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Human remains found at site linked to Tulsa Race Massacre
"It was 1921 when mobs of white residents attacked black residents and businesses off the Greenwood district in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Many people were killed and more than 800 wounded. 35 square blocks of the wealthy blind community were destroyed. Now archaeologists in Oklahoma have found at least one set of human remains at the site where they've been searching for victims. Scientists say they'll be looking for signs of trauma things like burning or gunshot wounds before making any determination about whether this person died in the Tulsa race massacre. Archaeologists say they found the remains inside a wooden confident we're told More remains from a possible second person were found in a separate area. It was a year ago in October, when the Oklahoma Archaeological Survey team started its initial groundwork here at Oaklawn Cemetery. We asked Dr Carey Stack Lebec, the state archaeologist, about the moment human remains were discovered. We knew very quickly and could react very quickly and get in there and start doing the more finer scale excavation work by hand. That's Amy slang, chick reporting
"greenwood" Discussed on expediTIously with Tip "T.I." Harris
"This is the speaking of that what you just said what we won't pivoted to Blake Banks it was brought to my attention that. As far as the the federal government support of Banks a Lotta Times black banks don't get that support, but they don't have enough investors. Is it Could you explain that a little bit and how Greenwood is operating within or around this this this? Well, I'll let Ryan comeback in with the actual bankers because I want that best explained not just giving happenstance by me but I'd like to say this even under President Obama President. One the presence of the Black Banks Fair enough is not being done to help us and that's not that's not as severe criticism. Of Obama, trying to take announced, they're saying we have to begin to outsell why if we've given the Democratic Party and when elected a Democratic president was Senate and House we had the power of the executive order of his pin. Why did the big banks get saved in the banks that are reflective of us not? Ninety five years of success with some of these banks you know, and after that, what are we going to start to require of our vote? You know what I mean. We gotta hold them accountable yeah. GotTa demands of and yeah, we gotta know. So who the people referring to why why are we doing more listening to scholars and the opinions of cultural critics or social social experts than we are actual economics, people people who ran government Claude Anderson whether you agree with him Outta to whoever chooses to try to argue with the elder he's ran city government. So he understands how money fundamentally effects government you know when you look at a person. Like who's the other person I warranty Williams very conservative. Some people like some people don't he's an economist gotTa Listen To heal grandma agrement take tell me how to tweak the floor. She showed me how to sleep before. Before. So for me I just WANNA say black people don't listen information that makes you feel good. That makes you feel right or that you agree with. Those you don't learn from that because you can't tell me. Like one of the new city councilman popped up on my twitter feed when the teak, when when, when our may say the thing about Limp Wings Club not say absolutely is important off don't just know the blue flame notice in the car you're heights car heist historically recognized black neighborhood, and if you don't have Mr Kato there, you never get that club. There you never get out you never get what you get out of the neighborhood in terms of totality, the black experience. So it's all interconnected right what I'm trying to tell people that we need to be doing. We need to be acknowledging it all in a big part of the acknowledgement of the Tulsa. Oklahoma riot right now is to move pass that. Victimization that happened into move into the spirit of Greenwood and return to what that community new and self reliance self sufficiency and cooperating with the bigger economy. If remember me and if he added affairs here, we don't even talk and we agreed on that. It's the black community here does better too wide does better. So if we focus our money in apples. Locally, in Atlanta, we stay a more progressive city city councilman..
"greenwood" Discussed on expediTIously with Tip "T.I." Harris
"I'm saying we have come up with absolute and voting is important. Why Michael? Because once you do your senses instead of saying it's ten people in this block. It says it's twenty five right someone stabbed all the resources. Yeah exactly. So instead of the government saying, okay, we'll give we'll give you one hundred dollars a person that there's a thousand houses blocked. They say we gotTa give you twenty five hundred dollars. So that's why won't you do that and then your representation changes more people have your block diedhiou take your she got that how does that Matt? On a local election our mayor one by seven hundred and twenty votes Dan, you could get seven, hundred, twenty people. You'll part one tweet right now as. You could say man we're doing. As we do every every every other day we doing it at trading yards or something way also or the regional catcher. So all that to say the mayor before her. Who left out a two hundred, million dollar surplus and is responsible for the land deal. Appears big movie studios in southeast and bigger and not comparable bigger. With Gout, the beltline that mayor won by seven hundred and two votes. So how important is vote? It is the most important thing besides controlling your dollar, you do on a local level you get caught up in the national soap opera. Presidency and all the turns into a falcons versus science argued. They eat eating each other place gold each other club go home. Happy. With this in this case, McKay's where we are now on a local level, they got a Bernie crandon progressive six commissioner out in Dekalb County Tate Mirim formerly mayor t it an amazing candidate. Fani Willis is a new Fulton County district attorney a- amaze me progressive and about winning not only about winning rights and freedoms people but it's about restorative justice judge chief archaeologist chief judge oster decks. Out In I think hers May an appointment for her policy is being imitated by the state to help brothers who getting out of jail land little software and get back into the workforce. I it's twenty five dollars. A boxer box CLO- is important locally all that to say seven hundred volts affecting the city in the counties in the way that it has it's important take your but out invoke hey man, let me ask you A..
"greenwood" Discussed on expediTIously with Tip "T.I." Harris
"Yes. Because the coconut Kokin Delta both being out of here if you get African Americans protesting the not spending money here right on Coke and Delta in particular right everybody has to start listening. There's right. I think that pokes holes in his theory altogether. So I think we have to have them on because I'm not here. His theory is much to say there nuances where you're explain it often gets explained to me as that as either or that that's a mythology. ooh We'd never talk about what about the aim is Wilson Talks about what Dr John Henry Car talked about. We never talked about what Johnson Johnson products, the where bronner brothers it be the owners of production. Okay. Right. There was a time where black people in Greece from white folk. I don't understand what I'm saying one. No Paul Mitchell sold in the community. Ronald Brothers what was coming from and that was a pride in it. Also train the commercials rope. So we have migrants glow my grandfather would say. You know at the. Have the Negroes integration and I use it. Yeah like. Like hell. But when he was talking about was it took dollars it robbed us of our dollars start escaping then come back. So my grandfather talk community that was once proudly black out our gas station is Barbara Exxon to the left the Douglas you get what I'm saying my. Home loans was from Black Bank. He saw that world change and when the dollar escape US becoming more powerless. So what out my only argument? Not even versus? Professor Ball as well. What is Dr Walter Williams saying? Right. Because he studied capitalism, he's proven itself to be successful. I'm not saying capitalism is perfect. Right but there has been when there was nothing in our community. It was a young man fast. I just wrote a letter for him. And help hoping that he gets let out on early release because he's a Non Hannity. I think they gave whether get him. He is third about the I think that twenty twen but we. Want to write a letter to do so we Steve. Steve. Was the first person asked me now and say I own these amount of houses in this community but. Because we was always dreamed about getting out but man we go. Blau we go. You don't say he was the first person to helped me see value in our community. Help me understand the power of a dollar in the you can be twenty four years old around twenty thousand Barshop they. So I'm just saying that our dollar I believe is powerful in a way if organize though it is. Oh. dollars, POW. Absolute Year you dig what I'm saying wait is over and football the BA man. You might not be at the game this year, but you can still be in.
"greenwood" Discussed on expediTIously with Tip "T.I." Harris
"Shit alone will not save the African American community right. But Until you get to a means where you produce the raw materials that that do shit. A good medium is at least on the stores. Okay. So we're not sneakers shop if I have to after by attentive by instead of pivoting toward even a stocks who the black dealers or black stores path from because I know if I support that I'm supporting that store that supports that owner what support five and ten employees, which puts more dollars in the nose kids go down to Peter Walker Street they spend. Escobar, they spend it at bank seafood dollars move three times in our community is held to employ three different sets of people can move that much like Greenwood. The place in Tulsa was a self sufficient town in the middle of white raises city because the dollar had deter thirty six times a month although the black customer dollar leaving your community will not save you. I would have to argue the black customer dollar dollar staying in your community and the greater community so much to the point that when I interviewed and told that to the Bloomberg magazine say that. Focused by if our economy does better, the greater community does better the handle fans in Atlanta it. So when people tell me that the black buying power is a myth out out say okay. But what is dodgy if you sharpen the tip of your spear, right? If we're spending money like here. Is, not, it doesn't work, but the miniature spear is. Only going to move my money here right and when that happens what you start to see as a transition. Well, what's the Trans you see the day after we did that we say, well, what's GonNa Happen next, we don't know more black people get accounts they were flooded with accounts had to hire new employees, the banks, but about thirty days later, not Wachovia Wells Fargo. Sixty million dollars for black mortgages. They didn't do that for black and Brown. They didn't do that for disenfranchise or they did it for black birds and they specifically said black time where they weren't you get what I'm saying. So for me when people argue the mythologies or they argue and it's not me trying to argue with that professor. But again, he did this professor, the argument on the other side is given by economists should Wasi waivers an economist and he's saying that is this. Yeah. That's Ali certain lifestyle. He said Negro take your money take care of yourself, I who, who, partner with other in your communities and use that community's money as a focus to grow. Now. When you talk you talk about the gentleman who said that That that it was a myth. Yeah. Got To give him a shout-out. But see the thing is right. It's a good thing. The numbers roll not always not saying the numbers are wrong he's saying. Unfocused essentially we'll see this is how. The right. So unless he prevented to I wanna say you can download it for free. Okay. Definitely, and let's he provides wh-what's free his book his book is from now I ain't GonNa, pass the tests in the World Okay the myth and propaganda of black buying power and. Propaganda of black buying patio. See this is the thing right. You can't tell me that water isn't with if I've stood out in the rain. I've been pushed into Pu before you're gonNa have a hard time. Convincing me the water isn't wet. And we've both seen. The power of what the black dollar can do absolutely both been a part of it. We've redirected for the matter of fact, it made us millionaires. Changed the course of our lives. And you told me a story of how Kids at the AU center decided to not Drink Coca Cola and that led to an apartheid during apartheid and that brought about change in South Africa..
"greenwood" Discussed on expediTIously with Tip "T.I." Harris
"You WanNa help if you take boxing so you know a right hook as a dance punch saying uppercut overhand right but but then guess guess it over the air. You set it up. We got his. Career. Most Important Punch in. Jail because that sets up the combinations and in your chance to win. So one of most important two's your Arsenal is is the JAB. Financially. Taking control of your own life meaning a Lotta Times as young people we have set we've been set back. You know you cares might have had a building, your name and Say. dowse outnumber. Origins we're just totally ignorant. We've never we've never been introduced to the exposure lack of. Your grandparents take to get a bank account. Often you know what I'm saying. So or if you have some that will get you twenty dollars, you might make you say team but you got in the habit of money as a tool I learned shoebox bank anything you know. They put some money to thank my sister and my grandmother died found a couple of thousand. That's right. You know they they move with disarmament and discretion, but I just say that because the the younger especially, how young me I don't want to say on. The long the younger you learn to control your money, control yourself and your temper who strongly in the better off you're going to be girls get that because our girls usually you know driving that civic signed that's her car right? Because she understands the importance of credit and banking. Time. She takes care of those things that we she takes tap to listen. She takes time to listen and actually retain information house being the. From the messages that are being conveyed to her from having sons and daughters is night and day after. Have Dollars's nine day I. You know I, love all much the same. but you know getting a message across to your son is salad. Ya. Far More tedious. In getting the message across to your daughter via not to say that they aren't know as capable, but they just have wise younger. Fast Mentally And you know and they can they on to against the theory of life they get it then we toured. But. Okay. So Now I remember. You and Dad yes we. Own A on a normal weekday afternoon. We called the young Dolph Dolph was there. Okay. Shots out the third rock fame shouts out the. Jock popped up at one of them. Banner was already banking with them. Okay. We're citizens trust. But. What we did was now I WANNA keep going to stick with Dolphin Thug right here..
"greenwood" Discussed on expediTIously with Tip "T.I." Harris
"In Marietta and places. And I say that because Shit didn't just happened by happenstance everything is not a defensive maneuvering. These were black people like Harman Russell like the King Family Billy mckinney former representative. These were people who along with working class on earth people like mark repairs, your grandparents who said we choose to live here? So, Ker there, and they told that that are Klay went from being a powerhouse to we start seeing things like check cashing places, move in and banks lube out the same black banks at it perform you know that had given laws and stuff. Some of them started to struggle they moved out in the major banks pulled out now were left with essentially check cashing centers. What else check cashing centers may charge the average worker class or the person is. Not Expensive you really gotTa beat out serving you drinks taking care of your kids start to take up to a quarter of their money in order cash checks off every dollar your cashing you only get a seventy five cent retiring now it's just unfair plus you make a shit in the first place not making that community went from being a one to a that was one of our shift. I mean, you know it's one way you see more renters. Is So people are in don't even have the ability to own a home. So they need something they need to be able to save money right and this gives them the opportunity to save money. It also does bank needs to help them stay on point. So what does this bank brain if you look at Greenwood is a bank I get paid on a Wednesday? We'll get paid on the Friday, but my bill is due on Wednesday have an option. Of pulling money two days early helps me pay my bills on time who which helps and gives me the ability to better my credit which helps once I save my three percent have the ability to now be in a rent about situation what about home and if not giving that chance, it starts with a very small thing. We now given a chance we forever stay behind the eight ball. So Greenwood is important and it was named for Greenwood Tau. In Tulsa that was burned rided that was destroyed. It was a successful as Auburn Avenue ever was it was successful. This Harlem ever was and Detroit and any other Black Major City D. C. and others include it and it was destroyed because I hate and anger and this is a rebirth of this spirit and circulating dollar you know and making sure that people like us doing business people like the people that we once were live amongst our south of the earth working class black folk have a great bank experience, an medium and small businesses by the creatives and other people that are off the beaten path and habitats get capped. That's dope now. Two questions. Yeah one the first one. I heard you guys also partnered with ambassador and Bassett a young. WHO's both of our mental and you know how did that happen in also Is there room for other founders slash. Rises. Find Involved Ryan is. With me always pick the see you and assign roles. Like I. Think it's a dinner. Tonight. We might. Be..
What Was the Tulsa Race Massacre?
"In Tulsa Oklahoma, a group of scientists and historians is on the verge of unearthing chunk of the city's past that has long been buried and one. Some people may prefer to keep that way. It's a potential mass grave from worst single incident of interracial violence in American history. Beginning may thirty first in nineteen twenty one thousands of armed white. Tulsen's invaded black section of the booming oil town, terrorizing its residence looting, their homes and businesses and burning to the ground, some thirty five square blocks of the city. Before the rampage was over more than ten thousand black people were left homeless, and more than six thousand were turned in camps where they'd stay in some cases for months. We spoke with Scott, Ellsworth, a native Tulsa and a professor of African American history at the University of Michigan. Ellsworth is the author of the Nineteen Eighty two book death in a Promised Land, one of the first books to take a comprehensive historical look at the Tulsa race massacre previously mystically called the Tulsa race riot of nineteen twenty one. He said to this day. We don't know how many died. Reasonable estimates range from I would say forty to his high as three hundred. When the unmarked suspected mass grave and a Tulsa cemetery is excavated in July of two thousand twenty. It may provide a few answers to exactly what happened over those two days and nineteen twenty one. It will be for many a literal. Reopening of a wound festered within the city for nearly a century. The Tulsa massacre of nineteen twenty one did not a word often used to describe such events erupt. The city simply reached. What now seems an inevitable breaking point? In early nineteen, twenty one tulsa was awash cash from the oil boom. The good fortune reached into the north section of the city, mostly populated by black Americans. That later to be known as the Black Wall Street contained one hundred ninety one businesses, including hotels feed store, a roller rink cleaners, mom and pop stores and restaurants plus offices for doctors, dentists and lawyers. The area had at least five churches to a library movie theater and a hospital. Like the rest of the city at that time, the black area also known as Greenwood had its problems alcohol, even under prohibition was readily available. Illegal drugs were easy to find to. As we're gambling and prostitution the whole city, not just greenwood struggled with crime end with lawless punishment less than a year before a white teenager, accused of murder, was taken from jail cell and lynched by a white mob. The police did little to protect him. And Racial Violence against black people was commonplace, even though thousands of black Americans had just returned from fighting in World War. One Jim Crow Laws and pervasive racist attitudes meant that equality remained nothing more than a dream for black Americans and many white Americans. Wanted to keep it that way. Ellsworth route and in two thousand one report commissioned by the State of Oklahoma on then called riot that quote during the weeks and months leading up to the riot, there were more than a few white Tulsen's who only feared. The color line was in danger of being slowly erased a believed that this was already happening. So into that explosive milieu, a black teenaged boy, working as a shoeshiner, had a brief run in with a white teenage girl operating elevator. and. The fuse was lit. The boy was taken into custody. A group of more than two thousand angry white people, some intent on lynching him, possibly prompted by an inflammatory editorial in a white run newspaper gathered on the courthouse steps some armed black war, veterans and others squared off with them there and soon shots were fired. White people from all over the city began their march on the green. What area to tamp down? What many white people saw as an uprising? Their stories of black citizens being murdered in their homes interrupted in their evening prayers. The terror went on for eighteen hours into June first. Despite their sworn duty to serve and protect neither Tulsa police, nor any other government agency assisted the black population. Instead Tulsa police officers helped set some buyers, an all white unit of the National Guard joined the invaders. Other. Public officials provided guns and AMMO two white men. The KKK got involved a semi functioning machine gun was on black. Tulsen's and some reports indicate the airplanes dropped homemade fire starters. Despite being largely outnumbered black Tulsen's fought to protect their homes and businesses and most of all. Greenwood. But in the end, scores of black people and some white people were killed in. Greenwood was left in ruins. The exact numbers of injured and dead. Even after what's to be uncovered in three suspected mass graves may never be known. It's still unclear exactly what happened between the Black Shoeshine Boy Dick Rowland and the white. Elevator Goal Sarah page to spark the massacre. Though one thing is known. She refused to bring charges. Roland was vindicated. For years. Tulsa refused to acknowledge in any meaningful way. What had happened in nineteen twenty one. Nobody has ever been charged or prosecuted for the crimes that occurred during those eighteen or so hours, even those who grew up there ellsworth included were not taught that part of the city's history. The Tulsa race massacre became a terrible and closely held secret. That began to change with Ellsworth's defeated promised land, and some earlier work, then in nineteen ninety-five, when members of the national media descended on Oklahoma City after the bombing of the federal building, they were informed of this other more terrible episode of domestic terrorism in the state's history. More news accounts and more books of the massacre followed and twenty nineteen, the HBO Comic Book Superhero Series Watchmen inspired in part by Tulsa, enlightened many to the story. But pulses failed efforts to come to grips with its deadly past has left scars. Ellsworth said city was robbed of its honesty. You have entire generations growing up in Tulsa who've never heard of this your people growing up with a false reality, a false vision of the land they were on I mean imagine if today right now that you had young people growing up in Manhattan, who had never heard of nine eleven, but there were no books to talk about nine eleven that it's as if it didn't exist. The race massacre was a gigantic myth in the history of Tulsa it was deliberately buried for a long time. With the honor thing of one of at least three suspected mass graves and Tulsa next month will mark another step in the long road to understanding and perhaps one day recovery.
Tottenham vs Manchester United highlights and reaction
"In the Premier League Tottenham Hotspur taking on Manchester United Finish Spurs. One united one. Craig Burley Stephen Nickell on frank, leboeuf. Replaced on that Game Craig. Let's start with you one one fan. Well, thank you deserve something that the game that we played No. No surprise that taught them were Clinton deep. That's what he did before the lockdown. That's continue to. But I thought you know journey. Passenger falstaff the shift. The Ball quelques PAS and particularly sweat. You play doughnut, right hand side where? You know for them. They were trying to exploit Maguire in Shaw. who comfortable for long periods but? You know all ultimately. Goal which is a really good one from United's perspective, and Maguire and couple of glory now. He made some changes then in April you know greenwood definitely poke pogba Mehta. Devon's and taught them. Just started this deep so I I think united at least good for point. Of course pro on ensuring the second half Franken in performance that you want to see more of his United Fan. Yes definitely you made a huge impact. When he came on and play for like thirty minutes and we saw was Fernandez that he was. He could make a very good pair and I want to see more of course, more involvement, but. E creed the penalty eventing. Maybe we're going to talk about it I don't think it was a penalty, but E was It was good. We had good mentality, and we know how good he is and how? Big Can before Manchester United. He's gotTa start now from now on Stevie. No, I don't think so it didn't. It didn't look particularly strong I. Mean You saw closeup? Italians and he was blowing. Pray heavy for the guy who. was playing for half an hour so clearly. He didn't start because he's not. He's not physically strong enough to settling. Play a whole game. Solskjaer decided to bring him on for a Hafer. Which is actually for? Makes, him look good. Clearly, the opposition were were running a steam. When you can bring on Sunday we're has ability. Then that's good forever body. It makes him look good and of course. Gives a team a left. I'd have to see on the other Tondo taught. Them. have. Marine is GONNA. Play this we all the time. What she certainly looks like. He's going to have to find a playmaker because he doesn't have what Eric Lamelo as much as you have the ball. He come come pick A. I don't know whether he sees a possible, even if he does it come pick it and he kept giving away and how? Kate must be thinking Oh my goodness. For the on percents shop. Physically, not he must be thinking while we actually going to do this game and game out because if he's going to have a tough time getting goals.
"greenwood" Discussed on KTOK
"In the Greenwood district which was the site of the nineteen twenty one race massacre in which white mobs killed hundreds of blacks and destroyed what was known as black Wall Street from the weather center on the storm team it'll be cloudy today look for rain and we'll have a high in the low nineties tonight will drop to the mid sixties tomorrow the first day of summer but it'll be cloudy we have an eighty percent chance of storms that high of eighty eight I'm Jacquelyn Scott newsradio one thousand Katie okay newsradio one thousand Katie okay studios or service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for Edie yellow teeth learn more at universal men's clinic dot com this report is sponsored by mothers against drunk driving delays on northbound I. thirty five due to an accident at I. two forty we also northwest thirty six that out to deny it and south of sixteenth street a Mustang road I'm counting cars sent with your Oklahoma City area traffic for victims of drunk and drugged driving our grief is unique but you are not alone you always have a place at mad call our twenty four hour victim help line at eight seven seven Matt help or visit Matt dot org everyone's loving what diamonds direct is doing right now it's the best stimulus plan ever five years zero interest financing on any purchase with no money down it's diamonds direct way of helping you make your money go further as we all look forward to better days just pick any item indictments directional cases get the amazing value price you know we're known for making no down payment and spread your payments over five years without paying a dime in interest that means a six thousand dollar designer ring is yours for just one hundred dollars a month this makes everything more of an a time when we need it most pendants bracelets bands colored gemstones designer fashion jewelry take the price divide by sixty and that's.
Stitt now recommends Trump not visit Greenwood District
"Governor stead says he's now asked president trump not to visit the historic Greenwood district in Tulsa during his visit on Saturday the district is the location of the nineteen twenty one Tulsa race massacre as for the rally itself and Colbert concerns governors did says were free society and people are free to stay home if they don't want to attend he says people should make the best decision for their
Vice President Pence to Join Trump in Tulsa Rally
"Up vice president Mike pence tweets he'll join president trump in Tulsa this weekend as the president rallies his supporters Meghan bishop reports trump is kicking off a series of campaign rallies in Tulsa despite naysayers who think it's a bad idea because of because of it nineteen according to the president's campaign more than a million tickets have already been requested for Saturday's rally at the B. okay center which holds only nineteen thousand people campaign officials remind you before entering the arena everyone will undergo a temperature check can be given hand sanitizer and a face mask governor step once president trump's campaign to consider a venue larger then told us be okay Sir to accommodate the crowd at Saturday's rally the campaign says nearly a million people have asked for tickets but the POK center does hold only nineteen thousand so the governor has suggested moving the rally outside states scheduled to introduce the president at the rally and also has asked trump and pence to join him on a tour of Tulsa's Greenwood district which was the site of a massacre in nineteen twenty one that left as many as three hundred
"greenwood" Discussed on Minority Korner
"That's a powerful quote from the author. Kimberly l Jones who gave an impassioned speech will link that in the show notes. She gave an impassioned speech. That just really seemed incredibly fitting to the story of Tolstoi Greenwood. You know with all that we've been through an experience at the hands of white folks. All black people really want his piece equity and equality, and that's really not asking for much, not revenge. Just equality. And just looking at the story of toll, such seeing how it all started because of the accusation of a white girl seventeen years old. And we see other times in history were accusations from white women have led to the death and destruction of black bodies. You know Emmett till comes to mind, and even recently what happened with Christian Cooper when he was bird-watching in central park, and a white woman threatened to call the police say African American men was attacking her while he simply. Asked her to leash her dog and those who don't learn from history are doomed to repeat it. This is why my heart was so broken and so many black folks around the country when they heard the story about what happened. Christian Coop Cooper that story. It triggers the past because we know. We know that this could turned out so differently for him. Because history has shown us that and in an alternate timeline, which is you believe an alternate universes. You know. Things in an end up so well for Christian Cooper and he just shot and killed by the police an alternate universe. Maybe we're taking to the streets to demand justice for Christian Cooper that breaks my heart and I am grateful that in this time line in this universe that does not the case for him. You know we also see in the story of Tulsa the history of police. You know mentioned that game mentioned that White. Folks showed up acting as the police. So again. The history of police is rooted. In violence towards black people, controlling the bodies of black people, and if you saw this week, John Oliver, but he cites a quote from post civil war era. Alabama planter that was in and this was included. Michelle Alexander's the new Jim Crow and he's said. In referring to the police this guy said that we have the power to pass stringent laws to govern Negroes. This is a blessing for they must be controlled in some way or white people cannot live among them. That is the history of the police and that is why we need mass reforming restructuring of this institution that they're not. Police are not meant to be warriors against their own people, but they are supposed to be protectors, several servants and protectors of their people, and that's not the structures that are in place across most America and I will tell you. That's not how black people feel not feel. Police are protectors of them in the least bit. Also just to debunk something. There's a lot of talk about what defunding. The police means it means different things on different levels, but it definitely means. Is overly funded in some cities. A third of their budget goes towards the police. We'll actually will be talking about this in greater detail this coming week of the new episode of minority Corner happening on Friday. We're going to dive in to campaign zero, which essentially ten points and ten initiatives towards reform reforming our police structures, and it's all based on data or policies that are either already in place in different parts here in the US or around the world and We're going to break those down. Because also important we talk about you know getting rid of a system or abolishing system. We also want to put in. What are we fighting for? What do we want to put in place events? That's going to happen this coming week on minority corner, so if you haven't watched the watchman, Definitely Watch, it is so apropos frighteningly so of..
"greenwood" Discussed on Minority Korner
"A black, a nineteen year old, Black Man Dick rollins. Of assaulting her. Alleged Ray allegedly alleged her word. This is, and she was an elevator operator and he was a shoeshiner. Okay, they went to the same building or something. So that one event. That's that's it. The word of one seventeen year old white woman against the word of one thousand nine year old black. shoeshiner. Okay so that gave local mobs of white men, acting as police Kazu invade the community on March, thirty, first nineteen, twenty one. This assault was met by. A bunch of armed. Community members to defend their home. Some were black will were one veterans, so they defend the country, and now they have to defend their home from other Americans. This is why I don't call it a riot. Because nobody was, this was brutal brutal, so during the night and day of the riot deputize whites killed more than three hundred black people. Insane and Rehydrate, and this is also like their American citizens right he's. Like that's. Focused coming into your town and city, just slaughtering your community and your people three hundred. It gets worse. They looted and burned to the ground forty square blocks of one, thousand, two, hundred, sixty five African American homes, including hospitals, schools churches in destroyed one hundred and fifty businesses, the city of Tosa you conspired with the mob, arresting more than six thousand black residents and refusing to provide assistance law enforcement dropped firebombs on buildings homes in fleeing families, stating that they were protecting against the Negro uprising in estimated that ten thousand people were left homeless. Remember when I said in nineteen twenty one that there are ten thousand black people in Greenwood literally everyone who live there was left homeless. Okay so let's go back into the personal stories. Yeah, so og early. Remember him, yeah. He lost, everything. During the race riots girly hotel. The first, the streets first commercial on. Valued at fifty five thousand dollars was lost along with the Brunswick billiard parlor. The Dock Eastman Hughes Cafe Greeley also owned a two story building. It House Carter's.
Washington D.C. Protests Continue Over The Death Of George Floyd
"Demonstrations are taking place across America this weekend protesters are chanting the name of George Floyd and the names of others who have died at the hands of police Eric garner Tamir rice Freddie gray and Brianna Taylor who would have celebrated her twenty seventh birthday yesterday she was shot and killed by police insider Louisville home this mark it will be heard those chants outside the White House last night she's with us this morning that a thanks for being with us it's my pleasure these protests have been going on for well over a week what did you see last night well when I got there it yesterday evening it was incredibly wet the rain was super intense I probably dissuaded everyone but the most hardcore protesters that said there are still hundreds of people very soggy people outside the White House I talked to a group of women pediatricians who come from all over the United States to offer first aid to protesters and a young man who just walked up and started spray painting a building right next to me right yeah that's right he was kind enough to introduce himself and described his work I go by resist V. as an on Instagram this is that how I protest this is the DC flag upside down he was painting an upside down flag of the district of Columbia that is correct and I asked resist because then that what he'd say to anyone who might confront him about the destruction of property he says he only tags boarded up buildings which honestly describes most of the buildings in downtown DC right now I specifically had only ply wood because I know that it's going to be gone and yeah I just want people to ask questions and I want people to like think and see like what does it mean Kerstetter there was it what I'll call from state sanctioned painting yesterday his well the DC government paid for a giant mural right there on sixteenth street near the White House that reads black lives matter right basically the words black lives matter are painted in giant yellow lettering on the street instructions for about two blocks this is a real statement from DC mayor Muriel Bowser has officially named this entire area out black lives matter plaza it's very eye catching and I met a young woman taking selfie of front of it Erica DSS she lost a friend police brutality if you got a radically passionate as we talked and warning also explicit her language about the movement happening right now you know it starts with black lives matter because it's so blue eight and the disrespect and it's just like stop it just needs to stop in as a people will come together will become strong were enlightened world wake and it's just the most beautiful thing I've ever seen in life in there was no way in hell I was going to sit at home when I could bring my here is Greenwood give my last breath I'd rather die on the streets but for my children at home got the one my couch and it sounds like Erica D. as is is going to be back out on the streets today along with many as a hundred thousand other people here in Washington DC that estimate comes from the city's fire chief and of course our protest taking place all over the country every place from Akron Ohio to Sacramento California Garden City Kansas scores of cities all over the country what are you hearing about the deployment of law enforcement that's been interesting here in Washington DC more than a thousand active duty soldiers who are on standby near the city were ordered home last night according to army secretary Ryan McCarthy these days there has been very clear about asking the president to remove all extraordinary federal law enforcement from DC he says this he knows how to have a large demonstrations she says all the extra military that was out there was messing with the chain of command and she says it's been confusing have officers out on the streets that black insignia last night I saw almost no police officers maybe that was because of the rain maybe it's because the protests have been extremely peaceful there was just not a significant presence of people in uniform unlike the other times and never will be thanks so
‘We’re sick of it’: Anger over police killings shatters US
"Protests over the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis have been taking place all over the country and cities both big and small including one that's marking a significant day in its racial history on may thirty first nineteen twenty one a race riot erupted Intel's Oklahoma as white mobs began looting in leveling the affluent black district of Greenwood known as the black Wall Street over reports of a black man had assaulted a white woman in an elevator hundreds are believed to have died ninety nine years later the protester over George Floyd and the crowd until says a mix of blacks and whites and mainly peaceful with many using the protester Colin told so efficient to do a better job of addressing racial inequality I'm Julie Walker
Adam Greenwood and Dr. Arlene Astell discuss alleviating loneliness in care homes
"So we'll get started here The audience wants to know what we're talking about today so I'm going to give each of your chance to describe the product and say this is what we're doing. This is the advent of it and this is why it matters so adam go ahead started for us last year when I watched a tedtalk. Khuda what makes a good life by Robert Loading and he said a Hob- professor and he was talking about the Harvard Study of Adult Development I'm sure you guys are aware of it. Seventy five years seven hundred plus men and then about two thousand that children where they were looking at the work the hung life and the health people from lots of different socio economic backgrounds For for an unprecedented length of time and the. I suppose what the amazing results were that it wasn't about upbringing. It wasn't about health or money. It's good relationships. Good relationships keep us happier and healthier Social connections all good for us and ultimately loneliness kills and I was doing some research And I came across a piece by a UK charity Kool aid UK and they said that around half a million older people. So that's sixty five plus you can go as long as a week without speaking to another person We as an agency is digital digital agency have been looking at ways that we could use voice. Tech- Lots of different Scenarios over the last two years and this is something that I felt really stormy about And so we wanted to find out if we could use voice tech- to help to tackle the problem of loneliness. In order people excellent Arlene so my interest in this has come from working with older people and trying to get technology into their hands to make lives better The this many existing off the shelf devices and APPs we can download really have functions that can benefit people but often the pros has tried to connect people with the technology trying to find the people who will benefit has being challenging particularly came to us with some work. A few years ago is set to pay 'em a network of Ph D. students who are looking at Health and wellbeing in later life. And how technology could help and one of them was very interested to work with the the people who are really hard to reach people who are lonely. The people who are isolated who may be not having contact with services but sitting in their own homes with Shrinking social network shrinking an ability to to make contact to make new contacts. And how could we stop to to look at where they emerging technologies could could assist them and particularly things like Anything would make new social connections so I was up to see delighted to To be connected with with Adam and Greenwood Campbell when they wanted to start looking at putting boys technology to to tackle loneliness excellent. So what is the product do? And how do you deploy it? And what's been the response what we wanted to do with this study. First of all was just find out if the if the acts of talking to voice assistance would help in in tackling learning us so what we did is So we've been working with an organization called Abbey Failed. I'm here in the UK they They have a bow About four hundred retirement living homes around you can't about seven thousand residents so We all stem if we'd introduce Alexis Google assistance into some of the residents rooms so that we could start to do some qualities studies about the Their effects on loneliness. And that's that's when we start to work with Arlene to help us to try and understand initially how to gauge loneliness in order to people And then often the study we could find out if it made any Tackled it in any way
7-year-old girl dies one minute into tonsil surgery, parents say
"Five payments of a seven year old South Carolina girl say she died one minute into surgery to have her tonsils taken out Paisley cog still died at a Medical Center in Greenwood family members of the girl from Clinton say she snored in her sleep but was otherwise very healthy prior to the tonsillectomy and autopsy is expected to determine the official
Winners and losers from the South Carolina debate
"Well as nice emigre debate in the south Carolina devolved into well one of the hottest debates of ever seeing the candles were basically running amok yelling at each other onstage while the moderators didn't take part it just it was it was bizarre and a lot of ways let's talk about IT winners losers all those guys if you could tell when they were talking over each other yelling at each other Backstreet was reporter for the hill covering the two thousand twenty democratic race Roma tutor at K. Max Greenwood marked him Max good to talk to you thanks for having me on yeah what I mean what happened last night it it just seems that it at a certain point they're all
Monique Greenwood transformed Brooklyn 'haunted mansion' into world-class B
"Three tents and win celebrates black history month she began her life of love of life she beginning to start that again she began her line of luxury bed and breakfast inns with the transformation of the haunted mansion meet Monique Greenwood it's a first on ten ten wins black history month a trailblazer who has three eyes I do that third is the ability to see the possibility any change maker has to have the third she's Monique Greenwood from bed Stuy and the vision taking an old run down eighteen sixties villa and turning it into one of the country's premier bed and hot spots it was dilapidated yeah because no one was ever there well they are here now be a quantum mansion attracts tourists from all over the world that's guys probably when the bass is gentrifying communities ever Brooklyn had no major hotels twenty four years ago when a quavo opened Greenwood at her husband Glenn pope changed all that I enjoy staying at bed and breakfast at the hotel and I realize that everything about it tied into my personal passion the couple is opened at least four other locations in cities across America for black history month Larry Mullins ten ten wins
Trump vows support for anti-abortion movement at March for Life rally
"You thank you president of the United States addressing hundreds of thousands of pro life demonstrators who've come together in our nation's capital to commemorate the anniversary of the supreme court's what they call wrongly decided roe V. Wade decision other demanding political action forty seven years and I have to tell you the March has become the pre near event of the pro life movement and without a doubt trump's historic appearance is a bone not only for the marchers before his base this is critical and this is the president of the United States of America many people the rally war make a Gerber make America great hats they touted the program signs when trump wave to the crowd the to the sounds of Lee Greenwood's god bless the USA the champ came up four more years four more
New York Synagogue Attack: Suspect Arraigned On State Attempted Murder Charges
"Grafton Thomas the suspect in the Hanukkah machete attack a rabbi's house in Muncie is due back in court today to face state charges WCBS reporter mac Rosenberg is a new city with the details craft and Thomas will be arraigned today on the state charges which includes six counts of attempted murder he's pleaded not guilty this after pleading not guilty to federal hate crime charges Monday dating back to two thousand two grafted Thomas has been well known to the Greenwood lake police department documents obtained by the New York Post show he's been arrested at least twice once in two thousand seven when police say he knocked on the car door of the man and attacked him on a highway several other times you're in Rocklin police note Grafton Thomas was seen doing suspicious things like looking inside parked cars outside a restaurant and banging on the door of a home before asking a woman there if you could take things from her garbage as far as the stabbing in Muncie there's a concern that Thomas may not be mentally fit to stand trial it was in federal court Monday is attorney told the judge he doesn't believe Thomas fully understands the
Balch Springs woman gets 30 years for forcing child to perform sex acts on her husband
"Appalled springs woman who forced a nine year old girl to perform sex acts on her husband will be locked up for decades it was last October that thirty nine year old don Greenwood pleaded guilty to production of child **** she sentence the thirty years in federal prison federal prosecutors say the girl was living with the couple in their bald springs home when Greenwood recorded the girl in our phone Facebook actually brought the situation to light when they notify the national center for missing and exploited children that Sean green what had posted sexually explicit images of minors on his account a search of the couple's home turned up copies of the video on both their phones Sean Greenwood pleaded guilty in December and will be sentenced in
Hanukkah stabbing victim may never walk, talk again
"An acidic Jewish man in a coma after being stabbed in the head along with four of the victims of the rabbi's house in Muncie on Hanukkah is speaking out the BBC surly castle with the latest let stand up together and stop the hatred Nikki Colin is one of Joseph Newman seven children she says her seventy two year old father may never wake up and if he does he'll likely be brain damaged and paralyzed Grafton Thomas of Greenwood lake is charged with five counts of attempted murder and hate crimes Colin is asking the public and the news media to shift its focus take the focus off of him people are looking for the glory and the fame and we do not want
Family of man stabbed in Hanukkah attack says his condition is "dire"
"Looking back on this weekend's Hanukkah celebration stabbing at a rabbi's basement in Rockland county in which five people were hurt the family of one victim says they're losing hope that help regain consciousness Joseph Newman was stabbed multiple times he has a skull fracture and doctors say he'll suffer from permanent brain damage and partial paralysis at the least Newman is among five orthodox Jews wounded in the Hanukkah attack act that rabbi's home in Muncie on Saturday night where the suspect Grafton Thomas quite chillingly allegedly entered and said no one's leaving before he took out a machete and launched his attack meanwhile we're learning more about Thomas the suspect the Greenwood lake man's attorney says his client suffers from schizophrenia has been in the state of mental decline for the past decade and had been previously prescribed three medications for psychosis and depression Thomas faces federal hate crime and attempted murder
Police chief: Suspect in Hannukah stabbings in custody, faces 5 counts of attempted murder and 1 count of burglary
"Five police say the suspect to Monica stabbings in Muncie New York that's north of New York City Albion bars faces five counts of attempted murder and one count of burglary your governor Andrew Cuomo I'm describing the attack as an act of domestic terrorism more now from C. B. S. only sound a suspect in custody after five people were stabbed at a rabbi's home in Rockland county New York the attack came on the seventh night of Hanukkah police say thirty seven year old Grafton Thomas of Greenwood lake will face five counts of attempted murder he was arrested in Harlem in New York City after witnesses were able to write down his license plate number as he drove away ram the pope police chief Brad Y. del we're very fortunate that the NYPD
New York Icons: The Bell Jar
"It's good to meet you as Clark is the author of the forthcoming nine hundred page biography of Platt I meet up with her and we take a look at the magazine Plath oversaw that summer you know what struck me the first time I looked through this was the number of ads you just can't quite believe how many ads are in this Zine it's almost page after page and of course fashion spreads to fashion magazine so in a back room of the New York Public Library where flipping through a copy of the magazine Clark points out one ad in particular it's for shape wear that's also sportswear so this Janssen add anyone for action anyone for beautiful perform an action there is a woman with a Barbie Physique wearing a hat and gloves connect with a bra and girdle as she gets ready to serve in a game of tennis this is positively the most pleasant to wear slimming trimming smoothing soothing figure maker ever devised and there's a poem called the applicant where she uses this kind of language I noticed you were stock naked how about this suit blackened stiff but not a bad it when you marry it it is waterproof shatterproof proof against fire and bombs through the roof believe me they'll bury you in it Mademoiselle had become interested in her after a story she had submitted a year earlier one it's national fiction contest but Clark says that Platt Struggle old in her role as managing editor she had wanted to be fiction editor at just nineteen years old plath had already published poems and won awards Mademoiselle published some of the top writers of its day Dylan Thomas Tennessee Williams Truman capote but instead of selecting editing short stories plan throats fashioned blurbs including one praising the versatility of sweaters I think plath found her self suddenly embedded in this fashion and beauty industry and she's become part of this vast propaganda machine that woman's women into objects and she wanted to be the subject of her own life she didn't want to be the objective someone else's life so I think that contributed to her sense of disillusion that summer suddenly it was her job to kind of objectify women bio green they were promoting it for fall title green with black bio green white bio green with Nio green it's kissing cousin fashion blurb silver and full of nothing sent up there fishy bubbles in my brain they surfaced with a hollow pop but it isn't just the limitations of fashion and magazines that got to plant she was also troubled by the limitations placed on women in the nineteen fifties even in New York City that place of possibility I made a point beating so fast I never kept the other people waiting who generally ordered only chefs salad and grapefruit juice at one point in the bell jar she says everyone in New York to reduce PAS not trying to reduce plath has an enormous appetite is her actual appetite was legendary she wants emptied out hosts refrigerator before a dinner party but she had an appetite for everything you know she wanted to be the best writer she wanted to so I'm close she wanted to raise honeybees you went to make her own honey and she just wanted it all can women have it all it's a question still asking it had just started to come up in the nineteen fifties when women who've done the whole rosie the riveter thing during the war were now expected to be homemade occurs again even though many thrived in the workforce and developed real professional aspirations it was an ongoing discussion within society about whether women could do three things at once dying Johnson got married one month after the gas ownership Mademoiselle the summer had changed her and given her a greater sense of what her life could be but then she had four children within the span of six years so I was home with these little kids but they had naps and that's when somebody said why don't you the novel about something that you can do during nap time you know that's the way things evolve house of naptime Johnson has since written more than a dozen books and been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Plath during a man who would support her as a writer was a major anxiety when she wrote about extensively in her journals in the Bell Jar Esther Greenwood reflection in her sort of boyfriend a medical student at Yale who everyone told her was such a good guy I also remembered Buddy Willard saying innocent minister knowing way that after I had children I would feel differently I wouldn't want to write poems anymore so I began to think maybe it was true that when you were married and had children it was like being brainwashed and afterward you went numb as a slave in some private totalitarian state a few years later plath thought she found a man who would not brainwash her as a graduate student at Cambridge she met fellow poets Ted Hughes who she married in Nineteen fifty sex both enjoyed growing reputations as writers when they were interviewed by the BBC's Owen Leeming in nineteen sixty one you'll have to give the impression that Oh you spend your whole Mary lives thinking poems and reading to each other I think our domestic life is is practically indistinguishable from all the people who live around I'm not the only main difference is that Ted doesn't go out to work at nine and come home at five he retires about nine to to his room and and works but I certainly having a life just like all the other housewives and mothers district shopping dishes and taking care of the baby in four so for Hughes Writing was a fulltime job a career but plath was a wife and mother who happened to write perhaps like Johnson during nap time plath was actually writing the bell jar at the time of that interview she alluded to it when she was interviewed again the next year this time by the BBC's Peter or he asks plath if there are particular themes that she's interested in exploring and he rambles off this list of ingredients that she's baked right into the bell jar Robert lulls poems about his experiences in a mental hospital for example interested very much these peculiar private and to move subjects it's I feel have been explored in recent American poetry I think particularly the poorest and Sexton who writes also about her experiences I always wanted to write the long short story I wanted to rise Nawfal now that I have attained shall I say a respectable age and have had experiences I feel much more interested in pros in the novel I feel that Plath published the bell jar under a pseudonym because she was so worried about offending the people she fictionalized as characters in it one of those characters was her editor at Mademoiselle who she called JC in the Bell Jar JC asks esther what she wants to do after college and suddenly she draws a blank unable to list off for am visions of being a professor writer or an editor and a writer. I've always thought I'd like to go into publishing I tried to recover thread that might lead me back to my old bright salesmanship I guess what I'll do is apply at some publishing house you ought to read French and German. JC said mercilessly and probably several other languages as well Spanish and Italian better still Russian hundreds of girls flood into New York every June thinking they'll be editors Utah for something more than the run of the mill person you better learn some languages. JC is a tough editor who cuts her down to size in that way she calls to mind another memorable story said Ed Women's magazine in New York so you don't read runway no for today you had never heard of me now you have no style or something fashion while similar take down to Andy Sacks her would be assistant that's a complete exaggeration of winter is the longtime editor of Vogue and the basis for maranda priestly
"greenwood" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"Welcome to the outcomes rocket podcast where we inspire collaborative thinking improved outcomes and business success with today's most successful end inspiring healthcare leaders and influencers and now your host I welcome back to the podcast today have the privilege of hosting Luebbe Greenwood. She's the head of strategic business development and corporate ventures at barely and alphabet it company luebbe brings to Google Pharmaceutical biotechnology and digital health industry experience and expertise in building and investing in innovative technology companies and providing strategic counsel to global corporations previously Luba has served served as vice president of Global Business Development and mergers and acquisitions at Roche where she also established and led the east coast innovation hub for the Diagnostics Division Luebbe is on the board of Mass Bio and Brooklyn Immuno Therapeutics and serves as advisor to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute as part of its Business Development Council Luebbe Thought Leader for the New England Journal of Medicine Catalyst founder of the Pharma Digital Health Roundtable and a lecturer at Boston University Law School L. and School of management where she has taught courses in life sciences business law innovation and Entrepreneurship since twenty fourteen her career has spanned leadership roles in venture investing business development mergers and acquisitions law <unk> an operations with companies like venture partner at Colt ventures the strategy for Excel ehealth a flagship ventures company. She's also did some work with Pfizer and started her career at leading national national law firm Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and door where she represented clients insecurities I._P.. Regulatory Corporate and litigation matters many many awards have also been given to her including Science Club for Girls Catalyst Award for her commitment to advocating for women in science and Tech Luebbe served as nonprofit board member of Longwood Symphony Orchestra Executive Coach for mass next Gen among many other outstanding appointments with that. I JUST WANNA say I'm super excited to have her here on a podcast with us and <hes> thrilled to to be diving into her thoughts on what's next in healthcare revenue generation and <hes> making things actionable in healthcare so Luebbe Luba. Thanks so much for joining me. It's all thank you for having me so Luebbe. What is it that got you into the healthcare sector well? I have always been interested in fascinated by biology and science. I've actually I yes. I'm a lawyer but it was more by accident that I went into the legal profession I actually started out in science and have been very interested in not just science but in medicine and and people and patient and just very curious curious about people's journey in life and health actually when I was in <hes> an Undergrad I did major in science but I also debate through school. I became an e._M._t.. And just loved it even more and wanted wanted to know and and contribute more to medicine and specifically an innovation a lot of what I saw and granted this was from the point of view of of an e._M._t.. <hes> with that there was still a lot of a lot of care that really could given to patients and a lot of innovation that could be done so I remember it came to my biochemistry thesis adviser and <hes> I told him hey I I want to go and innovate and come up with new medicines and therapies for patients and then he said well innovation if you are interested in that in life sciences it's really lost so that was that was an interesting take from somebody that teaches by chemistry and but then again this was this was about twenty years ago when more than twenty years ago when you didn't win the Kendall Square and look the way that it looks now and <hes> you didn't have as much innovation really going on and happening here in Boston and <hes> so I wanted to <hes> I went into law and it was actually not my strength.
"greenwood" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"And theaters. It's plus it's beautiful, and, and they, they make every artist feeling perfectly comfortable, their technology smart. And that's a favorite venue of mine. But if you're going to talk about performing outdoors, you know, it could be anywhere. There's, there's a there's places you can put twenty five thousand people in it like von Aroo here in Tennessee. Or it's some of the rolling thunder shows in, in Arizona and Minnesota. But it just depends you know, if you if you feel like you're reaching the public, and you're entertaining them for me that's more important, but I do like to artistic shows was small audiences like, let's say change Taber, because I consider myself sort of contemporary country music. So it's hard to, to say which venue I might like, but I have a lot of favorites. Crushing it for so long here. What type of goals or plans, you have yourself a future here? What's next for Yuli? I've outlived the copyright at universal with all the music that I wrote over the past thirty five years. I've releasing twenty song CD later this year of some re recorded songs and some brand new songs. And I'm reading I'm doing that because I will own the copyrights in the master's, recordings for the first time in my life. And, you know, if people win the American idol, you know, that they have a contract, they signed over for ten years to American idol own most of everything they get. And so I've been blessed to be able to keep singing, and now the product that I'll release that will be uniquely mine. We'll also pay off revenue for me. So I have that in the works my wife and I'll probably travel a little more than, than we have in the past, as I said, we still have a kid in college for two more years when doll gets his PHD at Vanderbilt. He may move to a different kind of location and be finan-. Consultant, so we're just sort of waiting. See what, what the world would bring us but I have no fear about the future. And, and I have no desire to quit. What I do. Philosophy Lee last thing. I'm gonna hit you would hear I love to ask all the dads. Get on the podcast. What type of advice you half of that new dad, or for that, about the father, who's out there listening? Well, we're all going to have the same challenge as fathers. We are number one supposed to be the breadwinner, now many families. The women actually are the breadwinner, but I'd say still eighty percent men that have the more lucrative job because they plan for that women's vote of the planners for the family. I they know the probably gonna have children. They wanna stab secure location for their family. So it's a different kind of way to look at. So for a guy, you wanna make sure that you balance, family, and don't miss the early years because the kids grew up. You only have one shot at and, and when you see your little kids, you know, doing well in school, and, and you hear their voice daddy, daddy. I aria welcome home, you know, and you give that that, you know, don't miss those opportunities even the work may be challenging, and you're. Gonna have to give up some sleep to do all of the things that kids demand from you, as they get older through grammar school junior, high school and high school, you're still going to reap the rewards of showing them the love and the dedication. Because that's the way you spill. L. O V E. You spell it t-i-n-e. I love the message does a lot of fun for me. I gotta say Lee Greenwood, you are first class father and thank you so much for give me a few minutes time on first-class fatherhood awesome. Thank you. All right. I'm back with some closing in just a second here. Back to wrap things up here on first place. Fatherhood. I gotta give a special. Thank you. Once again to league Greenwood for giving me a few minutes of his time, here, it was so cool, please hit me up on Twitter. Guys drop me that over on Instagram. Let me know what you thought about today's episode. I always love to hear your feedback locking tomorrow. Former NFL head coach Hugh Jackson will be stopping by Wednesday. We.
"greenwood" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"From mainstream Greenwood the northbound sixty five shut down because of a crash you this completely closed. We have a crash south fort road is sixty five eight to ten car pileup northbound east street at I four sixty five all these sound like either ramps or bridges. We're looking out Avon right Now, Dan Jones road, just south of US. Thirty six main street that bridge is closed over the real yard. Also same thing with Ronald Reagan Parkway, south of US, thirty six street main street in Rockville road that is also closed because of icy conditions in gracious. I'm looking at the north here north. Rebound US, thirty one and four sixty five. Okay. Northbound ramp for Meridian street westbound four sixty five that's closed because of a crash right lane closed. Westbound four sixty five at Meridian street, multi car crash voted vehicle, you just a works on this one southbound US thirty one crash one hundred sixty three did another one according to Carmel at one hundred sixteenth street. We have this crash that has caused a hell of a delay here. It's that US thirty one state road. Thirty eight northbound lanes stop-and-go keystone up to one hundred ninety I reached out bound lane state road thirty eight devastate row thirty two and now we're learning of crash downtown right lane shut down taking on southbound sixty five seventy between the splits right there at Washington street. And we're backed up to the north split on southbound sixty five that delay is running from about twenty nine th street down to the north splitter. Please please, please be careful guys. Traffic sponsored by maximum smart. Security lines at Costco, replace your porch light with a maximum security light maximum. Gives you instant notifications on your smartphone. When someone's at your door, get your own maximum security, lighted Cosco I'd met bear follow us on Twitter for instant traffic. Updates and WIBC traffic. These roads are a mess. The bridges are.
"greenwood" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"greenwood" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio
"With greenwood family chiropractic three one seven eight nine three two eight five three that's eight nine three twenty eight fifty three so today i've had a lot of i've had a lot of questions these last couple of weeks in the office and they feel like they are topics that are quite relatable to a lot of people so i'm going to give my opinion and you can take it or leave it it's uh you know i think there is such a need to fill in the gap so it's not necessarily one topic today but some of the things that i think we're going to cover at a patient who asked me more recently their son had been struggling with fibromyalgia uh and there is a lot of people who struggle with fibromyalgia so we're going to talk about what you're nervous system has to do with something like fibromyalgia and why we see such on such great result in the office without abbott than it as well i had um a lot of people come to me with really really low cholesterol and there's a thought process because there's obviously cholesterol that is deemed to i i am there's obviously uh cholesterol that can be deemed too low now we talk a lot about the too high but there's not often times that someone talks about cholesterol if it becomes too low rate there's actually health risks and health dangers with cholesterol that's too low so when you see this number were like oh my gosh that's so good you're so far away from two hundred there can be health risks with that and we don't talk about it often so that some of the stuff that we are going to cover today i just the human body how it works what we do in the office because we look at five essentials now if you've never bed in the office if you've never tune in to maximize your life we really go by five essentials in the office.
"greenwood" Discussed on WINS 1010
"The story this afternoon greenwood s best known for seeding god bless the usa the president tweeted happy birthday to the great at lee greenwood eighty three you and your beautiful song had made such a difference one problem the singer's actual twitter handle is at the league greenwood the president's tweet it was directed at a new york lawyer named lee greenwood who said he gets mistaken for the singer a fair amount but certainly not at this level the president later corrected the tweet wins news time 555 it wasn't exactly the comment she wanted to post on the new york times website in response to political story about there it was a massachusetts woman who is dictating her comment with her iphones voice to tax function started talking to our friend in the middle of that comment she says the phone continued transcribing parts of the conversation it was posted online some of that conversation included her problems with icing her knee and the eggs she was cooking and her plans for the weekend the comment has gone viral with new york magazine a calling it the single best comment of the year at the national highway traffic safety administration is invest getting a problem with the steering wheel on some four to focus sedans officials say several drivers complain at the ball to attaching their steering wheel came loose while driving one says it came off there have been no reports of any injuries no recalls have initiated and soviet wins.
"greenwood" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Not johnny greenwood sam greenwood something greenway and ordering hooker foreigner john greenwood radiohead keyword player at just so amazing no this random the flee instruments that i say you don't see them our guys you know you know the entire starting outfield for the sixty yankees yelled i don't say that if you're like talking about famous scientists for philosophers or hill people that have contributed spectactor eweek many mullin in men got laid to this song the i mean they all incipient society desire yeah they do you how many in the back of like it take gained three hierarchy of our silence aren't of at the dodgers a man a concern graduations buddy oh i too in view now raking ever since they wa like my brands crawling now own eyeballs time should have known sorry i'll try to speak a little quieter thug macbook this is maybe these the ads better than the birth my children's oh you always said i can't even imagine like when they win the worlds were you around 88 really see any of that or the area yeah i was you're all of the idea that was like i leave winning yeah okay and did you go to that those series nod you know the money the okay and now as we go mike was there are we go he was he was there when gives and hit the home run links have seriously spoil little beach that he is oh my god he is a spoiled bitch are you are sold right rudy that's that really bothers rallies we funny or when you say i was in a hospital working day and night he was a hug bids should not third base line where was he citic their base avocado this terrible right second see guys.
"greenwood" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"In greenwood and as soon as i heard the governor was going to greenwood i new at had to either be he's gonna make a law to ban white gangsters or have something to deal with our camps well yeah it was the it was the ladder of the two saw but yeah basically uh and he was there along with jennifer wall thought dr jennifer wall fall who is the family and social services secretary for the state of indiana and yet it's just all apart about at he basically hammered it down that uh he was cashing in on campaign promises to help the open fight the opioid epidemic and has so far looks like that's exactly what he's doing with this nigel and i've talked a lot on this show kurd that the drug problem in the state of indiana and honestly all over america but specifically right here in indiana is the most under reported story we always hear about the crime we're here about the shootings we hear about the robbery's we hear about politics a lot in but you can't go anywhere seems like especially a public event a lotta people probably went through the fireworks downtown last night or even in there rome communities without things somebody just wipe out of their mind we yet and that's part of the thing there that is probably so under reported because it happens so often and it it like again you guys an example when i was working in laval we would literally go out of our way to cover every single shooting in homicide that would go on it in louisville averaged about maybe i'd say anywhere from sixty to eighty homicides year a lot less than what you see here in indianapolis which is exactly my point there are a lot more abundant here in indianapolis so they don't exactly get covered as much because it becomes the norm and i think that's kind of what's happening with the opioid opioid crisis so what a you don't really get it reported a lot like that unless something like this happens with the governor cracking down on a real quick zone wheel and get like thirty seconds do we know exactly why the colts grow closed is it was at.