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"deb jalan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:23 min | Last month

"deb jalan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"All 50 states and most consumer accident Remember 30 35 K CBS News Time 11 42 President elect Joe Biden today introduced more of his Cabinet nominees. KCBS is list ST John Reports for Secretary of the Interior. Mr Biden nominated New Mexico representative Deb Jalan. A member of the Laguna Pueblo people. This moment is profound when we consider the fact that a former secretary of the interior once proclaimed his goal to quote Civilized or exterminate us. Her nomination was supported by Daniel She in lead attorney in general counsel for the Lakota People's Law Project. His team gathered support from across the country for her and what they think will be some of the most important environmental work done in years. Very importantly, she's going to obviously stop the drilling in Native American reservations and public park lands. Because she's also in charge of overseeing the public park lands. So this is an extraordinarily important element in the fighting of global climate change. President elect Biden summed it up as the first Native American Cabinet secretary, the history United States of America. Should be a true steward of our national parks are natural resource is on all of our lands. Live Saint John KCBS. Do you eat unhealthy at times? Do you watch a lot of movies? Check this out. A new Stanford University study shows that 40% of beverages seen in movies or alcoholic and characters on the silver screen eats so poorly that they failed federal recommendations for saturated fat fiber and sodium. Researchers launched the study because they wanted to find out why consumers don't eat healthier when they know they should. So they looked at an influential force. In American popular culture movies to see how films depict depict foods and beverages on screen to the public. Researchers examined the 250 top grossing American movies between 1994 and 2018. And found the onscreen foods and beverages largely failed. US government nutrition recommendations case CBS News Time 11 44 All Hail the San Jose State. Spartans Sports In 90 seconds My identity's been taken.

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"deb jalan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:27 min | Last month

"deb jalan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Despite the pandemic, I'm losing John President elect Biden makes history with this, The Secretary of interior I nominate Congressman de power and a years long San Francisco land project is finally finished and ready for the public and afternoon. I'm Dan Mitchinson. Have those stories and more just ahead case. CBS News Time. 5 31 DOWN Update from CBS CBS News. Brief lawmakers are up against the clock as government funding is on track to expire Sunday night. We need to deliver an outcome. Delivered quickly. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer blames a stimulus holed up on new terms from Pennsylvania Republican Senator Pat Toomey. But to me says an objection to the way we have word of this and you want a language that is narrower. I'm all ears. We could work this out President elect Joe Biden and rolled out key members of his environmental team. While taking a few jabs at the previous administration. Current administration reversed the Obama Biden fuel efficiency standards. Take big oil companies over American workers. Our administration will not only bring those standards back Will set new ambitious standards that are workers are ready to meet today by and nominated North Carolina environmental lawmakers Michael Regan to head the Environmental Protection Agency. CBS News Brief. I'm Lisa Matteo 5 32. Now on KCBS today, President Elect Joe Biden introduced more of his Cabinet nominees. We get the update from KCBS his list. ST John for secretary of the Interior. Mr Biden nominated New Mexico representative Deb Jalan, a member of the Laguna Pueblo people, This moment is profound when we consider the fact that a former secretary of the interior once proclaimed Let's go to quote, civilized or exterminate us. Her nomination was supported by Daniel She in lead attorney in general counsel for the Lakota People's Law Project. His team gathered support from across the country for her and what they think will be some of the most important environmental work done in years. Very importantly, she's going to obviously stop Drilling in Native American reservations and public park lands because she's also in charge of overseeing the public park lands. So this is an extraordinarily important element in the fighting of global climate change. President Elect Biden summed it up. First Native American Cabinet secretary the history United States of America. Should be a true steward of our national parks are natural resource is on all of our lands Live Saint John KCBS Governor Newsome is one of many governors expressing frustration over slower than expected delivery of the Fizer vaccine against Cove. It CBS political reporter Doug Sovereign tells us the state is still trying to sort out why the Trump administration is withholding additional doses that states were told to expect. California received an initial allotment of 327,000 doses of the Fizer shot with 393,000 more promised next week. But then that second batch was cut by 40% of just 233,000. Frustrated Governor Newsome is still trying to figure out why, since federal Health officials blamed production issues that Fizer while the drug maker says it has millions of doses ready to ship if the Trump administration would just give the green light. I'm always here, not with a clenched fist. In terms of these issues, but an open hand, understand what we could do tow to address that disconnect between what Fizer is saying and what the CDC and H H s is saying. We have calls in. Not just the visor where we got calls back, but to the administration to get more clarity on that, and we'll update you in real time. I won't wait on Monday if we get more information on this in real time. I'll make sure we update folks. In a recorded video released late Friday afternoon, the governor said. California vaccinated more than 3200 people on the first day of the Fizer vaccine Wednesday and still plans to give more than two million people of shot by the end of this month. The arrival of the newly approved Moderna vaccine. As soon as Monday will expedite that. Trump Administration officials say they are not delaying shipments of the Fizer shot. The states simply misunderstood and assuming the next batch would all come on a single day. Doug Sovereign KCBS As a hospital employee. You have access to the covert 19 vaccine, but it doesn't mean you necessarily want it. KCBS is Jennifer Hodges has more on the options being presented to healthcare workers. It's not a requirement for hospital employees to get the cove in 19 vaccine, but many hospitals around the country are trying to figure out just how many will one of the things we did.

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Biden Picks Deb Haaland as Interior Secretary

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00:40 sec | Last month

Biden Picks Deb Haaland as Interior Secretary

"President elect Joe Biden getting ready for his administration to tackle climate change. He announced war nominees today for key Cabinet positions, including members of his climate team, among them New Mexico Congresswoman Deb, Jalan for interior secretary. Former Michigan governor Jennifer Granholm for energy secretary. Biden says his team will have a lot of work to do. Current administration reversed the Obama Biden fuel efficiency standards. Picked big oil companies over American workers. Our administration will not only bring those standards back Will set new ambitious standards that are workers are ready to meet today. He's also named former EPA head Gina McCarthy as his national climate adviser.

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"deb jalan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:19 min | Last month

"deb jalan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Rampart or changed 13 right now subject to closure. As a result of a truck that which broke down there working to remove that, and also, Sonny parking rules are in effect for tomorrow. Of course, saying, Here's what we see on Long Island. Speak three. Not much. Everything okay on the northern state, our Southern states and John Ross Myron exports coming up at 6 31 on 10 10 wins. Well, there is cautious optimism in Washington tonight. Very cautious. The Congress may finally be close to nailing down another pandemic relief measure negotiations on a nearly $1 trillion package of reportedly reached a compromise on most major sticking points. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell now says he wants to get a deal done, and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is all for it as well. I agree with the Republican leader on this We need to deliver an outcome. Delivered quickly. There appears to be a sticking point. However, her Republican effort led by Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey, to curb the emergency lending powers of the Federal Reserve. The GOP appears to be digging in on the issue, while Democrats say it would be foolish to rob the Federal Reserve of a tool that could help deliver pandemic relief and might also tie the hands of the incoming Biden administration That said Republicans like Texas Senator John Cornyn are calling for a deal to get done enough time has been wasted this year on partisanship and political posturing. We've reached a make it or break it moment and there is no room. Our inaction on time is of the essence because the coronavirus relief measure has been coupled with a bill to fund the federal government, and there's barely a day to go before a government shutdown would take effect. Among the issues that happen, agreed upon $600 stimulus payments going directly to Americans, funds for vaccine distribution aid for businesses and $300 extra a week and jobless benefits. From the federal government benefits would also be extended for the long term unemployed. The package does not include fiscal relief for state and local governments, whose finances were largely wiped out by pandemic response. President elect Joe Biden getting ready for his administration to tackle climate change. He announced more nominees today for key Cabinet positions, including members of his climate team, among them New Mexico Congresswoman Deb, Jalan for interior secretary and former Michigan governor Jennifer Granholm for energy secretary. Biden says his team will have a lot of work to do. Current administration reversed the Obama Biden fuel efficiency standards. Take big oil companies over American workers. Our administration will not only bring those standards back Will set new ambitious standards that are workers are ready to meet today, Biden says Members of his environmental and energy team are quote. Brilliant. They're qualified, tested and their barrier busting. The president elect is also named former EPA had Gina McCarthy as his national climate advisor. After days of silence on the issue, President Trump is now downplaying that massive cyber attack on the U. S government and contradicting his own secretary of state over who's behind and a pair of tweets. President Trump suggests without evidence that China, not Russia may be responsible for the attack. In his first comments on the breach, Trump scoffed at the focus on the Kremlin and downplayed the intrusions. That the government Cyber Security Agency has warned they pose a grave risk to government and private networks and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Friday that Russia was pretty clearly behind the cyber attack. It's not clear exactly what the hackers.

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"deb jalan" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

03:06 min | Last month

"deb jalan" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"I just want to say one thing that would be affirmation from all of us over here in the indian country you know. That was a very very important step for the biden administration. Ihnen people know how to take care of this land deb hall comes from aguna pueblo. Which has one of the largest uranium mining histories in this country. And i just wanna really With the anaconda uranium minded stored so much of their territory. Really grateful for this this new decision that we're going to have a lot of work to do to undo what the trump administration has done. We are really really grateful that the biden administration has taken these. And can you talk about what deb haaland stands for the. She is a congressman from new mexico. She talked immediately about sustainable development and what the interior department does will the interior department is kind of like the great white father indian people until minds and indians are both in the same department in. And what's happened. Is that the interior department and the federal government has basically given away so much of that of that land water and resources of the country under the trump administration in previous administrations. And so know. Let's just say the public lands. Native land should be protected for the public of the natives not necessarily mining corp.'s. Deb's history here with the vision that she and other leaders have had an in in washington with just transition in the greenie. Deal is exactly what we need in this country. We don't need any more fossil fuels. We're not we're done. What we need is the vision and and a just resolution and who is run the interior department. Before i mean what have been the policies before. And what are the pressure. Show be under talked about. Joe biden's cabinet being largely still from corporate establishment america and certainly deb jalan comes from a very different place. Yeah i mean. I'm sure that dead can stand up to the challenges and she'll have a lot of support i mean. I think that we should be done with. According corporate heads to run parts of government. They have enough influence already. And so in this moment in time you have vast territories of of of labs that she is going to be able to to look at and really a provide some redress from what the trump administration has done basically deconstructing any environmental regulations. We had in any protection of public lands that we had you know so significant prior to this you know all males you know in this position and so we're really grateful that the that the new administration has seen the merits of the championship of the environment. That that's an enigmatic people. Have someone like like hell. So that leaves ourselves here anita opinion in our thoughts on the possibility of congresswoman. Helen turn to add another first to her credit. That of a secretary.

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"deb jalan" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

03:36 min | Last month

"deb jalan" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"It would have more than says. During the press conference governor. Rhonda's santa's of florida called the sunshine state for the large number of retirees. That live there calls them florida's ground zero for the nursing home. We're god's waiting room. We have huge number facilities huge number of residents initiate going further with an idiot. I mean what public official is going to stand up before you know did an elected body and say oh you know you. You've ultra here. You're you're in god's waiting room. What are you waiting for that guy like come on. That's who's leading the state of florida. Where dave lives that guy anyway. One one and done. That's my mission one and done the presidency one and done no to. I definitely now. Three petes laurie now. Looking back and chat lissi beth. How so what was the song and artist yet again. That's artists a falen but baptist. Doing oh holy night Sung in cree the cree language there go all right. We got one more articles for you guys and this is kind of our headliner for for the for the episode. And then. I'm going to have a lot of editing too brother. Yeah sadly i'm sorry robot not anybody's fault but comcast so guys may have heard. The news is probably the biggest news in ending country this past week but title here and this is from the new york times. This actually sent to me from beth as well. But there's this has been widely reported from the new york times biden picks deb jalan to lead interior department and Goes on here to say. I'll just read a little bit of this. Says the historic choice would elevate a native american to a cabinet secretary position for the first time and do so at an agency that plati central role in the nation's long running abuse of native peoples. This was written by coral davenport out of washington says in a historic decision president elected. Joseph r biden. Junior has chosen deb. Hallen a congressional representative from new mexico and native american to lead the interior department and that for much of the nation's history played a central role in the dislocation and abuse of indigenous communities from coast to coast. Mr biden's transition team announced the decision thursday. If confirmed by the senate miss howland would be the first native american to lead a cabinet level agency. She would oversee a sprawling department responsible for some five hundred million acres of public land including national parks oil and gas drilling sites and endangered species habitat. Her selection was the latest in a series of high profile cabinet. White house advisory decisions made in recent days.

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"deb jalan" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:54 min | 2 months ago

"deb jalan" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"NBC News radio. I'm built referral. Georgia will certify Democrat Joe Biden won the state's presidential election today. Secretary of State Brad Robin's Berger says there's no doubt Democrat Joe Biden won like other Republicans. I'm disappointed our candidate then when George's electoral votes conspirator wants the Legislature to tackle election reform, specifically replacing these signature verification for absentee ballots with voter ID. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is weighing in on the General Services Administration position on the presidential transition. It is totally mystifying that the G s a refuses to make the statement necessary for the transition to happen in orderly fashion. The GSC holds the keys to the transition between incoming and outgoing administrations. Everybody's got recommendations for the president elect. Democrats are pushing to cancel student loan debt with an executive order as a way to stimulate the economy. Michael Castor has the story. Economist Ray Perelman says that won't have the effect that some are predicting if you could give someone 50,000 student loan debt, that doesn't mean that you're putting that much born to their spending power today. It's money they would have played out over a period of years. So it doesn't give you that big initial pushing the economy, which he says is what we need right now. So instead of focusing on student loans, Perriman says Congress needs to pass another coronavirus aid package, Berryman explains. It should help for small businesses and local governments, which are facing a budget crisis due to a decrease in tax revenues. Meanwhile, House Democrats are pushing President elect Joe Biden to appoint representative Deb Jalan does his interior secretary. The New Mexico congresswoman would be the first Native American in the president's Cabinet. White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says the nation's economy is booming. Despite the pandemic, he told Fox News the GDP for this quarter could exceed 5%. You're listening to the.

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"deb jalan" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

06:31 min | 2 months ago

"deb jalan" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Everybody plays the fool by the main ingredient. This is democracy. Now i mean good men with nermeen today. Climate and racial justice activists are joining unions and newly elected members of congress to call on president elect joe biden to address cova the economy and climate change and appoint a quote corporate free cabinet. Their push comes as biden out. Several new appointments tuesday including louisiana congressman cedric richmond to lead the white house office of public engagement. The sunrise movement described the appointment of richmond as a betrayal because he's the leading democratic recipient of fossil fuel. money congress. this comes as the sunrise. Movement and justice democrats are pushing the biden team to place progressives in key cabinet positions. Their dream team includes barbara lee secretary of state elizabeth. Warren is treasury secretary. Keith ellison is attorney general bernie sanders secretary of labor mustafa ali as epa administrator and deb jalan as secretary of interior for more. We're joined by will lead shaheed spokesperson for justice democrats. It's great to have you back with us. Can you talk about what the response has been to the cabinet and the staff appointments so far begin with cedric richmond. Your concerns i think. Progressives are upset with the appointment of richmond as one of the leading recipients of fossil fuel donations he took money from the corporate packs of exxon chevron. Valero just this past year and he is someone who his own constituents. In new orleans louis- louisiana have said have not taken the issue of regulating the fossil fuel industry toxic pollution from the fossil fuel industry and the climate crisis. Seriously so we are concerned that i represent represented. Richmond has was appointed to the inner circle. Steve was also appointed to the circle. He is a big pharma. Lobbyist has worked for groups who oppose allowing the government to manufacture prescription drugs and impose medicare for all and now going forward. You know we have heard news. That deb holland is being considered for secretary of the interior. I think this might have been leaked in response to the progressive outcry about these two more corporate friendly appointments and looking forward. We really have to keep a tight and scrutiny over this fight for the soul of the biden presidency. Will they appoint all of these corporate friendly insiders or will they appoint significant numbers of progressives who make up. Nearly forty percent of the seats of democrats in the house are members of the progressive caucus. So know we think we deserve adequate representation if joe biden wants to be a unity president and represent the entirety of the democratic coalition and believe on the basis of the appointments made so far. You know there's been a lot of discussion about what you've just mentioned the split within the democratic party between progressives and centrists. How do you think it's going to go. The biden harris administration. Which direction do you see them. Tilting in on the basis of the appointments. They've already made. So the appointment. Of ron clain chief of staff is an interesting one. The other two men and consideration for that one of the most prominent roles in the white house were much more hostile to progressives much more ideologically neoliberal ideologically part of the conservative wing of the democratic party. Namely bruce reid and steve shetty and so appointing clean was a significant sign. He's given statement saying that he understands that the party has become more progressive has gone gone in a progressive direction. Especially over the last four years. And so you know. We have to be optimistic because we want joe biden to deliver on behalf of working families but we also keep a close eye. The good thing is that unlike president obama in two thousand eight there is not much of a honeymoon period. As you can tell our joe biden. I think there will be a lot of scrutiny and oversight in terms of wanting more corporate free appointments to this administration. We hope we'll get some and can you talk about the call bernie sanders to be made labor secretary. Do you see that actually happening. Yeah i think bernie. Sanders would make a great labor secretary. We also we called for three people per position. That we thought would be great bernie. Sanders is obviously one of the most tireless fighters for working families would also be happy to see representative andy levin who is also being considered for that role as well as mary. Kay henry who is the president of the eu and having someone all these departments dedicated to bold action especially if mitch mcconnell controls the republican senate. We need people in executive physicians. Who are going to use the full power of the federal government to move forward and agenda. That actually solves people's problems and doesn't allow mcconnell to rob the american majority from government. Finally the protest sets being held today. What exactly are the demands as people gathered together around the country and your response to Those democrats and the republicans who you know past went from republican to democrat and their vote for president elect biden in saying you must be quiet until the final runoff elections in georgia. Yeah one of the really strange things is to see democrat some conservative democrats. Go on television and say how excited they are to bring forth a new era of bipartisanship of working across the aisle. How they're optimistic. That joe biden and bernie's joe biden. Mitch mcconnell can can strike some deals but if you actually look across the aisle. It's it's it's a scary situation. I mean mitch. Mcconnell has amplified president trump's efforts to orchestrate coup to de-legitimize the biden victory and therefore de-legitimize the next four years of a biden presidency. And that's the majority of republicans in congress are acting that way. And then we have five four for democrats to allow mitch. Mcconnell to rob this majority of governing would be really terrible for all the democrats who poured their heart out for joe biden and then wanted bold action and fundamental shaky. I want to thank you for being with a spokesperson for justice. Democrats goodman with nermeen wear a mask..

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"deb jalan" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"deb jalan" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"July July. The Great Plains Tribal Chairman's Health Board A nonprofit organization that represents eighteen tribal communities in South Dakota North Dakota Nebraska and Iowa began running the Suzanne hospitals operations so they took matters into their own hands to provide healthcare and again we reported on this hospital a few minutes ago. Excuse me and we'll continue to follow up the rest linked to the rest of that article in the show notes. Czar you're just going to say. Do you remember the initial story you're right. Yeah so again comment. No I mean I mean me on time and time again but but of course the deck is stacked against US but Time and time again there are examples those were when we take the bull by the horns We have better results for ourselves. Absolutely and it's it shouldn't have to issue not to be that way you know and the need is great so certainly as an and go ahead. I'm sorry after you. I'm sorry I stepped on. You know I was basically done just just you know what what do we have to do. Aside from getting more allies in Congress like deb Jalan who are working feverishly really by trying to introduce You know pro indigenous language and legislation. Excuse me To get these people to be doing what they were supposed to be doing per treaty and other agreements. Well you know the lack acuff humanity in my opinion is a big part of the problem. These are things that should be automatically afforded people. Well not giving a granted a forty people you know people shouldn't have to fight to get adequate healthcare. They shouldn't have have to fight to get clean water. They shouldn't have to fight to have clean air. You know the these things come from a lack of humanity MHM agreed yeah. That's that's basically what trump it is basic. I'm trying hard not to go. Roman candle not not just just out of the frustration. You know what I'm saying. We why for basic human needs do they insist based on making a suffer in that sense. I know it it. It defies this logic totally. It totally defies logic and the only the only reasons that that keep coming to mind time. Meantime in time again is greed in racism. Those are the two glaring reasons that stick out to me every single time. Okay because if they can't say that racism is a factor because if if it wasn't Then all of these things would be a forty two to us without any kind of hindrance without any kind of reservation without any kind of love. Anything well I think what bothers me. A great deal is the fact that they blame it on budget right. There's disagree and know exactly but but but but they're not even even good lies. Oh they're I'm not. You know what I mean I. It's it's like you know we can't afford you kind of thing. That's that's that's generally what I walk away with and as a matter of you can't afford US matter. Is You have a fiduciary responsibility to US under under federal law right.

"deb jalan" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

19:53 min | 1 year ago

"deb jalan" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"From new york this is democracy now. I know that i have made mistakes steaks. I am sorry for harm. I have caused i have listened and i have learned a lot at the first ever native american presidential forum senator elizabeth warren apologizes for using the results of dna tests as evidence of her family's longtime longtime claim to native american ancestry. Meanwhile senator bernie sanders vows to rescind medals for u._s. Soldiers who took part in the wounded kidney massacre metal on the very rare and they give the people who show great bravery massacring women in children. I just thought of great bravery. It is an act but it will air highlights highlights from the frank lemaire native american presidential forum in iowa and host a roundtable discussion all that and more coming up welcome to democracy now democracy now or the warren pace report. I'm amy goodman. The trump administration's proposed a new rule that would allow migrant children and their caregivers to be jailed by u._s. Immigration agencies indefinitely the proposed rules seeks to overturn the nineteen ninety-seven flora's agreement which puts a twenty day limit on migrant family detentions acting homeland security secretary terry kevin mcelwain and said wednesday the new rule would serve as a deterrent child should be upon in a scheme to manipulate our immigration system which is why the new rule eliminates the incentive to exploit children as a free ticket or as one gentleman told me a passport for migration to the united states proposed rule drew through intense condemnation from immigrant rights groups and human rights organizations amnesty international tweeted. This is more than cruel. It's beyond logic and humanity unquote on wednesday president trump once again said he's looking into ending birthright citizenship for people born on u._s. Soil even though the right right is enshrined in the constitution under the fourteenth amendment the congressional budget office warned wednesday the federal budget deficit is growing faster than predicted in his encores to reach one trillion dollars for the first time since the great recession. This comes less than two years after trump signed a one and a half trillion dollar republican publican tax cut that overwhelmingly favors the wealthiest americans and as the pentagon is set to receive a staggering seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars for the coming in fiscal year brazilian researchers say fires raging in the amazon have reached their highest pace on record as illegal loggers burn vast areas as of rainforest to clear land for mining and cattle grazing brazil's national institute for space research says satellites have detected some seventy four thousand fires in brazil so far this year a more than eighty percent increase over the same period in two thousand eighteen. There are fires raging in neighboring bolivia as well where some two thousand square. We're miles have burned the fire sent massive plumes of smoke across much of south america turning day into night in sao paulo seventeen hundred mile away from the amazon basin on wednesday brazil's far-right president sharable sonata said without evidence that non-governmental organizations are to blame the cape regarding the fires in the amazon. I'm under the impression that it could have been set by the ngos because they had asked for money. What was their intention mention to bring about problems. Brazil brazilian president both sonata has worked to deregulate and open up the amazon for agribusiness logging and mining since he came into office in in january has attempt to blame environmentalists for the fires drew widespread ridicule and outrage it came as indigenous people use social media to document document how illegal loggers are setting fire to their territories. This is a woman named celje a member of the panel shaw indigenous community speaking in a video radio that went viral across brazil this week that look what they've done to our reservation for two years. We've been fighting to preserve this this land and now those troublemakers come here and set fire to our village as if it were not enough the valley mining company kills our river our people people are source of life and now they've come and set fire to our reservation. We won't stay quiet tomorrow. We will close the road and we want the media to defend us. Meanwhile wildfires continue to rage in alaska where a thick blanket of smoke has darkened the skies over anchorage wjr july was the hottest month ever recorded on earth when temperatures alaska average more than fifty eight degrees fahrenheit five and a half degrees above historic averages elsewhere fires raging in the canary islands forced eight thousand people to evacuate in siberia more than twenty one thousand square miles of forest forests have burned so far this month there have even been large scale wildfires in greenland which recently experienced its largest single day ice melt in history washington state governor. Jay inslee has dropped his bid for the democratic party's twenty two thousand presidential nomination saying it has become clear. He's i'm not going to be president. Intensely made combating the climate crisis the centerpiece of his short-lived campaign for the white house in sleet clash with the democratic national committee after after challenging party leaders to host a debate solely focused on the climate d._n._c. chair. Tom perez has declared that the party quote will not beholding entire tired debates on a single issue area unquote writing in the intercept journalists. Naomi klein responded having a habitable earth is not a single issue. It's the single precondition for every other issues existence humbling as it may be our share climate is the frame inside which all of our lives causes and struggles unfold unfold klein rates in san francisco progressive activists disrupted and event wednesday honoring house speaker nancy pelosi with a lifetime achievement. Even award dozens rallied outside the enter contact the intercontinental san francisco hotel while inside four others interrupted the ceremony calling on pelosi low seat to support the impeachment of president trump demonstrators also protested pelosi's june approval of billions of dollars in funding for republican border security package which the activists were eventually removed by police. No arrests were made sudan's. Military rulers have sworn in a new government as part of an agreement to bring civilian rule to the country after a popular uprising ended the thirty year reign of the authoritarian president omar al-bashir earlier this year sudan sovereign council is composed of six civilians. There's two of them women as well as five members of sudan's powerful military economist abdallah hyung-duk took the office the oath of office as prime minister. He was the favor choice of many pro democracy activists whose protests toppled al-bashir in april under a power-sharing agreement between the protesters and the military the sovereign council will govern sudan for three years ahead of the general election scheduled for mid twenty twenty two in hong kong riot police squared off wednesday evening coming against demonstrators at a suburban train station the site of an attack one month ago by nasty men on protesters returning home from a pro democracy march protesters say the assailants in july twenty first attack have ties to organized crime and they say authorities colluded with the attackers by failing to prosecute them. Meanwhile while chinese officials have acknowledged for the first time that an employee of the british consulate in hong kong has been detained in mainland china for the past fifteen days twenty-eight-year-old your old simon chung went missing august eighth after sending his partner an eerie message reading pray for me as he wrote a train bound for hong kong his case has renewed fears here is over and now suspended bill that would allow hong kong residents to be extradited to mainland china in mexico is petite national liberation army announced this week. It's extending extending its leadership of autonomous indigenous zones to eleven more areas in the southern state of chapas. Some new autonomous communities will be established on land that this apetit batista's took during an uprising in nineteen ninety four following the signing of nafta the north american free trade agreement a statement signed by petit sta subcommander voices called it it quote exponential growth that allows us to break the blockade again in the same statement this appetizers referred to mexican president andres manuel lopez over as the new overseer for sir and said dozens of indigenous activists have been killed since i'm low took office december first on monday. I'm called the expansion welcome and said it would benefit indigenous people. The mexican president has been widely criticized by indigenous communities. I support of a massive infrastructure project that would extend to nine hundred fifty mile rail l. network right through the heartland of mine indigenous land in southern mexico president trump attacked danish prime minister metra fredericks and on wednesday one one day after announcing he'd cancelled a planned state visit to denmark over the country's refusal to discuss selling greenland to the united states this this is trump speaking to reporters outside the white house wednesday on his way to kentucky now denmark. I look forward to going but i thought that the prime minister stated it was absurd that was it was an absurd idea was nasty. I thought it was inappropriate. Statement danish politicians across the political spectrum have expressed expressed disbelief over trump's bid to purchase greenland an autonomous danish territory as well as trump's sudden cancellation the state date visit following trump's latest remarks a state department spokesperson said trump had merely postponed the trip and said secretary of state mike pompeo cold hold the danish foreign minister to express you support for its nato ally on wednesday president trump referred to himself as the chosen one as he discussed ongoing ongoing negotiations for trade deal with china this was after he re tweeted a conspiracy theorist who compared trump to the king of israel and said jews quote quote love him like the second coming of god. Meanwhile president trump doubled down on his claim jewish. People who vote for democrats are either ignorant or disloyal loyal trump's initial remarks came one day earlier as he attacked congress members were she to leave and ilhan omar who were recently barred from entering israel and palestine at trump surging this this is trump speaking to reporters outside the white house in my opinion you vote for a democrat. You're being very disloyal to jewish people and are you being very disloyal. Israel and only weak people would say anything other than that trump's remarks drew condemnation from democrats in a large large number of jewish organizations rabbi elissa wise of jewish voice for peace said in a statement trump had repeated an antisemitic trope about jewish people beholding dual loyalty adding quote his fate concern for jews doesn't fool us as his actions have proven he is not concerned about jewish safety but in using using jews to win political points with his white nationalist base in fact by his continued encouragement of white supremacy and daily racist attacks on immigrants and people of color trump is making the american jewish community less safe by the day she said a southern california school district's under fire after administrators fell to inform parents about repeated incidents of hate speech by members of the high school water polo team captured on video. The incidents occurred at pacifica high high school in orange county in one video. Ten students are seen singing a nazi song while performing a sig. Heil salute during an award ceremony in a neighboring room in another video. A student is seen wrapped in a confederate battle flag and a third video. Two students are seeing goosestepping while waving german flag school district officials reportedly learned about the videos last march but fell to inform parents and teachers refused to say if anyone anyone was disciplined over the hate speech on tuesday officials with the garden grove unified school district said they've reopened an investigation elsewhere wearing southern california police say they thwarted a mass shooting by a disgruntled cook at the long beach marriott hotel next to the airport who allegedly threatened to come into work to shoot shoot everyone he saw long beach police chief robert luna says officers found an arsenal of deadly weapons when the arrested thirty-seven-year-old rodolfo montoya at his home on tuesday suspect montoya had clear plans intent and the means to carry out an act of violence that may have resulted in a mass casualty incident. A search of the suspect's residents in the city of huntington beach led to the seizure of multiple high powered firearms arms hundred rounds of ammunition as well as tactical gear including assault rifle and high capacity magazines which are illegal to possess in in the state of california. The police were tipped off by a co worker who the potential shooter spoke to there there have been at least thirty arrests of people ledge to be planning massacres since the mass shootings and el paso texas and dayton ohio earlier this month parkland students students who survived the two thousand eighteen mass shooting marjory stoneman douglas high school in florida have unveiled an ambitious plan to tackle gun violence the march for our lives lives peace plan would create a national gun licensing and registry system ban assault weapons and high capacity magazines and create a national buy back program for firearms it would also see federal officials declare a national emergency around gun violence name and national director of gun violence prevention and would register eligible voters and mail voter registration cards to all americans when they turn eighteen the washington post reports at least eight bureau of prisons officials. This shows new that multimillionaire serial sex abuser jeffrey epstein was not to be left alone in a cell in a manhattan federal jail but the order was ignored during the twenty eighty four hours leading up to his death august tenth the post cites unnamed officials who say supervisors and managers and not just low level prison guards were aware of the directive active new york city's medical examiner determined last week jeffrey epstein's cause of death was suicide by hanging but epsteins lawyers have challenged that finding and are planning their own an investigation and in huntsville texas prison officials injected forty eight year old death row prisoner larry swearing jen with a lethal dose of the drug pentobarbitone on wednesday evening killing a man who proclaimed his innocence to his dying breath swearing john was convicted of the nineteen ninety eight murder of nineteen year old community college college student melissa trotter but at least five defense experts testified swear engine could not have been the killer because he was in jail on an unrelated unrelated traffic violation at the time of the murder. They also testified that someone else's d._n._a. Was found under the victim's fingernails but une wednesday swearing swearing john was put to death after the supreme court denied a stay of execution in a statement sent to the washington post wednesday swearing jen wrote quote today the the state of texas murdered an innocent man swearing jin added. I feel certain that my death can be a catalyst to change. The insane legal system the system of texas which could allow this to happen. He said and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now. Democracy now dot org the warren peace the report. I mean he could ten presidential candidates including senators bernie sanders and elizabeth warren traveled to sioux city iowa this week for the first. Whatever native american presidential forum the forum was held just weeks after congresswoman deb jalan. One of the first two native american women in congress is publicly endorsed senator warren for president calling her a quote great partner for indian country warren came under fire last year after she released the results of the d._n._a. Unai test is evidence of her. Family's longtime claim to have native american ancestry on monday senator warren apologize for her actions now before i go any further during this. I want to say this like anyone who's being honest with themselves. I know that i have made mistakes. I am sorry for harm. I have caused i have listened and i have learned a lot and i am grateful for the many conversations for stations that we've had together it is a great honor to be able to partner with indian country and that's it's what i've tried to do. As a senator and that's what i promise i will do as president of the united states of america the federal government's history with our tribal. All nations has been one of broken promises. We need to make change. We need to honor our trust and treaty obligations allegations to the native tribes and we're not gonna do that with one little statute over here and a couple of changes jason regulations over there. It's going to take big structural change. That's how i see this think of it. This way full funding for housing for healthcare for education for infrastructure. Those are not optional. All we need to change the rules and make it happen during the native american presidential forum ninety nine year old u._s. us army nurse corps veteran marcello of the cheyenne river sioux tribe posed a question to senator bernie sanders. They do have a question. This relates to the massacre at wounded knee to me my personal opinion. There's a pervasive sadness that exists on our reservation because of unresolved grief boehner were given to the seventh cavalry calvary soldiers when the at the massacre at wounded known when they killed approximately two hundred fifty women and children in in the leader who was ill into all of these things have burying with fuelling helping produces of people on our reservation. They elders the children everyone so my question is will you support and the removal of the steam act. This is my question. The answer is absolutely absolutely.

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"deb jalan" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

19:53 min | 1 year ago

"deb jalan" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"From new york this is democracy now. I know that i have made mistakes takes. I am sorry for harm. I have caused i have listened and i have learned a lot at the first ever native american presidential forum senator elizabeth warren apologizes for using the results of dna tests as evidence of her family's longtime longtime claim to native american ancestry. Meanwhile senator bernie sanders vows to rescind medals for u._s. Soldiers who took part in the wounded kidney massacre metal on the very rare and they give the people who show great bravery massacring women in children. I just thought of great bravery. It is an act but it will air highlights highlights from the frank lemaire native american presidential forum in iowa and host a roundtable discussion all that and more coming up welcome to democracy now democracy now or the warren pace report. I'm amy goodman. The trump administration's proposed a new rule that would allow migrant children and their caregivers to be jailed by u._s. Immigration agencies indefinitely the proposed rules seeks to overturn the nineteen ninety-seven flora's agreement which puts a twenty day limit on migrant family detentions acting homeland security secretary terry kevin mcelwain and said wednesday the new rule would serve as a deterrent child should be upon in a scheme to manipulate our immigration system which is why the new rule eliminates the incentive to exploit children as a free ticket or as one gentleman told me a passport for migration to the united states proposed rule drew through intense condemnation from immigrant rights groups and human rights organizations amnesty international tweeted. This is more than cruel. It's beyond logic and humanity unquote on wednesday president trump once again said he's looking into ending birthright citizenship for people born on u._s. Soil even though the right right is enshrined in the constitution under the fourteenth amendment the congressional budget office warned wednesday the federal budget deficit is growing faster than predicted in his encores to reach one trillion dollars for the first time since the great recession. This comes less than two years after trump signed a one and a half trillion dollar republican publican tax cut that overwhelmingly favors the wealthiest americans and as the pentagon is set to receive a staggering seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars for the coming in fiscal year brazilian researchers say fires raging in the amazon have reached their highest pace on record as illegal loggers burn vast areas as of rainforest to clear land for mining and cattle grazing brazil's national institute for space research says satellites have detected some seventy four thousand fires in brazil so far this year a more than eighty percent increase over the same period in two thousand eighteen. There are fires raging in neighboring bolivia as well where some two thousand square. We're miles have burned the fire sent massive plumes of smoke across much of south america turning day into night in sao paulo seventeen hundred mile away from the amazon basin on wednesday brazil's far-right president sharable sonata said without evidence that non-governmental organizations are to blame cape regarding the fires in the amazon. I'm under the impression that it could have been set by the ngos because they had asked for money. What was their intention mention to bring about problems. Brazil brazilian president both sonata has worked to deregulate and open up the amazon for agribusiness logging and mining since he came into office in in january has attempt to blame environmentalists for the fires drew widespread ridicule and outrage it came as indigenous people use social media to document document how illegal loggers are setting fire to their territories. This is a woman named celje a member of the panel shaw indigenous community speaking in a video radio that went viral across brazil this week that look what they've done to our reservation for two years. We've been fighting to preserve this this land and now those troublemakers come here and set fire to our village as if it were not enough the valley mining company kills our river our people people are source of life and now they've come and set fire to our reservation. We won't stay quiet tomorrow. We will close the road and we want the media to defend us. Meanwhile wildfires continue to rage in alaska where a thick blanket of smoke has darkened the skies over anchorage wjr july was the hottest month ever recorded on earth when temperatures alaska average more than fifty eight degrees fahrenheit five and a half degrees above historic averages elsewhere fires raging in the canary islands forced eight thousand people to evacuate in siberia more than twenty one thousand square miles of forest forests have burned so far this month there have even been large scale wildfires in greenland which recently experienced its largest single day ice melt in history washington state governor. Jay inslee has dropped his bid for the democratic party's twenty two thousand presidential nomination saying it has become clear. He's i'm not going to be president. Intensely made combating the climate crisis the centerpiece of his short-lived campaign for the white house in sleet clash with the democratic national committee after after challenging party leaders to host a debate solely focused on the climate d._n._c. chair. Tom perez has declared that the party quote will not beholding entire tired debates on a single issue area unquote writing in the intercept journalists. Naomi klein responded having a habitable earth is not a single issue. It's the single precondition for every other issues existence humbling as it may be our share climate is the frame inside which all of our lives causes and struggles unfold unfold klein rates in san francisco progressive activists disrupted and event wednesday honoring house speaker nancy pelosi with a lifetime achievement. Even award dozens rallied outside the enter contact the intercontinental san francisco hotel while inside four others interrupted the ceremony calling on pelosi low seat to support the impeachment of president trump demonstrators also protested pelosi's june approval of billions of dollars in funding for republican border security package which the activists were eventually removed by police. No arrests were made sudan's. Military rulers have sworn in a new government as part of an agreement to bring civilian rule to the country after a popular uprising ended the thirty year reign of the authoritarian president omar al-bashir earlier this year sudan sovereign council is composed of six civilians. It's two of them. Women as well as five members of sudan's powerful military economist abdallah hyung-duk took the office the oath of office as prime minister. He was the favor choice of many pro democracy activists whose protests toppled al-bashir in april under a power-sharing agreement between the protesters and the military the sovereign council will govern sudan for three years ahead of the general election scheduled for mid twenty twenty two in hong kong riot police squared off wednesday evening coming against demonstrators at a suburban train station the site of an attack one month ago by nasty men on protesters returning home from a pro democracy march protesters say the assailants in july twenty first attack have ties to organized crime and they say authorities colluded with the attackers by failing to prosecute them. Meanwhile how chinese officials have acknowledged for the first time that an employee of the british consulate in hong kong has been detained in mainland china for the past fifteen days twenty-eight-year-old gerald simon chung went missing august eighth after sending his partner an eerie message reading pray for me as he wrote a train bound for hong kong his case has renewed fears here is over and now suspended bill that would allow hong kong residents to be extradited to mainland china in mexico is petite national liberation army announced this week. It's extending extending its leadership of autonomous indigenous zones to eleven more areas in the southern state of chapas. Some new autonomous communities will be established on land that this apetit batista's took during an uprising in nineteen ninety four following the signing of nafta the north american free trade agreement a statement signed by petit sta subcommander voices called it it quote exponential growth that allows us to break the blockade again in the same statement this appetizers referred to mexican president andres manuel lopez over as the new overseer for sir and said dozens of indigenous activists have been killed since i'm low took office december first on monday. I'm called the expansion welcome and said it would benefit indigenous people. The mexican president has been widely criticized by indigenous communities. I support of a massive infrastructure project that would extend to nine hundred fifty mile rail l. network right through the heartland of mine indigenous land in southern mexico president trump attacked danish prime minister metra fredericks and on wednesday one one day after announcing he'd cancelled a planned state visit to denmark over the country's refusal to discuss selling greenland to the united states this this is trump speaking to reporters outside the white house wednesday on his way to kentucky now denmark. I look forward to going but i thought that the prime minister stated it was absurd that was it was an absurd idea was nasty. I thought it was inappropriate. Statement danish politicians across the political spectrum have expressed expressed disbelief over trump's bid to purchase greenland an autonomous danish territory as well as trump's sudden cancellation of the state date visit following trump's latest remarks a state department spokesperson said trump had merely postponed the trip and said secretary of state mike pompeo cold hold the danish foreign minister to express you support for its nato ally on wednesday president trump referred to himself as the chosen one as he discussed ongoing ongoing negotiations for trade deal with china this was after he re tweeted a conspiracy theorist who compared trump to the king of israel and said jews quote quote love him like the second coming of god. Meanwhile president trump doubled down on his claim jewish. People who vote for democrats are either ignorant or disloyal loyal trump's initial remarks came one day earlier as he attacked congress members or she had to leave and ilhan omar who were recently barred from entering israel and palestine at trump surging this this is trump speaking to reporters outside the white house in my opinion you vote for a democrat. You're being very disloyal to jewish people and are you being very disloyal. Israel and only weak people would say anything other than that trump's remarks drew condemnation from democrats in a large large number of jewish organizations rabbi elissa wise of jewish voice for peace said in a statement trump had repeated an antisemitic trope about jewish people beholding dual loyalty adding quote his fate concern for jews doesn't fool us as his actions have proven he is not concerned about jewish safety but in using using jews to win political points with his white nationalist base in fact by his continued encouragement of white supremacy and daily racist attacks on immigrants and people of color trump is making the american jewish community less safe by the day she said a southern california school district's under fire after administrators fell to inform parents about repeated incidents of hate speech by members of the high school water polo team captured on video. The incidents occurred at pacifica high high school in orange county in one video. Ten students are seen singing a nazi song while performing a sig. Heil salute during an award ceremony in a neighboring room in another video. A student is seen wrapped in a confederate battle flag and a third video. Two students are seeing goosestepping while waving german flag school district officials reportedly learned about the videos last march but fell to inform parents and teachers refused to say if anyone anyone was disciplined over the hate speech on tuesday officials with the garden grove unified school district said they've reopened an investigation elsewhere wearing southern california police say they thwarted a mass shooting by a disgruntled cook at the long beach marriott hotel next to the airport who allegedly threatened to come into work to shoot shoot everyone he saw long beach police chief robert luna says officers found an arsenal of deadly weapons when the arrested thirty-seven-year-old rodolfo montoya at his home on tuesday suspect montoya had clear plans intent and the means to carry out an act of violence that may have resulted in a mass casualty incident. A search of the suspect's residents in the city of huntington beach led to the seizure of multiple high powered firearms arms hundred rounds of ammunition as well as tactical gear including assault rifle and high capacity magazines which are illegal to possess in in the state of california. The police were tipped off by a co worker who the potential shooter spoke to there there have been at least thirty arrests of people ledge to be planning massacres since the mass shootings and el paso texas and dayton ohio earlier this month parkland students students who survived the two thousand eighteen mass shooting marjory stoneman douglas high school in florida have unveiled an ambitious plan to tackle gun violence the march for our lives lives peace plan would create a national gun licensing and registry system ban assault weapons and high capacity magazines and create a national buy back program for firearms it would also see federal officials declare a national emergency around gun violence name and national director of gun violence prevention and would register eligible voters and mail voter registration cards to all americans when they turn eighteen the washington post reports at least eight bureau of prisons officials. This shows new that multimillionaire serial sex abuser jeffrey epstein was not to be left alone in a cell in manhattan federal jail but the order was ignored during the twenty eighty four hours leading up to his death august tenth the post cites unnamed officials who say supervisors and managers not just low level prison guards were aware of the directive active new york city's medical examiner determined last week jeffrey epstein's cause of death was suicide by hanging but epsteins lawyers have challenged that finding and are planning their own an investigation and in huntsville texas prison officials injected forty eight year old death row prisoner larry swearing jen with a lethal dose of the drug pentobarbitone on wednesday evening killing a man who proclaimed his innocence to his dying breath swearing john was convicted of the nineteen ninety eight murder of nineteen year old community college college student melissa trotter but at least five defense experts testified swear engine could not have been the killer because he was in jail on an unrelated unrelated traffic violation at the time of the murder. They also testified that someone else's d._n._a. Was found under the victim's fingernails but une wednesday swearing swearing john was put to death after the supreme court denied a stay of execution in a statement sent to the washington post wednesday swearing jen wrote quote today the the state of texas murdered an innocent man swearing jin added. I feel certain that my death can be a catalyst to change. The insane legal system the system of texas which could allow this to happen. He said and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now. Democracy now dot org the warren peace the report i mean he could ten presidential candidates including senators bernie sanders and elizabeth warren traveled to sioux city iowa this week for the first ever native american presidential forum. The forum was held just weeks after congresswoman deb jalan. One of the first two native american women in congress is publicly endorsed senator warren for president calling her a quote great partner for indian country warren came under fire last year after she released the results of the d._n._a. Unai test is evidence of her. Family's longtime claim to have native american ancestry on monday senator warren apologize for her actions now before i go any further during this. I want to say this like anyone who's being honest with themselves. I know that i have made mistakes. I am sorry for harm. I have caused i have listened and i have learned a lot and i am grateful for the many conversations for stations that we've had together it is a great honor to be able to partner with indian country and that's it's what i've tried to do. As a senator and that's what i promise i will do as president of the united states of america the federal government's history with our tribal. All nations has been one of broken promises. We need to make change. We need to honor our trust and treaty obligations allegations to the native tribes and we're not gonna do that with one little statute over here and a couple of changes jason regulations over there. It's going to take big structural change. That's how i see this think of it. This way full funding for housing for healthcare for education for infrastructure. Those are not optional. All we need to change the rules and make it happen during the native american presidential forum ninety nine year old u._s. us army nurse corps veteran marcello of the cheyenne river sioux tribe posed a question to senator bernie sanders. They do have a question. This relates to the massacre at wounded knee to me my personal opinion. There's a pervasive sadness that exists on our reservation because of unresolved grief boehner were given to the seventh cavalry calvary soldiers when the at the massacre at wounded no when they killed approximately two hundred fifty women and children in in the leader who was ill into all of these things have burying with fuelling helping produces of people on our reservation. They elders the children everyone so my question is will you support and the removal of the steam act. This is my question. The answer is absolutely absolutely.

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"deb jalan" Discussed on 1A

1A

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"deb jalan" Discussed on 1A

"In our lived experience to really add to the conversation as the sole member of the Kansas delegation. That is part of the democratic majority in the house. I definitely think that there are a few things I bring, you know, whether it's the, the voice of the Kansas, third district, or the voice of a. Native woman who has some previous experience and expertise and in federal Indian law and economic and community development in native communities. I think that, you know, the idea of this congress accepting embracing and a lot of times, highlighting some of the work that both Deb Jalan denier doing has been pretty phenomenal. I'm congresswoman David could you tell us a little bit about the third district where exactly is that? What's the demographic like just paint us a basic picture? I'd love to talk about the Kansas third district. So where the Kansas City metro area, we have were on the Kansas side. So Kansas City Kansas, which is in Wyandotte county is its own unique historical place in this country. Wind dot county is one of the full counties that's in the district. The other one is Johnson county which. Which has a lot of suburban suburban parts of the Casey metro area. And then we have a small portion of Miami county where it starts to be a little more rural. And the, the district has you know, I mean I graduated from a community college there, we've got one of the best community colleges in the country, right there. But we've got just this, I'd say strong emphasis on public education, which is, you know, the a huge part of why I've had the opportunities I've had in my life, and I just I was really excited that Kansas got to play a role this year and being part of this history, making class of freshmen members of congress, Lieutenant governor Flanagan. Let me come to you similar questions. First question what have you learned about being a state executive in Minnesota in your first few days in office? Well as a Representative David said, it's it is a steep learning curve. But I think that what I have really learned is the responsibility, the weight of the responsibility. And the overwhelming feeling of being in the room where it happens a think that's the difference that it makes having indigenous women native people at the decision making table. The outcomes that we're able to achieve, I think are more reflective of who lives in the state as a whole and just think we'd get better policy outcomes. When our government accurately represents or more accurately represents the folks who live here. So that has been what has been really powerful for me. Yeah. Would you wrote this, which I you month? Would you expand on that police in terms of who lives in Minnesota because the state, I think? People would be surprised to know is remarkably diverse there's a significant monk population. There is a significant population from from various, you know, countries with a large Muslim population. Talk about the indigenous populations in Minnesota. And what some of their unique needs and concerns are. Absolutely, well, thank you for knowing about the great state of Minnesota, and that we have a really diverse population here, of course, as you mentioned, the monk community. We have a significant Somali population are lat next community is, as large as well, African American and the native population. We've got eleven reservations in the state of Minnesota, as well as a significant urban American Indian population too. And I think, you know, the needs of our communities are, are vast. But it comes down to issues around education, health care. Issues surrounding community prosperity and really the need to ensure..

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"deb jalan" Discussed on 1A

1A

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"deb jalan" Discussed on 1A

"This is one A. I'm Joshua Johnson. Native Americans have had voting rights in federal elections for nearly a century, but an indigenous woman had never won a seat in congress until last year that time for people to not be heard and not be seen and not being listened to or represented. Well. Changes now. That was Kansas. Representative cherise David during her victory speech in November in the midterms. She and New Mexico, congresswoman Deb Holland became the first two native American women in congress female tribal citizens broke ground in many state positions as well including Peggy Flanagan who's the new Lieutenant governor of Minnesota. I want every young person in Minnesota tonight to know black white Brown or indigenous that you can grow up, and you can lead this state. But as Flanagan said, on the campaign trail native women are at best invisible. And at worst, disposable indigenous peoples as a whole don't fare much better. But today, we're bringing together native American women who were settling into their new positions of power as part of our special project one, a across America, joining us from the US capital is Kansas representatives, cherise David's. She is a member of the hotel nation congresswoman David's. Welcome to one A. I am happy to be here. Joining us from Minnesota public radio is Minnesota's Lieutenant governor Peggy Flanagan. She's the highest ranking native American woman in a state executive position. And she is a member of the white earth band of Gibb way Lieutenant governor Flanagan. Welcome. Thanks so much for having me. Also with us here in studio is marked trae hint. He's the editor of Indian country today. Mark, thanks for being here. Thanks. Glad to be here congresswoman David's. Let me start with you. How have your first hundred fifty or so days? Ben going, how did your expectation of what congress? Be like compare to reality. Well, I'm not sure I had too much of an expectation except that I knew that we were going to be on a steep learning curve. And so that, that has that expectation has been met for sure, one of the things because of the topic that we're touching on today that I want to mention is that I'm often telling people that I don't know what this experience would be like, if Representative Deb Jalan wasn't also here at the same time that I am both of us coming in as freshmen members of congress, and, you know, making our way through this very long standing institution and figuring out how we can best use our voice.

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"deb jalan" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"deb jalan" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Trust responsibility. I'm here to remind the trumpet. Ministration that your mortgage payment is due for more. We go to Washington DC where we're joined by Mark. Trae hunt editor of Indian country today. Member of the shoshoni Bannock tribes Mark describe what's happening as a result of the shutdown to Indian country. It really is a across the country pretty significant devastating impact. And health would be a great one where people are worried about access to medicine access to basic services. The Indian health service is still operating, but folks are not being paid. It's getting harder to refer people outside of the system. What one stat that most people don't know is that sixty percent of the Indian health system is actually run by tribes or nonprofit organizations not the federal government. So to have those organizations have to basically bail out the federal government is really extraordinary talking about the number of federal workers who are native American or the number of native Americans who were federal workers, most of the employees across the board of the Indian health services, the largest employer. In Indian country direct employers over ten thousand people it's interesting we mentioned the coastguard earlier, but they're actually seven uniform branches of the United States and three of those branches the coastguard, the no officers and the public health service are all in different aspects of this shutdown and in many reservation clinics. It's the public health service that has a physicians and dentists and some of the other folks serving a tribal members, and what do you think about the fact that the whole shutdown is based on President Trump wanting to build the wall on the southern border. It really is crazy, especially when you think that it's not a five point seven billion dollar project is just a downpayment. And if this is to go into and it's going to be a much longer term because we're really talking about twenty five or thirty or forty billion dollars. And this dispute is not going to go away unless there's a resolution, and that's why I think it's so important that the conversation get broader than just what it is. We just played that clip from the. The congressional hearing. What difference does it make that we have this? I just this month to native American women for the first time have entered congress, you Deb Jalan from from New Mexico as well as cherise David's from Kansas the significance of this the significance of that was just striking for the first time involving a native community the leadership of the house. Democrats turned to these two native American congresswoman shirts Davidson, Deb, Holland and said, why don't you ask the questions? I is. So it started with a frame of. Here's what India two countries think defined by Indian country, and if you think of the long narrative of this country that is just a shift in many many ways that it's inspiring that part of the story. I think is while this is the way it should have been a long time ago. This is Keri hawk Lazard, executive director of native American lifelines, which offers health services in Baltimore and Boston addressing the hearing on Tuesday. Day, the partial government shutdown having high having dire consequences for American Indian health care including urban and then people in urban Indian health. The federal government has an affirmative obligation to provide healthcare to our people this trust responsibility stems from treaties and long standing US policy. Jurisprudence the shutdown of IHS is directly at odds with that obligation. The impacts of an S shutdown is that already chronically underfunded facilities are forced to make extremely difficult decisions without any other options. Facilities will not be able to provide care to patients. So Mark Trahan final comment on what you feel people need to understand about how this government shutdown in all aspects education food health employment treaty obligations is affecting native America. It's hard to understate. How important the role of the federal government is in a tribal community. And you're already dealing with a very poor community in many cases and have that money stripped out of a community that circulates even not just the payroll, but so many other ways to have that taken away. So suddenly, I mean, one of the things that was striking in chairman payments. Testimony was how poorly planned the shutdown was during last shut shutdown the bourbon in affairs and other agencies started talking to tribes early prepaid a lot of the bills tried to arrange for things. So that there would be a mitigation this time it just happened it happened. So suddenly because it was after Trump, changed course. And that really added to the misery. I think of what's going on. Indian health is a great example because it's already so underfunded is the lowest cost health system in the country and taking resources out of that just makes it worse. Marsh raihan. Thanks so much for being with us editor of Indian country today. Member of shoshoni Bannock tribes, this is democracy. Now when we come back we go to the first day of hearings for the EPA chief designate Andrew Wheeler who is coal former coal lobbyist. Stay with us. to human Justice by Logan Richardson, this is democracy. Now. I.

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"deb jalan" Discussed on Fashion Hags

Fashion Hags

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"deb jalan" Discussed on Fashion Hags

"Deb Jalan one of the first native American woman to be like to the US Senate off was in this article. And then a bunch of amazing dog offers Kelly Kelly, sir phone who's a friend of a friend and an some amazing images of standing rock that Gerald stay with that will that are incredibly haunting and powerful and beautiful. It's my trust. Yes. Yeah. Exciting in there. Yeah trading. Yeah. I I was in in passing a couple of months back. I want to be in conversation with Kim Tober. I wanna be talked about in the car, and literally our names are on the same page. You did. Manifest all just debts being paid off. Yeah. But it's. No, no, no, no. You're not gonna snow on a pile of cash. It's gonna come in other ways. No, I'm not gonna like fall into a Bush at the park in just dislike beg of money. This is drug dealers money. I have to leave it. Will be just take somebody. Yes. Yeah. Boy. Well, congratulations. That's an incredible wonderful incredible feat and should be very proud of yourself. But your mom, and your Memarian your anti than money is gloating loading because like where everybody knows gesture geographic, not everybody. Yeah. Literally. So as much as a big deal was also also be invoked. Yeah. This is a big deal because it's outside your sphere. And it's like, it's not just an indifferent. Like Essa, teric fashioned thing. This thing is putting you in the bigger picture, which we which we all are, you know, you're part of a bigger pitcher and your narrative fits in with other people's narratives and Jerry part to build yours and that will weave in with all the greater the greater the greater movement had hand. Yes. Yes. It's been a wild ride kids and right at the end of the year to like it wasn't like the may issue like at the end of the year two. That's an feels like a nice little ADA a nice little cherry on a. Yeah. On a steaming pile of garbage. That was two thousand eighteen to get into. Left. Let's do it. We figured since. This was coming out like January second or something, isn't it? Yeah. The we could do a little recap and talk about last year. And how potentially will fall a used nineteen here in you. So we have we have a few things that and a lot of there's a lot of crossover. There's a lot of it's a lot of double dipping happening with some of these stories, but we've narrowed it down to that side of the world works five main themes. It's our top five top five Asian eighteen WTN our top five gripes. Yeah. Yeah. Top what the actual the actual? Okay. What are red number one diversity on the couch in models in modeling in campaigns? They're twenty teen for all of its faults. Really made it effort of of making for years. Vote getting you know, a runway that wasn't just skinny white girls. That was good magazine covers that aren't just skinny white girls. There were people of color someti-. Sometimes, you know. No. There was getting a push definitely a push towards more inclusivity New York fashion week was the most diverse ever in.

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"deb jalan" Discussed on Rants and Randomness with Luvvie Ajayi

Rants and Randomness with Luvvie Ajayi

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"deb jalan" Discussed on Rants and Randomness with Luvvie Ajayi

"Yoma people's walk into ranson randomness. I'm lovey your host and wacky wordsmith. And this is my podcast from talking about the things I'm loving things upside eyeing and having great conversation with people who I think are interesting, and I'm here at the recording company bring the radio voice as always on this episode. I'm feeling good about the seats that black people and minority. Progressives won in the midterm elections. I'm ranting about the people who continue to hustle backwards by voting against their interests and spotlighting higher heights organizations that are doing incredible work. My guest on this show is clear psalm IRS of the fashion bomb daily. So let's jump into it. Yosso this week. I'm feeling good about the seats that black folks minority progressives one during this really important midterm elections where we will all biting our nails for the first time ever there. One hundred there over one hundred women with seats in the US house of representatives and a lot of people of color one. Right. So Letitia James. She is now the first black woman who's elected New York state, attorney general Colin Allred won the house seat and unseated an incumbent. He is an ex NFL player and HUD official and Tonio Gado is a Rhodes scholar who focus on universal universal healthcare and emphasize his working class upbringing. He unseated the incumbent in York Rashida to leave and Ilhan, Omar the first Muslim women to be lifted to the US congress your ratios in Michigan Ilhan is minute mini mini. Minnesota. She's also the first Cemalli American elected to congress. We have to HANA Hayes who's a first black woman to be lifted to congress from Connecticut Yana Presley, first black woman to be let's congress from Massachusetts, Alexandra, oh, Cortez is the youngest woman every let's to congress. The first native American women. Let's congress are also here should we David's who's an openly gay native American she defeated Republican combat and flipped the red seat blue. Okay. That is amazing. Deb Jalan replaces a democratic rep shell Luhan Grisham in New Mexico. Lauren Underwood thirty two year old registered nurse unseated. Afford term Republican congressman illinois's fourteenth congressional district. She is a democrat Naperville who was never before been elected to public office, this this huge. Okay. And then y'all this auntie, Maxine. Water's easily won reelection. And she said to take over the house economic oversight committee y'all I need her to come for all of Trump's tax returns. And as of today, which is November seventh at four PM. Stacey Abrams still has not yet conceded that she's lost the governor race in Georgia. That is because it is so close that it might end up being a runoff election. I'm hoping that by the time. You're listening to this podcast that we've r- the runoff election is official and that they see Abrams is governor of Georgia because to be quite honest. If she loses Georgia, it's not because she didn't want a great campaign is because she was cheated. It's because Brian Kemp stole seats. So honestly, Stacey for me is a winner. And even if she does not end up being governor, I'm looking forward to her running this country running something major. So this is not going to be the end for her. Again, the fact that she did not lose in spite of the fact that this guy has been the voter suppression, the efforts that have been thrown at her the fact that the president of the United States has said all this dog whistle about her y'all. I'm feeling good about it. Honestly. So there's a lot of things to celebrate. And also nineteen black women one their judgeships in a Texas county Harris County that huge we are. There's things to feel good about their some wins. We didn't win, you know, Florida because Florida Andrew gillum lost by a very small margin and Biddle aerobic in Texas lost by very small margin. Also, I wish we'd have won that dot have been mazing feel. I wish we could say Stacey Abrams clean and clear is governor of Georgia. But there are things that we walked away with also the fact that Democrats now controlled the house, that's huge. It is one it makes it down much harder for Chitose Satan to be ridiculous..

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"deb jalan" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"deb jalan" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"And one of the first mostly women elected to congress. Michigan's when she. It's alot more than also noting that in Michigan Rashida Toledo won her race as well. In New Mexico last night, democrat, Deb Jalan became the first or one of the first I should say native American women elected to congress today, we all came together. And we said we still believe in the American dream in American democracy. And in hope, we still believe America stronger, when we work together, we believe diversity and representation make us great. That's New Mexico's Deb how in last night. The other native American woman to win last night was Democrats cherise David's in kansas's third district. So we're brecca tracer. I mean reflect with me on how significant this is you you were talking about that a second ago. But I think we should explore more. How for a longtime Democrats have relied even curried favor with women of color in terms of voters, but didn't necessarily make room for them in the party. In terms of actual politicians or representatives. Are you? Are you seeing that changing now? Well, it should be changing. I think it was the women in the candidates themselves who insisted that it was changing this time. I don't know that the Democratic Party infrastructure that the Democratic Party establishment was particularly keen on a lot of these candidates when they started running a lot of these women weren't taken seriously. You look at somebody like Lauren Underwood in Illinois. She ran in her primary against six white men. She's an African American nurse. I believe she's thirty to a lot of these women are also young we should talk about that. That means that they are the potential future of this party. But Laura and Underwood was certainly an underdog in her Illinois house primary race, and she wound up winning against six white men. And then last night, she won Jerez. In Illinois for a house district, Lucy MC bath. Now her her race in Georgia's sixth district is as as my knowledge at this moment still undecided, but she's in the lead by a few hundred votes. She was not somebody that the party took particularly seriously. She won her primary, and then was in was in a runoff and won her primary. So I don't know that this is indicative right now of the party having newly invested in them. I think it's indicative of the women insisting that they were going to lead the party forward in the aftermath of that two thousand sixteen election, and I hope that the party infrastructure is paying attention and looking to these women for leadership because I believe that they are the future of the party that they must be the future of the party. All right. Well, you mentioned Lauren Underwood. We have some tape from her last night. She unseated four term Republican congressman Randy Holt grin, making her the first woman of color to represent the district her district now just outside of Chicago tonight, November six twenty eighteen I. Stand before you as this communities first congresswoman elect. If that's not standing on the shoulders of giants. I don't know what is together on this night. We made history. History Underwood I should know is a registered nurse and was previously. A senior adviser in the department of health and human services under the Obama administration. And interestingly back in March, I'm seeing here she told A L dot com. She said, I'm thirty one year old black woman. I am doubted in eight of the ten conversations I have. But here's what she says. She's lured you can see it on people's faces if you exceed their expectations, something switches, and they start to respect you. But what that means for her and her team is she has to be excellent every day at everything she does because she's being underestimated and counted out, and she says we need to exceed expectations at all time that all times. That's Lauren Underwood who won her congressional race last night. Will I want to welcome into the conversation on that note, Simone Sanders? He's joining us from Washington. She's a democratic strategist and CNN contributor, Simone Sanders. Welcome to point. Hi. How are you? I'm doing. Well. So so we were just talking about Lauren Underwood and several other women who. One yesterday in will later in the hour. We'll talk about Republican women who won. But tell me about what you see in these female victories for the the future of the Democratic Party. That women led the Democrats victory in the house of representatives, and frankly in governorships and in state legislative races across the country..

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"deb jalan" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"deb jalan" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Today i'm michael toscano from your breaking news station i'm pat alan to fail fatal shootings in two days in albuquerque in both took place in the valley area officer simon robie tells us police were sent to an apartment complex near indian school and i forty last night and found one person dead from gunshot wound he tells us they did detain three people for questioning also sent this case to the da's office three individuals not in charge there haven't been released but that could change pending da then another person was found dead this morning after officers were central location on cdrom northwest drawbacks says they're treating this as a homicide because it appears there was foul play apd has no suspect so far michelle luhan grisham is the democratic winner to run for governor this fall she wants sixty six percent of the vote in tuesday's primary election beating businessman jeff apodaca in las cruces lawyer joseph dante's in the first congressional district race deb jalan is the democratic candidate for the general election winning forty one percent of the vote ahead of former law professor antoinette's video lopez and former us attorney david martinez one of the most closely watched races tuesday's primary was for the democratic first district congressional nomination and it was a big win for former party chairwoman deb helen unm political science professor atkinson says the margin of victory was a surprise given a recent poll that had jalan trailing david martinez drying support for her in the end so the you know the poll sort of slanted our our perspective on that and so it was much higher than we expected given the poll numbers we saw in the governor's race i says it may be an uphill battle for republican steve pearce but he was unopposed in the primary while democrat michelle luhan grisham took some big hits from her opponents the park fire in colfax county isn't spreading as fast as it was a few days ago the fires burn just under thirty seven thousand acres between eagle lake and cimarron and is now thirty percent contained because remains under investigation hot dry weather is in the forecast for the rest of the week in that area making conditions difficult for those firefighters coming up in one minute parking some federal money newsradio.

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