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Anti-Asian hate crimes increased by nearly 150% in 2020
"New report says anti-asian hate crimes in sixteen of america's largest cities increased by nearly one hundred and fifty percent in two thousand twenty compared to the previous year that report by the center for the study of hate and extremism at california state university. San bernardino looked at preliminary police data and major cities which showed initial spikes of anti-asian hate crimes reported in twenty twenty during march and april. The racial stereotyping in violence. Follow disinformation tied to the covid. Nineteen pandemic now. Local efforts are underway to motivate others to step in against discrimination. Joining us are anti-king. Executive director of the nonprofit asian americans advancing justice chicago professor brian levin director of the center for the study of hate and extremism at california state university san bernardino and timur abu zayd staff attorney of care chicago nonprofit muslim civil rights organization. Thanks to all of you for joining us tonight. brian levin. Let's start with you please. Your center surveyed police departments in several major cities and found an overall increase in anti asian hate crimes in twenty twenty compared to the year. Before what do you see is behind this increase. Thank you so much for. Have me a great question. I think there are things behind it and we've seen this happen again and again. One is a catalytic event or a set of incremental ones that identified a certain group as legitimate targets for aggression. But here's the thing and we've seen this over the last decade or so in particular once we have that dry kindling. How president response to this condition makes a big difference. We saw crime decline after president. Bush tartly of muslims six days after nine eleven but conversely what we saw with the attack on san bernardino a twenty three percent increase above the level of aid crime that we saw from the terror attack with family trump spoke of the muslim ban. Five days later. So i think it's a combination of two things one cadillac event. And then how are people of goodwill leaders respond because you stereotyped and conspiracy them all wrapped in this and we have to add stone. And i rose on it not an
"brian levin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"There will also be speaking just in a moment with And fury off the manufacturing business survey. And I s m a very important reading out this morning. First, Let's get a Bloomberg business flash from Greg Harris, still well into the green. Bonnie stocks up climbed as some of the world's biggest tech up at his rally, and a lot of strategists say the recent explosion of speculative buying will not derail the bull market in equities. Brian Levin, Invesco Global Market strategist, tells Bloomberg the red it moves that we have seen way should not start considering them to be typical. I just remind investors not to complaint it with what's going on in the broader market. I think there's a sense from investors when they see those types of moves. That none of this makes sense that all of it is too euphoric that it's all too frothy, and that's not the case in large parts of the market. Let's take a look at the markets. Now the S and P 500 is up to half a percent of 20. The Dow's up 2/10 of a percent of 47. And the NASDAQ's Up Just about 1% of 125 to 10 year is down. One 32nd with the yield of 1.6% was Texas Intermediate Crude is up 7/10 of a percent of 50 to 55 a barrel with comics gold up. 7/10 of represented 18 62 60 announced the dollar yen one of 4 96 the euro dollar 2082 of the British pound a dollar 36 63. Apple is selling bonds to take advantage of cheap borrowing cost having the market for a third time since maser looks to return more cash to shareholders. Companies issuing that in six parts, according to a source the longest portion of the offering a 40 years. Security may yield between 115 120 basis points above Treasury said that source. Right now, Apple is 4/10 of a percent at 130 to 50 per share. That's a Bloomberg business. Flash. Bloomberg markets continues now. Bunny Quinn involves Sweeney. Take care. Thank you so much. We appreciate it. We do have some green on the screen.
"brian levin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Several strategists say the recent explosion of speculative buying will not derail the bull market in equities. Brian Levin, Invesco Capital Market strategist, tells Bloomberg. Please remember the red it moves we have seen are not typical. I just remind investors not to complete it with what's going on in the broader market. I think there's a sense from investors when they see those types of moves. That none of this makes sense that all of it is too euphoric that it's all too frothy. And that's not the case in large parts of the market. Let's look where we are Now the S and P is up a half percent of 20. The Dow's up 4/10 of a percent of 114. The NASDAQ 7 8/10 of a percent of 107 10 year is down to 30 seconds with a yield of 1.7% West Texas Intermediate crude is up one half of 1% of 50 to 46 a barrel comics gold is up there. 9/10 of a percent 18 67 50 announced the dollar yen one of 4 95 the euros a dollar 2094 on the British found a dollar 36 76. Silver As you've been hearing broke about, $30 announces the precious metal took center stage in the retail investor frenzy right now. Silvers at 29 35 Announce of 8.8%. That is a Bloomberg business Flash. Bloomberg markets is underway now Bonnie Quinn and Paul Sweetie No, thanks to you, Greg Jeras. Well, a lot going on in markets this week. A lot of tension coming into the market at the beginning of the week, But we are seeing equity indices, rally and obviously big tech earnings And so on this week, too, But Dave Wilson joins.
"brian levin" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Morning. Wednesday's mixed day on Wall Street brings us to what is usually a time when stocks rally, But the so called Santa Claus rally comes amid uncertainty over what kind of stimulus will come from Congress and President Trump. And as more people apply for unemployment well, personal income is shrinking. Jessica Edinger has that and more with today's business news. Stocks are coming off a mixed day with the Dow Up 114 points. The NASDAQ was down the S and P was flat today starts the Santa Claus Rally period on Wall Street. Now, strictly speaking, the Santa Claus Rally period supposed to be the final five days of a year trading days of a year and the first two days of the following year over that span. Historically, it's one of the strongest stretches of seven trading days you'll have in the year up 77% of the time. CNBC's Mike Santoli, There's an early clothes for stock trading today. 1 P.m. Eastern. Some investors air cheering President Trump's call form or relief money to Americans than the $600 per person in the relief bill because it would further goose the economy, so an increase in stimulus would be a good development. And there's plenty of businesses and there's plenty of households that require additional held in discos. Brian Levin on CNBC. Another. More than three quarters of a million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week, a week before Christmas. It was a little better than expected, actually, but an awful personal income number came in for November on the personal income side of real disappointment here, but it shouldn't be shocking down 1.1 little people running families. We're running out of money here and those that are working. Of course. I don't see how How nasty this can be. But many Americans out there are just not gonna have the type of holiday season that we wish everybody could see NBC's Rick Santelli. New Home sales fell last month, and fewer people applied for mortgages to buy homes last week, even though interest rates were at record lows. Home prices are just so high. It has slowed down the pace of sales. Last week's average mortgage interest rate for a 30 year fixed loan 2.86% Volkswagen, recalling 100,000 beetles with faulty Takata airbag inflaters. Yes, ago. What's the latest with the covert 19 vaccine? Well, his cases and hospitalizations continue to rise around the country. The U. S. Has ordered 100 million more doses of the Visor Covert 19 vaccine. The agreement is to deliver these doses. 70 million by the end of June 30 million coming by the end of July. They're paying the same amount for these as they paid for the 1st 100 million doses. Almost $2 billion. Now this adds a lot to our supply. We've ordered 200 million from the Donna as well. That would mean 200 million Americans with two shots each could be getting vaccinated by the middle of next year. CNBC's Meg Terrell on the watch list for this Christmas Eve, no economic data or earnings..
"brian levin" Discussed on KCRW
"Plan together in Washington, D C today for an event they bill as the Million Maga march. Well the size of the crowd remains to be seen. The nation's capital, is bracing for unrest yesterday, Trump signaled his approval of the rally in a tweet. MPR's Hannah A. Lamb has been covering the city's preparation for the rally and joins us now. Good morning. Hi. Good morning. We know who's coming. All sorts of groups have said they're coming, and they're all pretty much animated by their support for President Trump in this baseless idea that the election was rigged or stolen. So yeah, you've got to stop the steel activist. That's kind of the umbrella. And then there's a mix of conservative Republicans, conspiracy theories, malicious style groups, even some white nationalists. Basically, we're expecting the same blend of Trump loyalists and far right activists. We've seen it lockdown protests over the summer. And in deed. They're using many of those same connections and channels that they established over the summer to get people out this time. And what kind of reception do you think they're likely to get in Washington, D. C. Yeah, This is D. C. It's It's just not as easy for them to put on a big show here. It's overwhelmingly Democratic. Its diverse you can't openly carry guns. It's home to a big and vocal activist set on the left and Those activists have been out all summer. They're the ones behind the creation of black lives matter Plaza in front of the White House, the ones who were tear gassed by police and so on the left there also organizing around today's event and calling on people to come out and counter protest. And you know, just a reminder. We're in a pandemic. And so that's one of many wild cards. When it comes to turnout today, how do the organizers of this event see success? What's the goal? It depends on the group. But broadly, it seems to be a show of support for trump or a rejection of the actual election results. And there's a lot of other friends and conspiracy stuff baked in But again, this is a well oiled network. By now, These same elements have come together like this for lockdown, protests to quote, fight and TIFA and imagine showdowns and various cities. Extremism. Analysts I've spoken with about the rally warn against getting Too, caught up in crowd sizes today because they're saying whatever the turnout, they find it troubling that so many extremists and French groups are involved in are trying to find common cause. Brian Levin, hate and extremism researcher A Cal State San Bernadino told me Think of the rally as only the public face of a deeper, potentially dangerous rage over the election and other divisions in the country. The thing that I think we have to do Is to make sure that we're looking at a wide angle rather than a small one, because irrespective of the crowd, the fact that this is being organized shows that the hard, hard right is angling for some kind of activity is show. That they have some potency. And so I mean again, President Trump tweeted. His support for this event, which, coming from the bully pulpit of the president is validation. And it seems to be another example of how the Trump era has opened up space for conspiracy theorists and extremists. NPR's Hannah A Lamb will be covering the Million.
"brian levin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To extraordinary newsflow an election in five days, the tragedy and niece will bring you up to date on that in moments. But also markets. Well, there they are markets in reversal, John, You see it in the futures of the Standard and Poor's 500. You do? We break down with down five s and P 500 Negative 2/10 of 1%. The pass in Europe was never convincing on the bounce in the United States just has not held up as we inch towards the cash open. Eurodollar Tom, clinging clinging to a 1 17 handle. Thie is getting what it wants for all the wrong reasons. A weaker euro for four straight session. Off the back of more restrictions in Germany in France in the past 1 16 print they're not seen yet. If we get a 1 16 handle that will be symbolic on your own. Of course, you know, distracted by the death in these again, we'll bring you That in a bit, least, Abramowitz What was so clearing yesterday was the bond market did not move. And then it did well to me. This is the story of the week. We've got very hard core RISC off in response to very real threats of a widening pandemic. A worsening pandemic Treasuries are not the hedge they used to be. Yields rose yesterday. Which is exactly opposite of what they traditionally dio when stock markets sell off, And today they're slightly up. Yes, they are coming down, but not to the same degree that you see the weakening the dramatic weakening in futures ahead of the open time, John, I want to touch on knees here. The second attack in these in a number of days is well, John. Just your immediate thoughts. As we see the news will come in. Continue tension in France and very unique tension around Islamic terrorism. Tom and Macron has warned about this. The whole country has been on alert for this and another tragic set of events in the country today, the relationship between the magazine the weekly Charlie Abdo and the cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed Tom, that tension is still there, and it just hasn't gone away. In the last several years. I said earlier that we've seen this tragic movie before, and unfortunately was seeing another version of it this morning, the president of France flying to niece, it's about an hour and 20 minute flight, much like New York to Washington. I would say from Paris. Too needs. The prime minister of France is speaking at this moment for John Castaic says the government's response will be firm, relentless and immediate. It goes on to say that they will level they have moved rather the state of affairs to quote the level of emergency. Attack for the entire national territory. So there's the latest Denise and again we'll be following this this morning was so much going on and with wonderful sets of conversation through the hour. On radio and television. We start strong with Brian Lovett of Invesco. He's a global market strategists and what is so wonderful with Invesco and their perspective was a global reach Brian Levin, what has been the growth global response? To this worsening pandemic of other markets acted much like we see in the United States like we see in Europe. Actually, you've seen Asia hold up better than you have in Europe in the United States, and I think that's a reflection of A part of the world that had had more of a history or recent history in this century with pandemics and seems to have done at least for now, a better job of compressing cases and containing it. The significant hit right now what we're seeing in markets has been in the United States in Europe. Let's talk about the United States and Europe. That seems to be a confidence that has returned to this market for money market participants that this time is somewhat different in the case increase right now does not mean that we have the event that we saw. In spring. Maybe not the lock down to the United States. You think sleepwalking into some trouble once more, Brian. I would say it's less of sleepwalking and more that we understood that this was a a high probability. I mean, we've been talking about the next wave of cases since we first learned Of the Corona virus, and anybody that went back and studied the Spanish flu knew that things could get worse once the summer pass. And so the difference is this time is, you know, many were caught What very well off guard very surprised by and we had to await a policy response from the Federal Reserve it It came what within 20 days, but it certainly felt like a long time. While we were going through it for the Fed to come in and financial conditions, So we're in a better place and that we have a better understanding of the virus. We have financial conditions which have eased meaningful e, but we can't sugarcoat it clearly. This rising cases and what looks like it's going to be the slowdown in human mobility will put a damper on this economic cycle and we should expect weaker growth. In the fourth quarter and in the beginning part of next year and a need for more physical support for U. S households and businesses. Well, Brian, I know this is a little cliche, but I just wanted from the conversations we've been having, And I know you talked to a lot of other people in the market. How strong the hands you think are in this market right now. And hi. Hi. How high The bar for capitulation actually is given that we talked to so many people on a daily basis. Talking about a vaccine on the horizon. More stimulus to come. Do you think they're strong hands in this market right now? I think there's some concern, but but we should be clear. I mean, we saw quite a capitulation in February and March. If I have my number's right with $3.5 trillion and money market ass that's coming into the year and we were over $4.5 million in money market assets by March. I don't believe that that has come down all that meaningful. Lee if you look at equity or mutual fund or fund flowed The money is still going into fixed income at the expense of equities. There are a lot of investors concerned there, you know whether it's the election, whether it's the rise in cases whether it's the U s debt level. I mean, you're hearing a lot of concerns. I think we have a largely seen a capitulation. Could there be more? Yeah, I suspect that there could be more. But my point is that there's already $4.5 Trillion sitting in money market assets, earning nothing. The Fed tells us, it's going to be earning nothing probably released 2023. Their stated goal is to inflate away 2% of that value per year. So You know that's a tough spot to be in for investors. Could there be more capitulation in the near term shore, But I expect with policy supports some medical breakthrough over time, and it took years after the global financial crisis. Over time. You will perhaps start to see more money come back into the equity markets. And is this the message Brian that we're getting from the bond market, which seems to not be reacting to the volatility and equities that basically, people are saying that the fundamental story hasn't changed. Growth may slow a bit in the near term, but next year it will come back and it will freeze a result in inflation. And higher term premium. Well, The good news is the bond market seems to get it right. More often than than anything else. A cz regards to a leading indicator and I think we do expect the economy to recover into 2021. It just might take a little bit longer now and You again. What we've seen is we do have an ability to compress cases if we exhibit the right behaviors, and we've already seen a pretty meaningful easing of financial conditions, and I think the bond market Is expecting more fiscal support. At some point, we knew it was going to be challenging during an election year. But you know, I always go backto church. So at least it's attributed to Churchill that Americans always do the right thing, but only after exhausting all other options. And I suspect we're exhausting options right now, but will ultimately do the right thing to provide some support. As we await some type of medical or scientific breakthroughs of the bond market is not ready to call, you know a a further decline in economic activity..
"brian levin" Discussed on AP News
"Resource is communities receive and the power they wield. However, in areas that were not counted. Census officials say they will use a statistical technique called imputation, which uses the characteristics and size of neighboring households to fill in the gaps of homes with missing data. I'm Mike Hampton, the two men are taking their different styles and messages on the road with 11 days left. President's billing himself as the same disruptive outsider who won four years ago. It's all talk, no action with these politicians, Biden says. Characters on the ballot to you know who I am. You know who he is? Biden's campaigning close to home today with an event in Delaware, the president's holding two rallies and his adopted state of Florida a virtual must win for his reelection chances. He plans to vote there tomorrow. SOCCER Megane Washington The final sprint to Election Day is on now that President Trump and Joe Biden have wrapped up their final debate. The two men are taking their different styles and messages on the road with 11 days left the president's billing himself as the same disruptive outsider who won four years ago. It's all talk, no action with these politicians, Biden says. Characters on the ballot to you know who I am You know who he is. Biden's campaigning close to home today with an event in Delaware. President's holding two rallies in his adopted state of Florida, a virtual must win for his reelection chances. He plans to vote there tomorrow. Soccer Megane Washington. Good morning, I'm a Donahue with an AP News Minute The debates are over the campaigning resumes for Joe Biden and President Trump today. Final debate last night in Nashville, Tennessee, was viewed all over the world. Brian Levin was watching in Jerusalem. I thought Trump.
"brian levin" Discussed on KGO 810
"Edinger. With business headlines this Tuesday morning, Peter the stock market started out strong yesterday virus concerns and earning season or the big factors for Wall Street today. Scott's had strong gains throughout most of the Monday session before losing virtually all of them. Much of the fate came after California announced that indoor restaurants and bars with closed due to a surge in Corona virus cases. Despite the NASDAQ's late fall, Invesco Global Market strategist Brian Levin thinks the stocks that have been leading that index higher. I'll continue to do so It's going to continue to be in my opinion, a world where we favor growth wherever we can find it. You know, I suspect that a number of these true growth companies are actually gonna look better through this earning season and people suspected because these are the companies that are taking advantage of these structural ships that are happening in the economy and in society. As for a corporate bottom lines earning season gets underway in earnest this morning with Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and Delta Airlines all reporting their second quarter numbers later in the week. We'll hear from names like Goldman Sachs, UnitedHealth Bank of America, Johnson and Johnson and Morgan Stanley. Is also some economic data in the mix. The government will release the June consumer price Index before the markets open. That number expected to show 1/2 percent jump for June after falling in May. Boeing will release its June figures for orders and deliveries, and it's expected those numbers will be in the red due to cancellations of orders for Boeing still grounded. 7 37 MAXjet. How will the release of these numbers today on the corporate earnings affect things in the market? Well, this quarter covers April May in June, so it's the first full quarter that fully reflects the economic impact of the cove it 19 pandemic. Remember the first signs of economic impact didn't really take hold until March, so they were only partially reflected in first quarter earnings. Investors are fully braced for terrible numbers, so anything even slightly better than terrible is likely to be good for stocks. It's 23 after in another sign that portions of the east are slowly recovering from the social distancing and other effects of Corona virus. The New Jersey transit trains, buses and light rail could resume full capacity starting tomorrow. Jeff McKay has that story. It's a remarkable advance for New Jersey's efforts to reopen announced by New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy. We're lifting the 50% capacity limits currently enforced on NJ Transit. In private carrier buses, trains, light rail vehicles and access leak vehicles, effective eight PM this Wednesday, Murphy says the state's positivity rate has fallen below 2% and New Jersey's rate of transmission is now below 1%. It comes at a time when other states have positivity rates that is surging almost out of control. I'm chef McKay, 24 after the hour.
"brian levin" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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"brian levin" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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"brian levin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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"brian levin" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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"brian levin" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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"brian levin" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Lied to James, call me. So we expect inspector general to do the good work that he's always done and like like, the general said, and you're right. You turn in general has handled himself so professionally so solid so steady. I think what the American people want in an attorney general. I've been very impressed with him. Right. And that's what we're seeing more of that today. Rob loose on WFAN Norfolk Virginia. Hey, rob. Hey, Brian Levin, man. Hey, thank you so much. What's on your mind? That just wanted to say real quick thing when the president was found innocent of collusion with Russia. I personally felt relief because for two years, I was worried that maybe he did it. And I really didn't want to think that our president could do something like that voted for the guy and to me, it's not progressive to feel anger or disappointment that the guy was found innocent that's thriving in progress. And all I want to tell the Democrats and the news media, the San onus if you're angry that the president was found innocent of a charge like that. When the whole world was watching. I'm not gonna vote for you. Because to me, you're not going to do the country a good, you just gonna harm it. You can't get with the program and say, hey, I'm happy the president was found innocent, regardless of any of the war or any other things Donald Trump. Did I I don't I don't understand you. You're not you're not. Leaking american. You're speaking far, and I agree and guys again in Cooper when this first came out. He was hosting a show. And he said, this is good news that the president include another country, and I give I appreciate him saying that, but very few people have said it, and none of set on MSNBC that I know of thanks so much waiting Robin, your military oriented Norfolk Virginia community, we come back. John you sheds additional legal light on the unfolding scandal. Which is which led up to the mullahs report. This is the Brian Kilmeade show a lot happening still move.
Trump says white nationalism is not a rising threat
"More details. Have emerged since the terrorist attack in New Zealand in which Australia national opened fire inside two months during Friday prayers in Christ Church, killing forty nine people and injuring dozens more in his apparent manifesto, the killer made it clear that he carried out the attack in the name of white supremacy and praised Donald Trump as a quote symbol of renewed white identity. And common purpose. Trump did condemn the violence which is supposed to do as president. But he refused to admit what everyone else can see the explosion of far, right? White nationalist extremism at home and abroad. White nationalist rising threat around the world. I don't really I think it's a small group of people that have very very serious problems. I guess if you look at what happened in New Zealand for half sets a case, I don't know enough about it yet. They're just learning about the person and the people, but it's certainly a terrible thing. Terrible thing Trump's bland response to the slaughter of Muslim men women and children in New Zealand early. Reminiscent of his remarks after an outbreak of white nationalist violence here in the US. Very big that group, but you also had people that were very fine. People on both sides to me now to discuss is Malcolm Nance MSNBC contributor, author of the plot to destroy democracy. Dahlia Moga director of research for the institute of social policy and understanding and Brian Levin director of the center for the study of hate and extremism at California State University. Thank you from me here, Malcolm the inability of people to just identify this terrorism because it isn't what we typically identifies terrorism. Why is it so difficult for people to just make that straight on equivalents when it's white nationalism because we have now been conditioned since nine eleven to believe that terrorists only come in one flavor, and that's Muslim extremists from the Middle East where people in the United States who have been radicalized online, and they can only be Muslim. This is a huge fallacy, I trained law enforcement and intelligence all the time in this country. And I constantly warn them the. I people that will go to guns with you are going to be a white extremist militiamen posse Comitatus person in the United States. They are armed. They are motivated, and they have a history that goes back decades in this country. They are a threat that act in New Zealand was a terrorist attack. It was designed to impact an audience beyond the victims and show an ideology as viable, and that is this white supremacist Internationale that appear it doesn't appear it exist fall throughout Europe. And Charlottesville was the coming out party for that type of extremism in the United States. One of the thing that made. This particularly scary is that you have this merger now and a lot of different ways of social media, which which can be used to radicalize people. But also now we're learning to spread the the mayhem. This was live streamed by this Jared. It was livestream because he wanted to also show his added here in. And you know, people who are out there who could be radicalized by this that this is how it's done. It was a message not just to the greater world in general and to put fear into the hearts of the Muslim world, which is what it was about. But it was also really to people were saying this was trolling some of the things that he put out in his manifesto. This was a message to what he calls the greater white community to stop the invasion of the Muslim hordes into what he claims is the white world white Christian. And that's where we have this problem. Social media is a weapon system now, and like ISIS, I've written a whole book about ISIS ideological propaganda. They are using it to put out a platform to bring in new
"brian levin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Swastika on that flight. Context matters a swastika on a Puerto Rican flag sends a different message than one on a synagogue and a swastika next to Trump's name, for example, might be conveying. The political message that Trump himself as a Nazi? That's according to Brian Levin, director of the center for the study of hate and extremism at Cal State, an increasingly tribal and divided society heat symbol, sometimes we'll be the beholder when some of our most polarizing entrenched conflicts are not only the traditional racial and religious ones. But also now ones relating to politics and nationalism. So not only are there more swastikas. But what they mean is increasingly complicated. What are police and Jews and everyone else supposed to do about that? We'll dig into that tomorrow, Matt Katz? WNYC news later today on all of it. Matt will sit down with host Alison Stewart to talk more about his. Reporting on swastikas. That's today at noon on WNYC. The MTA says the L train will not need to shut down this spring for fifteen months as originally announced. Instead the agency is figuring out an alternative repair plan for the East River tunnel WNYC, she meets the best Sioux road, the L to get a reality. Check on how writers are handling the uncertainty. Mostly I came across jaded writers like Jason Drucker who lives in south Williamsburg, while some people went as far as moving out of the neighborhood. He didn't bother to make any major life decisions based on the original shutdown plan. I never thought that the plan would hold and so even today, I really have no confidence in what the actual plan is going to be Jennifer Kilpatrick who lives in Howard beach grew up taking the L train every day and doesn't trust anything. She hears from the MTA. They could promise us the world. They can promise..
"brian levin" Discussed on Developer Tea
"The. As a developer, you've probably encountered the discussion or the offer to pursue a remote engagement, some kind of work where you're not necessarily bound to a specific location. Most developers would otherwise be in an office, but then they choose to work remotely. And traditionally this is working from home, but more and more people are working in a nomadic state or working as they travel for example. And this isn't necessarily all that surprising. Most of the materials that we need to do our work, it's pretty much a laptop and a good internet connection. So it makes sense to do a little bit of studying about remote work, seeing as many of us in many of the people listening to the show, especially will end up with some kind of remote engagement as your primary means of income. My name's Jonathan Cottrell and you're listening to developer team. I go on the show as to help driven developers just like you connects to your career purpose and do better work. See you can have a positive influence on the people around you. The people who come in contact with you. It's not just the people who are using the stuff that. Make, it's the people that you surround yourself with. And one of the ways that you may have a positive impact is based on your location, the literal community that you are part of. So it's very possible that remote work is going to improve your community relationships, but that's not what we're focusing on today. Today's episode were focusing more on the problems or more specifically, the one major problem that many managers are concerned about, and that is, how do we communicate with remote workers? How can we -ffective -ly create the same type of productive environment when people are not around each other? When there's no water cooler for example, no, passing each other in the hall and sharing personal stories about what happened over the weekend. That doesn't really happen when you're. Workforce is remote. So we want to talk about some of this communication dynamics and maybe something a little bit more surprising about how to mirror a more natural communication pattern. We're gonna talk about that a little bit more and just a moment. I wanna share some news with you all. The first piece of news is that spec has just launched a jobs board for designers and developers. Go and check it out. It's at spec out of him slash jobs and quick shot up to Brian Levin for pulling that together. It's a super awesome job board. Of course. If you are winning to hire designers and developers, the spec community is full of talented into people go in post your job. You can post at the same place back him slash jobs of second piece of news is that developer t recently rolled over ten million listens. We have five hundred sixty six episodes. Now we're actually nearing Tim one million, but ten mil. Billion listens since we started this show and I can't tell you just how grateful I am for you all the listeners, the audience of the show I want to connect more and more with you and the future is exciting, very thankful that you have stuck around this along, especially for those of you who who have subscribed over the years and you've listened diligently. No, there's three episodes of week that's a ton of content. And of course, we've had people listening some people even since the very beginning, some very grateful for that amount. Just that sheer number of people who have participated in making developer t happen. Thank you so much last piece of news. I wanted to remind you all about breaker upstream. This is a brand new partnership that developer team and breaker the pike, cast listening app breaker. You can find it in the app store..
"brian levin" Discussed on Developer Tea
"Sara jackson brand jackson brian levin of these people have been absolutely key to the success of spec and therefore the success of developer thi this year as sarah has been involved in every single episode of this show this year she has edited every single episode so huge props to sarah for being a it such an integral part of what we do on the show the second group of people that i want to thank is all of the wonderful guests that i've had on this year we've had one hundred and forty eight episodes this year okay 100 and 48 episodes and out of that 100 and 48 episodes we had twenty six guests many of these guests did long enough interviews with me that they covered three episodes and pretty much all of them at least covered to episodes so on average that means that we had a guest a guest show an interview driven episode uh at least once a week on which at least once a week all right so uh the people who we've talked to this year are west boss pal it is odd warren cottrell my wife from little biased on that particular episode lawrence bradford dane miller brad frost ben halpern chris albon aaron campbell aaron era's ari alex zoo and grin hoffer noah lab heart will riley marcus morrison tom i really enjoyed that when the cto ido david eld chris ferdinand de kevin kelley rachel neighbors mark engelberg kristen gallagher jason vazquez gary nissenbaum joshua zee's and elena great wall elena was the the last episode a before this one such an incredible this to people i would love to go and talk about each one of these a little bit further but certainly you know the the spirit of the show is to keep things.
"brian levin" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Yeah absolutely like if you look at the previous generations of white supremacist groups uh they were wining incredibly dowran incredibly serious they were two absolutely divorce from popular culture they viewed all sort of popular culture in hollywood staff as being a jewish conspiracy they loads mainstream politics and almost all mainstream politicians this group uh we're looking at a lotta college educated young man many who've been through the military many who are very a tech savvy a and pop culture savvy and their appropriating from pop culture they're saying hey bain the batman villain we love this guy we're we're kind of villains two let's make him one of our our sort of icons they're saying trump you know we don't agree with everything that uh that he says or does an obviously his his daughter has converted to judaism but you know he he's awakening the white man so we like him we're going to get behind him and they are much much closer to the mainstream than than earlier groups and also by not you know dressing like survivalists are not wearing a bunch of sheets or not dressing like skinheads they are able to talk to average people a c thompson with propublica standby their in reno brian levin joins us as well right now from san bernardino california used director of the center for the study of hate and extremism at california state university sent bernandino uh formerly with klanwatch the southern poverty law center brian levin thanks very much for being with us thank you so much for having me what do you see emerging here that's new if it's new.