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"george washington high school" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:05 min | 4 d ago

"george washington high school" Discussed on KGO 810

"Uh huh. Uh huh. Everybody, Chip franklin with you. This is a, um I love the word nuance. And I love the fact that it Xena's week. Most people that when you have conversation, especially talk radio, especially conservative talk radio. There's they don't go down this path. I'll tell you, it's difficult. If we're talking about, you know, George Washington High School. I mean, the reason that the reason they wanted to change Abraham Lincoln, I think because they were just gonna change them all. Jefferson owned slaves and Washington owned slaves on unconscionable They also did some amazing things. Um, how do we deal with that history? How about the truth, but we just talk about it. And and and look at what? You know what things that what happened? What we could have done what we should have done. Um, I, you know I worry a lot about overreaction and the pendulum going too hard the other way. What's in a word Plenty. And you know, the N word is the one we all talk about. But there's other words to that. We talk today about we talk about socialists and communists and we and we hear people say them without having any idea of what the hell they're talking about. You know, and you could go right from me. I mean, I love it when people say I love capitalism, I'm never gonna This is not a capitalistic society. There's nothing about this society this capitalistic because you have taxes. You know, you don't get to just go and earn the stuff You keep You pay taxes. You're part of a collective, a group. Everything that matters to you in this country. As socialist ties where we all share You're not wrong with that. Why would anybody have a problem with it? But I wanna I wanna work for what? I'm making fun of the person with that voice, which is probably not fair. All right. I'm gonna go to Paul and Sandra say, Paul. Let's have a nuanced conversation. Go ahead. All right. So afternoon. Cheerio. Good afternoon to you, friend. Well, my new US constitutions about one of my heroes. Abraham Lincoln, who the last 40 or 50 years, has taken a dramatic Because people Has dug through what making us said. Certain negative things that making that said, Remember, he knows the part of the 70 plus years ago about black people when will probably never be equal, socially toe white people. That was the point. But the only The only so she can. I jump in there real quick when he said that I read Unterberg Station of that that he wasn't saying that they didn't deserve to be that way. He just felt that white people would never accept them. That's one thing I read that was written in like Harper's or something like that was a narc. I was like, Oh, I want familiar with that quote. And you know what they found on him was always second hand. It wasn't actually his writing. It was what he had said to other people, and it was written by other people. But this these people that I read interpreted it wasn't that he was saying, Look, their culture so different in our lives or my Children's lives. They're never going to be fully accepted in this country. And and he saw it as a problem to the country. And the truth is, hey, I mean it. You got cops rolling up on young black men and shooting and permission for the wallet. I would say that you know, Lincoln's prophecy is still holding pretty true. Oh, okay. Um I don't mind that interruption since Lincoln is a girl of my ship, Did you every Gore Vidal's book about Lincoln Really happened. Oh, you've got to read it. It's a fictionalized part of his life about about a 10 year period of his life, But it's based on his story. It's like, Remember the guy that used to write James Missionary used to write these fictionalized history historical, you know, docudramas. It's a really good and glorify tells an amazing writer. You would like it if if thinking is your, um if your hero But do you think we put too much pressure on heroes today by holding them to these standards? Yes, definitely. Do, I think way. Judge Barnes. Heroes like Lincoln like Washington not sufficient as you mentioned earlier. Really close to our standards. Now, just imagine, I'll give I'll give you a more contemporary and fifties and sixties 90%. Was straight neck. Work. Homophobic, right? I don't know what I mean, right? But it was understandable. Know your homophobia. You stand up, stand out like a So are some, Hmm. I did it for 16 years ago. Yeah, it did a TV show once, and I had a joke. Talking about It was two guys with two guys go to the movies together. They always leave that empty seat between each other right here saying that, you know, and I said that's called the Homo seat, so everybody would think that you know there were not Homo, so look at the sea. And I did that joke And I did. That joke is recently is 10 or 12 years ago, and somebody came up to me afterwards. And I said, What time attacking homophobia? Yeah, I'm using that word. I mean, I used to do crap. I should do shows before black audiences and I used the n word talking to them about it, and it was entirely acceptable. I mean, I did it 100 times before room full of black people. And and talk to them about the word. I didn't use it as a as a pro Jordan. I feel like we all have to constantly be discussing this because the answer's out there. It's just it's not simple. Okay, I think the pendulum a zoo said earlier. I swung Too far to the left. We just swing it back. A little bit more to the middle. Hold on things.

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"george washington high school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:41 min | 4 months ago

"george washington high school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Ride yesterday. Jesse Thomas in the seat of power today. Uh and just you know, I've talked plenty over the years. But I don't think I've ever talked to you on air or even heard you on air other than the Rockies right feature that you do that I text you about this said That sounds good. Um so well, here we are. Here we offer four hours. Let me ask you something before we get into some Christmas stuff because I have some Christmas stuff for you. Chris Dempsey is going to join us from altitude TV talking nuggets with us in about a half hour. Gonna talk to Dalton rising about five o'clock and we may sneak in Daniel Jeremiah. If we can track him down. He's doing Christmas stuff with his kids. The NFL Network League draft analyst and color analyst for The charges Radio network he moonlights. I don't think people necessarily know that because they seem on NFL network everyday as as the main draft guy, but You. Are you actually from Denver, Right? I mean, I know that your native Yeah. You're a native George Washington High school, Right? G W So you grew up not too far from here. He worked in the biz for a while. You worked at the Pepsi Center for a long time. I did. Serena was a decade at altitude and doing all that stuff over there. The first time that you did anything on Eric Kayo everything being in the building here, but especially when you became part of the Rockies broadcast and you were doing those features. How cool is it? As somebody who grew up in Denver toe get to be on air at such a legendary institution. That's a blessing. Not only about, you know, get to cover the teams that you grew up with rooting for all that stuff, and then you throw on top on iconic station and signal like the blowtorch here, 8 50. It's just a blessing. Yeah, I've never had. You know, I went on as a guest in Dallas. A couple different times on a couple of the different stations, but obviously never worked where I grew up. I appreciate the heritage of this station. You know, I used to work across the street and a At a competing station. It's been awesome to be here because of the legacy of this building that this building, but you, you get what I'm saying. So I want to throw this Christmas question at you, and we'll decide you want to come in for the poll question. But we talked about about Christmas lights yesterday, and I need to clarify something, Pam said two coming up What Christmas tradition holiday tradition. Have you had for most years because some people can't do something every year, but it's typically a Christmas tradition that you'll still be able to do this year and what's one That you won't be able to do this year. And you're the bummed about are happy about it might be somewhere you get dragged or something that you're just skipping this year because of Corona virus, and it may give you a chance to And the tradition thankfully, that you didn't want to be a part of and so I'll start as it Z A. Z, a host of the show today. In recent years. So my stepsons, 14, and he's got a little brother and sister over it at his dad's, and they were the age. I think they're six and four. Now there's agent like Christmas is really special, right? It's obviously special for a lot of people, but Christmas morning presents over the last few years. Especially the older one from about three on like, you know, you keep him Christmas even will get a midway through Christmas Day this year, actually switching it for the first time, like four or five years well, Probably four or five years ago. My wife when I started going, we wanted her brothers. Once he brought some other friends we went. When Philip was he hurt his hand. On Monday night football. We went to a Brazilian steakhouse. We Vonda Couple different ones. Actually, it was the same one different locations. And we've done that, probably for the last five years. So I even joke to my wife because we're definitely not going like we could just buy a bunch of different meats and cut him up and take turns got a beating him around the table. We're not going to do that, but so that's kind of a smaller one that we just won't get to do it. And I'm bummed about But I don't really have any of it. Have That I do reluctantly or that I don't Appreciate you and I go to church with my wife, which is really only going to go to church ever and I'm Jewish. And so the one time I ever go to church has really been weddings. Or if I spent the night at a friend's house and way to go to church on that Sunday morning, do that a couple times as a kid. But I don't mind it at the same time. I'm not Going to my not going this year. Christmas Eve s O. Do you have any Jessie that you normally would have done and aren't doing or that you're still gonna be able to do even with the with the panda. We occasionally would go down to the parade of lights is a family like a big group of things, And I don't really enjoy that. So I'm kind of mind not going to do that this year, but we are gonna be able to get together a small group Big Christmas Eve kind of seafood fest. That's kind of our tradition. Christmas Eve guys, what's involved in the seafood fast? We got crab legs, cheese fondue, beef tenderloin, shrimp cocktail. We kind of blow it out on Christmas Eve, and then we just lay around and be slugs on Christmas Day and hang out. It's gonna love our family does well, Everyone knows you get the best seafood in town here in the country. You're here in color. That's right. Right down City Park Lake. That's awesome. And people actually don't realize because you've got such high end sushi restaurants and And just a couple of really high and seafood places we do get as good officials they get in any other city. You know where to get it? Yeah, And so that's cool. I like the idea of Ah, seafood blowout. I may have to suggest that I think we're doing filet tomorrow night, which I'm certainly not complaining about. No, I mean, I'll be the one cooking it So, uh but I like having six or seven meets. Brought to me on a skewer from the lookout Show the Yeah. Brazilian Steakhouse three or 3713 85 80 five's a phone number. You can text us 56.

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"george washington high school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:30 min | 4 months ago

"george washington high school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Is the soundtrack of your afternoon. We're just having fun. And we working. Maybe that's it, man. Alfred Williams then Jo Jo Turnbow Orioles. No, Get him, Jake. Big out. Joe. Joe, I'm K away news radio. I think I'll just go show but nobody. I don't know. Joe Joe, You got me bringing crystal until seven o'clock. I'm not mistaken. And, uh, had Coop on Monday. A rod yesterday Jesse Thomas in the seat of power today. Uh and just you know, I've talked plenty over the years. But I don't think I've ever talked to you on air or even heard you on air other than the Rockies right feature that you do that I text you about. They said that sounds good. Um so well, here we are. Here we offer four hours. Let me ask you something before we get into some Christmas stuff because I have some Christmas stuff for you. Chris Dempsey is going to join us from altitude TV talking nuggets with us in about a half hour. Gonna talk to Dalton rising about five o'clock and we may sneak in Daniel Jeremiah. If we can track him down. He's doing Christmas stuff with his kids. The NFL Network League draft analyst and color analyst for The charges Radio network he moonlights. I don't think people necessarily know that because they seem on NFL network every day as as the main draft guy, but You. Are you actually from Denver, Right? I mean, I know that your native Yeah, your native George Washington High school, Right? G W So you grew up not too far from here. He worked in the biz for a while. You worked at the Pepsi Center for a long time. I did. Serena was a decade at altitude and doing all that stuff over there. The first time that you did anything on Eric Kor even being in the building here, but especially when you became part of the Rockies broadcast and you were doing those features. How cool is it? As somebody who grew up in Denver toe get to be on air at such a legendary institution. That's a blessing. Not only about, you know, get to cover the teams that you grew up with rooting for all that stuff, and then you throw on top on iconic station and signal like the blowtorch here, 8 50. It's just a blessing. Yeah, I've never had. You know, I went on as a guest in Dallas. A couple different times on a couple of the different stations, but obviously never worked where I grew up. I appreciate the heritage of this station. You know, I used to work across the street and a At a competing station. It's been awesome to be here because of the legacy of this building that this building, but you, you get what I'm saying. So I want to throw this Christmas question at you, and we'll decide you want to come in for the poll question. But we talked about about Christmas lights yesterday, and I need to clarify something, Pam said two coming up What Christmas tradition holiday tradition have you had for most years because some people can't do something every year, but it's typically a Christmas tradition that you'll still be able to do this year. And what's one That you won't be able to do this year. And you're the bummed about or happy about that might be somewhere you get dragged or something that you're just skipping this year because of Corona virus, and it may give you a chance to And the tradition thankfully, that you didn't want to be a part of and so I'll start as it Z A. Z, a host of the show today. In recent years. So my stepsons, 14, and he's got a little brother and sister over it at his dad's, and they were the age. I think they're six and four. Now there's agent like Christmas is really special, right? It's obviously special for a lot of people, but Christmas morning presents over the last few years. Especially the older one from about three on like, you know, you keep him Christmas even will get a midway through Christmas Day this year, actually switching it for the first time, like four or five years well, Probably four or five years ago, My wife and I started going. We wanted their brothers once he brought some other friends. We went. When Philip was he hurt his hand. On Monday night football. We went to a Brazilian steakhouse. We bond Couple different ones. Actually, it was the same one different locations and we've done that, probably for the last five years. So I even joke to my wife because we're definitely not going like we could just buy a bunch of different meats and cut him up and take turns beating him around the table. We're not going to do that, but so that's kind of a smaller one that we just won't get to do it. And I'm bummed about But I don't really have any of it. Have That I do reluctantly or that I don't Appreciate you and I go to church with my wife, which is really only going to go to church ever because I'm Jewish. And so the one time I ever go to church has really been weddings or if I spent the night at a friend's house and way to go to church on that Sunday morning, do that a couple times as a kid. But I don't mind it at the same time. I'm not Going to my not going this year. Christmas Eve s O. Do you have any Jessie that you normally would have done and aren't doing or that you're still gonna be able to do even with the dependent. We occasionally would go down to the parade of lights as a family like a big group of things. And I don't really enjoy that. So I'm not gonna mind not going to do that this year, but we are gonna be able to get together a small group Big Christmas Eve kind of seafood fest. That's kind of our tradition. Big Christmas Eve guys, what's involved in the seafood fast? We got crab legs, cheese fondue, beef tenderloin, shrimp cocktail. We kind of blow it out on Christmas Eve, and then we just lay around and be slugs on Christmas Day and hang out. That's kind of what our family does. Well, everyone knows you get the best seafood in town here in the country here in color, and that's right. Right down City Park Lake. That's awesome. And people actually don't realize because you've got such high end sushi restaurants and And just a couple of really high and seafood places we do get as good officials they get in any other city hunter said. You know where to get it? Yeah. And so that's cool. I like the idea of seafood blowout. I may have toe suggest that I think we're doing filet tomorrow night, which I'm certainly not complaining about. No, I mean, I'll be the one cooking it So, uh but I like having six or seven meets. Brought to me on a skewer from absolute salchow, huh? Yeah. Brazilian Steakhouse Three or 3713. 85 85 is a phone number. You can text us 566. I know. Give me a Christmas or holiday tradition that Has now ended this year that you're gonna miss or maybe that you're not going to miss or that you're still gonna be able to do like Jesse and his family. With the seafood.

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"george washington high school" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:42 min | 8 months ago

"george washington high school" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The president of a savage states of America is an alternate universe that we live in very alternate universe. I want a bright Bart this morning to see the article that they wrote about me. It's really a good one. It's it's well done. Josh Kaplan did a great interview. And it's about my new book. Our fight for America and I ask you today. Can we save America? Out of what are we saving? I was searching, bright bought, and I saw an article just now that I have to share with you. Caught my attention. University of Rhode Island to remove World War Two murals, Judah lack of diversity. I said, This can't be a true story. This is not not true. Where's your Rhode Island recently announced plans to remove two murals depicting the events of World War two due to the lack of diversity. The decision was prompted after students complain of the mural was not compatible with the university's values of inclusivity. According to the school's vice president of student affairs, quote. Some of our students have even shared with us. They didn't feel comfortable sitting in that space. So murals there 70 year old, seven year old murals that show the reality of World War two. When 99% of the soldiers will white men. Saving America from Hitler. Offend people. The murals were painted to pay respect to the memories of those who lost their lives in World War two. Mural's feature area scenes, including veterans returning to the United States. And the University of Rhode Island Class reunion. Kathy Collins, the university Royal vice president, Student affairs section received numerous complaints from students about the murals, lack of diversity. The dummy said. I've received complaints about the murals that portray a very homogeneous population. Predominantly, the person's painted and depicted on the wall are predominantly white. And that does not represent or institution is today. Some of our students even shared because they didn't feel comfortable sitting in that space. Enough. I would've Vice President student affairs I said then you're you're entitled to a leave. If you're not comfortable. We're not going to revise history for you, You stupid idiot! You get the hell out of my school. They're the ones who saved our country. So that it's like you could go to college. You more on you. Course in June of 1920 19, the George Washington High School in San Francisco. Said they would erase an offensive mural of George Washington. This is what Lenin tought. So when I asked the rhetorical questions begin in the hour. When I said our book is called our Fight for America, the war continues. I said to you Is America Worth saving? Well, the answer is quite clear. And what's the difference between Biden and Trump? Well, the answer is quite clear. Dummy, bright part, The hologram in the basement would probably agree that it's not diverse enough. Even though it was 99% white men who died in World War two, which is not to denigrate the people of color who died fighting Hitler and fighting in the far Pacific. Let's not change reality. Let's not change history in order to accommodate the morons who never belonged in college to begin with. They belong in a mental hospital. Where they could have their with their egos sad by psychiatrists who could put to my medication if they're uncomfortable with everything in the country. Now, my friends, So yeah, that's worth fighting for. I do it on a regular basis here on the show. I'm afraid you could do it. Maybe once every few years when you go to a vote. As you well know, we really don't have a democracy, but we have is a dictatorship that's punctuated by a democracy every few years when we get the vote. Now that we're liable to elect Trump again. The left wants to Destroy the election in advance. They're planning on national riots to take down the country of Trump wins fairly and squarely on election Day. They're planning in there. Planning it. They're building the Molotov cocktails. They're planning it. They're plotting it. And the FBI DHHS do not arrest them. Why? I don't know. Well, I do know could pretty much figure it out. Those of the agencies that helps spread the big lie about the Russia collusion story. And today, Of course, the big lie put out by Bob Woodhead. The greatly overvalued. Writer for the Washington Press Corps. My God, what a hack. He is. Bob Woodward is the equivalent of Anthony Fauci. Their shelf life expired a long time ago. And the boxes should have been discarded. In the 19 seventies, but there they are. 45 years later, still putting out What they're well known for Foulke of promoting himself and Woodward promoting the Democrat Party line. So if you listen to the interview with Donald Trump What he says Yes, I know the illness was serious, but I downplayed it because I didn't want to panic. The population. That's what a leader does. A bad leader panics the population, a good leader quiets and calms the population. And the first hour we had an airline pilot called, he said. Of course you're right, Michael, he said. From mountain Airplane of Flying. The plane is 300 passengers on it and we have a technical problem. We don't panic the passengers and say the plane's gonna crash. Ever notice how calm a captain's voice is how reassuring it is even in an emergency. Trained to be calm and cool and collected. That's what a leader does. They're not hysterics like Bob would had. You're supposed to say. We have a slight technical glitch. Police put on your seat belts. Everything will be OK instead of saying, ah, the plane's gonna crash. Kiss your loved ones. Goodbye asked. Bob would would kiss your loved ones. Goodbye. The world's coming to an end. Everyone's going to die from Kobe. So they panic. The whole Washington Press Corps panicked. The medical establishment panicked and I keep reentering again. It's a big light of cost. The virus is lethal to some But not to all. Of course, the virus kills some, but not all who get it. That's why my first chapter In our fight for America is, I think a very brilliant confluence of realities. I call it the twin plagues Covad ism and communism. And I want to read you one line from the book. And I want you to decide whether you think this is Worth your investment of time..

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"george washington high school" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:36 min | 11 months ago

"george washington high school" Discussed on KGO 810

"Statues and not monuments have nothing to do with someone like Monnitoff, bringing The dark history of Washington in those murals, whether it's the African Americans at Mount Vernon or those American Indians that were traumatized on drill briefly. Dr David Pilgrim, the curator of the Jim Crow Museum recently said that history, whether it's good or bad is better than no history. You take the bad history, use it as a teaching moment and just tried preserved. What we have otherwise, you'll repeat it and just like we all know Jewish people would love to keep reminding us about things that happened in ash with stuff because they never want this to happen to anyone else. Okay. I would like to interject here that one of the issues that I have with Americans is that we're ignorant when it comes to history, and we go one way and then we go another way. We want to see George Washington. As you know, the kid who chopped down the cherry tree. We don't want to see his darker side or we see only the fact that he held slaves. And that was an abomination. It was a horrible, horrible thing for any individual to dio. And of course, there were abolitionists who existed at the time of our nation's founding who had a complete abhorrence to the concept of slavery. So I will never say that what Washington did in holding slaves was excusable. It was not History is replete with complexities. And that's the thing that we simply tend to ignore. George Washington led African American troops as well as a lot of other ethnicities in the American revolutions in the American Revolution. He had his writings expressed personal views that he realized that slavery was inherently wrong. And in his last will and testament, he freed the men, women and Children that he owned. He provided for education for the young and pensions for the old. He did this, though, on Lee after the death of his wife, Martha, she would continue to use their labor, but it's pointed out by the people at Mount Vernon, that of his example. Had been the example that had been followed by every slave owner in 17 99. Slavery would have ended in a generation and it would have ended peacefully Now could he have done more? Yeah, he could have done more, but there were people who celebrated him. Even probably the most well known abolitionist in our history. Who was Frederick Douglas. He was not only an abolitionist. He was one of the most well known or Raiders a man of utmost brilliance. He and many others actually used the example of George Washington to shame Americans toe live up to the standard that he had established and when George Washington's body was moved to the new tomb that exists that Mount Vernon in 18 35 It was a group of George Washington's former enslaved people. Now, freedmen who voluntarily worked to clean up the site voluntarily work to clean up the site. So while his enslavement of people but to my mind is inexcusable, his history has complexities. And there are things about this man. That should be celebrated by every American. So the problem here is that we're ignorant. The problem here is that we don't teach history and its complexities. The problem is that we want people to be all pure or all horrid, And that's not the reality for any human being alive. I just want to throw in quickly. The board of Education here in San Francisco, will in the next several weeks consider changing the name of George Washington High School. Unless there is a ground swell. From the grassroots of this city. To say no. It's George Washington High School. We may lose the name of the school. The murals were battling every day to preserve but I point this out because those of you who who are Living in San Francisco. Even those without need to remind the board of education what it means when you have George Washington's name on George Washington High School. Come on, Go ahead. Uh, I may add that these four schools could be the beginning of many. So in San Francisco, you already have. These four schools already changed a few others. But now you're talking about other high schools that could be blink in high school. Could be Balboa High School could be Mission high school. I mean, how far you go with this, You know, because It doesn't you know, again, like white washing our history like this didn't happen. And but it seems like there's a difference between honoring individuals and then honoring like mission If the mission's shouldn't be honored. I mean, I I am very strong. You know why I was so that you know, I was called mission. Because of a mission? No, because it's located within a block of mission High School and Mission High School was named after a mission, Delores okay and and the missions are were abominations, and I don't like the idea of celebrating those missions. But the point is, and I say this because I want people to understand. Every school kid sanfrancisco goes to mission doors. It's been fully restored. When you go to mission, Delores, you learn about the evils of the mission system. It's not a ll sunshine and roses. Same thing applies with Abraham Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln on September, the 18th 18 58 said there was a superior and inferior position on the white person should have the superior position. But the point we're trying to make is Don't erase history. Expose it. Let people see what it was and also recognize as In the case of George Washington balance that Washington is the man who laid the foundation for this nation on I want to.

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"george washington high school" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:22 min | 11 months ago

"george washington high school" Discussed on KGO 810

"Thurston. John Rothman's here in studio with the Rogers is here is well, our news anchor John is in here because you if you've listened to this program for a while, you've heard us in the past, talking about George Washington High School here in San Francisco. An historic high school now. So a beautiful high school that has murals that were painted as a new deal project there. The Arnett ofthe bureau's They were painted by a communist who was ah real dissident. At the time, he was commissioned to paint murals honoring the life of George Washington and Arno. Tough did it, but he did it in his way. When he painted these murals. He wanted to make sure that it depicted the reality of Washington's life, not him, chopping down a cherry tree. But Western expansion the plight of the Indians, the the fact that he was a slave owner, and so these are depicted In these thiss Siri's of murals at George Washington High School, So we've been fighting to preserve those murals. There are people who say that their offensive that they need to come down that they should be painted over there, actually amazing, and they are, you know, depictions of the really life of George Washington. Eso. We've I have joined the battle because I have. I also believe that this needs to be preserved. And so we've been talking quite a bit about that. And John. We've got some guests who are joining us. Why don't you introduce them and let's begin by talking about the fate of the murals today? Okay, let me sort of wedge into this and say the murals heir, not the primary topic of discussion. There is now an active move here in San Francisco to change the name. Of George Washington High School. Joining us is the vice president of the alumni Association. Lopez Cap on, Okay, you have some additional guests we have online and I'd like you to introduce them. Are you there? I'm here. Lope, eh? You there? Yeah, he's here. Oh, good. Why don't you introduce our additional guests? A look is not on the line with us. I can hear him. I think he just can't hear that. That's a different guest. I thought Lopez was going to be here with us. But apparently we don't have low pay. And so s so I I am so sorry. So, John, you're there, right? Yes, sir. I am. So John wanted what? You introduce yourself to everyone. So they know who you are. And why you're with us. Yes. My name is John learned on non enrolled member of the Cheyenne Arapaho tribes. I'm the president of the American Indian Center, the Great Plains here in Kansas City. And the reason that I'm on is that I Believe strongly that those murals tell an accurate story. Of Ah of America and that they should be preserved. And Ah, I've talked with a lot of Indians around the country, and there's a lot that feel like I do now, John, let me ask you because what initiated us today is the possibility that's being proposed. Of changing the name of George Washington High School, and I want your reaction to how you feel about that move. Well, I'm not supportive of that. I think you know George Washington like it or not, in some areas. He's a father of our country. That's correct, although he was a flawed Individual, you know he had slaves. But you know, he if it wasn't for George Washington, and this is my thought on on the deal, we wouldn't have We wouldn't have America. We wouldn't be. Ah, ah, free to to elect our leaders. You know, they see. Ah, he made it so that we Ah, It wasn't like a monarch because he could have easily been a king had had Had he wanted, but he believed in what they wrote in the Constitution. And I do too, and I think that we as As individual should strive for that, and we should be honest about our history, and we should be honest and not be afraid. Or traumatized by anything that that happened, and we need to learn from that. Now you're joined by Harvey Pratt. And I want people to understand who Harvey is and why he's on Harvey. Welcome to KGO. Thank you very much. Go ahead. Harvey. Tell us your story quickly so we can we can get a sense of why we are gathered here today. Well, I am a member of Sean Rappel tribe in Oklahoma and also one of the southern Cheyenne and cheats. And, uh, I am spent, uh, 50 years in law enforcement. On my native American artist. Let me ask you this because we know that you were in favor of preserving the murals, which is Pat pointed out depict history, not through rose colored glasses. Depict what actually happened. The death of first nation people the fact that Washington was a slaveholder. All of that's depicted, but let me ask you the blunt question. There's now move here in San Francisco. To change the name of George Washington High School on because of what they consider to be his slave holding past. How do you react to that? Well, I think that that was a culture that he lived in, you know, and Whether he totally agreed with they're not, uh, that's what everybody else was doing. And and now we're living in the 21st century and and we're looking back at those things and Uh, Well, we're trying to consider was right and wrong. And I think that when you when you look out at those aspects of what was right and wrong That things that were slanted. If you leave them there, unless that's ah, right history about some other things that kind of balanced that out, rather than destroying something, because that's what they're Which is the argument, which is the argument RV we make. And John about George Washington, Matt Vernon of the home of George Washington, issued a statement saying, Why do we honor George Washington is the father of our nation? Where they're countless memorials and statues Commemorating him throughout the United States and in many countries around the world. These monuments were raised to celebrate his role in the creation of a nation that idealized liberty and self rule a nation that would never Have existed without his leadership. And it goes on to explain his leadership in the creation of this nation. The fact that he was the first president the fact that he did many things that were admirable. And I think what we're seeing now is an assault on history. So the argument I made is if you're going to change the name of George Washington High School, you better change the name of Washington, D C and Washington state, And you better blow up the Washington Monument there if you get to a point Not that you deny. That the's things happened, but rather that you confronted and As you have both pointed out. That's what the murals do explain that to us when you and either one of you, Harvey or John, and by the way, low pay is on the line with us is there too? Go ahead. Low pay. Why don't you chime in? We're talking about the name of George Washington. We're talking about the murals. But maybe you can explain why you believe the name of George Washington High School, which has existed since 1936. Why that name should not be changed. So good afternoon. Thank you for having us on today. The experts, the people, no history and art. When they when they created the school. They knew all about the history of Washington and the capability of the artists and earlier this year Sam Cisco High School George Washington School. Our application to the National Park Service or the Historical American Building survey was accepted. And it's now what nationally recognized campus including the six artists and doing Crumpler, who made the The response murals in the sixties. So It's very important to me and others that we honor this. We understand that George Washington has a dark side. But if you look at all the positives of George Washington purses, his negatives it It doesn't even compare. So I'm in agreement to keep the name protect the art teach young people who feel if they do feel oppressed or traumatized to educate them. Understand what this implies. There's there's no no issue with people who understand that. Completing Confederacy..

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"george washington high school" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"george washington high school" Discussed on KGO 810

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"george washington high school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"george washington high school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Too. Big tech be broken up teaching transgenderism kindergarteners in California Colorado shooting. Why are they covering up that a transgender was one of the shooter's the United States launched a forty two hundred mile range ICBM to count the threaten China during negotiations, and so many other topics? I haven't even gotten to them euro story, which I want to get to here in San Francisco. There is a mural of George Washington in a high school named George Washington high school. Well, there's two native American students in the school who say that. They're uncomfortable walking past the mural and a couple of the minorities don't like the mural of George Washington. Now, it's been up since nineteen thirty six it was painted by a communist, by the way. I looked into it. You don't know that part of it. And it was painted by a communist who was leading to America onto the WPA program. Federal art project the artist was Victor Onat off who was commissioned by the new deal agency. That was the agency run by FDR's communists, any painted a mural of Washington, and one of the panels it shows Washington stepping over dead native American Indian now it is historically accurate in that regard, and it may be offensive to some. But it's a piece of history even liberal Sates a piece of history and shouldn't be raised. But that does not stop the psychopathic communists in San Francisco from demanding that the life of Washington at George Washington high school in San Francisco, be ripped off the wall and burned. This is where it has come. We are now living in the age of art burning and book burning when will it stop when they are stopped. It's a civil war folks by any other name the communists have gone. Underground they've come up with new names for themselves. You know, what the names are on the communist party.

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"george washington high school" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"george washington high school" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"All about it should big tech broken up teaching transgenderism to kindergartners in California. Colorado shooting. Why are they covering up that transgender was one of the shooter's the United States launched a forty two hundred mile range ICBM to count to threaten China during negotiations, and so many other topics? I haven't even gotten to them euro story, which I wanna get to here in San Francisco there a mural of George Washington in a high school named George Washington high school. Well, there's two native American students in the school who say that they're uncomfortable walking past the mural and a couple of minorities don't like the mural of George Washington. Now, it's been up since nineteen thirty six it was painted by a communist, by the way. I looked into it. You don't know that part of it. And it was painted by a communist who was led into America onto the WPA program. Federal art project the artist was Victor on a tough who was commissioned by the new deal agency. That was the agency run by FDR's communists, any painting Washington in one of the panels, it shows Washington stepping over dead native American the now it is historically accurate in that regard, and it may be offensive to some. But it's a piece of history even liberal Sates piece of history and shouldn't be race. But that does not stop the psychopathic communists in San Francisco from demanding the life of Washington at George Washington high school in San Francisco, be ripped off the wall and burned. This is where it has come. We now living in the age of art burning and book burning when will it stop when they are stopped. It's a civil war folks by any other name the communists have gone. On the ground. They've.

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"george washington high school" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"george washington high school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From mural at George Washington, high school, the fresco mural was commissioned under the works progress administration federal art project, but critics say the imagery, which depict scenes of slavery and dead native American glorifies Denison here city supervisor Matt Haney you shouldn't have to look up and see depictions of your ancestors, either being killed or enslaved those in favor of keeping a mural in place say it is historically significant and say removing could create a troubling precedent. We'll take up the debate. That's all next after the news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. The US supreme court appears divided on whether the Trump administration should add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty senses. The justices heard arguments over the matter on Tuesday, three federal courts have already blocked the plan finding that millions of Hispanics and immigrants could go on counted. White House economic adviser Larry cudlow says he's not alarmed by rising oil costs NPR's, Scott horsey reports that crude prices have jumped more than three percent since Monday when the Trump administration took steps to limit Iranian oil sales. The administration announced plans this week to penalize countries that buy oil from Iran. The White House is trying to choke off one of the Iranian government's main sources of revenue Iran had been exporting nearly a million barrels of oil a day and threats that might stop push crude prices up their highest level in about six months. White House advisor, Larry cudlow, reassured reporters. The US and other countries can make up for any Iranian oil. That's taken off the market. We are a country awash with oil and gas. Aaa says so far gasoline prices have barely budged rising less than two cents a gallon in the last week. Scott Horsely NPR news, Washington. Mexico is denying any blame for a spike in the number of migrants, traveling through the country on route to the US border as NPR's Carrie Kahn reports immigration officials. There are facing a lot of criticism for arresting hundreds of migrants, including women and children the rate on the migrant caravan took place, Monday, three hundred seventy one people were detained. Witnesses say strollers backpacks were strewn along the highway by federal agents advocates condemned the mass roundup and accused the government of bowing to President Trump's threats Mexico's interior secretary defended the action saying three hundred thousand migrants have come through the country since the beginning of the year. And that the Mexican government is living up to its obligation to control it southern border. The head of Mexico's immigration institute called Monday's rain. On the migrant caravanning quote regretful incident, but says the migrants refused to register. With officials Carrie Kahn, NPR news, Mexico City. The UN Security Council has approved a resolution on combating sexual violence in conflicts, especially attacks by human rights. Lawyer Amal Clooney is asking the council to ensure that extremists are held accountable for crimes against women. Clooney, noted the attack on Nobel peace laureate Nadia Muir who was held by ISIS for three months in two thousand fourteen excellencies, ladies and gentlemen. This is your near moment. Your chance to stand on the right side of history. You earn to Nadia into the thousands of women and girls you must watch. I this members shave bits and go back to their normal lives. Well, they the victims never can Clooney has asked the council to transfer detained female ISIS member for her role in crimes against an American hostage. Who was killed in two thousand fifteen your listen. Thing to NPR news. The death toll from the Easter bombings in Sri Lanka has risen to at least three hundred fifty nine. Dozens of suspects have been arrested in question by the country's prime minister says that others remain at large the Islamic state group claimed responsibility for Sunday's attacks charges and luxury hotels. Henry Bloch who co-founded the tax preparation company h in our block.

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"george washington high school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"george washington high school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"On twitter at ib i wanna get to some of the real estate stuff in a second but i salesforce they're here they got themselves a big tower downtown and they're starting to spread the love the love a five hundred thousand dollar gift to ip s to create a tech academy what's the story yeah tony i think this is a great story on a number of levels one kind of really underscores you know you talk about the benefits of having a big world class company in your community the entice audio she got jobs you've got investment you've also got and if you go back many years when all the big banks were headquartered here that's long not since been the case but you know back then a lot of philanthropy a lot of contributions to the united way in the schools and all those types of things came came from the banks you look at this gift from salesforce a half million dollars to ps two established an it academy at george washington high school they're going to get high speed internet connectivity charging stations all kinds of cool things that otherwise they would not get so it's it's it's a gift a big amount five hundred thousand dollars really focused on technology really focused on getting these young kids these young students hands on experiences that otherwise they wouldn't have wouldn't have had so i think on a number of levels it's it's really great stores now let's get into real estate market here in indianapolis has been fascinated and i i'm not looking but i always keep an eye on what's going on you never know when you think of the moment is right or the or the opportunity is right and it's your top story is well over there inside indiana business dot com that prices are going up and.

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"george washington high school" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

News Talk 710 KNUS

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"george washington high school" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

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"george washington high school" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"george washington high school" Discussed on WCHS

"Public school students and pay any fees associated with it the sector's collective it he's commission overseas extracurricula activities and they are against this idea bernie dolan is executive secretary the ssa he joins us on metronews talkline bernie good morning how you doing sir comoran oppy area well great to talk to you why do you all think why do you think this is a bad idea well first of all um you know obviously the ssa sees made up of about two hundred eighty six members schools and they're both public and private and these principles have all made our rules and uh they vote on them they put him up and their number one rule is that you must be enrolled uh in the school i think this is one of the things that separates us from travel ball and a eu is that when you go to a game and you see george washington you can assume that all of those kids go to school at george washington high school and represent george washington and so uh that that's the number one rule uh that we you know that nothing follows um a to get past that we have other roles uh that uh pertain to participation also obviously participation is a uh privilege and not a right and i not everybody gets to participate even the ones that are uh in our member schools well i i get that and i understand it's a pretty compelling argument that if you want to be that that at a school that these are school activities their extracurricular activities it's all part of the school environment and the family and the student has made the decision not to be a part of that it's a little bit cherry picking to go that well but i want to play the sport however bernie as you know the parents of that child pay their property taxes uh they would have to pay any fees associated with participating that sport so doesn't that get into does that change the debated all the fact that they do helped pay for all these activities well i think i get that i i hear that uh i also want to say they're probably twenty percent of our population that our member in our member schools that don't get the participate and their parents hey taxes but they uh don't qualify academically they didn't transfer appropriately they have age uh.

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"george washington high school" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"george washington high school" Discussed on WCHS

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"george washington high school" Discussed on News/Talk 710 KNUS

News/Talk 710 KNUS

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"george washington high school" Discussed on News/Talk 710 KNUS

"Remember when he bribed nation of islam to george washington high school for an assembly and i thought that's not appropriate louis farrakhan and his group anti semitic going to mild high school i protested that and i didn't like that action then went dan i had a show harvard is simmons had tried to get a contract petard td we've found out about it and it was sam sweetheart deal i can't remember all the details but i know that when we started talking about it rtd backed away and alberta symonds was not pleased with me one day after filming colorado inside out and pipelines house walk into my car with david schroder by the way and he and i were talking it was a rare time that he was on that show and they're alberta simmons ran up on me big strong africanamerican man in front of me this trade got my face and he said this government you've been talking trash that may well here you are meyer heard and i said well yeah i said it and i stand by it and we have a bit of a face lift up david's throne hush about a black and a half away i didn't blame them i'm glad nobody had gone spread there's a long way of saying one out verdes symonds was on with check and julie i thought he was good i thought he was entertaining but the better star which ghanim tim smith an african amer american guy who debated him what a rising star uninteresting character ten smith is introduced to me by check and julie he is going to win my best guest award bad alberta simmons had caddick ever tier that was your best parents and radio that i've ever heard have all come back and they were talking about las vegas among other things and i wanted to talk about that with u 3o three six nine six 1971 but before we go and apropos oblige begas you never know when you're and wellbeing my god so somebody young people killed there i doubt they had elle wells or even thought about the end of their lives but the truth is none of us now when the end of our life will be in it's not to have pundit card to play at a well happen and either you make a plan or the government will make a plan for you i vice you make the plan and it's not just a matter of making sure that.

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"george washington high school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"george washington high school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Arlington brought ripple northwest will no longer be high schools now arlington a northwest i'm going to reopen as middle schools under this whole brand new ips plan now the plan is officially going to be rolled out tomorrow at a meeting but the information in came out today so the million dollar question becomes now nigel wet these three high schools going away what does this mean for the other ips highschools howen manual there are currently under the state takeover and being ran by charter schools which means if they don't turn a prophet basically we they could go back to ipsn ips which just closed those schools down as well now we've not heard anything about that yet were expected to find out the financials of how and manual this upcoming friday so we could have some more information by then but let's take a look at tech look at look at christmas addicts in washington n and short reg because there's a lot of changes going on with these schools we need these schools are still open right these cooled are still going to be open but what i p s was going to do is make each of these four high schools basically content specific and what i mean what that is that arsenal tech is going to be home to the engineering students the design students lol public policy programme math and science christmas addicts is going to be health sciences people that want to become teachers and the leading academy george washington high school is going to focus on manufa facts during engineering logistics i t business and finance and short ridge short ridge is basically going to do what broad ripple dead beforehand are going to have some pre college courses and visual and performing arts.

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"george washington high school" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"george washington high school" Discussed on WCHS

"Burton the original finals last night in double overtime fifty five fifty one first time overs ever made the state turn met any came in a year when floodwaters destroyed the school forced them to practice of the why am see a play their games of the middle school g haven't even last night had to use the borrow george washington high school gym is the venue for what is arguably the school's biggest whenever welker ever strong and headed to the state tournaments next week in other news this morning the charleston thompson i'm all could soon be under new ownership the charleston urban renewal authority voted wednesday to weigh the ten percent transaction fee for current mall lerner for a city to sell them all to que i see that he would have cost for city around thirteen million dollars charleston mayor danny jen says without waving iffy _a_c_l between the two companies would not a been possible with them all looking out of potential shut down if we don't make that transaction happen we believes that there maybe some jeopardy attached to the future of them all jen says the new ownership one impact every day shoppers like himself but it does mean stores like macy's will stick around until at least twenty nineteen i'm derrick off and i don't be there for at least in amount termin hopefully more i'm carry the sack five eighty doubling you see a chad you're a center joe mansions bugs after alston high school students on wednesday talking about local and national political issues mention did not appear in person the answers to questions their skype a popular video calling service in a statement mentioned says it dissipates in a weekly scott discussions with high school and college students mention and showed more capital record is just sees la bill aimed.

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