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03:21 min | Last month

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"Movement. We need to all stand together so we can make a change a positive change. But Hammond says this urgency for change became personal. Last month when a Columbus police officer killed his 16 year old daughter. Our name is Mukai, a Brian Makhaya had called 911 and said she was being threatened by older girls. Police video shows the team holding a knife while struggling with another person. She was killed minutes before a judge announced that jurors had convicted former Minneapolis police officer Derek Shelvin of Floyd's murder. Mukai is relatives are joining families of other people of color killed by law enforcement for panel discussions today, focusing on economic disparities and police reform. George Floyd Memorial Foundation is organizing the events at the rally founder Bridget Floyd said the year since her brother's murder has been long and painful. It has been very frustrating. For me and my family. For your life to change within a blink of an eye, But Bridget Floyd remains hopeful that her brother's death will result in meaningful change. The Reverend Al Sharpton said. Convicting Shelvin was just the start as Minnesota's two U. S. Senators, Democrats Amy Klobuchar and Tina Smith looked on. Veteran civil rights leader called on the Senate to pass the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act Judge Fried because not going in history as a model. He's gone in history as a game changer. When you went down on his neck, you broke the neck of police misconduct in this country. The legislation, which passed the house in March, would, among other things, make it easier to prosecute police. Create a national registry of law enforcement misconduct and ban chokeholds. After Floyd's murder. Minnesota lawmakers band choke hold statewide and outlawed warrior style training, but racial justice activists say that doesn't go far enough. In Minneapolis, a ballot measure expected to go to voters this fall would eliminate a longstanding requirement for a minimum number of officers based on the size of the city's population. The nearer. Mohammed, who's working on the campaign, says this would free up resource is to implement a more holistic vision of public safety, She says that would include more resource is for people facing homelessness and those suffering a mental health crisis. Despite calls by City Council members last summer to defund the police department. Mohamed says the proposal would not ask voters to abolish police. It is whether we can start to begin to change the police department changed the city governments and to change ourselves right and the way we want our cities to be. But others, including many black residents of Minneapolis, are skeptical of the plan. Amid a spike in violent crime is Minneapolis residents debate the future of policing the cases against the former officers involved in Floyd's death are moving forward show Vin is due to be sentenced next month. Then J. Alexander King Thomas Layne and to Tao stand trial next March on charges of aiding and abetting murder in all four face additional criminal charges in a separate federal civil rights case. For NPR news. I'm Matt.

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KQED Radio

03:19 min | Last month

"bridget floyd" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Supported the racial justice movement. We need to all stand together so we can make a change a positive change. But Hammond says this urgency for change became personal. Last month when a Columbus police officer killed his 16 year old daughter. Our name is Mukai, a Brian Makhaya had called 911 and said she was being threatened by older girls. Police video shows the team holding a knife while struggling with another person. She was killed minutes before a judge announced that jurors had convicted former Minneapolis police officer Derek Shelvin of Floyd's murder. Conyers relatives are joining families of other people of color killed by law enforcement for panel discussions today, focusing on economic disparities and police reform. George Floyd Memorial Foundation is organizing the events at the rally founder Bridget Floyd said the year since her brother's murder has been long and painful. It has been very frustrating. For me and my family. For your life to change within a blink of an eye, But Bridget Floyd remains hopeful that her brother's death will result in meaningful change. The Reverend Al Sharpton said. Convicting Shelvin was just the start as Minnesota's two U. S. Senators, Democrats Amy Club, a Sharp and Tina Smith looked on. Veteran civil rights leader called on the Senate to pass the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act. Judge Fried is not going in history as a model. He's gone in history as a game changer. When you went down on his neck, you broke the neck of police misconduct in this country. The legislation, which passed the house in March, would, among other things, make it easier to prosecute police. Create a national registry of law enforcement misconduct and ban chokeholds. After Floyd's murder. Minnesota lawmakers band choke hold statewide and outlawed warrior style training But racial justice activists say that doesn't go far enough. In Minneapolis, a ballot measure expected to go to voters this fall would eliminate a longstanding requirement for a minimum number of officers based on the size of the city's population. The nearer. Mohammed, who's working on the campaign, says this would free up resource is to implement a more holistic vision of public safety, She says that would include more resource is for people facing homelessness and those suffering a mental health crisis. Despite calls by City Council members last summer to defund the police department. Mohamed says the proposal would not ask voters to abolish police. It is whether we can start to begin to change the police department changed the city governments and to change ourselves right and the way we want our cities to be. But others, including many black residents of Minneapolis, are skeptical of the plan. Amid a spike in violent crime is Minneapolis residents debate the future of policing? Cases against the former officers involved in Floyd's death are moving forward show Vin is due to be sentenced next month. Then J. Alexander, King Thomas Layne and two towels stand trial next March on charges of aiding and abetting murder. And all four face additional criminal charges in a separate federal.

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"bridget floyd" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:20 min | Last month

"bridget floyd" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Last night, Hammonds said he's long supported the racial justice movement. We need to all stand together so we can make a change a positive change. But Hammond says this urgency for change became personal. Last month when a Columbus police officer killed his 16 year old daughter. Our name is Mukai, a Brian Makhaya had called 911 and said she was being threatened by older girls. Police video shows the team holding a knife while struggling with another person. She was killed minutes before a judge announced that jurors had convicted former Minneapolis police officer Derek Shelvin of Floyd's murder. Mukai is relatives are joining families of other people of color killed by law enforcement for panel discussions today, focusing on economic disparities and police reform. The George Floyd Memorial Foundation is organizing the events at the rally founder Bridget Floyd said the year since her brother's murder has been long and painful. It has been very frustrating. For me and my family. For your life to change within a blink of an eye, But Bridget Floyd remains hopeful that her brother's death will result in meaningful change. The Reverend Al Sharpton said. Convicting Shelvin was just the start as Minnesota's two U. S. Senators, Democrats Amy Klobuchar and Tina Smith looked on. Veteran civil rights leader called on the Senate to pass the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act. Judge Fried is not going in history as a model. He's gone in history as a game changer. When you went down on his neck, you broke the neck of police misconduct in this country. The legislation, which passed the house in March, would, among other things, make it easier to prosecute police. Create a national registry of law enforcement misconduct and ban chokeholds. After Floyd's murder. Minnesota lawmakers band choke hold statewide and outlawed warrior style training But racial justice activists say that doesn't go far enough. In Minneapolis, a ballot measure expected to go to voters this fall would eliminate a longstanding requirement for a minimum number of officers based on the size of the city's population. The nearer. Mohammed, who's working on the campaign, says this would free up resource is to implement a more holistic vision of public safety, She says that would include more resource is for people facing homelessness and those suffering a mental health crisis. Despite calls by City Council members last summer to defund the police department. Mohamed says the proposal would not ask voters to abolish police. It is whether we can start to begin to change the police department changed the city governments and to change ourselves right and the way we want our cities to be. But others, including many black residents of Minneapolis, are skeptical of the plan amid a spike in violent crime. His Minneapolis residents debate the future of policing the cases against the former officers involved in Floyd's death are moving forward show Vin is due to be sentenced next month. Then J. Alexander, King, Thomas Layne and two towels stand trial next March on charges of aiding and abetting murder in all four face additional.

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"bridget floyd" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:01 min | Last month

"bridget floyd" Discussed on WTOP

"More from W. T. O. P S Mitchell Miller today on the hill. The fate of the commission remains in doubt in the Senate. The vast majority of Republicans oppose it. Missouri Senator Roy Blunt thinks it would take too long to start and points to the fact that two Senate committees are investigating various aspects of the attack and lack of preparation. I think we'll start waiting for a commission rather than moving forward with what we know we need to do now. Once speaking on Fox News Sunday, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer Wants lawmakers on the record Republicans in both chambers they're trying to erase the memory of January 6th and perpetuate the big lie on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T. O P News Hundreds of people turned out for a weekend rally in Minneapolis. As the death of George Floyd nears its first anniversary. It has been a long Year, Bridget Floyd stood outside the Hennepin County Government Center were just a month ago. The former Minneapolis police officer who killed her brother was found guilty in the past year, She's formed a foundation dedicated to changing a system that doesn't work for black people. She joined the Reverend Al Sharpton at the Sunday rally. We're going to stay in the streets and stay in the suite until we bring toe love the judge Fried Justice in Policing Act. Susie Jones for CBS News, Minneapolis. So on the anniversary of Floyd's death, his family is going to be at the White House will meet with President Biden, a physical, give the president a fresh opportunity to pressure Congress to come to an agreement on police reform legislation named after Floyd, Mr Biden be given Congress the deadline of May 25th. That's the one year anniversary of Floyd's death to reach a compromise on the bill. Democratic supporters of the bill say they have made meaningful progress but admit there's still far apart on how to deal with so called qualified immunity, which shields police officers from civil lawsuits coming up. What more are investigators learning about the origins of covert 19 7 34. University.

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"bridget floyd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:23 min | Last month

"bridget floyd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We need to all stand together so we can make a change a positive change. But Hammond says this urgency for change became personal. Last month when a Columbus police officer killed his 16 year old daughter. Our name is Mukai, a Brian Natalia had called 911 and said she was being threatened by older girls. Police video shows the team holding a knife while struggling with another person. She was killed minutes before a judge announced that jurors had convicted former Minneapolis police officer Derek Shelvin of Floyd's murder. Conyers relatives are joining families of other people of color killed by law enforcement for panel discussions today, focusing on economic disparities and police reform. The George Floyd Memorial Foundation is organizing the events at the rally founder Bridget Floyd said the year since her brother's murder has been long and painful. It has been very frustrating. For me and my family. For your life to change within a blink of an eye, But Bridget Floyd remains hopeful that her brother's death will result in meaningful change. The Reverend Al Sharpton said. Convicting Shelvin was just the start as Minnesota's two U. S. Senators, Democrats Amy Klobuchar and Tina Smith looked on. The veteran civil rights leader called on the Senate to pass the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act. Judge Fried is not going in history as a model. He's gone in history as a game changer. When you went down on his neck, you broke the neck of police misconduct in this country. The legislation, which passed the house in March, would, among other things, make it easier to prosecute police. Create a national registry of law enforcement misconduct and ban chokeholds. After Floyd's murder. Minnesota lawmakers band choke hold statewide and outlawed warrior style training, but racial justice activists say that doesn't go far enough. In Minneapolis, a ballot measure expected to go to voters this fall would eliminate a longstanding requirement for a minimum number of officers based on the size of the city's population. The nearer. Mohammed, who's working on the campaign, says this would free up resource is to implement a more holistic vision of public safety, She says that would include more resource is for people facing homelessness and those suffering a mental health crisis. Despite calls by City Council members last summer to defund the police department. Mohamed says the proposal would not ask voters to abolish police. It is whether we can start to begin to change the police department's change the city governments and to change ourselves right and the way we want our cities to be. But others, including many black residents of Minneapolis, are skeptical of the plan. Amid a spike in violent crime is Minneapolis residents debate the future of policing? Cases against the former officers involved in Floyd's death are moving forward show Vin is due to be sentenced next month. Then J. Alexander King Thomas Layne and to Tao stand trial next March on charges of aiding and abetting murder in all four face additional criminal charges in a separate federal civil rights case. For NPR News. I'm maths epic in Minneapolis..

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WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | Last month

"bridget floyd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Dave Mattingly tomorrow marks one year since George Floyd was killed in Minnesota by then Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Vin Hundreds marched in the city yesterday to mark the date, including Floyd Sister Bridget Floyd. I will stand and be the voice for him, I will stand and be the change for him. I will stand and continue to be the legacy for him show Vin is awaiting sentencing for murder and manslaughter. Police in north Charleston, South Carolina, say they're looking for multiple suspects following a weekend shooting that left one person dead and more than a dozen others wounded. Victoria Hansen with South Carolina Public Radio says investigators believe a fight sparked the gunfire. The police chief of North Charleston, says the mass shooting should have never happened. Because the neighborhood concert were alcohol was being sold Saturday night was not authorized by the city Asked for a motive, chief Red you, Burgess says several people opened fire after an argument individual angry at each other. Didn't care who who got hit? I could see that much. No word on how many shooters were involved. The chief says there are multiple crime scenes, including the private property where the event was held for NPR News. Ah, Victoria Hansen in North Charleston. This is NPR news from Washington. And this is w N. Y. C in New York. 6 32. Good morning. I'm David 1st 62 degrees. It's going to be partly sunny cooler today high in the mid sixties, New Jersey legislators air holding off on a bill that would categorize police choke holds as deadly force. Social justice advocates like Yannick, would of the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice say the bill would give police permission to use the maneuver and put civilians at risk. Vote to support this bill means that George Floyd may soon be joined by others.

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WTOP

02:12 min | Last month

"bridget floyd" Discussed on WTOP

"They arrived here following the January attack. Capitol police are now taking the lead, but the grounds will remain closed to the public due to the limited number of officers. Lawmakers are now attempting to work together to pass of $1.9 billion security measures to ensure the area remains safe outside the U. S. Capitol. Melissa how old w T o P. NIS. The Senate is expected to vote this week on a 9 11 style commission. To investigate the attack on the capital following the House's recent approval of that panel, W T. O P S Mitchell Miller has more on that today on the hill. The fate of the commission remains in doubt in the Senate. The vast majority of Republicans oppose it. Missouri Senator Roy Blunt things that would take too long to start and points to the fact that two Senate committees are investigating various aspects of the attack and lack of preparation. I think we'll start waiting for a commission. Rather than moving forward with what we know we need to do now, Once speaking on Fox News Sunday, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer while he may not have the votes to overcome a GOP filibuster, says he wants lawmakers on the record Republicans in both chambers. They're trying to erase the memory of January six and perpetuate the big lie on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T. O P News Hundreds of people turned out for a rally in Minneapolis says the death of George Floyd nears its first anniversary. It has been a Long year, Bridget Floyd stood outside the Hennepin County Government Center were just a month ago. The former Minneapolis police officer who killed her brother was found guilty. The past year, she's formed a foundation dedicated to changing a system that doesn't work for black people. She joined the Reverend Al Sharpton at the Sunday rally. We go stay in the streets and stay in the suite until we bring tow law. The judge Fried Justice in Policing Act. Susie Jones for CBS News. Minneapolis President Biden will host the family of George Floyd at the White House tomorrow, exactly one year after Floyd's death. Coming up on w T o P celebration Amid the cease fire between Israel and Hamas, it's 5 33 found out the beauty of your new home with blind shades are shutters from belt Wait lines. Out Wait lines is the premium choice for blind shades and shutters in the D. M V. They even.

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WTOP

02:28 min | Last month

"bridget floyd" Discussed on WTOP

"When he would go on to their car. The 40 Niners seemed like fire was coming that way. This was some set up like like like like they come off like they trapped him in that yard, New Jersey state police say who are now dead, including a 30, year old male and 25 year old female. It's one of several deadly shootings across the country this weekend, National Guard troops are leaving Washington D C and turning security back over to Capitol Police Guard troops were deployed to the U. S Capitol back in January, when writers broke in raging against president Dryden's election win in Minneapolis. Hundreds rally for George Floyd. It has been a long year, Bridget Floyd stood outside the Hennepin County Government Center were just a month ago. The former Minneapolis police officer who killed her brother was found guilty. The past year, she's formed a foundation dedicated to changing a system that doesn't work for black people. She joined the Reverend Al Sharpton at the Sunday rally. We go stay in the streets and stay in the suite until we bring tow law. The judge Fried Justice in Policing Act. Susie Jones for CBS News, Minneapolis. The cease fire between Israelis and Palestinians is holding despite 11 days of escalating violence. We have to do everything we can both to address the immediate situation, which is humanitarian Reconstruction in Gaza starting to improve people's lives in a concrete way. U. S Secretary of State Antony Blinken on ABC is this week a tragic cable car accident in Italy. Here's BBC reporter Mark Lohan. The cable car was going up almost 1500 M High from Lake Majority, which is in northwestern Italy, near the Swiss border. It's ah, very popular tourist area. I mean, before the pandemic about 100,000 people a year we using that cable car structure just before it reached the final pylon. It is thought that a cable broke away on DCI. The cable car plunged. Down 20 M into the forest below nine people died. Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer is apologizing after violating state social distancing guidelines at a restaurant. Whitmer says her large group is vaccinated and didn't think twice. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T o p app. It's two.

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WTOP

02:06 min | Last month

"bridget floyd" Discussed on WTOP

"Was convicted of opening fire during a prayer session at Mother Emanuel a M E Church. He's the first person sentenced to death for a federal hate crime. The FBI is investigating the death in Louisiana of Ronald Green during his arrest in May, 2019 On Friday, Louisiana State police released body Cam footage after refusing to explain the 49 year old man's death for two years. Green's family is suing the Louisiana state police for wrongful death, They say. The agency initially claimed Green died after crashing into a tree during the Chase. CBS News has confirmed an autopsy report showed head injuries a broken breast. Bone and a tourney. Orta were factors in his death. Colonel Lamar Davis having You know, contacted and spoken with the Green family could feel their pain. The Louisiana State police fired two of the troopers and suspended another Michael George, CBS NEWS, New York, marking this week's one year anniversary of her brother's death by Minneapolis police Bridget Floyd. Sister of George Floyd Lichens deaths by police to hunting African Americans were like dears that they're hunting after in the woods. When they see us we are human beings. We believe the same way they believe, so there's no reason why this should still be happening and nothing is being done about it. Minneapolis police officer Derek Sheldon has been found guilty of George Floyd's Taff. Other officers are facing charges, and Minneapolis has agreed to pay George Floyd's family $27 million to settle a civil lawsuit over his death. At risk. Latino teenagers from Montgomery County helped paint a mural this weekend in Glen Echo Park. The painting salutes the carousel is 1/100 anniversary, and it highlights the 1960 protest, which sparked racial integration of the one time amusement park. Diane Shenton of Future History now says the painting project is an opportunity for these disadvantaged kids to be men toward. They also get to learn history, they get.

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WABE 90.1 FM

04:09 min | Last month

"bridget floyd" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"By Hamas, which is regarded as a terror group by the U. S. And Israel. So President Biden says the U. S will work with the Palestinian Authority, which administers the West Bank and his arrival of Hamas. Egyptian officials are helping to mediate with Sherlock NPR news Beirut Syriza of events Commemorating this week's anniversary of the murder of George Floyd gets underway to today in Minneapolis is Matt Sepik of Minnesota. Public radio reports. Civil rights leaders and Floyd family members will lead a rally in March this evening. The Reverend Al Sharpton gives the keynote speech at a rally outside the Hennepin County government Center, where a jury last month convicted former police officer Derek Sheldon of Floyd's murder. Bridget Floyd is also expected to speak. She started a foundation, named for her brother to combat violence against black people really thought that my brother's death would be the last police brutality case. But as we all can see, they are at it again and again and again. The rally concludes with a march around Minneapolis. A celebration of Floyd's life is planned for Tuesday, the anniversary of his killing for NPR news. I'm at Sepik in Minneapolis. Biden administration is extending temporary protections for tens of thousands of Haitian immigrants. NPR's Joel Rose reports that's a reversal from the Trump administration. The Department of Homeland Security will allow Haitian nationals already living in the U. S to apply for a new 18 month extension of temporary protected status, or TPS, Homeland security Secretary cited security concerns social unrest and an increase in human rights abuses in Haiti as reasons to renew the designation. Move affects roughly 50,000 Haitians who already have TPS and as many as 100,000 more who may now become eligible, according to advocates. Haiti was originally designated for TPS after a devastating earthquake in 2010. The Trump administration tried to end those protections, arguing that conditions in the country had improved. That effort was tied up in court. Joel Rose. NPR NEWS Washington This is NPR. The president of Belarus Aleksandr Lukashenko, deployed a fighter jet today to force a passenger jet heading to Lithuania Toe land in the Belarusian capital, Minsk. He then ordered the arrest of a Belarus Ian opposition activist who was on board. You leaders say they'll discuss the incident tomorrow. It's been a decade since a tornado destroyed about a third of Joplin, Missouri, Fred Fletcher Fiero of member station K. R. P. S reports, residents this weekend are looking back at the devastation and marking how far they've come. The mood was somber Saturday, A Joplin's Cunningham Park were about 1000. Residents and visitors gathered to remember the day in the F five tornado cut in over 20 mile path through the city, destroying an estimated 80,000 buildings. The city. Remember the 161 lives lost with a minute of silence at 5:41 P.m. the exact time on May 22nd 2011 there. Tornado touched down. Jay Nixon, Missouri's governor at the time, spoke it's Saturday ceremony. The city continues to recover breaking ground on a new dental college this weekend for NPR news. I'm Fred Fletcher Fiero in Web City, Missouri. Retired BBC journalist Martin Bashir is apologizing for using false documents to get what turned out to be an explosive interview with Princess Diana 1995 Millions around the world watched his Diana revealed details of her troubled marriage to Prince Charles. I'm Barbara Klein. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from total wine and more where in store teams can recommend a bottle of wine, spirit or beer. For any occasion, shoppers can explore over 8000 wines, 2500 beers and 3000 spirits..

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WTOP

02:07 min | Last month

"bridget floyd" Discussed on WTOP

"So how can you best protect them as restrictions begin to go away? Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo, senior scholar at Johns Hopkins is the mom of young kids, she says. One thing you could do to protect your kids is urged the adults around them to get vaccinated. She sides evidence and Israel which is ahead of many places. Getting adults the shot Israel has seen since the rollout of its vaccination campaign. A 98% drop in infections in kids, despite the fact that they're only vaccinating people over the age of 16 knows, who also says she still making her kids were masks indoors. Kyle Cooper w T o P News The FBI is investigating the death of Ronald Green after his arrest in May of 2019. On Friday, Louisiana State police released the body cam footage from Greene's arrest after refusing to explain the 49 year old man's death for two years. Green's family is suing the Louisiana state police for wrongful death, They say. The agency initially claimed Green died after crashing into a tree during the Chase. CBS News has confirmed an autopsy report showed head injuries a broken breastbone. And the tourney Orta were factors in his death. Colonel Lamar Davis having You know, contacted and spoken with the Green family could feel their pain. The Louisiana State police fired two of the troopers and suspended another Michael George, CBS NEWS New YORK, charge. Floyd sister is talking about plans for one year anniversary of his death, she says she feels like the African American community has been killed, like animals were like Dears that they're hunting after in the woods. When they see us, we are human beings. We bleed the same way they believe so there's no reason why this should still be happening and nothing is being done about it. Bridget Floyd also says she hopes the George Floyd bill will be passed by Congress and signed by the president. After traffic and weather. Some green belt residents are against a plan for a high speed rail line. When 36 are you single and surviving this pandemic all alone? Do.

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"bridget floyd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:21 min | Last month

"bridget floyd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"But Brown's funeral was not only about his life or his death at the hands of passport, a county sheriff's deputies. It was also about the lives and deaths of many other black people who've been killed by police. Before we could get Through 1 24 hour cycle. After the conviction of Derek Chauvet, civil rights leader of the Reverend Al Sharpton delivered a eulogy, reminding the audience that Brown's death came just hours after a former Minneapolis police officer's murder conviction for the lynching by me. Of George Floy. A policeman. Killed Andrew Brown Jr There are many lingering questions about how Brown died. His family members based on a 22nd clip of body camera footage they've seen and an independent autopsy have described his death as an execution. Pasquotank County sheriff's officials have defended their decision to send a SWAT style team to arrest Brown on a drug warrant, pointing to his criminal record and history of resisting arrest. Sharpton responded to that. Well, let's talk about your record. Let's talk about the record off police brutality in the state of North Carolina. Since you want to bring up a record, let's put the record out here. Sharpton called on Congress to pass police reform legislation. Those themes were repeated throughout the service, where relatives remembered brown sense of humor and love for his seven Children and called for greater police accountability. Sandra White was among several of Brown's relatives who spoke calling on those present to carry on the fight for justice. So God used Andrew Just like he used George floor. For the spread his word. I did fight for his people. Brown's family was joined by other relatives of black men killed by law enforcement around the country, including Eric Garner, Dante, Right, and Floyd. Here we are. Once again. I said I was not going to attend. Another funeral after my brother Bridget Floyd stood on stage next to the others. I feel.

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"bridget floyd" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 3 months ago

"bridget floyd" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From New York City and around the world, hears Michael Barr, Tom Lisa John after a slow start to the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Shoving. Jury selection is expected to begin this morning toward the end of yesterday session, which was delayed after multiple appeals and motions trial, Judge Peter Cahill said. We're going to keep moving. Tillman has already facing second degree murder and second degree manslaughter charges stemming from the death of George Floyd. George Floyd. Sister Bridget Floyd. We are praying for justice. Hope is that justice prevails and we can all use this as an opportunity to be better. Do better for those around us. The CDC says vaccinated people can make single household visits with healthy unvaccinated people. However, the new guidance on the activities of fully vaccinated people issued yesterday says non essential travel should still be avoided. Infectious disease expert, Dr Yvonne Maldonado tells us While there are a number of possible reasons for that one of them is likely to limit spread of new current virus variants. We are still concerned about variants that may be occurring around the world and we don't want to bring those home. We already have enough here and we want to keep the transmission down as low as possible. Democratic lawmakers and aides say President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion package is poised to sail through the house when it takes up the bill as soon as today. The Senate's changes to the House passed bill made to appease moderates included dropping a proposed minimum wage increase. Lie from the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studios. This is global news 24 hours.

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KTOK

01:31 min | 3 months ago

"bridget floyd" Discussed on KTOK

"To pray for my family because we needed We needed And God bless you. God. Bridget Floyd also said violence is not the answer to everything and asked people to think before they react. Chopin is accused of holding his knee on George Floyd's neck for nearly nine minutes until he died. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts network, getting schooled with Tammy Hornets say. I just think they looked at the list of the companies that were most heavily shorted and decided to go for those. It's so interesting that this all happened because of a Reddit forum. Also, it just shows the power of the Internet nowadays, you know, it's interesting to look at both sides of the story to obviously the Reddit ER is really benefited off of this. But the hedge funds not so much subscribe and listen now by going to a Fox News podcast, Don Kam From the Fox News Podcasts Network. It's the Fox News rundown. Start your day With a contrast of perspectives. You won't hear anywhere else. A daily Morning podcast going far beyond the headlines tapping into the massive reporting resource is of Fox News to provide a full picture of the news of the day. I'm Dana Pary. No, I'm red Bear. I'm Jessica Tarlov. I'm Chris Wallace. And this is the Fox News. Run down, Listen and subscribe now by going the fox news podcasts dot com. A new poll looks at whether Americans.

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WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:29 min | 3 months ago

"bridget floyd" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"We needed way needed. And God bless you. God. Bridget Floyd also said violence is not the answer to everything and asked people to think before they react. Chopin is accused of holding his knee on George Floyd's neck for nearly nine minutes until he died. America is listening to Fox News. Pounds and pounds of for our hair balls have hairballs Marquette Mama. She's 10 Years old. He has dandruff in an oily coat. I have two cats, 60 and Daisy Daisy sheds like crazy feeling your purses much as I do You want to do what's best for them to live? Long, healthy, Happy Life. D I n o v i t e dot com. I just tried this wonderful, delicious sign of fight for cats and my cat has been on it for two weeks. She is not scratching anymore. She's not killing anymore. Just the best. I was thrilled when I heard dynamite for cats was coming out. So it's seen the changes in my God. The introduced my cat to dynamite. I took the advice from dynamite and put their food on top of just a scoop in the ball just to get them used to it because I know if I switch one little thing, they put their nose up to it. There was not one problem dying of fight for life. You won't really know how happy your cat will be. D I n o b i t dot com. Hole looks at whether Americans want to be vaccinated against covert 19 1 out of every four of us is likely unwilling to be vaccinated against the cove in 19 virus, those of the results of a poll by Monmouth University in New Jersey the same poll contends a third of those identifying its Republican don't want the vaccine, but only 6% of Democrats would refuse it. The poll was taken in the last week of February and questioned fewer than 1000 people. It has an error margin of 3.5% Evan Brown Fox News. Ellen's has extended this locked down until the end of the bond. The country's health minister says Even affection numbers remained stable or decline. The government will consider reopening cafes, outdoor terraces and further reopening non essential shops from March 31st under strict conditions. York City outlines of plan to get more kids back to in person learning, de Blasio says in person. High school classes will start March 22nd, he says they will draw from what worked in the younger grades to proceed..

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"bridget floyd" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

01:30 min | 3 months ago

"bridget floyd" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Scylla, Sarah Fox News about 30, Million Americans and out fully vaccinated against covert 19. The CDC is now out with new guidelines for social gatherings. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky says those who are vaccinated can meet other vaccinated folks without masks or physical distancing. And those relaxed restrictions also apply to vaccinate people meeting up with unvaccinated people from just one other household as long as the unvaccinated people and any unvaccinated members of their households are not at high risk for severe covert 19 disease like those over the age of 65 for those with diabetes or cancer. She says, if people are meeting up with those from more than one household than everyone should mask up and distance, regardless of vaccination status. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News White House Reacting after the Senate passage of the nearly $2 Trillion coronavirus relief package, press secretary Jen Psaki called it the most progressive piece of legislation in American history. Senator Sanders described it. The rescue plan is quote the most significant piece of legislation to benefit working families in the modern history of this country houses. Directed to take up the measure later this week. The trial Derrick show, Vin, the former Minneapolis police officer charged with killing George Floyd put on hold while the court hears an appeal over whether third degree murder charges should be reinstated. Floyd's sister, Bridget Floyd, spoke to supporters outside the courthouse for our family.

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George Floyd's sister calls for change in new Biden ad

C-SPAN Programming

01:00 min | 8 months ago

George Floyd's sister calls for change in new Biden ad

"By Democratic president Nominee Joe Biden's campaign. Bridget Floyd, sister of George Floyd called for change and stressed the importance of voting to bring about that change. The ad is part of the Bidens campaigns, efforts to increase black support in key battleground states, including Minnesota, where George Floyd was killed. It will air nationally on television and radio and in digital outlets as well. In the 32nd ad called Change. Floyd discussed Biden's meeting with her family back in June. Here's that add My name is Bridget Floor. I am the sister of George, Period. Florid Junior Zhou Bargaining reached out to the family to actually meet deep was there to listen. He was very Says here fighting is to change that we need a lot of people don't really care for voting. Don't think that is important. But it is very important. Your vote does matter. That one vote Makes a difference. I'm Joe Biden and I approve this message. Meanwhile,

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"bridget floyd" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:53 min | 8 months ago

"bridget floyd" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Talks of the costs since he rejected SAGES advice from the 21st of September. I remind him he already has gone up the infection rate is quadrupled. Hospital of missions have gone from to 75 a day to 628 today in England yesterday, 441 covert patients on ventilators. The number of deaths recorded was tragically the highest since June 10. That's the cost of rejecting the advice. Sage has a clear view on why that's happening. What's the promised his view on why these numbers are all heading in the wrong direction to speak. I I set out very clearly in the House on on Monday, and the difference between this stage of the pandemic in March and April is a CZ. The house knows very well is that the disease is appearing much more strongly in some parts of the country than in others. Dish, Prime Minister Boris Johnson Labour Party leader here Starmer On Wednesday 19,720 for new Corona virus cases were recorded in the United Kingdom Back in Washington President Trump told business leaders in New York that the U. S economy would grow a robust 3.5% per year if he were re elected and that the nation would had 25 million new jobs in a decade, President Trump said in a speech from the White House streamed online by economic clubs around the country. The economy was the strongest on record before Corona virus, and he promised vigorous economic growth if he's given in to the four years in office. He also sought to paint a picture of what a victory by Joe Biden and congressional Democrats would mean for the US Here's president Trump but I will not rest and I will not relent until all American seniors are safe. That is my sacred obligation. I love our seniors. I love our country. At the same time, we must allow lower risk Americans to resume no Well activity. The unscientific lockdowns pushed by left wing politicians are needlessly destroying millions of lives. They decimate lively hoods and lead your suicide drug overdose, depression, heart disease, delayed medical treatments and reduced life expectancy. The cure cannot be worse than the problem itself, and that's what a lot of states Run by Democrats have done to their people, and it's turning out very, very bad for them. These lives must be protected as well. The recent months I have also acted swiftly to rescue the US economy with an unprecedented $2.5 trillion in aid. We delivered over $160 million in relief payments for hardworking Americans who are paycheck protection program that all of you are familiar. With my administration has approved over $650 billion in Forgive a bologna for more than 5.2 million small businesses. It's been a savior. You confined the president's entire remarks on our website at C span dot org's in campaign 2020 News today would have been the 47th birthday of the late George Floyd, whose death earlier this year. Set off protests marches across the United States. And in a new ad released by Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's campaign, Bridget Floyd, sister of George Floyd called for change and stress the importance of voting to bring about that change. The ad is part of the Bidens campaigns efforts to increase black support in key battleground states, including Minnesota, where George Floyd was killed. It will air nationally on television and radio and in digital outlets as well. In the 32nd ad called Change, Floyd discuss Biden's meeting with her family back in June. Here's that add My name is Bridget Floyd. I am the sister of George,.

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