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38 rescued, 11 dead as US searches waters near Puerto Rico
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Live updates: Top Greek diplomat aims to escort Mariupol aid
"Exhausted member you pull survivors have continued to arrive by train in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv one woman who yeah quite Scott who made it out of the blasted city with her husband and son who told the AP in one compartment there were ten or eleven people with others in the corridor but when you're going to safety it doesn't matter her hands shaking as she spoke the group she says I've been lucky to get out of the volunteers had found them in the besieged city quite Scott adds there's no connection with the world that we couldn't ask for help the people of our new poll don't have a chance to be heard they don't even have water that she wasn't aware of cases of people being taken into Russia from the city I'm Charles last month
AP News Radio
$6.6M awarded to Tree of Life synagogue, site of massacre
"The the state state of of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania has has awarded awarded six six point point six six million million dollars dollars for for the the redevelopment redevelopment of of Pittsburgh's Pittsburgh's tree tree of of life life synagogue synagogue it's it's where where a a gunman gunman killed killed eleven eleven people people in in twenty twenty eighteen eighteen and and the the nation's nation's deadliest deadliest attack attack on on Jews Jews the the defendant defendant in in the the synagogue synagogue massacre massacre awaits awaits trial trial prosecutors prosecutors are are seeking seeking a a death death sentence sentence for for forty forty eight eight year year old old Robert Robert Bowers Bowers who who has has pleaded pleaded not not guilty guilty the the funding funding comes comes from from the the state's state's redevelopment redevelopment assistance assistance capital capital program program tree tree of of life life was was one one of of sixteen sixteen community community redevelopment redevelopment projects projects to to receive receive a a grant grant from from the the program program the the governor's governor's administration administration says says the the funding funding will will help help transform transform the the side side of of the the worst worst anti anti semitic semitic attack attack in in U. U. S. S. history history into into a a new new place place of of hope hope remembrance remembrance and and education education I'm I'm Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Why You Should Get the COVID Booster Shot
"First of all changing recommendations for boosters lead to confusion for vaccinate and their doctors you think fetching mrs hewitt ni- got boosted on friday no side effects just additional protection from code. I put a note of that on twitter on friday poster today at the may two zero side effects be smart. Get the third shot. When you're eligible stay healthy and happy and cdc keep expanding eligibility eleven hundred. People felt obliged to like that two hundred thirty people felt obliged to comment on it. One hundred eleven people re tweeted with or without common. I'm astonished that that's newsy. I just thought it was kind of fun that i was eligible. The last time the vaccine came up on the wrong side of sixty five nine sixty five. So i get the booster on the first day and a bunch of people told me i was risking my life and part of conspiracy. Look you can be crazy. All you want on the conspiracy stop. The butchers are good science by phd. Toxicologist brother urged me to get it. First day possible. I did urge you to go out and get it first day. If you've got an underlying condition your under sixty five going to see the pharmacist. Tell them of got asthma. And i want my booster. And they'll give here. It's a pfizer booster. You can't get them during a booster yet. Because the fda still screwed up the cdc screwed up go get boosted go get vaccinated
Sowing Seeds of Solidarity, After the Tree of Life Synagogue Killings
"On the twenty seventh of october twenty eighteen. A gunman shouted eleven people and wounded six at the tree of life synagogue in pittsburgh in the us state of pennsylvania. The youngest victim was sixty nine. The oldest rose monning was ninety-seven all of those who died. Were members of the synagogue's congregation. This was the deadliest attack ever on the jewish community in the united states and took place the time of rising antisemitism as well as increasing levels of hate crimes against other groups including african americans and muslims in the us four days off the shootings the secretary general of the united nations antonio cherish honored the victims. At new york's park east synagogue. He denounced the mass shooting as a horrendous act. And as you just heard noted that antisemitism is the oldest form of hatred to have endured in human history. There's a big jewish population score hall. So is easy for me to stay really close to my jewish roots. I went to jewish preschool. Jewish elementary school. I spent my summer is a jewish summer camps. Why on the swim team. Kenny werner is a high school student in the squirrel hill neighborhood of pittsburgh the shooting the tree of life. Synagogue was a home away from home for her and her family. By the time. I was six or seven years old. I'd be able to run around that synagogue tree of life in just do what i wanted. We felt safe. One of katie's relatives was among those killed at the synagogue. Although she wasn't in the line of fire on the day of the shooting her mother malla says that the family has struggled to come to terms with the attacks. I think if tree of life and what happened there daily still. It's part of my everyday existence. Part of the fiber of who. I am and who my family is. My children have all been scarred to different degrees knowing people that were there knowing where certain people were standing at the time that they were likely murdered.
AP News Radio
Biden to Survey NY and NJ Storm Damage After Deadly Flooding
"President Biden will tour flood damage today in the northeast where hurricane items remnants killed at least fifty people as he did in Louisiana last week the president will use today's visit to New York in New Jersey to push his infrastructure plans saying the nation needs to invest more to withstand a powerful storms to calm we got to not just build back to what it was to disable pulls up we got a bill back better fuel bills at the New Jersey town of Mansfield which is nearly always hard hit by major storms and then go to queens where eleven people died Sager made Donnie Washington
AP News Radio
At least 11 dead as van carrying migrants crashes in Texas
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting at least eleven people are dead after a van carrying migrants crashes in Texas a van packed with about twenty five migrants crashed Wednesday in South Texas on U. S. two eighty one killing at least eleven people including the driver according to authorities Brooks county sheriff for Beano Martinez says the van designed to hold fifteen passengers was speeding and top heavy when the driver lost control on a curve and the vehicle tipped over Martinez said the van was not being pursued Martinez said he believed all the passengers were migrants sergeant Nathan Brandley of the Texas department of public safety said more than a dozen people were injured hi Mike Rossio
AP News Radio
Oxfam: 11 People Die Of Hunger Each Minute Around the Globe
"In a report titled the hunger virus multiplies Oxfam says the death toll from famine outpaces that of covert nineteen which kills around seven people per minute the anti poverty organization Oxfam says eleven people die of hunger each minute and that the number facing the famine like conditions around the globe has increased six times over the last year Oxfam America's president and C. E. O. Abby marksman says the statistics are staggering but we must remember that these because I made up of individual people facing unimaginable suffering Max boot adds unrelenting conflict on top of the cove it nineteen economic fallout and the worsening the climate crisis has pushed more than five hundred twenty thousand people to the brink of starvation I'm Charles de Ledesma
AP News Radio
Defendants Involved in Massachusetts Standoff in Court
"Hi Mike Rossio reporting defendants involved in a Massachusetts standoff on Saturday appear in court several of the eleven people charged in connection with an hours long armed standoff along interstate ninety five in Massachusetts over the weekend were in court for their arraignment Tuesday the purported leader twenty nine year old Jamal Tavon Sanders Latimer also notice Jamal to leave a bill obey told the judge he didn't understand how the charges could be brought against him the first to appear forty year old queen Cumber lander told the judge he was a foreign national who can not face criminal charges ten men and a seventeen year old juvenile face charges including unlawful possession of a firearm and ammunition and use of body armor in commission of a crime they say they are members of a group called rise of the borders hi Mike Rossio
Rocks Across the Pond
"eleven people" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond
"It's it's a herculean task to try to redo that after you've put stuff in to pull up all those matts and everything else so we're gonna wait a few years before we before we try to do that. This time. it's at least pressure treated wood underneath so less likely to rot etc if it if it's a long jumper typically it's pretty short term right it melt during the mouth if floods and You know once in a dries over the summer and then when you when you put the water in your doing it much much more control basis. You don't leak that way and it freezes so it's not causing rider. So what would you say is the number one thing about your club. Were your members that have allowed you to do this. Because like i've been a member of an arena club in oklahoma city in the arena. Club here in richmond. Were we kind of faced similar situations. You guys have where you go. you know. Eighty sixty down to like twenty four for us. It's always seemed like just a complete pipedream. What was it about you guys that just kind of allowed you to push through and get it done and get a dedicated facility. And i've been around other club set. That really haven't been able to do this either. I think it in our experience. I'm not saying it's the only way but in our experience you need one or two people that are given carte blanche to go in do stuff right if you if you have a board with eleven people in it. You're never gonna reach consensus. You're never gonna get anything done. So we had a board of seven people but the board basically said we have confidence. We believe in what you're doing. Go do it needs to be done. Come back to us when you when you need something And it wasn't trying to do it by consensus. It's i wouldn't have been able to do it right. If if i had a board of eleven people. I needed everybody in the board to discuss everything in agree on everything debate everything we would failed so it was aboard the board having confidence enough in myself in in the the people that i pulled in to run this thing to say go and do it.
The Adam Carolla Show
"eleven people" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"At adam. Corolla dot com. That's very good smelling candle. They say that is the man who wears the balls. It was named after all right. I heard a good point. I love a good point. Don't you guys like a good point shower. The point makes sense. There's a there's been a lot of controversy about transgender and sports and a lot of sorry. Bruce jenner caitlyn jenner. Caitlyn jenner caitlyn. Jenner's god it was hard enough. It's hard enough getting getting getting on in life. Just having to remember all the names and all the lgbtq and much less guys you've known as bruce jenner your entire physically switching names like not even a new celebrity on the scene named caitlin jenner. The guy i knew for forty years world famous world flipped on me. And now i gotta stop and process that. But she got a lot of flak for saying that Transgendered women don't know boys who became women shouldn't be able to compete against biological girls. I think martina navratilova gotten some shit with that spits. It's it's one of those. Were out of problems. Because it's a raging issue that has an effect anyone you've ever met and it can't represent any portion our society. I mean literally out of out of a populace of three hundred and thirty million people. It's got effect eleven people. But we're enthralled but i heard this point and this is interesting. So you know i think the caitlyn jenner's of the world and the Martina navratilova's of the world and many many are accused. Many right wing senators. Things cues to being transphobic. And then they fire back and go. I'm not transphobic. I like women's sports and it's an unfair advantage to those competing against the women. So i'm really pro woman versus transphobic. But i heard this point today. You never hear about it going the other direction. What about all the. There's plenty of of females that become male home. Nobody says it says a word if they want to compete against males which is sort of like well then. It's not a trans thing. It's a competition thing because it was purely trans than you would have a problem with people going the other direction and i've never heard anyone utter a word about the other direction. That's interesting now granted. I don't think it happens that often. Because i think women want to go become crossover then compete with men because dot com. We're back to the no advantage and now you're at a disadvantage at that at that point. But i've never heard an instance of anyone complaining about the other directions and if it's a girl who becomes a man who smokes weed than we really shouldn't have a problem with her as an athlete. That's right wait a minute. what's that mean. Well because we talked before about why is. We'd eagle eye doesn't help you yeah. I agree but the okay. So your point absolutely taken and who does this really affects a why have three states passed legislation banning. This if it's if it doesn't affect anybody well it affects whoever's on the bubble who's running in the track the high school track competition who those girls that say. Tennessee passes a statewide bill because of it probably zero. But it's possible that one person in their state may be figuring out whether she should do track and field flippers. Whole state had to get involved. I agree it's kind of much ado about nothing. Bide there are instances of young biological women who didn't make the cut because they got beat by four more formerly biological men who transition and who dominate denver talking about maybe losing a scholarship or something it. now you're talking about actual consequences. I think it's probably not widespread now. I think it's massachusetts. There's something that the state high school records are held by two former really interesting. Yeah which is kind of mixed a little weird. But i don't know you can. You can look that one up but it doesn't seem to have a dog in this fight because three states are tennessee mississippi and arkansas. I'm trying to think it's massachusetts. But i cannot remember where there's a couple of athletes have the high school. I think it's one hundred meter is or. It's a sprinting thing. Well we'll look that up. Yeah burt lancaster at the bagdad cafe. It's the greatest piece of film ever but really an argument for why public television should be defunding. All right here we go this nice booth set up here. The painting of looks like burt lancaster up on the wall. I'm not sure what we've hoti and we talk to you a little bit about the history of steam bagdad cafe which.
True Crime Fan Club Podcast
"eleven people" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast
"A member of the gang would steal a horse then by night. They would run the horse to the next station. They would leave the horse there or exchange it for another horse. Then return home so as to not arouse suspicion of their absence. Patty's brother decided to steal inexpensive hor spelunky british officer however one of the officers servants heard the noise and woke the officer up. Several men set out after james and he was captured less than ten miles from where he had taken. The horse. james was tried before a magistrate and thrown in jail awaiting trial. In the king's court he was sentenced to death by hanging and was hanged late in eighteen. Twenty eight patty became more insufferable and seemed to take no pleasure in anything but her bloodthirsty nature however the end of her reign of terror was at hand. Her last murder was that of a traveler who was known to have stayed at her home after he was not seen for a week or so neighbors became suspicious and went to her property to search it. One of the men said he was building a house and wanted to make a sketch of her house. Patty showed them all through her home. Except for the seller. This of course aroused their suspicions even more so when she left the room for a minute they asked one of her servants. What was in the cellar. The servants said she dared not tell daddy would kill her. They promised to protect her. And she said there were terrible things in the cellar but then patty came in the room again. The next day the neighbors went to the sheriff and reported their fears a warrant was issued in the sheriff about a dozen men went to her house to arrest her. Patty became very belligerent. But seeing all the men surrounding her home she gave up. one member of her gang. Promised to testify against her and led searchers to several graves. Patty was found guilty and sentenced to hang three weeks before she was to be executed. Patty obtained poison and took it while the poison took its toll on patty. She screamed and arrived in agony. She suddenly became calm and asked for a priest wishing to confess when the priest arrived she told him she had killed eleven people with her own hands and helped kill a dozen others. She also admitted she had killed one of her children at three days old and had poisoned her husband. She died a short while later. Other newspaper articles telev- attendant on patties land. Who was plowing one day and hit a soft spot upon examination. He found a chest painted blue which contained bones. Patty cannon has not been forgotten but in the nineteen seventies nineteen eighties. One family brought her into headlines in a surprising way. They claimed her ghost was haunting their house. Which had been patty's house. The good family purchased patty cannons home around. Nineteen seventy seven the same year in which jay anson published his blockbuster. Hit the amityville. Horror jamison robin good lived in the home with their three children. James said he was psychic enough to know the house was haunted and robin said when she first entered the home she could sense. Evil robin said she could hear conversations at night..
NPR News Now
"eleven people" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from npr news. I'm lakshmi singh president. Joe biden is applauding. The nation's latest jobs performance during a corona virus pandemic though maize gains are weaker than expected. Npr's windsor johnston reports the labor department's reporting employers added five hundred fifty nine thousand jobs and the unemployment rate fell to five point eight percent. The nation's jobless rate is below six percent for the first time since the pandemic hit speaking in rehoboth beach delaware president biden said his corona virus. Relief legislation has played a major role in pulling the us economy out of the worst crisis in the last one hundred years more than forty percent. Fewer families struggle to afford food rat utility car. Payments student loans healthcare expenses. Small businesses and restaurants are. Were getting killed now. We're delivering loan support. They need to reopen and to stale. The president also made another push for his american jobs proposal calling it an opportunity to seize on the economic momentum. He says his administration has created windsor johnston. Npr news the biden administration is in the process of delivering on. Its pledge to donate eighty million doses of covid nineteen vaccines to other countries by month's end hard hit india being among the recipients last night prime minister narendra modi thanked vice president kamla harris for the vaccines more from. Npr's lauren freyre according to a statement from his office. Prime minister narendra modi thanked president. Harris for the seven million doses. The us has pledged to asia including india. He also said he hopes to welcome harris to india where her mother was born wants. The pandemic is over while much appreciated these millions of doses won't go far in india's population of nearly one point four billion less than five percent of people here are fully vaccinated. The government is rationing doses after it suppliers the serum institute of india failed to ramp up production. Moody's slogan is self reliant in but his government has had no choice but to try to procure more vaccines from abroad. Lauren fryer npr news mumbai. Iranian firefighters have extinguished a fire at a refinery south of tehran. According to the is news agency. Npr's peter kenyon reports officials made no claim of sabotage saying the blaze was caused by the report quotes. The deputy oil minister is praising what he called the courageous actions by firefighters. That i brought the fire under control and finally extinguished. The fire broke out. Wednesday night reportedly caused by a leak in to waste. Tanks officials said eleven people were injured. But the blaze caused no fatalities. Wednesday was a difficult day for the iranian navy as well it's largest vessel. A training ship caught fire and the gulf of oman and sank not far from the strait of hormuz. The ship's crew was safely evacuated before the vessel went down. Peter kenyon. npr news. istanbul. The dow is up ninety points. The open it's npr news. The united nations agency for palestinian refugees says it has recalled its gaza director over threats to his security. The director has faced protests in gaza. For saying the israeli military largely avoided hitting civilians during the recent fighting with hamas. Npr's daniel estrin has details from jerusalem. The un's refugee and works agency own. Nra helped shelter palestinians in gaza during the eleven day conflict but the agency's gaza director matias shomali came under criticism in gaza for a recent interview with israeli channel twelve tv. He was asked about israel's claim that it strikes on gaza were precise. I also have the impression that There is a huge sophistication jr in the way the israeli military strike struck over the last eleven days. He later said. This did not justify the deaths of palestinian civilians but there were protests outside the un agencies headquarters in gaza and the un said hamas authorities said they could not guarantee the safety of their staff and the un asked him to leave. Daniel estrin npr news jerusalem. It's back to the negotiating table at the white house today. Over how much money tax payers should spend upgrade the nation's ageing infrastructure president biden and republican. Senator shelley moore capito of west. Virginia resume talks today over at the. Us house meanwhile democrats are promoting a plan to spend roughly half a trillion dollars over the next five years on roads rail projects and public transportation. The dow jones industrial average is up nearly a hundred points. The nasdaq is up. One eighty s and p's twenty-seven it's npr..
Reel Talk: The Customer Insights Show
"eleven people" Discussed on Reel Talk: The Customer Insights Show
"I would say you can have a healthy customer. Maybe check three of those boxes but like you hit a duly. Well yeah yeah having people who are willing to talk about good experiences so i'll share a. This is in my marketing one. Oh one class in college. I won't say how many years ago never forget. We learned that like if somebody has a positive experience. They share that with three people. This is with any kind of consumer brand or or shopping experience or travel. You have a good experience to share that with three people. You have a bad experience. You share that with eleven people so few so few of us actually like go out of our way to promote those good experiences. You know it's gotta be like that stellar. It's meeting all my knees. I'm getting everything. I needed out of it from a value perspective so i totally agree when we've got people who were working so closely with and are wanting to talk more about the work that we're doing together that were partnering on. It's really exciting. Because you know just from your own experience of. How often do you share the tools that you work with or you know. It's exciting sure is not the can agree with you more on a per cent. Yeah it's like all the more reason to prevent bad experiences because they're more more so going to share those than they are the good. Is this funny about that too. you know. We think we see that too. We advise our own customers quite clear in measuring customer experience that you tend to get the the ends of the veterans like puller Strong advocates or the strong detractors and oftentimes role the road that kind of gets lost. Because they're on his outspoken. You want up about how good the screens are hoping. Ethics was more experiences for sure for sure and you rarely get the. It was fine even though it tend to go out of their way to give that feedback..
Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan
Murders and Disappearances: Can Psychics Solve the Crimes?
"Now like i said i don't think it's outside the realm of possibility that a person can have psychic abilities. I do think that sylvia brown did not have psychic abilities. But i wanted to present you with some cases where psychics got it right. it turns out. Those cases are very hard to find. Even if you pop over to reader's digest dot com which i don't recommend and read articles with headlines like twenty times psychics. Got it right once. You barely scratched the surface on those cases. You find out. It's a little more complicated. It's super hard to get good. Statistics on police use psychics and investigations. Police don't really like to talk about how much they rely on psychics and in some cases get older. The information on them changes drastically if you read five articles about a case from fifty years ago. Each written in subsequent decade. You'll find the reporting goes from police. Credit so-and-so psychic for pointing them in the right direction to initially police admitted to using a psychic helped but later retracted the statement to eventually police adamantly deny using psychic and the case and claim that any information a psychic may have given was patently wrong. So it's a little hard to keep track of but according to an article in forbes. The cia conducted a study and found that eight out of eleven police officers. Polled said. they used psychics to help them solve crimes. Eight out of eleven. Oddly enough. I couldn't gain access to the cia report even though it was supposed to be declassified the link was broken i think someone high up read the report and was like fuck. Now burn that shit but eight out of eleven is a lot. I don't even think eight out of eleven people believe in psychics. Generally eight out of eleven even if those numbers are inflated and it's more like five out of eleven. Don't you think there must be something we don't know and look there could be many reasons caught. Might turn to a psychic desperation. Laziness appeasing distraught loved ones and even if afterward they try to back pedal and make it. Look like the psychic wasn't helpful. It does make you wonder why. So many police officers who aren't generally known for their hippy. Dippy reported using psychics to help them solve cases.
AP News Radio
DOJ: Man Who Plotted Attack on Ohio Synagogue Pleads Guilty
"The justice department says an Ohio man who plotted an attack on the synagogue has pleaded guilty federal prosecutors say a man who plotted an attack on the Toledo area synagogue has pleaded guilty to related charges Damon Joseph also known as a dollar a Li use of was arrested in December twenty eighteen authorities say he was inspired by a gunman who killed eleven people at a Pittsburgh synagogue six weeks before his arrest he pleaded guilty to attempting to provide material support for the Islamic state terrorist group and attempting to commit a hate crime prosecutors say the twenty three year old drew attention after posting photos of weapons and vows of support for ISIS on social media the plot was uncovered during Joseph's conversations with undercover FBI agents I Walter Ratliff
Israeli-Palestinian Violence Continues
"An israeli air raid in gaza city. Early saturday killed at least ten palestinians including mostly children. It's the deadliest single strike since violence between israel and hamas militants sparks earlier. This week the strike hit a three story house in a refugee camp killing eight children and two women from extended family. They were celebrating aid. El fitr children's toys and monopoly board game were seen with the rubble and pleats of uneaten food. From the holiday gathering a neighbor said there was no warning before the attack there were also palestinian protests friday in the occupied west bank where israeli forces shot and killed eleven people in gaza. At least one hundred twenty six people have been killed including thirty one children and in israel seven people have been killed including a child but latest violence began in jerusalem when israeli police used heavy handed tactics at an important holy site. As israel continued to threaten the forced removal of dozens of palestinians from their homes hamas militants have fired rockets into israel. This week and israel has continued with airstrikes. Egypt keeps leading truce negotiations but israel turned down a proposal for a one year. Truce that hamas leaders had accepted along with the violence living conditions in gaza or dire. The palestinian territories infrastructure has struggled for years. Since and it's rayleigh egyptian blockade was imposed after hamas took power in two thousand seven. Currently the only power plant in gaza is at risk of running out of fuel in the next few days and the un says gazans or seeing daily power cuts of eight to twelve
AP News Radio
Philly health official forced to resign over MOVE cremations
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the top Philadelphia health official is forced to resign Dr Thomas Farley the Philadelphia health commissioner was forced to resign Thursday after mayor Jim Kenney said he learned Farley had human remains from the nineteen eighty five bombing of move headquarters cremated and disposed of without notifying family members in a statement mayor Kenney said Farley's decision in twenty seventeen was his alone in a statement Farley said he made the decision not wanting to cause more anguish for the families of the victims in nineteen eighty five Philadelphia police were trying to evict the black organization moved from its headquarters and bombed it the fire spread to more than sixty row homes that eleven people died including five children hi Mike Rossio
Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"eleven people" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"They like i don't believe you are. I'm not even going to investigate this. And just let them free and so he got to be he got to kill eleven people and so a part of the story part of the documentary. Was these particular women who got away from him telling their stories of how they got addicted and it was so healing for me. Because i have a mother who was addicted to crack for the her whole life she literally just passed away in december from an od. She oh deed from Was she thought was just regular drugs but it hasn't been to nominate and money kill my mom and so what this thank you what. This documentary showed me. I could literally see mother's reflection and i was. I watched this before. She passed them sharing their stories from back in the eighties. And how like we. It was party drug. We just we. I'm with my friends. Everybody getting high we having fun. It's like and it was being passed around like you smoking weed. It wasn't like you know it didn't have the stigma that it has now because it has ravaged the community. We just was kids having fine. We i didn't know it until by the time. I knew that this was a problem. I don sold everything in my house. I you know. I'm thinking. Oh i'll get it like it's a. It's a whole thing that i didn't know that i was getting into. I had a physical reaction to hearing their stories and here in how it was subtle. It would like i know i'm making this wrong decision. Just fine right right and you see that in the reflection and of that i see that in what's happening lulu. I think she doesn't know that is happening to her. Like even later on when we talk talk about interview the intervention. I don't think she realized that you crack. Hey right here. In the scene you know the roads literally tweaking literally. They come back Block come back into the room back here smile. And i don't know wasn't we like we like it's a crack very distinct smell hikes. Oh no you know now. Everybody is doing this oj stuff pange oj. Blanca cuts it all off. She cuts the tv. She was all right. It's time to eat. And she wants to have a little family gathering moment and She's like. Oh everybody's i wanna see what happens. She was like no we about to have a little moment so she you know because she's mother bianca she wants to have been sentimental mom and she was like like we don't do this enough and blah blah blah. She's trying to be that little thing. and so the entire scene is abrupt. It and you know the the house of evangelista. Everybody who's evangelista is under one roof at the dinner table again. They reminisce about good times. Blanca suggest bringing back the house for the summer sources ball and they all agree to go and.
Democracy Now! Audio
"eleven people" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Of police abuse in those days. You know much much like the black panthers and other organizations that wanted to see change. That's what move was doing. That's what john africa was about trying to make some kind of change because of the of of the of black people's living and not just black people have a poor whites and animals and they have You know every we need to change and that message was so strong and will you try to make change. Will you try to do something to to to upset the current establishment and try to just take us a new direction. Because these what's happening is wrong. They they don't want these these things to change. They want to stay in this position and this position of power and disposition of control. And so when when anybody try to speak up it ain't just move that that will run into these obstacles and these and this wall of police and this wall of of politicians and just trying to stop you from from from putting out this information and so that's exactly what rizzo was like donald trump. You know of that time except he was even worse in the confined space nyc africa junior. We have to leave it there. I know your family will be doing something on thursday on the anniversary of the Thirty six years ago. The police kailai Eleven people in the move family I mean he goodman with one gonzales. Mike africa and abdulah lui. Mohammed thank you..
Democracy Now! Audio
"eleven people" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Today by john denver. This is democracy now. Democracy now dot org the quarantine report. I mean goodman. You can watch listen. Read transcripts using our iowa and android apps. Download them for free from the ups store or google. Play store today. this is democracy now. This week's apologies. From the university of pennsylvania and princeton university for the handling of the remains of an african american child killed by philadelphia police in the nineteen eighty five move bombing that killed eleven people five of them. Children come after the university of pennsylvania. Museum of archaeology and anthropology known as the penn museum just apologized earlier this month for holding more than one thousand stolen skulls of enslaved people and it's morton collection samuel morton was a nineteenth century white supremacy researcher who directed workers to pull the bones from unmarked graves in january. The of harvard university issued a letter acknowledging that the twenty two thousand human remains in its collections included. Fifteen from the people of african descent. Who may have been enslaved and pledged to review its policies of ethical stewardship for more on the growing demands for respectful treatment of african american remains in museum collections. Especially those of the enslaved. We're joined by samuel redmond historian at the university of massachusetts amherst author of boone rooms from scientific racism to human prehistory and museums and the forthcoming books. Prophets and ghost the story of salvage anthropology and the museum in crisis professor redmond. Thanks for joining us. Start off by responding to the use of these children's bones that the police killed nine thousand nine hundred eighty five that apparently the philadelphia medical examiner gave to this professor this Princeton university professor in university of pennsylvania. Professor alan Man that are continued thirty six years later to be shown in classes. It's not clear if it's one child. Fourteen year old named tree africa or two tree africa and deletion africa. What about this. Well first of all. Thank you for having me. Let's begin by crediting. The students and the protesters at penn and at princeton in raising their voices in response to this really troubling and gut wrenching situation. The other thing that. I think we need to saying we need to start calling for a much larger response and more sweeping response to this as a problem. Part of what people are only really starting to grapple with the idea is that this is a really vast problem. Bet that it's there are individual. Instances like this that are horrific and we need to pay attention to but it is a symptom of this much larger problem as you mentioned. Harvard has more than twenty two thousand sets of human remains the smithsonian according to at least one cow head more than thirty thousand sets of human remains and it's not just the large institutions there are smaller institutions. The denver museum of nature and science had account at one point of one hundred twenty human remains medical museums across the country smaller institutions historical societies. There are also private collections of human remains. A strange as that sounds in some states. It's still legal to traffic in the buying and selling human remains. I think we need a much larger more sweeping response to this problem. And one that recognizes the deep history. That is present. The very that is taught intimately tied into colonialism white supremacy scientific racism and understand though that this is not just a phenomenon that was strictly confined to the nineteenth century. This is something that continued through the twentieth century. Once these repositories were established. These massive phone rooms people started finding other ways to get remains into those collections including through police investigations accidental discoveries and a whole host of other ways. So you're it is important that there were these high profile nineteenth century archaeologists who were collecting human remains and human skulls especially but it established the tradition. That we haven't fully grappled with or understood on. Its back so. The association of black anthropologists society of black archaeologists and the black and bio anthropology collective issued a statement in solidarity with demand of mike africa junior second generation move family member. Who is six years old when philadelphia police dropped that bomb on move and they said quote. We're painfully aware of the barbaric history anthropology especially when it comes to populations of peoples of african descent. We know that are disciplined has been mobilized to rationalize eugenics and white supremacy and to justify slavery and colonialism. We also know that ethnographic museum supported the academic rationale for the institutionalization of racism and anthropology textbooks courses and curricula. They added quote. black panther. Apologists should not be alone in expressing this outrage and bearing that's heavy ethical burden all anthropologists should be enraged. All anthropologists need to condemn this barbaric and savage act by its own. Practitioners and white anthropologists in particular should not only hold themselves accountable to the ways that they continue to uphold normalized forms of anti blackness and through the research and theorizing but should also actively worked undo the centuries of violence and trauma done to non white communities professor. Redman your response to the statement. I agree with all of that. And i do think that we should turn to black anthropologists and scientists and community leaders for leadership on this as a as a question and to better understand how to move forward. We have some models. But i want to point out a nine hundred ninety. There was a law passed the native american graves protection and repatriation act or nagara and that created something of a legal structure for tribal to request the return in many cases reburial of ancestors but it a highly imperfect solution. It is a law that was sort of passed know using thinking from the nineteen eighties progressive thinking in many respects from the nineteen eighties to try to do something in response to this vast problem that i've described so The law is limited. By the fact that it's it's a references vary specific types of material in museums. That a lot of the onus is on tribal communities to fund or partly fund and Take the mantle of this investigation and the legal Huge amounts of legal and bureaucratic paperwork. So that in some ways that we should think of that as the bare minimum. And if that's the bare minimum to in holding these institutions accountable. What does that look like. Not just for the massive problem of indigenous remains in museums but also four black remains and for the remains of many other people from around the world but ended up in us museums because nagpur really only deals with native americans that are living in. What is now the united states or a native alaskan native hawaiians. But it doesn't comprehensively deal with this as an issue. And like i say it's underfunded mandate there are people that are doing work. Repatriation offices within museums like the smithsonian. Who could use more support and especially if we think about this as a more broader sweeping problem that requires big action in response than maybe we can start to imagine a future where we can. We can begin to start to address or rectify some of these horrible abuses. I wanna go back to nag pro. The bill you talked about in one thousand nine hundred ninety congress passed the native american graves protection and repatriation act which outlined the legal procedures for the repatriation of human remains and sacred objects from federal agencies muses museums educational institutions and state and local governments. This is amber hood director of preservation and repatriation for the chickasaw nation explaining the reburial process and their efforts to honor and protect their ancestors. Because it was never intended for our ancestors.
Democracy Now! Audio
"eleven people" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"The twenty hours. They only got the well. Reverend william barbara. Thank you so much for being with us and be safe next up. We're heading to philadelphia pennsylvania to look at a shocking report about how to ivy league schools university of pennsylvania. Princeton have been using the bones of a child killed in the nineteen. Eighty five move bombing. When the city bombed. The house of the radical black group moved killing eleven people including five kids. How is it possible. These bones have been used for decades. We'll get response from mike africa. Junior second generation born move members. Stay with us.
Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman
"eleven people" Discussed on Chase the Vision with Isaac Mashman
"Wow two years. In and fifty episodes down chased the vision with isaac mashburn is off with momentum. Yes i started this podcast back in june of two thousand nineteen underneath a different name. Way back then it was called the hustler's choice podcast and then i revamped it. I switched it up. I refocused and here. We are today in two thousand and twenty one with an entirely different name and an entirely different vision and drive but the message at the end of the day is still very very similar. So guys welcome to a very special episode to dan. What are we talking to you about leadership. Now i've recently been fortunate enough to expand the team of mashreq ventures Public relations firm. That i'm running. But i launched last year and i've brought on a bunch of new people. Yes of expanded the team to eleven people strong have a couple of more physicians that i'm looking to bring people on who see the vision and the topic of leadership really came up to me because i'm at a point right now to where before i was leading myself and the company that was growing in building but now that i'm bringing people on board i have to lead other people and it seems to me like leadership is a topic that many people do not necessarily understand. They think that leadership is about being a boss. They think that leadership is about giving orders barking orders than it's simply not true. That is not the case. And i'm going to be diving into some of the misconceptions about leadership and how to be an effective leader. And before i go into that. I want to go ahead and ask for a favor if you get any from this episode and this is from every single episode that you listen to of this podcast please share with a friend. This is how we grow organically. I've noticed the numbers have been growing up. The numbers have been spiking. An eye and hear to believe that you guys are spreading the word and i appreciate that. A value that tremendously and the skies ultimately the podcast. I'm going to bring on my first guest in over a year and a half for the next couple of episodes..
The God and Gigs Show
"eleven people" Discussed on The God and Gigs Show
"To the discipline of having to handle this arrangement. So i want you to continue but yeah that's that's kind of like the put a bug in your ear where i start to wonder. Did you did these lessons and from sports that you almost saw take you to the top of profession. Worthies lessons following you into your next season. And how did you apply them so at this. Wanted to mention that as you're continuing to tell the story is because i know once you've got to london thanks must have been totally different. I mean going to this whole new world and so what were you. What were you doing on this weekend's like how you how you ingratiating yourself in his whole new new world. When i was really an. It's an interesting point. You pick up on because sport teaches you an awful lot what sport. Tj is the difference between time and sport. There's one very. I think klay defining moment when you go into school and you go. Eleven people on a field. You're actually going eleven people fill out there to do a job and actually to what charter and to get result and to get a result. O- inside old cost. You want to get a result. You don't wanna lose and you want to buy sti pony best performance so that when you come off the manager and team or happy with what you shave but you're a unit you go in together as a unit and time. It isn't like that. So i'll give you the the way the i came into time. I them traveling to london for two years. I didn't get job and it was the last One of the last companies are winning to odds by before and there was never any chances. So i went in writing a evening. Wasn't very happy by c. Three macedo receptionist really not very happy to on this and i was ticking down with right now saw all i wanted to do with the gal try and olguin grab a cup of coffee because i would just fed up and at that point. The lady one of the ladies in reception was head of international. Pay off the table. So she looked pastor six labels for the payoff was wide as i False track that ended up so working for the for the libel Which is a really interesting experience. So i brought mechanics of me. Climb foot pole Into attain environment and it sorta working didn't work because paper very very closed off an industry at that then i started learning people. Do not want to share information with you. And i don't wanna tie this business works.
AP News Radio
Texas death toll from February storm, outages surpasses 100
"The death toll from last month's winter storm and blackouts in Texas has almost doubled earlier this month the state put the initial number of deaths at fifty seven warning it could go higher the Texas department of state health services now says one hundred eleven people died a majority of them from hypothermia the number could continue to rise many homes went without power or drinkable water for days after sub freezing temperatures failing power plants and record demand for heat pushed the electric grid in Texas to the breaking point more than four million customers lost power the number of dead from the storm exceeded twenty seventeens hurricane Harvey which killed sixty eight people in Texas I'm at Donahue
EU and US level sanctions at 11 Myanmar military officials over coup
"The european union and the united states have leveled new round of sanctions against me on mars military leadership over its friday february coup in subsequent escalation of violence against protesters. Jason szabo's reports the eu announced the sanctions. Monday targeting eleven people ten of whom are among the highest ranks of the myanmar military known as the tatmadaw including its commander in chief min aung laying. The eleventh person is the chairman of the union election commission over his role in cancelling the results of the twenty twenty parliamentary elections
Kingdom Family Talks Podcast
"eleven people" Discussed on Kingdom Family Talks Podcast
"That even people's dreams and people's hopes and people's desire family in the middle of all this chaos and we all of facing certain types of losses and disappointments and all those things and that's why it's good to sit with a general and to be able to see somebody that has navigated well but also got the nutrients that you actually can say that god used all of these things out for good because i love him and on the call according to his purpose i have i just going to change a little bit of the topic because one of the joy of had would you have been able to sit down for for twenty years but to hearing stories about eleven people. You met lada journey. Because we're talking about life love and legacy. But i'm thinking about just some other people that has added value to your life and so i'm gonna throw some names there just for a few moments because we've had that conversation. But corrie ten boom heightened place. How did you meet corrie ten boom did you know but and what was for some of us that have just read a book this story. I don't remember how we met our why we met. I do remember that as pastor the confidence of having ear She do. I was until i asked her to be in my church and she came and she was a signal blessing. I remember when she came. We were dealing with demons in our church. And we're going to have to get back there. We're gonna have to learn to to practice mastery over the worst. The devil has and do it. We're going to have to face the truth about the fact of of daymond and we were dealing the young lady precious young lady. We just couldn't get free. And i remember taking her to say miss corey who is living. Who is living with some people at the time.
Celtics Life NBA Basketball Podcast
"eleven people" Discussed on Celtics Life NBA Basketball Podcast
"Welcome in to the celtics last podcasts. Here's always with dr. Lynn announce valberg. I'm to by after historic collapse against orleans pelicans to say the least celtics continued to struggle to break through for their cycle of mediocrity with boston stuck on the treadmill. The question is this who is to blame brought on special guests. Evan valenti to sort through the noise haven't just off air said that the discourse is nauseating so perhaps he can keep us calm here. Evan how are you. I'm not nauseating out some good Everything's good Young healthy. I have a roof over my head on my family and friends. Real healthy That particular guard is fine. I don't know if you guys i mean. We all check the twitter sphere in raw online all day. I i can't stand the tapes. I really can't and it's just like is you have a hot tape right. You can't just come out with this medium. Luke warm like you know like level headed stuff you have to. You have to be bold. You have to be brass it. You have to come up with some ridiculous excuse. As to why. The suffolk started performing at thirteen and fifteen. And like as we all try and piece takes together. The actual takers like there's a little bit of land that could go around the entire and you can. You can really just been like. Yeah so this is a rostrum. Major issue is is a somewhat coaching issue. This is a guys aren't healthy. Issue is this defense is terrible issue like this whole lot to go around here. If there was one simple answer it probably would have been fixed by now one number right guys. It's never really that simple. It's usually more complicated net. So like the just. The amount of be asked that i see all over. The place is just absolutely killing me at this point in end. The problem is us consumers of media. Just eat it all up all day in just get our own takes off the dock so just a compounding problem kelsen Week last week. We had the rifts man on all following the risk man. i'll just say the risk men offered some great wisdom in terms of keeping it real and kind of maintaining. I'm sorry to let down your audience. After electric gas says audience of eleven people. We are the audience. Well so yeah. He tried to keep things calm. And i think alex. And i really up kool-aid glad to have you back because it has been pretty troubling week. Some nice wins albeit against teams. The hawks pretty ugly losses. Some news. that marcus smart is going to be back for a while so evan. I think you're right You gotta have a take these days and celtics discourse but maybe basketball discourse has been lost in misguided. but that doesn't make for an exciting podcast so let's let's hand ring a little just at alex. How are you both doing offering list doing.
Elliman Daily Podcast
"eleven people" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast
"I'm used to wake up working up early but don't qualitatively I wake up at seven. Am new york time. So it's four o'clock in the morning 'cause for me time is relative. It depends where i am in the world so it's not a big deal so work up at four o'clock in the morning four to four thirty Depending on awake up for thirty. Do my meditation. I didn't do stretching knit. Five o'clock addicted dove out and take care of the dog Sleeping at five thirty. I had my first from skull than i have at six o'clock to seven. I have my workout at seven. O'clock ahead my second conference goal and all and then at seven thirty ahead fred. The wilson coal at eight am i Third conference call it thirty. I stopped my cold's so this is it takes me. I have so much to work on myself x four and a half hours just to get ready for the. I'm kinda like you judge. I mean not moore o'clock but i'm up at five thirty and it takes me until about almost eight o'clock before ready today. So all of this work is just to work my mindset because i understand that this needs to lead me rather than ever happening in the world i agree with you now. I'm in. They don't have tv to even i saw. I don't know what's happening in the world a risk. I don't want that to impact my life. I want my life during my life so to kohl's kind of calls colin clients calling clients and call them nonstop until eleven o'clock. I have something that i'm saying. Eleven by levin. If i don't get to eleven people by eleven am. I don't eat lunch. 'cause i stopped my morning really early by eleven o'clock. I'm pretty hungry. So i need to identify. Didn't get to eleven people. I keep calling until i get to eleven people and then i it launched. How many people would do that. you think. As a practice unique a lot of people like skip lunch or just say. I don't get to eat until i've done my calls Say immel division for me so god so you so when you eat lunch what do you do how do you. What do you do for lunch. Typically something light something like that. Don't shut my job. Disfigure which is not easy.
Laurent Duvernay-Tardif: From Super Bowl Champ to the COVID Frontline
"He actually got his medical degree back in two thousand eighteen. My ultimate goal is to step on this deal with the md back pocket nigger dowdy. And he's the only active. Nfl player with a medical degree today. When the pandemic hit laurent decided that you know what. I wanna volunteer. Have this degree wanna be able to help out by. Read more about what was going on immediately. My thought when from oh my god this is stuff for me to. How can i help. Long-term healthcare facilities nursing homes. They were the hardest especially in the quebec area. Also in ontario where i am from. So laurent saw the stress that was put on the healthcare workers and he was like if i can just get in there and alleviate some of the stress on them as well as you know lifting up the spirits of some of the most at risk patients in the elderly. I'm going to do anything. i can possibly do. Our duty as a citizen to really think about what. Can i do to fight this thing. Just that biographical detail alone is crazy that this is a guy who managed to get a degree in medicine while playing right guard in the nfl and playing by the way really well. The chiefs signed him a couple of years ago to a five-year forty one million dollar contract extension but to get back to his medical career. I mean it speaks to this very unusual path. That laurent has taken to the league. So tell us. Where laurent from. And how do you grow up. Laurent is from a town outside of montreal. Thirty minutes outside of montreal. Mount saint hilaire quebec is obviously predominantly french-speaking part of canada and he grew up. Speaking french is first language. His parents were like you know. We want to do things different. I'm mired win. My parents raise me. They told me when i was a kid to take risks to take his dad who is a teacher and agriculture. Actually said you know what my dream to be able to sail down the coast with my family for a year long sailing trip so he quits his job him and his wife dee land along with iran his two sisters gotten a boat and sailed down the coast for a year all the way down to the east coast of the united states. Right down to the caribbean while he was there he was home schooled by his parents while he actually learned different life experiences. So they're sailing up and down the atlantic coast. What do they do when they're not in a boat like what's their business how they make a living laurent's grandfather owned a winery francois. His father was working at the winery and when they came back. They decided to sell the winery. Francois got involved in the culinary arts and he opened up a bakery and now they have several bakeries in the montreal area. So you have this fabulous this decidedly non traditional lifestyle that. They've embraced where they're sailing together. The running a vineyard. They're running bakeries. I mean this. Forgive me mathis. Sounds like the idyllic french canadian life and it's because of these very different childhood experiences matt that laurent doesn't even start playing football until he's fourteen years old. He commits studying medicine at mcgill a very prestigious university in montreal and he ultimately decides to play. Football at mcgill is well. What do you think you'll laurente to. The game of football laurent has always said that. He loved being on the field with his teammates. He loved working as a team much. Like as a medical doctor working on a floor with a team an operating room is kind of similar as football field in the sense that there's eleven people or twelve people working together and you've got to know where you fit in that team so i think he's taking. This is a dream. I want to play for the highest level in the sport that i can play at and obviously in canada. You don't have a long list a players that made it there but he He said his mind to and he says i'm going to do
Real Estate Disruptors
"eleven people" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors
"You start looking as money as a tool right. Money is important right. We need it. But it's a tool to more time right right to do more things and i think that's something that people when you're newer. You need every dollar but once you once you hasn't track record once you have your mindset change just limited to what you can accomplish when you have money as a tool exactly Mindset shift yeah it takes awhile. Is there a book That you've gifted more than any other so probably the one book that i read the most ever read it. Five or six times now is traction. I think that book has made huge difference. I'm constantly picking up new things I love bancard owns books. You know some people can't stand on. I love like that. Just hark hard gorgeous My favorite my. You know it's like what was your favorite book you read. It's always wanted to last books. I've read right until you get an expert. But i actually read a couple kinda crappy waste of time. Books lately The last best. One that i read was like great game a business. I love that book My favourite book that is not business related was Own your own your own your life by hobby markets. Maybe i'm not sure about her. Her great things about it. Yeah on your life. Books like this big But that book. I read that a couple of years ago. That was a great book. Principles man that dat book took me over two months. Finish would great gary. Great game of Principles principle sorry. I thought i didn't get a yeah right. That's a forever to get through. It was amazing. Yep but took so. I read that book David wants to know. Can you share your pc guy slash company. Yeah i use calls guy. Magnus magnus magnus. I couldn't think of it. I'm dave i can think of that company. Magnus was magnus digital or something And then Butcher this name here but eamon wasn't know how many employees do you have. So there's eleven people in my office I have many virtual systems in the philippines especially now cut each on business. Going on number reply have Two hundred by the end of the year just not business but The my education business virtual people all over the country and world governing somebody in ireland so In my office there's eleven of us. And what does each person do of those eleven. So i have acquisitions. I know. I've ten now. I just hold counter my think ten eleven before after somebody i three acquisitions dispositions Adleman i have we call it Yeah transaction coordinator move caught staff account of I cannot think of her role. It's a purchasing manager purchasing manager for all of our builds and stuff. Gotcha i have a project manager. Who is not really an office but he he comes to office And cfo also. I don't know where that count was lost at their inner eleven was ten nine including you. all right so i want to think about last night. You wanna listeners with Guys if you got value today please like subscribe share comment. That would really help me. It would give this past a positive social signals right to all the network so that we can help more people and next week we do. Have chris krone coming so check us out next week. He's talking about syndication And we do have a workshop coming up. You guys are interested in two weeks. Disruptors dot com slash workshop Have you guys interested. Go there to apply So how well before the last talking. Someone reach you on so show Terry there i so i is. I'm the second. So that's what i am simply like. Yes there i heard there. I tab retreat dot com But yes social instagram facebook. Terry there i cool. What is the last. You wanna li-listeners. With if i give. I said it five times already right ten times. Maybe and i'll say it over and over and over is don't try to do this on your own just understand the value time. I don't care if you're nineteen twenty to thirteen forty five right you. That's the only thing you can't buy right so you can buy in a form of coaches mentors What do y'all courses all that stuff so that in getting around like minded people that are going to how i felt so many people there like i'm by myself. I was just an event. Not an in san diego last week and it was Do those people in there. Like i'm by myself. I don't have any kind of help. My family mentally help. You know not like physical health in business but just support yes support so just getting around like minded individuals and get rid of all the garbage noise and nonsense. A dozen belong in your life. Yeah and as so so critical. The you can't buy your time back that's gone. There's nothing you can do about that. But moving forward. You can really compress the time. Yeah and that is priceless. I mean would you be willing. You probably won't pay ten twenty times more. Would you pay for time. Ford time back right. Heck yeah so All right so guys. Oh real quick. I forgot active listening two point. Oh so check out. The book with an amazon's behind does how to be a better listener. Which leads to more sales. Thank you terry gives them had a lot of fun. Thanks for having me. They can guys watching house a lot of fun..
PRI's The World
"eleven people" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Mike 2017 demonstration in charlottesville. Virginia that led to the death of a young woman who was killed by a right-wing activists and the twenty eighteen shooting at pittsburgh tree of life synagogue where a gunman killed eleven people and the twenty nineteen attack on walmart el paso texas where shooter targeting latinos killed twenty two people. There have been very specific. Examples of white supremacist violence. That should have warranted a a more serious response. We just need a will to really take that threat more seriously and and do that before. We talk about the long chains of love to respond to that tom. Connor was an fbi agent who worked on white supremacist criminal activity and domestic terrorism until he retired in two thousand nineteen. He says law enforcement has done. Everything can under existing laws and it hasn't been enough in the twenty three years that i worked at mystic extremists. No one was ever charged as being a domestic terrorist. And that's what they should be. Charged with o'connor says allowing criminal charges for domestic terrorism would send a message that violence motivated by politics or hate isn't acceptable whether it's committed with a gun or a weapon of mass destruction by making domestic political violence a criminal offense under federal law. You're not adding any investigative or surveillance authorities to law enforcement. You're just making the crime of political violence illegal in the united states. Some of the proposed legislation would put a review board in place to help prevent law enforcement abuses. Like those that have occurred in the past says jason bazookas former director of the state department's counterterrorism office. He's now director of middlebury institute's center on terrorism extremism and terrorism. Unfortunately i think there's kind of a knee jerk reaction against the possibility of a domestic cares ally. I think a lot of people who don't really understand that it can be narrowly tailored as things are now he says white suspects art called terrorists as often as black and brown people and i think that creates a really nasty optic he says it exacerbates existing racial inequities. So i think there is an important symbolic value to a domestic terrorism update that will allow for united states. Start considering quite frankly white people as terrorists to not jeff brown or black or people who may worship of certain faith. That doesn't persuade my berry of the arab american institute. I appreciate it when people are saying. We want to call it the same thing to kind of in some ways. Vindicate your community okay. I mean fine. If that's you feel strongly about that this great for me though. It's about doubling down on a deeply flawed and highly discriminatory counter-terrorism machine that. We've had in place berry says the. Us can deal with domestic terrorism without new laws that will only further harm the very communities that white extremists target for the world. I'm rupa shenoy from moscow.
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
Lawsuit: NRA's rhetoric spurred deadly synagogue shooting
"What's being described as inflammatory. Rhetoric is the basis of a wrongful death lawsuit stemming from a shooting at a synagogue mark simmons. Parents were among the eleven people who died after the shooting at the tree of life synagogue and twenty eighteen. He's suing the national rifle association accusing it of radicalizing people with what he said are white supremacists conspiracy theories the nra which recently filed for bankruptcy has not commented on the suit. Simon is also suing the shooter robert. Bowers colt's manufacturing the gun baker and the gun shop that sold bowers the ar fifteen rifle bowers has pleaded not guilty to the killing swallow trial. Date has not been set prosecutors. Say they will seek the death. Penalty
AP News Radio
Exhausted hospital chaplains bring solace to lonely, dying
"Doctors and nurses are on the front lines during the pandemic and so our hospital chaplains chaplain and doubt she at Holy Cross Medical Center in Los Angeles is a link between patient and family ties chaplain and it fully process I'm so sorry gal she holds on for miracles we try to can you re frame when America's sometimes it's living another day sometimes it's a patient opening their eyes there was one day last week eleven people died at the hospital from the coronavirus chaplain Kevin Deegan had trouble sleeping that night I just kept hearing the voices of both of the families on the iPad screaming crying asking me why why why secure their voices I could see their faces as I was going to sleep at night Deegan says he doesn't know how he survived this emotional turmoil I'm a Donahue
Rap It Out
"eleven people" Discussed on Rap It Out
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