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Juanita Holmes Named New New York PD Chief of Patrol

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

Juanita Holmes Named New New York PD Chief of Patrol

"Ah, history making promotion at the NYPD Police Commissioner Dermot Shea says Juanito homes, walked the walk and talks the talk. She has been a precinct commander. She has been a P ECE commander. She has been a borough commander. She understands this city homes recently returned to the NYPD to head the collaborative policing unit, and she's been going to each burrow on a listening tour. People want to be heard, but they have to play an intricate part. In crime reduction as well as improving quality life homes, those among new appointees to top positions. They include three other women, two of them. African American Mayor De Blasio says this is how the NYPD and the city makes progress on these new leaders will help us take that to the next

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Hurting Mayfield, Browns score late, outduel Bengals 37-34

Give It Some Thought with Dr Harold Bennett

02:09 min | 5 d ago

Hurting Mayfield, Browns score late, outduel Bengals 37-34

"Pick and Joe Borough. You know what the rookie for the Bangles has been marvelous this year. Burrow with a long count stops the right foot. He Higgins goes in motion. That's actually Giovanni Bernard got her own throws for Bernard catching touchdown. Bangles a gutsy call, and the Bangles capitalized as they throw it on fourth and inches, and Burrow throws a touchdown pass to Giovanni Bernard Dan Horde. Dave Lapham, Cincinnati's ESPN 15 30 in the Bengals radio network. So 30 for 31, Cincinnati now This is a Cincinnati team, but his known fourth quarter leads this year, but when they've led after three quarters, they've been outscored in the fourth quarter 39 to 12 coming into this game, and this game featured five combined, go ahead touchdown passes in the fourth quarter. Most in the fourth quarter in NFL history in the last one belong to Baker Mayfield, and here we go there, second down and 10 of the 24 yard line out. They come shotgun. Karim Hunt in the backfield to receivers

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No. 1 Clemson wakes up late to beat Syracuse 47-21

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 d ago

No. 1 Clemson wakes up late to beat Syracuse 47-21

"Clemson picked up its thirty eighth consecutive regular season win by whipping Syracuse forty seven twenty one Trevor Lawrence had an uneven performance misfiring at times during the first half before finishing with two hundred eighty nine yards two touchdowns and one interception this four five boroughs that I should we kept drives alive this I is this your scheduled travel seeking carried sixteen times for eighty six yards and three touchdowns including a pair of late TD's Syracuse trail just twenty seven twenty one late in the third quarter before it reboots junior scooped up a fumble and raced twenty one yards for a touchdown with one twenty six left in the period I'm Dave Ferrie

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Politicians, Constance Baker Motley

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:16 min | Last week

Politicians, Constance Baker Motley

"Hello from Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia Britannica. Today's politicians but most of her life fighting for civil rights, she put her life at risk to change the course of American history, but she's often left out of history books. Let's talk about Constance Baker Motley. Constance Baker Motley was born on September fourteenth nineteen, forty one in new haven connecticut she was one of twelve children born to working class immigrant parents from the West indies. Constance. Was a bright child who grew up attending integrated schools and quickly fell in love with reading. She didn't learn much about black history in school. But what she did learn about civil rights leaders inspired her she decided she wanted to become a lawyer, but constance couldn't afford higher education. She took a job as a maid for a while before moving on to work for the National Youth Administration an organization focused on providing work an educational opportunities for young adults. Constance was giving a speech at a local community center one evening when her oratory skills impressed a wealthy white philanthropist. He, offered to pay for constants college tuition. So in nineteen, forty, one constance began attending college at Fisk University in Nashville. She later wrote that the train ride down to Tennessee was the first time she experienced overt racism and Jim Crow laws after being forced to ride in a broken down segregated train car, it was a perspective changing moment for constance two years into her attendance at Fisk Constance transferred to New York University and finished her bachelor's degree in economics. Then in nineteen, forty, four constance became the first black woman to be accepted to Columbia law school. After graduating from Columbia in nineteen, forty, six constants worked for the NWC peas legal staff under Thurgood. Marshall who later became a court justice over the course of her work at the N. double ACP constance assisted with almost sixty cases that ended up reaching the Supreme Court. She also personally argued ten supreme court cases and one nine. Constance is work integrated multiple southern state universities putting her toe-to-toe with racist governors determined to bar black students from schools. She also helped protect the right to peaceful protests and opened up parks for. Black. Americans. She did all that despite the sexism and racism personally experienced during her legal career. Some judges actually turned their backs on her and refused to hear her speak. But Constance didn't let others biopsies bar her from success. Her work made her a key player in the civil rights movement and she even occasionally represented Dr. Martin? Luther. King Junior. Constance was constantly in danger when she was working in the south racists threatened her life and the lives of other prominent figures in the black community constance was barred from staying in hotels. So she had to stay with local activists, but even that didn't make her feel completely safe her friend Mississippi civil rights leader Medgar. Evers. was murdered his own driveway. So in nineteen, sixty, five constance left her work in the south and moved back to New York City. Shortly thereafter, she became the first black woman to serve in the New York State Senate. She was also elected president of the borough of Manhattan which made her the first woman in that role. During her time as a politician constance focused on raising up under served communities in the city like Harlem and East Harlem in nineteen sixty, six president Lyndon Johnson appointed constance to the US. District Court in the southern district

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New York City Schools Still Missing 77,000 Devices That Students Need For Learning

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00:56 sec | Last week

New York City Schools Still Missing 77,000 Devices That Students Need For Learning

"The The New New York York City City Department Department of of Education Education has has revealed revealed that that 77,000 77,000 students students still still lack lack learning learning devices devices such such as as tablets tablets and and computers. computers. And thousands more still struggling to fully participate in remote learning do too connected connectivity issues. Brooklyn borough president joining other leaders, educators, parents and students today to demand action and accountability and telling WCBS today we're calling on the DEA deal. We too clearly. Give daily communications to every student's family who's waiting for devices, including up today tracking on device deliveries. That was Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adam's New York City Schools Chancellor Richard Karenzi appeared before the City Council committee on Friday to answer questions about the racial disparities regarding remote learning. And he said the city is working to get every student a device to be connected.

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The Murder of Karina Vetrano

Sword and Scale

05:07 min | Last week

The Murder of Karina Vetrano

"Sixteen year old retired firefighter fill the TROTTO is a proud New Yorker. He grew up in the big apple. Raised his family there. Was Even a first responder to Ground Zero on nine eleven. For Him. All seem normal on August second twenty sixteen another sunny summer day as he enjoyed his retirement at home in Howard beach. A middle to upper class neighborhood in the borough of Queens. That afternoon, his thirty year old daughter Karina trotto invited him to go jogging through spring. Creek, Park as they had many times before. This particular day however Phil had a bag and decided against going for a run. But this didn't discourage Carina. She was an avid runner and it was a beautiful day. He was going for a jog with or without him. They'll new his daughters jogging trail that it was known to occasionally attract migrants. Expressed, concerned about her going alone. I don't think it's a good idea told her. But CORINNA. was. Being Carita. After all she'd run this same trail by herself many times before. Don't worry daddy she said before leaving. I'll be okay. But worry would begin to set in when late afternoon churn to evening And Karina at still not returned from her jog. Fill. Called her cell phone. No answer. And he called again. And again. And again. Still. No. Answer. and. No Return Call. What Phil didn't know is that Corinna was unable to answer her phone. And she would never. Be Coming Home Again War. Anger. We've all felt it. Whether IT'S A. Annoy annoyance a full full-on rage. Or somewhere in between. But. How we manage our anger is different for everyone. Some people manage their anger by counting to ten. Or perhaps taking a moment to focus on your breathing. Others go to the gym and lift weights or punch a punching bag. Some people repeat a mantra to calm themselves down while others talked with therapist or take anger management classes. Whatever the method managing your anger is more important than you realize because when something makes us angry and. We don't deal with it. It can manifest and lead us to taking out our anger on other people that have nothing to do with what made us angry in the first place. In psychology this is known as displacement. Or more specifically displaced aggression. And the interesting yet scary thing about displaced aggression. Is that it is a defense mechanism. And it usually occurs unconsciously. Let's pretend your boss yelled at you for something that wasn't your fault and they just won't listen to reason. Vending your frustration at that point on them. Could get you fired. So you hold onto your anger until you get home. Where you find yourself almost without realizing it. Snapping at your spouse or your children or even your pet at some minor irritation at they've caused. This scenario is an example of displaced aggression. When all your frustration has built to a near breaking point in a small unrelated action tips over. Unleashing disproportionate outpouring of anger when guilty of this behavior at some point in our lives to varying degrees. But for most of us, it's not really a big problem. We apologize for our brief angry temper if we need to. And move on. But can displaced aggression caused someone to do something that they cannot apologize for? Something that they can't take back. Something violent. Could displace. Digression. Caused someone to murder a complete stranger. Unfortunately as you'll soon learn. The answer. Is Yes. I'm an angel purity. I am an angel yearning from charity. I'm an angel, his wings so wide ready to take flight. I am an angel with a dark side. This is Korean. Toronto reciting a poem she wrote called the Paradox in the twenty thirteen short film with the same name.

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COVID-19 testing begins in New York City's yellow zone schools

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 2 weeks ago

COVID-19 testing begins in New York City's yellow zone schools

"Testing that began today in city schools in the yellow zone staff and students. The testing ordered by Governor Cuomo in those buffer zones after he said earlier lack of testing in the schools. Could lead to further hot spots the state sending hundreds of thousands of rapid test kits to schools in all five boroughs. So far, they're only 20% of parents have given their consent for their child to be tested. And if that consent doesn't come The child goes fully virtual until consent is given to be tested.

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New York - Heshy Tischler released from jail as alleged attack on journalist case moves forward

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

New York - Heshy Tischler released from jail as alleged attack on journalist case moves forward

"The Orthodox Jewish activist arrested in connection with last week's assault of a journalist during a protest in Borough Park is back home after being released from police custody this evening. I believe you. CBS reporter Steve Burns with the latest after about 21 hours behind bars. Heshy Tischler was released without bail, arraigned on charges of inciting a riot, unlawful imprisonment, harassment and menacing. He's accused of encouraging an assault against journalists. Jacob Corn blue last week in Borough Park, as some in the neighbourhood rebelled against the latest current virus restrictions. Tischler spoke briefly on his way home calling for calm, no violence whatsoever. And I want everybody to thank you for everything you've done for me for your prey is the Brooklyn district Attorney's office says Tischler has been ordered to stay away from corn blue. Though Tischler has denied covert is a concern and said as much during his mask list protests, his lawyers cited the virus is a recent Tischler should be released from jail as soon as possible.

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Vanderbilt-Missouri is the first SEC game postponed due to COVID-19

The Paul Finebaum Show

09:48 min | 2 weeks ago

Vanderbilt-Missouri is the first SEC game postponed due to COVID-19

"We welcome you back. Our is live and underway busy busy I our. Thirty minutes ago we learned that the first SEC game has been postponed of this twenty twenty campaign it will be. Rescheduled Vanderbilt Missouri scheduled for this Saturday in Columbia. Now, be December twelfth. We'll talk to coach drink in thirty minutes and get his reaction to that. So here we go more phone calls in a minute a lot of fans unhappy from every aspect of the winners and losers speaking of the latter. Let's talk about the Lsu Tigers two weeks ago Scott Rabble a came on. Wasn't ready to hit the panic button. Everything was calm. Scott's gotcha very scopes. Scott Seen It all before. Scott. Have you seen anything quite like the ending of Saturday's game? Good afternoon how are you? and got to the NFL Yeah that's that's you mentioned I'm kind of reminded of the and it's not a good time Lsu that ninety nine, Game Alabama when just food he tried to run the ball down like. John elway. Pin Wheeled in the air came up a yard short and and they you know they they threw the ball and the they did it. They didn't score. So yeah, it was. It was reminds me of you not good times for Lsu but you know. I gotta say the way lsu played Saturday. On defense but also on offense failing to convert a third down there really is kind of justice. They didn't really deserve to win that game I, mean they they you know they pulled it out and they would've pulled it out there. It would have been a win that covered up a lot of a lot of issues. So what? I don't know if it's safe to go outside I. Mean I know I know the version fortunately escaped the worst of the storm the other day was farther to the West but I mean what? What what is the buzz in your town especially both Pallini and and I mean three games in he seems like he's on the tip of everyone's tongue is it fair? Oh. Sure? Yeah. Absolutely. I mean this is the this is the defense that You know this change Dave Randall left defensor longtime defensive coordinator WHO's hard under? Les. Miles. You know the several years ago he left me the head coach at Baylor. So they had to hire someone like forced out or anything. So hopefully knew who was here under miles and those first three great years in the Mouse Oh, five Oh, six Oh, seven the end up with a national championship and you know just it hasn't worked at me. This questions is Bo behind the Times is not adjusted to those are some great defensive back then with Clinton Dorsey and Tyson Jackson and and you know you're a great players like that got a little on Landry secondary great players like that, and you kind of wonder you know the Adjusting but. It's just been Y- coaches you're on himself is trying to put it all on him and the coaches and they got a coach better. You said that, Saturday, after the game you set it on his press conference today, they just lost followed. They're they're good players on the Stevens, their high NFL draft pick on the defense Derek Stanley Jacoby Stevens to real cox the transfer for. North. Dakota. State people said he might have been a first round draft pick. Had He come? Out and said of transferring Ali Gay Defensive End they lost a lot of great players, but this shouldn't be this bad and aurons You know famously said, then the all season, the defense look better in practice than at any time last year, and obviously that is not the case and they gave up eight plays a twenty yards of more. Missouri averaged almost nine yards per play and five and a half yards per carry it and it just that's just not. That's just not winning football and worst of all they all she just looked. I saw gene gene Chizik said after the game. So you. Look, like on Defense Soft and lost, and Lsu looks like both unfortunately for them. By, the way everything you just got through saying you could replicate for three or four other SEC schools except none of them are the defending champions like Lsu. Scott we're three games in I. Mean we all know that and I'm not sure how much you can value. A. Win Over Vanderbilt Right now considering the state of that program. But as you look ahead I, mean you don't look any farther than this weekend against Florida. LSU will need to score seventy points to keep up with them. Immediate? Looks. That way and I'm not a betting Guy Pa, my government I think I've looked at the over maybe go for that Florida's defense looks pretty challenge to Alabama wins and gives up forty eight points to stole miss. But the the disturbing serving big frail issue. Yeah. Everyone's having trouble defensively No question. Do you wonder if that lack of spring football or the proper time to prepare in the off season has hurt them But you know you look at that once you give six, hundred, twenty, three guys and the Mississippi State, history has been dreadful offense against Arkansas and Kentucky the last two weeks Missouri scored like I think three touchdowns combined the first Games averaging like fifteen points a game against Alabama Tennessee and it just go wild lsu just look great. I mean that's that's the part. That's that's extra disturbing prelates pans and like the lsu fans always. Always wanted this offense obviously, they complained for years and rightly. So by the the plotting less miles offense, but there's a lot of pride in the school, the the the the billy cannon is the star up in you know and and now Joe Borough and players like that. But the tried is always been the defense, the Chinese bandits, Tommy Tests Inova Win Dorsey Laurent Landry mentioned, Patrick, Peterson, Taran Taran Matthew, and what else he doesn't play Great Defense I. Think this is this is like a core value of lsu's program that is not being being held a lived up to, and it's it's very troubling Tila lsu probably would take a little less offense for some better defensive as. Scott Realistically I mean this weekend looks like a long shot I would have to say I mean still Alabama. Out There Auburn out there. South, Carolina am I mean everyone knows the schedule? I mean before the season some might be hard to win them all but maybe maybe eight or nine. Where's the sliding scale right now? Ball I don't know it's sliding really. Really. Bad way down the hill. You know a lot of hills here in Baton Rouge but he found it. It's sledding Hill that way. Down Victory Hill Yes for the team marches down normally before the Games by Tigers stadium is not vitriol right now I I like everybody else said like the six games else who's GonNa win and four games where the season's going to be decided Alabama Auburn Florida and Texas a&M, and right now I don't think he can after South Carolina just banning by the same score Lsu did Arkansas has played. She's gotTa go to they'll South Carolina, comes here in in two weeks I don't I don't think. There's any Sherwin left for L. Share on the schedule I don't think they're gonNA go one nine but I think right now you just gotTa. Look at what can you do to have a have a winning season they're still good players There's on this team in town they lost a lot from last year obviously, but you know the they've got to. Change, the things coach today coach talk today about simplifying both offense and defense. Again remember the offense was Owen on third down Saturday that's a pretty bad step to although this court forty-one points should have been enough to win, but it's still some really great players on the House Brennan. Has Not Been, Joe Borough, been very good. You know he's had over three hundred yards passing game over four hundred yards Saturday tariffs, marshalls been tremendous hit two, hundred, thirty, five, yard service and three touchdowns Saturday. So this, this isn't good players in the team, but they just got to get tougher and and find a way to grind out a win somewhere and and this is not entirely similar fall I gotta say from twenty. Dissimilar from twenty seventeen she lost at home Detroit and went to Florida the next week and they won the game I'm not saying I'm not predicting she win. But this have the size, a lot of field of that when they kind of looked tougher and more determined and they found a way to win and they've never looked back games on order on, they're gonna be hard pressed to avoid doing that obviously late this week. He had I wouldn't call it a charm to existence because now that you mentioned the troy game and there had been some ups and downs but certainly coming off the best year ever how is he handling the defeats? A He's he's trying to take a lot of the blame on himself and deflected from his team Not exactly deflecting from the assistant coaches said, he's talked about, hey, on defensive we just have one coverage and one one formation. Let's do that. Let's and you said. Some things on offense too. I think he's kind of talking about Scott Lenihan, the new guy, a passing game coordinator WHO and Red Zone specialists who take the place of Joe Brady who who was on the staff last year and of course talking about Botha? Lenient? Coach, and he said something telling today I thought that you said, you know the most Ryan. The defense but he he's he's going to you know be checked in on every formation every plan that they use you know as a defensive line coach that's his forte he he's going to be I think maybe a little more hands on with the formations they use and the and the and the coverages, and but some of that are doing well, he's Got Thrown out I think that. This is the defense he wanted this is he talking about being wardrobe four three and they've got a great. Turn of Russia there plus six turnover ratio they're doing very well at that the they're causing some some big plays in that in that regard and turnovers just can't get off the field and can't Can't stop people and giving up a big big yards on the ground, and then these these huge places. The elected eight plays a twenty yards or more Saturday and gets very, which is

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New York City virus lockdown protest leader arrested on riot charge

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 2 weeks ago

New York City virus lockdown protest leader arrested on riot charge

"Demonstrations in Berlin Park that centered around the protest ng of the Corona virus restrictions now demonstrators again gathering in Borough Park last night. For a different reason. And Samantha Lieberman's in downtown Brooklyn to summarize all this for Assam. Tischler expected to be arraigned here in Brooklyn Criminal Court on charges of inciting a riot and unlawful imprisonment in connection with the alleged assault. Last Wednesday of journalists. Jacob Corn Blue he was arrested last night is his supporters rallied outside the 66th precinct. Tischler had tweeted. Previously, he turned himself in Monday and recorded himself being taken into custody, posting it to Twitter. My name is Heshy. I'm listening, but you're arresting me when we made a deal Way made a deal that was supposed to be arrested tomorrow. Protesters then went to Corn Blues, home to protest in Blue says he was punched and kicked during protest last week over new covert restrictions and hot spots. Samantha

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Capacity limited on religious gatherings in New York City hot zones

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Capacity limited on religious gatherings in New York City hot zones

"Governor Cuomo speaking Hebrew today to urge Orthodox Jewish New Yorkers living in covert hot spots to refrain from large gatherings. Commenting that Hebrew faith teaches participation in a religious ceremony can be excused for a matter of health, life and safety. These comments commas areas in Brooklyn in Queens with large Orthodox populations have seen an uptick in Cove. It cases due to a lack of adherence to state guidelines and a lack of enforcement, the government governor says. State order went into effect last week to end in person learning at both public and private schools and so called red zones as well as the closure of non essential businesses and restrictions on large religious gatherings. This has been met with fierce opposition, with protests in borough Park and lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of the restrictions. GOTHAMIST reports. Hundreds of ultra Orthodox congregants attended an indoor prayer service in Borough Park Friday, led by a rabbi who tested positive. Rick Open. 19 Governor Cuomo. Several religious communities have said they don't want to comply with the rules. I understand. That's what I say is unfortunate situation. But if you push here is a fact. If you put 300 people In an enclosed setting with a rabbi who tested positive who is positive a covert. Assume those facts. I don't know if they're facts, but assume those facts. The likelihood is the virus will spread. The New York City sheriff's Office has issued almost 30 civil summonses within the city's Cove. It clusters of those, at least six come with a price tag of up to $15,000 over. Although governor Cuomo says the state is doing well in terms of the percentage of positive cases statewide, not including the clusters owns the positivity rate is that 0.84%. The average positivity rate in the cluster zones, though, is 5.7%

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COVID-Positive Rabbi Held Large Indoor Service In New York City's Borough Park, Congregants Say

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 2 weeks ago

COVID-Positive Rabbi Held Large Indoor Service In New York City's Borough Park, Congregants Say

"Concerning controversy heating up over Corona virus Hot spots in the city, Gotham A says an ultra Orthodox rabbi who tested positive for covert 19 a week ago helped a large indoor service in open defiance of Governor Cuomo's new restrictions. The site reports that some 300 people without masks gathered inside the Boba 45 synagogue in Borough Park. Congregates Do say Grand Rabbi Mordechai Dover Hunger lead that ceremony from behind a plexiglass shield Gotham this quotes local sources saying Hunger was diagnosed last weekend miss some services force to quote This comes a day after the governor ordered the restrictions on neighborhoods currently experiencing a spike in case is sparking outrage in the ultra Orthodox community and also comes after Brooklyn federal judge upheld the restrictions in Brooklyn and Queens after a lawsuit from several Jewish groups, claiming the order unfairly cartel their ability to celebrate three holidays this weekend, Judge said no

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Robocall claims Trump campaign stoked New York's Borough Park protests

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:59 sec | 3 weeks ago

Robocall claims Trump campaign stoked New York's Borough Park protests

"Denounced a robo call aimed at borrow Park residents, urging them to demonstrate in the streets this week. Those protests featured mass burnings and assault. More from WCBS reporter Rich land. Governor Cuomo says he believes the Trump campaign as he put it is fomenting the ultra Orthodox community and played this robo call recording with us in touch with the Trump campaign. They're urging everybody to come out with signs almost killed Compton Avenue and hold Sign coma killed thousands as many as possible as biggest possible. The governor then read the contents of a tweet, he said was sent by at Heshy Tischler. He tweets. Okon print Cuomo age Jews and calm or kill thousands on flags. Tischler claims the Twitter account is not hiss. The Trump campaign also denies involvement. Cuomo said. How ugly how divisive How poisonous How disgusting. Rich

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Protests continue as New York City renews restrictions for COVID-19 hot spots

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Protests continue as New York City renews restrictions for COVID-19 hot spots

"Still no arrests despite violent protests in Borough Park against restrictions in the city's Koven hot spots, Among other things, several journalists have been attacked. The mayor is pledging a clear policy to avoid a double standard, and the governor is offering a theory. As to why some people in the hot spots are so upset. Mayor De Blasio started his briefing by saying, It's going to be a tough time. But if everyone just follows the rules, the data and the science make very, very clear. We can stop. This challenge from turning into a full blown second wave and we must,

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De Blasio condemns New York City's Borough Park violence, attack on journalist

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

02:16 min | 3 weeks ago

De Blasio condemns New York City's Borough Park violence, attack on journalist

"Current uptick of Corona virus cases in Borough Park, Brooklyn. Last evening, there was yet another night of anti mask demonstrations accompanied by violence. WCBS reporter Rich Lam joins us now enrich. The mayor was grilled about that today by reporters, right. That's right, Linda. So a little background here On Tuesday, a mob of people opposed to wearing masks attacked a photographer and a bystander and no one was arrested. Last night, the mom attacked Jacob Corn blew a reporter for the Jewish insider, pinning him to a wall, calling him a Nazi Hitler and a snitch and chasing him down the street. The NYPD rescued him but again made no arrests. Has the mayor put it today? There's something here that needs to be fixed right away, and he said it will be. He saw the attack on videotape and called it unacceptable. The mayor, then said something interesting. He disclosed that after Tuesday night's bonfire of the masks and a pair of physical attacks by the mob he had yesterday called NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea, he said Multiple times today. The mayor told us that he called Deputy Mayor Dean Fuller Hand about it. It is full of hand who is in charge of carrying out the mayor's agenda. So we're not sure who the good cop or the bad cop here might be. But we do know the top cop now presumably has heard from them both the message that what happened for the past two nights and borrow park better not happen again, especially if no one is held accountable. So rich. What reasoning did the mayor offer for what happened here? Well, Linda At one point, he said there were as he put it. Some issues with both the NYPD, his approach and the approach of the cities. Legal team. He said They did not understand the state's guidance was unclear what that had to do with anything. But the mayor did acknowledge that it's a difficult, insensitive situation because we're having to tell the outbreak communities that we're going to have to turn back to the way we did it in the spring, and he noted. No one wants to hear that. I understand it, but we have to do it, The mayor added. We have to make sure we don't have a full blown second wave and still be CBS reporter Rich Lam what the latest from Mayor de Blasio Maybe

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New York to ‘Rewind’ Re-Opening in Hard-Hit Neighborhoods

Mark Simone

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

New York to ‘Rewind’ Re-Opening in Hard-Hit Neighborhoods

"Down place and down in place parts of in parts Brooklyn of Brooklyn and Queens and because Queens of because the spike of the in spike Corona in virus Corona cases virus there, cases there, and it's not and it's sitting not well sitting with well members with of members the Orthodox of the Orthodox Jewish Jewish community community done essential. done essential. Businesses Businesses in Borough Park in Borough are Park already are already closed closed for the Jewish for the holiday, Jewish holiday, So the enforcement So the enforcement test comes test next comes week, next and week, Jacob and Jacob is ready. is ready. There's no law There's that no law says that I says have to I wear have a to mask. wear a mask. He doesn't appreciate He doesn't appreciate the government the government overreach, overreach, the mayor, the the mayor, governor, the let governor, all let these black all these lives black matter lives Protests matter Protests but they come but tto they come nice, tto nice, decent decent neighborhood. neighborhood. They and they're trying They and they're tow. trying tow. Enforce rules Enforce like rules Nazis. like Nazis. Some believe Some they're believe being targeted they're being targeted because the community because the community overwhelmingly overwhelmingly supports supports Donald Trump. Donald Trump. Alice Alice Stockton, Stockton, Rosine E Rosine W. E Our W. News. Our News.

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Brooklyn  mulling fresh restrictions amid virus spike

Mark Simone

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

Brooklyn mulling fresh restrictions amid virus spike

"And down place in parts of Brooklyn and Queens because of the spike in Corona virus cases there, and it's not sitting well with members of the Orthodox Jewish community done essential. Businesses in Borough Park are already closed for the Jewish holiday, So the enforcement test comes next week, and Jacob is ready. There's no law that says I have to wear a mask. He doesn't appreciate the government overreach, the mayor, the governor, let all these black lives matter Protests but they come tto nice, decent neighborhood. They and they're trying tow. Enforce rules like Nazis. Some believe they're being targeted because the community overwhelmingly supports Donald Trump. Alice Stockton, Rosine E W. Our News.

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Protesters burn masks in Brooklyn, New York City, over Cuomo's crackdown on religious gatherings

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:02 min | 3 weeks ago

Protesters burn masks in Brooklyn, New York City, over Cuomo's crackdown on religious gatherings

"Of a day after a group of people burned face masks in Borough Park, Brooklyn as a protest of their neighborhood. Being one of the nine in which Governor Cuomo ordered businesses in school shut down again because of spiking covert numbers the past few weeks. The governor responded today the way to break the bag of the pandemic, his to stop it at its shorts. That's why the governor is targeting the Redstone clusters to spread is inevitable. If we do not control the hot spot, there's anger among religious leaders, especially in the your tax Jewish community. Some people are unhappy. I understand it, Cuomo says. He's not playing favorites Kids has about science. It Actual case data by address off the case by address of the case, and then you put them all on a map and you see a cluster, the Koven ringing the hot spots his five times the state average. Peter Haskell that city as his radio

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"boro" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

09:42 min | 2 months ago

"boro" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Hello were nerds welcome to this soothing episode of the dictionary. I'M GONNA speak like this the whole time. But in the last episode I was yawning a lot and I think every time I looked down. which I was doing most of the time I don't know it just made me on. So. Let's try and not make that happen this time. The first word is born B. O., R. N. adjective from. The before the twelfth century, one, a brought forth by or as if by birth one, be synonym is native. Usually used in combination as in American, born, one-seat, deriving or resulting from usually used in combination again as in poverty born crime to a having from birth specified qualities as in a born leader. To be being in specified circumstances from birth as in nobly born also is in born to wealth three destined from or as if from birth as in born to succeed. This is from. Old English Boren or Bhairon, which means to carry and there's more at the word bear. Next. Is Born again two words they hyphen adjective from ADP eighteen, sixty one sorry. Had some guests that came out like a burp one of relating to or being a usually Christian person who has made a renewed or. Commitment faith especially after an intense religious experience never to having returned to or newly adopted an activity. A conviction or a persona especially with a proselytizing zeal how do you say that word proselytizing I thought there was a t h in their proselytize, but maybe not as in a born again. Conservative. This is from the verse in the Bible. That says except a man be born again, he cannot see the Kingdom of God from some letters and numbers. Are Right now we have the word born, but this one has an e at the end. It is the I form past participle of the word bear be our. Second form of born adjective from Circa Fifteen, fifty, nine transported or transmitted by, and that is used in combination as in soil born or airborne. Next is Borneo or Borneo. B. O. R. N. E. O. L. Noun from eighteen seventy six, a crystalline cyclic alcohol C ten, h seventeen o h that occurs in two. And Nam Matry Americ- wet. And then an-and trio Merrick it goes over to the second line. Why is it that the hardest words go over two lines? And Nan trio merrick forms is found essential oils and is used especially in perfumery. This is from the the island of Indonesia called Borneo. Next is bore night. Noun from. Circa eighteen forty seven, a brittle metallic looking mineral that consists of a sulfide of copper. Consists of a read that correctly that consists of a sulfide of copper and iron and is a valuable copper or. This is from German. Let's see. Okay. Yes it is from. Ignacio von born. WHO DIED IN WO 179 not. Oh Oh boy I misread that. died in seventeen, ninety one was an Australian Mineralogy I. and. So They took his name and they made born knit B.. O. R.. And then we changed it with an e at the end for night. I thought that the one in seventeen ninety one was a right bracket, but it is not. All. Right. Next is borough B. O. R. O.. It is a prefix which means Boron as in Boro. Silicate. Next. Is Borough hydride now known from nineteen forty, the an-and be h four of Boron. And it looks like there's a minus sign next to the four but super script I don't know what that means. So the end of Boron and hydrogen that is used especially as a reducing agent and as a source of hydrogen atoms also any of various compounds as of metals containing the borough hydride antion I don't know what an anti on is but I'm sure I read it before. Next is Boron. Noun from eighteen twelve, a try vaillant metal Lloyd element found in nature only in combination and use the specially in glass and. And then it says, see the element table Moronic is an adjective. You just switch the be with an m. and you have something completely different moron. MORONIC. Next is Boron. Carbide, now, from Circa nineteen o nine, a refractory shiny black crystalline compound before see that is one of the hardest known materials and is used especially in abrasives and as a structural reinforcing material. Next is borough silicate or. Silicate it is a noun from eighteen seventeen, one, a silicate containing Boron in the antion and occurring naturally number two synonym is borough silicate glass, which is our next word Noun from nineteen thirty three, a silicate glass that is composed of at least five percent oxide of on and is used especially in heat resistant glassware. Next is borough This is the one that I mentioned a couple of episodes ago B. O. R. O. U. G. H. Noun from. Before the twelfth century one, a medieval fortified group of houses forming a town with special duties and privileges. One be a town or urban constituency in great. Britain, that sends a member to parliament one see an urban area in Great Britain Inc for purposes of self government. To a a municipal corporation proper in some states as New Jersey and Minnesota corresponding to the incorporated town or village of the other states. To be one of the five constituent political divisions of New, York City. Maybe I can find out what those five are and number three a civil division of the state of Alaska corresponding to a county in most other states. This is from Middle English Burg So it's related you know you'll see Burg at the end of a Tau or at the end of a name of a town. In the that means a little a little town, a Burgh. From Middle English, Burg of old English Burg, which means a fortified town akin to the old high German Burg which means fortified place and probably to old English Bjorg, which means hill and there's more at the Barrow. Next is borough English. So yeah, just English after Borough Noun from the fourteenth century, a custom formerly existing in parts of England by which the lands of an into state descended to the youngest son. Okay interstate what is this word? It looks like interstate but they took the are. A custom formerly existing in parts of England by which the lands of an interstate descended to the youngest son. Alright. Borough English and last word is borough hall borough -Bio Oh. No B. O. R. O. U. G. H. and the Word Hall Noun from Nineteen Thirty eight a chief administrative building of a borough. And Yeah. That's all of them. So we had born born again born Bernie oil born night borough borough hydride Boron Boron Carbide borough silicate Brazil glass borough borough English, Borough Hall, I'm GonNa pick borough as the word of the episode So yeah, that's it. we are. At, the end of August we're almost at the very end of August. Now when I'm recording this, I'm in night even the really the middle of August yet. But you know I like to live in the future. Or the past depending on how you look at it. This has been Spencer dispensing information, thank you and goodbye..

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"boro" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"boro" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Hope you'll join us. We'll close today. Show with a recording featuring drummer Jimmy Cobb who died last week of lung cancer. He was ninety one. Among the many jazz recordings he's played on is the miles Davis album kind of blue one of the most popular albums in the history of Jazz? Here's a track from it. Long Fresh, air's executive producer is Danny, Miller? Our Technical Director and engineer is Bentham. Our interviews and reviews are produced and edited by any salad from the smyers San Brigger Lauren Criminal Heidi Simone to recent madden. They Challenge Seth Kelly and Joe will from. Molly seavy Nesper as our associate producer of digital media, Roberta. shorrock directs the show. I'm Terry Gross..

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"boro" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:02 min | 5 months ago

"boro" Discussed on Fresh Air

"I mentioned earlier. Like the titanic and the iceberg first, cousins Jude and Kennedy are fated to be on a collision course that will in time up in their sense of family and racial identity. Bennett is especially artful in delving into Stella situation, which at first, seems so cushy, but turns out to be fraught with the daily terror of being found out in a section of the novel set in Nineteen. Sixty eight. Stella's exclusively white. Brentwood neighborhood is up in arms because a black family has moved in. In a vexed hesitant, way Stella Finds, Herself Befriending Loretta the wife of the black couple. Daydreaming Stella imagines the relief of confessing her secret to Loretta. I'm not one of them Stella would say I'm like you. You're colored. Loretta would say Stella would tell her because she knew that. If it came down to her word verses Loretta, she would always be believed and knowing this Stella felt for the first time truly white. That's a pretty devastating. Truth contained in Stella's momentary fantasy. Again and again throughout this entertaining and brazenly improbable novel Bennett stops readers, or at least stop this white reader in their tracks with such pointed observations about privilege and racism. As another melodramatic novelist Charles Dickens recognized if you tell people a wild and compelling enough story. They may just listen to things they'd rather not hear Maureen. Corrigan teaches literature at Georgetown University. She reviewed the vanishing half.

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"boro" Discussed on Allegedly NYC

Allegedly NYC

13:38 min | 6 months ago

"boro" Discussed on Allegedly NYC

"What what are the Black Simone who care and every day I used to say to myself ten these guys and finally yet Miami promoted you houses straight of hell raiser you know you know it myself back did maybe. I could see you just moved through and get promoted police officers special assignment Sergeant Lieutenant Captain and finally when I became a cap. Did they say you know what he's talking to these guys and they broke? It brought me up on department to charge now. The police department has their own. They have their own court system. And we call it the hang a kangaroo court because you really normally plea because you never been in the court is already rigged against you and so we had a official trial. They Bromo Department to trial because we had a terrorist threat and they deployed police and the black and brown community and expose that is so they brought me up on charges for exposing and an after the trial. The I was running. I announced that I was retired to run for Senate and they said well. You know what you're not leaving here we you're not gonNA retire. We firing you. We're GONNA take your pension you gonNa let you just get out of here all the hell you raise. Why so we had a trial. Yeah we had a trial and after the trial the judge. That was making a decision. He says let me tell you something. I wish I could district so that you could be my state senator. Then we knew I was going to be found at that is insane. I wanted to get your opinion. You know it would to it tells you that the the ancestors in the universe will protect you. You just do your job you. Would you support. The ancestors will be there. They were protect you. I don't understand that and it doesn't mean it doesn't mean you know you're you're supposed to get to some destination that you want. It means that you are supposed to do the things that you need to do. And the destiny would take care so yes. I actually had a quote of yours. I you said once you said being mayor is the destination the beauty the journey. That's right I thought that was very powerful. We caught up. We get caught up on a destiny. People come and they and they say well you know what? I'll never vote for you for me. So I'd you're doing the work anyway. You're doing the work working doing. Yeah we're so focused on the destiny that we miss the moments of the journey. You know like I wouldn't know you too ladies. If I was in this journey night. Now be honest part journeys. I wanted to ask you quickly. how you're really at the root of all this stuff. And how do you remain sane? Just in general everyone's stress. Everyone's anxious with this whole scenario. You're really likes at the forefront of seeing how this affects communities like what do you do to remain thane like that? I was telling my team today. I have a small group of tea. Like all of my staff have about sixty five. Staffers and all of them are operated remotely from home. A there's about five of them of that. Say Listen I want to in this. You know their their spirits that war correspondents made of they wanna be on the ground because the battle is different you a marine or view an Air Force Marine. Your senior real. I see these soil mask of nurses that warm ask for a week. I see you know what it is when I knock on a door and see people inside that thing getting you want to grab is different. And what you absorb underground actually becomes part of your permanent registry and you can either can break your spirit soul or if you use it and say that. I'm here to alleviate the pain people fill it up with your spirit is so you all of a sudden out of all of this madness you find purpose and that purpose is more driven. Then the pain and Momma said to me long ago son. If you're fortunate to live long enough you're going to be misfortunate to experience pain so you need to learn how to turn pain into purpose and where I am right now. I am turning all this pain into portraits energized. Going tonight. You and out Massoud Nights and residents. I'm energized when I leave a fool to first responders energize when I'm at the train station and seeing only black and brown people coming into the train station to go to a supermarket and fill the show and they see me there and here that I'm saying that you matter all that energy absorbing and that is why I don't see the anxiety of this I see that this is a this is a purposeful moment and I think you know the create a blessed us. I'll be able to be around right now that we can help people while they're at the darkest moment imagine going through life and you don't have moments like this. I'm so happy to be engaged in this right now. This is what is all about. We're lucky to have people like you out there doing the salute. They absolutely. You'll be honestly become a soldier with all this and I've I've been watching you and I'm really excited to Actually I'm excited. I'm GonNa vote for you. You have already our phone you have are. You need me to stuff envelopes. I'm here let us know how we can help you on. Your Journey was to Colin's Second calm and running for mayor in a bad place we place and we don't need someone who just has political aspirations city is hurting so bad and win a challenging time and if you're not really committed dedicated as smart enough to make the city city function we should not have been caught flat-footed corona buyers. We should not have a you know I do hospital system. Some get healthcare and others is sick care. Altruistic can learn we should have access to quality education. We should be feeding people help people in our jails and hospitals schools. And I'll senior sent. We need to change what we are doing. It is broken so maybe God said to us. Listen it's time to Ted this down so we can build it back up correctly off moment. Yes yeah right right right right well say we may have reached a Solomon and Gommorah period in our lives and sometimes the savior comes in and change everything around flow on my God. Well everyone listening. Eric Adams Debbie running for mayor next the vote for his ass. I WanNa thank you so much for joining us. This really means a lot to us a lot of times. You're doing a lot of times like we are not really seen by the world at large and Delana representative so you being here really means a lot to us our listeners. Thank you so much for your time to you. What you're doing we're partners in this. You know you're serving vital role of getting information out and we cannot thank you enough. Podcast will change the globe because now people listened on a graduate level. I appreciate you both. We believe that fast. Thank you so much out there. Even stuff envelope in here for you. We're here God. Well everyone that was Eric Adams. You heard it from him. I that was great so inspiring. So I'm looking forward to seeing what he's GonNa do in the city. I think it's GonNa. It's so inspirational I even just talking about the food thing that hit me close to home because I lost my father two diabetes and he went to the whole. He did all the medication. The doctors told him to do I. If he would have had the Mojo did do the Internet and like you know really research he probably would still be with us you know. And and and hearing that from him Was I opening? Especially if you're a person who has a certain age too because you know we get stubborn sometimes and he no. He changed his his whole life. And that was something good to hear. Yeah we were talking about earlier how it's also like embedded in our communities as people of Color we have this sort of. I don't know I feel like it's also attached to this my cheese small. Where there's all this branding of like eat meat. Eat steak eat this way. You're to be a tough tough person. And then like you know people were just like are the the fridge is always stocked with meats and lake. You know and then it's also convenience when you have a large family and your your income is level easier to buy in bulk and just you know not really focus on eating well but there are ways and I think it's important to put that information out there and that's what I love about Eric. Who's actually getting that really important detail you know like he gets me excited about politics like like a little. Heo See there never was in politics and so like L. C. Came around and now he's also make elevating me in another way to like also do my part. I honestly I. It's exciting. I feel like the I feel like what happened. Twenty sixteen has shifted away unfil- as well like I hate what happens and I'm hearing voices that we that That came out of that frustration and anger. And and we're I think we're at a place where we're hearing newer voice says and they're being heard and we're listening and it's refreshing and I'm all for it. I'm all for I'm here. I'm I whoever who is just trying to push people in a positive path and calling motherfuckers too at the same time and Eric. Sorry I liked Eric. He talked about the things. That people aren't saying you know all the under like when the surgeon general was on TV talking to black and Brown communities talking gibberish. You're not acknowledging. The fact that these are the essential workers that are the ones in the frontline that the ones that are the ones packed on the subways. They're the ones that are not protected at the supermarkets. Who are more at risk you know? It's not just because we're drinking and smoking in like visiting our moms and POPs I know I know and there was a Lotta irresponsibility that happens. prior to like during the You know when things finally started closing even for myself I. It took forever for the company. I work for to finally say okay. It's time for you to stay home. I'm at that point. There was no one else like it was just me essential workers. I'm GONNA Social Worker. I fucking designed bathing suits but I felt like you know and it was like essential workers like homeless people and Unfortunately people that were using free. Leo's like all right. Fuck it but we're but we're but it came to a point where I didn't feel You know they talk about how. How about me and how is GonNa get actually annoying me about tweeted to? I'm like why are you still going to work? That's you at risk for what's a bathing suit for this company brought to you in the first place like not at all and how they contacted me sense are you okay. How're you doing now? So this is why. Everyone's going to shift their shit when the gates go down meeting him to see you know if if we have the option more options to shift gears and if these companies ended up opening up again and if you have other opportunities to be in a in an environment that they can give a shit about you take that opportunity you might have to pay cut. Whatever may be like. I think I value Companies actually care Rather than check at this point But I I honestly I got sick anything either. I got sick. I definitely got sick. I couldn't get tested. I'm sure it was from each still travelling to the city horse. You know like but do they know that I got sick now. Did I was going to be petty..

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"boro" Discussed on Allegedly NYC

Allegedly NYC

13:07 min | 6 months ago

"boro" Discussed on Allegedly NYC

"All of these medicines and just in resonate with me and so. I said hold on for a moment. They don't want to put me on insulin right away. My diabetes was that the delay stages wow and I just refused to succumb to that. Because my mother was diabetic for fifteen years is seven years on insulin and I said that's not the life I wanted to live and so I decided to you know I like to say I became scientific in onto Google and googled reducing diabetes. Your own doctor. Sometimes you know all of this information came and I was able to connect with. Some doctors flew down to see one in Ohio. And that doctor gave me information about my diet and he said listen. If you change your diet you're gonNA reverse diabetes and return to the city. A clean up cupboard. Nothing helped he was in my covered. Everything was processed and I started to go on a whole foods plant based Diet and within three weeks. My eyesight cleared up. Wow Vision loss when away? Three months later monarch damage went away. My ulcer went away of my cholesterol normalize my psa normal my my dad. At that time the prostate cancer that normalized. My mother then followed me eighty years old. She went on a hopeful plant based Diet and diabetic. For fifteen years and two months she got off the insulin. Amazing that admitting that's the power of rates so is so when I started to dig into this so wait a minute all about is a losing their kidneys. GonNa Kidney Dialysis. The kidney disease doesn't running out community it's not in our DNA. It's out dinner. That's news and Gone Blind. Losing amputation. The number one cause of non trauma. Amputation is diabetes. You know number one of all of these issues and so we went on this pursue and I started to do an analysis and watch what repeat and wet feeding our people who that is causing a crisis in the first place. No matter where you go you know the deepwater. This the food we eat came from the plantation. We're eating the slave master. Food must be semi looking. Look at those rose sewing machine. This insane cycle that keeps going around and around and noticing like even during this insane time at like all of a sudden. I'm seeing more and more fast food. Commercials there's no commercials like from trader dozens of commercials but there's no Education I'm like here's what you could do during this time to. Maybe like work on your health. All I'm seeing like Popeye's and and The you know McDonald's all these like you know you can get all this food for twenty dollars. You Feed Your Whole Families for twenty bucks but in the end they this is out of the after the gates open we become have normalized. We're not going to be that healthy. Say this when you think about it now we have you corner and all your children are going to be able to say that she can come up. Is Hunger thing right right now? Out of like you know if they make it to they making it to reasonable that you know 'cause our you know everyone's job so of course. Everyone's going to get one you. That's also I wanted. 'cause we hear we talk a lot about gentrification you know because we're like Puerto Ricans from born and raised in New York so obviously that's affected us a lot and it's I feel like that's a part of this too because it's like you know people are pushed out of their communities and then but they're the ones working at those markets that sell all this organic healthy expensive food but they can't even afford to buy the food at the market that they work at let alone pay their own rent. So it's like a stroke even gentrification so like seeps into all this stuff too it's really just been right and then there's the arrogance that comes with it you know the attitude that comes with it here you've been here. You're the supermarket you you stock the shelves and People WanNa look downward and disrespect. You don't want to come in and be part of the community but come in and displace your cultural norm. Why does people making so much noise on Sunday? Church right yeah we talk about a lot like in neighborhoods like that are like in. Bushwick all the Latin neighborhoods. People are moving in calling the cops on the kids playing outside or playing music but we play dominos outside. We had the fire hydrants open where industry like. That's part of our culture. You can just go there and then criminalize. It's it's really it was. That was what the heart of my go to go back to Iowa comet was about it was about. I love listening to leave someone. This this is where people were doing now. The other council people who come to the city and fit in. But you don't use government to resources to target people you know we one of the great restaurants up in Washington heights and my man Fernando Material La Marina excellent plays man. It's a beautiful place. That was the whole drug strip. At one time he came in he cleaned it up. Yet of three hundred employees. He spent six million dollars renovated. New arrivals came in. They call the police. They got tired of seat in of folks of color going using this this place for years. The police came in and set up road. Blocks ten blocks away from his place is stop cars from being able to drive down the block and they destroyed his business started Hitting them with citations. He lost the whole business. Some white guy came in and took over time we hit. We hit that all out to the community is being destroyed up in Washington Heights area. All of those small clubs places where people go to funny like ever since this covert hit us. All those people actually did go back to Maho an Iowa late. They're not even here late. You left you now. They're gone which is kind of all of them. But I'm like okay here and ruined everything. GonNa Leave New Yorkers Fiber of the fitness clearly the New Yorker to use anywhere. My block has been really. I'm trick so we got little little freak so that being said I'm wondering how like do you think this is going to affect gentrification like after when we're supposed to be going back to normal like is that going to affect the city and like things are going to change after this is what our focus should be now because would first of all new norm. The norm that we were used to. It will never be the same and win the new norm and we need to adjust to that There's going to be some new business opportunities that are going to open and we need to be ready to engage ourselves in those business opportunities. There's going to be a lot of resources coming from the city the state and federal level. What we can't do is allow them to do what they did. With the stimulus money. They put stimulus money into businesses but now businesses attempting to apply for that money. They're saying hey. We ran out before the ink was dried on the stimulus bill. They already told the people they wanted to tell. We need to be carved out part of legislation and the stimulus money for those communities that are hardest hit that needs to be written into the language. We're GONNA look those communities that were hardest hit and that is what we're going to ensure we have a rebuilding process. There s includes the house. That's include job training that includes educational opportunities so we need to focus so the corona virus discriminate. But I'll policies and practices did discriminate and we need to make sure that recovery does not discriminate while well put. This is the moment that we can agree shift society and really. That's the only silver lining haired like for for me. When I what I see happening right now I wanted to talk a bit you or police officer and a captain also right and I heard you WanNa tell us this story about why. You became a police officer and I wanted. I thought I wanted you to share that with us. There was two times in my life where I found myself doing something not because I wanted to but because I was called to and I think there's a different interaction When you call linked to do something and Policing was one of those times As a child my brother and I we were arrested and the police officers that arrested us in Queens one third precincts the same precinct with Sean. Bell was shot and killed and police officers after we were sitting there. They didn't chason picked us up from school. I was fifteen at the time. And they while they feel now the reports said you feel like a beatdown and we didn't know what it what they meant and it took us downstairs suited precinct. And they're they want to beat us. They kicked US repeatedly in our grind over and over again that would only flip plays that they hit us and for week of both of us were urinating blood for a week throughout that whole process. Never told my mother to became adults and Manley right and I. It was fascinating how an incident can impact people differently. Your brother left that encounter. I still think he suffers from mental health issues. Because of that you'd left it angry e traumatize and would have you. I've never forget going to the counselor of part of the of our sentencing was that I had to go to a counselor and I was just such an angry person at that time of my life. That the counselor sat down and spoke to both of us. She told my brother. I want you to come back next week. She says Eric. You don't even have the barber coming back you know. She saw it as there was no recovery for me. You know in that interaction and so later Some years later young man was killed named His name escapes me but he was shot by a housing. The housing cop shot him for no reason at all. He walked up to the car and so the cops sit out front. He exit copy says officers. Are you coming from my apartment? The officer pulls out his gun and shot him and killed him and I was part of an organization called the Black Knight of Front at the time and the we protested. The officer was found. Not Guilty of because. They said he had an epileptic seizure. The boys and no CJ exists but the judge and the jury is still found not guilty and after the trial of a few men that I really I was quite of a group called what are called black united front. They came to thirteen of us. A said we want you to go into policing of each one that you someone into the Department of Corrections someone who to call someone into Housing Police Transit Police NYPD separate departments at one time and they said we watch out to fight from within. And I was a kid. You know these guys. I was just at that time. I couldn't hear police sirens without reliving that beaten. I couldn't see a police show on TV. I could see a police car. You 'cause you know your mind holds onto things vows. They were smart enough to know in order for me to get through. It had to go back in it and I wanted to the police department and became a Bee's we started..

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"boro" Discussed on Allegedly NYC

Allegedly NYC

08:15 min | 6 months ago

"boro" Discussed on Allegedly NYC

"Listening to allegedly NYC. How are you get to see both of you? We're great leisurely. Thank you so much for joining us today. Report where you're very casual. You're a busy man you know just trying to we call the grinding yes. The grinds the hustle Israel. We're all New Yorkers here. We're all New Yorkers here. I'm from Sunset Park Brooklyn. Avon you just South Bronx okay. Nice Nice Nice and you were. There's where are you from your from route Phil Brownsville and South Jamaica Queens awesome location about that Tattoo on my hand. Yes Oh you spook that it i. This is the name of my album. My first album lost in lust. Mckay has lost in less. Put them together. I think tank you take them separately. They had to be put together. This is true in the marriage girl. Over Claire Yes. Are we on your end? We're good great well. So as New Yorkers where the epicenter of what's going on right now which is really intense especially for people who are like and raised here and today I wanted to talk a bit about how pandemics often expose these underlying issues within societies and how certain people are cared for while others are ignored. You know specifically now. We're seeing that this really disproportionately affecting black and brown communities. So I wanted to talk a bit about how we can use this moment to sort of like I feel like there's a magnifying glass on these issues right now and it's a good time to address them and hopefully shift towards a better society. I you know we should. We should this. Situation is like an onion and we should pill back each layer to get a full understanding. If you don't you'll miss it The thing we should Examined my belief is that we had a place right now and any major crises. You are in the a search and recovery fakes Phases that you're saying that there are still bodies alive and we need to find them. The recovery is that you're going to go in and get those dead bodies and just make sure they have a dignified burial and I don't want to look at the corona virus crisis that we have shifted to the recovery phase. We're still in the phase. We can still say bodies. We have to stop doing the things that we did. Which is we ignored black and Brown people in this city in this city. We divided the city into two categories. And when we did it I said to my staff that's coded language that we use in right now. When we said essential employees go out nonessential employees stay home. We basically said the essential employees over seventy percent of the essential employees are black and brown people and overwhelming number of immigrants. So those who were nonessential they were able to stay home and run. The city do their laptops and listened to their children. Call around on the floor and they were able to be a safe zone. That in itself was wrong. But let's take you to more steps. The second step is that we told the essential employees that you are supposed to go your job without any protective equipment with the full understanding. That people should be sheltered in place. You're not shelter in place with the full understanding that you should have six foot difference. You're not doing six difference. We're going to send you out there to make sure our abruptly on shelves when we call each you showa when it's time to drive trains and buses. You're going to be there so we're going to have you folks run our city while we and I'll save the HABE. Now here's the real dangerous part of its. You heard all the time the reason we couldn't give to nurses who are predominately black and Hispanic and Caribbean we couldn't we couldn't get a PP's personal protective equipment to all of the other essential employees because we didn't have enough that is the biggest lie that we bought and we started keep talking about. There's a global supply out there and we gave the city and state countless number of distributors. That has had reached out to us. And say hey. These cats never called us back able to get thousands upon thousands of donated personal protection equipment. I'm donating equipment to my hospitals. I'm donated to ACS employee school crossing guards. Correction officials. A nurse's why am I able to get it? And they're unable to purchase it on the largest large scale. The urgency was never us? There was never planned. I want you to go back and look at the brief instrument. Everyone there was never a plan. You have to fight this virus on two fronts. You have to fight it as it intervention for those who have it you have to intercede and assist them and then you have to fight it. As pregnancy there was never a prevention plan we never which communities that had lodged a preexisting conditions. And say his plan so that you won't be Sade. We want testing it out communities we were telling our mothers and grandmothers. Okay you know what go back home. They went back home and many of them died. We would not providing the food to them. We would not using telemedicine so there was no plan for the seventy percent is so that close. We got corona virus. He went home to an overcrowded apartment with his children and families in his grandmother because remember folks are living in three or four generations and he let them. They went to the hospitals. Like in Queens. Will you have a high immigrant? Community Sunset Park High Immigrant community a Central Brooklyn high immigrant community all of these essential employees infected. Their family members were not diagnosed. So they can cortina themselves because we were not tested. Remember we put out an order. That said we only gonNA test you. You emit if you're admitted to the hospital and then we didn't admit you to the hospital we sent you home. It was. This was the greatest experiment on black and Brown people sister to ski experiment. Yeah this is so fucked up. It's really really insane. And you recently wrote an op Ed. That I found super interesting and I thought it was a really good topic to talk about like you have all the essential workers success so evident and everyone's on the subway and stuff but you are also talking about how Because you know people of Color live in these food swamps and have less access to healthy foods that that would treat underlying illnesses in the first place and I thought that was such an interesting and important thing to also touch upon. Because you know I'm coming from this space only my professional capacity. I'm coming from in my personal capacity. You know had type two diabetes. I lost my sight and my left try. They told me I was going to be blind in the year. Had permanent nerve damage in my hands and feet of the Detroit. I was going going to lead to amputation at an ulcer. High blood pressure high cholesterol. The Black and Brown package and when the doctors told.

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"boro" Discussed on Allegedly NYC

Allegedly NYC

09:05 min | 6 months ago

"boro" Discussed on Allegedly NYC

"Oh my God girl the other the other day I I finally left the house finally because I needed to move my body because I was just like body I need my body so he got a citi bike girl. That can't it's like me. Choose me picturing kermit. The Frog writing bicycle with the League's lowest. Basically me yeah. I got US city bike and I wrote across the Williamsburg Bridge but I was shocked at how packed it was at how many people were picnicking parks and lakes all around there was. I mean I'm like shouldn't this? I was confused myself. I actually took a little walk myself and I walk by. I live in Bush mix. I walked by Marina Maria Hernandez Park and normally that bridge has been closed. She's been close and homegirl was open. I was like say word. I was like Chris. Rock happen So I'd I so I walk through because I actually needs to go to. I was trying to get to Wilson. Sounds like this is crazy so I walked through. I'm glad I have the whole shit on. Obviously but all these long literally blading Lake Nancy Kerrigan in the middle of the park. Like like with no mask no shit. Nothing on all the Brown. I had a mask and gliding grow the whole shit right. So I'm Spinazzi. Kerrigan is is is literally you roller skating in the middle of depart or yeah and then and then you have lake they. They left the house too so there was like obviously the hot little skaters Nancy Kerrigan. And then everyone sitting on the benches social distancing sitting so I was like all right at least their social distancing city but the people that are sitting are wearing. The Brown people are wearing masks so all the way people were. I mean the majority carrier without worrying. Oh my God who will put the Tisdale brewing honey. Someone's still brewing T. Someone is still green. Tea Advocate for you girl. You know what I did have the corona so I need a little team ginger and Akilah. I sit at all so last week in Narsey. There were rewards of a large gathering canarsie Brooklyn Interesting Guy. I know when officers arrived. They found a large crowd gathered inside a shop filming a rap video for rapper named Kelly King Kelly. They were planning on having an after party at the space. Also to root for you girl. I was rooting for you. Why they they said they were not social distancing. Obviously although some were wearing masks I'm sure they were like matching outfits. Clearly pray mass before all this shit went down anyway. Nearly one hundred officers surrounded the store like I don't think that's necessary though one hundred officers like what are you all like. Shouldn't you be under the subway? It's like now's the time for you to be in the subway to protect people you know. Usually they're they're bullying black and brown boys. But now it's like you know it's Kinda dangerous than the subway right now. You should be. They're protecting people instead of getting bogged old school style. Left and right in the subways I if this is a social gathering I feel like maybe three cups at the most. Just say hey guys not cool not your moment's You should do zoom video. Shut it down. I love that people are getting on the train. That makes me happy. Oh we have another little pedal this little a little taste like meat so shake shock you know. They applied for one of these business loans out there giving out to every poll. Small small independent businesses like shake shack. They really need it right because they're one hundred eighty nine spots in the. Us owned by celebrity rich restaurant tour. Danny Meyer they receive a ten million dollar Federal Lona through the Corona Virus paycheck protection program. He did it. Need a fucking bailout. I'm sorry grow and then you are all these other. Small independent businesses couldn't apply for any of the loans because the money was gone. Of course it was rape shake Jack who has a line across the block every other fucking day. 'cause I shake and then you have more multiple locations now because you right before that you were in a park in the middle of Twenty Three Twenty Third Street. You have location. You're fine you don't need ten million dollars girl. Well you know what they so. This is the team. They gave back the ten million dollars federal loan. Oh little consciousness your fries. Okay conscious with my friends. I love the hamburger with a little conscious conscious price conscious fries. That's that's GONNA be their new on their menu conscience conscience fries with animal style. What are the animal style? Sorry the in the in and out get alone. I'm curious they give it back. They shouldn't nation again. Everyone's always in the fucking in and out Burger girl. I don't know what's happening. California did chick-fil-a because Chick-fil-a Helluva phobic. Yeah I yeah. I don't honestly I would be. That would be fucked up as they got fucking bailout is. They're fine and I'm sure they're honestly probably opened a lot of locations. Here's another kettle honey. So landlords eager to get their checks from their tenants because they can't fuck in figure out how to like be a part of the system and support people So now they resorted to illegal activities by checking online if people have received stimulus checks. Hey legal head our own. The building building building. Sorry now owned the building. Are you kidding me? No they've been to the. Irs launched a new portion of their website. Where you can log on and check the status of your stimulus chuck and if it's direct deposited or not mailed so they've been illegally hacking that to check on people's social security numbers and see if you got your check and I guess what are they planning on doing. They're going to be knocking on your door. Like I know you got your stimulus addition. You're like how do you know in the end of the day that similar structures one check? You're not gonna you sure you want it fine. But you're GONNA take it. You'RE NOT GONNA see next month's rent so I mean personal. It's insanely illegal insanely and now and now you're going to go to a lawsuit. I hope I wonder you. These fillets check on a on a lawyer thank growing young. Landlords have been doing dave been trading sex for rent. Not I mean they've been like you know basically saying you can like probably like suck my Dick and for the month. I mean I'm down. I mean just kidding. I'm just kidding I would have that shit. `Kay that first of all that's not saying that is not six feet apart depending on who took one of my God. Well I'm so excited for our guest today. We have the Brooklyn Borough President Eric. Adams who's also the Euro candidate for two thousand twenty one coming on allegedly to talk about how cove in nineteen is disproportionately affecting black and brown communities. And what we can do to shift the dynamic of our society when this is over and I can't wait to pick his brain. I've I've been doing my research. Everything it says on Mike Amen. So I'm really excited. I'm really excited. Yeah everyone you know. We wear convinced. I think we're going to vote for him so tune in and see and you make your choice now. I'm ready to invite him to Thanksgiving to mother's all right. We'll we'll be right back with Brooklyn Borough President Eric. Adam s.

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"boro" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

12:59 min | 8 months ago

"boro" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"The presidential race will be over soon the race for Queens. Borough President that is I'm jared Murphy from city limits Dot Org and this is Ben Max from Gothenburg's edge. Good to see how you doing. I'm doing well good. You're sounding better and that's good. I'm doing I'm doing mildly better But I'm excited about both a lot of things happening in the political world the presidential race the US presidential race the primary for the Democratic nomination and then of course the subject for a good chunk of today's show which will be the race for Queens. Borough president a special election. Now if you're listening and you live in Queens this is especially pertinent to you and we'll be dedicating a good chunk of the show today to the Special Election. Mcqueen's borough president. Early voting starts this Saturday and election. Day Is March twenty. Four th so. It's upon us if you don't live in. Queens this is also important to you first of all. We have a little bit of the show. The top hero on other matters. But also the Queens borough president you know borough presidencies are important positions in certain ways. We'll get into that later. They're largely ceremonial and other ways. But they're also they've been springboards. David Dinkins was Manhattan Borough President and became mayor You know we've seen other people send their Morton positions. They have influence around the city. So this is not just a show for Queens residents but especially for Queens Certainly if queens were an independent city it would be. I think the fifth largest in the country it's bigger than Houston with two point three million people or so and one of the things that we see a lot in our reporting city limits and you had gotten gazette to. I'm sure is that the boroughs really are very interconnected especially when it comes to things like housing and economic development so at one point recently the Bronx or not so reasoning. I guess the Bronx Poached freshdirect from means to to the Bronx Obviously we had the controversy over Amazon which was going to be a queens project but obviously potentially affect on the whole city and we've certainly seen over the years in a lot of different contexts with a lot of nuance the discussion about development shaping life in other boroughs. Staten Island during the Bloomberg Administration largely down zoned very much at the behest of local leaders to reduce density that then constricts the amount of development and population. Staten Island can absorb and if the city is growing. That would by simple math suggest. The other boroughs have to absorb that so definitely steppingstone for being mayor A very big potentially big player on the stage the current borough president last year prison to Queens is now a district attorney which means if past practices and indication. Melinda Katz is likely to be in the news the next thirty five or forty years And so yes. Something very significant thing for for everyone. I will also say As someone who was while I was born in Manhattan born and raised so to speak in Queens That this is important. Subject Matter At Heart for me a family in Queens. If you're listening from Queens. Start texting other people who live in Queens and tell them to tune in because it's very important to be ready to vote here in the Queens borough president special election with early voting starting on Saturday and then Election Day March twenty fourth. So we're going to be joined in a few minutes by two Queens Journalists who have been focusing on the race David brand of the Queen's illegal and Christine Chung of the city a new site and they'll break down for us the candidates and the issues in the race and what to watch for. I'll just say again at the top here. Any registered voter in Queens can participate in this. It's a wide open election. This is not a primary. So this is not about party registration. If you're a registered voter in Queens and it believe you might even have a few days still to register to vote in this special election This election is important to you and you can vote in it and and so you should should tune in. So we're going to Segue to discussion of this Queensboro presence special election soon. We've got two great guests joining us in a couple of minutes special election for Queens borough president which is coming up. It is due to the fact that the position was vacated by Melinda Katz after she was elected district attorney of Queens and we now have a special election that will take March twenty four th with the lead up of early voting starting this Saturday suite of candidates And discussion today to help folks in Queens and around the city know what's going on and be prepared for that and so to discuss that race to break down candidate that's implications. Were joining very pleased to be joined by two great journalists David Brand. Who is the managing editor of the Queen's Daily Eagle and Christine Chunk of the Queen's who's a Queens reporter for the city David and Christine Welcome to maximum murphy? Jerry I gotta Say Amazing Segue on that fundraising thank you? Thank you very much. I practice that in front of the mirror all week. Some glad an activist showtime thing. I'm hosting a show on. Wbai now Sundays at six PM city. Watch the listening to you. Guys have been very helpful learning learning from the math and learning how to get a plugin right there. Up Pretty deft. Yeah we're we're we're meeting you for a few minutes here. Kristie will actually starting with Christine since. David already praised us to give her a chance to now. Yes so I guess. First and foremost I mean among everything that's going on and especially being a special election. Do you feel the people of Queens. The voters of Queens. No this race is is going on. Is there at least the expected level of awareness You would have projected I think that there is awareness of this race. Obviously there's been a lot of weed up to this with the DA race and Melinda Katz. Everyone knows that she's no longer the BP right And there have been countless firms. Already to this point But I do think that the recent concerns with the of virus not going to really help matters when it comes to early voting and also the special election in a matter of weeks So I think even though there is potential awareness of this race. I am curious what it's going to do to turn out have either seen candidates out on the stump. Are they shaking hands are they? Not Shaking. Hands are people approaching them. Does it seem like even more than usual. You know? People are running right by them at the subway stops In person this week yet but I have heard from camp today but they really are feeling a little bit anxious about what about the time that they are trying to canvas to get the word out and obviously they're already circulating Bush petition. Excuse me to get on the primary ballot And apparently it's turning out to be a little bit of a challenge obstacle David. What have you seen anything I I've seen just I haven't seen him in person. But just on social media Donovan Richards. Who's out by subway? Stations Cam saying a are shaking hands with each other more on But it's Kinda interesting. 'cause they're right now. There's a push among Candidates to to get the governor to change the petitioning rules require fewer signatures. And so you know there's there's like More insurgent candidates who kind of started that push but some of the county party establishment aligned. Candidates are also starting to get behind that so more of an effort definitely. Because what I'm hearing is people don't WANNA share pen. They are asking for hand sanitizer After they use someone else's pen to sign and they're just total scurrying by interesting the The people getting petition signatures and just to be clear for folks. You know the ballot for this special election is set. This is much more about Other elections coming up this year in the way that special elections work also in New York. There's a special election here. That's nonpartisan every registered voter in Queens can participate but then very quickly. There's a June primary and then in November general election. That could shake up the whole future of. Who's going to be the Queens Borough President? This special election is really just fulfilling out the rest of this year and then the winner of the June primary November general election will Take take the rest of the the term correct. There are meeting interesting. There is a forum. the other day at Queens College and one of the moderators Colin in from sitting. Say asked the candidates if they don't win March twenty four th special. Will they also run in the primary and there were four candidates their time and they all said that they would except for Jim Quinn. He said he wasn't sure yet. Let me just list the candidates for people real quick and then we can talk about them. And what differentiates them? So we've got Current City Council members Donovan Richards and cost Constantinidis. We've got former city council member Elizabeth Crowley. We have Jim Quinn Tao Yin and Anthony Miranda city council member. Jimmy Van Bremer will be on the ballot. But he's dropped out of the race. Let's set it up a little bit for folks who might not be steeped in this as much as as you all are and maybe we are. Obviously it's always good to be president. I was senior class president and so I get. I get to organize every reunion until I suppose I go to the Big Reunion. The Sky but to be borough president. What does that? What does that mean when you explain this to your to your voters in terms of what the stakes? What the implications are. What does that mean in terms of real power and what are the other kinds of soft powers or intrinsic values of the job wires so many folks including some you know accomplished local leaders Running for this. I feel like it. Because they're basically a cheerleader for the borough but position that other than normal community wins race. Bp's appoint community where members they appointed number to the city. Planning Commission and that way they can wield enormous influence and land use issues in the city But that being said obviously they don't have the power to legislate law So that in terms of the tangible things they can do is limited and they feel like it's more about being. The communities. Advocate cleaned his advocate. And then it seems like it is often times the position. That kind of springboard to the next thing we've seen a lot of Manhattan BP especially go for mayor and other positions successfully So I think it's a a long term long-term vision game kind of thing for a lot of experience politician three nuts and bolts functions. And that's like Christine said making Community Board Appointments Making Making Advisory Recommendations on land use issues and then wielding a pretty significant Capital Budget and discretionary budget but aside from that like you hear from a lot of the candidates pretty lofty visions for queens and talking about issues that they have no direct control over Whether they train the criminal justice too hot about bail reform from former Queens prosecutor Jim Quinn big opponent back but you know some some of the candidates including Quinn and Anthony. Miranda retired police sergeant. They say this is a mostly ceremonial position This is a bully. Pulpit we can hold public hearings. We can keep certain issues In the public eye and so like we both mentioned for Clinton that would be Railing against criminal justice reform and the plan to close rikers until the jailing Queens. So it's a long list of candidates. Ben Already read it off. And we've mentioned a few already but let's go down lists for listeners. Maybe who are in Queens? And this is their introduction to the race And we'll kind of bounce back and forth and talk about a quick introduction of who they are and kind of what they've been emphasizing in their campaigning. Dave maybe you could start a Donovan Richards. What what is his approach bin? He he has. He's says he's focuses. Affordable housing for the borough he has the support of the Queen's County Organization And a lot of elected officials have endorsed him especially like officials in southeast. Queens He's you know I think started out the race as one of the very top front runners I think you know. I think it's a wide open race right now but he definitely has a lot that establishment support and has broad appeal in southeast Queens. Where most of the voters are Black Council member in Southeast Queens? He's done a lot of work. Know with with kind of bridging the gap between public and private sectors when it comes to building housing So I think I think he is less associated with one specific issue as some of the other candidates are and he has kind of focused on a few and in addition to housing..

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"boro" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

06:57 min | 10 months ago

"boro" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"Situated on the Beautiful Cable Beach Baja Mar is a spectacular new resort destination. The Bahamas with your choice of three oceanfront hotels the Grand Hyatt SS Rosewood. This is the place to find your perfect blend of luxury relaxation and a lot of fun. Whatever you're looking for you can find it at Baja? Mar The Bahamas most exciting culinary destination. The resort is home to over forty restaurants bars and lounges ranging. From casual waterside eateries to high end chef driven dining experiences eleven glorious landscape pools acres of Pristine Beach Front and a soothing. espe- SPA offer endless relaxation. While guests find thrills at bomber casino an array of high energy nightspots and at the royal blue the most acclaimed new Gulf wars in the Caribbean be just a short flight from the US. Fifty minute drive from the airport. Bomb are is an easy getaway any time of year to book your next vacation. At one of the resorts three conaco tells and to explore winter specials including up to thirty five percent savings on your stay yes. Thirty five percent visit Baja Mar dot com. That's Baja Mar dot com B. A. H. A. M. A. R. dot com. This Day in history class is a production of iheartradio. Hey y'all I'm closing out the decade from the comfort of my own home but I'm so glad that she made it to the end of the year with me and still l.. The show must go on. So let's get into the last episode of the year today. December thirty first twenty nineteen. The day was December. Thirty first. Nineteen fifty-three Shulan. Jack was sworn in as borough president of Manhattan making him to highest ranking black elected municipal official in the US at the time. Jack was born in Saint Lucia. Jack's father was a minister and active and Marcus. Garvey's Universal Negro Improvement Association. Jack's family spent time on various Caribbean islands. But when he was a teenager he accompanied his father on a trip to New York City and state there even after his father returned. Learned to the Caribbean. Jack's plan was to get an American education to find work and to become involved in politics and he immediately said about reaching with those goals Jack enrolled in the New York evening high school and got his diploma in Nineteen Twenty Nine. He later took evening classes at New York University where he completed the three years of study toward a bachelor's degree in Business Administration Jack found work at a paper box factory and he managed to work his way from being a box walks cutter there to being the vice president of sales but as he witnessed more racism and discrimination jat turned toward a political career in nineteen eighteen thirty. Jack joined at the Democratic Party the next year he became a US citizen in nineteen thirty. Four he married Gertrude Hewitt with whom we had one child she died in nineteen thirty seven and four years later he married L. Mira Wilkinson. They also had one child together. Jack entered who to politics as millions of black people left the Republican Party to vote for Democrat Franklin D Roosevelt as president. He did face racism as he became more involved in the Democratic Party. But in nineteen forty he was elected to represent Harlem and the New York State Assembly he served as an assemblyman from nineteen forty one in one thousand nine hundred ninety three. After being reelected several times he became known as a Tammany Hall. Operative Tammany Hall was the Democratic Party Political Machine that had a lot of control in New York City and state politics from the late eighteenth century to the nineteen sixties the organization was known for its support sort of impoverished people at immigrants as well as its corruption but jack was also known for his advocacy for bills that struck down segregation and discrimination Shannon in nineteen fifty three as the Republicans moved toward choosing a black candidate for president of the borough of Manhattan. The Democratic Party decided to run Jack for office. Office he won the election becoming the first black person to hold office. Jack was the first black American to hold a major city elective close since reconstruction. It was a major win as to office came with a decent salary of twenty five thousand dollars and a lot of recognition power during his time in office office. Many improvements were made to the infrastructure in Manhattan and more public. Housing was made available. Even though some of the projects he supported proved controversial official he was reelected to a second term in nineteen fifty seven but during this term he ran into a political scandal that had an impact on his position. Jack was convicted of accepting illegal gifts of forty five hundred dollars after a contractor refuse to accept payment for renovations on his apartment. At at this point Tammany Hall's power was waning and some people were accusing Jack of being an uncle Tom for working within the system he resigned as borough president in nineteen sixty but he continued in politics and made good with constituents despite becoming involved in another scandal. Jack argued that so so much heat was on him because of his race he was reelected to the New York. State Assembly in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight and he continued serving as district leader of the Democratic Party. Party a position he held from nineteen forty six to nineteen seventy-two but jack would become embroiled in political scandal yet again in nineteen seventy two when he it was wrapped up in conflict of interest charges related to a community service firm that he was a partner in. He was convicted and sentenced to three months in federal prison. which which he served in one thousand nine hundred eighty three Jack went on to advise other politicians endorsed the controversial Lyndon H Larouche junior for the presidential nomination in nineteen eighty and become the founder and executive board member of the Schiller Institute? A political and economic think-tank. Jack died in New York. City in Nineteen Nineteen eighty-six his involvement and political scandals. The decline of the Tammany Hall political machine changes to political power was organized and a shifting shifting landscape of race in politics all complicated his legacy. I'm each jeff coat and hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did yesterday day and if you want to send us a note on social media you can do that at t d. I H Steve podcast on facebook twitter or instagram. or You you can shoot us an email at this day at iheartmedia dot com Thanksgiving always for listening to the show. And we'll see you again tomorrow..

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"boro" Discussed on CAMHS Talk

CAMHS Talk

11:50 min | 1 year ago

"boro" Discussed on CAMHS Talk

"Services during autism month which October when they will. We'll have like Halifax and Deborah Adams in town Saints Prison TESCO's all having protect time where people can go in and the lights will be doomed. The benign tunnel announcements announcements and just allowing people to access local services that have autism. These things are really important because personally I was diagnosed diversity at fifteen so bat gannon later diagnosis than mice. It wasn't really directed in the direction of anything so knowing this kind of things this would have been really helpful back then is is now really in navigating. These things travel I've previously. I've not been on a plane in years because Easterby so stressful now but now I know that the options open to me because these things are available I think that's the to me to me. That's the most important thing is around The more you know on the more people can can be aware of and the easy we can make that because in terms of too often it it can be near lodged loss pretty stressful In terms of guy certainly If you were to tell us as well having having a child with with with special educational needs in terms of that they have navigate or haven't additional support in in school or mission was also accessing services so then having the time then Google and search and do your own research. She's just you know I. It's it's putting a lot on family so the easy we can make that is in the easy. We can make it to navigate the system. I mean those examples are Nearly every single day where. We're discovering things I mean I'm working in the in in Bedford for quite a long time and I'm still discovering more and more services that I think are funny. I knew that I could think about two families of supported in the past and gone. You know I wish I knew that then. And that's I think so. It's not just this is just as important. I think clinicians tell us that all the time in terms they wished they could direct people to certain places have a look on this for certain areas We've got some really powerful stories of a mother who is on the phone to some of them early helping on Wall Street both on the phone together. They were both on the local offer looking up services and going over this this activity they could do or there's an autism screening Bedford in beverage anywhere that you could access address. Those are things that actually it makes front line delivery of services easier as what it does for instant information and if and so if I know cams obviously we've got a lot of our information about the services that we run but we're all so we're able to actually keep that information up today on way so organizations can can actually update their own information on the local four websites at right. SOCIA- your gap when you if you old as -ation it's new. We have a white that you can ring your email me. We can send that out over. We can talk to her over over the phone. Once you've registered which takes about hoffa lower maybe at the very most and that's where you put your information on and everything then then. The page comes through to myself. Chris and we'll approve and then like say Nikki is then you have the ability to update on. I had to score on the find this morning pagent and then when I was like yeah then problem all approve it now and there were update in late on the afternoon say schools compete. Details is about opening. Dan's we wear advertising things like at this podcast obviously We've all films that we've made with young people about about mental health. So it's not. It's not just think you raise the point earlier lucy before we start recording but we were talking about. It's not just special. Education patient needs it. We're actually you know oversee promote in mental health services as well. Yeah which is good. Because there's actually a lot of crossover between those kind one of things as well as I think it's important to cover as much ground as you can definitely I mean the the users Scum service films all on there And that was something that young people in I met with people who told me that certainly young people with more difficulties accessing information mation just in dense texts just didn't work for them They wanted information and content to be there In video form and I just the group not contact around that So obviously we're really fortunate in in in this local area in this group to be able to be able to go. We'll just pull this information on but The key thing then also around making sure that it is easy to find so one of the things that I think appreciate the time last week when when we all met was I was going through the keywords such functions because actually just going through making sure that anything that a young person might search for pulled him into the right direction say And on just picking up on Lucy's point we the local for should work for in terms of you know it it should work for. Es We have a duty to make sure there is up-to-date ESPEC- especially for those with special educational needs and disability And that is all focused. But if we're promoting inclusive groups and activities not in some of them yes may have You need to have certain needs to access they set groups but it should be a case of. You should be able to go then. You should hopefully find something you would be. We hope for all of our early help services for families on the list of information about social care and different up to support the economic says through children's services information about thresholds around here where where to go for different things how to act as early help So I mean all of that is as relevant relevant for four families without special educational needs disabilities. It just means that you know a a main focus those Also those families. We know we've children with special education disabilities or families with children who need or uneven to ask maybe specialist services or additional services. That's where we want to warn them to be. You're looking at a local offer because we want to be able to go. Actually I want to go to place. No one to find bill to find some services I can do and obviously making sure that we are then linked into the white people so we have a section. Yes on comes and to move formation very brief show of information but we then have your website so you can actually go and find much links nice to wall of the organization's website provides you with all the contact date house. I'm I'm right in thinking that you can access all of this information in how many languages however many is google translate allows us to say We think nearly all but is awesome thing to our accessibility of our website. Someone that we are constantly working on towards we're quite pleased that you can translate it Two different different languages and that you can enlarge the text the text smaller or change it to different colors depending on whether people are colorblind or find on the Egypt to read text in certain things But we do not. We don't currently have text to speak Election or we could make you start easy so we are constantly. He worked for developers to see whether or not we can make even more accessible because of sleep for the very nature of the website. We want it to be able to be accessed by one of the things things why some of the people that were were going and testing with and some of our taxes won't before we did it. Were those education care plans those who are in some of our And further education provision to make sure they are able to navigate around it because again it's no point having a website that Those that's very much for O'Connor even accesses so so safe anyone that's listening to this podcast Then goes on to your website and has any ideas they can they can give you some feedback. Come night just plays with totally open to any feedback. It doesn't always have to be good because if people don't tell us that something's wrong or if they don't feel and we're not going to know so says a feedback option on on. The website does yeah they can just fill out and that will come through to us and you're really active on twitter on a sorry just going back sorry and then being open and transparent we will. Then we'll we'll then at that the you said we did section I K so you anybody can say the feedback received. So can you just tell us again then. Your aw there twitter name so presumably people can follow is at Bedford local off one say at Bedford Local O.. F. One okay on the website address is. WWW don't local offer bedford took off to E. K.. Olafur case lovely. Any other questions guys. Well thank you question. I just wanted to say one more thing. 'cause I guess it's a good way to kind of conclude because knowledge is power and it's almost exciting in a way when you think about how many different services there are out there. How many different opportunities there are for every single person and unlike my journey as well? That's been really important to me so I didn't even know this existed until my cbt therapist told me about it and this has been a really positive thing for me. So it's just it's really really important is you can't really stress how important it is to make this accessible to people Sunday I think One of the things again. We we know that for the services that we've gone there are still plenty on say. Please please please do tell us if there is any services mrs that you are accessing that you feel should be on the Lakewood offer. More people should be aware of and that we don't but also just as importantly if this is working properly it should inform commissioning service should also inform if people are constantly searching for services not coming up as telling us. There's a gap in our local area looking for some support and it's not available Alioune. You've contacted our local offer. Officer sources had a look and she says no available that gets fed back in to US Commissioners to say. Do you know what people are asking us for for further support around and it could be Something else that we had their own I for parents in terms of if we were talking about three or four months ago they'd sensory processing needs is something that was they were telling us. There was a gap for. They were searching for information locally. So we've as a result been able to look and commissioning further parents sessions as a direct resort. What people are searching for the local again said needs to be living? Breathing is not just a directory. It's a case of you know. Tell us if the stuff. That's not on their Oscar Oscar. If you think there should be information television as a service that is needed in the local area We really really really do want to hear from people because again this is. This is a full the local area And hopefully is going to be continually evolved so we will meet him of young people fearful feel four times throughout the year with parents have three or four times a year. There's there's opportunity for people to feedback to US consistently and constantly really okay. That's absolutely fantastic. Thank you so much for taking the time to to come alone an to chat with us today. And `and yeah just to play for everybody out there then. Identify the gaps in the service. If you feel there are any or if you'd like to promote your own service for children young people report I'm families then get in touch with social and Chris at Pepper Barra. Thank.

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"boro" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"boro" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

"They could always do more they could always have a presence But quite frankly when you know you look at what other teams are doing whether it's the the Knicks in basketball the nets and basketball when you look at what the magic do with the community relations celebrating different cultures and heritage being Out there I mean major league. Baseball has a camp Roberto Clemente State Park the only park in the Bronx and the Yankees are not a part of that. It was a rod in his retirement who had to fund that. Can't that baseball camp. So they'll they do things here and there. They will tell you all of the things that they do. But when you all the the most recognizable and Richard Franchise on the planet. There's always more so you can do. And you should be doing Mr Borough president. I don't know if you caught the name of our podcast. It's called pinstripe lanes and the reason being our namesake is the old ballpark lanes that used to be on river. Avin is now knocked down and in doing some research before speaking with you on the phone. I've obviously seen seen the structure that's been built in its place. I didn't realize though that it's affordable housing which I would imagine any official wants more affordable housing especially here in the New York City the area but for you to have more affordable housing right there on River Avenue steps away from Yankee Stadium. What are your thoughts on that? We were consistent in that. How we plan is with a purpose and for the people so you would think that Next thing Yankee Stadium that you would have luxury housing. A lot of people talked about it. There's going to be the beginning of gentrification and that was not the case we've learned from other boroughs we've learned from other communities in the United States and and As I approach developing the the area around Yankee Stadium. We're GONNA do it where we we're GONNA make sure that people people who live in the Bronx or people who are struggling financially throughout the city of New York who of trying to find quality affordable housing can also do it right right across the street from the richest franchise and the most recognizable stadium. So what I would say. That was just the beginning of the catalyst. The best is yet to come. You're going to see yeah. We move forward with thousands and thousands of affordable housing unit. Right around Yankee Stadium before we wrap up Mr Borough President. You've actually referenced a couple all times and I was going to bring it up. I mean obviously I remember the war of words between you and launch. Ross and Randy Levine. Back in two thousand sixteen obviously is a fan. I was is siding with you and siding with people who wanted stop to continue as a partner with the Yankees and wanted the market to dictate the prices rather than the Yankees. Handke's how much do you think of what we read about. Last week is attributed to that dust up and is there a way to move forward. We're both entities can work together there and we don't have this kind of back and forth or are we past that now. I'm past it. I mean I thought that what trump has said years ago on Stub hub issue was disgusting eighteen. You know. I thought that that's not the way anyone should be. Speaking in. Treating their fans many of us grew up poor and loving the Yankees. I remember growing up as a big Greg. Nettles Fan Playing third base in my literally hoping somebody would try to burn my third base line and point to the stadium with my siblings and my dad. And you know when you look now. How many families Bronx families able to go there? And so what. I thought that that attack and so I was. I was really disappointed and it was a shame. How Randy Levine? And Trust came at me when I was simply pointing out that. What Trust has said that was an inappropriate was offensive and disgusting and that it really hurt Many of the fans. So you you know. I don't know if they're tone with this letter is still stems from that for me. I'm just trying to fight for the people of the Bronx. I'm trying to fight for for the bull that I love and whether they believe it or not. I'm trying to help them. Because the box the people in in in in the corporate preside. They're not the players they gotta realize that people love the players love the team and they think that part of that Love Inc.. You know an affinity for them. They need to do better by the people of the bronze they need to do. Better by the fans so that when it was all said I'm done. We can be proud of the Yankees as a ball team and corporate neighbor the Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz. Junior certainly no off season season at his job. Especially when you've got an HBO doc about the Bronx and breaking ground just today. I'm more affordable housing and you got the joker staircase. I'll tell you you're just dealing with everything on top of everything else. That normally comes across your desk. I love the job in the world other than playing shortstop third base for the New York Mr Borough President. I can't thank you enough again for the time and shutting some light on this issue.

"boro" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"boro" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"boro" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"boro" Discussed on WTRH

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"boro" Discussed on WNVZ Z104

WNVZ Z104

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"boro" Discussed on WNVZ Z104

"Boro no his business the knives tony you'll brandon's zulu no julianne hough zulu man oh 600 seminar this morning's unique ashley check with you without thursday morning march eight and we have one like less than an hour to go before the announcement for shack best so we're very excited we are ready i know right rate is talking about and keeping a secret for weeks and weeks the now he finally get to tell you today we got spartan stadium fifty and we're at thirty six right now coming up in about twenty minutes today's zee on this he i share nearly device an already on the proud really yes alas career good for you i us so that's on the way we've got pentatonic tickets coming up with the pointless poll question which we just a minute or two and hook up our hang up we'll try to adam howard into bed as the last week but we will certainly try to hook up another couple of single people here in hampton earth by the way ashley happy international women's day today well thank you all today is international women's day ohio highfives all ladies out there listen in this morning whereas magic filet i should've brought you something but aparthied i didn't bring any anyway we'll see how he owes you chickfila doesn't mean he di do but will put a time limit on it oh my gosh all right let's get to our pointless poll questions it's time for this morning zoos pointless whole question of the day on see 104 pointless whole question is get a texture answers to seven five seven 104 top10 answers that we like well real.

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"boro" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"boro" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Boro barra and welcome back to dot net rocks as carl frank and is richer campbell still at connect in new york city in lorry lam commits here going to be talk and some devops than going be can be a good show i can feel i'm excited yeah but before we talk to lori we have this little matter of better no framework roll the crazy music and yet boots no during speedway guts brian the k one of my happy next guys found this and said hey be seen this in this is how i find a lot of my things i go into the slack poured every once in a while and see what these guys are juicing on this is screwed her screwed her s c you t o r and it's assembly scanning a declaration extensions for microsoft at extensions dot dependency injection interesting yes so basically instead of manually adding all your dependencies which is kind of a loser thing to do um just saying this will go out and scan for them and put them in so there it adds to extension methods the ice service collection scan the entry point to set up your assembly scanning and then decorate which is used to decorate already registered services nice is just a little hey i'm here thing and then you do it automatically rather than having to type them out tournament all out at all in yep and it's out there so on get up no it learned love it now good find actually f i was.

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"boro" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"boro" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Boro barra and welcome back to dot net rocks as carl frank and is richer campbell still at connect in new york city in lorry lam commits here going to be talk and some devops than going be can be a good show i can feel i'm excited yeah but before we talk to lori we have this little matter of better no framework roll the crazy music and yet boots no during speedway guts brian the k one of my happy next guys found this and said hey be seen this in this is how i find a lot of my things i go into the slack poured every once in a while and see what these guys are juicing on this is screwed her screwed her s c you t o r and it's assembly scanning a declaration extensions for microsoft at extensions dot dependency injection interesting yes so basically instead of manually adding all your dependencies which is kind of a loser thing to do um just saying this will go out and scan for them and put them in so there it adds to extension methods the ice service collection scan the entry point to set up your assembly scanning and then decorate which is used to decorate already registered services nice is just a little hey i'm here thing and then you do it automatically rather than having to type them out tournament all out at all in yep and it's out there so on get up no it learned love it now good find actually f i was.

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"boro" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"boro" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

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