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"claudette colvin" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:39 min | 3 months ago

"claudette colvin" Discussed on AP News

"Emergency July 1st. I'm Ed Donahue. A P news. I'm Ed Donahue. Two big states are reopening coronavirus restrictions are lifted starting today in Governor Gavin Newsom State. California has been a tough year for all of us. Up 15 months for all of us all the fear and anxiety that we've all had to work through. And I'm mindful of that stress still upon So many of you in New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says 70% of people in the state have had at least one dose of the vaccine. The state mandates. That have proven right and correct and brought us through this pandemic or relaxed as of today, effective immediately. Meantime, according to a tally from Johns Hopkins University, the number of deaths in the U. S from the coronavirus has reached 600,000. President Biden is in Geneva tomorrow, he meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Texas Republican Congressman Michael McCaul says the president should make clear to Putin. There will be consequences for recent cyberattacks, otherwise bad behavior will continue. And make no mistake. Mr Putin is testing the resolve the President Biden in these attacks. Four people were shot and killed early this morning in Chicago. Dayton, Ohio Mayor Nan Shelley, the president of the U. S. Conference of Mayors, says Enough is enough. Today. I, along with several other leaders in the U. S Conference of Mayors have sent a letter to President Biden asking that he makes the ending This crisis a priority for his administration Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the House will move ahead with investigations of the January capital Riot. Now that a bill to create an independent commission stalled in the Senate. Shelby Hoolahan, the American record holder in the 1,505,000 M, was banned for four years after failing to prove tainted pork from a burrito caused her positive test for an anabolic steroid. Hoolahan cannot compete in the Paris Olympics in 2024. This is a P news. Oprah Winfrey is leading a project that teams young black journalist, an older black activist, community leaders and ordinary people about lessons in life. Here's the AP is Margie Szaroleta. Oprah Winfrey recalls being in her twenties when she became friends with poet Maya Angelo, who stressed the importance of knowing one's history. Winfrey's lift every voice project teams, young interviewers and photographers from mostly historic black colleges and universities. With people older than 70 with remarkable stories. Among those interviewed are singers Dionne Warwick and Patti Labelle, actor Andre DeShields and activist Claudette Colvin and Opal Lee..

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"claudette colvin" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:55 min | 3 months ago

"claudette colvin" Discussed on AP News

"And universities with people older than 70 with remarkable stories. Among those interviewed are singers Dionne Warwick and Patti Labelle, actor Andre DeShields, an activist Claudette Colvin and Opal Lee. The stories will run on Oprah daily dot com and in magazines like Elle, Good Housekeeping, an Esquire. A P news. I'm Tim Maguire, the country's two largest states left most of their pandemic restrictions as a nation hits another milestone Soccer Madani has this. The pandemics now killed more than 600,000. People in America, as tallied by Johns Hopkins University. Average daily virus deaths are now around 340 1/10 of January. Speak. With more than 40% of Americans now fully vaccinated. More governors are dropping restrictions like California's Gavin Newsom. We are here June 15th to turn the page and Andrew Cuomo in New York. We can now Return to life as we know it, New Yorkers will still have to wear masks in schools and on subways. Not so in Maryland, where Governor Larry Hogan says the state will not require masks anywhere Saga or Megane. Washington The National Conference of Mayors is calling on Congress and President Biden to help in the effort to reduce gun violence that's exploded in the nation's city since last year. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot every day. In America. People are dying needlessly from gun violence, and we do need Washington to wake up to this reality. An argument this morning in a home in Chicago escalated into gunfire for people, Three women and a man are dead. Four others were shot at least two in critical condition. A few hours before that. A man pulled a pistol in the plant, where he worked in Albertville, Alabama, killed two co workers and then later killed himself. Attorney General Merrick Garland says the Justice Department's going to enhance analysis of.

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"claudette colvin" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:32 min | 3 months ago

"claudette colvin" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I'm Ed Donahue. Two big states are reopening coronavirus restrictions are lifted starting today in Governor Gavin Newsom State, California It's been a tough year for all of us. Up 15 months for all of us all the fear and anxiety that we've all had to work through. And I'm mindful of that stress still upon So many of you in New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says 70% of people in the state have had at least one dose of the vaccine. The state mandates. That have proven right and correct and brought us through this pandemic or relaxed as of today, effective immediately. Meantime, according to a tally from Johns Hopkins University, the number of deaths in the U. S from the coronavirus has reached 600,000. President Biden is in Geneva tomorrow, he meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Texas Republican Congressman Michael McCaul says the president should make clear to Putin. There will be consequences for recent cyberattacks, otherwise bad behavior will continue. And make no mistake. Mr Putin is testing the resolve President Biden in these attacks. Four people were shot and killed early this morning in Chicago. Dayton, Ohio Mayor Nan Shelley, the president of the U. S. Conference of Mayors, says Enough is enough. Today. I, along with several other leaders in the U. S Conference of Mayors have sent a letter to President Biden asking that he makes the ending This crisis a priority for his administration Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the housewarming Now that a bill to create an independent commission stalled in the Senate. Shelby Hoolahan, the American record holder in the 1,505,000 M, was banned for four years after failing to prove tainted pork from a burrito caused her positive test for an anabolic steroid. Hoolahan cannot compete in the Paris Olympics in 2024. This is a P news Oprah Winfrey is leading a project that team young black journalist, an older black activist, community leaders and ordinary people about lessons in life. Here's the AP is Margie's Our letter. Oprah Winfrey recalls being in her twenties when she became friends with poet Maya Angelo, who stressed the importance of knowing one's history. Winfrey's lift every voice project teams, young interviewers and photographers from mostly historic black colleges and universities. With people older than 70 with remarkable stories. Among those interviewed are singers Dionne Warwick and Patti Labelle, actor Andre DeShields and activist Claudette Colvin.

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Winfrey, Hearst Have Black Journalists Tell Elders' Stories

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Winfrey, Hearst Have Black Journalists Tell Elders' Stories

"Oprah Winfrey is leading a project that team's young black journalists an older black activists community leaders and regular people to talk about their lessons on life our margins are a letter with the latest Oprah Winfrey recalls being in her twenties when she became friends with port my Angelo who stressed the importance of knowing one's history Winfrey's lift every voice project teams young interviewers and photographers for mostly historic black colleges and universities with people older than seventy with remarkable stories among those interviewed or singers Dionne Warwick and Patti LaBelle actor Andrea shields an activist Claudette Colvin and opal leak the stories will run on Oprah daily dot com and in magazines like elle Good Housekeeping and esquire

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"claudette colvin" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

03:41 min | 6 months ago

"claudette colvin" Discussed on Minority Korner

"And you'll make of the middle east they all white back then exactly. So what is the heritage. What what is the grandmother. Wisdom that i would've gotten if we had not been interrupted right and so my own like why i talked plants. I love flowers the color and smell of flowers. The lavender like that is what i come alive in. Why can be outdoors for days. Why when i pray. Pray to with trees right like i feel like i can talk to trees rocks and stones and waters and lakes. That is inherent in me. And that's coming alive in me. And i don't want to ignore it and so i'm finding that a lot in the huddle with other women of color and bold courageous leaders who will say the thing. We say the courageous thing. And that's what. I'm finding out in all of us. Were all kind of going back to what our great-grandmothers new but got cut off from us and one of those things for me is wisdom. So you'd asked me you know. What are we learning about spring. Well earth wisdom is following the cycles of the earth. We have seasons the earth has seasons. And when you didn't have electricity or lights and you lived in hudson you lived closer to nature. You definitely noticed note and we noticed. Now the chilly air. Or it's more sunny and i have more energy. It's and i got to change my clothes. And i'm gonna open my windows and it's time to turn off the heater for good so there's little clues that the season is changing but the reality is like this planet that mothers all of us is doing a seasonal shift and we should pay attention to what that means and if we can align to it our lives will be a little bit easier so it's a very long way of saying it's spring and spring is a time when we come out of our caves and we're ready to like take action and it's time when we can see things like when you're in winter in your in your cozy like.

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"claudette colvin" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

05:17 min | 6 months ago

"claudette colvin" Discussed on Minority Korner

"There's a great woman bind every great woman. There's like a thousand other women that i love that because it also speaks you even the civil rights movement. There's this idea that it was all these dudes about fifty percent of the work that was being done was by women if not more but be like women were in the streets but all the pictures are like you know just the men in suits right but the women they weren't they weren't getting the credit because Sexism and patriarchy the still still hanging out still starring front and center surpremacy fruitcake So i wanted to tell you about women hang out with each other. You got each other's backs My awesome friend. Norma recently says She somebody call when. I have a truth bomb. We call it a truth when you're a woman of color that stands up and says the brave thing and then you like shift on you like freak out and you're like oh my god i said this thing out loud and thirty people heard it and i was standing up to the man and it's like a truth collapse like i told the truth my truth as i saw it and now i feel really shitty about it and so we call each other for our truth collapse so mike coroner's about women of color killing it in politics. Thank you for having us see you. We see you and you're making a difference. And then when i think of like women of color maybe you're not in politics but you're a leader Lean on your girlfriend's lean on your women. Lean on women who are seeing it and have vocabulary and experiences like you because it reinforces the the vocabulary reinforces your perspective and you get more bold telling your truth over and over and over again and then you can do it and other settings to and then my other one would be dislike. earth wisdom decolonizing myself. I'm on this whole decolonizing can before you go. Can i ask you. What's the homework assignment for all the men's out there so we have ladies support each other with each other and for the man or mail identifying or benefits from male privilege. I what is the homework for that. My gosh us. Hold each other accountable. So there's a lot of sexism hold each other accountable Your best guy friend. Just said a sexist joe dude. That's not cool. Yeah i had a partner at my first white partner. It got to the point where he wasn't even inviting me to barbecues because he would ask. So what would happen if this guy said this and i was. If i just let it slide i would leave. I would grab my stuff and leave. That's not a safe space for me and you would be colluding with upholding that and so you and i would also be over and it was like shocking to him. It was like shocking united. Yeah no you. There cannot be racist and sexist. I a woman of color so men hold each other accountable and be friends like if you can't say it to your homie than who can you say to practice saying it to each other practice being called out practice letting your ego down for a second denied that was fucked. Up are totally called out. Okay yeah like again. Are we all here to learn. And my flat shaded that has gone call call things out like again. It goes back to the whole entire. You know with your family here are watching fox news. You've got work to do. There's your assignment you're like what can i do. You got it right there. Get to work quote. Britney spears get to work bitch. you've gotta work bench there it..

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"claudette colvin" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

03:11 min | 6 months ago

"claudette colvin" Discussed on Minority Korner

"Months will you must have pregnant thought club. That was pregnant as well and so they were like. You can't be the poster child you're fifteen years old gutu dark and you're pregnant and you're knocked up. I mean i hear climate but we'll see her later at the it'd be a trial she'll be there but it is i. I know i know and also too so it was probably fifteen in knocked up and dark skinned the virgin mary and she carrying. Jesus exactly exactly all goes back to jesus Black jesus brown jesus dark. Jesus what you go chocolate. Jesus doesn't say for easter so all right mitt number two so that we're going to rosa parks number two. I'll stop all right so enter rosa parks. He was born into ski alabama on february. Four thousand nine hundred thirteen so myth number two. She was old. She was old and tired and just weary lady. Y'all forty two okay. Forty two that eight all right and you know what she was tired of one thing white supremacy and racism and having to give her see. That was only thing. She wrote an autobiography. So i was so tired. She was like no tired of racism. That was it like yes. So she was a civil rights activists before her arrest. She had been a longtime member of the ep as she joined back in. One thousand nine hundred forty three and she was the secretary the local chapter until nineteen fifty six so she was like you know up in mckay. She was leadership two leadership. Yeah so you know. She wasn't yeah. So part of her duties also included traveling across the state and interviewing victims of discrimination and witnesses to lynchings and reporting them back to her team like again like these. I want these words to sink in. That was their lives and having to interview folks that a witnessed lynchings and we still to this day. Do not have a law. The federal law that makes lynching a crime just pointing that out there and then her political activism continued through the boycott the rest of her life. Like you know she was all about it. And you know all of this like you know. She became the poster child because she was q. Soon as light skin and she was an activist so she was like the prime candidate and black activists and civic leaders have like. I said they would wanting somebody to be the face of and when rosie came along and she was like nah. I'm not gonna give it my seat today. They were like perfect that too. We want so in. You know the only thing she was tired of was giving in and a little fun fact is that she had finished high school at a time when that was rare she received her diploma and nineteen thirty-three only about seven percent of black americans at that time high end and women again. It's like i think like we gloss over these things in the history because we we painted..

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"claudette colvin" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

03:13 min | 6 months ago

"claudette colvin" Discussed on Minority Korner

"Solve the same way that like when you think about jesus and so on programming he a white like he. Is you know dark. Skin middle eastern looking hot and sexy. All that stuff is so true. Jesus can get it in women's history month. When i hear i often think about white women right like when i hear that. Oh yeah S and even though for all these years on minority corner we always talking about women of color and so some people are like. You're listening to podcasts. Like another history about a black woman. First of all is that you is that you got sick unrelated to the family. Who watches him. And you've been listening to your grandma talk too much to you. Yes wow what to say to you think. Do you know somebody who are you. Who are natalie. We got tired. Just like rosa parks. So we'll get an claudette. We'd say cloud her name no name so same thing so yes so and also her her class have been studying had been talking about the injustices that they were experiencing under jim crow which i think is such a fascinating thing there on the bosnian talking about man jim crow like living through jim crow being a teenager and just talking about the shit that you hate about jim crow. Living it like. That's let's let that sink in. She's like so tired of this direct. It's like we have a caste system today but it's it's sneaky right. It's ox news. Subtle live out subtle but like and sometimes the cast were in is not subtle right like when you see these unarmed black men being murdered right or wrapping breonna taylor not subtle but it's so direct in your face second class system like now it's gotten very crafty and sneaky and even just things like like they can't eat at certain lunch counters. They're not able to try on clothes or shoes they have to wear. She's has a story about when they they can't go by the store. They have to trace their foot on a brown paper bag. Bring it into the store but like yes like it's just so it's so wildly. They can't even try on a shoe. They have to trace the outline of their foot. And they're like can you match the size and that's how they get because yes so long so long. She was fired up this day. She was fired up and the best word and other empowered she was feeling the strength of her ancestors she was like it's go and the bus driver was like you gotta give up the seat. Because that's the law also weird right. I think we gloss over so many of these things that we learn like. Oh it was. It was illegal. The law was she had given seat for a white man. What's right that. She didn't paper to write a paper and have an entire police institution. What is it formalizes criminal is it and force it and force it all all these tax dollars to make sure it's happening and you know the people are all about it. A lot of the white people all about this is nineteen fifty-five my dad was born in nineteen fifty..

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"claudette colvin" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

04:16 min | 6 months ago

"claudette colvin" Discussed on Minority Korner

"That's what they're watching in. Your eyes are being indoctrinated. Their re being recruited they're being rain washed like us. Red flag goes not being matic. This is like again like nineteen hundred percent. Hello you have a network that was devoted to just recycling nothing but that conversation. Anybody who used to be a solid. Like i'm all for having i wanna hear actual conservatism. I wanna hear those debates. I want to have actual conversations so we can so i can win you over to my side or else i can strengthen my ideas are see the holes where i'm not maybe thinking because i'm so. Yeah hippy dippy. Let's go okay. Okay all right let me see some things but like that's not what this is. It's a colt it's a. It's a cult of white supremacy. Hate colt a hey selling hate yes and people are chewing that up. Like it's like you said like not even heroin like it's brownies or something like mama's milk say you've got a sign of people who are and i think some people accidentally absolutely do get indoctrinated but there's something that it starts to tap into where eventually we as human beings have choice. There comes a point where you say yes where you give in to the colt like atmosphere it can cause its tapping into something. That people are missing. Listen i watch all the documentaries. I know i. Because i'm always afraid i'm going to follow into a call so i'm like okay. Let me watch all these documents watts. And you take notes. Because i've susceptible so i know that about race. Oh i'm aware they always see is like wow this you know. Trump is white supremacy. It's it's an addictive colt and taps into it gives them a community in a sense of peace and an hour. And they'll tell you that it's something else that we have to get really honest and call a spade a spade because time is ticking. The midterms are coming down the line in. It's it's still dangerous. We're still in the danger zone. You can end. People are dying. People are dying people who don't get health care right now. People who are not getting scenes. It's to not get vaccines and then go. Hang out with your essential. Workers don't have access to a car or to get to get to save their lying like you are actually this if you really follow the trail there killing people and its purpose. This all leads to black brown and indigenous. Well it hill as old as time. Everything is new again. Remember that thing that happened in the sixteen hundreds. They're still doing it again. You know what if. I miss your plane. That track okay. I'm tired of that song. The beat is wack change aims the beta Great well up nags. Ding ding ding ding ding classes in session. Because y'all think you know we gotta have. We gotta do a history redo for women's history month. Y'all think you know about rosa parks but you really don't have any idea we are doing. Some rosa parks mythbusters ting. Because you think you know reservoir. This is the diary of rosa parks. Life is too short to sleep between anything less.

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"claudette colvin" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

05:37 min | 6 months ago

"claudette colvin" Discussed on Minority Korner

"I worry about the violence. The fathers now have permission to beat their sons and daughters. Because they're pope has said it's a right. This isn't wrong. This is the devil in you or whatever version of the story. They tell themselves or that they create. I'll just say that And they're yeah. You're allowing people to harm each other and you're ripping families worse you're creating self hate the suicide and it's so the opposite of just i just. It's just the opposite of everything if it's about love and compassion that's apres great. Religion has. Let's every it's all about love and it's like anything that would be condoning hatred towards anyone in anybody in you talk about like every organization has had power. Any community has power. It's what is it like. It's reparations time for everybody or it's like everyone's is having to forgetting a really cool witty phrase but it's like the come up right like everyone is having to take accountability. There it is. It's back to that. It's accountability culture for the wrongs that these groups are communities. Have done like yeah. A lot of religions have done a lot of harm in the sake of their religion to other people and other groups and communities and it sucks because there's also a lot of good that they have done for people But there's i mean questionable. I talk about the good where people feel like. They have a sense of faith or the community. Yes but you can get that anymore but like price. There are other places to get alert. Anything kinda goes to to what you're saying like the power of people at the top are in charge. What you say matters. Because we're seeing a rise in hate crimes against asian american folks so right now last week. My neighbor was murdered on my street. I kid you not i live in. Should i say where. I live address. Don't give your address. And i mean they live in..

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"claudette colvin" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

03:37 min | 6 months ago

"claudette colvin" Discussed on Minority Korner

"Ohio. Hello okay natalie. I'm so glad that you're here. You already We were talking a few days ago and you just made my life so much easier. You bra a very crazy place. You're brought lavender over to my my face. And i just already so big. Thank you for coming in and being a great friend you welcome. I loved it. I live in oakland. I drove over the bridge. I got a little car share. And then we got did. I get chai and an. That's very san francisco. Treat hundred percent absolutely move over rice. A roni it's a bit chai dirty dirty tries okay now. I have a huge say that. I want to start us off with boom boom boom. Psa alert so if you have friends icing two segments on this so tucker carlson so do you know tucker. Carlson is no. I was like. Who is this guy totally. I'm glad you know what. I love that you don't know what a beautiful world you live in that you know. What fuck face carlson. Who he is. I hear conservative white man. Yes how did you know. We don't. I don't hang out in those circles. I'm not allowed end so thank you. I don't either. But i always like to peak it. I always like you gotta know. I always like to know. What are these fools. What are they saying. So he's like a fox news host and he's like he's like one of the top. Prime time most watched propaganda bullshit. Stop and i've seen two segments on tucker carlson that not only has me clutching by pearls. All the pros clutched pearls. I'm custard pearls. Everybody cuts to pearls. So he's what did he do okay. So he's been around for a long time and he as two segments on one last week tonight with john oliver and then on the daily show. Trevor noah they did chew segments on him and both were like whoa like i already knew he was an ass hat by to a holy level. Basically here's my. Psa if you know anybody. That's what's watching tucker carlson in your life you got work to do. Because he's literally indoctrinating white supremacy like he literally is coded message to the point where the white supremacists are in their little. Meetings are like well tucker carlson's like saying it better than we can. There was one family. Because he's like it's this whole david duke. Okay grand wizard david duke. Who almost won. A senate seat in louisiana back in the ninety s who also realize. He had to take off his robe and put on a suit like now they've got khakis and tiki torches and the languages coded right like it's hidden and they're hiding in plain sight right in plain view plane. I mean are they hiding. But they're not hiding to you and me right you. Where like you. Yeah we don't your cloak so but to other white people it's like looks like one of those bible cares who say witness of white supremacy and mean even war. I don't know scientologists mormon the branding sex cole. He bad okay. That's the point. He bad i go away. And so i'm saying this to all say like i think lino i'm asking why people in general people who have people in their lives that watch Fox news you've got work to but we see you so like i'm literally i'm flipping tables. I'm clutching clearly..

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"claudette colvin" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

03:03 min | 6 months ago

"claudette colvin" Discussed on Minority Korner

"Welcome to minority corner where we take an introspective. Look at the world through an intersectional lens. I'm james he him. I'm a queer. Political activists actor comedian self-proclaimed sexy blue. That's a Black and each week. I'm joined in the corner by other fabulous minorities and some allies tackling the news pop culture politics and media entertainment and history with a little self care south lump sprinkled throughout all our own personal and collective empowered. A here. we go on today's minority corner. We got joining us in the guest co host bought. Not only does she has a latina.

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"claudette colvin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"claudette colvin" Discussed on WTOP

"Convention center believes city leaders will make the right decision when the time comes a real busy people calling the shots are going to have to keep a close eye on the data and make sure that as there's a stepwise opening that we don't see a huge cake that requires new steps since the DC area had two weeks of lead time to fight the virus compared to places like New York Dr sabar things area hospitals have a good shot of not being that overwhelmed with virus patients but adds that they're just waiting to see how everyone outside handles this but they cannot control that can delfi WTOP news a car was stolen in Baltimore this morning after it was abandoned by another driver during a police chase the Baltimore sun reports police moved in for a traffic stop in a stolen vehicle the driver fled on foot after driving into a police cruiser while police were dealing with that driver or someone else restore the car it was a turning point in civil rights the history books tell how Rosa Parks arrest in nineteen fifty five spawned the Montgomery bus boycott and today we're learning about a local family's role it happened nine months before Rosa Parks was arrested Claudette Colvin was a fifteen year old girl who refused to give up her seat when a white woman tried to get her seat on a bus former WTOP reporter Karen gray Houston's new book is called daughter of the boycott carrying on a Montgomery family civil rights legacy her uncle was only the second black lawyer to practice in Montgomery while he later represented Rosa Parks Claudette and several other women wore the plaintiffs in the lawsuit that was filed by my uncle Freddie gray that went to the Supreme Court that actually desegregated the buses the law construing WTOP news it's five fifteen sports.

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"claudette colvin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"claudette colvin" Discussed on WTOP

"The WCW's dine out to thirty six breaking this morning on WTOP the state department inspector general has been fired inspector general Steve link and Bhama appointee has been ousted link is the latest in a series of government watchdogs to be removed during the trump administration I think it was appointed back in twenty thirteen a state department spokesman says that now ambassador Steven a cards will take clinics duties WTLV at two thirty six CBS news update president trump says he has high hopes of corona virus vaccine will be available by the end of the year and the administration is pumping another ten billion dollars into the effort nicknamed operation warp speed the food and drug administration is swiftly approved more than one hundred and thirty therapies for active trials as what we have right now one hundred and thirty and another four hundred and fifty are in the planning stages and tremendous potentials also named of vaccines Armand says slowly former head of G. S. K. vaccine I have very recently seeing early data from a clinical trial with a coronavirus vaccine and these data made me feel even more confident that we will be able to deliver a few hundred million doses of vaccine by the end of twenty twenty the president like in the vaccine effort to the Manhattan Project of World War two CBS news update I'm Jim Shannon WPA two thirty seven it was a turning point in civil rights the history books telling how Rosa Parks arrest back in nineteen fifty five spawned the Montgomery County bus boycott and we're learning about a local family's role in all this happened nine months before Rosa Parks was arrested Claudette Colvin was a fifteen year old girl who refused to give up her seat when a white woman tried to get her seat on a bus former WTOP reporter Karen gray Houston's new book is called daughter of the boycott carrying on a Montgomery family civil rights legacy see her uncle was only the second black lawyer to practice in Montgomery while he later represented Rosa Parks Claudette and several other women wore plaintiffs in the lawsuit that was filed by my uncle Freddie gray that went to the Supreme Court that actually desegregated the buses along constrained WTOP news good morning welcome into thirty eights on your Saturday morning traffic.

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"claudette colvin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"claudette colvin" Discussed on WTOP

"And why they shouldn't consume alcohol until they're twenty one he led by example in a practice that responsibility and what you say and what you do in front of your children as well to keep consumption and checks longer recommends taking time to reflect on how much you're drinking download the virtual app virtual boy or apple which could guide you to make sure you're taking an account of how much alcohol you're consuming and Kristy king WTOP news WTOP at four thirteen data has shown that men are more likely to die from covert nineteen than women and now researchers have maybe found the reason why men's blood has higher levels of an enzyme that the corona virus uses to infect cells the enzyme is known as ace to it is found in the heart kidneys and other organs and it's thought to play a role in how the infection progresses into the longs for fourteen Rosa Parks arrest in the nineteen fifty five Montgomery bus boycott March a March marked a major turning point in the civil rights movement but there's more to that story and it's linked to a former WTOP reported nine months before Rosa Parks was arrested fifteen year old Claudette Colvin refused to give up her seat to a white woman on a Montgomery Alabama bus police officers physically removed Claudette as she was saying I have a constitutional right to be here I paid my fare and she was actually sitting in what was considered the colored section of the bus former WTOP reporter Karen gray Houston's uncle Fred gray was the second black lawyer in Montgomery he represented Colvin and her case which went to the Supreme Court and desegregated buses Karen gray Houston tells the story in her new book daughter of the boycott carrying on a Montgomery family civil rights legacy and those women they've been kind of lost in the shuffle of history you're logged sting WTO Pinos let's find out how Wall Street ended the day let's go to Jeff Claiborne by the close the Dow is down one hundred nine points but the broader markets were little changed money news in ten minutes on WTOP sports.

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"claudette colvin" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"claudette colvin" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Hello from Wonder Media Network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia. Britannica today's maverick is a pioneer of the civil rights movement. And a living legend by refusing to give up her Bussey to a white passenger. She sparked the court case that found Montgomery Alabama segregated buses to be unconstitutional. You may think that we're talking about Rosa parks but we're not. We did talk about Rosa Parks in a previous episode today. We're talking about her lesser known predecessor. Claudette Coleman at a fell. This is my time to take. A stance adjusts Claudette. Coleman was born on September Fifth Nineteen thirty nine in Montgomery Alabama. It was the height of the Jim. Crow era where laws enforced racial segregation throughout the southern United States Schools Public Transportation and even water fountains receptive to the false equivalency of separate but equal Claudette. Did well in school often top grades. She wanted to be a civil rights lawyer or even the president positions of power where she could put an end to the legalized racism. She saw throughout Montgomery on March second. Nineteen fifty five. Claudette was riding home on a packed city bus after school when a white woman got on the driver insisted that caught at and her friends four kids in total clear an entire row of seats. That's friends got up but Claudette remains seated. Black history month had just ended. It caught at school and she had spent the last few weeks learning about African American leaders. History had moved to the seat. I said as though Harriet tubman pushing me down on one show and so Jonah. Truth handle pushing me down on another show and between these. Two historical women is a women's. I could not move our paralyzing Nazi after insisting that it was her constitutional right to remain. Seated Claudette was hauled off the bus by two policemen and arrested. Instead of being taken to a juvenile detention center. Claudette was brought to an adult jail. She was just fifteen years. Old Claudette was charged with disturbing the peace violating the segregation law and assaulting a police officer and. She was convicted of the final charge. Because Claudette was the first to challenge. Montgomery's bus laws. Her case received little media coverage but Rosa parks was paying attention in the months before Claude. Arrest the black community in Montgomery had already been considering a public transportation boycott seventy five percent of bus. Riders were black yet. They faced daily indignities at the hands of unjust laws with Claudette Arrest. The community saw an opportunity cloud was invited to attend and W. C. Youth Group meetings. She met influential. Activists like Eddie Nixon and Rosa Parks. Who is the local Chapter Secretary but Claudette soon learned? She was pregnant as an unwed teen mother. Claudette was deemed too controversial to be the face at the bus boycott spent September of Nineteen fifty. Five Rosa Parks refused to move. Just like Claudette. Rosa parks arrest was followed by three hundred eighty one day boycott of the Montgomery bus system in the spring of Nineteen fifty. Six Claudette along with three other women who had faced similar arrests were named defendants in browder versus Gael. A few months later in June a federal three judge panel ruled that racially segregated buses were unconstitutional. The decision ended the Montgomery bus boycott and launched Martin Luther King Junior's career as an activist minister but life in Montgomery had become difficult for Claudette. Once top student. Claudette was labelled a troublemaker. After her arrest unable to get a job she moved to New York. She became a nurse and told few people about her past shot. Tired in two thousand and four on November Fifteenth Two Thousand Nineteen Representative Alexandria Cossio. Cortez recognized Claudette on the floor of the House of Representatives. She ended her speech by saying Madam Speaker. I ask our colleagues to join me and recognizing MS Claudette Colvin Jr Courage to stand in the face of justice and demand her recognition of her inalienable rights. Because her own courage to fight for her freedom she paved path for millions of others to do the same because it was her constitutional rights when asked for her reaction. Claudette told reporters. I finally got some recognition. After all these years. I got a little bit a little bit all month. We're talking about Mavericks and legends for more. Why we're doing what we're doing check out our newsletter manacle weekly you can also follow us on facebook and Instagram at encyclopedia were Manteca and you can follow me. Directly on twitter at Jenny.

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"claudette colvin" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"claudette colvin" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Who together have written a book called the Book of Gutsy see women favorite stories of courage and resilience. Please welcome former secretary of state. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton mm-hmm the IT. Does this ever get tired just walking around and people cheering for you when you walk into rooms lights search for her solo standing ovation. It is Halloween night so I think there's a lot of energy. No I think you get this. I've watched videos of you walk into restaurants restaurants together as a family. I've seen you walking alone. I see this seems to be this feeling where you walk around the country and people go. It's a little bit of like But it's also like yeah. It's like that that's that's a cool. It's I mean it's not the presidency but it's a cool consolation prize true. Yeah it it does make up for it a little the Chelsea. Thank you very much for being here. You came from trick or treating. This was just went trick or treating. But you didn't. Can you dress up as an he just took the kids treating kids. We had Moana writes Clock striking midnight from Cinderella. Okay and to Pumpkin. Oh I like this. I like this and if you came to my door and Halloween I'll be like oh my God you you dress us Chelsea Clinton. I've never really thought that I've built built in Halloween people chosen. Because you know it's good. Makeup did say to us. You know you look just like Hillary Clinton and I say yeah. I've heard that. Let me say first of all. Congratulations on a phenomenal book. I didn't know what to expect the book of Gutsy Women I. I didn't know it was going to be a book about American women a book about political. But it's just a book about women who have changed not just there will but the world in some way shape or form. What's interesting is that he wrote it together? You've written many book separately but this was your first book writing together as a mother and daughter as someone who's written a book without my mother. I can't imagine what it'd be like to write something with how you're staring at each of the EPA sports. What was the process like? It was a lot of fun it also the did take some adjustment mint. My mother still writes log yet like like. I said this isn't event. I could see like a teenager up in the rafters turned his mother and Saints Generation. That goes like what is this writing the words out with and no autocorrect. Oh ooh and like nobody to track. Changes have comment boxes and you doing. Are you doing it on computer. And like twenty nine hundred. How do you compare the notes? Then when when you do you do you bring the long hand into the digital dude like give it to her and be like my work well so my mother would take photographs. AH each page text or email me the photographs of the pay. Wow Yeah so like when we were particularly working on the things that we wrote together like we write about Rosa Parks and Claudette Colvin together. So I would type my Claudette Coleman Essay and send it to her as an attachment like a word document and she would take pictures of like each individual Israel page or per Rosa Parks Essay. Sin Me like page one. Feel you'll frustration as you having just working through. I can feel that. Why did you choose to write this book together? I mean you've had many opportunity. You could have written about anything your family politics your life but this is a specific book and it feels like for a specific time. Why because we really believe that in today's world the stories of Gutsy women and literally there are many millions of them but we chose one hundred three to write about because their stories tell us yes about the struggles that they endured and their persistence to try to improve their own lives and the lives of people around them? But I think especially in today's world we need to be reminded of these kinds of stories And and they are historic and contemporary and even a few fictional and they were women who inspired me as a little girl and then throughout my life and the same with Chelsea and back act. We started talking about you know inspirational women when she was a little girl. And so we want to share these stories and we hope that people can find some Message Message That will help them. Especially you know given the difficulties that a lot of a lot of people around the world face right now. It's interesting Chelsea because you you've said you know there was a time in your life when you watched you're running for president and they will more women in space than running for president to rights. And now you. You have a plethora left with six in the race and you've seen how many women participated in in the midterms and one as well. Do you feel like we're noticing a shift in society. That's positively moving to a place where there's equality not there yet but just moving us in that direction. I think we're actually making progress. I also really appreciate how you framed the question trevor. Because it's super important that we don't get complacent and that we also understand still how far we have to go. I mean even though we had an unprecedented number of women run for Congress in two thousand eighteen eighteen. We were still less than a quarter of all declared candidates so making progress but we still have a long ways to go to get to parody. But as we've seen who runs for office it's really matters because they determined to hold office was so thrilled that my children are growing up with the most diverse congress wreck mystery. You have chosen one hundred food and three women in this book who all have different stories of being gutsy. But what would you find. was the common thread that made them who they are one. I think the sense suggest deep purpose sometimes something that they knew when they were a little girl. Jane Goodall always knew she wanted to work with animals. And Sally ride the the first American woman in space Really became a physicist. Because she wasn't good enough tennis player so she found her passion later in life. But what is distinctive about all all. These women is that they brought others along with them sometimes consciously breaking down barriers and sometimes just really aware of their example and I find that really powerful awful and Gutsy. That wasn't just for themselves. It was for other STU. It's a beautiful book. We'll be talking more about it and the both of you when we come back from the break we'll be back with more from Chelsea and Secretary Hinson. Don't go away the Secretary Hillary and.

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"claudette colvin" Discussed on American History Tellers

American History Tellers

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"claudette colvin" Discussed on American History Tellers

"Blacks. Dozens in Montgomery, their daily commute brought humiliating reminders of their second class status, despite this long record of mistreatment and some individual examples of resistance on Montgomery's buses. It wasn't until nineteen fifty five that the situation reached a boiling point. Things had gotten notably worse since nineteen fifty four. The year, the supreme court's decision in Brown versus board of education. White southerners were reacting harshly to the court's. Ruling black citizens were increasingly restless with persistence of segregation. The battle on the buses was coming to ahead in March of nineteen fifty, five police nearly ignited major protests when they arrested a black high school student named Claudette. Calvin after she refused to give up her seat to a white passenger. Her subsequent conviction had angered many among Gummer's black community but had stopped short of causing public demonstrations a few months later in October eighteen year old. Mary Louise Smith was arrested and fined under similar circumstances. After each arrest Montgomery's black community grew more frustrated and eager for change while these arrests served as flash points behind the scenes. A local organization called the women's political council had begun preparing to stage some sort of demonstration to improve conditions on the buses led by JoAnne Robinson, a professor at nearby Alabama state college. The council had previously tried negotiating with city officials to address them, the more offensive practices of Montgomery bus drivers when these efforts failed the women. The group again, laying plans for a mass boycott. The only question left was when. Their opportunity came in early December with the arrest of forty two year old Rosa Parks by nineteen fifty. Five parts was no stranger to political organizing known and respected throughout Montgomery's black community for her bowl, commitment to racial Justice, parks, join the NWC p in the early forties and had served for several years on the organization state executive committee. She had fought for array of causes over the preceding decade. She publicly championed the rights of African American women who had been assaulted by white men. She had campaign to register black voters. She also helped run the city's NWEA c. p. youth council of which Claudette Colvin was an active member even before her protests on the buses. If you were politically engaged blacks, Zain of Montgomery in the nineteen fifties, you knew the name of Rosa Parks, her arrest on December first nineteen. Fifty five for refusing to give up her seat to a white passenger quickly became the rallying point that other activists had been searching for JoAnne Robin. And the women's political council sprang into action working throughout the night Robinson and a small team of her students at Alabama state produce more than fifty thousand leaflets nounce plans for a one day boycott to take place on Monday December fifth, the day that parks was scheduled.

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