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"erica garner" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:54 min | 5 months ago

"erica garner" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Number of customers inside eleven forty seven and now to Monday's change it within the NYPD getting rid of the anti crime unit more on this where they occur Linda Lopez you talk with Beloit college criminal justice professor and former NYPD captain Jonny turno this was the unit that was it that had No officers from this unit were involved in Erica garner's death and obviously this comes as we hear several calls for police reform across the country do you think this is a knee jerk reaction I do I think that the city is at this point probably looking at things that they can do that would at least in some way ameliorate some of the situation that's going on Eric garner's death is is horrible very terrible situation but all officers do deserve due process and the the system must work through so that officers need to be defended by both the police commissioner and the mayor they need to stand by these officers and not just dismantle very successful programs like the anti crime unit that helped to bring down crime to its levels that we're seeing now with New York is one of the safest big cities in America and to keep it that way we need these units to be supported by the mayor and by the police department not just dismantled due to political expediency and we know that big budget cuts may be coming for the NYPD and we've heard very strong reactions about the cuts from police unions what arguments are they making well I certainly think that making cuts to police departments is a is a big mistake right now in this type of atmosphere we actually need more money for police departments training body cameras memory for body cameras hiring professional officers these types of things are very very expensive and should simply because the budgets you are going to end up with the police department that's less professional not more professional which is what we need at this moment then let's see what do you say to those who say there is too much police excessive use of force well there's no doubt that there are issues especially when we see things like Chauvin that was horrible horrible and disgusting what happened there that is not a professional officer but if you want more Sheldon's cut the budgets that is John eterno he's a criminal justice professor from Molloy college and a former NYPD captain thank you for joining us yeah well thank you eleven forty nine the.

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"erica garner" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"erica garner" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"To forty over the cardinals in Mobile's ACC opener again trying to explain it. With fifteen teams playing in ACC basketball, you have an unbalanced schedule. So you're not going to have every team in action at any one time. So the cardinals were left out at least at the start. But they'll make it up with a four games over the next eleven days. Couple of other college basketball finals from earlier today, George Washington, which went four and nine in the non conference schedule get off to a one start in the Atlantic. Ten George Washington seventy Saint Joseph's fifty six and navy which has also struggled in the early season gets a conference win over. Holy cross. Maybe defeats the crusaders fifty to forty eight. As you mentioned the university of Louisville women's stay undefeated or the twenty two point road win today at Duke, they held the blue devils to just thirty one percent and fifty one points. Global winds at seventy three to fifty one. Erica garner had twenty three points little moves to fourteen and no on the season and men's play last night. If you're not here it if you did not hear number six Nevada laws for the first time on the season. They were beaten handily by conference rival New Mexico, Nevada shot only thirty three percent New Mexico over the Wolfpack eighty five to fifty eight NBA basketball one final score. Karl Anthony towns twenty eight points, eighteen rebounds. Minnesota drug Los Angeles, Lakers one zero eight to eighty six who without LeBron James and the lineup are really struggling the Lakers dropped their third game in a row NFL playoff. Football have gone to the fourth quarter. Now at Chicago in the Philadelphia Eagles have gone up ten to nine over the bears. The bears field goals. In fact, the only touchdown of the game. A ten yard touchdown pass in the third quarter by Nick foles again right now. Philadelphia leads at ten to nine earlier today at Baltimore the Los Angeles chargers advanced or the twenty three to seventeen victory over the Baltimore Ravens. Lamar Jackson through to touch. Down passes in the fourth quarter to make it close. But otherwise Lamar really struggled in his first playoff start. He had an interception. Lost a fumble. And was sacked seven times with the victory. The chargers. Advance on to a game next Sunday against the New England Patriots. Cardinal basketball where again, Miami came out red hot much as they did in their loss. Earlier this week North Carolina State tonight against the cardinals. They jumped ahead nineteen to nine extended that to thirty two fifteen before the final the cardinals finally got started primarily in the presence of Jordan warrior who took part in our first half play of the game. Brought to you by Bud Light official sponsor of Louisville. Cardinals reminds you to drink responsibly. Mold..

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"erica garner" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"erica garner" Discussed on KOMO

"That i kept myself safe from them even though i really think the top leads be had with police how do you not kill us and so i am that has been the conversation and i have a child that i will have the talk with them and it it's sad that have to i've had that after i had to have the talk with my nephew uh who is probably eleven years old the first time that he was stop and frisk by the police he was twelve years old the first time that police put gowns out at him while he was running down an alleyway 'cause he was trying to get home because it was passes curfew and so i'm that talk has the happen really young with our children because our children are seen as children this is black history month we offer call a black futures ma'am and he added has great titles for a year what does black history month futures meantime you and what should the legacy of black history month b or folks who follow black lives matter on twitter and and um on instagram as we celebrate black features month really highlighting poets and graphic designers i am are china visualize a black future um and also in honor of erica garner who passed away abc just recently due to health complications after having birth given birth a retrial and i think for me um this month as a as a celebratory month it's a month where we should be reminding ourselves of black folks who often don't get the shine that they might that they need to uh black women in particular who have spent so much time trying to literally make this america a place that's for all of us that we tell their story that we tell the full story ele baker the full story of rosa parks the fourth story of harriet tubman at the full story of mushipe john said i think the this is what black history month should before coming up a red card circling the red planet on perspective after this do you have it's too big price drop it mattress firm we dropped the.

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"erica garner" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"erica garner" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"And you know you can see i'm constantly region articles in during the research on my dad's case but i'm not taking care of me well our next guest has been studying the effects of stress caused by police violence and trauma and black women christon smith is associate professor of african african diaspora studies and anthropology at university of texas austin recent article for the conversation is headlined the full out of police violence this killing black women like eric garner smith is also the author of afro paradise blackness violence and performance in brazil professor christian smith welcome to democracy now talk about erica coroner's death and this stress that she did acknowledge and the horror that she faced brought upon her she did not ask to become an activist like she spent the last three years of her life fighting for justice in the killing of her father police choke cold death of her father eric rotation to come here and speak about this today i think this is an extremely important issue when i heard that erica garner had had a heart attack i was devastated and i was devastated primarily because i thought to myself oh my goodness this is happening again i've seen as happened so many times before so basically when the police kill someone we only think about the impacted that death has in the moment we think about the bullets we think about the baton blows we think about the taize ing we think about the beating but we don't think about the lingering effects and so for me police violence is like a nuclear bomb the initial blast is only a fraction of what is here to come and so in the aftermath of a nuclear bomb we know that we have fallout and the trauma of police violence is like fallout and it kills you slowly like kick but like the cancer that kills you because of fallout and when i listen to air could garners stories when she talks about her trauma winch in she talked about alive in it she this was beating her down and having effects on her health and she talked about the fact that you know look at vina browder who was khalif crowder's mother and look at what the stress did to her and.

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"erica garner" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"erica garner" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Twenty seven on december 30th off to an asthma induced heart attack four months after giving birth to her second child erikas father eric garner was killed when police officers and staten island wrestled him to the ground pinned him down and applied a fatal chokehold in two thousand fourteen outside the funeral shannon jones of the anti police brutality organization why accountability read from placards about erikas death gene the died a heart attack arab attributed her failing health so the drama of racial injustice a new study mothers in new york city found that black mothers twelve times more likely to die then why mothers and that racism and that racism joe five on gas eggs twenty seven that game sun naming him after her father erika said hard but you have to keep going no matter how long it takes we deserve justice no matter how long it takes we just have just no matter we just stay this is not an isolated event shannon jones of the anti police brutality group why accountability chanting outside the funeral of erica garner who died just four months after giving birth to her second child named for her father eric garner we turn now to a new propublica investigation that suggests sarah corners postpartum death might be part of a wider national problem in which hospitals are failing african american mothers leading to disproportionately high maternal mortality rates every year in the us between seven hundred nine hundred women die from causes related to pregnancy and childbirth for every woman who dies dozens more experienced severe and sometimes lifethreatening complications annually here in new york city black mothers or twelve times more likely to die than white mothers sets agreeing statistic comes from this new investigation by propublica one new propublica article headlined how hospitals are failing black mothers reveals women who deliver at hospitals that disproportionately serve african american mothers are at a higher risk of danger the article notes while part of the disparity can be attributed to factors like poverty inadequate access to healthcare there is growing evidence that point to the quality of care at hospitals where a disproportionate number of black.

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"erica garner" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"erica garner" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Impetus for the nineteen fifty five his dark montgomery bus boycott and oprah's powerful speech as now ignited a whole lot as speculation on whether she should run for president in twenty torn a longstanding so may stead men said one report well she'll absolutely do it is up to the people gonna be interest uh i think that it is very interesting that we are seeing all of this speculation what are you have to say should oprah ron should others wrong what needs to happen but less not get past we've got a big election before twenty twenty an estimate term elections right now can the democrats take the house of representatives back can they take the it back i think that that is going to be something that we have to deal with and i think that it is something that we we have to really focuses on because if there's going to be any defence at all in the next almost three years of the trump administration if he is not removed by the mullahs special prosecutors investigation you're gonna have to have the congress check him it is not about a democratic body is about protecting our interests i had the chamber democratic party on by sunday morning show yesterday on msnbc politics nation and i had you'll yang castro enact john both of them were what is the message what is the rally in crap we must dan though for hours in these elections they are many governors up many in congress and the senate we need to stand up so a lot to talk about today and we going to get to all of it we also today remembering erica garner snipes daughter over ghana who died of a police choko in 2014 i'll be leaving the surely my friend and brother andrea egli sean is gonna be with us as i go to join the family who will be going to private viewing and then a public service that i will give the eulogy she represented one who turned a pain in the powell it heard every time she saw that video father being choked by new york city police in saying eleven tax i can't brie and they did release the grip on him it shook the nation but imagine what it did these children his wife his grant you it broke or hot.

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"erica garner" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"erica garner" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Has shaped um the movement going forward and many other agenda on an entire generation of activists what do you think when you look at the black lives matter movement where wool her efforts be most felt well all the rain as again he's with campaign zero which is you know not affiliated with black lives matter that will be patrice opel alesia and i know that patrice has been really close with air because she was one of the people who walked out of the town hall abc town hall win at abc reneged on allowing her to ask president obama question so i think as far as black lives matters movement instance ring no black myth censoring queer people censoring washington last moody's not just lack near these but now latino communities and indigenous communities and working class and people antipoverty that that is where the movement has gone across the nation there have been not only just marches and you know things that they like to make salacious on television there have been really deep policy that that that have been affected they there's the movement for black lives agenda that is you know extensive i invite everyone to read it to see what the movement is about um as opposed to just what you see on tv half this against answering black we will have to leave at their kirsten at less of ali rights for the publication the root we've been remembering the life of erica garner whose father eric garner was killed at the hands of police in 2014 they so much for your time this morning kirsten thank you you're listening to npr news two from npr news in washington i'm shannon van sant the house and senate return from recess this week and lawmakers are set to take up some familiar battles from last year and pierre scott newman reports democrats want a deal on darko the program that allows some immigrants who came to the us illegally as children to stay but president trump is threatening to kill daca unless he gets his wall on the mexico border another challenge for lawmakers will be just keeping the governmentfunded they punted last month and passed a resolution that only keeps things going until january 19th they'll have to.

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"erica garner" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"erica garner" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Percent or more eric garner has died while link after suffering an asthma attack that triggered cardiac arrest she was the eldest daughter of eric garner the staten island man who died in police custody after he was arrested for selling loose cigarettes three years ago now sharpton spoke of erica garner is national action network meeting early yesterday oh boy does she because was already jewish kunduz justice america has become an outspoken advocate for police reform after her father died she was only twenty seven years old and the mother of two children are really creepy guy from the state of washington has been busted for allegedly massaging a teenage boys back without his permission as happened friday at newark liberty airport after touching the 14yearold the police say he handed him a note with ten dollars inside an envelope the note read these monies for letting me give you a massage thank you but they say the note also had other rather lurid details the suspect is 34yearolds sherwin shagen the daily news says the man is known as the piggyback banned it on the west coast why because he likes to get high school athletes to defend piggyback writes he goes to their games and pretend to sees a volunteer he gives out cold drinks and he convinces them to give him a piggyback there was a deadly fire in albany villa long island saturday morning 43yearold rufino sarkar was killed her husband escaped with minor injuries while they haven't said what caused the fire it's not believed to be suspicious at this time and the icy weather were having can be so dangerous if you're outside now the brooklyn examiner the medical examiner will determine if the weather led to the death of a woman she worse thirty nine years old and her body was found at six a m in a parking lot are these 21st street near did miss avenue law enforcement sources say she may have been drinking for stena liz next door to the law and is surprised by this i will and expect that to happen around here is people tend to come around marking in my so i would be hard to imagine that someone wouldn't see her which now up to the medical examiner to determine if this woman who lived in the area did indeed freeze to death.

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"erica garner" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"erica garner" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Erica garner helped start black lives matter and that happened after her father died in 2014 when new york city police put him in a chokehold his final words i can't breathe caught on video and went viral exclusive eric a suffered a heart attack last week but never recovered she was twenty seven 2017 was a year of deadly violence including several mass shootings one man illinois making it his mission to make sure that the victims are remembered familiar to medi art these symbols of light and empathy at seem to appear at the dork crime scenes no matter where nationwide crosses with a red heart picture and the name of each innocent person murder the causes aren't massproduced each one is made by hand here in grape zana's is unassuming garage in suburban chicago so they get to know this somebody loves them and somebody cares griggs says he's handcrafted nearly twenty one thousand crosses when he finds out about a shooting more attack he gets to work fox's matt finn florida drivers may soon be banned from doing something dangerous while driving forty three states flat out do not allow motorists to text while driving period florida however isn't one of them the state's roadways are already among the deadliest in the us nearly twenty seven hundred have been killed in crashes this year alone the number of those killed while texting is it known current state law considers doing so a secondary offence but now the state legislatures considering a bill that would allow police to tickets some one for texting while driving federal statute show that in 2015 nearly thirty five hundred people were killed in accidents involving texting or distracted driving.

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"erica garner" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"erica garner" Discussed on NPR News Now

"An republicans agree the program should be renewed for five years but have failed to reach an agreement on how to pay for it patty name and npr news charities are worry that the new tax law will discourage donations although there seeing a surge in last minute giving this year as donors try to optimize their tax breaks and pierce fat pam fess ler has more the new lull lowers tax rates and increases the standard deduction which means fewer people itemize and those who do will get a smaller tax break i lean haisman of national philanthropic trust which manages donor funds says people are rushing to give before the end of the year when the new law goes into effect one study predicts that donations could drop by as much as twenty four billion dollars a year and smaller charities that rely on middleincome donors such a soup kitchens will be hurt the most pam fast slur npr news and you're listening to npr news from washington the eldest daughter of eric garner hooves death helped spark the black lives matter movement has died erica garners official twitter accounts as she passed away this morning at the age of twenty seven andrews joel rose reports she suffered a heart attack last weekend erica garner became an activist for police accountability when her father eric garner died after being placed in a chokehold by police in 2014 his final words i can't breathe were caught on cell phone video and became a national protest chat after that erica garner was a constant presence at rallies and protests and an outspoken critic of the nypd she spoke to member station wnyc in 2016 i'm so tired of seeing all cops aren't bad in every day we see a different office said of the different age ingende killing people and getting away with it eric garner gave birth in august and was diagnosed with heart problems joel rose npr news new york international.

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"erica garner" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"erica garner" Discussed on NPR News Now

"A hundred thousand drivers the new policy comes after lawsuits brought by the southern poverty law center and the solas macarthur justice center at the university of mississippi law school the groups argued that poverty should not be a traffic crime debbie elliott npr news the oldest daughter of eric gardner whose death helped spark the black lives matter movement has died erica gardeners official twitter account so she passed away this morning at the age of twenty seven enters jole rose reports eric garner became an activist for police accountability when her father eric garner died after being placed in a chokehold by police in 2014 his final words i can't breathe were caught on cell phone video and became a national protest chant after that erica garner was a constant presence at rallies and protests and an outspoken critic of the nypd she spoke to members station wnyc in 2016 i'm so tired of seeing all costs are in bad in every day we see a different way office said of the different age ingende killing people and getting away with it eric garner gave birth in august and was diagnosed with heart problems joel rose npr news new york oblast of extremely cold air is hitting the upper midwest in eastern u s this weekend after an already cold and snow eweek dangerous windchill warnings have been issued for much of the central plains and midwest in the twin cities the wind chill this afternoon was twenty four degrees below zero and a blizzard warning is up for parts of montana the national weather service says the arctic air mass will slips out this weekend this is npr.

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"erica garner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"erica garner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In toronto all the experts say dress in multiple layers and member to bring in your pets this is npr and this is wnyc in new york on sean carlsson black lives matter activist erica garner as died after a weeklong hospital stay following a heart attack the 27yearold was the oldest daughter of eric garner the staten island men killed when a white police officer put him into a cold in 2014 anchor garner became a voice against police brutality after her father's death speaking on the brian lehrer show last year she said police unfairly profile people of color we got targets on outback see you know when they see a black person they automatically think danger dc of big black now you know he said the goal he is a criminal her family made the announcement through her twitter account asking that she be remembered as a mother daughter sister and and with a heart bigger than the world the fdny is reminding new yorkers to be extra vigilant after two deadly fires on the same night this week director of fire safety education anthony mancuso says one thing to be aware of during cold weather easier space heater he says not to connected to the wall using a power for it or extension court you make to wire longo won an extension court or alice if you've pulling the paulo further and it causes uh resistance resistance makes heat and that's when knows uh some type of our strip melt soil the extension court melts and that's how to fire star fourteen people were killed in two separate fires thursday night into friday morning a child playing with the stoves started a fire in the bronx that killed twelve including four young children for the rest of today snow on your 24 wind chills between ten and fifteen tonight the snow should taper off around eight o'clock the cloud should blow way as well becoming mostly clear.

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"erica garner" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"erica garner" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from go to meeting businesses count on go to meeting for simple reliable online meetings with nearly sixty million friction lists meeting supported each year go to meeting is where real work gets done at goto meeting dot com live from npr news in washington i'm louise schiavone 27yearold erica garner has died she became a black lives matter activists prompted by the death of her father eric garner in two thousand fourteen when a new york police officer tried to subdue him in a chokehold she said this about the case on wnyc's brian lehrer show two years after her father's death with tired of having the same clumsy shen weeds with is right now we demand answers wedeman actions on why in so many cases that the doj investigates you know no type of charges for any type office so white or black is being being charge will held accountable erica garner died from a heart attack authorities in wichita suspect that a bogus nine one one call led to a fatal police shooting steven bizarre ha of member station kmu w tells us investigators say the call may have been a prank swatting is the act of police with a fake emergency the ideas have multiple police officers surround or enter a targets home which dis police department says they received such a call thursday night andrew finch was at home police were called to end was fatally shot by police which died police department's choi livingston puts the blame on the caller due to the actions of a prankster we have an innocent victim at the false please call had not been made we would not have been there which does police department and the fbi are investigating so far no arrests have been made for npr news i'm steven bizarre in wichita across the nation where the band of icy cold weather setting an official new year's festivities are being cancelled however the iconic times square ball dropping new york city is still on where security will be very high and temperatures will be very low residents of the northern plains are moving several inches of snow that fell yesterday it's the start of a weekend that will see brutally cold wind chills.

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"erica garner" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"erica garner" Discussed on AM Joy

"Sad news this morning we've learned that 27yearold activists erica garner died earlier today in brooklyn she was the daughter of eric garner who died after new york city police officer placed him in a chokehold on staten island in 2014 since then erica garnered transformed her personal tragedy into a sustained committed campaign of activism for social justice she'd been hospitalized since going into cardiac arrest on christmas eve tweets from the official erica garner account confirmed her passing this morning sharing that quote she was human mother daughter sister odds her heart was bigger than the world we'll be right back no one's that a good midterm since 2002 and i think i am whistling past the political graveyard if you think you're gonna escape but that that well you know challenging environment republican congressman tom kohl reminded us of the maxim that a sitting presidents party always suffers in a midterm the latest polling suggests that republicans could lose control of at least one house of congress next year but the 2018 election is still months away what can republicans do to erode the democrats edge and what can democrats due to keep it joining me now is catherine ram pell opinion columnist for the washington post national republican strategists kate dawson and back with me is karina sean paired keeton i have to start with you and the atmosphere today leading up to the twenty 18 midterm elections reminds me of this same atmosphere excuse me that the country had in the runup to the two thousand six election when everyone was talking about the house could flip.

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"erica garner" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"erica garner" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from go to meeting businesses count on go to meeting for simple reliable online meetings with nearly sixty million friction lists meeting supported each year go to meeting is where real work gets done at goto meeting dot com live from npr news in washington i'm luiz schiavone twenty seven year old erica garner has died she became a black lives matter activists prompted by the death of her father eric garner in two thousand fourteen when a new york police officer tried to subdue him in a chokehold she had spoken about the case a year after her father's death this is a crisis why manning she died from a heart attack the crime rate in new york city fell to its lowest level since the 1950s and pierce joe rose reports new york is on track for fewer than three hundred murders this year that's the lowest total the city has seen since reliable recordkeeping began mayor bill de blasio credits the ongoing decline in part on improving relations between community and police under the nypd is neighborhood policing initiative a lot more people are offering the police tips are offering them no information that stops crimes even before they happen in some cases new york wasn't the only city that's a big drop and crime this year the brennan center for justice looked at thirty cities and found that the murder rate overall declined more than five percent with chicago and detroit posting the biggest declines one exception was baltimore which set a new record high for killings per capita toll rose npr news new york the projection for new year's eve in new york's times square is eleven degrees the record stands at one degrade 1917 authorities advise outdoor party years to skip the alcohol and dressing layers it's all part of an extended siege of cold weather that much of the country is now facing worked taber is a forecaster at the national weather service in burlington vermont.

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"erica garner" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"erica garner" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from npr news in washington on giles snyder the oldest daughter of eric garner whose death helped spark the black lives matter movement is reported to have died erica garners official twitter account says she passed away this morning she was twenty seven she suffered a heart attack last weekend us in pure stroll rose reports erica garner became an activist for police accountability when her father eric garner died after being placed in a chokehold by police in 2014 his final words i can't breathe were caught on cell phone video and became a national protest chant after that eric garner was a constant presence at rallies and protests and an outspoken critic of the nypd she spoke to member station wnyc in 2016 i'm so tired of sane alqass aren't that an every day we see a different office said of the different age and gender killing people and get away with it eric garner gave birth in august and was diagnosed with heart problems joel rose npr news new york president trump is tweeting his support of the protest cindy ronnie boasted message overnight urging the iranian government to respect the rights of the people including the right to express themselves he warned of the world is watching today state television showing footage of progovernment rallies with marchers carrying banners in support of supreme leader ayatollah ali nominate mississippi will reinstate driver's licenses for people who have them suspended for failure to pay traffic tickets new policy takes effect in the new year's had pierce debbie elliott reports this is the b department of public safety says it will no longer suspend licences due to nonpayment of finds fees or other court ordered payment since and it will waive the usual one hundred dollar reinstatement fee for drivers who had their license suspended solely for failure to pay fines that's estimated to be up to a hundred thousand drivers the new policy comes after lawsuits brought by the southern poverty law center and the solans macarthur justice center.

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"erica garner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"erica garner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A sick loved one in new york the benefit is funded by employee payroll deductions the new benefits will apply to six point four million private sector workers and will phased in over four years in 2018 workers were able to take up to eight weeks of paid leave and receive fifty percent of their average wage up to a weekly cap when the phased in his complete and 2021 they'll be able to take up the twelve weeks at two thirds of their average weekly wage the oldest daughter of new york city man killed by police in a chokehold has been hospitalized in critical condition after suffering a heart attack family members of the daily news that 27yearold erica garner went into cardiac arrest on saturday night the woman's father eric garner died in after a police officer put him in a chokehold while arresting him on staten island in 2014 erica garner became a vocal advocate against police brutality the city's sanitation department is urging the yorkers to take a moment to think about recycling while they're having fun on wrapping those holiday presence sanitation commissioner catherine garcia says corrugated cardboard isn't the only thing they can go and the recycling been wrapping paper can also be reused if is isn't made a foil and doesn't have any plastic bows if you pick thing dan don't include pound dickhead have play in each one of our receptacle particularly if you're in an organic district where we collect all of your food wave curbside ican really drive down the amount of regular waste that you actually need to throw away there's no trash recycling pick up on monday but the department as people who normally do have monday pickup can start putting bags out after four pm and more trashing who sees a christmas miracle in brooklyn wnyc's lance lucky explains you've heard it's like trying to find a needle in a haystack just as unlikely trying to find your teeth in a mountain.

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