17 Burst results for "Charles Coleman"

"charles coleman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:42 min | 4 months ago

"charles coleman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of the evidence that was in front of them They had a very difficult task but they also were helped by a litany of witnesses that talked about different racial incidents involving all of the defendants as well as social media posts that the defendants had made regarding violence against blacks racial epithets and a lot of other evidence that came in during the course of the trial that they brought back during their summation that really brought it home to the jury that this wasn't a case about what but a case about why In that video too I mean we wouldn't even be here right If it weren't for that video correct And I think that that's an important point for us to think about is that despite everything that we have learned despite everything that we now know about this case none of it would have taken place if it weren't for that video It is very conceivable that these individuals would not have even been arrested were it not for the perseverance of that family as well as the presence of that video we have to get to a place where we no longer require ocular evidence to be able to validate the lived experiences of black people in America And I think that this trial really brings that home When you think about this trial when you think about George Floyd the question has to become what happens for those individuals who are not beneficiaries if you can use that word of having video present because those people still deserve to have accountability in their cases when they have been wronged and have been violated in the ways that so many people are What about the defense Charles I mean do those lawyers present evidence that negates the prosecution's case at all I think from a legal standpoint the defense did the best with what they could but I think it was very telling that they were all willing to take plea bargains and plead guilty before this case went to trial Those pleas were rejected by the judge in this case And so that did not move forward but usually a defendant is not going to take a plea if they believe even they have a shot at being successful at trial And the fact that they did not tells me a lot about what they knew going into this that this was going to be beyond an uphill battle I think legally speaking what the defense tried to do was basically suggest all of these things may be true perhaps my clients are horrible people maybe they're racist maybe they're distasteful but that does not necessarily coincide with their motive for the actions they took on August 25th when Aubrey was killed We mentioned the video earlier Charles was there any evidence presented during this federal trial that we did not see in the state case that really stood out Well I think that a lot of the evidence regarding the text messages the conversations with coworkers the use of racial epithets the social media posts those were not things that really came out during the stage trial because they were things that all spoke to motive things that all spoke to sort of their intent or at least their mindset and in a way that spoke a lot more to the elements of the federal charges rather than those on the state level And so that focus on race on racial animus on racial epithets on their feelings about black people and the conversations they had the way they were referred to black people the conversations they had about previous actions around bullying and things of that nature Those things had not come in during the state trial because they were of questionable relevance and I'm not sure that the judge would have allowed nearly as much of it to come in to play whereas for the federal case because this is the case where they had to prove these things I do believe that it had much much more relevance and that the judge allowed them So that's why we saw so much of that in this trial Civil rights attorney and former prosecutor Charles Coleman junior Charles thanks a lot Thanks a have a great day.

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"charles coleman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 4 months ago

"charles coleman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Become what happens for those individuals who are not beneficial beneficiaries if you can use that word of having video present because those people still deserve to have accountability in their cases when they have been wronged and have been violated in the ways that so many people are What about the defense Charles I mean do those lawyers present evidence that negates the prosecution's case at all I think from a legal standpoint the defense did the best with what they could but I think it was very telling that they were all willing to take plea bargains and plead guilty before this case went to trial That those pleas were rejected by the judge in this case And so that did not move forward but usually a defendant is not going to take a plea if they believe even they have a shot at being successful at trial And the fact that they did not tells me a lot about what they knew going into this that this was going to be beyond an uphill battle I think legally speaking what the defense tried to do was basically suggest all of these things may be true perhaps my clients are horrible people Maybe their racist maybe they're distasteful but that does not necessarily coincide with their motive for the actions they took on August 25th when Aubrey was killed We mentioned the video earlier Charles Was there any evidence presented during this federal trial that we did not see in the state case that really stood out Well I think that a lot of the evidence regarding the text messages the conversations with coworkers the use of racial epithets the social media posts those were not things that really came out during the stage trial because they were things that all spoke to motive things that all spoke to sort of their intent or at least their mindset and in a way that spoke a lot more to the elements of the federal charges rather than those on the state level And so that focus on race on racial animus on racial epithets on their feelings about black people and the conversations they had the way they would refer to black people the conversations they had about previous actions around bullying and things of that nature Those things had not come in during the state trial because they were of questionable relevance and I'm not sure that the judge would have allowed nearly as much of it to come in to play whereas for the federal case because this is a case where they had to prove these things I do believe that it had much much more relevance and that the judge allowed them So that's why we saw so much of that in this trial Civil rights attorney and former prosecutor Charles Coleman junior Charles thanks a lot Thanks a have a great day.

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"charles coleman" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:42 min | 7 months ago

"charles coleman" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Courtroom the three white men charged in the death of ahmaud Arbery were found guilty of murder After deliberating for about ten hours the nearly all white jury found Greg mcmichael his son Travis mcmichael and their neighbor William roddy Bryan guilty of nearly all the criminal counts they faced Civil rights attorney and former prosecutor Charles colman junior is here to talk more about it Welcome back to the program So glad to be here Thank you for having me Is this a case where people could see the verdict coming meaning what do we know about how the prosecutors laid things out that brought us to this point Well I don't think that we can ever see a verdict coming I don't want us to take for granted any verdict because everyone is always going to see some things differently And so the fact that they arrived at this verdict together was a testament to how clearly the prosecution was able to lay out their case to walk the jury through the charges one by one for east defendant and to connect each of the defendant's actions to the specific things that they were charged for and allow the jury to make a very pinpointed very clear decision which is what we saw and why we have the verdict that we do To get into the detail of that you have Greg mcmichael Travis mcmichael and roddy Bryan their neighbor who actually filmed this killing Can you talk about what their defense was that in a way has been rejected by the jury It was heavily on self defense That was the idea the idea was that this was something that they did out of fear for their lives For mister Brian the argument that his attorney attempted to advance was his client didn't have knowledge that the mcmichaels intended to do whatever it was that they intended to do But that his client should not have been held accountable because his role overall was minimal The jury did not buy either of those things I suspect with respect to the mcmichaels the provocation was just so great that it's very difficult to overcome it with a claim of self defense In the case of mister Bryan they did not convict him on the murder with malice basically They convicted William Ronny Bryant of what's called felony murder So what I see when I look at this verdict tells me that the jury was very careful to look at the specific charges and wanted to make sure that they got it right So the jury rejected the idea that their actions that day were somehow self defense and now I understand that the three still face federal hate crime charges So how does this set up that next case Well it's just up the basics I think this notion of a citizen's arrest which is also what the mcmichaels attempted to advance as part of their initial decision of defense before they switched gears Mid trial All of those things have been blown out of the water I think that we are likely going to hear during the federal civil rights prosecution of this case a greater deal around race I believe there was some conversation about the Internet search history of mister mister Bryan the use of the racial epithets as well as I think the presence of confederate flag on I believe the mcmichael's truck All of those are types of things that will add substance to some of the other elements of this crime but it remains to be seen what's going to happen once this interesting into the federal courts How do you think about this case in terms of its victim What does this moment mean to you as someone who watches these things closely Well I think if you're very important moment for about Aubrey I think it's important moment for his family and loved ones I do hope that they receive some sense of closure but in the larger scale of things it still is one that should cause concern And the reason why it should cause concern is because as that verdict was right today there were legions of Americans who held their breath We as a country can not rest until that feeling of needing to hold our breath to ensure that the justice system works as it is supposed to no longer exist And so it's important that we do not conflate the notion of justice for the accountability Justice unfortunately for our arbor he's out of reach because he's no longer with us and can never be made whole But accountability is what we saw today in that courtroom And I submit that that's a good first step That civil rights attorney and former prosecutor Charles Coleman thank you for your time Thank you so much.

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"charles coleman" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:50 min | 11 months ago

"charles coleman" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Back to. Ty t. anna casts burian. And charles coleman jr. with you we were just talking about this town hall meeting That aco hudson governor of arkansas was holding to encourage his constituents to get vaccinated. He got some pushback. There's more video. I wanted to share with the audience. So why don't we get right to that. So well as hutchinson was trying to encourage his constituents to get vaccinated. He had one person after the next stand up and basically push back. The next video is another good example of the type of misinformation that some people have unfortunately bought into and the arguments that they used against a hutchinson. Let's watch so explain to me why there are so many that have the vaccine that are getting the virus name. I think that we all know what the truth is. And it is time to start accepting what the truth is. We know that this is the emperor has no clothes and we need to accept that we know what the survival rate is of course did. Do we really want to go back to where we were. Do we really want to go back. And lockdown what the back seen just curious. This backseats actually have patents. Now actually get rid.

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"charles coleman" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:42 min | 11 months ago

"charles coleman" Discussed on The Young Turks

"What is up. Welcome to the young turks amana casts buried. And i'm super excited for today's show. Because charles coleman joins me he is a civil rights attorney and a former prosecutor. And someone who. I've enjoyed on the show particularly the friday power panels and i've been really excited to get an opportunity to host with you so charles. Thank you for joining us. I've me so glad to be here in really look for today's today's discussion everyone. Please follow charles on twitter. You can find him at c. S. coleman jr. that. Cf coleman jr. give them a follow on twitter. You won't regret it and you certainly won't regret watching today show. We've got so many stories to get to that. I think are important substantive. We've got some fun later We're going to discuss Something that might infuriate. Both me and charles simultaneously in regard to laura ingram and the lies that she tells regarding children wearing face masks in schools. I mean the commentary just what he thinks she can't get low or any lower. She finds a way she finds a it's miraculous In the second hour we'll discuss The latest news with rumble one of the social media platforms that is growing and now offering six figure salaries to people that we used to think we're journalists To spread all sorts of whatever. But one thing that makes rumble standout from all other social media platforms is that they don't try to check any of the disinformation in regard to the corona virus pandemic. But that's our two. That's when lance from the i will be joining me right now though. Why don't we talk a little bit about a common problem in congress and that's potential insider trading.

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"charles coleman" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"charles coleman" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Welcome back everyone to another another section of our juneteenth special here on typ. Jr jackson very excited to be here I understand it's a little bit later than we expected. But that also builds up a little bit of the anticipation and make sure that we have a good conversation to continue on. And if you guys have been watching since the beginning it has been a fabulous conversation a lot of historical context and information that maybe a lot of people didn't know about this now. Federal holiday in the united states as of just yesterday. I believe so as we go into the juneteenth celebration over the weekend. Joe biden signs. Of course Juneteenth as a federal holiday to have another notch. And what he's been doing with a bit of diversity in recognition of black americans in the country. Maybe things that weren't always done in a way that we anticipated before. But i did want to get into a lot of the breakdown of what is also. We've been doing historical part of it. I like to talk about where we are now. Because there's such a connection between the where things started versus the where we've been and where we're going and how to get there and i'll see how we got into some very excited very excited to have. Charles coleman junior join me today. He's a civil rights attorney legal analyst He works at politics in law and race and social justice civil rights. All these things that i think it be very very very good parts of this conversation. So charles first of all. Thank you for joining us. This is going to be excellent talk. So we're excited to beat your yard. Thank you for having me on really really looking forward to tonight's discussion. We had to ron a all the shows that you've been almost two. It because what the damage report. What did you say the power pen on the main channel. You've been on between me. And you. So i mean you're familiar with us you good. Oh yeah absolutely the conversation. I started on the conversation and moved over to the damage report. Swing me uber. I have been making the rounds of. Ty seeing really enjoy every opportunity to talk to you us excellent will be fun so I wanna start off just because how did you take a mention. The federal the fact that it's now a federal holiday of course many black americans celebrated every year. anyway. I for some in los angeles and there's an area limit park whereas always a huge celebration. I will be there tomorrow. Actually with my wife and kid celebrating. And it's you find it in a lot of circles but it's not always been this world or country y type of conversation when joe biden signed it into law now as a federal holiday. What is the response you had. Because i feel like it be a little bit back and forth with a lot of people this stuff of what he's done and said sure appreciate their question. Jr ultimately. i've really won't be impressed until juneteenth moves from being black holiday to an american holiday. And i realized that a lotta people may feel like because it has now been made a federal holiday will of course now the american holiday. But that's not. Exactly what i mean. What i mean is until people consider juneteenth apart of the american story. it is not an american holidays. Far as i'm concerned we know the story of july fourth. We know the story of america. We know paul revere he's ride in the land. We know that in fourteen ninety. Two columbus sailed the ocean blue. We know that. George washington crossed the delaware. We know about lewis and clark and the bravery of westward expansion in the forty niners in for gold in california and the railroads. Why because we're talk as part of learning the american story so until june team and everything that led up to it and the denial of this information from those african slaves becomes a part of the american story. I cannot consider this even as it has been. Beverly legislated an american holiday or to have a conversation about black narratives in progress of black america. With an this face there is no way that you can omit narratives like these narratives like tulsa narratives like rosewood in florida narrative. So many others. That are critical to explaining the story of our journey in america and fully tell the american story to to make parallel jr. It would be like trying the crime of american race or and yes. I am a lawyer. I am making a legal analogy. Be like trying the crime of american racism in court but not telling the jury about the first fifteen minutes of what happened so talk about a bank robbery but we're not actually talking about when the robbers entered the bank and the stuff that they stole and so on so forth and you want people to have a complete picture. It's impossible to do so you talked about all of those different things that we learned just general in school had the rhymes of the ocean blue. And then we got the forty eight hundred and forty-nine all this things happened with and it's just there's this pride behind it but we'll always noticed and i love the point you made about the fact that it needs to become an american tradition american holidays something that celebrated by americans and not something that we go. Black americans celebrate that in this type of americans celebrate that when we were taught about christopher columbus for some reason the wright brothers and everything anything that happens in the country proud of any progress that we've made it's never under the guise of so. Do you know where the wright brothers were from. Did you know what their parents were white. Did i mean we don't want to point out that they were this particular race to this particular background. Because.

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"charles coleman" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"charles coleman" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Around 30 tomorrow, Sonny. Along with a few afternoon clouds High 52 right now. 37 degrees at the lake 36 of Midway, 38 officially at O'Hare if you need Or AH, there have been several times in the last several months when the since the pandemic began that Governor Pritzker and Mayor Lightfoot appeared to be on different wavelengths. Now this afternoon like foot is disclosing that Pritzker never told her That he was going to shut down indoor dining and bar service in Chicago. The Tribune says, like Foot, has done an interview with PBS, where she says she opposes. Pritzkers plan. And like foot now says she is trying to convince the governor not to go through with his order. Because she thinks it will severely hurt the Chicago economy, she's tells PBS quote Our restaurant industry are bars are Jim's indoor spaces if the governor's order goes into effect. It's really effectively shutting down a significant portion of our economy at a time when those same businesses are really hanging on by a thread. So again, like for telling PBS she is going to try to change the governor's mind. About shutting down indoor restaurant service and indoor Bar service in Chicago. As of Friday, the governor made the announcement that he's doing that today because, he says the city is averaging more than twice a CZ. Many Covad related hospital admissions per day as it was a month ago. So stay tuned fireworks apparently between Lightfoot and Pritzker. President Trump with a very busy day of campaigning. Today, he was in Omaha, Nebraska. Lansing, Michigan. Now he is at a rally in Wisconsin. The president told thousands people who gathered to see him in Michigan that seven days now quote we're gonna win the great state of Michigan. Some of Trump's supporters waited four hours in the wet near freezing temperatures to see him. In Lansing, Michigan, today in a bizarre story from South Carolina. Charles Coleman, Charles Coleman 65 years old. Was arrested for pointing a gun at another person while drunk. As part of the arrest, he had to give a DNA sample. Now they're saying that his d n a matched evidence from an unsolved murder from 1976. So now, Charles You look divine Coleman. That's really his name. John Howell could get a life sentence if he is convicted the gravity Joe, What does it think we also adjusted? The wheels of justice grind slow, but they grind on good. Do you remember? Do you remember the Browns? Chicken massacres in? Yes. So the way they got those guys, they prosecutors say these two killers ate chicken. They were the last customers stuck away their chicken bones and a very smart police officer said, You know what? We've got these chicken bones. They didn't have the DNA technology back then. But he said, Let's freeze these bones in the event that someday we've got technology to, you know, investigate, and they did. And that's how they found the DNA on the chicken bones. I'm convinced that eventually you'll come into a room a crime scene inside in particular, and they'll take a sample of the air and run all the DNA samples from that. You know, the sample of the air theat mus fear and they'll be able to terminal He was here. He was here. He was here. She was here They were here. And just to start eliminating people with their alibis, But yeah, Yeah, I love the I'm a science guy. I believe in science and I hope is Lane Bryant still unsolved. Yes. Lane Bryant. The massacre of those women in Tinley at the store. That is, I guess was 2008.

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"charles coleman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"charles coleman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Four but to Barbara he had four miles James had to Charles Coleman had to and that added up to fifty seven forty see you the pirates falling to eight and ten overall in two and three in league play more importantly the cats look good it may go up to eleven and seven in in third place right now in the A. C. shooting percentages forty five percent for Cincinnati thirty three percent for E. C. U. outside the arc the Bearcats twenty nine percent on seven for twenty four ABC you twenty six percent on six out of twenty three from the line the Bearcats for fifteen for twenty two that sixty eight percent east Carolina Levin for sixteen that is sixty nine percent the Bearcats dominated the boards forty six to thirty four turnovers nineteen for east Carolina twelve for Cincinnati in speaking of turnovers you see you star Jaden Gardner had as many turnovers as he had baskets five turnovers five field goals great defensive play game plan by the bare cast the executed it every sub that came in that was responsible to play down low and have some part in that the defense of rotation did their job Katz had eight blocked shots in this game led by Keith Williams who had three Trayvon Scott Chris vote in German Cumberland each had two blocks odds one for Jeremiah Davenport.

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"charles coleman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"charles coleman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"What's up top with Jaron twelve to shoot he drives along the lane line kicks it out to Adam's words three point set the table like my mama said you sit down first and I'll get to who is the sister the night for Jaron companies averaging nearly six a game in conference play five to bear cats as Robinson white dribbles past center court miles in front of the pair khaki pants to Gardner topic he guarded tightly by Trayvon Scott Holman said to pick that switch gardens pass intercepted by Mike Adams woods lefty throws it had for German tumbling gerund makes the step back spends in the lane puts up a bank shot short Coleman had the rebound and then Jeron Cumberland knocked it out of his hands out of my own good move by journey should stop the three point but on the spin move the last thing to turn with his head five to Cincinnati two minutes into the game said will throw it in against the full court pressure guns a chance pass for miles now puts it in the midst of Robinson white races into the front court slows down top of the key outside the arc for miles feeds it left doubling for Coleman taxes way in the lane goes to a left hand shot when the counter and it did not go into traveling was called on Charles Coleman Coleman tried to body full and he couldn't get his foot right or thirty right in the in the shuffle of feet Cumberland dribbles into the front porch for Cincinnati played two and a half minutes America's leading five two votes at the ball screen tumbling drive to the right elbow passes into the opposite corner Trayvon Scott driving to the basket the world today wrong jump off the right leg we're going to talk it nevertheless later the four baskets seven straight points for the cavs the lead at seven two Robinson white has it for you see you in the front court dribbling near the top of the circle.

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"charles coleman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"charles coleman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"He's done that athletes to these had come across the campus Syracuse is in the middle of the moon and Mars is there's nothing in between there but yet the number one media school in the country they produced a two to three times Ohio broadcaster of the year award sorry my Mars is about to degrees colder yes we are just about set to go a couple of seven borders will of job to get this game under way voted seven line Charles Coleman at exactly seven create the ball in the error was way off to the side favoring Charles Coleman and as a result he won the opening tip easy you has the ball to begin the game John Branton joking with ducks hours about that bad boss on the wing it sucks up top for Robinson white around the perimeter into the corner for Suggs try defeated down low for Coleman passes toward the corner where it is caught by Suggs down low for Gardner fall away jumper from the short corner he scored come all content on the baseline heart trouble let you step back fadeaway from up thirteen so Jaden Gardner makes his first shot the league's leading scorer has an early baskets to nothing you see you Cincinnati in the front court facing his own defense Sherin Kumble outside the into the deep right corner entry Bon Scott acted German tumbling apple lefty double switches to the right hand the to to Williams at the left point drives into the lane he draws a two shot all right on the arm by Brandon Saad how about keep going to the line in conference play he's number one in the conference sixteen of seventeen from the free throw line ninety four percent talk about a guy who shot with fifty percent as a freshman put in the work right now fifty three percent as a freshman up to seventy one percent last year now eighty percent overall this year in his first one in this game is a perfect slash and the Bearcats are on the board he doesn't sell so cute like to use that little school trouble you can go through laterally Megan soup and a plethora of ways here comes the sixty six free throw attempts to the year that one is good this made eleven a role in the last three games and you're tied up the two full court pressure by the Bearcats see see you try to get John Brennan likes what he sees as Cincinnati's full court pressure forced BC you to take a thirty second time out you only get a couple of mandates a game you know you get this time about the gift for time out not to mention the media time outs and so right there you use want early before the media time I'm not even a minute into the game that could come back to bite you there you see you by the way had a change in the starting lineup from what we said on the pre game show JJ miles getting the start tonight he said the much shorter Jackson is six two so miles was in the starting lineup against the Bearcats tonight and the cats coming out trying to establish that the fifth the pressure to put pressure on the guard to make to make decisions to minimize the time they have to go download a garden easy you changes the trigger man Suggs is the guy trying to throw it in now he manages to get it inbound to miles passes through the point guard Robinson white he is working toward the front porch passes to the nearest sideline inside no look feed into the corner for a three point shot it bangs off the back of the room no good bye miles rebounded by Cincinnati to to the score Williams has it outside the arc at the right point puts it on the deck twice with the left hand he did on the wind for Scott pack up top for Williams that point for Cumberland left corner for Adams what's up top with Jaron twelve to shoot he drives along the lane line kicks it out to Adam's words three point set the table like my mama said you sit down first and I'll get to who is the sister the night for Jaron companies averaging nearly six a game in conference play five to bear cats.

"charles coleman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"charles coleman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Time runners and repeat offenders like forty seven year old Karen Casco lives in grammar see park and a friend Joe Sachs was visiting from England this will be my number five my number for New York number five overall this is my fifth to thirty eight year old Alyssa shy I believe from the Upper West Side says it's been eleven years since her last race and a lot has happened in our life since then she's had three kids in that time but she's finally ready to run it again browse the New Yorker just so amazing and even like as I would like I hadn't even finished it was like I'm going to do this again sometime her kids will be among the expected one million spectators lining the route on Sunday during the marathon when Hogan W. NYC New York City has had free parking on its streets since nineteen fifty today those curbside spots are in more demand than ever and that's why is WNYC Steven S. reports there is growing interest in putting a price on them New York City has about three million parking spots most are free but ask an economist and he'll tell you there's no such thing as free parking we are imposing time costs crash risk costs noise costs pollution because Charles Coleman office speaking at a local community board on the Upper West Side and delivery costs as well on drivers they're mostly paying with their time you got to spend around a thousand times they got all the signs they just put up that is no standing for no reason whatsoever before you shed a tear for west Harlem car owner Tatian lane and her silver kia her mom who has difficulty walking needs help getting around but she does admit she keeps the car for other may be somewhat less rational reasons to I drive because you know one you have to like from one of the food shopping in the transportation is horrible even on the city buses are waiting for hours okay the buses are notoriously slow but that's because they're also competing with cars for space and that's where residential parking permits could come into play experts say it would create priority spots for local car owners which could reduce cruising time in the price for a permit might persuade some car owners who don't drive very often to give up their vehicles I am slain if you'd be willing to pay to park on the street if she was guaranteed a spot would you be in the loop Lee I'm all for it sign me up she drives off on a quest to find some.

"charles coleman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"charles coleman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"York City is ad free parking on the street since nineteen fifty and today those curbside spots are in more demand than ever and that's why is WNYC Steven S. reports there's growing interest in putting a price tag on them New York City has about three million parking spots most are free but ask an economist and he'll tell you there's no such thing as free parking we are imposing time costs crash risk costs noise costs pollution because Charles Coleman office speaking at a local community board on the Upper West Side and delivery costs as well on drivers they're mostly paying with their time you got to spin around a thousand times they got all the signs they just put up that is no standing for no reason whatsoever before you shed a tear for west Harlem car owner Tatian lane and her silver kia her mom who has difficulty walking needs help getting around but she does admit she keeps the car for other may be somewhat less rational reasons to I drive because you know one you have to like someone go food shopping the transportation is horrible even on the city buses are waiting for hours okay the buses are notoriously slow but that's because they're also competing with cars for space and that's where residential parking permits could come into play experts say it would create priority spots for local car owners which could reduce cruising time in the price for a permit might persuade some car owners who don't drive very often to give up their vehicles I. S. lane if you'd be willing to pay to park on the street if she was guaranteed a spot would you be interested loosely I'm all for it sign me up she drives off on a quest to find some.

"charles coleman" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"charles coleman" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Is. Seven. Tech center, two zero seven with regard. Between the hours. Ten PM. Because. Car. Whole block by block. Level. The black community. Other people who are. Writing community. This is. Seven. Receiver authorisation valley's tech. Westwood? Zero five. But I know you're starting this project in Boston. Why Boston, which, by the way, I would put in parentheses is one of the most racist cities in the country in my experience. So. It is one of the things that I've, I've had a number of. That I think it is really important that. Local able to be honest about that. This the more as he has. Transmitter seventeen Seabrook intercessions at least contact was. Seven two zero eight seven five one seven. At eight ten pm. England. What I will say is that the mayor office. Activate. Involved. Dave inclusion. Around the block. Graphic in every city. With their families. Feel more. Transponder seventeen thousand four receiver. One for the girl Saturday at seven. I think three five seven chain hours of eight AM, and more. And more people different people move in different ideas, but I think a lot of work to do. So is an interesting project. Those, it'd be wanna find out more. He may. Bring it to you see FC forty dot com is the website, Charles Coleman jR on the show..

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"charles coleman" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"charles coleman" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Think they're bad for the environment because of all the paper that comes with cardboard at Westwood One as Padres for. The cave worry about all of that seven. Seven seven three. Eastern time Martha and Marley spoon. Those pre portioned ingredients Robin wrapped in plastic, including styrofoam showed with cooling packets. They put them in the box, and all that sort of thing. And that's what the environmentalists criticize this study, traces food and meal kits from farm to table, actually founded the meal kits our they're clocking in actually at using third less greenhouse gas emissions than shopping at the grocery store. So wait a minute. How can that be possible chief benefits of meal kits? Yes, eleven transponder, seventy issues easy one Denver Stanford zero eight seven three five meals. AM is also bad for emissions. Has their stuff that goes to the store delivered on trucks? I think there are a lot of different choices. I don't think this is bad. I think the reason you tell the story is because there are a lot of fake food services are wasteful, apparently, not does need to be improved on a lot of them. Some, some companies are definitely more aware than others. By it is an interesting study, though, you think it out all the different trucks? That brings so many different. Trans. Achiever. Meals can arrive was. Asian center seven. And ten merger. What are you have? What's on your mind? Well, one of the trending stories that's been kind of tossed around in the news, Harriet, Tubman, wonder why is Harriet Tubman trending. Well, it's because of the twenty dollar bills that feature Harriet, Tubman, aren't going into circulation anytime soon. The Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin told lawmakers this week that the new Tubman Bill won't be released during the Trump administration, possibly not even until twenty twenty eight said and move on. Seventeen. In two zero six seven three five one seven treasuries. Tubman, who was credited with saving hundreds of slaves would replace president, Andrew Jackson on the front, and then Jackson would be on the back of the twenty dollar Bill. And so it also said that twenty twenty would coincide with the one hundredth anniversary of the nineteenth amendment. And of course Harriet Tubman was also suffer jet that gave women the right to vote. So it sort of seemed like it would be a nice time to unleash this new Bill. But the President Trump has not been a fan of this, and he thinks that Harriet Tubman belongs on a two dollar Bill, which I've never even seen. So. Maze. One. Seventeen. Please contact west. Two zero eight seven three five one seven seven. At ten PM eastern time. Charles Coleman who was a civil rights activist attorney.

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"charles coleman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"charles coleman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Be everything below sixtieth street with the FDR dry being freeze owner excluded. That's about as concrete as it gets experts believe the charge would have to be ten to fifteen dollars. If the governor expects to raise a billion dollars a year that could be bonded, by the way for fifteen billion. And we do know that this money is expected to go to the MTA strictly for capital repairs. Their reports this morning that ten percent might go to the Long Island railroad. Ten percent metro north and the rest for subways and buses. So how much is the MTA really counting on this money? They've been lobbying hard for this congestion pricing. Your city transit prison. Andy Byford put together a plan last year to upgrade all the signals and ensure writers are never more than two stops from a working elevator. But his plan would cost forty billion dollars. So this congestion pricing fee is essentially the future of the MTA. It's banking on this money. All right. Let's talk a little politics here. The last time the issue is up for debate. There was the state Senate controlled by Republicans. Now, there's a democratic majority will that make a difference presumably it does help. But Senate majority leader injury Stewart cousins who says she supports the idea of congestion pricing. Also represents Rockland county. We're drivers don't wanna pay tolls to get to Manhattan, and then pay mortals once they're in the city. So they're looking for some kind of toll exemption or discount. But there haven't been any details yet on who would get what discount you'll where does that end. I mean, we have discount for drivers that take the tappan Zee the George Washington Henry Hudson RFK, right? I mean, presumably statin. Nabal now will break on the Verizon who will be left to toll. The carve outs are in issue. I spoke with economist Charles Coleman off who's in divisor to the fix NYC panel. They came up with the congestion pricing plan last year. And he's very worried about these carve outs. He says giving ten percent of drivers. And exemption could result in a loss of three billion dollars year? He also thinks that violates the whole idea of congestion pricing. The whole kind of reciprocity and social compact that congestion pricing relies on the principle that we should all be charged for contributing to traffic congestion that that is also going to be undermined if we have carve outs for this. And that of course, let's not forget Manhattan residents who live in his own and are worried about every time they turn their car on a run an errand. They'll be charged with after you move the car for exactly, well, let's talk logistics. How will the state? A collect the toll will the governor is alluded vaguely that it'll be like a the drive through easy pass system that we see now on the highways. Where charges from a transponder or takes a picture of your plates. Of course, those systems are put up on highways with lots of space, not a dense city. And also the the research shows about twenty five percent of the people in the toll zone from out of state. So they would have to mail them ticket. I guess so you hit the streets yesterday and actually walk through bumper to bumper traffic talking to drivers that will be told in the zone below sixtieth street, and you heard a variety of us. Hey, sorry to bug. You guys with WNYC radio talking about congestion pricing. I think it's.

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"charles coleman" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"charles coleman" Discussed on KCRW

"Is freelance consultant Aaron Smith from queens. I think it's a good idea. I drive into Manhattan sometimes, but I tend to not driving because of the traffic. So I think the congestion pricing. Maybe we'll keep people like me from driving in others. Don't have the same option. Hey, even the thought of it. Eighty Fernandez runs a small woodworking business in nearby Rockland county and has to bring his products into the city. He doesn't think the plan will work. I don't see anybody dot coming downtown. Because you know, they don't wanna pay that amount of money. They got to come downtown to make the money drivers like Fernandez Ardy pay hefty tolls on bridges getting into Manhattan. He doesn't wanna pay additional tolls. Many state lawmakers agree with Fernandez and say they won't support congestion pricing unless there are exemptions. But economist Charles Coleman off who advise the governor on the plan warns even just a ten percent carve out could result in lost revenue of three billion dollars this golden goose in a way that we want to create with congestion pricing. It's not invulnerable and that if we keep chipping away at it by exempting this class of drivers or that class of trips. We're going to end up with a lot less than we're hoping for the congestion pricing plan has majority support from the state assembly, but not the Senate still the governor is pushing hard he wants to see it included in the state budget, which is due April. First for NPR news. I'm Steven Nessin in New York. Tomorrow on morning edition since the war in Afghanistan began the US has spent about one hundred and thirty two billion dollars on reconstruction. So where is that money gone? And what happens to that investment? If the US signs a peace deal with the Taliban host Rachel Martin puts those questions to special inspector General John Sopko tomorrow on morning edition, ask your smart speaker to play NPR or your local station by name. You're listening to all things considered. I'm on Olney onto the point in China cameras with face recognition can cost you your job. Who is somebody crosses the street illegally jaywalks? I'm they're recognized and then on a digital billboard nearby. Their face is displayed along with their name. And perhaps also where they work well here how artificial intelligence operate on its own in China and in the United States next time on.

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"charles coleman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"charles coleman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hailing services began paying up to two dollars and seventy five cents in congestion fees. The governor hopes by charging all vehicles private in commercial the state could raise a billion dollars a year for the ailing metropolitan transportation authority the funds would be put in a locked box Ramta capital projects. So the public wouldn't have to worry about the money being used. Used for something else. The city's traffic problems have been made worse by subways that have been starved of financial resources resulting in excruciating delays and frequent breakdowns ride hailing app stepped in and exacerbated the city's traffic woes to gauge the popularity of congestion pricing. I tapped on the windows of cars. Stuck in bumper to bumper rush hour traffic, I really don't agree with it. That is a lot of money injury. Chin is a technician who worked requires him to drive around the city and nearby waiting for a bus is freelance consultant Aaron Smith from queens. I think idea I drive into Manhattan sometimes, but. I tend to not drive in because of the traffic. So I think the congestion pricing. Maybe we'll keep people like me from driving in others. Don't have the same option. Hey, even the thought of it. Eighty finance says one's a small woodworking business in nearby Rockland county and has to bring his products into the city. He doesn't think the plan will work. I don't see anybody dot coming downtown. Because. They don't wanna pay that amount of money. They gotta come to make the money drivers like Fernandez Ardy pay hefty tolls on bridges getting intimate Hatton. He doesn't wanna pay additional tolls. Many state lawmakers agree with Fernandez and say they won't support congestion pricing unless there are exemptions. But economists Charles Coleman off who advise the governor on the plan warns even just a ten percent carve out could result in lost revenue of three billion dollars this golden goose in a way that we want to create with congestion pricing. It's not invulnerable and that if we keep chipping away at it by exempting, this classic drivers or that class of trips. We're gonna end up with a lot less than we're hoping for the congestion pricing plan has majority support from the state assembly, but not the Senate still the governor is pushing hard he wants to see it included in the state budget, which is due April. First for NPR news. I'm Steven Nessin in New York. Tomorrow on morning edition since the war in Afghanistan began the US has spent about one hundred and thirty two billion dollars on reconstruction. So where is that money gone? And what happens to that investment? If the US signs a peace deal with the Taliban host Rachel Martin put those questions to special inspector General John Sopko tomorrow on morning edition, ask your smart speaker to play NPR or your local station by name. You're listening to all things considered cake, you we'd traffic at five forty eight. Here's Daniel Jennings. Burlingame northbound one zero one at.

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