32 Burst results for "Brooklyn Borough"

Eric Adams Wins NYC Democratic Mayoral Primary

AP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 2 months ago

Eric Adams Wins NYC Democratic Mayoral Primary

"Brooklyn borough president. Retired police captain Eric Adams wins the Democratic Party's primary for New York City Mayor Adams triumphs over a large Democratic field in the city's first major race to use ranked choice voting. He faces GOP nominee Curtis Scylla and the general

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Eric Adams Wins New York City Democratic Mayoral Primary

AP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 2 months ago

Eric Adams Wins New York City Democratic Mayoral Primary

"Brooklyn borough president. Retired police captain Eric Adams wins the Democratic Party's primary for New York City Mayor Adams triumphs over a large Democratic field in the city's first major race to use ranked choice voting. He faces GOP nominee Curtis Scylla and the general election.

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Eric Adams Declared Winner of NYC Democratic Mayoral Race

Ben Shapiro

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Eric Adams Declared Winner of NYC Democratic Mayoral Race

"Press says Eric Adams has won the New York City mayors race Democratic primary. If he wins the full election, the Brooklyn borough president would become the city's second black mayor. The former NYPD police captain ran as a centrist New York used a new ranked choice voting system this year, which took many days to sort out. Adams will be the favorite in the heavily Democratic city when he runs against GOP nominee and Guardian Angels founder Curtis Selwa.

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NYC Mayoral Candidate Eric Adams Questions Where 100,000 Votes Just Came From

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 2 months ago

NYC Mayoral Candidate Eric Adams Questions Where 100,000 Votes Just Came From

"This is from red State leader in New York City Mayor all rights questioning whether 100,000 votes just came. Where they came from to make the race much closer. Right Snick a Rama. You may get some deja vu with the news about what just happened in the saga of the New York City mayor election. The election was actually last Tuesday, but they're still counting and don't expect to be done until sometime in July. Brooklyn borough president, former police officer Eric Adams. Have been the surprise leader in the race when he came in first place last Tuesday. With 82% of the results in now, that didn't make some of the left happy, although he was still a Democrat. The election is ranked choice voting and he was the first choice of 31.6% of the people. Those votes have been counted to that point with Maya Wiley. Real Nutjob second with 22.3% in Katherine Garcia, third with 19.7%. Whoops. Suddenly. Votes show up and vaulted the third place person in the second. We're just a narrow lead remaining for Adams. With some 124,000 absentee votes yet to count. The difference now is only 16,000 votes, so it's entirely conceivable. Now that Garcia could catch up. Eric Adams is clearly not happy at all. He is raising questions about where the 100,000 votes suddenly came from New Conspiracy theorist. Why doesn't he just be quiet, Mr Producer? Why is he raising questions? About the system.

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NYC Mayoral Primary Thrown Into Chaos by Officials' Bungle

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

NYC Mayoral Primary Thrown Into Chaos by Officials' Bungle

"New York city's first mayoral contest using ranked choice voting has been thrown into chaos after city election officials posted incorrect democratic primary vote counts and then withdrew them attics including the current mayor say the mistake by the city's board of elections proves it's not equipped to handle the new ranked choice system board officials apologized for their error and said they would release new results for in person voting in the June twenty second primary today the results they released yesterday and then withdrew appeared to show former city sanitation commissioner Kathryn Garcia narrowly trailing Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams with civil rights lawyer Maya Wiley in third place final results in the primary could be weeks away a hundred and twenty five thousand absentee ballots still need to be added to the count I'm Julie Walker

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NYC Mayoral Race Update: Adams Stays Ahead as Garcia Surges

WNYC Programming

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

NYC Mayoral Race Update: Adams Stays Ahead as Garcia Surges

"The city's board of elections ran it's ranked choice voting counting process today, and it revealed that Eric Adams lead in the race to be the Democratic nominee for mayor dropped from almost 10%. A little more than 2% over Katherine Garcia Maya Wiley, who had the second largest vote total after last week's primary, was eliminated in the 10th round. Adams, who is Brooklyn borough president now has just 15,908 votes more than Garcia, the city's former sanitation commissioner. Or about 124,000 absentee ballots yet to be counted in the race. But in a tweet the city Board of Elections says it's aware of a discrepancy in the unofficial count and is working to identify the cause. The city will run the next Ranked choice Voting count next

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"brooklyn borough" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"brooklyn borough" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I'm James Sears. Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams is taking an early lead in the race to be New York's next mayor. However, with the new ranked choice voting, an early lead may not hold up once candidates start being eliminated. Officials say it could be a while before we learned who won. Adams was marked as the first choice on about 31% of ballots Maya while he was second at 21% and Kathryn Garcia, just a little behind her for third. Vice president Harris says the White House will continue to fight for voting reform. Her comments come after Republicans used the filibuster to kill the Democrats sweeping voting rights bill Tuesday. It is clear Certainly for the American people that when we're talking about the right to vote, it is not a Republican. Concern or a democratic concern. It is an American concern. This is about the American people's right to vote unfettered. It is about their access to the right to vote in a meaningful way. President Biden released a statement saying the fight will go on. Meanwhile, Republican lawmakers in the House are going to start a climate caucus. Its goal is to provide information and find new strategies for how to discuss issues on climate change The caucuses being led by Utah Congressman John Curtis. Background checks helped stop a record number of gun cells. Last year, FBI records provided to The Associated Press show more than 300,000 gun sales were blocked in 2020, necessarily twice as many as the previous year. More than 40% of the would be buyers were denied because they had felony convictions on their records. 16% were prohibited by state law 12% were blocked because of matters related to domestic violence. Surgeon denials comes amid a spike in firearms sales and fast food dollar menus are starting to scale down Reuters supporting chains like McDonald's and KFC, scaling back their value items for more expensive combo meals. The strategies being used to raise sales and profits.

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"brooklyn borough" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

04:55 min | 4 months ago

"brooklyn borough" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Navy yard. It's esteem center. Nine high schools feed into that then. The real work environment learning beijing and become employed. We need to look at certification program. Jobs available tech field where one does not need a college degree to throw the job. These are middle class and even as we encourage the windfall build out here is talk area. We can train young people to be part of that industry with a certification that costs five thousand dollars. My plan is to allocate five million dollars and really train thousands young people to fill these jobs so that we can start the process not only been on the cutting edge of the environmental relations. But also the employment issue as well as a your captain in new york police department. How would you deal with the issues of crime that now exist. Well i believe there's a real conversation. Around of the justice we deserve and the public safety that we need often times. People want to separate the two. I don't join the chorus. I'm going to rebuild trust between police and communities. I'm going to make sure that we have densify. Those officers who abuses and who are not suitable to be to expeditiously be moving from the department. But i'm also going to make sure we focus on the uptaking gun. Violence another type of types of violence and i'll city because the prerequisite to prosperity is public safety injustice and i'm going to ensure that and there ways week is number one diversify department by lowering the peace officers and i'll sending to be promoted into the actually service or we can play a better role of having police officers focus on finding crime and have a civilian population handled the other duties that we are having a police officers do so we need to change the entire ecosystem or public safety. And i'm going to lead the way in accomplishing that There's a lot of people planning to leave me off. But there's a lot of people coming in new york brooklyn is growing again. I understand this people moving back into brooklyn but the people that want to leave new york. What message would you send to them are tell them we need each other. I don't join the cars that tells the sixty five thousand new yorkers were paying fifty one percent of our income tax and there are only two percent of the income tax filers. don't join.

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"brooklyn borough" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

05:53 min | 4 months ago

"brooklyn borough" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"That for new yorkers. It don't know yet. Thank you and i i'm a new yorker. New york is me. Because i am them. And if you want to look over my life on how i got here. It's the same way. On new yorkers have at their level of success growing up born in brownsville. Growing up in south jamaica queens had an unfortunate encounter with police officers Instead of saying always me say why not be When size police department and a force for justice many people don't understand but they go together and that is what. I looked after when i was in the police. Department after service for twenty two years rises through the ranks becoming a captain i eventually retired and became a state senator and became the first person to cover to the president and brooklyn and remained consistent on. How do we equalities. And how do we have out city move from the functional and functional so that we can provide for all new yorkers. I understand you've been borough president now for but his eight years yes. This is my eighth year. Now and in eight years. The last eight years of brooklyn has been transformed into a different world. I mean the old adage was brooklyn. would be the fourth largest city in the country if it was a city by itself and a so many people have invested billions of dollars in brooklyn And thank you for your leadership in in brooklyn is one in leading boroughs of the whole city. Is that true. Yesterday's and we've had an amazing economic boom of one of the largest number of startups in the borough. The state controller's report really shows. How well we have done as a borough but we can go even farther if we really take out city from being a siloed place to a d. silo place and when i say that i tell offers all the time. Cities are made up of agencies. Those agencies are not operating together to correct issues in our city. Then it doesn't matter how much money we spend. We're going to continue to have an inferior product. i'm going to these silo. Our city we can move together as a team to correct inefficiency and really believe the inequities in the city. Gives you your vision. Your big vision for new york city. I mean at one time. I when i ran for mayor zinger years ago. Eight years ago my vision. I wanted to have a world's fair if your vision of what you want to see During your term as mayor well number one. I'm going to keep leaning into improve inequalities. I want to see a city of where we are educating our children so they can have a bright future. When you look at fact.

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"brooklyn borough" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

01:36 min | 4 months ago

"brooklyn borough" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

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Poll Suggests New Yorkers Are Undecided On Who Will Get Their Vote For Mayor

The Joe Piscopo Morning

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

Poll Suggests New Yorkers Are Undecided On Who Will Get Their Vote For Mayor

"What's going on a new poll finds 50% Of Democratic New Yorker voters don't know which mayoral candidate they will vote for in the June 22nd primary in the Pontus Advisers, Court Decision Analytics, Pole entrepreneur and former presidential candidate Andrew Yang leads the pack of candidates with 16% surveyed saying they will vote for him in second place. 10% Brooklyn borough president, Eric Adams, followed by Maya Wiley at 6%. The survey finds, though, that 50% of likely voters are still unsure who they will support come June. The poll finds that Yang still has the strongest name recognition 85% of those surveyed Say they have

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New York City's CFB approves public funds payments totaling $17.3M to candidates in 2021 elections

Morning Edition

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

New York City's CFB approves public funds payments totaling $17.3M to candidates in 2021 elections

"The New York City Finance Board issued its first public matching funds for candidates running in the 2021 election. WN Y sees Bridget Bergen looks at the numbers. Brooklyn borough president Derek Adams in city Comptroller Scott Stringer were the only two mayoral candidates to meet the thresholds for the Sea of bees. Payment. Adams will receive $4.4 million Stringer is getting 3.3 million. The payments also provide insight into which City Council races stand to be the most competitive next year. In three districts. There were four candidates who qualified for funds indicating the district 10 in Upper Manhattan district, 33 in north Brooklyn and district 49. Staten Island's North Shore will all be racist to watch the sea of be doled out more than $17 million in total matching

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"brooklyn borough" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 10 months ago

"brooklyn borough" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To pay rent. Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams spoke on Friday describing why changes need to be made You download the E book. You don't pay taxes. You go into a storm Bible. You're paying taxes, So we're actually incentivizing people not to shop locally. Adams is calling for the city to get rid of the 4.5% sales tax for the holiday season, giving people an incentive to shop locally. A show Kabbalah, NBC News Radio New York Historic monuments in four states are targeted by Vandals. The words land back were scrawled on statues and buildings in several cities, seemingly against Colin is, um gentrification, capitalism and in support of the land Back campaign, which wants to return lands to indigenous people. In Chicago, protesters reportedly tried to drag down a statue of President William McKinley in Portland. Several markets and a monument to civil war veterans were tagged with anti colonialism. Graffiti and Abraham Lincoln statue in Spokane was also targeted. And in Minneapolis, a statue George Washington was toppled and a second statue spray painted with words. No, thanks. No more genocide and land back. I'm Mike Power. Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Junior returned to the boxing ring today. Joel Stern has more. Tyson and Jones Jr are set to square off this Saturday in an exhibition match in Las Vegas. After both coming out of retirement, the exhibition will be consistent over 82 minute rounds and with 12 OUNCE gloves California officials have asked the fighters to refrain from throwing bombs. Soccer players Sarah Fuller could make history today is the first woman to play in a power five conference football game. Senior goalkeeper for Vanderbilt University Soccer, was asked to practice with the.

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How the Plant-Based Diet Changed Eric Adam's Life

No Meat Athlete Radio

06:21 min | 1 year ago

How the Plant-Based Diet Changed Eric Adam's Life

"With Eric Adams. Welcome Brooklyn. Borough President Eric Adams thank you so much for being with us today. I. Can only imagine how much you're going on in the middle of endemic your responsible for the health safety and happiness of something two point six, million people I had to look up. That's that's larger than nearly half of the states in our country. So you've got a big job and I'm I'm so pleased that we're able to make a little time to share your journey on your health journey and everything else you're doing. So thank you for making time to be with us today. Thank you and you know. Hello from Brooklyn. New York and you're right Brooklyn is a huge place of in the numbers of two point, six, million documented. But as far more and we were a separate city and instead of one of the counties in New York as a separate city will be the third largest city in America extremely diverse forty seven percent of the burrow speaks a language other than English at home. So there are a lot of opportunities to really oblivious people here in the borrow Brooklyn. The third largest city that that is amazing I cannot imagine. Okay, well, an even bigger job than than maybe I understood again I know you like going on and I wish we had more time to dig into so much of your role at especially with with. Everything doing public health, we'll get a little bit to that. Started in in health everyone gets no you. Tell us a little bit about your background and you spent twenty two years as a police officer. You've been a state senator. Now, of course, you're the broke president what drove you into public service. Why did you know that was your calling? And that's a great question oftentimes we start out on a journey only to take a detour to find out that that is really without purpose, a may be I had a negative encounter with a police police officers as a child, and it evolved into a civil rights. Leaders come in to me and twelve other young men in asking us to go into law enforcement fight from within, and I was extremely reluctant because I. Was A computer program wanted to become Cisco qualified and open my own firm of but I had a lot of respect for them. It was a very turbulent period in new. York with was a lot of tension some similar to what you're seeing now between police communities and I, joined you and Saudi inauguration one, hundred blacks enforcement chair, and I'll goal was to build a better symbiotic relationship with law enforcement communities and communities of color. After twenty two years I retired as a captain and I really saw a bad police in public safety. was responding a reactively to some of the problems that were created and I wanted to have a more proactive approach in Iran to stay Senate was elected served a four terms in the state senate and pass some really good bills around a health public safety in later of ran to become the ball president of Brooklyn of this in other municipalities, you probably call this the county executives of, but I'm the county executive board, the county of teams in New York. Amazing, IT'S A. Son's to hear when a negative situation is is transformed in something that drives you. My own personal health journey was due to the loss of a loved one. Yeah different than kind of course. But but I think that mark of a true leader you can. Say Take something like that and transform it into a positive even and I commend you for all the work you've done over the last three decades in public service Let's transition a little bit to your health journey. On the personal side I, know you were diagnosed with type two diabetes and transformed your health. As many of the folks watching listening this are doing or have done themselves share a little bit about. babies start with what happened where were you at that time and what were some of the changes that you implemented in your own life? And I think. You said something very important on a touch on it as we evolve folks of about. How do you turn around these of really missteps or encounters and you know my mother told me as a child if you're fortunate to live long enough you're going to be misfortunate to experience pain. We must find ways to turn pain into purpose and just as in law enforcement encounter it was extremely painful a ahead to turn it into a purposeful journey. In law enforcement and it was really a free lewd two of the experience of being diagnosed attack diabetes. I was out of the country at the time when I was experiencing of discomfort in my stomach. I thought it was calling cancer beyond his because just lost friend from it at the time and it was the same tech symptoms wasn't gassed wasn't moving stationary. And when I returned to America. I said I will go to the doctor in that morning. When I woke up, I couldn't even see the alarm clock. It wasn't sleeping my eyes but just that as my vision. Just totally just sort of lost particularly my left eye my right. I was going as well and I was experienced for some time almost a month tangling in my hands and feet. And I couldn't feel my right eye thought it was due to. Plan, you know football and it was just nerve damage but little did I know after I went to the doctor to check out just comfort in my stomach A. I had an ulcer

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America marks Juneteenth as protests bring new attention

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

America marks Juneteenth as protests bring new attention

"Juneteenth is being celebrated with renewed vigor and the protests against police brutality and a national reassessment of systemic racism in many cities marches and rallies are being held before the traditional cookouts and picnics in the park in New York Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams addressed the crowd at the Juneteenth freedom day rally it must come to a realization in this country in Atlanta crowds gathered in centennial park to listen to music before marched to the Georgia state capitol in Galveston Texas the Reverend Stephen Duncan re enacting the role of union general Gordon Granger read the general order that was delivered on June nineteenth eighteen sixty five more than two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation all slaves are free I'm Jennifer king

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"brooklyn borough" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"brooklyn borough" 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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"brooklyn borough" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"brooklyn borough" 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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"brooklyn borough" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"brooklyn borough" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Gras and this was not a celebratory parade these protests, but it's still in terms of the virus you can have the same impact of thousands of people in the streets shoulder to shoulder. Many of them were wearing masks, but at that close proximity. You know who who knows How much of a setback do you fear this will be. For Brooklyn where you are the Brooklyn Borough President. I think he's going to be a significant setback, but. What I've learned I I recall. After nine eleven. And when the Trade Center was attacked, and the buildings collapsed. I remember going out to Brownsville predominantly black community to talk to the young people and deal with the trauma of the buildings collapsed. And they were playing basketball and just hanging out. And I've told them that. You hear what happened. They said we were catching hell when those buildings were up, we didn't have heat in nature. We lead paint crime was high. We were unemployed. Those buildings have nothing to do with us. People can feel so much pain that they become numb to reality of danger. And I think that's what you're seeing here. Many of these young people have been living in a state of just total. Hopelessness and don't feel as though another level of trauma is going to do anything to dissipate the trauma that they experiencing already. And, somehow we have to convince them that life is not about being hopeless, but about being empowered and while we do that, we have to understand that that is why they in the streets, not because they want to expose themselves to corona virus, but they've reached a level of desperation would they're no longer believe in in society's ability to protect them from virus from the virus, a police abuse. Were you glad over the weekend that you are no longer a police officer. A No not at all and looked forward to be in the eye of the storm. I look forward to those difficult days when I had to talk someone down. From showing a level of anger in understanding what they felt. I was the type of person that I wanted to be. The platoon committed I was inside in charge of of the details that went out. I knew we were going to allow officers to come back safely and I knew that the protests were going to say, and that's the type of leadership..

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"brooklyn borough" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"brooklyn borough" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Make this Eric Adams at age fifteen. He was beaten by police. In the hope of helping reform the policing of black neighborhoods. He joined the New York City Police, and after twenty two years retired as a captain, he became a state senator and is now serving his second term as Brooklyn Borough President the CEO of Brooklyn Brooklyn has been the site of large protests against the death of George Floyd in police hands. Brooklyn is also a hot spot for the pandemic. I really do think there's a lot of police officers around the country who are really angry and really furious about what happened to George Floyd. and. They're probably suffering, too. Because now they're out on the streets in the middle of pandemic fighting with people that they don't want to be in confrontation. With what do you think police can do? Or should do to show their anger at police who behave badly or brutally, or who are you know? responsible for the deaths of people. We, we have to really change the culture of police. Aware police here in the city that. Put up a white pot power. FINGER SIGN! In all the other police officers started cheering and laughing with them. When you have a some of the actions of we almost have to rebuild our law enforcement community because the recruitment effort we did. We focus on law enforcement again, and not on how we deal with social issues and build this symbiotic relationship between police and community, and then you have to change the culture of really supporting the climate, a healthy climate where an officer could come forward and report abuse without any form of reprisal. We must re focus and revamped police, and I think this is an opportunity to do. So as we saw new, Jersey of some of the police chiefs marching on with some of the demonstrators and something else happened with the Floyd case that some people may have overlooked. It was a significant moment one. The experts expeditious facet in which the police officers was fired second. How fast the prosecutor indicted now the indictment itself is troubling to me, which is another compensation, but they move quickly of the third..

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"brooklyn borough" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"brooklyn borough" Discussed on Fresh Air

"What do I mean by that and we really need to reexamine how we assigned police officers in our country. Everyone, who is in the occupation is not suitable for every role in the occupation. They'll officers that I as a platoon commander. I enjoyed having with me when I had to kick in the door to go. After someone that was committed a crime had a gun, but I wouldn't want that same person with me if I was speaking to someone that was trying. Trying to talk someone of allege or dealing with a hostile situation, and so we don't assign offices of based on the abilities to carry out the crafts that are needed a particular time. Policing basically just brings everyone together, saying if you're having a blue uniform, you're suitable to do all the jobs. That is a big mistake and we need to change that. We're you ever as a police officer? Patrolling a protest that turned violent, and if so, what was that like for you? What were some of the most complicated? Actions and decisions you had to make. Complicated extremely of frightening of even when you put on a blue uniform, you do not take away the fright and flight a hard hard wiring inside you, and the goal is I go in with the mindset or web broken with I'm asking them before. I started as a football team goes into a huddle. I go into a huddle and say listen. We are our brother's keeper. That was the number one thing I told my. My officers at several protests I was here in the midst of many of the stop and Frisk protests. The Abner Louima protester. Darkman protests some of the real heighten police under Giuliani's administration, and under Bloomberg and Commissioner Kelly. We had protests all the time what I learned was that if you make sure that the officers know that you are my brother's keeper, and if I am going over the edge, if I'm not doing. Doing the job the way supposed to because my gentleman is flowing and I am responding instead of being professional or to be stopped me. Push me pull me to the side. Take me this. Engage me and there were times of win. A person was extremely difficult to deal with some cases violent dealing with them that you have to do the unnecessary force to terminate the condition, which just seeing some of the videos you'll see. See Him handcuffed and officers are still swinging baton, and no one is stopping them. We're not teaching de-escalation. We teach de escalation of the person who's committing the act. We're not teaching de escalation of the officers who are trying to terminate the AC and I always instructed my offices when I was a sergeant and lieutenant in captain, the skill, the deescalation and being your brother's keeper to prevent an incident getting out of hand. We've all seen times during the protests over the weekend when protesters were intentionally provoking the police, throwing things at them, setting their cars on fire from your perspective as a former police officer, who opposes police brutality who oppose racial profiling who opposes these-these these murders of of black people. What is the response? A police officer shared have when they are intentionally being violently provoked. is so important and my history. This is my life's Roque. Dillon with police abuse from been arrested as a young man being told by civil rights leaders are going to the police department I'm committed to have an effective policing, but I'm also committed to something else..

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"brooklyn borough" Discussed on Allegedly NYC

Allegedly NYC

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"brooklyn borough" Discussed on Allegedly NYC

"I was like hey guys I actually got sick. You dump like you. You know you assholes you like inconsiderate Cox buffers well so. I'm excited that we have people like Eric who are out there and for to affect change because now is the time for all of us to do our part to call out the system to vote for the right people not just for our bank accounts because we see at the end of the day D- regardless of money. The people that really suffer are the minority so we have to get together. We have to do our part and we have to make a change. And I'm I'm glad he was here to talk to us into our listeners. And I wanNA thank everyone for tuning in. Thank you so much guys Don't forget to subscribe to us. Just tell your friends about US re tweet us do all the things stock us on instagram. Send US Love Letters. I love a love letter. I love ladder we love. We know pen pals here and tune in Thursday night where we're going to talk to finally Mandala Poor who's been Lepore busy even into quarantine guard your book in current team books. She's doing okay. So next third -posedly she's coming on to talk about her perspective on all this and I i WanNa know what she's been up to and how she's maintaining her beauty rick regime. You know what I'm saying thing I'm like I'm I'm holding on to deal with in this corner we are. I saw that is our show and we will see you on Thursday nights. There's something right take care. Something comes to Balloon Eric..

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"brooklyn borough" Discussed on Allegedly NYC

Allegedly NYC

13:38 min | 1 year ago

"brooklyn borough" 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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"brooklyn borough" Discussed on Allegedly NYC

Allegedly NYC

13:07 min | 1 year ago

"brooklyn borough" 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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"brooklyn borough" Discussed on Allegedly NYC

Allegedly NYC

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"brooklyn borough" 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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"brooklyn borough" Discussed on Allegedly NYC

Allegedly NYC

09:05 min | 1 year ago

"brooklyn borough" 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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"brooklyn borough" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

12:54 min | 2 years ago

"brooklyn borough" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Let's move onto our second guests who is no stranger to Albany, by the way. And that is Brooklyn borough president, Eric Adams. Thanks for joining us here on WBAI. Great speaking with you. So you are a former state Senator, which probably people who followed your career. No well, but what's your, what's your reaction to what we've seen come from Albany, especially these last couple of days on the on the rent regulations? Arm still. On it. I was in news all day, but just from what I heard a real, we are clearly reaching in, in a direction. We we're looking at how to ensure a lawns affair. When you look at the various areas, everything from MCI to think she d control many of these areas going back to the days when tell seven that's was there. An critique gather in sweeping Crump of bills that never really made it to the floor on able to pass them. And so I think that with the Senate democrat control, as well as their simply at with the large enough voting block, it makes it easier to accomplish the task. And I think they should be happy for the results that they won't fall into so much onto tickets to see a great deal things done. If he continued to be take control of the Senate. So over the next few days, Mr President, there is a lot left to be done potentially. In Albany, a lot of big ticket items still metabol- when you think about that list. The people rattle off of marijuana legalization driver's licenses for the undocumented charter cap, fifty a what would you say are your priorities? What do you want Albany to do? What do you think they absolutely must do before they go home June nineteenth. Not really hasn't been a communicated a lot. But when we need to look there in the fair fund for education on far too long, although there was a campaign for fiscal equity. We'd never did get out to and the numbers. Just don't add up on you. Look at the numbers, they come to New York City, I think it is important that we visited that says an opportunity when should get their share in education educational dollars and to that legalization of our honors import. With a clean up the records of those who were arrested. Of we give people an opportunity to go on with their lives. And all you have a police record hanging over your head infects, the quality of life around, employment and other areas that a person could be up to visit society. I think which take a very close look at how we're going to deal when. The prison reform is so much more. We, we can do around prison reform. That no one should be ELD on bail and they arrested for non violent. Crime is other ways. We should that they were hearing. And what and I think going even deeper in prison reform is something that I think they should look at it as well. And correct me if I'm wrong, but you have come out and support for extending driver's licenses to, to all to including undocumented immigrants. I'm sorry you broke up. Correct me if I'm wrong. But you've come out in support of driver's licenses for all, including undocumented immigrants that something, you want to see them get done. It just think about it for a moment. It's an economic win, because it allows fusion of a real tax dollars on allowing undocumented immigrants. Who have driver's license and allowed them to not live in the shadows of employment. They're driving. Anyway. They're on the road. We don't know how many run incidence chats to a person having their driver's license on, we're able to forms of identification. Like the municipal ID program is shows that people are willing to step out of the shadows of government is hard enough with the energy, that's coming from all the as anti immigrant is should not be saying, yeah, I think it's a real win. It allows to be on the road would do with reporting incidents and accidents, allowing people to be employed. And this win win all the way around if we're able this happened during the session. So as Albany, winds toward the ends of its session. And if it session the city is moving toward its annual budget deadline. I'm curious with the city budget as. The topic what are your priorities there? Where do you want to see what the mayor has proposed shoring up or shaved off what what are your suggestions for? The city is spending plan for next year. Several areas that I believe is important to one and what was always the important with me and education. We have to do more in early childhood education and of really it's more than just pre K three K. I'm hoping the mayor inner city council look at zero three model that we have been talking about, and other educational experts have been also talking about we're not doing enough in early childhood education. We. We're we're, we're losing you in and out there borough president Adams. Yep. That's pretty good. I was saying that a child's brain develops between the ages of zero to three yet, we do not have this fall. We've not showing parents with the. And so when we look at early childhood education that is the area. I'm hoping of that we, we can look towards also equity equity in those pre K. Not, you'll reap the local community based organization and nonprofit of we believe they should receive an echo of pay equivalent to the pre K program that the department of education is unfair that we're not doing that, and send the wrong message in the process, and that seems to be maybe the biggest sticking point between the city council and the administration. These budget negotiations is that so-called pay parody for the early childhood educators, as you say, in the in the CBO versus the DOE schools. Do do you have a sense of, of what the holdup is there is that really just a the to Bosnia administration, not wanting to make the financial commitment, there that would then basically be expected going forward? Or do you have any sense of what the holdup is on? On that pay parody. Unfair to continue to have many of these local communities organizations are in oppourtunities, when you need to ensure that I'll teaches school in these location in pre K locations, receiving the same salaries that same level of paint that they can't apart are receiving not believe another important area. I look at we can't continue to feed the crises in all city and something that really has been below the radar of when you look at the conversation around close Rikers and the mayor's proposing to open digital sales in four of the boroughs, but we also look at closing the pipeline their fees like righteous almost thirty to thirty five percent of the men and women who all Iraqis island there dyslexic. So if we prop. Really address the issue of not giving them the service at the beginning of the educational of opportunities, then we could actually start dealing with the process feed in rank is in the first place. Many of them leave school because they don't in properly identified as being dyslexic. They not even the service, they start doing petty crimes in a lead to logic crime, and so close in a facility without closing the pipeline. There sees facility is, is not going to solve the problem is only going to create in containing create the crisis, and that, that is also true for those enforce it can who age out those foster care, young people wage out, they become victims of criminal behavior, or they participating criminal behavior by allocating fifty million dollars to give them. What's called life coaches. It would allow them to get the support that they need right now only three percent of those who age out of foster care, or who are in force the care. Actually graduate from college, and that is just a real indicator that there's no future for them. If we we're not giving them the support that they need on the topic of the mayor's borough jails plan, replacing Rikers with facilities in four of the five boroughs last week, you chaired a borough hearing on that people expressing their views on the plan to expand facility that already has a jail footprint in your borough. I know your recommendations are, are, are do soon. What is your take on the proposal, overall and the specific plan for your borough? And I would be unfair to me without hearing all of the stakeholders involved before we produce a report, it gives the opinions that I'll never willing to listen to people already had my mind made up, and I don't think that way. And so I'm going to hold off on say without formal position is until I have an opportunity to hear from all the stakeholders ball is very complex conversation because, as we bring down until the number of those who are incarcerated in Rikers island of, we want to be a really responsive to the needs of the community and at the same time hopeful with the plan to close. Right. And so we will be given a formal report and at that time, it would it would be clear on without position sticking with the close Rikers plan and public safety, your former member of the NYPD and, you know, been outspoken on criminal Justice issues and policing. Issues. Do you have any thoughts right now in terms of some of the discussions that are, that are happening? The reforms that happened in Albany. The plan to get the New York City jail population down to around four thousand as the mayor believe recently predicted, it could get with the with the new changes out of Albany on bail in discovery. Do you have any concerns that things are swinging too far in the other direction? With public safety. You should should move at the right pace. We can't allow emotions to actually generate the policy. I was cleared under the former speaker speaker, every till I was cleared with her, that there was no reason we were turn and see some as his in criminal court summonses into warrant of we partnered with as we move out city away from that, that was a big mistake. If someone of receive a summons of for a particular fence, and they did not showing call if they would have shown up in court of they would not have a permanent, Mark on the record. They didn't show up in court. They will have a permanent marker erected, anywhere have a warm, and I knew that was a big mistake, particularly when we look at how we were issuing summonses also petty crimes of based on the area of the city that a person happened to this. That's the same way I feel about a decreasing. Of the prison population in Rikers. I don't believe that a person who commits a nonviolent act as I said earlier should be incarcerated, right? 'cause merely because they do not have enough money to pay for bell. I think that's wrong. It's the wrong way to, to go those who commit predatory crimes, and clearly those late lovely burglary homicide from all these assault kidnapping of they should be incarcerated as I don't believe that we should ignore that. And of there's some people who say, we don't need jails at all of these are reasonable and you wanna be in jail. I do not subscribe to that they're up police city of New York, and I don't want to return to the days of when we were all riding around with no radio signs, and all.

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U.S. youth rally in Washington protests climate inaction

Science Friday

03:59 min | 2 years ago

U.S. youth rally in Washington protests climate inaction

"It all started with sixteen year old environmental activists, Greta thune Berg last August Thornburgh started skipping school in Friday's to protest outside Sweden's parliament, insisting her country get behind the Paris climate agreement. Her protests have inspired thousands of young people around the world to join Fridays for future. That's a hashtag Fridays for future movement skipping school Fridays to demand that their governments take action against climate change. And today those young people are taking steps. Well, a step further joining together across more than ninety countries twelve hundred cities for a global youth climate strike, it's happening in cities across the world as we speak, including here in New York where we have our guests. Eric Kaplan science reporter for the Washington Post on the scene in Manhattan's Columbus circle. Hi, sarah. Hey, IRA, tell us what the scene is like where you are. How many students are there? What's going on? We could probably hear in the background noise. It had pretty busy. I guess there are about a thousand if not more. You didn't hear lots of them have posters. They're chanting. You know, we are the youths. We are the future we want climate change action on climate change now. And yeah, they're they've been sort of pouring in from all over New York. There were ten protests around the city this morning. Noor kind of coalescing at this rally here at Columbus circle headed how did he get organized? There was it all online and people know to come yet. So a lot of it is online here in New York. The protests really started with a young thirteen year old named Alexandria of in your she has been protesting in front of the United Nations headquarters every Friday inspired by Lindberg, and she is part of one of the national leaders of the US climate strike movement. And so, you know, they offend organizing online. But also a lot of inhabit organically people find out about it because they thought on Reddit or Twitter or they read a newspaper article, and they're like, well, I want to organize a strike in front of my school or in front of Brooklyn borough hall. Do you have any students there? We might speak with. Yeah. I see so Simone is right here. I'm gonna get the phone to her. Hi. Hi there. Welcome to science Friday. Tell us about why. You're there. I'm here because climate change is an issue. That's real very real and our elected officials and. Aren't doing anything about it? And. We may not at this age has a chance to put in a ballot vote. But we still have a voice, and this is how we're going to use it at get across. Message that changes coming whether they like it or not like Greta fed, and we're ready to take action and do whatever it takes. The letter voice be heard and make a difference on the world. Do you? Do you have the support of your teachers or parents and doing this because I understand you're thirteen? Yeah. So my parents are in full support of best. And some of my teachers are at one of my teachers my humanities teacher. Actually, here's the one who inspired us to start striking school because he got us into this and was teaching us about Greta and how out santeria strikes every Friday, and he's been folks affordable. Do you think that you can have any real influence on the future of climate change? I think so because every person can make a difference every price invoice matters at if you think that your voice doesn't matter. Then no one's ever gonna make a difference. And no one's ever gonna change. Because as everyone thinks that nothing's ever going to happen. And. Everything adds up. Everything makes a difference in the ad that I think that's why it has already grown so much. If you look at how many people are even here today and across the world, it's really inspiring.

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Alex Cora bringing Red Sox — and the trophy — to celebrate title in Puerto Rico

WBZ Afternoon News

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Alex Cora bringing Red Sox — and the trophy — to celebrate title in Puerto Rico

"Since twenty twelve it's not a thing that the company does often, and it does indicate that company is really piling up cash. It has more than one hundred billion dollars in cash right now. The last time Berkshire bought its own stock was back in December of two thousand twelve one New York lawmaker says all gun permit. Applicants should have their social media post review before they're allowed to own a gun Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams has introduced the legislation. He says the eleven killed in Pittsburgh last week may well be alive today. If the thirties had looked through the gunman social media posts before giving him a gun permit, the shoot and Pennsylvania had no

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Thousands attend vigil for Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victims

Morning Edition

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

Thousands attend vigil for Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victims

"Federal court is expected to be a brief one to transfer the prosecution case to the southern district of New York, which is where five of the bombs were discovered. David Schaper, NPR news Fort Lauderdale in baseball. The Boston Red Sox are this year's World Series champions. They beat the Los Angeles Dodgers five to one last night in Los Angeles, Boston Steve Pearce was declared the series most valuable player. He was thrilled by the honor filling my life. And this is what you. Are gonna wishing that you could be something like this. And with the special group of guys out there to celebrate with them that was awesome Pierce had three home runs in the last two games, including two last night. The Red Sox have now won four titles in fifteen seasons. The dodgers haven't won a championship in thirty years. This is NPR news from Washington. This is WNYC from New York. Good morning. I'm Richard Hake. Seven four fifty one degrees. Clouds right now, we could see some showers this morning, but then clearing up to partly sunny skies today with a high near fifty five degrees Jewish community. Members are mourning the victims of last weekend's shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue, a group gathered outside of a family service center in flatbush for a vigil where Jewish leaders assured residents that their safety is a top priority. Several elected officials also joined congresswoman Yvette Clark called on Brooklyn residents to find strength in the community. It is up to us here in Brooklyn to set the example of how we pulled together during times of tragedy to raise up one another's Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams who helped organize the gathering called on off duty officers to carry their firearms into houses of worship also more than a thousand people attended a service in a call to action out of New Jersey synagogue in response to the shooting WNYC. Nancy Solomon reports the crowd erupted in applause when governor Phil Murphy called for more gun control. But the biggest reaction came. When rabbi Clifford Cohen help President Trump responsible for the rise in antisemitic violence. It

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Thrilling World Cup gets fitting finale as France end Croatia's dream run

Morning Edition

02:46 min | 3 years ago

Thrilling World Cup gets fitting finale as France end Croatia's dream run

"Wnyc in new york good morning i'm richard hake it's eight oh four seventy eight degrees sunny skies expect a hot day today highs near eighty nine degrees with high humidity and a twenty percent chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms nearly two dozen tenants in a kushner companies owned building in brooklyn are suing for what they say is systemic harassment wnyc shawn carlson has more the nineteen plaintiffs say kushner companies used a deliberate campaign of harassment and dangerous construction practices to push them out of their rent stabilized apartments they say the company would then convert those units to luxury condos and bring in high paying buyers and associated press investigation found almost seventy five percent of the building was emptied or sold within three years totaling more than one hundred and fifty five million dollars in sales so far kushner companies was run for much of that time by current presidential adviser jared kushner the ten million dollar lawsuit was announced by the advocacy group housing rights initiative and brooklyn borough president eric adams governor cuomo's urging federal officials to renew a policy allowing food stamp recipients to use their benefits at local farmer's markets cuomo wrote to the us secretary of agriculture last week to express concern he says the federal government notified the state because of technology change recipients of the supplemental nutritional assistance program will no longer be able to use their benefits at farmers markets jury deliberations resume today in the trial of former new york state senate majority leader dean skeleton his son wnyc's fred mogul reports the jury began deliberating friday morning shortly before adjourning in the afternoon they requested hundreds of pages of trial testimony and the transcript of a wiretapped conversation between the senior scholars and then nassau county executive tom and gano about the county contractor adam skeletons worked for this is the second trial of the father and son an earlier conviction was vacated after the us supreme court narrowed the scope of what constitutes an illegal quid pro quo the high court said a public social must do more than a range of meeting or make a call on someone's behalf in order for it to be bribery prosecutors alleged scholars pledged to support legislation that would benefit adam skeletons employer the two skeletons denied the charges cheers and groans erupted around new york yesterday as france defeated croatia in the men's world cup finals immigrants visitors and families from both countries were on the edges of their seat until france pulled away and never looked back paris native damian shinno came to steal day festivities on the upper east side to celebrate to see so many french people also in the street here it makes me prophecy that france's everywhere away and i feel very proud about that over in croatia story a croatian americans were disappointed but also bursting with pride here's mario peru ch.

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Man who claimed dismembered woman died during sex found guilty of murder

First Morning News

02:10 min | 3 years ago

Man who claimed dismembered woman died during sex found guilty of murder

"The run after the death of a two year old boy in mount vernon the child's mother returned home from work last night found the child unconscious he was later pronounced dead at the hospital man watching the boy told the mother that someone else was actually watching the child he then fled the scene hasn't been seen since in new jersey of fourteen year old girl is facing charges after the death of a newborn boy the child was left alone outside a home in highland park diamond mahia says the boy was already ice cold when she found him when i look for a post it wasn't no cost but i still gave a cpr i tried until the ambulance showed up on say the teenagers been charged as a juvenile and is facing first degree murder charges the statue of dr j marion sims going to be moved from central park to his burial site in brooklyn today simms was praised for its work and gynecology but has been condemned in recent years because he experimented on slaves city approved a commission recommendation that the statue be new york state parole board received more than three hundred sixty seven thousand letters protesting the release of a convicted cop killer urban bell was supposed to be released today but that's now on hold after a lawsuit filed by one of the widows of the two police officers he killed the pba has called on the public protests that released a brooklyn lawmaker wants justice for the family of a woman who was found dismembered and a park here's wnyc gus brooklyn's borough president is increasing the pressure on police defined brandy odem killer death was called but this case cannot be called eric adams joining odem family and friends at can rc park last night tomorrow weeks since the twenty six year olds dismembered body was found at kenner rc park they placed a memorial ribbon on the fence and called and police to step up their efforts adam says he is committing one thousand dollars of his own money for information leading for justice for brandy odom brandy smother nicole she's been in contact with the nypd it has been urging them to find whoever killed her daughter i'm sue guzman on seven ten w o or jury now considering the fate of an upper west side nanny who killed two young children that she was carrying for the.

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"brooklyn borough" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"brooklyn borough" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Are you ready brooklyn borough that great opportunity i'll put them there's a lot of people that are very mad because they feel like if we are selling the i'd like to outside interests and some of those conversations have also been going on here on the mainland uh people are kind of split about how they feel about these companies taking these initiatives some people are saying this is an opportunity for them to get some good pr and others are questioning why there's not more cooperation between them because there is some overlap in the uh the work they are doing that's the world's lydia amana leader there and coming up later in the show part two of the story from the world's puerto rico team trying to get a letter to a grandmother on a remote part of the island while puerto rico struggles to get back on his feet many puerto ricans are just leaving at least for the time being there the latest in a growing number of people around the globe displaced by extreme weather events then rising seas all linked to climate change for the most part these are difficult stories of lost homes and livelihoods even whole communities but once in awhile you find a different kind of story here's more from deeper fernandez in guatemala it's the annual festival of saint john in the tiny town of some one laguna on the shore of guatemala's lake at the plan the festivities are in full swing and every one it seems is celebrating his is well except for one group of families.

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