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"community affairs" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"A W B A P. 24 7 News desk in Dallas County health officials announced over 1300 covert cases and 10 additional death this afternoon. Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said the numbers air from data processed late Wednesday that would have been reported on Christmas Eve. Elsewhere in North Texas today, Devon County Public Health announced 516 cases of covered 19, but no new deaths. As a Christmas 126,411. Texans have been vaccinated for the coronavirus with just under a half a million doses distributed across the state. This week, Texas health officials approved putting both people 65 older and those with underlying health conditions in Phase one B. That's the next phase up. But said it would likely be quote at least a few weeks before the state reached that stage. Some people lined up three hours in advance for the first come first serve vaccinations in Wise County. Wise health system posted on Facebook that extra doses found in the vials allowed them to vaccinate just over 1100 people. Millions of Americans will lose their unemployment benefits of President Trump does not sign the new stimulus Bill Congress Stadium by midnight tonight Eastern time, But Texas State officials have already extended the rental assistance program through mid March. This comes after the federal eviction moratorium was scheduled through January of next year. Both renters and landlords can apply to get help. More information is available on the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs website. That website is www t d h c a dot state Dot.
"community affairs" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Away with Phil Stinson, professor and criminologist of Bowling Green State University in Ohio and Jake, often hearts of reporter at Gotham is in New York City. And we're talking about a recent report issued by New York City's Department of Investigations that looked at police misconduct during this summer's racial justice uprising. There was a point in the summer filling and Jake where we as you know citizens, as journalists knew and expected there to be ongoing protests. It sort of became part of our Daily conversation over the summer in particular following the death of George Floyd. So I'm just surprised that the NYPD just couldn't anticipate that and Jake. The NYPD also has a community affairs bureau. And they were not involved in the department's response to the protests. Why were they not? And what? What is their role? Yeah, I think I think the community through his bureau is sort of supposed to play that 30 and roll. The film was mentioning and Have the reason that they weren't involved, according to one person interviewed in this report is that the NYPD leadership just never called that never came up. And so instead, we saw that the NYPD was really Relying on its strategic response group, which is this very controversial unit deals while with terrorism. They have their heavily armored. They have to sort of motorcross gear ready can see their faces very often. You can see their badge numbers. They have vast numbers. Is that legal? I just want to go back a second. Jake. Yeah, they are supposed to display their badge numbers. We inquired about this several times in the NYPD. They claim that some of the people that I spoke to said that this was new equipment and they had a gun a chance to put a badge number on it yet and then. When the market was asked about this report, the department leadership said that they had they were not familiar with any instances in which a batch number was visible. And I could tell you that probably about 50% of the time. There's no badge number from what I saw in June and press this summer. Phil your thoughts on that that the badge number feels like that is basic protocol. No, it's interesting. The Office of Independent Monitor in Denver, Colorado, issued a report in the last week or so where they brought up the same issue in Denver, where officers were not displaying their name tags and their badges during the protests, and it's a problem. This is this is not an isolated problem, and it's actually something that I remember is a young police officer more than three decades ago in New Hampshire. In New Hampshire. There were yearly gatherings up in Lake Winnipesaukee Bikers weekend and they brought in police officers from all across the state. And I remember being told is a young police officer that it was common practice that officers would remove their name tags or sometimes wear a generic name tag that said something like Smith. So that they could not be identified. This is a longstanding tactic with police departments use informally. It's it's probably not done at the chief level, but it's part of the police culture, part of the police subculture. It has been for a very long time when you have protests, responses mass disturbances, mass gatherings where you're going to have a lot of interactions and potentially a lot of arrest. Where officers in some places across the country routinely remove their badges removed. Their name tags s. Oh, this is this is not something new. It's something that comes up periodically, but it's It's a long standing part of the police subculture, and it's it's problematic. And as you pointed out 10 Xena in some places, they're actually state laws that require police officers to wear their names and their department affiliation on a patch on the outermost garment, and it's simply ignored in many places. All right. This is a really good conversation. So we're just going to pause for a second and be back with more to talk about systemic issues.
"community affairs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It was tough. It was objective. It's quite clear to me that they really did the tough research toe figure out exactly what happened and it lays out. I think it's in the clearest form I've seen since those protests exactly what happened. I also did a video in response to it. I'd ask anyone who cares about this issue that both read the The deal. I report and look at my video, which is on our city social media, Um Look at the report says. We made mistakes on a structural level, not just individual officers. Clearly individual officers, you know, not the vast majority, but some individual officers did. Things were wrong and must be held accountable and are being disciplined, but they made a point. There were structural problems. There were strategic problems. I own those problems. That's my responsibility as the commissioner's responsibility. He and I both We evaluated report together. We agreed with its assessment. We agreed with its conclusions and his recommendations. We will implement them. I want to be really clear candling shouldn't have happened will not happen in the future. Was never in the NYPD Patrol guide. It was never something that was supposed to happen. Cannot will not the rest of journalists cannot will not happen. The arrest of legal observers cannot will not happen. These protests were unprecedented in so many ways that were ever changing realities. There was, unfortunately, violence mixed in and some places there was looting. But it does not forgive the mistakes. Deeply complex, but that again means we have to learn to do things better on changing times. S o. I accept the report. I'm gonna act on it. Why wouldn't acting on it? Given the number of incidents that got caught on video, and what I think is well, you tell me. Is this a structural critique or not? I think you just said not But but it's making broad recommendations about changing existing policy and creating a protest response unit. Which makes it sound structural. Why isn't this firing a fence for the commissioner who allowed this to happen repeatedly? I look, that's why I'm asking people to both looked at the report read it actually read it. It takes a little time, but it's very clearly written. Very well documented and look at my video response because then I think the truth comes out. We were confronted with a truly unprecedented situation at protests that were not seen before. With no organization or leaders, you know, spontaneous social media driven, ever moving, ever changing? Intermixed with a small group of people who meant to do violence. But unfortunately truly intermixed and then over laid with several nights of systematic looting. It was it was unbelievable. Perfect storm within the perfect storm of Cove it and the report lays out How difficult it was to deal with those circumstances and how the most fundamental mission for all of us was to stop anyone from dying. I mean, that really is what shines through. We were trying to avoid what was happening of the cities. No, this is protesters were killed. Horrible injuries. The officers National Guard on the streets, looting much more extensively. Police precincts burned. You know we're trying. Stop all of that from happening and in the main did That was really my responsibility. Commissioner's responsibility more than any other consideration was to keep people safe. We had to do it better is what this report says that the maybe those core missions were achieved, but they needed to be done better and there were mistakes and thinking and strategy and some things that were just not aligned properly to allow us to get to what we needed for protests that were about such a profound issue. As the problems of policing and sparked by the profound injustice of the murder of George Floyd. So it doesn't say fire people. I mean, deal. I has done reports before what they say fire people, or does they say people deserve criminal charges? It doesn't say that, and I think they're right. Not to say that. Not that people did quote unquote fireable offenses is that they were trying to keep horrible things from happening and still respect people's rights. But we didn't do it as well as we needed to, and we have to do it better going forward, and we will and everyone in the police leadership. Except this report. And takes the criticism and agrees to the changes, which is what you want Oversight to achieve, honestly. Haven't gotten to see it myself since it just came out. But our news department is reporting to me that some of the quotes in it are that the NYPD quote lacked a clear strategy. Taylor to respond to the large scale protests on that NYPD is quote, use of force and certain crowd control tactics produced excessive enforcement. That heightened tensions unquote and one other one, The report states that the Community Affairs Bureau was not part of the NYPD response to the Floyd protests. And I want to ask you about that one because you've been talking for years about how your community policing our neighborhood policing initiative. Is changing policing in New York City. So how could that happen under these circumstances? Why we're a community affairs officers involved with response to the protests over policing affairs. They were, and I said that the report I accept and I agree with the recommendations, But I've also said publicly I doesn't mean I agree with every sentence in it. I think that that is not the full characterization committee affairs was being utilized to try and work with protest leaders and members and try and coordinate things and communicate, but it needed to be done in a much more systematic fashion. Look, we had different leadership at that time in community affairs. We had different leadership as chief of patrol. Both those jobs have changed. We now have chief Juanita Homes, highest ranking black woman in the history. NYPD as chief of patrol. Any time this protest in the future she will be commanding All of our officers at protests. We have chief Jeff Magarri as chief of committee affairs. He didn't outstanding job in Brooklyn north at the time, where he was chief. Working with protesters and really trying to hear them and trying to have a dialogue. He is now bringing that approach citywide. So even before this report, the personnel had changed in a way, I think allows us to implement this report's recommendations very readily. Um, so right now, I think it's clear if we if we're confronting something like this in the future, the NYPD has to have a different approach to dialogue. Uh, gentle er presence and less presence in many cases. Needs to really understand that the faster jury people are peaceful, even if there's some violent people intermixed and that was real. That was very real and very systematic, and that happened all over the country. There were people who came there to do violence. They were, you know a small number, but unfortunately had a real outsized impact. But we still have to take a different approach. And some of the things that at the time, people said we're disaster being the tensions. This report confirms that Sometimes the police his actions, even if it was meant to try and stop violence. Stop looting and things that none of us want. Did, unfortunately, further.
Only 80's Kids Will Fear This
"You're walking along the path in the woods. Maybe you're on a hike. Maybe you're headed to a picnic. The sun is shining and the warm breeze. Ruffles your hair suddenly. You're halted in your step. Your back foot is sinking into the ground. You try to play your other foot firmly to lever yourself out now. Both feeders sinking. It's quicksand. You'll be swallowed alive. You struggle to get free but that only makes it worse you'll be sucked under in a matter of seconds except my name's moxy and this is your brain on facts. Let me open. Today's topic that being things eighties. Kids were taught to be afraid of that. Aren't actually things we need to be afraid of i. This topic was voted on by supporters at patriot dot com slash your brain on facts and secondly that the research led me in directions. I wasn't expecting so the final product is as much a surprise to me as it will be to the listener. You do when your clothes catch fire and it always seemed like when not if the same thing you never see anyone on. Tv or youtube do when they find themselves doing surprise johnny storm. 'cause play. Stop drop enroll. Earning close burn you. Stop drop and roll because people burn to a message from the new jersey department of community affairs bureau virus thing if you try to tell me that a single year of elementary school passed in the eighties without the stop. Drop and roll lesson. I call you a liar. You were going to catch fire early. That much was clear but as someone who hates her home with wood and has been through two house fires and a lightning strike. Let me test that catching fire is not the inevitability we were led to believe but the lesson wasn't wrong as much as it was. Maybe a little late children's clothes and blankets catching on fire had been a common tragedy in households for centuries back in olden times when your heat and light and not a small amount of entertainment all came from some manner of flame. My mother's family actually lost a little one that way. Time and human advancement helped to drive down the frequency of juvenile incendiary casualties candles gateway to gaslight which was replaced with light bulbs and fireplaces were replaced with heat pumps the ignition sources were fewer and farther between but technology is nothing if not a double edged sword enter at the same time synthetic fabrics which rather than burning like cotton and wool would burn drip spread and adhere to skin. The truth of the matter is eighties. Babies were among the first kids to have a substantially lower risk of clothing fire incidents. Thanks to nineteen seventy five's formation of the consumer product safety act. Well actually a lot to nineteen fifty. Three's flammable fabrics act. But then i guess we should go back to nineteen forty-five end gene. Autry for those without a standing dinner reservation at golden corral for four thirty gene autry was a cowboy crooner who made his mark in radio tv and films for over three decades back in where a brand is a brand where the long hunt being celebrity. He had merch including branded cowboy costumes for all the little ones at halloween thousands and thousands of these were sold across the country. Then the tragedies began between late nineteen forty two and continuing until at least nineteen fifty four. An unknown number of children were badly badly burned. When the fuzzy fabric of the chaps came in contact with an ignition source and the entire garment would catch. It was three long years from the first incidents where people began to understand that something specific was wrong. Here that the material used for the chaps was the cause of these tragedies it was so flammable the entire outfit would go up in a matter of seconds before the child or parents even knew what was happening to react. This was the nineteen forties a time. Well before the constant global connectivity that we've been used to for twenty plus years so news of these incidents remained is located and the picture incomplete.
"community affairs" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"I'm Chan Robinson Topping our report this hour. A panel of Lawmakers gave its needed approval. The borrowing $4.5 billion to balance the steeds 2021 Budget Hillary Chamber of the Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey, says the state is already highly indebted. And that the additional borrowing can lead to higher taxes and a credit downgrade from with extraordinary high levels of interest that would take years to pay off on the backs of jerseys. Estate's total debt stands now at nearly $218 billion. A shocking finding a playground in Philipsburg when a two year old discovered a loaded handgun Sunday afternoon, and Jay Don Kam says that toddlers father was able to safely grabbed the gun and called police to Furth playground. Police don't know who left the gun or if it's registered for hundreds of Rutgers employees who lost their jobs due to the pandemic situation was made worse when a good number found an identity thief. Had filed unemployment claims in their names stealing their benefits. The curry your news reports Rutgers notifying the Labor Department of the breach, but has said little about the incident. New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, announces a partnership to address racial any inequity and services provided the people who are homeless. Tyus a. Kelly with Monarch Counseling Associates, one of the partners. Says the discourse in in impact of homelessness on communities of color has been observed. For years. People make up about 13% of the population of the state of New Jersey, and yet they're consistently around 50% of the population that's experiencing homelessness. So that's a huge disparity within the initiative is a transformative planning process that invites people who've been homeless. Particularly those of color to participate in the decision making of the homelessness service system. More headaches for the States Motor Vehicle Commission as the location and Jersey city will now be closed until October, 6th after an employee there tested positive for covert 19..
"community affairs" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"You know, before we get into this piece of audio that is Very uncomfortable and Very humiliating, demeaning and sad. And scary because this literally is what Black lives matter wants to do to all of us. Make us bow. When they terrorize us at a restaurant in Dallas, which did happen, or Rochester or in D C or in Portland. Now in the suburbs. They're showing up in the suburbs, which we're going to get into in just a few minutes. Even the New York Times reporting on it, threatening to burn down a house if they don't take the American flag off of their front. Front porch. In a suburb. They're terrorists. And the the terrorist wing of the Democrat Party. We all know it. Before we get into that, as promised. Tonight at 8 30. I said I would get into the New York. What happened with one of our police officers busted as an agent for China is not just a police officer in New York City is also A member of the National Guard with a secret security clearance level of secret. And he is busted the federal government. Our government just charged him and I'm going to give you the details because it's shocking. And is disgusting and the shows you the depth of our Chinese enemies. Who brought us the Corona virus. And it shows you why they were burning documents and were shut down. The embassy in Houston was shut down. And why they are fleeing and trying to leave the country when they're arrested at airports trying to flee from their professorships in New Jersey in Berkeley. In Texas. I think you have the UTA. There was ah, one of our spot. Chinese Yeah, Whole bunch of them, But the point is, they're all over the country. Embedded in spying on US as paid agents of the People's Republic of China Chinese army This guy. Is you got guarantee They're among us here that there There are police force in our National guard in New York. Here's the details on this. New York City police officer who was also U. S Army reserves, was acting as an illegal agent of the People's Republic of China since 2018 2 years now. Just arrested according to our federal government, he served as an intelligence asset to official stationed at the Chinese Consulate in New York. He provided them with access to senior members of the New York Police Department. He's a community fair affairs officers at Nice Community affairs. Very special. Very nice community organizer probably oriented, probably against All of these horrible anti Muslim police regulations, right community liaison, right? Yes, probably encouraging us to go. Chinatown vice here, right Democrats. Continue. Where were we? Let's see. Community affairs officer in Queens reported on the activities of ethnic Tibetans in the area and scoped out potential intelligence sources to recruit from the local Tibetan community. Say the feds in there, charging documents. He's only 33. He was charged also with wire fraud, making false statements. Obstruction of official proceeding could be sentenced to a long as 55 years in prison. In one recorded conversation. He says, hey, indicated that he himself was a PR See People's Republic of China Asset and offered to quote provide nonpublic information regarding the internal operations of the NYPD. Oh, he'll give us internal dirt. He was born in China granted asylum in the U. S, which he applied for after overstating a cultural exchange visa. The Democrats love them right claiming had been jailed and tortured in China because he's an ethnic Tibetan. I only lied because guess what? Both of his parents Are members of the Chinese Communist Party father's retired member of the People's Liberation Army. Mom's retired government official, all looking at His brother currently serves as a reservist in China's armed forces, and all three live in China. Let them the superiors in Beijing. No, you have recruited one in the police department, he said In a recorded conversation, another recorded conversations. He said he hoped to help Chinese government achieve its goals by bringing glory to China..
New York Police officer arrested for helping China spy on city’s Tibetan community
"In New York City police officer accused of being a spy for the Chinese government by monitor Ji Yang Wang Ah, community affairs officer who is also in the army reserves, is accused of acting to inform Chinese officials of what ethnic Tibetans are doing in the US and also Providing inside access to New York police for the Chinese Consulate. Angling is a naturalized U. S citizen but also a Chinese native. He faced three other counts in addition to acting as an agent of a foreign government wire fraud, making false statements and obstructing an official proceeding, and Wang did not ask for bail at a hearing Monday but can requested in his next court appearance, which has not yet been
"community affairs" Discussed on 600 WREC
"R C State reporting nearly 700 new Corona virus cases today that is down from yesterday and there are nearly 30 more debts. TUSCALOOSA Mere Walt Matics, reacting to the ban on tailgating At Alabama Football games. Maddox says he thinks people will still come to the city for home games. But fans will have to find new ways of enjoying the atmosphere amid concerns over the virus. It's not as simple as saying We'll just allow tailgating here, there. About what do people do with House parties and things of that nature addict says the city is hoping to have a plan in place by Labor Day. Starting next week, thousands of Alabama students who don't have access to the Internet will begin receiving government vultures in the mail. The vultures, which will be sent out by the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs will go to those families whose Children receive free or reduced price school lunches in the state. They will pay for the cost of installation equipment and monthly service fees so that the students can have access to broadband Internet. The initiative, known as the Alabama Broad Man Connectivity Program for students, is funded by a $100 million grant from the cares act and will run through the end of December. I'm original. Green breaking ground on a new police station in alabaster. It replaces the current headquarters, which dates back to the 19 fifties. Police chief Curtis Rigney says the department is grateful to the Mayor, Council and alabaster residents. The citizens will get a lot out of this. New facilities. It's very welcoming. It's gonna benefit them, and we're just very excited about.
"community affairs" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"You are will be for many more years to come. You try to convert me though. You know that right? I can always hope you're my easy pass to the next world if I do so Let me just tell you that we're contacted by some government officials. Please fill out that senses form. It's imperative important, so we get proper representation that funding Don't ignore the senses, too They have we got enough. I think an amazing program with two guests who have so much to say. One is a good friend of ours. Right. She's Jeffrey Magarri Community affairs and my P D. A. And the other is Rabbi Abraham Cooper, who's the associate dean of the Simon Reasonable Center, and I was Consider him not only a friend, but he's a role model for so many because he's a proud June, you know, just to be anti anti Semitism just to be anti racism. Doesn't always translate into being a proud person. You know, you take away the negative and also what's left. You've got to be positive in terms of standing up for standards and mingle role models to others. Absolutely. And what I like about both of our guests, their balance in their approach to the issues that we're wrestling throughout the society right now, in their own context and So it's gonna be a great interview. Well, it looked pork blood, So when you come back, we'll have Keith Jeffery Mallory NYPD Community affairs, and he'll be followed by Rabbi Abraham Cooper off the Simon. We Shall all centers for more than 120.
"community affairs" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Box six is Kim Murphy has more Common Council Community Affairs committee will consider a proposed mask ordinance at a virtual meeting. Last month. Wauwatosa is Mayor Dennis McBride said that he's received numerous calls from residents demanding that a mask mandate be put into effect. That meeting is at 6 30 Two women from Madison have been arrested for being a state senator. Last month, 26 year old Samantha Hammer and 33 year old Florida O'Reilly turned themselves into Madison police in connection with the June 24th assault on Milwaukee Democrat Tim Carpenter during a violent and destructive protest in Madison. Both women were tentatively charged with substantial battery and robbery with use of force as party to a crime, according to a police incident. Report updated Monday afternoon. The beating left Carpenter with a concussion and a broken nose for which he required surgery. Bob Haig, Wisconsin radio network. Police say they have recovered the body of a swimmer who went missing in Geneva Lake last night. The 41 year old man from Illinois went missing around five. Last night Cruise again started searching this morning. The man's body was recovered. Police have yet to identify the man who do not believe follow play was involved or that drinking was a factor. The nation's top law enforcement officers being grilled on Capitol Hill over the federal response to protests and violence in major cities. Fox Business Network Grady Trimble has more In a heated exchange at a House Judiciary Committee hearing, Congressman.
"community affairs" Discussed on WTOP
"So we were expecting a special report from CBS News. We don't seem to have that. But I can certainly update you on what's happening right now, which is President Donald Trump has commuted the sentence of the former Republican strategist Roger Stone, a senior administration official is confirming to several news outlets tonight. The president's move came after he and his allies had complained for quite a long time, a good portion of this year that Stone and others were mistreated by prosecutors as part of the FBI's investigation into Russia's interference. The 2016 election. A jury convicted Roger Stone of seven felony counts last year, most of them for making false statements to the FBI and congressional investigators. Then there was a count of witness tampering and obstruction of justice. Roger Stone sentence commuted tonight by President Trump More updates as they come in, stay with us Locally. The owner of a Gaithersburg restaurant closed his business rather than force his staff to wear facemasks. Now, he tells w. T O. P's Kate Ryan, what's ahead for his business? The owner of the grill it Flower Hill in Gaithersburg did not want to be recorded and he didn't want his name used. He says he's gotten death threats after posting a now deleted Facebook message. Declaring he would not require his staff to wear masks, he told W. T O P doesn't think masks are medically necessary. Despite CDC recommendations and health regulations. He closed his restaurant himself rather than comply. And now, he says, Ah, likely transfer of ownership is in the works. Clark deal with the Montgomery County Health Department says. When that happens, we will probably stop by and just make sure that everything is in order. And the current owner of the Grill of Flower Hill expects that will include staff wearing masks just not under his ownership. Kate Ryan. W GOP News, The Adams Morgan pedestrian only street experiment will turn out to be a one shot deal. According to D. C s Advisory Neighborhood commission, the city will not close down 18 street to traffic again during the pandemic. D C'est obtained a letter sent from Mayor Bowser's Office of Community Affairs, saying it will not return because of health and safety issues. The street shut down during the last weekend in June as part of a pilot program. Some of us have been getting heavier during the pandemic, a lot of eating and far less exercising than before..
"community affairs" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"community affairs" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"community affairs" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Community affairs. Three new home for hip, hop community affairs is a presentation of the public affairs department of real many through three guys. Welcome back to the community council and thanks again for joining us today. If you're just tuning in with the show that talks about everything great our community. We're also here to show love to all of the amazing nonprofits out there trying to make a difference. And with me, I have edgy and Patty with friends for purpose. Are you guys doing we're great? How about you? I'm good a good. I'm super excited that you guys are here to talk about friends for purpose. Tell us a little bit about that. Well, it started as a hashtag, vulgar I'd events together. And now, we're turning it into a nonprofit. So he can serve others. Our number one goal is to build a community of volunteers. So there'd be knows that. How great it feels to give back. And we also just support other nonprofits. So if you have an event, or you need donations, we help you get all that stuff. Really? Yes. So what made did you start this? Well, the footwear. There's four of us for three months, and we started it together we were on did up at events together. And we decided when we're advanced together we're going to hash hashtag fronts for purpose. And the hashtag like I said turned into us looking for bigger and better things. And when people really figure out how good it feels to give back. We know that they'll be on board as well. We're trying to develop friends everywhere we love to say, we're all friends we just haven't met yet. And so we're trying to develop friends around the world around the nation and given back. So you've seen this probably grow like a wildfire. Phil far, you know for how young we are. It's grown exponentially farther than we thought it would be. So we're less than a year old, and we already have people in Ohio in Washington DC. That's amazing. So who you guys support locally, we support official bear truth? Bob, Hope USO. Bare truth. I've sorry render. Remember L A, the directions for veterans new directions for veterans McGlynn Downey police department. They have friends of the mounted unit and the downy peo- a honoring our fallen honoring our fallen taps. There's also heroes wounded heroes adventures. There are new one that we're starting with. So there there's anybody who who needs our help. We try to focus on first responders military and homeless. Okay. But if somebody has something they need to have a need with and it's a nonprofit and it's doing good for the community. We're there to help them. How can people get in contact to be helped? We have a.
"community affairs" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Shilling government and community affairs manager AM acidy watched paramedic soften around stadium Bodine process their emotions with the animals help. Now paramedics for the most part of those strong face strong willed individuals. Nothing can bother is said schilling. These employees had to realize it was oh Kay to break down. It was okay to cry and mercy who is scheduled to complete their training within the next year will work fulltime at the AM headquarters here in Vegas trainer. Paramedics supervisor. Mckinley said mercy will likely pacification task before them, but we all need to mature before leaving at the station. And when she's ready to work mercy will earn an immediate west vast to signal. She's on GT, the ambulance company plans to hold a graduation ceremony for the pop, which I think is wonderful until Dan she's prancing around on AM are on puppy. Paws learning commands like sit and stay retreat from LeClair when she follows orders. Class at therapy. Dogs are really wonderful. She's a ten-year certified doctrine. And if even if somebody doesn't want to talk having an outlet someone who loves you is very beneficial. I think it's great. Yeah. Sometimes you don't have to tell you just what we all know that the pets. You just hold you pats occupied feel a lot better. So I think that's wonderful that we've got that. Hopefully, this becomes a trend, and we see more and more therapy dogs, helping more and more people because you are panicked. You know, something happens to you. You have to get an ambulance. Whoa. What's going on? It's a great way to calm people. There really is. So I'm really thrilled that they've done that. That's not a local piece of news. Now, the other thing I wanted to talk about today, and I'm just make sure I've covered everything sometimes a flits around Ponente how I feel. Yeah. Yeah. Is you know, how that goes, Jim? All too. Well, let's talk about this. Thank you very much. So this anchor. Found this kind of interesting but not surprising interesting and not surprising shelter dog. Gino typing reveals inaccuracy up redesign moments. Kimberly, da, Dan, Denton, DR, DR Horton. She's got an apostrophe in there. We all know about the apostrophe don't in our name. Some people's understanding of it. All the aliases. I have a result of misspellings dorito DO Rango Durango, the amigo DEA Mito, what others have we had? Here's the thing. I've got this hyphenated name with an apostrophe in it. You know, and I tell people that can you spell the name, and I said d last in gym last name D apostrophe, a the always put a comma. Keyboards? Now, it's the task is different key on the keyboard. Anyhow, totally different or sometimes you say apostrophe, and they go. Yeah. What's the next letter because they don't want an apostrophe is. Maybe they say what letter is apostrophe. Maybe. Yeah. That name. So if anyone used to call when we used to have a landline going to speak to Mr. dorito. No, no, no such person here. That's how that goes. That's why I really try hard to make sure I've got people's names. Right. When they come on the show. I try really really hard to make sure I can pronounce the names of chemicals drugs diseases. Those big long words, I've a good old bashes it down to Jim. I do I really try of your medical definitions. I know and you love it. When you ace ace pronunciation, you just you're so proud of yourself. It's a small things in life is this mall things alive. So let's go back to shelter dog. Gino typing reveals inaccuracy of breed assignments. By Kimberly d d Dan. So the question is who sheltered docks so ASU, which is originally state university. The researchers collected DNA from nine hundred dogs were studied and ASU study finds that most shelter dogs are comprised of three different. Breeds sheltered. Out breed out of data interpretation is often in accurate, and this is what we found this at imagine meeting, a potential roommate for coffee, but instead of questioning that gauge how compatible you both would be living together, you were asked about your ancestry of your parents families, though, the situation seems ridiculous. It happens all the time in animal shelters where dogs are assigned. Breeze are often just guessed from their physical appearance. We know that's not a good thing. Anyway, these breed assignments are then used to infer how the dogs might behave. And also often impact the length of time a dog waits to be adopted. So you can see how making that kind of guess how how that can impact the animal the first step to understanding. How breed labels might affect shelter. Dogs is tied identify who shelter dogs actually are and research is in Arizona State University department of psychology at done just that the scientists Gino type shelter dogs in Arizona and California. And they compared the genetic information to the breed labels assigned in shelters so here the findings findings. So they did canine cheek swabs to answer the question and the canine science laboratory, researchers Lisa and Clive wind collected this DNA from these nine hundred shelter dogs. There were house the animal welfare league and society for the prevention of cruelty to animals and Phoenix and the San Diego, humane society and society for the French cruelty to animals, San Diego for the genetic testing. The researchers use the wisdom panel canine DNA tests from Mars veterinary is that malls as a marching don't know which would. Be interesting, which is a commercial other show, bro. Topic for another show, which is a commercially available product a small brush was used to collect souls on the ducks cheeks and gums and the samples are sent to a lab for processing at the lab DNA was extracted from the duct cells and compared to over three hundred sites in the canine genome that been matched to specific breeds the three most common breeds at both AWOL an STI h- h s where the same American Staffordshire terrier, which lots of people that we use that we use that breed name in England all the time. She may not be familiar with it here. People call it a pit bull because American staffer was one of the American Staffordshire terrier Chihuahua poodle. The poop surprises me yet. These breeds accounted for less than half of the dogs in the to shelters. So the me the most common breeds with America's Staffordshire terrier poodle, yet these three breeze accountable less than half the dogs in the two shelters. Do you understand the show? Yeah. So they're they're saying the. Dog is this breed. But that's really only two percents accurate. Okay. I'm with you. I didn't quite connect with that one. I'm I'm not connecting. I'm not connecting. So this ain't da da da. But Renauld reality. Yeah. Okay. So the level of genetic diversity in the shelter dogs exceeded our expectations. We actually found one hundred and twenty five distinct breeds that Gunter who is Maddie's research, fellow in the department of psychology. We also found that just five percent of the shelter dogs. Where purebred even though it is commonly assumed up to a quarter of dogs in shelters. A purebred five percent verse small very small the genetic testing gave the researches information about three generations of ancestors for each dog. So they went back on average most dogs would comprise of three different breeds with some dogs having up to five hundred signatures identified at the great grandparent level. Now, the breed identification has quite an outsize role in people's perceptions of dogs said win. He's the professor of psychology and head of the canine science collaborate. Collaborate, tori. What breed easy is often? The first question people ask about a dog, but the answer is often terribly inaccurate. I see the all the time too. We've had people tell us all kinds of things about dogs. I think people want to say things wanna be they want to be smart. They want to be a look I know my dog. So I I have a story for you. Either story for you remind me about ice skating dog. Just remind me about that. Anyway. So he said when you adopt a dog, you're not adopting. You're not adopting a bully a German shepherd or a Saint Bernard, you're adopting Jerry almo and when you love a dog, you don't have a German shepherd, you love Jerry said, Michael Moorefield, director of marketing communications for AWOL. He's right. Who really cares? Once again. I just love you. I just love him miss the Twix. I just love you, Mr. Johnson care. What you all, you know? Anyway, it's sad. That would be got to that point that we think looks more important than than health even in animals, anyway, the accuracy and unintended consequences over label here, they are the genetic diversity among shelter dogs can make it difficult. Cult for shelter staff to assess the breed heritage of dogs gun to win partnered with ASU's, Rebecca baba. She's the assistant clinical professor in the Mary Lou Fulton. Teachers college to compare the breed information from the genetic tests into the labels given to the dogs in the San Diego shelter the shelter the stuff use the physical appearance of a dog and three descriptions from the American kennel club breed identification guides tied dentistry, a primary and secondary breed. And when the researchers looked at whether either the assigned primary or secondary breed matched information from their genetic profile. They found that the shelter staff. Accuracy was half a guess, Jim. How accurate they were point one? They found that the act. The accuracy was sixty seven percent sixty seven percent. I think this is wrong. I think it should say inaccuracy. I think the accuracy fell to ten percent when staff identified more than one breed. Okay. It must be inaccuracy. It's got to be. I need an need to look at this. Because I need to know that we're accurate and what we're reporting. Well, we're going to have to get we might have to get back on that. Yeah. Let me just quickly go through this because I'll go back through again, it may have just typed accuracy instead of inaccuracy. I'm going to say that the not sixty seven percent accurate anyway. Through breed label, though, read labels are common in animal shelters that can have unintended consequences in a previous study also published in plus one. The researchers found that dogs labeled as pit bulls waited over three times as long to be adopted you gave him a sentence. And in this study, the researchers found that dogs in San Diego shelter with a pit bull type ancestry waited more than three times as any other than any other breed that was in there. So how this breed label impacts a shelter dog extends beyond identification, of course. And the relationship between behavioral breed is kind of murky except for some behaviors the. Operate specific like pointing dogs. That you can't mistake when you see it. The genetics of behavior is so complex that dog. Who is a cross of two breeds might not behave much like the typical member of either of his parents families, and that is true. Then you have a situation where breathe touting is worse than stereotyping members of our own species. Breed labels will be better dropped altogether. I agree with that. How about this is a small dog? This media does the big dog. This is a black white. This is Kelly had there's an a dog. You know what I mean? I I agree with that. Because if he has that kind of impact why would you keep, you know, keep on with that practice beyond breed labels to behavior. Now, the behavioral diversity even within single breeds has led Gunter and went to advocate for the importance of behavioral assessments, instead of read labels. What really matters is a dog's behavior, and I might fit into your doctor family. And here's the problem. There aren't many behavioral lists. You've got people in shelters saying they are you've got trainers saying they are not. So they don't even know what they're looking for and often they make things up..
"community affairs" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"community affairs" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Home for hip, hop community affairs is a presentation of the public affairs department of real ninety three guys. Welcome back to the community council. Thanks again for joining us today. If you're just tuning in. We're the show talks about everything great in our community. We're also here to show love to all of the amazing nonprofits up there. Trying to make a difference. And on the phone with me, I have Jeanette Thomas executive director of cell dogs. Are you doing Janette Craig? Thank you so much for the call. I really appreciate it. I appreciate you taking time. I know you're super busy. So let's jump into it. What is sell dogs? We're a nonprofit organization, and we adopt the dogs out to members of the general public and ones that are exceptional that really have the right stuff. We trained for service for veterans with PTSD in children with autism and people who have disabilities which relegates them to wheelchairs. This is an amazing idea who thought of this. The original concept was developed by a Dominican sisters sister. Pauline quinn. Quarterback in the early eighties. And she had the first program up at the Washington state women's prison and gig harbor, so she's really the one who started this amazing process. And now there are hundreds of these programs all over the United States and internationally as well. That is amazing. So how did you get involved? I was in corporate for twenty five years. And I my passion as a child was to become a veterinarian, but I'm old enough that unfortunately because of gender quotas. I was not able to realize my dream. So went on to do amazing things in corporate, but really had a passion for giving back and working with animals. So when I retired. I reinvented myself if you will, and you know, started to look around and volunteered at shelters and eventually ran on top that train service dogs. And you know, this just this little pilot light that started many years ago just became as burning. Bonfire, if you will, and you know, one thing led to another, and, you know, here I am seventeen years later fully immersed in having had programs in lots of success and placement. So it's, you know, following your heart. I guess is the best advice I could give anyone is. You know, do what you need to do to support yourself. But eventually, I'm sure you can follow your dreams. Absolutely. But why sell dogs? Really there really wasn't anything here in orange in LA county ones all around the country. You know, it's just a Pauline was very helpful in identifying potential creek solicitations who were interested. So, you know, so many people want to do the right thing by adopting a dog from a shelter. But unfortunately, for many people it's like going to a garage sale. And I mean that kindly because there are so many great opportunities in the shelter and garage sales. You just happened to what you're looking for and many members of the public. They make an impulse decision based on appearance. What what's the puppy? Oh, it's cute this color. I've always wanted the dog with blue eyes. But they don't really understand. What comes what those personalities or those appearances and working with our program. It is I think it's the twice sector if you will it gives members of the general public the opportunity to adopt. The world train dog because they go through the eight to ten week obedience program where they learned twenty-five command which include mostly obedience commands and a few tricks, and we know how to guide the adoptions. You know, if you know, you have a lab everybody wants to laugh, but nobody wants wants someone they're adolescent. So, you know, we'll know if they're like man, if they don't if they're good with kids and rather than falling in love with a picture. We interview perspective adopter. So that we know that it's a good fit. You know, both the families the individuals and the dog. And you know, it also gets so many of these dogs that unfortunately, traditionally may not have had an opportunity to get out of the shelter based on overcrowding situation. So many of these dogs were relegated to the shelters because they weren't potty trained or they were rude, or maybe, you know, they have someone desirable behaviors we can resolve those problems. You know? So that the dog was do have a second chance, you know, it's pretty much all about second chances for both the dogs and the trainers. You know, the dogs have an opportunity to be loved again and well cared for and the program trainers as we refer to them both the use adults, you know, the dogs on the trainer is a lot of similarities, nobody told them might promo on nobody told them. No, nobody gave them love. So you know being able to maximize on those criteria. You know, we give them a skill set for both, you know, their life as well as possible potential career skills. You know, we we teach the trainers for four weeks before the dogs arrive everything, you know, how. To interpret what dog is telling them through body language. So that everybody gets along, you know, they know what the dog is asking for and you know, the dog can respond appropriately. Then the dogs come in for eight to ten weeks after this four week instruction periods, and between is learn empathy. They learn responsibility for many of the kids in probation patience. Huge component of these programs because many of them don't think the. You know, the dog requires that patients in that understanding, and it is not uncommon for rival gang members to participate in the same cycle and be able to get along with each other for the sake and the future of the dog. So it's it's very much life changing for those participate. And that's you know, that's proven based on the reduce recidivism or re-offending rate for these individuals. You know, it's it's less than thirty percents that what the typical statistic would be. Wow. It. It goes really deep. Like, it's not like how you you hear some programs where people just drop a dog off. And you know, what the inmates and have them have their way with it. Like, you guys have them go for weeks of training before they even get the dog just to make sure that you know, the dog in the EMMY yet correctly. Absolutely. Really communicate together, which is it's the little things which which go go a long way. You're absolutely right. I mean, we do you know, we we have fun in the class. You know, it's a lot of work. You know, very much says, hey, would you like to have a dog for ten weeks for buses yesterday, raise your hand? But when you realize you have twenty four seven responsibility for that animal. It's a lot. It's like having an an infant or certainly a toddler if you will not just a love. Oh here. Let me scratch you play with you. And someone else has got to take you out to the bathroom. Good or bad weather. Get the whole experience that almost like an immersion program where you have to understand what it's like for a relationship. It's it's a it's a family member. It's a pet. It's not just an animal that you throw in the backyard, and you know, we've all had animals at some point earlier in our lives that were you know. They were good family pets, but they weren't. There was something missing. You know? I I've had them on. Sure, everyone has and the dogs that I've had in the last twenty years are those that have touched my heart because I've worn to communicate with them. They have changed my life. You know, certainly for the better because they've made me more understanding of the impact these programs have on these these at risk youth, and the and the inlet, you know, just to see them change from lack of eye contact lack of communication skills and gradually opened up and look at you when your eyes and enjoy what they're doing and getting a smile from some of these people after three or four weeks is probably the nicest thing that's happened to them perhaps in their lives. And we'll they're going to get out. Most of these individuals are going to get out. Why wouldn't it be benefit for themselves and for society to? To provide them with a skill set. That would make their re entry perhaps easier and certainly more long lasting. Absolutely. What if there's someone? That's listening right now, and they want to help out with cell dogs. What can they do? There's that's a great question. Yeah. Everybody wants when it come into the facilities. Everybody's like, wow. Would be really cool to come in. But unfortunately, that that's that's not an aspect of difficult process. But what we have now is we have for the past two years a growing program two dogs for veterans with PTSD. And because we don't have a brick and mortar facility to actually house dogs at a at a kennel. Well, the dogs are in correctional facilities. Many times opportunities will present themselves. Well, people call us and say, gee, I have this great dog. I think it would be ideally suited for your program. We're looking for families or individuals who would like to foster these dogs for short period of time, you know, just until another training cycle start. So we can bring them in. Also, it gives us a chance to get feedback. From people of what the dog is like a household. You know, it's not so the same heart. But there are so many people with generous hearts for these types of programs. That would be great, you know, our our programs of fully funded by donations both from generous individuals and corporate grants. So that would be an ask if you will. And something that I think is just the easiest way to donate to our organization would be if you're going. The website and look under donations Amazon smile or the Amazon corporation has a funding vehicle for nonprofits. And if you were to go to our website and look up the link or contact me.
"community affairs" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"community affairs" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Urban revitalization. Coalition also, Candice camper community affairs director, Los Angeles urban revitalization. Revitalization. Coalition pastor Troy Martinez. He's a community affairs director urban revitalization. Coalition to talk about the efforts to lift up the minority community that is suffering and getting lower wages because of illegal immigration. Welcome all of you to the program. Thank you, John. You all agree. Pastor Scott with the assessment that because of illegal immigration that the that black Americans have been disproportionately negatively impacted by this. Absolutely. We've been impacting on a number of different levels economic levels social level as far as crime and drugs and gang activity, and our communities up to one of these people crossed the borders, especially let's take a somewhat state like California. They're not moving into Brentwood and Burbank and Beverly hill to the urban communities, and and once again denying us or call taking advantage of opportunities that will want to us, and there's a criminal threat. The MS thirteen dang become the premier gang in California. And I was talking to some from the department of Justice on last week. And they told me what. It makes it difficult in dressing MS thirteen gangs is the fact that they employ minors in the activity, and so when they arrest a minor that can't prosecute. They simply have to release them. And that's what makes them protective. I'm in the midwest. I'm in Cleveland, Ohio right down the road Muslim Columbus. MS thirteen gang has a huge footprint there. And so, you know, there segments up this infiltrating American society is negatively impacting the black community. Well, when you feel the same way Candace you see in the same thing where you live in Los Angeles. Yes, I actually have been boots on the ground and actually right before this phone call. I just received a call from skid row where they found black American woman in her fifty that was found dead in her tent, and she had been there for five days or more. My son got attacked by to illegal immigrants while waiting at the bus stop. He got stabbed. How this is affecting the black American community. They have pushed out all the black Americans here in Los Angeles, California homeless on the street living in inhumane living conditions living wood rats roaches. You name it as illegal immigrants and other foreigners take over community such as watts Inglewood in Compton and pushing out all the blacks and gentrifying those neighborhoods in those communities away from black American families that used to have a large footprint there in those communities. So it is affecting the black American community. There's a lot of things that are not being said publicly that are happening on the street and the media is not communicating. This information publicly the black American race is being affected drastically due to a legal immigrants. They are in all the homeless agencies there in the department of social services there at the city's attorney's office. Are in every agency here in Los Angeles, California, and they are taking care of their own race of people as they push out the black Americans who have been in this country for the past four hundred years and our ancestors paved the way for our black American families. My father is a Vietnam veteran he fought for this country to pave the way for black Americans and their children and their families for decades to come. They did not fight for this country for other people from other countries that come into the United States and take over our territory. That's that's basically what it is. Another country has been allowed to come into the United States and take over whole communities and the federal government, and these Democrats have allowed it to happen. They are taking care of people. That are here in our country that are supposed to be here illegally. I don't agree with everything you're saying and as much as look I'll say ninety eight percent of people that crossed the border illegally. I think just want what we all take for granted..