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Remembering The Late Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.

In Black America

02:34 min | 1 year ago

Remembering The Late Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.

"Is in black. America came to be known as the blood. It is possible that the pre spend leave. I looked over that man on the ground and one of the robbers were still around as possible that they felt that the man on the ground was merely faking acting like he had been robbed and in ought to seize them over their love and bath quick and he's deceased so the first question that the priests ad the first question that the lead by squalls. If I stopped the help this man what will happen to me. But then the Good Samaritan and came out and he reversed a question. If I do not stop to help this man. What will happen to him? That's the question before you tonight. Not at past stuff to help the sanitation worker. What will happen to my job? Mount Stopping the help the sanitation workers. What will happen to all of Iowa's spending my office every day and every week as a pathway jeff question is not if I stuff to help this man and need what will happen to me? The question miss if I do not stop to help. The sanitation work of will happen to them. That's the question reverend. Dr Martin Luther. The King Junior would have been ninety one this year. Had He lived out a dream for racial equality in this country. He was a man walking down the oppressed and for a man who question unfair laws and went to jail rather than submit to them. King was passionate fighting for civil rights and although he died by violence his life and teachings were dedicated Kennedy to a deep disrespectful violence and its consequence he won a Nobel Prize for peace. His lectures and dialogues stirred the conscience of the nation. Doc in November one thousand nine hundred eighty three legislation was signed creating Martin Luther King Junior day making it only the third National Holiday born in the twentieth century in Fall Nineteen ninety-one National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis Tennessee. Sasser made it was dedicated to his remembers on October sixteenth. Twenty eleven the MLK memorial dedicated on the National

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Alabama civil rights institute rescinds Angela Davis honor

Howie Carr

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Alabama civil rights institute rescinds Angela Davis honor

"Security. Black activists are protesting the decision by an Alabama civil rights museum to rescind an honor for political activist and scholar. Angela Davis demonstration organizers held a news conference today seeking the resignation of leaders of the of the Birmingham. Civil rights institute. Activists Frank Matthew says Davis says Davis is a Birmingham Navid in deserves in award named for the late. Fred Shuttleworth who once led civil rights demonstrations in the in the city, the mayor said that the award is being rescinded because. Complaints from the area Jewish community and its allies. Davis is an outspoken supporter for of the movement targeting. Israel's treatment of

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 Confronting the 50 years since MLK's assassination

Overnight America with Jon Grayson

01:14 min | 3 years ago

Confronting the 50 years since MLK's assassination

"This week the nation suffered a tragic loss when the reverend martin luther king junior was assassinated fox's tonge powers reports from a museum in memphis the plans to honor the civil rights leader the national civil rights museum in memphis is the destination for many people this week who were observing the fiftieth anniversary of dr martin luther king junior's death outside the museum one couple from chicago told me making the trip was especially important for them always waiting to come and then it's the fifty year anniversary so it was a big motivator they told me the most memorable part of their visit was also the most historical the room near the balcony dr king was shot being near the balcony pretty commemoration events include symposiums and art exhibits that are planned throughout the city this week in sports the women of notre dame to feed mississippi state to win the ncaa championship national championship sixty one on westwood one nc double a radio network the men's championship is tonight sixty eighteen march madness tournament culminates monday night when three seed michigan meets one seed villanova at.

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"civil rights museum" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"civil rights museum" Discussed on KELO

"In the rise of the republic a couldn't be a better gift particularly for young people on your list who need to be reminded may be a little bit about the reasons for gratitude for this great country up president trump went down to visit both the museum of mississippi history in the mississippi civil rights museum a very wonderful lady who is a um civil rights activists in her own right is the widow of a medgar evers who was assassinated in 1963 her name is morally evers williams she spoke to the crowd and said these two museums museum of mississippi history in mississippi civil rights museum one is not complete without the other these can be important national resources and president trump tried to say so and look of the the president can often can often disappoint in terms of actually behaving in a presidential manner i don't think he did so when he went down and mississippi he did the right thing and frankly even for those of you who are very very convicted deeply passionate trump opponents critics haters unless you acknowledge when a he does do something that's decent and right he undermine your own credibility let's go to your calls into leslie in naples florida lesley you're on the michael medved show however michael i i i just first of all were to say to you that i think i have a love hate relationship with your sometimes you sound so reasonable other times i can't believe what you say lake wake there's about how he did the right thing i re slump was in a catch 22 if he did he take with thetheir their seat did you've got people that white fully claim this man has done a whole lot to divide this country was charlottesville the few tweets saw from though of racist silver in the uk and businessman pierre and of course he sounded president presidential they didn't come from the heart somebody raise these things for him i understand but uh don't you prefer president trump when he sticks.

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"civil rights museum" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"civil rights museum" Discussed on WGTK

"Rules and restrictions apply meanwhile a lot of focus right now on alabama obviously with a big election looming today i i do think there will be a better turnout than the 25 percent that's been predicted it may not be like the presidential election because after all is just one race on the ballot nitze a crucial race to for the us senate seat vote kate vacated by jefferson baugh regard sessions the third new terni general of the united states in any event right next door alabama as a state of mississippi and both states have a turbulent history going back to the civil rights movement and that's why it's appropriate that mississippi which i've always found a particularly beautiful state i i like mississippi allott i've been there are a lot and some of the cities and mississippi natcher's an oxford in particular um i any down on the the gulf coast blocks in and elsewhere missile he's a beautiful state and they've done a beautiful thing in the state capital of jackson which is uh they've built a civil rights museum because mississippi was ground zero for the civil rights struggle and president trump who won mississippi with a commanding margin went down to mississippi to visit the uh both the museum of mississippi history which is also knew animist mississippi civil rights museum and should that visit have been controversyl imagine if the president hadn't visited he was invited he visited he did the right thing he spoke reasonably but tub ben jealous who is the fire former head of the end of acp civil rights activist had a this to say on tv interview about president trump's visit and quite frankly this president has done more because stroke the flames of hate in this country and give aid and comfort to the kkk then any one person i could name and so this president has a lot to atone for it okay is that true that president trump has done more to give aid and comfort to the kkk than anyone else he could name newmont also the actual leaders the kkk what about members of the democratic party who are actually members of the kkk and.

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"civil rights museum" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"civil rights museum" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"The bench shapiro show on apple podcast and goo goo play at the holiday reduce radio kkob great come on and scott uh president trump spoke at a fill the civil rights museum in mississippi of course neighboring alabama where the royal more doug jones election took place a lot of people balked at the idea that president trump would speak at a civil rights museum dedication including al's sharpton trump this speech there and i'll sharpton of course my dissect it and said he should have said this and he should have said that and he should've said this and then he gave the real reason why trump was actually there in the first place how do you view a lot of the airing girl in alabama few miles away there will come out and vote against his candidate roy moore who just talked about slavery in in terms that were almost deary and is on racism i think this was a political calculus in the most cynical manipulation wished that you're so f for president trump spoke at the civil rights museum were when there was an election would you give them credit l if he had done anything for the betterment of civil rights spoke at a civil rights museum dedication can't be it can't be something that he just wanted to do it can't be something that the president holds near and dear hitches has to be a political move could this president do anything that would make al sharpton say oh if you do have an ally safe what i'm just ask him i don't think al sharpton would give the donald trump credit if he put every black person in america back to work i don't think he could credit all right when we continue more attacks on the president from basketball players and even got compared to well wanna brandon's friends and what about the president's brain yeah i know what somebody democrats are saying media actually has one.

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"civil rights museum" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"civil rights museum" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"And restrictions apply meanwhile a lot of focus right now on alabama obviously with a big election looming today i i do think there will be a better turnout than the 25 percent that's been predicted may not be like the presidential election because after all is just one race on the ballot nets a crucial race to for the us senate syed vote kate vacated by jefferson baugh regard sessions the third the attorney general of the united states in any event right next door alabama as a state of mississippi and both states have a turbulent history going back to the civil rights movement and that's why it's appropriate that mississippi which i've always found a particularly beautiful state i i like mississippi allott i've been there are a lot and some of the cities in mississippi natche is an oxford in particular um i any down on the the gulf coast blocks in and elsewhere miseries of beautiful state and they've done a beautiful thing in the state capital of jackson which is uh they've built a civil rights museum carr's mississippi was ground zero for the civil rights struggle and president trump who won mississippi with a commanding margin went down to mississippi to visit the uh both the museum of mississippi history which is also knew and ms mississippi civil rights museum and should that visit have been controversyl imagine if the president hadn't visited he was invited he visited he did the right thing he spoke reasonably but tub ben jealous who is the former head of the end of acp civil rights activist had a this to say on tv interview about president trump's visit and quite frankly this president has gone war stroke the flames of hate in this country and give aid and comfort to the kkk then any one person i could made and so this president has a lot to atone for it okay is that true that president trump has done more to give aid and comfort to the kkk than anyone else he could name in one out so the actual leaders the kkk what about members of the democratic party who are actually members of the kkk and.

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"civil rights museum" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"civil rights museum" Discussed on AM Joy

"The civil rights museum records the oppression cruelty and injustice inflicted on the african american community the fight to end slavery to break down jim crow to end segregation to gain the right to vote and to achieve this sacred birthright of equality here big stuff fedspeak stuff who is a very big phrases very big words we'll good morning and while the am joy donald trump may have been going for irony saturday when he spoke at the opening of a civil rights museum and jackson mississippi it was a speech undermine not just by his entire record on african americans and other minority communities but also by the fact that just hours before in front of a crowd of fervent supporters he played all the race baiting press bashing hits of the past few years and then threw in a new one a full throat endorsement of a certain alabama senate kennedy who just months ago said this two great we had the all akg now even before all the allegations of sexual misconduct emerged ruined moore was on the record about longing for the antebellum days of slavery questioning barack obama's birth certificate and feeling a kinship with russian leader vladimir putin and now with polls showing a tight race ahead of the vote on tuesday morris campaign is warning of wait for it voter fraud and claiming that soros's armies in the state registering voters of all the sounds familiar it's because donald trump ran on many of these same positions and now that it's his republican party it's becoming roy moore's party as well and driven out evans siegfried republican strategist and jason johnson msnbc contributor in politics editor for the root dot com as well as corinne jon pierre senior adviser for move onto org in deir johnson president and ceo of the and double a c p and deer are gonna come to you first mr endless he'd be present when it comes to you first more and more has a history that i think a lot of americans who are not familiar with him beyond his ten commandments fight.

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"civil rights museum" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"civil rights museum" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Coming up at eight thirty four you will not wanna miss that it is a powerful presentation put together by our colleagues in the news department so that's coming up at eight thirty four did you did you hear this one interesting dynamic going on right now between no one of the more i konic figures of the civil rights movement and aren't come a president president donald trump this according to think progressorg in a statement released thursday afternoon the trump administration blasted representative john lewis democrat of georgia for refusing to accompany trump to the opening of a civil rights museum suggesting it was disrespectful to civil rights leaders this is the president speaking lewis of course is one of the nation's most prominent civil rights leaders earlier this week representative benny thompson republican and lewis who was chairman of the student nonviolent coordinating committee and one of the big six civil rights leaders announced they would not attend president trump's planned visit on saturday to the mississippi civil rights museum characterizing his presence according to congressman lewis and his cali as an insult quote an insult to the people portrayed in this civil rights museum that according to think progressorg so as i said before interesting dynamics going on right now between iconic civil rights leader john lewis of georgia a stork lee and in current time i mean he still evolved still involved as he playmaker in congress and well respected and president donald trump so we'll see how that relationship unfold so in the coming months wtmj news time eight fourteen actually 815 time now to check in with the wtmj sports update another exciting night of the bmo harris bradley center the bucks put the finishing touches on a perfect homestand unlike silva back to back the bucks showed no signs of fatigue shooting over 50 percent from the field while yana sanchetacumbo carry the offensive load finishing with thirty seven points thirteen rebounds and seven assists in a wall one seventeen 100 victory over the utah jazz sending the bucks to a seasonbest five games over 500 justin garcia wtmj sports election are good readers off of rest before heading to new orleans four tip off there on wednesday in other men's college basketball yesterday andrews andrew rowzee scoring twenty.

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"civil rights museum" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"civil rights museum" Discussed on KOMO

"Gene an automated call recorded by president trump and volunteers for democratic rival doug jones are going door to door abc's cheri preston as in montgomery someone is here now obama are angry they say only certain issues are being represented in the senate race those who support ruined more say people are only focusing on the sexual misconduct and assault allegations those who support doug jones are also asking why people aren't looking at the rest of roy more's record and the fact that he was twice removed from office they also say jones a former us attorney for alabama who helped convict the kkk members responsible for the 1963 birmingham church bombings is a strong candidate regardless of what they see as ruined more a shortcomings sherry preston abc news montgomery alabama president trump traveled to jackson mississippi yesterday and was greeted by protests as he arrived to speak at the opening of a mississippi civil rights museum abc's david wright has more the president was solemn and respectful during his visit to the civil rights museum but his presence there and rage some civil rights activists who see him as part of the problem 'cause local double acp leaders and other elected officials held a separate event rather than appear alongside the president and give him a photo opportunity in southern california firefighters finally getting a small break from the fear santa ana winds that have sparked fires firefighters had to wake people up in the middle of the night and tell them to get out now and this is a community carpentaria that was threatened by this massive wildfire days ago now at risk yet again this fire threatening a homes and concerns the flames could continue spreading because the winds are much stronger today expected to gust of fifty miles an hour abc's marci.

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"civil rights museum" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"civil rights museum" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Today in jackson an echo of the civil rights struggle peaceful protest of a president who has fanned racial tensions attending the opening of a new civil rights museum if you go this way where you could see a can better reflect now how howard these men who are standing up told me about civil rights right now how well they squaring that message with these confederate flags that are all over the place greely is a beautiful beautiful play should war drops message today one of inclusion these buildings embody the hope that has lived in the hearts of every american for generations because trump was their civil rights legend john lewis was not congressman lewis one of the heroes of bloody sunday in selma called president trump's attendance an insult to the people portrayed in this civil rights museum four months ago there was this seen charlottesville and trump's carefully measured response we condemn in the strongest possible terms this agree juice display of hatred bigotry and violence on many sides on many sides just last night at a rally in pensacola blacks for trump i love you trump pledged his support for alabama senate candidate roy more drop and lewis have feuded all year trump tweeting in january that lewis's all talk talk talk no action or results sad this weekend lewis plans to campaign in alabama for moore's democratic opponent jackson today trump supporters gave him credit for coming multiple before hail tried to do the right thing nobody is perfect.

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"civil rights museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"civil rights museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

"People portrayed in the civil rights museum bratton booker npr news washington iraq says its war against the islamic state is over at its forces are in full control of the country and fears jana raff has more from baghdad three and a half years after isis swept in and to control of almost one third of iraq the government says they've been defeated prime minister hydra labadie declared victory against the group the top iraqi commander said iraqi forces had retaken control of the border with syria and combat was over iraqi security forces have been backed by uslead coalition that has provided air support three years ago entire iraqi army divisions retreated rather than fight isis so this is a huge victory that it's at a cost thousands of civilians and security forces were killed in the battle the city of mozell was heavily damaged and hundreds of thousands of iraqis are are still displaced from their homes jana wrath npr news baghdad this is npr news from kqed news i'm jeremy siegel pharmaceutical companies are suing california over a law that requires them to give advance notice if the raising drug prices the pharmaceutical research and manufacturers of america a trade group filed the lawsuit yesterday the state law was passed this year in response to consumer outrage over the soaring costs of medications like epipens the laws opposed to go into effect on january first but the trade group is seeking an injunction to prevent that in the lawsuit the group claims the law is quote unprecedented in unconstitutional and then it a legally tries to dictate national health policy the california law is seen as a test case and other states will be watching the lawsuit closely to see how they could proceed in trying to curb the price of prescription drugs the san franciscobased group that runs burning man is asking nevada officials to let the annual arts festival grow to one hundred thousand people kqed silicon valley arts reporter rachel mireau has more as it is burning man is already bringing more than seventy nine thousand people to black rock desert north of reno every year now nevada bureau of land management officials are drafting new permit conditions and burning man is asking them to allow for more expansion over the course of the next decade that's got some locals worried about even more partygoers on.

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"civil rights museum" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"civil rights museum" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst president trump made a quick trip to mississippi today to visit a new civil rights museum as empires amy held reports trump was prompted to tweak his visit following a backlash trump toward and spoke to an invite only crowd at the mississippi civil rights museum instead of at the public ceremony the museum changed the venue after some african american leaders of boycotted the opening among them with civil rights leader congressman john lewis who said in a statement trump's attendance and his hurtful policies are an insult to the people portrayed in the museum the white house said the president wanted to honor the sacrifice of the leaders of the civil rights movement which was about removing barriers these buildings embody the hope that has lived in the hearts of every american for generations the hope in a future that is more just and more free lewis encouraged all americans to visit the museum after trump's departure amy held npr news european union lawmakers say they are ready to back the agreement reached by uk prime minister theresa may and eu negotiators overnight but results reports european parliamentary ends still have any questions about how citizens on both sides will be protected the brexit negotiator for the european parliament says he will recommend to the eu wide legislature dinner prove the new agreement next week but lawmaker her hooked us says he also believe there's much more work to do on the issues that now have preliminary agreement those include the amount britain we'll have to pay the status of the irish border and legal conditions for both eu and british citizens one of the main buckles we will continue to hold b a d right of uk citizens to travel into reside in the whole european union at twenty.

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"civil rights museum" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"civil rights museum" Discussed on AM Joy

"I believe president trump is a modern profile encourage for having the guts to do what no other american president has been willing to do and look at those who were devout jews and christians celebrate this decision because they believe what the bible says that god gave this country to israel and major roussel in the capital three thousand years ago near final thoughts frank all i can say is you know quoting john hagi who leads this evangelical zionist movement here in america which is a weird kind of zionism because his prophesied says that all the jews are going to have to be killed before jesus or when he comes back he says i believe at this point in time israel is god stop watch for everything that happens to every nation including america from until now until the rapture of the church and beyond okay this is lunacy it is driving american foreign policy we are in deep deep trouble frankly her we're gonna bring back later in the show don't go too far thank you very much so we'll be back with you shortly and coming up donald trump tries to school john lewis on sacrifice and as you might imagine it does not go well stay stay next up donald trump tours a civil rights museum in mississippi perhaps while he's there he can find john lewis's stay with us just hours after endorsing a senate candidate who said a miracle was last great during slavery is expected to make remarks at the opening of a civil rights museum and jackson mississippi not in attendance civil rights icon and democratic congressman john lewis of georgia as well as benny thompson mississippi's only black congressman both of whom are boycotting the event due to trump's participation the white house could not let this go of course in a response to the two african american democrats taking a stand against trump's record against african americans as well as immigrants muslims and in a number of marginalised communities they said this we think it's unfortunate that these members of congress wouldn't join the president in honoring the incredible sacrifice civil rights leaders made to write the injustices of.

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"civil rights museum" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"civil rights museum" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"In a civil rights museum via weaver moralise the brave men and women who struggle to sacrifice and sacrificed so much so that others might live in freedom absent from the event some lawmakers and civil rights leaders a lot of these folks that were planning to be here at this event today decided not to show up in out of protesters simply out of not being comfortable being here to honor the opening of the museum with president trump whom many in the african american community feel do not stand does not stand for the same principles that those in the civil rights movement did and that's something that we heard this week from civil rights icon congressman john lewis of georgia when he said that president's trump invitation to be here at today's event was an insult to everything that those civil rights leaders stood fourth facts as garrett hannie at the museum where dozens of protesters gathered for latest polls in alabama said a us senate race between republican roy more and democrat doug jones is too close to call famous democrats are descending on the deep south hoping to help the democratic candidate who is hoping to flip the senate seat that jeff sessions held for twenty years candidate doug jones is going to have a pair of potential 2020 players by his side later on today senator cory booker we'll be with him for an event at a student centre on alabama state university's campus in montgomery and former massachusetts governor devolved patrick it's going to be with them about three hours from right now in selma fox's peter tuesay last night president trump urged voters to cast ballots for more who denies allegations of sexual misconduct congratulations from the us to iraq with a prime minister says the battle against isis is now over fox news this fair and balanced.

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"civil rights museum" Discussed on News 104.5 WOKV

News 104.5 WOKV

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"civil rights museum" Discussed on News 104.5 WOKV

"In all states next up mississippi i'm pam who sale fox news president trump should arrive shortly in jackson mississippi where he is expected to speak at the opening of the state civil rights museum but not everyone wants to hear what he has to say civil rights icon congressman john lewis he was scheduled to speak at today ceremonies but he cancelled his appearance in protests in a statement trump's attendance and his hurtful policies are an insult to the people portrayed in the civil rights museum now the white house i said it's unfortunate that lewis and others will not be joining the president to honor the civil rights leaders who took part in those efforts and they say that in addition to the other protests that are scheduled take place here today this is extremely unfortunate that this event can't be about unifying the country fox's will car in jackson the president clearly picking sides in the alabama senate battle at a rally last night he again urged voters to support roy more whose camp pain has been rocked by allegations of sexual misconduct accusations more denies we can't afford to have a liberal democrat who is completely controlled by nancy pelosi a structural the president referring to democrat doug jones last night's rally was held in pensacola florida just over the alabama border snowy weather in the east is grounding flights in atlanta alone more than four hundred flights have been cancelled today the airport hoping to resume normal operations sometime this afternoon the snowstorm reaching the northeast where several inches are expected in the west the firefight continues even with these slightly better than expected wind conditions it was still super dry as cruz got more containment on fires in la county the big one in ventura county spread fox's jessica rosenthal the fire inventory county has scorched one hundred forty three thousand acres fox news.

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"civil rights museum" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"civil rights museum" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The you know these guys crews and meadows they introduced this though before but never got a hearing and and i'm here to tell you i don't think they're going to pass when crews introduced this measured last time he calls school choice the civil rights issue of our era and that's why i get so frustrated when they tell me oh you know that that uh the president is not hit they're not going to the opening of the civil rights museum some of these guys some of these great leaders like john lewis not gonna go to the opening of this uh a civil rights museum because donald trump is going donald trump's presidency is affording minority communities better education if ben carson ever gets the funding that he needs from congress better housing opportunities in inner cities like detroit and baltimore where it's most need it a better schools and better opportunities you know more jobs and and for people to say that they're not they don't see the civil rights issue here and they don't understand why they should be supportive of this president makes me sick and you you have you know the the one representative that they do have eleanor holmes norton she's a nonvoting representative by the way she criticizes this she says it's a naked attempt by members of congress to burnish their records while undercutting the city's autonomy in other words she's a soldout democrat who still thinks that public schools because the unions shit it should be the only choice for parents including the parents in her district where the kids are being underserved not just underserved this year but underserved historically okay with a very brief period when they had a rare a chancellor in their michelle ye i think her name was who literally raise the standards for all the schools much to the displeasure of the democrat party because what she proved was it's not about how much money you throw it it's about what your philosophy is so they don't want to answer any questions but i'm here to tell ya this is important stuff and it's being done under.

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"civil rights museum" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"civil rights museum" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"The opening of the civil rights museum enjoy it now putting that aside i want to give kudos to our new us attorney mike hurst he's doing something is not the first time the us attorney's office has done this doesn't matter the fact is he's doing it mike hurst is using the resources of the us attorney's office and they're saying here's the deal folks we're going to take the resources of the federal government and we're going to start working with local law enforcement our objective in these a his terms eject crime from jackson well you're not gonna rid crime from jackson or any city for good but it is a recognition a public recognition that it is past time for the city of jackson to be able to do something about the ridiculous crime spree that we've got going on and all the elected officials who wanna talk about well in this area of crime it's down from where it was two years ago or let's compare sale a little rockar's report no let's don't we don't live in little rock rsh report and understand why we have those comparisons but we're in jackson mississippi and the surrounding area brandon flow would parole ranking county in general redland canton madison and madison county in general all pay a price or jackson's crime problem the city of jackson itself obviously and other areas of hines county we pay a price for the jackson crime problem the outlying communities in the metro area have seen over the past several years specifically the outflow of criminals who will go into your area to commit a crime and in a run back to jackson further haven but you still have criminals and crime in your communities in part because of what's been breeding in jackson mississippi i appreciate us attorney mike hurst making it public that the resources of the federal government will be used b at atf be at the usda us marshal service be at the da whatever to work with jackson municipal police department hans county sheriff department whom ever and go after.

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"civil rights museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"civil rights museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The opening of a new civil rights museum and mississippi this weekend is drawing controversy npr's debbie elliott says some of the scheduled speakers say are offended by the importation and won't be there democratic congressman john lewis of georgia a civil rights icon says he won't participate in saturday's dedication of the mississippi museum lewis and mississippi democratic congressman benny thompson say it's an insult for trump to be there given his racially divisive comments republican governor phil bryant is rejecting calls to rescind the president's invitation the united states should be able land and we're very fight will that he is going to come up with this restored to pay the white house issued a statement saying it's unfortunate that lewis and thompson won't joined the president in honoring the incredible sacrifice of civil rights leaders debbie elliott npr news the white house says the president's decision to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel should not affect future peacetalks as npr scott horsely reports administration officials say trump is moving forward with plans to have the us embassy moved from tel aviv this will happen overnight officials say takes years to build a new embassy anywhere let alone the middle east but by launching this process the white house as trump is keeping a campaign promise other presidential candidates made the same process then reconsidered once they were in the white house no other country has has its embassy in jerusalem npr scott horsely reporting you're listening to npr news authorities in northwest new mexico town of aztec have released little information on his shooting there at a high school thursday three people ended up dead including.

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"civil rights museum" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"civil rights museum" Discussed on 790 KABC

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