the streets. And then also we need to show up when we're asked to show up. You know, I mean, not I also want to be very clear, I don't necessarily think that white people need to lead those movements, but we need to put our bodies there. I agree and until people see. White people on board for this. I think it's going to be harder. It's hard to get other white people involved. Basically, I think about the civil rights movement is one of the courses that I teach. And so let's take Selma or we can take what led to the Civil Rights Act, but let's take some in Selma. Black people had been organizing and protesting for years trying to exercise their right to vote in in Dallas county were Selma. Was I think only point nine percent of African Americans were registered to vote because sheriff Jim Clark had just come down hard in terms of of limiting access to to to voter registration. And in one of those protests, a black man was killed. His name was Jimmy Lee Jackson. He was trying to protect his mother from a beating and the cops killed him. While he was protecting his mother. And this was this led to that Edmund Pettus bridge Bloody Sunday March that is so iconic in American memory with where you have a nonviolent protesters who were symbolically carrying Jimmy Lee Jackson's body to Montgomery to put it on the doorstep of governor George Wallace. And then there's Bloody Sunday where the cops are just beating the crap out of nonviolent protesters. We see the images with John Lewis being trampled Hosea Williams being trampled. Mrs Boynton bid, Amelia Boynton being just knocked unconscious. We see it all we see the tear gas. But that still wasn't enough to get us to the Voting Rights Act. It took the subsequent murder of a white minister Reverend James reap who came down to Selma. To March for black people to to exercise their right to vote and with the murder of a white minister the nation was like, oh my God. What just happened here? And this may seem over dramatic to some people. But I I believe you cover this in white rage. Like that was a or one of the books now read them both in quick succession. That was a tactic that the African American organizers knew they were not to have someone killed obviously. But to bring white people in to to highlight this movement that they they knew they weren't going to get the kind of coverage in sympathy that they needed exactly unless there are white people there, you know, so this was freedom summer. Yeah. Freedom summer down in Mississippi was also a campaign to register African Americans to vote in Mississippi, and there had been couple of horrific murders there and nothing had happened from voting rights activists black voting rights activists murdered. And so Bob Moses of snick the student on violent coordinating committee conceptualize the idea of freedom summer, and what freedom summer would do is. It would bring in why? College students, particularly from these elite universities Harvard Stanford. Michigan Yale and bring them into Mississippi to begin to register black people to vote the idea, of course, was not to get somebody killed. But was that these children these students are the children of prominent folks, they're the children of US senators, a federal judges that that surely Mississippi will will will will pause at this..

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"bob moses" Discussed on With Friends Like These

With Friends Like These

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"bob moses" Discussed on With Friends Like These

"I want to say, I actually I agree with your your prognosis something that I've said on this show before is that things will start to change when white people put their bodies on the line. Hello. Can I get an Amen, Carol? I feel like I want to explain what I mean by white people putting their bodies on the line perfect. Yes, it yes is I actually do mean that sort of literally meaning put go out there and protest like we can't just have protests of black lives matter and women's marches. We have to we have to make this movement where people can see the strength in the streets. And then also we need to show up when we're asked to show up. You know, I mean, not I also want to be very clear, I don't necessarily think that white people need to lead those movements, but we need to put our bodies there. I agree and until people see. White people on board for this. I think it's going to be harder. It's hard to get other white people involved. Basically, I think about the civil rights movement is one of the courses that I teach. And so let's take Selma or we can take what led to the Civil Rights Act, but let's take some in Selma. Black people had been organizing and protesting for years trying to exercise their right to vote in in Dallas county were Selma. Was I think only point nine percent of African Americans were registered to vote because sheriff Jim Clark had just come down hard in terms of of limiting access to to to voter registration. And in one of those protests, a black man was killed. His name was Jimmy Lee Jackson. He was trying to protect his mother from a beating and the cops killed him. While he was protecting his mother. And this was this led to that Edmund Pettus bridge Bloody Sunday March that is so iconic in American memory with where you have a nonviolent protesters who were symbolically carrying Jimmy Lee Jackson's body to Montgomery to put it on the doorstep of governor George Wallace. And then there's Bloody Sunday where the cops are just beating the crap out of nonviolent protesters. We see the images with John Lewis being trampled Hosea Williams being trampled. Mrs Boynton bid, Amelia Boynton being just knocked unconscious. We see it all we see the tear gas. But that still wasn't enough to get us to the Voting Rights Act. It took the subsequent murder of a white minister Reverend James reap who came down to Selma. To March for black people to to exercise their right to vote and with the murder of a white minister the nation was like, oh my God. What just happened here? And this may seem over dramatic to some people. But I I believe you cover this in white rage. Like that was a or one of the books now read them both in quick succession. That was a tactic that the African American organizers knew they were not to have someone killed obviously. But to bring white people in to to highlight this movement that they they knew they weren't going to get the kind of coverage in sympathy that they needed exactly unless there are white people there, you know, so this was freedom summer. Yeah. Freedom summer down in Mississippi was also a campaign to register African Americans to vote in Mississippi, and there had been couple of horrific murders there and nothing had happened from voting rights activists black voting rights activists murdered. And so Bob Moses of snick the student on violent coordinating committee conceptualize the idea of freedom summer, and what freedom summer would do is. It would bring in why? College students, particularly from these elite universities Harvard Stanford. Michigan Yale and bring them into Mississippi to begin to register black people to vote the idea, of course, was not to get somebody killed. But was that these children these students are the children of prominent folks, they're the children of US senators, a federal judges that that surely Mississippi will will will will pause at this..

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"bob moses" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"bob moses" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"Alden steady. At number eleven is Billy eyelash. Her songs have been streamed. A billion times Dave Grohl fleet. Julia Roberts are fans and she's sixteen years old. Unbelievable. That was called you should see me in a crown at Stryker. Let's go from number eleven to number nineteen. And it's where we find the duo, Bob Moses, this is called back down. Shea. This is Matt from us. And you're listening to a new song crush on out of order with striker fourteen. I've seen those. Is growing. Rolling..

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"bob moses" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"bob moses" Discussed on KCRW

"Beautiful and nothing hurts that was falling rain in light for Moby, Andrew. Bayer and open end resource the vocalist there Alison may this from the album in my last life from Andrew. Bayer. I believe Andrew. Bayer will be featured at exchange downtown in early December worth looking into should be great show. Bayer. Diego Garcia with a new single. She's amazing music from the band hearts and in this time, they're album compassion and Bob Moses from their album days gone by that was the title track. They are live tonight at the Hollywood palladium, Bob Moses that will be a lot of fun battle lines as their latest album. So supporting that record Bob Moses tonight at the palladium. Morning becomes eclectic. Jason Bentley with you until the top of the hour, twelve noon. Points. We turn things over to the takeaway. This is eighty nine point nine KCRW Santa Monica, Los Angeles. wife is disabled. She doesn't drive a car doesn't have a cellphone The two if thousand eighteen you'd like midterm to leave elections without the were dogs the most and cats expensive after in US more than history. a week missing We project one this man's election search will for his cost wife five on the next point all two things billion considered dollars from NPR and may news. rise even higher, Join but this us time at four thirty did today small donors on KCRW. out-muscle the billionaires, I'm Amy Walter, and we'll do some accounting next time on the takeaway from WNYC and PRI public radio international. Weekdays at noon on KCRW..

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"bob moses" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"bob moses" Discussed on KCRW

"Arts. This is morning edition on KCRW ahead on morning edition shooter opened fire on a club in Thousand Oaks, California last night with multiple fatalities and NPR's Noah king speaks with former assistant US attorney Kim Ueli on the new acting head of the Justice department who has spoken out about his concerns with the special counsel investigation. Those stories coming up on morning edition here on KCRW. Good morning. I'm Jason Bentley. Coming up on morning becomes eclectic would get the weekend. Started early with subdued dancefloor favorites from rural Uwe and friendly. Fires. Also, a love song from Garcia and rye remixed by the kings of daytime discovery poolside. Also, get a chance to see Bob Moses live at the palladium morning becomes a crack. Dick starts at nine right here on KCRW. Santa monica. College invites you to a free screening and Q and A with director. Greg Barker of award winning documentary, the final year about the inner workings of the Obama administration as it collectively prepared to leave office and the White House Thursday, November fifteen at eleven fifteen AM at HSS one sixty five on the SM, see main campus SM, see dot EDU slash lectures. For more information. Visit KCRW it's.

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"bob moses" Discussed on American History Tellers

American History Tellers

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"bob moses" Discussed on American History Tellers

"Rated him for mature. By the time, the freedom rides made their way to McComb Mississippi at the end of November nineteen sixty one snick activists had already been working in the area for months. McComb was town of about thirteen thousand in Mississippi south west hill country. When it came to enforcing Jim crow, observers described this part of the state as plain mean and they didn't dress it up. This was Ku Klux Klan territory, but it was also home to determine group of civil rights. Activists who invited snick organizers to start a voter, registration drive in the summer of nineteen sixty one. It was a vote of confidence in snicks abilities. The student movement after all was still young and just beginning to try. It's handed voter mobilization despite their preparations snick activists who traveled to mccone and other communities throughout the south knew they'd be learning as much as they were teaching, figuring it out as they went. It was challenging often delicate work. They would have to convince people they had only just met. To risk their lives by trying to register to vote. The organizers had to rely not only on the courage of these local people, but their generosity as well. Folks McComb open their homes and their kitchens offered rides and kept a watchful eye out for the young people who spent the next several months canvassing their communities. The man leading the team of snick organizers was a Harvard educated twenty six year old, former math teacher from New York City named Bob Moses..

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"bob moses" Discussed on KALW 91.7 FM

KALW 91.7 FM

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"bob moses" Discussed on KALW 91.7 FM

"Mr kennedy with respect it is not your responsibility to tell us how to honor our constitutional rights it is your job to protect us when we do now you have an opportunity to do something warrior then making headlines you could truly alter the politics of the south forever we look forward to the ladder bob with a bit of a quandary here these voter registration drives are being met with violence just like the freedom rights work yes burke dr king sent me this telegram there is an apparent reign of terror that is going on unaddressed by the justice department there have been the brutal beatings of volunteers john hardy and bob moses for murder of herbert leave an uncounted perversions of justice unaddressed what does he want me to do the federal government is not the police and he knows it that authority rests with the state's true but try telling that to someone who's just got shot so what obey the constitution and be damned for it or radically changed the balance of federal power god knows where that might lead well i really wouldn't mind my brother is a dictator but we might get a son of a bitch later we can't have it both ways we promised to civil rights workers protection now we tell them our hands are tied side about you bob but i thought you ought to know ought to know what jack that telegram from dr king he just leaked it to the press god damn him what the hell is his game if he wants to neon he's just accomplished it mr attorney general it's jake the hoover online to thank you excuse me fellas mr director mr kennedy i know you'll thank me for sparing you a lot of trouble we now have very strong evidence that a certain stanley levinson and intimate of dr king whom i know you've been speaking with frequently this mr levinson is a secret member of the communist party i see i know how strongly you have fought the communist conspiracy your work on senator mccarthy's staff and all the rest of it and i'm sure your brother would want to know that the civil rights agenda that you're pursuing with dr king is infiltrated with communists i'd hate to see anything compromise the administration certainly troubling information of course i'll bring this to the president's attention directly.

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"bob moses" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"bob moses" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The pedestrian emails are dumped by wikileaks it's it's one of the most extraordinary days in american politics it all came together on that day flat amir putin's birthday and donald trump obviously ends up winning the election in november the investigation still continue the house and the senate well the house is now but the senate it's certainly bob moses investigation but let me ask you this very important question for the country was this the last time we will see russia involved in a presidential election was at the beginning we before we have the next presidential election we have something that i know you care very much about the midterm elections of twenty eight teeth and one thing we write about in the book that didn't get a lot of attention at the time was that the russian operation to not just focus on the presidential campaign they attacked the democratic congressional campaign committee which is you know the group that supports democratic house candidates and dumped information that was injurious to democratic candidates and some very key racist some of the top racist for the triple c and worked to great effect they actually influenced the outcome of certain races in florida and elsewhere in two thousand eighteen didn't get a lot of attention because we're focused on the presidential so that certainly is a strong sign that if they care to they know how to do this again and house elections i think in some ways you may strong views on this may be more prone is susceptible to outside especially last minute outside interference they may not have the sophisticated security systems it's very easy to dump ads or create ads at the end with dark money based on information that was hacked and released to none of us bloggers i mean there's a lot of ways to screw around with a house race and and that's where the money is at least in this political season and until we see a real concerted effort and then it's known that it's priority the federal government at the state level to stop this i think everybody should worry about her some sort of repeat in two thousand eighteen before even get to twenty twenty now well we will definitely remain vigilant guys congratulations on a great book thank you thank you david corn washington bureau chief for mother jones michael isikoff yahoo news their book russian roulette interviewed by democratic.

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"bob moses" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"bob moses" Discussed on AM Joy

"Yeah and the response of the parkland students was not even the flinch but to say we understand that we are in a position of privilege and we want to impart that onto others is that intersection ality part of why this movement is working i fully agree i think i in conversations that i've had with many park lives students over the last few weeks they have a clear understanding of what's wrong with the gun violence movement and why they need to be so conscious of one their privileged but also how they're interacting with other communities and if we're really going to beat beat back the nra and gun lobbyists we have to join together and find common sense ways we can collaborate and is it difficult as an advocate yourself somebody who's been in this work to see the support that they are now but in previous cases when activists self tried to make the same case the country has not necessarily listen i mean it's it's a little heartbreaking i mean i started this work when i was fifteen years old because my brother andre was shot and killed in philadelphia and to think that in new society we value some lives over others but i'm i'm encouraged the fact that these young people recognize that they're they have power and their power lies and not just individually but how we can work together so we're pushing back we know that you know at a certain point bob moses would snick when you know when the images of black kids getting fire hose and bitten by dogs had started to run down on steam they were like we need to bring white college students always strategy and what i've said when the falklands students came nash action network headquarters reaching out i said it was important for us to be we've sent buses in from around even from bowel haarlem headquarters and i wanted to be because i wanted to say even when others didn't reach out when it was us yeah we need to reach back since department students have set a different tone because we still being shot and at the same time they will understand other issues like we're in sacramento to dat early with the police shooting there so i think that the maturity of a lot of the young activists in our community and.

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"bob moses" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"bob moses" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"He has obeys too tall jack are he smacks a woman choked steals a car yet in the car at the at insult to mob of injury the song guaita's this this saturday night by leonard skidded what would go world be like pele that way would a god down we want to take about that you know i tell people all the time the beatles what would have happened if whether skin and was blown everybody out ted nugent good foul they destroyed the stones a network what if who whether skidded winter kept goal we would have been read nick bad as koji right now if you don't believe me we for this igc as if you really want to see what it's about whether skinned alive i think it's lengthy seventy soft from oakland that little chubby mug of comes out saying and those listen my wife some time a see i have all the right to say this they each squirrels their rednecks eibar either because i love rednecks when i was a kid i was such a houston oil affair at such a dallas cowboy fan that live in the closet because all my friends with giant fan i love everything about tom landry i love everything about the cowboys i love everything about bob moses malone i was a new yorker that should have been affects you know i i love university of taxes i love texas say in them when i was a kid you know i was all taxes i watched the houston oilers games on monday night and they would be will bag in the little white during and shit and i will go look it was crazy you can be some damn on of the taxes you know i saw when i i say redneck i'd be the bottom of my heart all right let's take a short ball schlikhov get big up strugar mm here's amused.

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