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"burlington high school" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"burlington high school" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Wiping. I think that's funny. And I know I know that it's like anti white or whatever, but it's funny because he half means it, but if you know his comedy throughout the years, he's an equal opportunity offender, okay? But Dave Chappelle goes after trans people. I want to get the exact thing of what he says. And it's not even after trans people. It's just it's a joke. It's lighthearted. And the Netflix kind of regime loses their mind. By the way, Dave Chappelle, I think, is objectively hilarious. Some of the greatest kind of comic routines in the last 20 years have come from Dave chapelle. He's vulgar and all that. I get it, okay? And I'm not even supporting you listening to him. But what gets Netflix more fired up? Dave Chappelle making fun of men who think they are women or women who think they are men, or remember the documentary cuties of the child pornography, pedophilia that they put on their platform? Netflix was perfectly okay with child pornography coming on their program. And then the person in charge who's one of the weakest people I've seen kind of this Netflix CEO he just put out a letter and he comes out and he says, well, I misunderstood. I shouldn't have, I shouldn't have stood by our creation there. So let me straight. You can make fun of white people Christians. You can engage in child pedophilia, but the second you make a joke about transgenderism or say that gender is a fact, that's all that he said. He said gender is a fact. Let's play cut 92, and now Netflix employees are walking out of Netflix. Cut 92. Dozens of protesters made their voices heard today outside Netflix offices in Los Angeles. Workers walked out to protest Dave Chappelle's new comedy special, which some consider offensive to transgender people. The company put out a statement saying it values its trans colleagues, respects the walkout and recognizes that it needs to do better. They have a sign there that says, hate isn't funny. And we have called this for a while. Haven't we Connor? I think we've been on the cutting edge of this prediction. Comedy will soon be dead, and I called the revocation of the office diversity day. I called it by the. It's one of the funniest things ever. People say, you're a racist for saying that. It's hilarious, okay? It's called not taking yourself so seriously. And this is a great, this is why dictators don't like comics. This is why they had to cut off Cicero's head. Cicero was the funniest man in Rome one year Roman council, and he was killed by Mark entity Mark and entity. Mark Antony and the second Roman triumphant, because he was so good at mocking people in charge. This is why Mussolini and Stalin, they quickly rounded up all the comics because comedy cuts through to all people because comedy is truth. One of these Vishal sing tweets out, I'm here at the Netflix walkout as a non binary filmmaker who has helped create over 30 hours of Emmy winning original documentary from Netflix. I will not stay quiet. I wish you would. The damage done by the damage done by Dave Chappelle's transphobia transphobia is consistent and translates into real world hate. These pronouns are they he. And Dave Chappelle just on his. Comedy routine saying gender is a fact. Meanwhile, at a high school in Vermont, just to kind of show the state of the nation, what are they doing during a high school football game? Oh, they're having a drag show. Do we have cut 89? This is a report of a local news outlet that a high school public high school. Has a this is in Burlington Vermont, the godless soulless Burlington Vermont. They have a drag show. Play cut 89. A first of its kind halftime show for the Burlington high school homecoming football game, a drag ball hosted by the gay street alliance club. To include the LGBTQ community and a sport that has traditionally been very masculine, it's really good for us to be able to add a gender bending aspect to that. BHS students along with students from self Burlington and Winnie ski creating their own persona, and performing for a packed crowd. Kids on TikTok are saying that they are using demon as a pronoun. No joke. It's a new thing that. And of course, yeah, that's not a spiritual, everybody. Nope, nothing to see here. Atheism, it's all just a bunch of cells. Give me a break. Cut 58. So leoni uses them permanent and demon pronouns for the demon pronouns. It would be Leona is my partner, demis Q and I belong to dean. I love Damon very much, and I hope the most given to. Posted without comment. Dave Chappelle is now being potentially canceled for being hilarious. And it all ties together all of this. The hypersensitivity, the inactivity, the anarcho tyranny, all of it kind of comes together. But don't worry everybody, according to the U.S. State Department, it is international pronoun day. Everything's great. It is international prone pronoun day. Meanwhile, China is now testing scientific note hypersonic missiles. If I was Gigi ping and I saw that Netflix employees are walking out over saying gender is a fact, if I was Gigi ping and I saw drag queen halftime show, I would take Taiwan over lunch. And the State Department says it's international pro now day. This is a real thing. And media matters will love this. The transgender garbage is making America, a dangerous place. It allows our enemies and opportunity to take us over. Everybody look, there are shortages all over the place. We are running out of stuff quickly. It's scary out there. We can't get fish sticks anymore, sour patch kids, toilet paper, diapers. It's not a joke. People are going to suffer because of the malevolence and some would say the incompetence of this regime. I'm a prepper. So my wife and I were good because we know that calamity and.

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"burlington high school" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"burlington high school" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"With Lou Diamond Phillips, The actor director is now the author of a sci fi fantasy novel, The Tinderbox Soldier of Indira, which was a long time in the making their security during the novel called Key Rozen. 47th and the reason that he is 40 47 is because I was 47 years old. He started this. I am 58 now, and the original inspiration for the novel was a serious of drawings that my wife, Yvonne, had done that were intended to be a sort of mangga animate treatment of Hans Christian Andersen's the tinderbox. It started as a screenplay. Then it turned into a novel, which Lou worked on in between his day job's kept acting and directing and wrote the novel sporadically so over a 10 year period of time. Finally came up with the first draft it sold last summer. His wife even illustrated the book. It was always designed to be a project that we had together something that brought together both of our talents. The tinderbox soldier of Indira is available now. Ashley DeVore Kin fox News. Old Programs on news Talk 11 30 ws and our broadcast through the NX Wealth Management Studios. NX Wealth Management know the difference. Oh, and just in case you thought Democrats would only go after people like me or people like elected officials. Congressman senator is like Ron Johnson. They're going after people like you, too. Just regular people. For expressing their First Amendment rights. The story from the Racine Journal Times, A teacher at Burlington High School, has been pulled out of the classroom after allegations that he directed students to watch a video baseless Lee questioning the outcome. Of the 2020 presidential election. Jeff Taffe is social studies teacher also told students that he was traveling this week to Washington, D. C. In an online lesson plan shared on social media. He claimed he was quote standing up for election. Integrity. It was not immediately clear whether Taff was part of a demonstration Wednesday at the U. S. Capitol that turned violent lead to four deaths and delayed Congressman's Congress is confirmation. Of Joe Biden's election win. This, by the way is also do you know how three people out of those four that they're referencing died? Heart attacks. You know why? Because they were a little old ladies and little old men who were showing up to peaceably Assemble, you know, like the Constitution theoretically allows Burlington area School district officials on Thursday said a teacher has been placed on leave from his job well, officials investigate information posted in an online lesson plan. Officials did not disclose details of the information being reviewed. The teacher has been placed on administrative leave so that we can investigate the totality of the circumstances, the district said in a prepared statement. The district did not identify the teacher by name, but others on social media of identified Taff, a social studies teacher, in his seventh year at Burlington High School. According to a purported online lesson plan shared on social media. Taft told students he was taking time off work to travel to Washington, he wrote. Some of you will understand why some will not. I am sorry, but standing up for election integrity and our right to vote in fair elections is too important for me to not be there. He told students. He would be gone from school Tuesday through Thursday. And plan to return. Friday. In the online lesson plan. He directed students to review materials that included a video discussing debunked claims calling into question President elect Biden's victory in the November 3rd election over incumbent President Donald Trump. There's a kicker school district officials would not address the authenticity of the lesson plan posted On Social media. Notice. However, The Racine Journal Times does not post a link to the lesson plan or to the video that Taff shared. Why not? Well, I love to see it as a fellow journalist. I would love to see whether or not this video he posted has, in fact been debunked because if it's a video, talking about all the ways in which Democrats violated state election law here in Wisconsin over the past year, well, then it hasn't been debunked at all. No, I don't know the particulars of this situation, nor do I know the specifics of what was actually discussed. Nor do I know if if Jeff Taffe, I don't know we see the gun. Was he, the guy who had his feet up on Nancy Pelosi's desk? I'm willing to wager he wasn't but if he was okay, that's probably grounds to suspend him because you know he committed federal crimes. But by God, a First Amendment violation. Has been committed, if, in fact the Burlington school District Is disciplining him for protected political speech. Again. I'm not willing to jump to conclusions because I wasn't in the room where this happened, and I don't know the specifics of the story, but it Like Jeff Taffe. Chose the wrong side of the political divide. Do you think for a moment? If Jeff Taffe Had. I don't know. I had a black lives matter. Lesson plan would he have been fired? Would he have been disciplined? Would he have been? Oh, I don't know. Reprimanded in any way. You might recall Melissa Stats 1/4 grade teacher at Cooper Elementary and Burlington. Who posted Or at least introduced. Ah, Black Lives matter. Lesson plan. Member the firestorm over that that made CNN she was a free speech hero. She developed a lesson, including a Children's book, a worksheet and an educational video, telling CNN. The students seemed interested in that lesson. Lesson, which discussed systemic racism in the black lives matter. Movement sparked outrage in Burlington in the backlash was swift, Angry parents began calling for the teachers resignation. They.

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"burlington high school" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"burlington high school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Exactly 5 39 time for Orient's agribusiness. Brief Good morning as we take a look at yesterday's market, trade and agriculture, the lean hog futures climbed yesterday as traders grappled with mounting confusion on lower than expected processing rates. The Wednesday US hog processing great 489,000 head that was 2000 fewer than the same period a year ago. So at the end of the trading session Yesterday. The October Li Na GE contract was up 62 cents on hundredweight. The October Live cattle contract down 32 cents and the October Theater cattle contract was up 27 cents hundredweight checking the grain market at the Chicago Board of Trade yesterday. The March wheat futures and ID up three and a quarter cents a bushel. December corn futures up five and a quarter sense And the November soybeans and the 13 cents a bushel higher in the trade yesterday of the murder until exchange and a program that I like conducted by the Illinois Farm Bureau and its foundation, which created the Illinois Agricultural Education Teacher Grant program to support new agriculture teachers who complete their first year of teaching and before recipients. This Here. Aaron Slack of the Paxton Buckley Load a high school and Paxton Caitlin Post, Central Burlington High School of Burlington. Harley Carlson of the Central Community High School at Bree's and Gary Bracket of the Meridian High School in Macon, Illinois. Congratulations to those future and president, vocational agriculture teachers. That's Agnes. Is I'm Orient Samuelsen. Have a good day. Yes, we will attempted are thank story and 5 41. I stayed up too late last night is gonna go to bed early, but then flip it around and antenna TV. The Johnny Carson show the guest, Jackie Gleason. For almost the full length of the show, So I had to watch that. I remember seeing that originally, but I couldn't turn it off those fantastic I've seen. I think that was correctly. I didn't see it last night, but I've seen it before. Wasn't that the show where Gleeson says it was his first time on the show? Yeah. Carson. Yeah, Johnny, I think during the interview said I've been doing this show. I think of the time 23 years and we've never had you on. There was no real explanation. I mean, it was clear that Gleason was a fan. Yeah, and had been watching the show. But it was pretty good. They run that Monday through Friday from 9 to 10 on antenna TV and used to be on a 10. And then Theglobe and high exalted mystic ruler of Antenna, TV and W. Jin radio claimed that he moved it to nine when I started here so I could watch it. I never believed that though, but it was nice to him to save Did coincide. Did Yeah. Was it be anything the year? That's right. Maybe he'll buy this whole 6 15 starting to show that Wouldn't that be nice? Well, we've only been on the air less than an hour. I already have my favorite news story of the day Steve mentioned during the 5 30 newscast about bacon. A bacon scented mask. Maybe maybe that's the way to get these cove idiots who don't want to wear a mask to wear a mask. Give them something like, you know, a bacon sent or something they like. And they know where cookies or something. Yeah, it's disgusting. I know. Well, hold on. I'm on breathing. Will bacon dot com ordering my mask right now? Yeah, I can get you guys wanna do They have any other citizen beef jerky all day like any other sense yet available because that one. Listen, I think it's a great idea. Yeah, because I I actually had this idea weeks ago because I've been spraying my mask with Lysol and solved. It kind of sticks around all day long. Yeah, just clean it, I guess. But I thought, wouldn't it be nice if you had, like scented things that you could spread your mask with? And here it is breathable bacon. Why don't you just wash the mask with like a nice smelling soap? And then you could smell the clean nous of the mask? I don't know about this so part Well, this explain work, this explains a lot goes manage has been high on Lysol kidding. That's getting skewered. You know, there are other ways to clean clean that, Steve. But Like I would go for what would I want? Maybe a hot dog smell? That would be good French fries. You could you could take the bacon thing and run with it. Like, for instance, How about Apple and bacon? Liken bacon at Applewood Bacon Smell. This is a crazy conversation. Chocolate. How about chocolate? A mind smells like roses. No joke. Well, you know what these these big companies the fast food companies. I bet they'll get involved. You know McDonald's was going to say French fries. Yeah. Then you know you get your big Mac mask. Ah, KFC mask, right? Be a chick fil a mask. I think I think we're onto something here if somebody's under something 5 45. Let's get on with the information you need in the.

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"burlington high school" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

08:56 min | 2 years ago

"burlington high school" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"That, we were paying islands and nylons Iran. Every. Daisy Oh, every two days we were paying for new southern island kept Geos, and if you if anybody knows anything about dancing. Does. are like the most expensive nylon a I'm assuming they're Italian which usually means expensive. So And get EUCHRE's for five right. But had to keep getting them because they kept reina run. They run, you get in trouble in. In trouble they were running because they were turning you into a strip club, not a strict like double X. Club my I was not hired in under that pretense. So why should I have do? You shouldn't. But my point is that like you're complaining about it, which is fine. You have every right to be pissed about is. Can't go up against that system they own the bar, they can do whatever they want. Started doing unified to. Go system is under just say no. And also. There was a bartender there that was parked and he fired her for being regular. So she had a Hugh Burlington high school. People off and put them in and you know. Whatever school night school you're pregnant like they have like ways to get around the matter. It's like right to work. You know what I mean. It's like they can fire you for whatever reason any reason they can think that's the that's the will state of law I mean, Hey, I don't like the shirt you're wearing today get out. Ever they want. It doesn't matter what you think are what you say or what's happening you. You can be running it doesn't matter at will employment. And again, the reason that these kind of restaurant owners and managers have got away with changing the rules and making I'm about to go along and do whatever. The fuck they want basically is that we're not eating because if you're unionized, all of your gripes would be sat down for something like that I'm. In ninth. Everything that you just mentioned was all stuff that a union would protect you against. People don't want to join a Union for the restaurant industry and you know look what's happened. Industry. Unions avary is look look what's happened during the pandemic it's completely decimated the entire industry were all left out on our asses without jobs or risking our lives go to work or whatever the fuck cows are. Up and this is where Union would have come in and they've been like, all right. You guys are all going to like the government's GonNa take care of all these people we've got money set aside for all these people. That's what unions do they aren't as. People again. Musicians, but it's like you keep them on the straight narrow the servers restaurant people bartenders in this country would taken care of. I feel like we should be unionized. It's something that I think is a real thing and like I understand the reasons why people wouldn't want to. But at the same time, I'm just like guys win stuff like this happens that's exactly why we would have a union you like we're in a situation right now where a lot of us don't know what the fuck we're going to be entire thing with trump saying he's to give four hundred dollars that's only up our governor decides to give the twenty percent and we already know that we're GonNa say we're not going to get that money it's not going to well. I did love that is that he you know goes on TV and I signed an executive order that will give everybody you know four hundred dollars an extended no no, that's not really what you did is put in place an order that said the states have to figure out how to do it. Yeah, exactly. Followers are such sheep and they're like Oh, of course. He's trying to do some people read headlines Stories. Employed like if you go permit like you know if that's what you believe in like. You know I can't really change your mind at this point. We've all decided that this is what we're doing. And that's what you were doing. The, way that I feel about is I'm just like I see what he's saying he's saying that he is going to stop all the taxes on the stuff those taxes repeating endorsers security, and again, right what the fuck is my grandma going to do when she's on social security or Medicaid anymore like what is going to happen with her? He is saying, Oh, I'm GONNA forgive if you voting. Completely get rid of. Say That that was a viable option. Let's just say was then why are you saying that only if you back in while I help you. Like. That doesn't make sense to me. Why are you doing? President. I'd like to put out this isn't this isn't actually a tangent because because of all this, you are still getting fucked at work so. Or actually not at work again. Minimum, rate. You know like an actual livable wage or something like this is insane to me that this is all happening and like all my friends are like Oh look what happened look what happened like even if that was the case, even if we got four hundred dollars every week, how long would it take implement that? How long ago? Hake Berkeley's People's will start receiving their money. It's not tomorrow guy his nine today all the people that certified today it's not today it wasn't last week it's. Not. GonNa, happen before you're. Right. It's insane I. Say. Going to answer I'm really asleep y'all also sorry for like all the people that work in bars that. are able to work like it's it's a nightmare. either. Able to or don't feel comfortable going back I mean that's the both both situations. Like not lazy I'm about to go to school anyway it's now. Lazy. With. The fact that I don't feel on ongoing Bachelor Yeah I. Love My last bartending job. I would have been so happy like. Never hit I have been chugging along their main. bartending job well, I mean and that's you know there's a double whammy there to you know just talking about the executive orders in that kind of stuff you know one of the things that he you know they're they're really trying to push through and one of the sticking points is the removal of any and all liability for companies and business owners. In case anybody catches Cova. Oh yes and that's the thing you know you look at like okay. If Major, League baseball which basically has unlimited money. Can't keep their players from having outbreaks. How in the hell is you know Joe's Corner Dive Bar. You know going to keep their people safe like I. Want we did we've seen it. You Know How many times have there been. facebook posts or whatever from local dot local bars or whatever else? Hey y'all were closed for the next four days are hey, you know somebody pop positive go get yourself checked that kind of stuff. It's I. Mean it's a real issue. I will say that I. Say What I do what I? Say That I work in an area and there's super of going back to work and. They've been asking us to like write letters and to protest and strike. Because one of the things was that we brought up with like it even the amount e and the NFL. Because we saw what happened Matt Stafford were. Negative, negative positive negative negative. Yeah. I was like even like. Something like that were they have unlimited resource. If they can't keep it under attack. How the hell is the rest of the world. Under Chan Yeah Not A, there's no way short answer is were not. They don't really fucking care. It doesn't matter to like the higher ups how many of us peons workers that are like struggle to survive dive. Now. Yeah but the I'm not down for that like I I. Don't think any of us. I'm like. Actively protesting on like I'm not doing that I'm not. Knowing. You know I look at it even from my little microcosm of my world like I'm I'm not throwing engineers at shows yet. When I'm when we have shows that WANNA run in studio, I'm running them. Because I'm just not ready to..

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"burlington high school" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

08:16 min | 2 years ago

"burlington high school" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"It will pay to an independent school, but it doesn't put a cap on the amount of money that you would pay to a public school. that's interesting and okay, so so in that scenario the the tuition student. The one who's says I don't have a high school in my own town I'm Gonna I'm GonNa have my town. Pay Some tuition so that I can go to high school in the neighboring town. High School in the neighboring town happens to be and. Pick on the Catholic schools. Let's say it's a baptist school of some kind or or its Jewish Academy whatever Would we run into a problem there? Milk well now. We're back to what you were discussing with professor teach health. But, if if that was a non sectarian school, it would be no problem. Right. Sectarian school that that that does you would. You would agree that that does create creative. Well, I think professor teacher was saying I. Think I tend to agree with what he was saying is that there seems to be a distinction between the compelled support clause in the Vermont Constitution and what the US Supreme Court was doing in their reasoning them. I haven't had a chance to really work through that carefully. Okay let me let me ask professor teach out about this question of the dual dual enrollment program and the the student who is enrolled in the school in the dual enrollment program. could be I mean. Let's imagine if from any for Burlington high school and they say I wanNA take a couple of classes at Saint. Michael's is there. Are there any issues there in connection with the fact that you know? The money eventually goes to say Michael's to pay for the students enrollment there. it's a Catholic affiliated school any issue there. I if there is an issue, it would have to be challenging that provision under the state constitution. Men As attorney Rick, Trajan, said if the money, the tax supported. Dollars are being used to support religious courses or religious activities. Then that would violate the Vermont Constitution, but if you're talking about advanced courses in biology. Being offered by Saint Michael's advanced courses in math science literature. I don't think there would be a successful challenge under the Vermont Constitution. Is the Supreme Court has interpreted that because again under the Vermont Constitution, it's not the status the religious status of the institution. It's whether there are protections against taxpayer dollars being used to support religious activities, worship or education. That's my view. Yeah, that's that's really interesting and and Let me ask Dan Richardson. If someone were to challenge. You know someone who's a real kind of strict instructions, Mr something on the topic of I. Don't WanNa see a single dollar on my to of my tax dollars going to sport anybody having anything to do with religion. You know I'm a I'm a I'm a dyed-in-the-wool atheist or something and I really oppose the idea of religious education and I. Don't WanNa see this and I and I. Would, would Vermont's in imagine the case then goes up to the US Supreme Court in which Vermont's sort of standard here this no, no compelled support standard, which does allow for some assistance to people affiliated with religious schools, providing that the content of what they're doing is not religious How would how do you think Vermont's law? Current law would stand up in the in at the US Supreme Court given that court's. Jurisprudence on this type thing over the years. I think I i. think it would actually fair a little bit much better than the Montana. provisions professor. Each had indicated before. You know these no support clauses in about thirty eight states are much newer. Version. and they were adopted. You know. They were adopted around the time where there was a fear of Catholicism and they're often referred referred to as the plane amendments because they were promulgated at a time where there was sort of an anti-catholic push To protect the states and as a result, they have been seen. You know they've been a target for people looking to expand. the rights of religious schools or religious institutions to receive public funding. In some form or another, the no compelled support clause which I think about twenty three states have dates back to the. In Vermont particularly dates back to the seventeen seventy six Pennsylvania. Constitution and you know. These have largely stood the test of. and I think. The reasoning that the Vermont Supreme Court has. Given in the series of cases where it's happened to review the no compelled support are are fairly consistent with what the US Supreme. Court has given and just in direct answer to your question. You know that was the exact issue in Taylor versus cabinet is you had to individuals who felt very very strongly against use of these town funds for historic renovation. Because the institution itself was a religious institution, and they made the argument. That will you give a dollar here? That means you free up a dollar for them elsewhere, too to conduct religious education, or service or worship, so it's a it's a it's a wash. It's effectively freeing up that money for them to do that. Relief work in the in the Vermont Supreme Court said no, that's that we're not gonNA look. At that at it that way, we're not gonNA make that leap and of logic and inference We're just GONNA look at what is the grant going to And what does it do and and is this supporting a religious proposition because it isn't in that case or you know if you can show that, it's not going towards either religious education or further and stuff religion, and you know in the Taylor case. We made a the. Church was able to show that this was going for the siding on the outside. Not for the sanctuary or you know refurbishing a religious symbol of some kind you know, and because of that the court said it's fine and I think the US Supreme, court would would largely find along the lines of of the Trinity Decision and Espinosa and and looking the lock decision from two thousand four. That says you know really only if you're clearly supporting a religious education or religious training ministers doing that type of activity now, what's going to be interesting to see where the Supreme Court draws the line beyond Espinosa? The important in Taylor has drawn a line. That's fairly robust in its protection, but the US Supreme Court may draw the line a little bit more circumspect, which is, you could see them making a distinction between You know the education of a minister and sort of incidental Religious Education so for example you match parochial parochial school where ninety five percent of the instruction is secular biology history English etc, and five percent is chapel and catechism. and then then. You know the US Supreme Court could easily make to say well it..

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"burlington high school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"burlington high school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"On 43 round here wrote the Marquette is quiet at 12 minutes. Traffic and weather together on the tents on fabulous aga w T. M. J Pellet up. Dotcom Timesaver Traffic sunny, warm, humid today with a slight chance of a thunderstorm west of town in an inland high of 86. Partly cloudy tonight with a muggy low of 66. It's 77 degrees in Milwaukee at 802 From the W T. M. J breaking News Center, a group of small business owners pushing for more strict mask Wearing rules in Milwaukee, TMG force Ryan Jenkins. Business owners say it's time to follow the lead of states like Illinois and cities like New York, Denver and rally and requiring that facemask be worn any time a person is out in public this morning, a letter sent to the mayor and it's a common council President Cavalier Johnson reads. Quote. Please don't let us become Florida or Texas both of those states. I've seen what some health officials described as a disturbing surge in the number of positive corona virus cases. They're more than 70 local businesses signed the letter. One of those business owners, Gary Widow, the Paps Theater Group, will join US Live had 8 21 Central Racine County Health Department and the National Guard are offering Kobe 19 testing outside of Burlington High School. For the next two days. Anyone aged five and older can get tested between 9 a.m. in 6 p.m. You do not need an appointment as his state's Kobe 19 numbers continue to rise, Texas Greg Abbott ordered bars to close down again in Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner has created a wall of shame featuring the names of bars that have refused to close in the interest of public health. These are businesses that quite frankly, just not serving their patrons. Well among the bars on the list is one called Poor behavior Suck absolutely sock, says general manager Josh Reiner, who insists that despite its oddly appropriate name Poor behavior doesn't belong on the wall of shame. We do sell a lot of alcohol. But we also have Ah, 6000 square foot scratch kitchen till he says he will close until he could make his case to the city. Jim Ryan, ABC NEWS Dallas High profile Community activist is now in Milwaukee police custody for a warrant violation. Community organizer Von Mays was seen on several cell phone videos peacefully surrendering to Milwaukee police near North Avenue and 51st Street on Monday. According to reports, Mays was already facing multiple pending federal charges dating back to the Sherman Park unrest in 2016. Allegations. Same Maze was plotting to throw Molotov cocktails at Milwaukee Police station any West Allis home. Police say Mays was taken into custody this time because of a warrant violation. He was president the House fire on 40th and Lloyd last week, claiming he was putting out fires on the property. Kevin Wells W T. M J News Milwaukee Protests for police reform enter a 33rd day today some of their leaders detailing their plans. Speaking to the Milwaukee Press club Monday, destiny Monet says spirits remain high for their movement is a lot of support amongst the people that are in Khalil Coleman says their efforts won't stop until they get most of their demands met, including stronger punishments for police actions, really lost real accountability for one police officers do things that they should not do. As for covert 19 concerns, Monet says, taking the virus seriously, help get more people to join their cause. It's because we were a mess because we have a synthesizer and because we do all these things He's like, Okay, so maybe I can come out Rusty Mellberg. W T M J News coming up. You've had a few months Now, the IRS says, Time is up. W th a news time, you know, file this report sponsored by.

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"burlington high school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"burlington high school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Work, he says the virus did not spread among employees. The market's move coming is several small businesses sent a letter to Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett asking him to make worrying a mask in public a requirement. The central Racine County Health Department and the National Guard are offering Cove in 19 testing outside of Burlington High School. That'll be going on for the next two days. Anyone aged five and older can go get a test between nine And six. No appointment is needed. A group of protesters still rallying outside the Milwaukee County jail this morning after one of their own was taken away in handcuffs. These protesters have been marching and gathering since yesterday afternoon when von Mays was arrested by Milwaukee police on suspicion of burglary and trust passing, police say Maze entered the home year 40th and Lloyd last Tuesday where protesters gathered outside before the home was lit on fire. Mais, who's been a vocal leader of rallies the past several weeks, has run into trouble with the law before. He is currently awaiting trial on allegations that he made and plan to throw Molotov cocktails at a police station in the wake of the Sherman Park on arresting 2016 Maze has not yet been charged for this latest incident. Mike Spaulding Wdm Jen Yu's family of Joel Sa ve, though, is asking for the arrest of two people they say witnessed the injuries. Milwaukee Police officer Michael Mattioli allegedly gave us today though that led to his death in April. Fool's father, Jose spoke at a rally Monday outside the probation and parole office in Glendale did not deserve to die. Cordish individuals. They took part of myself and think you got away with it. You're not gonna get away with Team J. Forney's reporting. One of the witnesses worked for the Department of Corrections at that office before resigning about a week ago. Wisconsin State Senator Tim Carpenter will have surgery today after getting hurt during a protest last week in Madison. WDM cheese Jonah Cure, spoke with center via text message about the extent of those injuries. The injuries were serious. I think much more serious than people. Realized he actually suffered a broken nose and severe damage to his Sinuses. He needs to have the surgery to make himself Holder be able to do his job. Carpenter expects to miss a week of work. He hopes to return as soon as possible. Wisconsin's morning news sponsored by our and our insurance, they are the knowledge brokers coming up calls to get kids back in classrooms. W T. M J NEWS time. 7 34 Acquisitions of local.

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"burlington high school" Discussed on Breaking Money Silence®

Breaking Money Silence®

14:15 min | 2 years ago

"burlington high school" Discussed on Breaking Money Silence®

"Two powerful women who owned the company. Gen. -clusive I am joined by Jessica nor house and Lindsey Leith rip and I met them when they were working together on an initiative. That's here in Vermont. Called change the story so welcome both of you to The podcast today. Thanks for having us. Thanks it's nice to be here. Yeah I'm really excited to take this time and break money silence with both of you and to find out a little bit more about how you to came together because I have seen a variety of different work situations meetings fun events and I've never gotten around to asking. How did you two as a dynamic duo get together sure so Jessica volunteered when we were at changes story and we were first publishing our very first of four reports status reports on women and she volunteered to read and edit those reports it was love at first sight? How I couldn't stay away. It's true and we both had a very similar philosophy around who could be the change makers around gender inclusivity and that was employers and so from there we got to start partnering on lots of different on things like the business pure exchange which. I'm sure you'll hear about and Now our company inclusive awesome. So Jessica tell me a little bit about what your perspective was at love at first sight and more importantly what The initiative at changed the story is about the love at first sight. Part was meeting Lindsey and getting to work with Tiffany blue only has the director of Change Story Vermont. To amazing women and many more have come through before incense changes story. Vermont is A. It's a partnership initiatives. It was formed by three organizations who've been serving women in Vermont for decades so the Vermont. Women's foundation is our philanthropy partner and the Vermont Commission on Women is our policy partner and then a nonprofit called Vermont. Works for women is our program partner and the thinking was that together those three partners could consolidate their energies and fasttrack women's economic security in the state. So that's what we've been doing for about five years now. The Women's Fund has been very generous. We're in our second round of grant funding and as Lindsay mentioned earlier. We were tasked with one of our first projects was to collect and report on local data. About how women were doing so we put out five status reports over the last five years and that serves as an advocacy tool with our state legislature to help create policy that is friendly to women and inclusive to all people. It helps think about what we really believe that. We should be collecting that data as state every year that we shouldn't rely on children's rapid funding and it also has given us some tools to work with the change makers like involving men in the conversation about gender and working with employers so along the way there. Lindsey was in founding are employer project which we call the business pure exchange and that's where we bring cohort of employers together every year to talk about all kinds of topics around gender equity and inclusivity in the workplace awesome. So you both mentioned men. And I'm a big believer in male allies to gender equality so talk a little bit about how your involving men and businesses in what you're up to in that regard as it as it relates to your work. Yeah I would say even more than male allies. I want male sponsors who have skin in the game. So there's saying that women are over mentored and under sponsored and I think it's a great thing to distinguish between the two rights you need you need advocates. Who are going to put their name on the line and and I often think of that as having an economic impact on a woman for having that Sponsorship so yes. We founded in through changes story. The male champions for change group that has been facilitated for what three years just yet and so? It's been really interesting to see who has been part of that group. You know across sectors nonprofit looking at what can we be doing around young men and talking about masculinity getting outside of the traditional male man box they also were pivotal in bringing manning Ted Bunch to Vermont in February two years ago and what was incredible about that. Is that the room was. What seventy percent men? Yes I was actually there where you here. Yeah Yeah so you know. It's been a really great way to get. The idea of gender like gender does not just mean women and so you know we often see gender. We're like all women stuff but getting men to really understand their role when you have most of the leadership roles. What can you be doing to bring others along? They must've been instrumental. There are male champions for change. Group has been instrumental in launching or helping. Stand up a compensation review us this year. So we are working with another group of employers Malta mid-size employers and focusing very specifically on doing reviews and helping them giving them the tools to be able to identify any gaps that might exist in. Mind those gaps going forward. That's awesome so I don't want to oversimplify this. But is that similar to what salesforce did and they found big gaps and then made up for the difference that a similar kind of study or analysis that you're encouraging people to do exactly and then have professional development a so once you close the gap. How do you make sure that you're not going to continue to reopen it? Because you're not changing your practices around negotiation or you know understanding your biopsies. I love that. I didn't know that work was going on. That's great that's absolutely great. So I WANNA to talk a little bit about a story that went viral because I know we start off talking about Vermont. And I'm this podcast. Any of my listeners. Snow I live in Vermont. I Love Vermont. Vermont a lot. This is something that really applies nationally and says something that happened in. Our little state really blew up in a big way. So why don't you tell the listeners? The story about the soccer team. Sure well I would be happy to tell that story because it had a huge impact last fall not only on our community but on my household my youngest daughter plays for Burlington high school girls varsity soccer team and as a team they were inspired by the. Us Women's national team and their efforts to advance women on an awesome field and in their lawsuit for equal pay. So they had they asked changed the story to help them create some jerseys. That's Hashtag equal pay on them and Bay created these these jerseys that looked very much like the US Women's National Team Jerseys and we had the the mighty seahorse on one slave which is the Burlington high school logo and the change. The story logo on the other sleeve and their their goal was to raise awareness and raise a little bit of money. They wanted to outfit the team but they also wanted to raise a little bit of money for a local all girls rec soccer league to help diversify and open up that group in that club to make more accessible to more girls. Love that no. They started selling the Jersey about raising some money in the community to spot a sponsorships and talk to local businesses and the community really got behind them which was great and they had. They decided to dedicate their senior game last October. Two they call their equal pay game and they were gonNA wear their equal pay jerseys underneath their uniforms because you can't wear anything with the logo on it by Vermont. School rules and about three minutes before the end scoreless game one of the senior captains scored a goal and they were so excited that they ran over it sold about four hundred jerseys already. So the stands were filled with people in their equal pay jerseys and they had invited the greater burlington girls soccer league players to come and they played at halftime so it was a packed crowd on a Friday night in the team came. Running over in the plan was to lift their uniforms to show their equal pay jerseys underneath and a few of them got a little carried away and pulled off their game uniforms entirely they were swinging them around their heads. And the wrath blew the whistle on issued four yellow cards took four for the players. Has They had jerseys with logos on now because it was technically carded for what's called. Excessive celebration. I understand that in sports but I think it's so like women just in their bodies celebrating all excited right. And doesn't a sewer in the stands. Were little confused because the week before the boys team had done something very similar raise their jerseys when I scored and they weren't carded so much like we heard in France during the women's World Cup Little Burlington High School stadium erupted into chance of equal. Pay a suit by getting chills that settled that overwhelming. It was overwhelming. It was an amazing experience and it got a little bit more complicated so in high school soccer. Now you'll also have to go off the field. If you get a yellow card you have to step off. For one. Round of play and in the confusion with the substitutions the other team scored a tying goal and the appropriately enough. I guess the goal score remained tied to the through double-overtime the end of the game. It was probably ten thirty or eleven o'clock on a Friday night. I'm we all laughed. A local paper was there and our communications director at changes story had managed to get them a lot of good local coverage leading up to the game but the and the the local paper wrote a great article on captured some great photos of the Raff issuing the yellow cards and the girls looking quickly at him and about eighteen hours later. They got a call that Good Morning. America was sending a film crew Burlington to interview them so that aired on a Sunday morning and that week it just the girls just stayed in the news cycle day after day. They were interviewed on all things considered. They were live with Anderson Cooper on CNN. Guardian wrote two articles about them published. That and then. The year really culminated in this wonderful experience where they were written up in bust times person of the year. Athlete of the year issue and also in sports illustrated's Sportsperson of the year issue is it was it was totally. It was so tremendous They ended up selling over five thousand jerseys with that the going viral in a good way and they have raised over sixty thousand dollars to help increase access for girls to sports and to support efforts to close the wage gap. That is just such a phenomenal story. I happen to see the interview on Anderson Cooper and I remember just watching them going. This is so unbelievable that you know first of all. It's these young girls. They were so well spoken. I don't know if one of those girls was your daughter or not one of them less and doing this interview. And as you run off that list of publications you know when you are in the field that I am in or in the field that you two are in and you think about the impact of getting your words or your work those publications. It's really impactful. There's just so much great about that story. And so you know as a foul up. Y- obviously they've raised a lot of money. They've raised awareness is there. Are there going to be continuing efforts? Or is that kind of you know that story and it was phenomenal. Like how do we keep that going? I guess is my question and I'm sure that you to have thought about that right well absolutely and and the team thought about that. You're absolutely right. There remarkable spokespeople. Their message has resonated with so many people around the globe. It's been really astonishing to watch. And the what has happened. You know that was October that this kicked off they were really selling a whole lot of jerseys right through January. And that's what we like to think of as their advocacy phase at started so. They were invited to keynote. A couple conferences. One of the senior captains is a filmmaker and she made a great short film called Yellowcard which she entered in a film festival so that we're hoping it's going to be much more. Broadly distributed they were recognized by not only the Burlington City Council but by the state legislature and the governor and so they were really in a position where they were just starting to build up to this much more policy oriented role and unfortunately they've been sidelined a little bit this spring but I think that they're gonNA get rolling Wants the world opens up again and there have been some partnerships that have emerged in secret. Deodorant donated fifteen thousand dollars to their fund. The Vermont community foundations set up their very first youth led fund the Equal Pay Fund. So Bat. Something that's GonNa keep rolling. Then they've made some contacts with some pretty amazing women. From professional soccer players Billie Jean King tweeted about them off. Hillary Clinton posted something about them most recently. They got a letter from president. Obama thanking them for Customized jerseys that they had sent to him so I believe that they can pick it up and roll their twelve seniors..

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"burlington high school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"burlington high school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"State makes progress toward re opening under phase one of the badger bus back program a new set of issues could arise W. T. M. J.'s Mike Spaulding is live in the breaking news center with more Hey gene chief among those issues is a second wave of the virus once were able to all gather shop eat and be together in general once again north shore health department director and Christiansen says it's important not to forget to what got us to that this point that includes sets of hand washing as well as correctly wearing face masks as of Tuesday five of the six criteria for entering phase one of the bounce back program had been Matt's new spike of covert nineteen cases in Wuhan China has officials their alarm will hand the extent of this crisis in China has started to see worrying new clusters of infection and for that reason officials now want to test all eleven million people in the hand they want to do this in just ten days but there's no word on when that will begin to see ABC's James Longman reporting Wisconsin losing its April restrictions put two counties are seeing some of the largest searches of Corbett nineteen in the U. S. why does the show's gonna she came in seventh nationally with more than one hundred fifty five percent increase Recine ten through the spike of one hundred three percent missing public health administrator dedicated lower socks telling TMJ four news it's from an increase in testing individuals coming from out of state tourists saying has not been an issue for us I mean it does happen but it's not been an issue the largest retail sting site in the area located right now at Burlington high school open at least through it at least open through Friday of this week from ten AM until six PM it's only for people with symptoms you do not need an appointment foreman Recine mayor John Deckert facing a misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge after an alleged fight at Piggly wiggly the criminal complaint says the victim told police the altercation began after he noticed Deckard was recording him driving the victim telling police he pulled into the parking lot of a grocery store near Washington and Green Bay road Deckert then approached his vehicle told the victim he was speeding words were exchanged punches thrown witnesses tell police they saw Deckard throw the first punch she will be in court on July twenty third support for the state safer at home order is slipping but those in favor are still in the majority the latest market law poll shows nearly seven out of ten in Wisconsin support the order but it sounds seventeen percent from last month and we are right now is something around forty five percent willing to go out and do those sorts of normal thing all director Charles Franklin says that seventy seven percent are willing to go to a friend or relative's home for down as far as going out to eat fifty percent or a little bit below that they're willing to go out and engage in things like restaurants are a little bit higher for shop Tony that actively TMJ news discusses morning news sponsored by sweetgrass and sage run golf at island resort and casino coming up better bring some extra cash the next time you hit the grocery store WTMJ news.

"burlington high school" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"burlington high school" Discussed on KOMO

"Here we go with the first pick in the two thousand twenty draft the Cincinnati Bengals select Jonesborough LSU will draft a virtual version opened up last night Cincinnati had the number one overall pick and surprised no one by going with LSU's Joe burrow third street here that the first choice in the draft was the Heisman Trophy winning quarterback from the previous year after Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray Burlington high school in Athens Ohio about three hours away from Cincinnati so it's almost like going home Washington selected Ohio state rush and chase young also local pick he grew up in the Maryland suburbs of DC some experts graded him as the best overall player in the draft young's Ohio state teammate cornerback Jeff Okuda was chosen third by the lions and then it was back to the S. E. C. for Georgia tackle Andrew Thomas taken by the giants and Alabama quarterback tua Tagovailoa going to the dolphins at number five and another quarterback Justin Herbert of Oregon when number six to the Chargers as a possible replacement for Philip rivers the first trade of the night came at pick thirteen as Tampa Bay moved up one spot by trading was San Francisco that allow the box today I wish apple Tristen worse to protect Tom Brady slack very valuable members of the fourteenth choice and a fourth round pick to the Niners who also sent a seventh rounder to the box later there were three trades in the space of four selections at number twenty three twenty five and twenty six doing the traded out of the first round allowing the Chargers to snag Oklahoma linebacker Kenneth Murray the forty Niners traded up with the Vikings to tab receiver Brandon Aoki from Arizona state and the Packers made a deal with the dolphins that allow them to move up and choose Utah state's Jordan love the fourth quarterback taken on day one and now the heir apparent to Aaron Rodgers fifteen players from the Southeastern Conference were selected in round one out of thirty two LSU had five of them including the final pick of the first round Clyde Edwards a layer to the Superbowl championships the only running back taken on Thursday night the Tigers conference rival Alabama was next with four first rounders Ohio state had three players chosen eighteen offensive players were selected for quarterbacks six receivers seven one one six of those were tackles fourteen taken on defense for linemen four linebackers and six cornerbacks rounds two and three of the NFL drafter tonight rounds four through seven on Saturday and a moment please for national treasure vin Scully the longtime Dodgers announcer is in the hospital after a fall on Tuesday at his socal home the ball club tweeted that the ninety two year old is resting comfortably and quoted him as saying that he won't be doing anymore head first sliding it's been four years since he retired from the broadcast booth the anniversary of his first Dodger broadcast was last Saturday seventy years ago we wish then and you are very pleasant good morning that's Friday sports wow sounds like somebody's late in a big supply of Wheaties and spinach over in the sports bunker thank you Robert I wonder how Kevin Kerr is doing Michael what are you looking for a new action film to watch at home yeah that please just dropped an explosive movie.

"burlington high school" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:13 min | 3 years ago

"burlington high school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Considered from NPR news I'm also chat and Audie Cornish senators had some tough questions today for the state department's special envoy for Syria questions about president trump's decision to withdraw troops from northern Syria questions about the Turkish military offensive that followed questions about how the trump administration has dealt with it and as this hearing took place in Washington a fragile cease fire between Kurdish and Turkish forces was ending in Syria and here is ten Max joins us now from Capitol Hill into first just tell us a little bit more about what you heard from the special envoy from Syria today well ambassador James Jeffrey told the Senate foreign relations committee a number of shocking items firstly he alleged that at least one war crime had been committed during this offensive we would say that Turkish supported opposition in opposition forces who were under general Turkish command in at least one instance did carry out a war crime and we have reached out to Turkey to demand an explanation the ambassador also acknowledged that he had not been told in advance that the president had decided to withdraw US troops from Syria here's an exchange between the ambassador and democratic senator Bob Menendez were you consulted about the withdrawal of drooped of troops as as as was recently done I personally was not consulted before the accident all that even though you are the special envoy here and the context of Syria Jeffrey also told lawmakers that the toll he told lawmakers that the toll that the Turkish offensive has had on the mostly Kurdish militias in Syria the United States has been aligned with that he said that there had been deaths in the quote low hundreds and as for the ISIS fighters that have escaped due to the chaotic situation Jeffrey said that the number in the dozens but that the United States did not have an idea where they were or how to recapture them how did Lana Kerr's Republicans and Democrats react to these developments so senators on both sides of the aisle have expressed frustration with the trump administration's decisions here senator Mitt Romney who has been a leading GOP critic of the president on this issue would it not have been more preferable and desirable for us to negotiated a a posture with Turkey and our Kurdish allies such that we did not have the casualties which have resulted from Turkey coming in and a heavy way and and bombing and killing our our allies and democratic senator Menendez said that the troop withdrawal sent the wrong message that you cannot trust the United States it's a hell of a of a way to send a global message that in fact don't fight for the United States because when they're finished with the alleged die on the battlefield under tough questioning from lawmakers though Jeffrey emphasized that the administration was using economic and diplomatic initiatives to try to improve the current situation so that the administration approach what have lawmakers propose to do to improve things so there are bipartisan groups in both the house and Senate working together to put together sanctions that would hit the Turkish economy but those efforts kind of stalled in the Senate least when Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell give a speech today cautioning senators not to immediately turn to sanctions I caution us again for developing a reflex to use options as our tool of first last and only resort in implementing our foreign policy so house foreign affairs committee chairman chairman Eliot Engel said he was pursuing sanctions against Turkey and that does appear to be moving forward and also we have lawmakers in both the house and Senate demanding briefings on the latest situation in Syria the ten pairs ten map thank you for your reporting thanks a lot this past weekend at a soccer game in Vermont the crowd went wild as the sea horses scored and then he shouted equal pay equal pay yes they are still amateur players but the Burlington high school girls soccer team the sea horses have been advocating for equal pay all season including creating jerseys that got them into some trouble we ask the three co captains to join us earlier today to explain why they're supporting the cause and why for players were yellow carded during this game my name is Maya voda I'm eighteen and I play midfield and Maggie Barlow I'm seventeen and I also play midfield hi I'm Helen ward and I'm seventeen and I played field I want to picture this moment that happened last week so describe it for all of us who were not there you were playing a regular game after school this was Friday I think it was and what happened so this is hello I'm gonna start off so I actually got the goal in the last three minutes nice and I freaked out that if we get out and we are always going to show our eagle pagers he's underneath their game jerseys by pulling up our game jerseys but I took my all the way off was running towards the crowd hi this is Maggie we ended up taking out our shirts all the way and whipping them around our heads because.

"burlington high school" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"burlington high school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Guess wedding it's my wedding I get to pick the gelato Jerry cans juggle juggling more chocolate god bless you you got to my body we got it we will the chocolate we got a truck within their doesn't matter everyone will be drunk anyways and it's there were planning on having at least ten sober people at this wedding this thing's going to be ten percent sobre dammit you got to have it not everybody's getting drunk we got a ride home right well that's what Hoover swore but any rate I I wrote it over today real quick get in the car the guys the guys listening then is this a young guy once there's like twenty five years old you're listening to ninety eight point seven which is classical music he's a rock in the classical and he could not have smelled worse don't say Hey slick how is this possible here is the smelly young man just drive around with the classical music in the middle of the day I just I I kind of wanted to befriend and learn what is the how is life it come to this very moment where he had showered and three days driving over is this is a classical music in the middle of the afternoon driving car around ZZ Top didn't sleep for no one I I mean come on man with you should be you know let's get some WGN going on here for one but you're not going to do it yeah let's gets right because whether rockets come up with a young guy yes he was in his twenties man and maybe thirties we don't ask about your Lotto in his car we do not we did not speak I I I kept that one can do close never us yes all right let me let me let me celebrate some young people there and they come out of our minds you know young people get a bad rap like they're not doing anything out there in fact it's the world's more competitive than it's ever been and this is a high school girls soccer team it's harder now to make a girl soccer team probably than it's ever been right yet so many girls playing soccer it's incredible my niece is thirteen she's on a soccer team or seventeen thousand soccer teams out there so to make a high school team is an accomplishment these days and this is a team out of Vermont and they got huge attention Burlington high school the sea horses it's great name the Burlington high school see horses they scored against south Burlington in nothing nothing game with five minutes left and when they scored they went full on celebration they were ripped off their blue uniform tops they raced to the grandstand celebrate with the fans of Burlington high school and underneath the game jerseys they make custom made white teas with the slogan hash tag equal pay so they're out there fighting for the US women's national team these are what these are young girls they want women to make the same amount as men where the equal pay and what ends up happening for players to remove their jerseys were all showed yellow cards for unsportsmanlike conduct taking off one's jerseys are poorly against the rules and they were impacted negatively next thing you know the game is tied one one so apparently the team did a full support in school the coaching staff what not and their coach Jeff Hayes appeared on ABC's Good Morning America on Sunday so.

"burlington high school" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:20 min | 3 years ago

"burlington high school" Discussed on KCRW

"In the sixties sunshine tomorrow windy conditions as well lows in the eighty or hide rather in the eighties and nineties this is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm also chat and Audie Cornish senators had some tough questions today for the state department special envoy for Syria questions about president trump's decision to withdraw troops from northern Syria questions about the Turkish military offensive that followed questions about how the trump administration has dealt with it and as this hearing took place in Washington a fragile cease fire between Kurdish and Turkish forces was ending in Syria NPR's ten Max joins us now from Capitol Hill and Tim first just tell us a little bit more about what you heard from the special envoy from Syria today well ambassador James Jeffrey told the Senate foreign relations committee a number of shocking items firstly he alleged that at least one war crime had been committed during this offensive we would say that Turkish supported opposition Arian opposition forces who were under general Turkish command in at least one instance did carry out a war crime and we have reached out to Turkey to demand an explanation the ambassador also acknowledged that he had not been told in advance that the president had decided to withdraw US troops from Syria here's an exchange between the ambassador and democratic senator Bob Menendez were you consulted about the withdrawal of troops of troops as as as as was recently done I personally was not consulted before the accident all that even though you are the special envoy here and the context Jeffrey also told lawmakers that the toll he told lawmakers the told that the Turkish offensive has had on the mostly Kurdish militias in Syria the United States has been aligned with but he said that there had been deaths in the quote low hundreds and as for the ISIS fighters that have escaped due to the chaotic situation Jeffrey said that the number in the dozens but that the United States did not have an idea where they were or how to recapture them how did lawmakers Republicans and Democrats react to these developments so senators on both sides of the aisle have expressed frustration with the trump administration's decisions here senator Mitt Romney who has been a leading GOP critic of the president on this issue would not have been more preferable and desirable for us to a negotiated a a posture with Turkey and our Kurdish allies such that we did not have the casualties which have resulted from Turkey coming in and a heavy way and and bombing and killing our our allies and democratic senator Menendez said that the troop withdrawal sent the wrong message that you cannot trust the United States it's a hell of a of a way to send a global message that in fact don't fight for the United States because when they're finished with the alleged die on the battlefield under tough questioning from lawmakers though Jeffrey emphasized that the administration was using economic and diplomatic initiatives to try to improve the current situation so that the administration approach what have lawmakers propose to do to improve things so there are bipartisan groups in both the house and Senate working together to put together sanctions that would hit the Turkish economy but those efforts kind of stalled in the Senate least when Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell give a speech today cautioning senators not to immediately turn to sanctions I caution us again for developing a reflex due selections as our tool of first last and only resort in implementing our foreign so house foreign affairs committee chairman chairman Eliot Engel said he was pursuing sanctions against Turkey and that does appear to be moving forward and also we have lawmakers in both the house and Senate demanding briefings on the latest situation in Syria the ten pairs ten map thank you for your reporting thanks a lot this past weekend at a soccer game in Vermont the crowd went wild as the sea horses scored and then he shouted equal pay equal pay yes they are still amateur players but the Burlington high school girls soccer team the sea horses have been advocating for equal pay all season including creating jerseys that got them into some trouble we ask the three co captains to join us earlier today to explain why they're supporting the cause and wife for players were yellow carded during this game my name is Maya voda I'm eighteen and I play midfield I'm Maggie Barlow I'm seventeen and I also play midfield hi I'm Helen ward and I'm seventeen and I play midfield I want to picture this moment that happened last week so describe it for all of us who were not there you were playing a regular game after school this was Friday I think it was and what happened so this is hello I'm gonna start off so I actually got the goal in the last three minutes nice and I freaked out everybody freaked out and we are always going to show our eagle pagers he's underneath their game jerseys by pulling up art game jerseys but I took mine all the way off he was running towards the crowd hi this is Maggie we ended up taking out our shirts all the way and whipping them around our heads because.

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"Ahead on All Things Considered you're gonna hear from three co captains of the Burlington high school girls soccer team in Vermont they're gonna be on talk about their protest last week in solidarity with the equal pay campaign of the U. S. women's national soccer team that story just ahead also coming up a rise in subway fares in Chile has triggered some huge anti government protests that's killed at least eleven people the president declared a state of emergency and the chili was at war more on that as well state local news coming up at six thirty two Y. residents in northern California could be in the dark again this week and why crews could become a by your house it was built before nineteen fifty one to scrape some paid off after this live from NPR news in Culver city California nine to Wayne brown thousands of Syrian refugees are flooding across the border seeking safety in Iraq as a U. S. brokered ceasefire between Turkey and Syrian Kurdish forces expire today and Russia expanded its foothold in northern Syria as in Paris Jane RAF tells us many Syrians have their houses destroyed in the fighting they're already a quarter of a million Syrian refugees in Iraq and some have been here mostly in camps since the start of the civil war eight years ago at these latest arrivals are mostly Syrian Kurds and a lot of those people have been displaced several times within Syria aid agencies are planning for up to fifty thousand new refugees from Syria if the border were opened there would be even more NPR's Jana RAF president trump is face bipartisan criticism for abandoning Kurdish troops who helped America fight against ISIS for years an anti trust probe into California based Facebook is expanding in Paris winter Johnston reports a group of forty seven attorneys general is now looking into whether the social networking site trying to stifle competition the New York state Attorney General says the expanded roster of states and two territories taking part in the investigation reflects broad concerns that Facebook may have compromised user data reduce the quality of consumers choices and increase the price of advertising the social networking site has face sharp criticism for providing a platform for disinformation campaigns leading up to the twenty sixteen election Facebook has also recently paid a five billion dollar settlement for sharing user data with the British political consulting firm Cambridge analytica the multi state investigation comes in addition to two other anti trust enquiries led by the justice department and the Federal Trade Commission wins our Johnston NPR news New York stocks finished lower on Wall Street today the Dow lost thirty nine points down one tenth of a percent you're listening to NPR and this is Casey are W. on a Tuesday October twenty second of very good evening I'm Larry Perot here's what's happening at six thirty to police in Santa Rosa CA surveillance footage has led authorities to a teen gunmen at a northern California high school after he shot a fellow student Santa Rosa police say now the gun the use of it or the officers rather use the video to track the seventeen year old shooter to a phys ed classroom earlier the government had argued with the sixteen year old boy then shot him twice just outside Ridgeway high school is expected to be okay copy the shooter was arrested after a lockdown at the school the only board of supervisors has approved a plan to launch a massive lead based paint clean up next year the anticipated one hundred and thirty four million dollar payout from paint manufacturers is expected to be paid out incrementally over a period of six years here's KCRW's siris castle the county will prioritize homes built before nineteen fifty one in low income communities with a significant population of kids and pray and people exposure to lead can cause brain damage and developmental delays and children the supervisors also approved a plan to hire and housed people for up to fifteen percent of the cleanup jobs if it goes well the supervisors could up that percentage at a later date but director of public health Barbara fairer says that the hundred and thirty four million dollars may not be enough she estimates it will cost between ten thousand to fifty thousand dollars to.

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"And breezy this evening with lows mostly in the sixties temps are gonna dip tomorrow but still on the warm side really felt like summer today is gonna be around eighty tomorrow at the beaches this is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm also chat and Audie Cornish senators had some tough questions today for the state department special envoy for Syria questions about president trump's decision to withdraw troops from northern Syria questions about the Turkish military offensive that followed questions about how the trump administration has dealt with it and as this hearing took place in Washington a fragile cease fire between Kurdish and Turkish forces was ending in Syria and here's ten Max joins us now from Capitol Hill and Tim first just tell us a little bit more about what you heard from the special envoy from Syria today well ambassador James Jeffrey told the Senate foreign relations committee and number of shocking items firstly he alleged that at least one war crime had been committed during this offensive we would say that Turkish supported opposition Arian opposition forces who were under general Turkish command in at least one instance did carry out a war crime and we have reached out to Turkey to demand an explanation the ambassador also acknowledged that he had not been told in advance that the president had decided to withdraw US troops from Syria here's an exchange between the ambassador and democratic senator Bob Menendez were you consulted about the withdrawal of drooped of troops as as as as was recently done I personally was not consulted before the accident all that even though you are the special envoy here and the context of Syria Jeffrey also told lawmakers that the toll he told lawmakers the told that the Turkish offensive has had on the mostly Kurdish militias in Syria the United States has been aligned with but he said that there had been deaths in the quote low hundreds and as for the ISIS fighters that have escaped due to the chaotic situation Jeffrey said that the number in the dozens but that the United States did not have an idea where they were or how to recapture them how did lawmakers rip Lukens and Democrats react to these developments so senators on both sides of the aisle have expressed frustration with the trump administration's decisions here senator Mitt Romney who has been a leading GOP critic of the president on this issue would not have been more preferable and desirable for us to a negotiated a a posture with Turkey and our Kurdish allies such that we did not have the casualties which have resulted from Turkey coming in and a heavy way and and bombing and killing our our allies and democratic senator Menendez said that the troop withdrawal sent the wrong message that you cannot trust the United States it's a hell of a of a way to send a global message that in fact don't fight for the United States because when they're finished with the alleged die on the battlefield under tough questioning from lawmakers though Jeffrey emphasized that the administration was using economic and diplomatic initiatives to try to improve the current situation so that the administration approach what have lawmakers propose to do to improve things so there are bipartisan groups in both the house and Senate working together to put together sanctions that would hit the Turkish economy but those efforts kind of stalled in the Senate least when Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell give a speech today cautioning senators not to immediately turn to sanctions I caution us again developing a reflex do you selections as our tool of first last and only resort in implementing our foreign policy so house foreign affairs committee chairman chairman Eliot Engel said he was pursuing sanctions against Turkey and that does appear to be moving forward and also we have lawmakers in both the house and Senate demanding briefings on the latest situation in Syria that's in pairs ten map thank you for your reporting thanks a lot this past weekend at a soccer game in Vermont the crowd went wild as the sea horses scored and then he shouted equal pay equal pay yes they are still amateur players but the Burlington high school girls soccer team the sea horses have been advocating for equal pay all season including creating jerseys that got them into some trouble we ask the three co captains to join us earlier today to explain why they're supporting the cause and wife for players were yellow carded during this game my name is Maya vota I'm eighteen and I play midfield and Maggie Barlow I'm seventeen and I also play midfield hi I'm Helen ward and I'm seventeen and I play midfield I want a picture this moment that happened last week so describe it for all of us who were not there you were playing a regular game after school this was Friday I think it was and what happened so this is hello I'm gonna start off so I actually got the goal in the last three minutes nice and I freaked out everybody freaked out and we are always going to show our eagle pagers he's underneath their game jerseys by pulling up art game jerseys but I took my although they often was running towards the crowd hi this is Maggie we ended up taking on our shirts all the way and whipping them around our heads because the crowd was going crazy and that is when we got yellow carded for excessive celebration and actually when he was carting us the crowd showed their support by chanting equal pay so how did you guys first get fired up about this whole equal pay because hi this is my a lot of the players on our team are really big fans of the US women's national team so when we saw them playing this summer at the World Cup and fighting not only on the field but off the field specifically for equal pay and their lawsuit we were really inspired they had an event at city hall park where they receive keys to the city and Megara Pino was there and she spoke for a little while and I remember her very clearly saying everyone can do something just do what you can it's our responsibility to make this world a better place hi this is Helen I went to both semifinal games in the final game and when the final whistle blew in the final game and women's team won everybody like sixty thousand people start cheering equal pay I had chills I immediately neo like we have to take some kind of action to contribute to this movement so and everybody was super enthusiastic about it wow so when like the crowd was chanting equal pay equal pay at your game last week did you get this weird genre well like you had your Megan Rapinoe moment so yeah it was much smaller of course but still it meant a lot to hear so what's the message that you guys want to send going forward what what do you want to say hi this is Maggie basically we've truly realized what people tell you your whole life that you can make a difference like we've had that realization for ourself just through this experience so if you're hearing this please do what Megan Rapinoe said and do what you can because like we did and this is the result because it's wrong that women get paid less than men not just in sports but in all jobs in Vermont would make eighty four cents for every dollar a man me and like we can't wait longer for the wage gap to close that needs to happen like now it was so fabulous to talk to all three of you thank you so much for squeezing me in between your classes today yeah I think he's here he will pay my a voter Helen Borden and Maggie Barlow are co captains of the sea horses tomorrow they take on the Brattleboro colonels in the season's first playoff game the Brattleboro team has been in touch to say they too would like to wear something on their uniform to support equal pay you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news the protests that are taken over Chile's capital city show no sign of stopping the city of San Diego has been under a night time curfew for three nights in a row more than a dozen people have died in protest related violence in the country's president already has declared a state of emergency NPR's Phillip Reeves is in the center of things in Santiago and Phil can you just describe what you've been seeing on the street so far well the first impression going around town this morning was that life beginning to get back to normal because the moving around some shops are open but then you start to notice things like the long lines outside supermarkets people walking to work long distances sometimes because the metro system is mostly shut down to be damaged in riots and on the bubble the army soldiers in helmets standing around cost is never people in Chile particularly the older generation that's a pretty shocking sight reviving memories of the dictatorship yes in the nineteen seventies and I will stop in a chant I I went on to that that demonstration you just heard that there were several thousand people chanting and singing heading pots and pans and and a couple of omelet calls rolled up cops in full riot gear got out from the crowd actually March towards them spilling into the streets and the water cannons we started being fired and tear gas started to flow around so it is very thought it's out you mentioned of the metro system and I understand that these protest began after the government hiked public transit fares is that all there is to this or are they kind of broader reasons why people are out in the streets this is definitely about much more than that in fact I've been trying to pin this down by asking that exact question of people at the demonstration that that I was mentioning listen to finance the clock as who's a twenty three year old student at that I would be good okay and what is not on file today okay lift all gonna give me a good out of it soon so she's saying the people tired she talks about how the state's going to end repression in the G. lamb bass the decision to put the army on the streets calling it a lack of respect but she's a specific that it's not about the transport for high tech she talks about a crisis in healthcare education a lot of people believe these protests was started by students and and the crowd you just heard was mostly young but they're all old people middle class people are getting involved hello about deep dissatisfaction with presidents by skimping yeah that was a multi millionaire right wing and and the sense that he's out of touch Jose might see a is sixty six in a math teacher when I remember well I want to sing Gunther normal going up with the guy and he sings his enormous disenchantment in Chile with the whole political plus the fuses been yeah of doing nothing in his first term and now in his second doing absolutely nothing again and that is a sense but you can't quite often what should we be looking for in terms of this coming to an end well it's difficult to say you know the being two thousand six hundred arrests human rights groups to get more more concerns about abuses committed by the army in place videos are going around which are hard to verify that these show beatings by soldiers in their allegations around the use of live ammunition present yeah that is trying to calm things down he's been talking about forging a new social contract to alleviate inequality but on the streets today you know those I spoke to seem very committed to forcing real change by continuing this and that's not just only in Santiago the capital there was a huge demonstration in Concepcion a city five hours south of here and elsewhere too that's N. P. R.'s celebrities Philip thanks for your reporting you're welcome this is All Things Considered from NPR news this is IRA glass this American life.

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"Considered from NPR news sign also Chen them Audie Cornish senators had some tough questions today for the state department special envoy for Syria questions about president trump's decision to withdraw troops from northern Syria questions about the Turkish military offensive that followed questions about how the trump administration has dealt with it and as this hearing took place in Washington a fragile cease fire between Kurdish and Turkish forces was ending in Syria NPR's ten Mack joins us now from Capitol Hill and Tim first just tell us a little bit more about what you heard from the special envoy from Syria today well ambassador James Jeffrey told the Senate foreign relations committee and number of shocking items firstly he alleged that at least one war crime had been committed during this offensive we would say that Turkish supported opposition Arian opposition forces who were under general Turkish command in at least one instance did carry out a war crime and we have reached out to Turkey to demand an explanation the ambassador also acknowledged that he had not been told in advance that the president had decided to withdraw US troops from Syria here's an exchange between the ambassador and democratic senator Bob Menendez were you consulted about the withdrawal of drooped as troops as as as as was recently done I personally was not consulted before the accident all that even though you are the special envoy here and the context of syrup Jeffrey also told lawmakers that the toll he told lawmakers and the toll that the Turkish offensive has had on the mostly Kurdish militias in Syria the United States has been aligned with but he said that there had been deaths in the quote low hundreds and as for the ISIS fighters that have escaped due to the chaotic situation Jeffrey said that the number in the dozens but that the United States did not have an idea where they were or how to recapture them how did Lana Kerr's Republicans and Democrats react to these developments so senators on both sides of the aisle have expressed frustration with the trump administration's decisions here senator Mitt Romney who has been a leading GOP critic of the president on this issue would not have been more preferable and desirable for us to a negotiated a a posture with Turkey and our Kurdish allies such that we did not have the casualties which have resulted from Turkey coming in and a heavy way and and bombing and killing our our allies and democratic senator Menendez said that the troop withdrawal sent the wrong message that you cannot trust the United States it's a hell of a of a way to send a global message that in fact don't fight for the United States because when they're finished with the alleged die on the battlefield under tough questioning from lawmakers though Jeffrey emphasized that the administration was using economic and diplomatic initiatives to try to improve the current situation so that the administration approach what have lawmakers propose to do to improve things so there are bipartisan groups in both the house and Senate working together to put together sanctions that would hit the Turkish economy but those efforts kind of stalled in the Senate least when Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell give a speech today cautioning senators not to immediately turn to sanctions I caution us again for developing a reflex to use actions as our tool of first last and only resort in implementing our foreign policy so house foreign affairs committee chairman chairman Eliot Engel said he was pursuing sanctions against Turkey and that does appear to be moving forward and also we have lawmakers in both the house and Senate demanding briefings on the latest situation in Syria the ten pairs ten map thank you for your reporting thanks a lot last weekend at a soccer game in Vermont the crowd went wild as the sea horses scored and then he shouted equal pay equal pay yes they are still amateur players but the Burlington high school girls soccer team the sea horses have been advocating for equal pay all season including creating jerseys that got them into some trouble we ask the three co captains to join us earlier today to explain why they're supporting the cause and wife for players were yellow carded during this game my name is Maya voda I'm eighteen and I play midfield and Maggie Merlot I'm seventeen and I also play midfield hi I'm Helen ward and I'm seventeen and I play midfield I want a picture this moment that happened last week so describe it for all of us who were not there you were playing a regular game after school this was Friday I think it was and what happened so this is hello I'm gonna start off so I actually got the goal in the last three minutes nice and I freaked out everybody freaked out and we were always gonna show our eagle pagers he's underneath their game jerseys by pulling up our game jerseys but I took mine all the way off and was running towards the crowd hi this is Maggie we ended up taking out our shirts all the way in whipping them around our heads.

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"From executive producer Steven Soderbergh Leavenworth details the story of an army lieutenant split second decision on the battlefield led to a murder conviction new episodes Sundays only on Starz it is four twenty nine here K. C. R. W. thanks so much for joining us for all things considered still ahead on the program amid bipartisan pushback on the administration's policy shift in the Mideast the state department special envoy for Syria facing some tough questions from senators on the decision to pull those troops also coming up you're gonna hear from three co captains of co captains of the Burlington high school girls soccer team in four months they'll be on to talk about their protest last week in solidarity with the equal pay campaign of the US women's national soccer team state local news at four thirty two what one congresswoman from LA had to say about president trump's use of the word of lynching today and what happened when a shooting broke out in northern California tell you more about that after this from NPR live from NPR news in Culver city California nine to Wayne brown the acting US ambassador to Ukraine testified today behind closed doors to the impeachment inquiry is opening statement has now been made public and as NPR's Michele Kelemen tells us it lays out the long time diplomats concerns about US military aid held up as the trump administration sought political favors William Taylor who was ambassador to Ukraine a decade ago went back this year to replace an ambassador who was ousted amid a smear campaign by trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani in his testimony Taylor describes the quote your regular efforts by guiliani depress Ukraine to investigate the energy company that had vice president Biden's son on the board and alleged interference in the twenty sixteen election ambassador Taylor says he understood that US military aid to Ukraine was being held up over this and that president trump was only willing to meet the new Ukrainian president if you crane committed to the probes Michele Kelemen NPR news the state department as the house impeachment inquiry intensifies president trump is now comparing it to a lynching drawing swift condemnation from a number of both Democrats and Republicans Democrats say one process is constitutional while the other refers to the violence and terror blacks faced during a period of racism and segregation some Republicans are siding with the president here's senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina yes African Americans lynched other people have been lynched throughout history what is lynching means and then mop grabs you they don't give you a chance to fan yourself they don't tell you what happened to you they just destroy you that's exactly what's going on but Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell calls trump's use of the word lynching unfortunate he says quote giving the history in our country I would not compare this investigation to a lynching stocks finished lower on Wall Street giving up early gains in healthcare and energy this is NPR and this is Casey are W. on a Tuesday October twenty second on the re Perot here's what's happening at four thirty two black lawmakers including some southern California leaders are slamming president from for his tweet this morning comparing the impeachment inquiry to a quote lynching Ellie congressman Karen bass chair of the congressional black caucus every time his back is against the wall he uses race he throws out race as a bomb to divert the attention and I think that it is just another of gregis example of him being unfit to serve that is the only Democrat talking to M. S. N. B. C. today bass said the president is ignorant of the constitution as well as the painful history of lynching and other hate crimes against African Americans there is a museum that we have now called the national memorial for peace and justice which is a museum the documents this history I would suggest that the president perhaps go visit that transfer marks comes days before he is set to speak about criminal justice reform of the historically black Benedict college in South Carolina cups in Santa Rosa CA person has been captured after shooting your high school wounded one person authorities say they search the Ridgeway high school campus for any other possible suspects police said the shooting was originally reported on campus but are now saying it was close to the school TV footage from a helicopter showed a boy or man being led away in handcuffs officials in New York City and the state of California are suing the US postal service trying to stop tens of thousands of cigarette packages from being mailed from foreign countries to U. S. residents lawsuit filed today in Brooklyn federal court blames the postal service for what it calls cigarette tax evasion the postal service says it can't comment on active legislation northern California native American tribe is celebrating the return of an island it calls sacred more than one hundred and fifty years after the land was stolen during a bloody massacre Hey no over what a metal Hey no those are we on tried number singing at a ceremony to mark the transfer of what has been known as Indian island in Humboldt Bay the wipeout calls this the we ought rather call the island dual watch in eighteen sixty was illegally sold by settlers who had come to California during the gold rush days later a group of men stormed the island killing an estimated one hundred to two hundred and fifty tribe members as part of a series of coordinated attacks on the we ought we ought purchased a small section of the island from the city of Eureka about twenty years ago and then a few years later the city donated more land this week the city handed over the deed to all of its land which comprises most of the island pretty cool support for NPR comes from.