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"disney whitney" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:40 min | 9 months ago

"disney whitney" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Justice and drew here on Twin cities news talking 11 31 of 35, and we have 5 90 0 to share an eight o'clock. It's not anything you haven't heard before. But I've finally reached the conclusion that this is actually a really big problem keeps Saying this over and over early, everything twice. What's her twice a week? Eddie like anybody in a position of power. Any position of power, then said that You need to be like, um Chloe would raise some curiosity will take a bit little tight. Even our White House Press corps is the most uncurious group of people you could ever imagine. Disney quietly removes their a critical race theory. Anti racism training from website after insider leaks, documents to a reporter. This same reporter uncovered this 97 item print Woods checklist that will run through a few of the items on From the yw 97 for the white. Okay. Okay, Well, I don't want to be here. I got a 92nd bike ride plan later today because the weather is going to be so nice. So we may have to just go through a few probably didn't let's go to the phones and talk with stand in Wyoming. Welcome to justice and drew in Twin cities. News Talk. What's on your mind? Yeah, just so white. People know there's a lot of teachers that will not teach critical race theory. Good. Um, there's there's people want to make it sound like it's something that everybody is gonna just jump on board with. There's a lot of decent teachers out there that are young, because I know him. Our young under 30 years old that get it and will not teach it believing went over something like that. That's unfortunately we're gonna have to stand open. Unfortunately for in a lot of those instances, they're gonna have to quit. And And that's where that's where the rubber is really going to meet the road is because these are you know these these courses these sessions that teachers go through in a lot of instances in a lot of district. It is mandatory. They don't You don't have a choice. If you want to be there. You want to have a job there. You want to teach these kids you have to go through this critical race theory training. You may have to go prove the training, but you do not have to teach it in your classroom. They're pretty much and defendant in that five. And the fact is, is that you just have to get the teachers on board with The parents in the school and you will have any problem full board. That's why we're trying to keep everything from becoming federalized. And if you federalized education and you federalized, believe sport, that's where they're trying to go on. If you just recognize the big picture, focusing on all the other little things much I understand what the big picture and the big goal is on their part. You just pushed back on it and keep him down. And don't be afraid to speak up. Our friend of a friend of the show. Josh from the from the Vaping Studio called in last week and was talking about this and mentioned that he was going to be running for the school board, and I hope that that's something that a lot of people consider doing is well, because that's an area that you really can impact change. You get some organization. You get some people behind you get together. Start taking some of these school board seats away from these these weak willed, you know, no spy and having The liberals that that want to just jump on whatever. Whatever this social justice mob is upset about on any given day. You got to push back against these things and seats on school boards can make a big big difference. And those are areas where, like I said, You know these air small elections. You can win those elections and you can make those kind of changes and you gotta ask questions. And you gotta and when, when? When somebody just wants to like that, like that school board member in Oklahoma was well, that's just They're just trying to cover for their white fragility. It's like, OK, you could make that you could love that accusation. That's cool. Whatever. Because you know that's what you want to do. But tell us, please. How is this indoctrination? Okay. How how is teaching these things? And how is telling these students that they are oppressors? Just because of their skin color? Explain that to me because again once you begin to have a conversation? About what? Actually critical race theory teaches beyond sort of the labels of what you just you don't want to cause you're white or you don't want to cause you're racist. Okay, Look, you can think that all you want, but tell me what it is about this and why this is okay. I guarantee you they're arguments are going to fall apart because they do not have any They don't like it. You want to. You want to not be taken seriously use the phrase white fragility. Just just say those two words back to back, and that's a That's A. That's a big giant red flag that I no longer have to consider you a serious person, nor listen to anything you have to say. So real quick from here, this Disney insider leaks, training documents to a journalist, Christopher Roof, reviewing the corporate the corporation and what it expects of their employees taking ownership of educating themselves about structural, anti black racism. Program was titled Reimagine Tomorrow. It expressly expressly discouraged by the program are the use of phrases like all lives matter, and I don't see color. You can't it again. Isn't it interesting that like two phrases? That do push back against the idea. What critical race theory teaches right And they are very good arguments of to vory all lives matter. And I don't see color on if you can't say those because those are arguments against what is we're teaching, and it actually makes kind of sense. So you can't you can't go and say those Um, Disney, Whitney responded, this cracks me up. Acceptance and tolerance and celebration of people's differences. This is something that they write that they they promote, as we have consistently demonstrated in such popular films as marijuana. Coco Black Panther, Soul and riot and the last Dragon. E s So happy. Yeah, look at the movies we made. The guys had a bunch of movies. People like him. That's the equivalent of being like I'm friends with lots of black people. It's really the Disney version of that. Apparently Disney did end up going. And shortly after that ridiculous defense, they did go and take down, apparently at least made it made it no longer viewable to the public. The anti racism trading. Yeah, it's probably still happening, though things same reporter this Christopher Roof. Oh, he discovered this a checklist. This is again Manhattan Institute's Chris Roof. Oh, was part of the exposing of the of the Disney issue we talked about..

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"disney whitney" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"disney whitney" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We've created this image for yourself of being the hero and now it's really been important to live up to it. The making of a domestic terrorist on the next reveal Tonight at eight on 93.9 FM w N. Y C. This'd w N. Y c 93.9 FM and HT New York. This is all of it. W N Y C. I'm Alison Stewart. We're celebrating the life and legacy of Dr Martin Luther King Jr coming up how to raise an anti racist child. Listen to Matt Katz. His conversation with Dr 90 Massie Watson, the vice chancellor of diversity, inclusion and civic engagement at Rutgers University, Camden, They talk about kids race and living an anti racist life. And later we'll get a round up of the best music inspired by protests for racial justice For today's reviews, previews, veteran music journalists and NPR music critic and correspondent and powers joins US. We will get to all of it. I'm Alison Stewart and I will meet you on the other side of the news. Live from NPR News. I'm nor Rahm, the nation's capital, remains on high alert for potential threats of violence ahead of Wednesday's inauguration. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. Security is at unprecedented levels following the deadly insurrection at the U. S Capitol by pro Trump writers Nearly two weeks ago, federal authorities continue to tighten security in and around the nation's capital, expanding road closures and restricting traffic in the downtown area. The FBI continues to that members of the National Guard amid fears of potential violence ahead of the inauguration. Up to 25,000 troops are expected to be stationed throughout the city, including the areas around the U. S Capitol building by Wednesday, Windsor Johnston reporting. President Trump signed an order Monday toe lift the restrictions on travelers from Brazil, Ireland and the United Kingdom imposed in response to the pandemic. But a spokeswoman for President elect Biden says the restrictions will be promptly reimposed when he takes office. President Trump is issued an executive order to move ahead with plans to establish a national garden of American heroes. As NPR's barbers front reports, the venture will almost certainly not take root. President Trump's Order builds on another executive order he signed in July, laying out a vision for a garden to depict quote historically significant Americans. With the target date for public access of 2026. It does not list a location for the park. His vision includes memorialize Ng 244 Americans as statues in the garden. The list is wide ranging. It features politicians, musicians, artists, astronauts, movie stars, philosophers, athletes and other historical figures. It includes Walt Disney, Whitney Houston, Frederick Douglass, Ronald Reagan and Christopher Columbus. But with less than two days left in Trump's terms, it's highly unlikely the garden will be realized by him or by President elect Biden. Barbara Spread NPR news Well, environmental activists welcome The news. Biden may cancel construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. The Canadian government is concerned Dan Carbon Chuck reports in a statement. The government says Keystone XL will bring benefits to both Canada and the U. S. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has long supported the project that would carry more than 800,000 barrels of oil a day from Alberta to Gulf Coast refineries. In his congratulatory phone call to Biden, Trudeau raised concerns about the possible cancelation of the pipeline. Canadian Ambassador Kristen Hileman says the project will adhere to one of the strongest environmental and climate policy frameworks in the world and strengthen the Canada U. S energy relationship. Opposition leader Aaron O'Toole says killing the pipeline would place Canada's oil sector and tens of thousands of Canadian job's in jeopardy for NPR news. I'm Dan Carp in shock in Toronto. You're listening to NPR news. The Senate Finance Committee is scheduled to hold a confirmation hearing Tuesday for Janet Yellen, President elect Biden's choice to head the Treasury Department in prepared testimony, yelling urges Congress to do more to fight the pandemic induced recession. That with interest rates at historic lows, Congress should spend more to jump start the economy and increase vaccinations. The University of Tennessee has fired his football coach Jeremy Pruitt and nine other members of the volunteer staff after an internal investigation found serious violations of NC double a rules. Emily Siner reports from member station WPL in Chancellor Dondi Plamen says her office received a tip in November that alleged recruiting violations. The NC double A is now investigating as well. Details have not yet been released Plum and says she regrets the disruption that the mass firing will cause for student athletes who weren't involved with the problems. This is not what any of us want for our football program or for our university. It is so disturbing, as demonstrated by the scope of his employment actions we're announcing today is the number of violations and the number of people involved you tease. Athletic director is also leaving so the chancellor says he had no part in the violations. For NPR NEWS. I'm Emily Siner in college basketball. The 12 Big 12 Conference says Texas Christian University is postponing its next two games because of covert 19 protocols. He say You had been scheduled to host Texas Tech on Wednesday and Texas on Saturday. The big 12 says, will work to reschedule the games..

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"disney whitney" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"disney whitney" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Explore how to engage Children about what's happening in America in 2021, the racialized world around them, join us. Live from NPR News. I'm nor Rahm, the nation's capital, remains on high alert for potential threats of violence. Ahead of Wednesday's inauguration. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports security is at unprecedented levels following the deadly insurrection at the U. S Capitol by pro Trump rioters nearly two weeks ago. Federal authorities continue to tighten security in and around the nation's capital, expanding road closures and restricting traffic in the downtown area. The FBI continues to that members of the National Guard amid fears of potential violence ahead of the inauguration. Up to 25,000 troops are expected to be stationed throughout the city, including the areas around the U. S Capitol building by Wednesday, Windsor Johnston reporting. President Trump signed an order Monday toe lift the restrictions on travelers from Brazil, Ireland and the United Kingdom imposed in response to the pandemic. But a spokeswoman for President elect Biden Says the restrictions will be promptly reimposed when he takes office. President Trump has issued an executive order to move ahead with plans to establish a national garden of American heroes. As NPR's barbers front reports, the venture will almost certainly not take root. President Trump's Order builds on another executive order he signed in July, laying out a vision for a garden to depict quote historically significant Americans. With the target date for public access of 2026. It does not list a location for the park. His vision includes memorialize Ng 244 Americans as statues in the garden. The list is wide ranging. It features politicians, musicians, artists, astronauts, movie stars, philosophers, athletes and other historical figures. It includes Walt Disney, Whitney Houston, Frederick Douglass, Ronald Reagan and Christopher Columbus. But with less than two days left in Trump's terms, it's highly unlikely the garden will be realized by him or by President elect Biden. Barbara Spread NPR news. While environmental activists welcome the news, Biden may cancel construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. The Canadian government is concerned, then carbon chuck reports in a statement. The government says Keystone XL will bring benefits to both Canada and the U. S. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has long supported the project that would carry more than 800,000 barrels of oil a day from Alberta to Gulf Coast refineries. In his congratulatory phone call to Biden, Trudeau raised concerns about the possible cancelation of the pipeline. Canadian Ambassador Kristen Hileman says the project will adhere to one of the strongest environmental and climate policy frameworks in the world and strengthen the Canada U. S energy relationship. Opposition leader Aaron O'Toole says killing the pipeline would place Canada's oil sector and tens of thousands of Canadian job's in jeopardy for NPR news on Dan Carp in Chuck in Toronto. You're listening to NPR news. The Senate Finance Committee is scheduled to hold a confirmation hearing Tuesday for Janet Yellen, President elect Biden's choice to head the Treasury Department in prepared testimony, yelling urges Congress to do more to fight the pandemic induced recession. That with interest rates at historic lows, Congress should spend more to jump start the economy and increase vaccinations. The University of Tennessee has fired his football coach Jeremy Pruitt and nine other members of the volunteer staff after an internal investigation found serious violations of NC double rules. Emily Siner reports from member station W. PLN Chancellor Dondi Plamen says her office received a tip in November that alleged recruiting violations. NC Double A is now investigating as well. Details have not yet been released Plum and says she regrets the disruption that the mass firing will cause for student athletes who weren't involved with the problems. This is not what any of us want for our football program or for our university. It is so disturbing, as demonstrated by the scope of his employment actions we're announcing today is the number of violations and the number of people involved you tease. Athletic director is also leaving. The chancellor says he had no part in the violations. For NPR NEWS. I'm Emily Siner in college basketball. The 12 Big 12 Conference says Texas Christian University is postponing its next two games because of Cove in 19 protocols. He say You had been scheduled to host Texas Tech on Wednesday and Texas on Saturday. The big 12 says, will work to reschedule the Games. I'm nor.

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"disney whitney" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"disney whitney" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Pollock on Claire MacDonald. Hello. The Mexican president urges the U. S to reform its immigration policy as thousands of migrants are blocked by police in Guatemala in their attempt, Talk thousands of miles to reach America. Milan bans smoking outdoors and if you do light up, you have to be at least 10 M. Away from the next person. How do you police that That the world's largest comic is a facing a potentially crippling shortage of semi conductors that coming up in the business news on one of Greece's most decorated female athletes, says She was sexually assaulted at a young age by one stop sports official. The official denies the charge but stands down from his position on Belarus won't be co hosting this year's world Ice Hockey Championships. The sport's governing body says sponsors threatened to withdraw following protests against last year's disputed election. Live from NPR News. I'm nor Rahm, the nation's capital, remains on high alert for potential threats of violence ahead of Wednesday's inauguration. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. Security is at unprecedented levels following the deadly insurrection at the U. S Capitol by pro Trump writers Nearly two weeks ago, federal authorities continue to tighten security in and around the nation's capital, expanding road closures and restricting traffic in the downtown area. The FBI continues to that members of the National Guard amid fears of potential violence ahead of the inauguration. Up to 25,000 troops are expected to be stationed throughout the city, including the areas around the U. S Capitol building by Wednesday, Windsor Johnston reporting. President Trump signed an order Monday toe lift the restrictions on travelers from Brazil, Ireland and the United Kingdom imposed in response to the pandemic. But a spokeswoman for President elect Biden Says the restrictions will be promptly reimposed when he takes office. President Trump has issued an executive order to move ahead with plans to establish a national garden of American heroes. As NPR's barbers front reports, the venture will almost certainly not take root. President Trump's Order builds on another executive order he signed in July, laying out a vision for a garden to depict quote historically significant Americans with the target date for public access of 2026. It does not list a location for the park. His vision includes memorialize ng 244 Americans as statues in the Garden. The list is wide ranging. It features politicians, musicians, artists, astronauts, movie stars, philosophers, athletes and other historical figures. It includes Walt Disney, Whitney Houston, Frederick Douglass, Ronald Reagan and Christopher Columbus. But with less than two days left in Trump's terms, it's highly unlikely the garden will be realized by him or by President elect Biden. Barbarous friend. NPR news Well, environmental activists welcome the news. Biden may cancel construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. The Canadian government is concerned. In carpet, Chuck reports in a statement. The government says Keystone XL will bring benefits to both Canada and the U. S. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has long supported the project that would carry more than 800,000 barrels of oil a day from Alberta to Gulf Coast refineries. In his congratulatory phone call to Biden, Trudeau raised concerns about the possible cancelation of the pipeline. Canadian Ambassador Kristen Hileman says the project will adhere to one of the strongest environmental and climate policy frameworks in the world and strengthen the Canada U. S energy relationship. Opposition leader Aaron O'Toole says killing the pipeline would place Canada's oil sector and tens of thousands of Canadian job's in jeopardy for NPR news. I'm Dan Carp in Chuck in Toronto. You're listening to NPR news. The Senate Finance Committee is scheduled to hold a confirmation hearing Tuesday.

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"disney whitney" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"disney whitney" Discussed on KCRW

"Will manage the hell out of this operation. The campaign by the FBI to discredit Dr Martin Luther King Jr. A new documentary reveals the lengths J. Edgar Hoover went to ruin MLK. The Senate is back tomorrow. Ready to try President Trump for Insurrection will find out what's going to happen this week, and we will have some new music for you. Chosen by case totally DJ Jose Calvin she actually described. It also is music to dance and cry ugly, too. So it's like emotional electronic music. Happy MLK Day. The news is next. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. The nation's capital remains on high alert amid potential threats of violence ahead of the inauguration. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports securities at unprecedented levels from the deadly insurrection of the U. S capitol by pro Trump loyalist nearly two weeks ago. Federal authorities continue to tighten security in and around the nation's capital, expanding road closures and restricting traffic in the downtown area. The FBI continues to that members of the National Guard amid fears of potential violence ahead of the inauguration. Up to 25,000 troops are expected to be stationed throughout the city, including the areas around the U. S Capitol building by Wednesday. NPR's Windsor Johnston, FBI officials now say there hunting for a woman who they believe may have taken a laptop from the office of Speaker Nancy Pelosi during the siege of the capital, the FBI an arrest warrant charging the woman identified his Riley June Williams with illegally entering the U. S capitol and disorderly conduct. FBI officials said. Caller claiming to be a former romantic partner of Williams said friends showed him a video for taking the laptop drive from Pelosi's. Learned his prime ear, says he is deeply concerned by reports that President Biden plans to block the Keystone XL pipeline. NPR's Jeff Brady reports. Premier Jason Kinney says the Canadian province may pursue legal action. Alberta government invested a billion and a half dollars in the pipeline last year and agreed to six billion in loan guarantees this year. The pipeline is important to the province because it would transport oil sands crude down to the Gulf Coast. Where could be sold on the world market for higher prices, But that crude has a bigger carbon footprint than just about any other kind of oil. It requires more processing. Joe Biden will enter office with an ambitious climate plan, and he's vowed to block the pipeline. Premier Kenny says in a statement that Alberta will quote use all legal avenues available to protect its interest in the project. Jeff Brady. NPR NEWS president, Trump has issued an executive order move ahead with plans to establish a national guard of American heroes. Here's NPR's Barbara Sprung President. Trump's Order builds on another executive order he signed in July. Laying out a vision for a garden to depict quote historically significant Americans with the target date for public access of 2026. It does not list a location for the park. His vision includes memorialize ng 244 Americans as statues in the Garden. The list is wide ranging. It features politicians, musicians, artists, astronauts, movie stars, philosophers, athletes and other historical figures. It includes Walt Disney, Whitney Houston, Frederick Douglass, Ronald Reagan and Christopher Columbus. But with less than two days left in Trump's terms, it's highly unlikely the garden will be realized by him or by President elect Biden. Barbarous friend. NPR news. This is NPR. And at 704 on a Monday, January 18th is his KCRW. I'm leery Perella. Here's what's happening. Researchers say they've identified a new variant of the coronavirus in a dozen California counties, including Los Angeles. This is different. In the U. K Street that's been found to spread more rapidly and has also been detected in the state. Researchers say. They still don't know how much about this new variant. They're working to determine whether it's more infectious or could impact vaccination efforts here. Santa Clara County health officer Dr Sarah Cody but to really understand Whether these outbreaks are behaving as they are because of the virus or because of some other conditions We don't know. Over the weekend, the state surpassed more than three million Corona virus cases, the most in the country. About a million of those cases are in L. A county. Powerful Santa Ana winds expected to land on the South Land starting tonight have forced the newly opened Disneyland cope in 19 vaccines. Super psyched to close Tomorrow. The Orange County health care agency cites the National Weather Service is high wind warnings. The reason for the shutdown. People who had appointments to receive vaccinations at the site tomorrow will be notified of rescheduled times. Ah, large portion of so Cal is under red flag warnings due to critical fire danger brought on by the high winds. Dry vegetation and low humidity. That warning is in effect starting tonight. It goes into Wednesday morning. Vice President elect Kamila Harris resigned her Senate seat this morning cap radio said Fletcher has more Harrises move clears the way for several first California Secretary state Alex Padilla will soon take Harris a seat, becoming the first Latino to represent the state in the U. S. Senate Assemblywoman Shirley Weber has been named to fill Padilla seat. If confirmed, she'll be the state's first African American chief elections. Official. Harris will be sworn in Wednesday, becoming the first woman first person of color and first person of Asian descent to serve as vice president. California Governor Gavin Newsom, who made the naming of Padilla and Weber, official Monday said it was notable that these historic appointment come as Americans celebrate the legacy of Dr Martin Luther King Jr. That's Capt. Radio's Ed Fletcher reporting. San Diego has a new mayor Todd Gloria, The Democrat is the first openly gay person and person of color to lead the ones conservative area with 1.5 million residents. San Diego is the second biggest city in California and the eighth biggest in the country. Gloria says it should embrace a more progressive and multi cultural identity. My election is about having San Diego act accordingly. Part of that is in blazing now majority of our population who are people of color who have never Had the opportunity to sit behind the desk and the mayor's office and to lead the city. And the self lance celebrated of Martin Luther King Jr Day Like No other Today, the life and dreams of the civil rights leader were mostly honored virtually this year due to the pandemic that includes a typically bustling Kingdom Day parade. Same with the California African American Museums Events, which held a performance by the Inner city Youth Orchestra of L. A. And Long Beach. The virtual celebration included music, art and discussions about King in the fight for racial justice. Here's local bishop Tod Urban from Church, one ministries speaking at the event injustice Anywhere. Is a threat to justice everywhere. We must stand. On the dream. The shoulders of this great man. One event that was held in the Real World, a car caravan hosted by Martin Luther King Coalition of Greater L. A service, not sweeps and the L. A Community Action network..

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"disney whitney" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"disney whitney" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You're listening to queue with Tom power. There is no other way to put it. Morgan Wallen is a modern country superstar hit song. Whiskey glasses launched him into that orbit, and Morgan will tell you there's no way to prepare for fame like that. His new record looks the messy side of success. He'll tell you about striving to be more than just a headline. Plus when the Army artist Savannah Ray was just about done, making her first eep she needed one last finishing touch a song that made her truly uncomfortable. Later in the show, Savannah Ray on where she went to find the discomfort that she needed and how she and her fellow Canadians are changing the sound of RMB forever. All that and so much more coming up on cue. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. The nation's capital remains on high alert amid potential threats of violence ahead of the inauguration. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports securities at unprecedented levels from the deadly insurrection of the U. S capitol by pro Trump loyalist nearly two weeks ago. Federal authorities continue to tighten security in and around the nation's capital, expanding road closures and restricting traffic in the downtown area. The FBI continues to that members of the National Guard amid fears of potential violence ahead of the inauguration. Up to 25,000 troops are expected to be stationed throughout the city, including the areas around the U. S Capitol building by Wednesday. NPR's Windsor Johnston, FBI officials now say there hunting for a woman who they believe may have taken a laptop from the office of Speaker Nancy Pelosi during the siege of the capital, the FBI an arrest warrant charging the woman identified as Riley, June Williams with illegally entering the U. S capitol and disorderly conduct. FBI officials said. Collar claiming to be a former romantic partner of Williams said friends showed him a video for taking the laptop drive from Pelosi's. Learned his prime ear, says he is deeply concerned by reports that President Biden plans to block the Keystone XL pipeline. NPR's Jeff Brady reports. Premier Jason Kinney says the Canadian province may pursue legal action. Alberta government invested a billion and a half dollars in the pipeline last year and agreed to six billion in loan guarantees this year. The pipeline is important to the province because it would transport oil sands crude down to the Gulf Coast. Where could be sold on the world market for higher prices, But that crude has a bigger carbon footprint than just about any other kind of oil. It requires more processing. Joe Biden will inter office with an ambitious climate plan, and he's vowed to block the pipeline. Premier Kenny says in a statement that Alberta will quote use all legal avenues available to protect its interest in the project. Jeff Brady. NPR NEWS president, Trump has issued an executive order move ahead with plans to establish a national guard of American heroes. Here's NPR's Barbara Sprung President. Trump's Order builds on another executive order he signed in July. Laying out a vision for a garden to depict quote historically significant Americans with the target date for public access of 2026. It does not list a location for the park. His vision includes memorialize ng 244 Americans as statues in the Garden. The list is wide ranging. It features politicians, musicians, artists, astronauts, movie stars, philosophers, athletes and other historical figures. It includes Walt Disney, Whitney Houston, Frederick Douglass, Ronald Reagan and Christopher Columbus. But with less than two days left in Trump's terms, it's highly unlikely the garden will be realized by him or by President elect Biden. Fibrous friend. NPR NEWS. This is NPR. This is W. N. Y. C in New York. Good evening on my own. Levinson Governor Cuomo was calling on the federal government to ban travel from countries that have new strains of the coronavirus Karen DeWitt reports from Albany. Cuomo says The good news is that the post holiday surge of the virus appears to be leveling off. The bad news, though a true second wave of the virus could peek in the U. S and March has mutated forms of covert 19 have surfaced in the UK, Brazil and South Africa and are spreading to other countries. That's what we are afraid we're seeing now. A new strain, which could cause a second wave. The UK strain has been found in New York. But Cuomo says there's no evidence yet that the Brazilian our South African strains have reached the state. Activists in New York want the city's child welfare agency to be abolished because it unfairly targets black and brown families. A rally was held today in East Harlem to observe the Martin Luther King. Holiday organizer Joyce McMillan says the administration for Children's Services is more like the police than a social Service agency and the foster care system is a failure. How was that protecting a child when they're more likely to drop out of high school more likely to be teenage parents more likely to be drug addicted more likely to develop, they lived to illness. More likely to be homeless. Where's the protection? McQuillan says black families have their Children taken away and disproportionate numbers over issues that do not involve child abuse or neglect. Partly cloudy skies Tonight with love around 32 mostly sunny for tomorrow, with a high near 40 to 39 degrees, This is W N Y C a 10 06..

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"disney whitney" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"disney whitney" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That Marine described as a classic search for identity story it involves a loose is racial identity. First news. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. The nation's capital remains on high alert amid potential threats of violence ahead of the inauguration. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports securities of unprecedented levels from the deadly insurrection of the U. S capitol by pro Trump loyalist nearly two weeks ago. Federal authorities continue to tighten security in and around the nation's capital, expanding road closures and restricting traffic in the downtown area. The FBI continues to vet members of the National Guard amid fears of potential violence ahead of the inauguration. Up to 25,000 troops are expected to be stationed throughout the city, including the areas around the U. S Capitol building by Wednesday. NPR's Windsor Johnston, FBI officials now say there hunting for a woman who they believe may have taken a laptop from the office of Speaker Nancy Pelosi during the siege of the capital, the FBI an arrest warrant charging the woman identified his Riley June Williams with illegally entering the U. S capitol and disorderly conduct. FBI officials said. Collar claiming to be a former romantic partner of Williams said friends showed him a video for taking the laptop drive from Pelosi's. Learned his premier says he is deeply concerned by reports that President Biden plans to block the Keystone XL pipeline. NPR's Jeff Brady reports. Premier Jason Kinney says the Canadian province may pursue legal action. Alberta government invested a billion and a half dollars in the pipeline last year and agreed to six billion in loan guarantees this year. The pipeline is important to the province because it would transport oil sands crude down to the Gulf Coast. Where could be sold on the world market for higher prices, But that crude has a bigger carbon footprint than just about any other kind of oil. It requires more processing. Joe Biden will enter office with an ambitious climate plan, and he's vowed to block the pipeline. Premier Kenny says in a statement that Alberta will quote use all legal avenues available to protect its interest in the project. Jeff Brady. NPR NEWS president, Trump has issued an executive order move ahead with plans to establish National Guard of American heroes. Here's NPR's Barbra's front president. Trump's Order builds on another executive order he signed in July. Laying out a vision for a garden to depict quote historically significant Americans with the target date for public access of 2026. It does not list a location for the park. His vision includes memorialize Ng 244 Americans as statues in the garden. The list is wide ranging. It features politicians, musicians, artists, astronauts, movie stars, philosophers, athletes and other historical figures. It includes Walt Disney, Whitney Houston, Frederick Douglass, Ronald Reagan and Christopher Columbus. But with less than two days left in Trump's terms, it's highly unlikely the garden will be realized by him or by President elect Biden, Barbara's friend. NPR NEWS. This is NPR. Live from KQED News. I'm Kate Wolf. California Laboratories are finding more cases of a variant strain of the Corona virus, which has been linked to several large outbreaks in Santa Clara County. It's not known yet whether this strain is more contagious, as is the case with another Corona virus mutation originally associated with the UK Contra Costa Health Office, County health officer Dr Chris Phone, Itano says the possibility of a more contagious form of covert in 18 makes it even more important to speed up vaccination. We're at the point now where we are moving every dose that were allocated Quickly into people's arms and two partners. You're then administering them, and in fact, we're asking the state for more vaccine because we have the capacity to deal with more vaccine. Vaccine supply. There's the limiting factor until more people can be vaccinated. The State Health Department says Californians must be vigilant about wearing masks and avoiding contact with people outside their immediate household. California hit a grim milestone over the weekend over 300 health care workers in the state have died from Cove in 19. Jean Ross is the president of national nurses United She says many of the same issues at the start of the pandemic still plague nurses today like a shortage of n 95 masks and other personal protective equipment. We are used to working with illness, even a novel virus like this one that's causing a band, Debbie. We know what we need to do, but we don't need to be fighting every shift every day for what we need in order to do our job. Ross hopes the incoming Biden administration will command a strong federal response to the pandemic and direct more resource is to healthcare workers, You know, blend I'm Kate Wolf KQED news. Support for NPR comes from the language foundation supporting justice, Equity and Opportunity for all people to foster and sustained safe and healthy communities Learn more at Lang laughed dot or g'kar. And by.

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"disney whitney" Discussed on KPCC

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04:46 min | 1 year ago

"disney whitney" Discussed on KPCC

"Who's who had to clean up the insurrections mass. We're making time for them and you comment on our Facebook page or tweet us at one egg. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. The nation's capital remains on high alert amid potential threats of violence ahead of the inauguration. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports securities at unprecedented levels from the deadly insurrection of the U. S capitol by pro Trump loyalist nearly two weeks ago. Federal authorities continue to tighten security in and around the nation's capital, expanding road closures and restricting traffic in the downtown area. The FBI continues to that members of the National Guard amid fears of potential violence ahead of the inauguration. Up to 25,000 troops are expected to be stationed throughout the city, including the areas around the U. S Capitol building by Wednesday. MPR's Windsor Johnston, FBI officials now say there hunting for a woman who they believe may have taken a laptop from the office of Speaker Nancy Pelosi during the siege of the capital, the FBI an arrest warrant charging the woman identified his Riley June Williams with illegally entering the U. S capitol and disorderly conduct. FBI officials said. Caller claiming to be a former romantic partner of Williams said friends showed him a video for taking the laptop drive from Pelosi's. Learned his prime Mir says he is deeply concerned by reports that President Biden plans to block the Keystone XL pipeline. NPR's Jeff Brady reports. Premier Jason Kinney says the Canadian province may pursue legal action. Alberta government invested a billion and a half dollars in the pipeline last year and agreed to six billion in loan guarantees this year. The pipeline is important to the province because it would transport oil sands crude down to the Gulf Coast. Where could be sold on the world market for higher prices, But that crude has a bigger carbon footprint than just about any other kind of oil. It requires more processing. Joe Biden will enter office with an ambitious climate plan, and he's vowed to block the pipeline. Premier Kenny says in a statement that Alberta will quote use all legal avenues available to protect its interest in the project. Jeff Brady. NPR NEWS president, Trump has issued an executive order move ahead with plans to establish a national guard of American heroes. Here's NPR's Barbara Sprung President. Trump's Order builds on another executive order he signed in July. Laying out a vision for a garden to depict quote historically significant Americans with the target date for public access of 2026. It does not list a location for the park. His vision includes memorialize ng 244 Americans as statues in the Garden. The list is wide ranging. It features politicians, musicians, artists, astronauts, movie stars, philosophers, athletes and other historical figures. It includes Walt Disney, Whitney Houston, Frederick Douglass, Ronald Reagan and Christopher Columbus. But with less than two days left in Trump's terms, it's highly unlikely the garden will be realized by him or by President elect Biden. Ever spread. NPR NEWS. This is NPR and from KPCC News. I'm Nick Roman. With the stories we're covering at 704, the LAPD says South Los Angeles is seeing its biggest spike in shootings and homicides in more than 10 years. KBC sees Libby tank men spoke with gang intervention workers or trying to stop the violence. The LAPD blames worsening gang conflicts and more guns on the street for fueling the uptick and shootings. Reynaldo Reeser is executive director of Reclaiming America's communities through Empowerment, he says typical strategies to defuse tensions like face to face peace talks. Youth sports programs and prayer vigils are impossible during the pandemic. Talking about Gang members and how to create peace and a lot of guys don't know how to use Zoom and you know, technology, City Council member Marquis Harris Dawson says. No one solution will turn things around. We're trying to get the community engaged so that folks can look out for when their disputes and look out for potential problems before they happen. That may mean working with the LAPD community based gang intervention specialists or faith leaders. And most of all neighbors helping neighbors. I'm Libby. Dank Hman L. A county will open five new Corona virus vaccination sites tomorrow, but they'll only give shots to healthcare workers. For now, the county says it has to finish that group first, before you can move to vaccinate Californians, 65 or older. Some counties have expanded vaccinations to that group. Orange County says it will close its large vaccination side of Disneyland tomorrow. But just for one day, the strong Santa Ana winds in the forecast are forcing this shut down..

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"disney whitney" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"disney whitney" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

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