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Goldman Sachs to invest $10 billion in Black women
"Goldman sachs was out with a report the other day it was more of an announcement with some data attached. Actually goldman is getting ten billion dollars over the next decade by repairing or starting to repair. I guess in its words. The dual and disproportionate race and gender bias. Sees that black women face as for the data goldman says there is a ninety percent gap between the wealth of black households where women are often the primary wage earner and the wealth of white households. Marketplace's eric harris has the story. Goldman sachs has had initiatives for women in small businesses before. But this past year black women dying of covid and disproportionately losing jobs. The killing of george floyd led to this initiative says asahi pompeii head of corporate engagement at goldman sachs. We knew we had to do something as it related to black women so the idea is to help black women get access to money and advance in the workforce investing in things like broadband and childcare and black neighborhoods and to partner with organizations such as power rising. That have already been doing this. Work leah. daughtry is with the nonprofit often organizations that want to new things in our communities. Do them with out talking to the people who are most affected initiatives. Like this sometimes forget. It's not just money. Women need says rhonda von shea sharp with the women's institute for science equity and race. Okay goldman you've put in ten billion. Are you really going to be sharing your network. Whenever there are initiatives that focus on marginalized groups. Black women be left behind warren professor. Stephanie query says companies often focus on race or gender the categories that they have to report to the us government about what they're doing with respect to understanding and advancing these groups that have historically been underrepresented in disadvantage is race or gender but crease says when a company like goldman sachs does something its competitors do it to america bears for marketplace
"eric harris" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"I got to interview Eric Harris last year, and it was a tremendous story. The story got even better the other day when he was named a team captain for the Las Vegas Raiders. Let's chat about his story and the start of the season right now is the Raiders do kick off their 2020 campaign in Carolina, up against the Panthers Sunday at 1 P.m. Eastern. Erik. Congratulations on all your success really do appreciate you jumping on board again and how you've been I think did man. I've been really good going well, I think they're moving really well with the whole code that saying it just making adjustments so excited to kick off the season Sunday? How do you put this into words? I know you said. There's a lot of excitement but with everything that's been going on with March and the season being up in the air and not knowing what it's going to look like, Take us through what it's like to be an athlete right now, with all the protocols and how you're just feeling with what the NFL is doing right now. Well, I think first foremost, they're doing a great job with the whole NFL in the protocols and just making things real easy, You know, Once you do something a few times repetitive, it's kind of Natural. You know, you just walk You Goto. You go to AA the parking lot and you go to the trailer. You get your test You go in and you prepare the day like it's kind of like brushing your teeth. Now, everybody kind of adapting. Like I said, they did a really good job just making things really simple for us. So when we look at this, I'm assuming with everything you're saying you feel really comfortable right now. What was there in all adjustment, or was there maybe a thought that you wouldn't play this year? Did you always know in your mind that you were going to play this upcoming season? Um, I mean, I guess it was 50 50 in my heart. I really want to be a season. But there's also some doubt then. Hey, you know, guys had to make a decision. You know financially Hey, you know there could not be a season so less. Start looking at finances and preparing like we're not gonna get paid and you know I was there, but I want to play fans, players, including coaches, so You know, Part of me definitely felt like we could make things work. I've been actually very surprised, shocked at how well and how low the numbers have been, which is pretty encouraging and means to you were being responsible and people are Social distancing and taken the precautions that they needed to take. What is the message been from coach Gruden? But with all the craziness that's going on in the world right now. Well with the virus is the biggest thing is just that's that's our biggest enemy right now, and that's the biggest. That's our biggest victory that we needed a take East Day and defeat is the virus. You know the virus is real, and it's out there and You know, just because we started season and we're we're getting things rolling and were playing games that I mean that the virus is going away and, ah, you know, everybody has to be ready at any moment. It's kind of it's a different season for sure, you know, practice squad guys traveling and whatnot. So It is different. Yeah. Eric Harris here with us. Captain for the Raiders, you know? Ah, lot of attention was going to be on the Raiders even before this, And now every team people are looking at to see how they get through this season. But for your team, you guys were in Oakland. You knew you were leaving Oakland. Now you're in Las Vegas. We talked about transitions and and a new start. I know you're not gonna have fans this year in Las Vegas, but how has that been going from Oakland to Las Vegas? It's definitely been, ah, adjustment. The weather is different. The dry heat is different, but you know the city. The fans. Everybody's been so welcoming. You know, business is out here have been reaching out and really, we're trying to get involved as much as possible and within a community to help out You know different organizations in the community. So has been super encouraging for everybody getting involved with that. So it's been on has been a nice Been a nice change about the same time. It's kind of bittersweet, You know, different feeling, and I know you. You didn't want to leave Oakland, right? You love the fans out there. I love opening things. I mean, their die hard fans so that I don't miss the taxes and all Mrs traffic. I missed. Everybody else Caress here with us is that stadium as impressive as it looks. This is unbelievable. Unbelievable. You walked out there. I mean, the field is fast. The stand. I mean, it's just a combination of all the best stadiums pretty much around the league and, ah This is I can't really I mean, I just can't wait to people Get in there. Fill that thing up. It was exciting just out of practice in there. Nonetheless, like having 7000 stands or whatever it holds having people in there and just, you know, filling that energy Before we get back to talking about this season. I want to take you back to last season. Your team was cruise and I think you guys were like six and four before that Jets game and the Jets game was just so disappointing and you guys were never able to really find that Mo mentum and the good energy that you guys had once again throughout the rest of the 2019 season. When you look back on on last season, what happened in that Jets game and then you know the rest of the way. I think it just come down the plane, you know, um, complementary football and just playing all three phases and Doing their part doing their job. And, you know, obviously there will be adversity during the season and you lose some. You win some, but you can't. You can't put bad games back to back. You gotta you gotta move on to the next game and leave that week behind and just learn from your mistakes, Really? But you know that I'm very excited by the team we have right now. Just the locker room. I thought we had a great locker room before. It's only gotten better. Um, obviously the talent has gotten better. We've got younger. We've gotten faster. We've added a good mix of veteran guys, so I'm really excited. What can fans expect out of the Raiders this year? You expect? You know, a group of guys that are gonna fly around on that field. We're going to make plays, and you know, when you turn on tape where you watched the game, you're going to see a lot of guys that are playing for each other and guys that are flying around and having fun while doing it. We had a lot of Raiders guest on recently. We had Lincoln candidate He was talking about Derek card, he said. It's put up or shut up time. Trend. Brown, One of your teammates said that he has all the confidence in the world in direct card. He believes he's going to do some special things. This year. You go up against Erik each and every day in practice, what type of Derek car you see, and so far I see a very confident their car. Um I mean, I don't think he gets enough credit. Obviously, he's a franchise of our our, our organization. So he's going to take all the heat, whether it's good or bad. And but I loved their God. Thank you, the franchise quarterback. I think he makes great decisions. Um, And you know that it's exciting. His third year in the same system, Hey, has weapons around them now, you know, first year sure, would often the line injuries last year We had skill injuries, and this year, I mean, 30 healthy and and guys are flying around them junk guys, you can tell they're young, and they don't stop. I'll tell you this, though, the game that you guys are coming up on Sunday..
A Decade Of Watching Black People Die
"Family of Kentucky Woman, shot and killed by police is demanding answers. The former, his son both white are accused of killing the unarmed black man again with the breaking news for Minneapolis violent protests raged for a second straight night, following the death of George Floyd after being arrested by a Minneapolis police officer last night, protesters turned their attention to the city's. The last few weeks have been filled with devastating news stories about police killing black people. And what is sick is that these stories have become the kind of news that we in the business call evergreen their stories that are always relevant and always in season, these calamities are so familiar. This point they're details have begun to echo each other July. Twenty fourteen, a cell phone video captured some of Eric Garner's final words as New York City Police officers sat on his head and pinned him to the ground on a city sidewalk. I can't breathe. Or May twenty fifth of this year those same words were spoken by George Floyd. Just before he died, he pleaded for release, as an officer kneeled on his neck in pins of the ground on a Minneapolis City Street, so we're at the point with verbiage, people used to plead for their lives can be re purposed as shorthand for completely different stories and part of our job here coast, which is to conceptualize and make sense of news like this. But genus is hard to come up with something new to say you know things we haven't already said or things we have already recorded protesters saying when we were both in Ferguson in August of twenty fourteen after Michael. Brown was killed by the police or when we were in Baltimore after Freddie Gray's death. I spent the day with junior. High school kids in West. Baltimore where Freddie Gray was from on the first day. Let kids return to school after all the protests and I will never forget the eighth grade boy who raised his hand to ask. Why have white people been killing us in slavery and they're still killing us. He said that on Wednesday April Twenty Ninth Twenty fifteen. Since it's so hard to come up with any fresh insights about this phenomenon. We thought we would look back to another time. When the nation turned collective attention to this perpetual problem. Jamile Smith Senior Writer for Rolling Stone magazine. In when I was at the new republic. wrote an article entitled. What does seeing black men die? Do for you. It was published on April Thirteenth Two Thousand Fifteen. We get to see black men tortured or killed by police a lot more often these days. So, it's worth recalling why a generation ago. It mattered so much to see what happened to Rodney King. Now the story that might never have surfaced if someone hadn't picked up his home video camera. We've all seen. We have certainly seen the black and white photographs and videos depicting police abuse of African Americans. And we'd seen the grainy images of lynchings passed. But the conventional ignorance was that this wasn't the America. We lived in now. Officers beating a man they had just pulled over. This was the early nineties after all. This was in America that viewed law enforcement in the context of the popular reality, show cops, and were Morton Downey Junior tabloid television style made uncensored aggression a form of entertainment. But when George Holidays video surface chuck him with batons of between fifty three and fifty six times signal to a lot of citizens, just how bad police violence visited upon marginalized communities, actually was six kicks and one officer one kick people either didn't know what was happening. or willfully ignorant of it. They needed to wake up. Say The Los. Angeles Police Department has a history of brutality and misconduct that goes back a quarter of a century day. We are not sure that the police is there to protect us. The fear of becoming the next Rodney King is still here. But what has changed is how often we are viewing that fear being realized. Jamal goes on to write that the ubiquity of cell phone cameras and dashboard cameras means this uncensored horror has become available on demand. He says he watched twenty two year old Oscar grant get shot and killed by a police officer on Youtube before it made it to broadcast news. That happened in Oakland in two thousand, nine on New Year's Day. And it really marked the beginning of this grim genre, in which the slain become memorialized as Hashtags Hashtag justice for Oscar grant and remember Walters Gun Eric Harris, Jomo rights videos of them, being killed became public almost back to back in two thousand fifteen. Both men were running away when the shots were fired. Walter Scott Fifty was trying to escape North Charleston police officer Michael slager. Who Shot him eight times in the back? Before planning evidence near his body to support a false account of the incident. Eric Harris was running from a team of Tulsa County deputies when Elderly Insurance Executive Robert Bates. WHO's donations to the SHERIFF'S OFFICE IN MODICUM? Training earned him the title of Reserve Deputy. Shot him dead.
"eric harris" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Give up the leads in those games gives the call to the bears I mean I mean I you know let the team back in the game they give up those leads and I'd come back and win the games and I got to give it to Eric Harris I tweeted out and you pay you back right on top of it as far as you know this guy let's let's call what is I mean he's a he's a guy that you know we're looking to get some minutes from you know the beginning of the season think in our secondary is strong enough with you know some new faces but this guy has stepped up he has a knack to be around the ball and so when you go to they combine now in in may I can group you know those guys are familiar with going to the combines it is great to you know see what athletes can do and you know most the time it's without any pads on or what and so you assess a guy tell lies within you know green in may I think companies these guys go after the film and any really break down the film but may have to guide it's always really paid attention to the college game as well as any body and soul he looks for those intangibles he looks for those things that make somebody a football player not just an athlete and so I feel the raiders have grab some guys like in other words when you watch a Max Crosby go like you know what F. fifty around but this guy's a freaking football player I want this guy on my team and so we breaks the hand there in you know camp there on hard knocks you saw this case like are a give me the club band I'm ready to go back in and then you know you kind of have to assess and say alright look you convinced that you're going to make the squad we need to hear you have we don't want to be permanently damage for the season thank you got potential so we're gonna hold on to you and I love it and I I just feel so confident right now with the combination of may I can group Matt I just feel like they're making some really solid roster.
Raiders rally to beat Chargers 26-24
"The raiders have won two games in five days of a score late fourth quarter touchdown to beat the Chargers twenty six twenty four Derek Carr was twenty one of thirty one for two hundred eighteen yards and a touchdown rookie Josh Jacobs had seventy one yards rushing on sixteen carries including the game winning eighteen yard touchdown safety Eric Harris had two interceptions the second of which was a fifty six yard return for a score of things was struggling in the first but you know they they they made account when you need it soon and you know credit to those guys for applying pressure and put us in a in a situation and again to close out the game for the Chargers Philip rivers was seventeen of thirty one for two hundred seven yards throwing two touchdowns and two interceptions Melvin Gordon the third at a hundred yards rushing and a TD Riley on Oakland
"eric harris" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride
"There. Were you surprised at any other people they can now. No i mean people who've been chattering about treating karl-josef all offseason long but i never truly believed that it was ever going to happen. I think they're going to give him another year <hes> to prove themself to decide whether they're gonna sign them long term or not. I wasn't surprised at all about who were on this team. I think they all deserve to be there. Yeah i mean it seemed almost like a like a foregone losing to be joseph and abram starting and riley in harris as their backups and that was <hes> and i thought that was it. I thought it was just like they're gonna keep those four safeties in like down levitt really i remember as i spoke to eric harris last year and i i asked awesome point blank. Is there anybody. Is there anybody in this camp that has really really stood out <unk> stood out to you and he said down levitt but he also was his roommate and training camp so i was like well i i mean you pick the easy one you know so i didn't really necessarily cavaliers by into what we saying for that reason but <hes> i guess he was right. I mean the and when you're in a position like ca- undrafted guy in that you'll for harris or limit the the way into the way you break into this n._f._l. Is through special teams and maybe maybe a harrison pressed upon him that the concept may be new already knows yeah well. You need guys like that those those real ballers on special teams. If you wanna have a solid business i was watching a video made by john walk of espionage and set out to him the other day on the two thousand and six. I believe it was six chargers. <hes> who had the top offense number one and the number one defense but missed the playoffs and why because they're special teams was that bad they gave up kick return touchdown punt return touchdowns. They couldn't kick steal. It couldn't kick an extra point. They would miss a field goal and lose a game by field goal. I b- i think they went nine and seven when by just the ritual their offense defense defense. They should have gone fourteen and two so you need guys like that. We're going to step up on the return or not you know the coverage teams <hes> or you're you're going to have a bad time. Football is special teams as they say and there are a few guys that we know that the raiders do not discount special teams..
"eric harris" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Monda see white bell trae and Luca and Jeff Williams pitching for the giants in that. Last lineup Marvin Bernard Bill Miller bonds, Kent Ellis Burks, JT snow richer, really Brenton main and Shawn ESTES. Oh, this is the way it goes giants. I Marvin Bernard. He's going to play a role in this. When he gets a home run and Benardus and if back. The plate and knows just what to do. Get back on the. Sixty two the year. Giants are one thing. But the dodgers are hitting today. Second inning young goods Alana kit. RBI's dodgers up to one giants third. They tied up a double for Shawn ESTES. Bill miller. Knox Amon to to the dodger fourth though, mandis secrets Alana can white RBI's dodgers are up for two. Now. The last scores for the giants come in the fifth inning and the dodgers it well in hand in this game for the giants are really gets a base hit. Brent Mayne gets a walk. Jake cannizzaro member him gets a single load the bases. Marvin Benard another hit makes it five. Three can't walks in a run makes it five four. So we go to the ninth inning. The giants now down nine to four Sean S's gone three two thirds innings for the lefty eight hits five runs six walks and three strikeouts. And this is the way candlestick. And for the giants j t snow pops up to show. Short Orillia Basit. Ramon martinez. Abass hit Mirabella strikes out. And here comes Marvin Benard last batter at candlestick. He grounds out the Caros fans on their feet. Hit on the ground cares. Eric Harris, go to the bag and that's the ballgame. And the dodgers win the game nine two four nine fifteen zero for the dodgers for the giants. They scored four runs in the game in their last game at Candlestick Park. Surprising to see more of Venar hit went out that day. It was very warm day as any of us who were there. Recall candlestick, remain candlesticks, very end who's day game. And it was hot. And the wind wasn't falling kale. Sick often. Bandbox not the pitcher's park. Often was attended that game. I remember Marvin. So run a line drive clear feel fence Sonus by the way was bitterly disappointed.
"eric harris" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride
"Eric Harris, Eric thanks for coming on. With me. Today are pressured you have meal. All right. Well, just first off house here. What's your off season been like so far? We're a little over a month in his been the eventful. I imagine. It's been school drop off changing diapers. Pick dinnertime bath time. But time story. No. It's been a blessing. It's been a blessing hanging being back with the family. So really hold that mode. You know, I've just got back into the gym starting to hit the weights and everything like that starting to get back into it. So we're not you. I think I saw something that you were you at the senior bowl. I was I was at the senior bowl. I drove it was about two hours Lou less than two hours, you know, away from where I stay, and I I haven't met Mike may get. So I want to I went to meet him. I thought that was a big a big deal for me, you know, to get to know him, and you know, put a face to my name for him. And you know, the the other coaches as well. So did you did you attend for the for the whole week? Or did you just go for one day? Or would you do? I I made it for a Thursday practice. My intentions were to make it for Wednesday Wednesday practice, but had storm really bad. So we can't go ahead. And I just went out the following day. That's cool. So it was that was was that the main reason why was important to be out. There is just meet mayo in the coaches were there anything more to it. No, no, not really just to see the the coaches and meet Mr. may act, and you know, coming from a small school. I thought it was pretty cool. Is that you you you always hear about it Sogame guy hose play in you know, guys that big time names need a little more exposure. So you hear about it coming out of college? So it was pretty cool to see the see how it was ran. So, you know, you talk about a guy, you know, you being a guy that come coming out small school. And and you know, we talked this last year in the game. You're like a pretty amazing your mazing story really about you work into Batato factory and various other things and. And you know, right about that time Gruden was had mentioned you a couple of times standing out in the off season. When you were when you were, you know, with your humble beginnings, and the you kind of your special teams guy kind of exclusively for quite a while and CFL and with the saints and whatnot. Did you ever at that? In those instances like did you have in? Did you envision yourself as being being starting NFL safety as you ended up being last season for few games? Though, those my goal, you know, I thought I had the -bility to play at this level, obviously and to start you know, so that was my goal and my role and the previous years where special team. So, you know, a big goal was just to get that special teams label off of me, you know, I'll be twenty nine this year, and, you know, twenty eight during the season, I was and I just thought it was a big time my career in point at time in my life that where you know, this is the year for that to happen. Did you did you ever have any young players on the team last year? Because I imagine they probably caught wind of, you know, your story, and how you you kinda rising up than anybody any of them ever approach you for any kind of advice..
"eric harris" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Have run out of resources and out of time. I'm Eric Harris for marketplace. Report on something for a whole year. You'll learn some things we put some of our key findings from our twelve months of looking into how the financial crisis changed this economy, and the people living in it on our website today lessons of how housing has changed in the last ten years is it marketplace dot org slash divided decade. With an eye on the monetary policy calendar, which is a snooty way of saying the fed meets this week on interest rates. We're going to revisit some people. We had on the program about a month and a half ago talking about inflation, which as we have been telling you is sitting just about two point two percent on an annualized basis pretty much where the fed wanted. Anyway, we'd asked these folks what they might not buy if prices got too high wine cable television movies and dating apps came up on that list. But then we also asked them what they would by no matter what and we got appliances newspaper deliver. Ye journalism also milk. So we call them back up the other day to see how they are feeling now. Hey, marketplace, this is Michael Devitt in Boise, Idaho. As a healthcare practitioner, I hate to share this. But some lab tests that I get frequently the last time I had it about two weeks ago. The price was almost fifteen percent higher than it is typically been so that. A little bit of a shock. And I know you're wanting to know more about inflation. But just in terms of spending power, my wife, and I just recently got our property taxes Sussman and for the second year in a row our taxes have gone up twenty three percent. So that equates to about three hundred and fifty dollars a month extra that we will be paying for our mortgage. All marketplace international Walgreens has started carrying again, the milk brand that I like, and they're carrying it for what they used to carry it, which is about sixty seven cents cheaper than the local supermarkets. I mean, it's less than a dollar difference. But an all that helps high marketplace, this is Ellen Murphy in prairie village, Kansas. Well, since last time the romaine lettuce recall happened, and so I bought a lot of different lettuces. And I usually do but I found that the red and green. Leaf lettuce. Spinach is and the sales were extremely inexpensive. I don't know if they were marked down because the romaine was unavailable,.
"eric harris" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Resources and out of time. I'm Eric Harris for marketplace. Report on something for a whole year. You'll learn some things we put some of our key findings from our twelve months of looking into how the financial crisis changed this economy, and the people living in it on our website today lessons of how housing has changed in the last ten years is it marketplace dot org slash divided decade. With an eye on the monetary policy calendar, which is a snooty way of saying the fed meets this week on interest rates. We're going to revisit some people. We had on the program about a month and a half ago talking about inflation, which as we have been telling you is sitting at just about two point two percent on an annualized basis pretty much where the fed wanted. Anyway, we'd asked these folks what they might not buy if prices got too high wine cable television movies and dating apps came up on that list. But then we also asked them what they would bind no matter what and we got appliances newspaper. Delivery journalism also milk. So we call them back up the other day to see how they are feeling now. Hey, marketplace, this is Michael Devitt in Boise, Idaho. As a healthcare practitioner, I hate to share this. But some lab tests that I get frequently the last time I had it about two weeks ago. The price was almost fifteen percent higher than it is typically been so that was a little bit of a shock. And I know you're wanting to know more about inflation. But just in terms. Of spending power my hyphen. I just recently got our property taxes Sussman and for the second year in a row our taxes have gone up twenty three percent. So that equates to about three hundred and fifty dollars a month extra that we will be paying for our mortgage all marketplace and us Walgreens started carrying again, the milk brand that I like and they're carrying for what they used to carry it, which is about sixty seventy cents cheaper than the local supermarkets. I mean, it's it's less than a dollar difference. But a little bit helps high marketplace, this is Ellen Murphy in prairie village, Kansas. Well since last time the romaine lettuce recall happened, and so I got a lot of different lettuces than I usually do. But I found that the red and green leaf lettuce. Spinach is and the kale's were extremely inexpensive. I don't know if they were marked down because the romaine.
"eric harris" Discussed on KGO 810
"In the days of the day eric harris we could try to console ourselves with the thought that there was nothing we could do that no law our intervention or restriction on guns could make a difference in the face of someone so evil if you don't know the whole story he was a true psychopath but the riot is now engulfed the boys who were once content to play with chemistry sets in the basement the problem is not that there's an endless supply of deeply disturbed young men who are willing to contemplate or if it act it's worse it's that young men no longer need to be deeply disturbed to contemplate horrific acts indeed it's the pattern of elaborate preparation an obsession with the subculture mass shooters that has led in part to my own advocacy of the gun violence restraining order etcetera etcetera and there's no doubt that the way we handle it in the media we reach more people with how okay it is to be part of this right the disabled lower the fresh hold the discussion of this guy was jilted by a girlfriend the latest guy i don't know if it's true or not or jilted by girl who wanted to go out with and therefore he blah blah blah i didn't hear anybody in the mainstream news media because they claimed that you know we're not here to express opinions even though they do every moment with the stories they choose in the way they report them but nobody said he was angered because a girl wouldn't go out with him which is bizarre because every single human being on earth deals with that at least once every single one of us and then the father of the shooter comes out and says you know i don't consider my son a criminal i consider him a victim he was a victim of bullying nobody stands up and says everybody gets bullied or pushed around a little or.
"eric harris" Discussed on WTMA
"One of the other narratives that that has come up after the last couple of school shootings and this has been promoted a lot by conservatives which i think is a very important argument to make that you know the left automatically says guns must go right but as we know guns have we've had much easier access to guns in our history guns were actually easier to access years ago yet these things didn't happen so since you're dressing the fact that you wish all americans to give up their second amendment right and believe it's antiquated then should we think about giving up other rights because the fact of if it isn't the gun because it was easier access to guns is is apparently the environment and what we are teaching our kids so should we be teaching our kids something differently by the way david french had an article in national review where he was talking about some of the studies showing that even in this case a kid wearing the trench coat that that that school shootings since you know the columbine with dylan klebold eric harris and eric harrison have led the imagery of the majority of school shootings since that point right now and he said that because it's part of the popular culture one of the points brought from that is what somebody else actually does can influence other people so what you actually see what your environment is what you respond to what is pounded into your head over and over again by the media whatever can have an effect on you well then should we stop should should if you believe that other people french didn't say this i'm i'm asking this question that that if we're being told that everybody needs.
"eric harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Totally so do you think that the school shootings which are done primarily by individuals not as parts as part of groups also pretend almost entirely by males also has something to do with masculinity in a way you can put your finger on i think so school shootings have gone through a couple of different phases and since columbine virtually every single rampage school shooting except the one in florida has ended with a suicide what we're looking at right he now ever since dylan klebold and eric harris every one of those guys basically wanted to die and what they wanted to do is take take their tormentors with them they want to go out in a blaze of glory it was it was suicide by mass murderer in a way not suicide by you know the phrase suicide by cop so if you follow that first of all nncholas cruises outlier because he did not die and he's the first mass shooter who who didn't i in a really long time second though is arming teachers could not be more wrong because now you're going to inspire guys who have basic giga commit suicide by teacher so i think that that's really important prior to this the difference between the mass shooter say dylann roof and dylan klebold dylann roof wanted to live because he wanted to watch the race war that his actions were going to ignite dylan klebold wanted to die and he wanted to take as many of his tormentors with him many of these guys have been bullied savagely tormented constantly tortured and and they just they break they couldn't take it anymore you're describing the book how unlike femininity only masculinity tends to need to be actively proven.
"eric harris" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Washington post coverage of this said that he intended to kill himself with a shotgun according to chat messages that he add by the way he didn't have access to a shock on that were aware of uh but this is you know this was a part of his plan was the idea that he would kill south and go and go back to this chat messages dear is on tumbler he discovered as something called the true crime community on tumbler we're fans of serial killers a mass murderers hang out in this community and talk about their shared devotion to serial killers and mass murderers maybe we should be looking at things like that his instagram username included nbk for the movie natural born killers as i said he this guy's the thirty is third gunman to cite harris and cleveland's eric harris dylan klebold they were the two columbine shooters who started this whole thing so so you know this is just goes to the idea that these are copycat killers and that's why they use the air fifteen and has nothing to do with easily gun or anything along those lines or that it's a weapon of war all this other stuff that people are saying it's because these are copycat killers they do a lot of research before they do this and they see what the other school shooters before them did but the fact that there are communities on line that are devoted to this i think we need to look at that as well i don't i don't i'm not a big fan of censorship but i wonder if we know that that is what is those are breeding grounds for these kids than maybe that is something we should sensor of well i mean this is definitely serial killers threat history of us have been always something that's a subject to fascination you don't have to be a future ciro killer to be interested.
"eric harris" Discussed on Otters Talking Politics
"We have to let people report we have to and we have to do the angels we'll do an investigation right and know whether or not it's a legitimate threat but we shouldn't ignored the threat but we should definitely right allow it to play out it should be an immediate repercussions the issue is people saying that they want to shoot up school the issue is that it's the first indicator that they will shoot up a school and that we don't want our schools shot up right so if i say to my friend that's my plan should you be able to go to a cop getting affidavit in search my house stephanie sure yeah but should i get immediately expelled from school all know kids are fucking idiots they make jokes like that all the time the thing is if you take them seriously you check their house wrote you look for shit on that to see if that's real or not if it's not real you say hey don't fucking make jokes like that saw fucking funny won't the fbi to come into your room a gun in expose your porn bags to your mom again no don't do that shit 60s yeah it is the '60s be you know what i'm saying don't dog and do that should it's stupid oh shit i'm sorry right but um i don't know how to wrap it up that's what i learned that those are my thoughts of the day while this will be a little bit of of a pivot but since we are speaking about columbine one thing that a lot of people forget about columbite is that armed guards actually did confronts the two shooters when they when they're bob's essentially failed and they started to come into the field they were met with two armed officers who shot at the two students in alerted the whole school essentially to what's going to happen uh which did two things one i believe they actually shot one of the shooter's injuring him slightly i think they shot eric harris because you're his his gun jammed for a second there yeah right so the it the injured a shot him but i'm not entirely sure about that but they definitely caused him to fire his gun so much that had jammed and became useless render yeah one of his weapons useless uh in the.
"eric harris" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"There are being number of these perpetrators of school shootings were either on or just as i said coming off of psychiatric medications for example the columbine mass killer eric harris was taking lou vox it's similar prozac paxil zoloft effect sore um one of these sort of powerful antidepressants well loobox manufacturer according to this peace solvay pharmaceuticals concedes listen to this that in short term controlled clinical trials four percent of children and youth taking move walks and that's one in 25 experienced very dangerous side effects including developing mania dangerous and violenceprone mental derangement and severe delusion this author then list you can read the peace herself i mean i'm talking school shooting after school shooting after school shooting after school shooting in which the shooters were all either on medication or coming off of medication one of the most notorious was andrea yates you know the one the drowned or five kids well apparently she kept going on and her friends testify to this for years that she believed the devil had entered her mind she believed that she was in demonic possession that she kept suffering delusions in a loose summations that somehow she was possessed by the devil and so the only way to end this possession was to sacrifice our kids drown them and then for her to be executed so she could stop hearing these voices in her head well she was taking effect sore for years affect sore has now recently admitted that one of the drugs socalled rare adverse sideeffects is homeless seidel delusions.
"eric harris" Discussed on KGO 810
"You know on i think i would do that i'm willing to do that which is to serving because that makes the spread of the phenomenon more a pyramid yeah than a line absolutely in the first thing he says is important and it's an that is definitely not being discussed on in the in the hour since this latest shooting it's a social phenomenon it's not an individual what happened to this person or uh or or or talking about the specific gone or or medication or even anything like that it's a social phenomenon something that's going on in society lengthy it it can be both or all because there's something that makes that first personal chuck iraq the sort of person who would chuck iraq but in the absence of the other people chucking rocks they're not gonna chuck rocks so it's it's both you have to take it from both sides but it's absolutely true and others more on this and i think this lesson goes to the question of blame eric harris way back when he was not our fault aircar psychopath right he did all that himself but jonah do is a very different story he's not a psychopath he's a nerd and forty years ago he would be playing with his chemistry set in the basement and dreaming of being an astronaut because that was the available cultural narrative of that moment right that was that would be the cultural narrative that was appropriate for someone with his interests now he's dreaming of blowing up schools right he did not come up with that himself he got it from the society of which he's apart and we are responsible for that and i think the second point follows from the first and that is no you look at the news every time one of these things happens like with the oregon shooting this week and the temptations to say wow what a what a society full of sick people we have you know mike huckabee said yesterday we've got a problem with uncivilized savages now you used the conclusion we draw is that.
"eric harris" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"At a walgreens store and reno on the same day he was prescribed this struck and that drug ladies and gentlemen can add often will can trigger aggressive behavior and psychotic experiences and it may have just amplified it as a result somebody may be taking alcohol we don't know anything about that yet but in two thousand fifteen a study published by world psychiatry found that teens convicted of homicide were fifth a forty five percent more likely to kill during time periods when they were taking this same drug ugh forty five percent and you don't most mass shooters that we know of today if you go back and you study this we're taking some form of medical drugs some form of drug four mental illness like ssris drugs the serotonin select serotonin reuptake inhibitor drugs like prozac in seoul often and all that or some other drug you look back and you see the columbine killer eric harris batman the shooter james homes of the charleston church shooter dylann roof and sandy hook the gunman their adema allance all of us were either taking some drug or had been taking a drug drugging abruptly stopped it now is there a connection nobody is going to know a 100 percent for sure but it seems awful suspicious when you see this up pattern unfolding over and over and over again now of course you're not gonna see a lot of this documentation on television because these pharmaceutical giants who produce these drugs spin khin huge amounts of money billions and billions of dollars a year on directed consumer you on television advertising each and every year and by running any kind of a negative story with respect to these drugs your literally dissing your sponsors you're saying something about a company who may not like what you say and may polder advertising based on that and of course these networks fear this happening.
"eric harris" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton
"Deeply mentally ill and i'm talking about out of touch with reality and these are usually schizophrenia sometimes paranoid schizophrenia are different variations but really whether touring voices are just not really in touch with reality um and you get people like virginia tech gaby gifford actually the sevennation of reagan that guy hinckley they actually out now because he's under treatment um so that's step number two and a third which is by far the least common if echo path um and they'll genuine singleness yes genuine psychopath have no empathy um and that you know with eric harris from columbine with that type dylan klebold from columbine was the anger depressive number by the way so in this case we don't we don't know whether this person fits in at you know by the way than there are some other out wires or sometimes brain tumor for other actual physical uh brain or organic problem can can lead to situations very very rare um anyway the three you know it's way too early to tell but i kinda surprised that i've been hearing more and more um expertly fbi profile irs advanced the possibility that this may well have been a psychopath now i wanted to say that that one possibility and one thing that we should be exploring this rare rather rare and this person is showing some you know put some bits of that so that's a thing to explore what use birth add foods highly unlikely that be in that one but this time with like okay that's that should be in the mix of something that we're thinking about.
"eric harris" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Not all of them are under some kind of psychiatric drugs is so is it the drugs that helped promote this anger this craziness in these people or are they already that way in will they do that even without the drugs well it it isn't really all by but certainly of very big percentage of people who commit thief horrendously violent acts are taking the drought and some time it already have violent tender fee i was an expert uh consult who can surrounding james holmes who is the wish shuden james holmes who went to hit psychiatrists and graduate that was the theatre right eva's aurora yeah yeah and he went to him and said i'm hearing so violent on the fate oh my god and she got very worried of adams who is there any violent and what does she do on that she could give dole waft which is a drug that can coerce coast because at the end just like the anti economy anti anti questions court aca heavier and get crazy and create a year on goal law and does all of the you know the getting of the weapons and the making of the plan who's on so um he stopped hit the when he when he quit all but he's already it may psychotic and you just don't recover right away eric harris another you know that could a terrible columbine y'all uh violin in the school or got to see his record and uh and the case of of as a medical expert and eric harris was not violent before he was put on another similar antidepressant these are all salute a prozac act so it called fsr ryan thank you he would he was having some sort of obsessive what uh i you know he was a kid with some problems and he got put on loobox you can he can get crazy crazy over that period of more than a year that he's on a drug any taking it in increasing dose it's cried and he guided me can money when he anti men and when he kills people killed himself he's on the junk at the time and there's just half the case like that so i would say sometimes it makes people where some time out of the blue with create violent suicide title feeling but not all of these people are are on strike most of them has certainly been whose psychiatry angry you could say the great majority even organic shows you the kaya treat.