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A highlight from Rewinding the Tunes: A Journey Back to the Music and Movies of 1976
"Well, here we are. Episode 121. 121. And on this episode, I have the big two, the wrecking crew, Mark Smith and Lou Colicchio from the Music Relish Show. We're going to be talking about a magnificent year of 1976. There was a lot going on that year. There was a bicentennial. The country was all patriotic, flags everywhere. The music wasn't bad and the movies were pretty good. So, sit back, relax, break out your American flag. You should already have one. It's insane. And enjoy 1976. The KOFB studio presents Milcrate and Turntables, a music discussion podcast hosted by Scott McLean. Now, let's talk music. Enjoy the show. Thank you, Amanda, for that wonderful introduction. Welcome back, my friends, to the show that never ends. You know the name of it. I'm not going to say it. I'm streaming live right now over Facebook, YouTube, Twitch, Twitter, Dlive, X. Twitter is XX. I guess I could say both sounds like more. There are a couple other, you know. Let's get the chat bar open here for the live streamers, podcasters. You don't have to worry about that. Yeah, welcome to the podcast. We got a good show. Good one tonight. 1976, very busy year. Very busy year for the country. It was a busy year in music. It was a busy year in movies. This is going to be a busy podcast. Busy, busy, busy. Let's see. Let's just bring them on. I think Lou, in 1976, Lou was 32 and Mark was one. I don't know. Lou Colicchio and Mark Smith from the Music Relish Show. What's up, gentlemen? Good evening. Yeah. Let's see. I get a move seat. I was 31 in 1976. You were 31. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Yeah. I was in graduate school. Oh, wow. Still 31 in grad school. Still hanging in there, buddy. I got that philosophy degree. Finally, I finally got that philosophy degree. Yeah. Yeah. Now, he invented LinkedIn for his own uses. It's for his own use. Yeah. He just doesn't want to admit that he was one of the inventors. I've updated my profile. Oh, right off the bat. He was dying to do this. That did not take long. That did not take long. Todd Salkman just messaged in, I am here. Entertain me. Entertain you. Yeah. Fuck you. How's that? How's that? Entertain you. Who are you? Todd Salkman. Big head Todd Salkman. Who likes Todd. Todd the Wet Sprocket. That's what we'll start calling him. Todd the Wet Sprocket. Yes. Not Big Head Todd. Not Toad the Wet. Todd the Wet Sprocket. Yes. He's a big muscular, red -headed man. Hey, Patty Ozzie. Yeah. Welcome to the show. Hey, Patty. Welcome to the show. Well, we were off last week. I had flown up to Boston and I flew in Tuesday, last Tuesday. And by Tuesday night, I was at the, I don't know what they call it now, but it's the Wang Center in Boston, seeing Nick Cave with Colin Greenwood on bass from Radiohead. It was amazing.
A highlight from 668:SECs AI Dragnet and Ripples Courtroom Win
"Why do tacos get their own day of the week? Is it because Mondays are so rough, we need a Tuesday filled with beefy tortillas shared with good friends? If so, why don't we have Wellington Wednesdays stroganoff Saturdays, and heck, beefball Mondays? Then Mondays would just be another reason to enjoy our favorite beef with our favorite people. Together, we bring more. Beef, it's what's for dinner, funded by beef farmers and ranchers. Good evening, and welcome to the Crypto Overnighter. I'm Nick Ademus, and I will be your host as we take a look at the latest cryptocurrency news and analysis. So sit back, relax, and let's get started. And remember, none of this is financial advice. And it's 10 p .m. Pacific on Wednesday, September 13th, 2023. Welcome back to the Crypto Overnighter, where we have no sponsors, no hidden agendas, and no BS. But we do have the news, so let's talk about that. Tonight, we dig into the SEC's AI surveillance plans led by Gary Gensler. What does that mean for privacy and regulation? Ripple scores a point in court, but what's the real cost? OneCoin's co -founder faces 20 years behind bars, a reminder to always do your due diligence. Craig Wright dodges criminal sanctions, but raises questions about legal loopholes in crypto. North Korea's Lazarus Group makes another appearance, this time targeting Coinex for a cool $55 million. And finally, Coinbase is lighting up Bitcoin transactions by integrating the Lightning Network. Gary Gensler confirmed the U .S. Securities Exchange Commission uses artificial intelligence for financial surveillance. This revelation came during a Senate oversight hearing on September 12th. Gensler stated that the SEC uses AI technologies to monitor the financial sector for signs of fraud and manipulation. The SEC has not issued a formal public declaration detailing the use of AI. Gensler also faced criticism for the SEC's rulemaking pace and duration of comment periods. He remains adamant that crypto trading platforms should adhere to rigorous U .S. securities regulations. The SEC chair argues that most crypto tokens will likely pass the investment contract test. Gensler cited noncompliance with securities laws in the crypto industry, leading to the agency's enforcement approach. He also mentioned that the SEC has filed approximately 750 enforcement actions in the last year. Gensler warned that AI's ability to generate deepfake content poses a genuine threat to financial markets. He defended the SEC's key rulemaking initiatives amid heavy pushback from lawmakers. The SEC aims to bring DeFi under its jurisdiction, stating that existing rules also apply to the crypto sector. The SEC's adoption of AI for financial surveillance is a significant development. It's a clear signal that the regulatory body is doubling down on its efforts to monitor and control the crypto space. This move aligns with Gensler's consistent stance that the crypto industry should fall under the same regulatory frameworks as traditional financial markets. The use of AI could potentially tighten the noose around crypto activities, making it more challenging for traders and investors to operate freely. While the technology can be a powerful tool for detecting fraud and manipulation, it also raises concerns about privacy and the extent of government surveillance. Gensler's warning about the potential for AI -generated deepfake content adds another layer of complexity. It suggests that the SEC is not only looking to regulate, but also to protect the market from new types of threats. However, Gensler's approach has not been without its critics. The pace of rulemaking and the lack of clarity have drawn ire from both the crypto community and lawmakers. The SEC's aggressive enforcement actions, totaling around 750 in the last year, indicate a strategy of regulation by enforcement, which many find to be problematic. Now, if you're worried about Big Brother and C3PO teaming up to watch your every move, don't forget to hit that like button and subscribe. So now, let's pivot from surveillance to legal battles. Ripple is scoring in court. What does that mean for crypto and regulation? Ripple is in the midst of a legal battle with the SEC. The SEC initially accused Ripple of violating federal securities laws by selling its native cryptocurrency, XRP, without registering it as a security. Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse and President Monica Long have been vocal about their intent to fight the SEC all the way through. The company has already spent over $100 million defending the case. A significant ruling came in July when US District Court Judge Analisa Torres stated that XRP was not necessarily a security. This opened the doors for Ripple to expand its business not just in the US, but globally. The SEC requested permission to file an interlocutory appeal against this ruling, but as for now, the request has yet to be decided upon. Ripple is also focusing 80 % of its hiring efforts outside the US, targeting markets like Singapore, Hong Kong, the UK, and Dubai. The ongoing Ripple vs SEC case is a test for the crypto industry's relationship with regulators. Ripple's refusal to back down sends a strong message to the SEC and other regulatory bodies that the crypto industry will not be bullied. The SEC's actions here are part of a broader crackdown on the crypto industry. Frankly, I see it as an overreach of authority. The recent court ruling in favor of Ripple has not only given the company a legal upper hand, it also provided a glimmer of hope for the broader crypto ecosystem. It challenges the SEC's narrative and could set a precedent for other cases. The fact that Ripple is planning to focus its hiring outside the US is a clear sign of how regulatory uncertainty is driving crypto innovation away from the US, a point that should concern US policymakers. The case is shaping up to be a defining moment for crypto regulation in the US. It could have far reaching implications for the industry at large. And really, this whole thing is about the future of crypto regulation and the limits of governmental oversight. A point for Ripple, but at what cost? Make sure you're following us to stay updated on this legal thriller. But speaking of costs, some people are paying dearly. From courtrooms to prison cells, let's delve into the dark underbelly of crypto scams with OneCoin's co -founder, Carl Greenwood.
A highlight from Evangelism
"Thanks for joining us week two evangelism training. Let me pray my father in heaven We thank you that we can gather together that we can consider how to stir one another up toward love and good works and how we can share the glorious message of the gospel with others in our lives we Pray that you would help us to be a church that has a culture of evangelism where we're just freely and frequently talking about Christ and his work in our lives and his offer of salvation for Sinners we pray for the people in our lives that don't know Christ We pray that you would give us courage give us Clarity as we open our mouths and seek to share Christ with them and pray this all in Jesus name Amen, so you guys all got how'd you do on your assignment from last week? Anyone you had an assignment? Yep Phil's asking if he had an assignment So My encouragement for you is you know as a reminder this isn't just a class of like, you know information The purpose here is actually training equipping so that we would be growing in evangelism and sharing the gospel last week I Encourage you to just you know, take it as a simple step. It's not doesn't take a theology degree doesn't take Really much else besides time But just starting to pray for your own heart to grow in love for God and his word praying for unbelievers that you know Praying for opportunities to communicate the gospel and then in that in that prayer even just confessing any sinful fear apathy shame that you feel Confessing that to God that's what we do with sin. We don't just feel sorry about it. We confess it to God We ask for forgiveness and then we remember that we're forgiven for it all we're forgiven for all the times that we Mess up in evangelism all the opportunities that we don't take All the times we're afraid of what people think of us all the times that we don't care all of those times where we are forgiven by God in Christ and So that was part of your assignment then also just to memorize and meditate on 2nd Corinthians 5 20 and 21 that we are That we're called to communicate to others So let me show you our overall in our outline here last week. We talked about what is the gospel? What is evangelism? We talked about some of the barriers to sharing the gospel and just how to even get started. We heard from Andrew Lockwood Today and we're gonna talk about the role of prayer and the Holy Spirit in evangelism We're going to then talk about some practical matters of just like bridges to the gospel or or how do you? Transition a conversation to the gospel. How do you even bring up? You know, you're used to talking about the sports or the weather or you know The all the things you you might talk about that are easy and that don't require any social Transition and then how do you get to the gospel? And how do you I handle objections? We'll talk a little bit about that and then we're gonna hear from Keith Greenwood about his own testimony and experience in evangelism So I should you should have two pieces of paper if you don't I have some extras up here There should be one. I mean you could share the one the one of them is a handout that has An outline of our lesson for today and then on the back. Well, I'll reference this later It has some instructions about sharing your personal testimony. And then the other is a survey That you know, it's it's anonymous and it's voluntary if you don't feel like filling it out You don't have to but I'll get to that later in the class as well So just as a reminder, what is evangelism? you know, it's this comes from the Greek word a on galleon the gospel the good news the That's really just what it means. It's sharing the good news But you know I have a pure love fuller definition that it's the compassionate communication of the good news of Jesus Christ to lost people and the power of the Holy Spirit for the purpose of Bringing them to Christ as Savior and Lord We talked about how it's compassionate how it it's you know that it's not to be a cold Hard -hearted communication that we are speak with with love and compassion in our hearts for people that are lost They really are lost they may appear like they have their lives together. They have direction they have purpose They have hope but they don't if they feel that way. It's it's not gonna last when they come up against death They don't have a Savior that's defeated death. They need the gospel. There's no one who doesn't need the gospel It's in the power of the Holy Spirit and it's for the purpose of bringing them to Christ as Savior and Lord Although the results are not in our hands. We're going to talk about that today One quote I wanted to share as I was preparing for this it kind of actually ties in with last week We talked about you know, praying I I encourage you to just pray for your own heart to grow in love for God and his word I talked about how you know instead of just feeling guilty like I've got this one more thing I've got to add to the list of you know, go check the box and share the gospel, you know be a good Christian And so I read this quote from a gentleman. I didn't bring the book but it's called tell the truth It's a good book. It's a large book, but he gives a really solid doctrinal foundation for evangelism And he says if people do not have the desire for evangelism, there is no use trying to train them We might try instead giving them a strong dose of teaching on justification by faith Unmerited mercy softens cold hearts And that's something I've you know I've seen true in my life and I would just pray for for you as well for our church that as the gospel the justification by faith not by works not by Our sharing the gospel not by any good thing that we've done when that really sinks into our hearts that were right with God By just by trusting him Not by any works that we do our our hearts become Softened become they Alive to the truths of the gospel and then talking about the gospel becomes much easier when it means something to you when you're when Your own heart cares when you're when your affections are stirred up Then you're talking about something that really is good news to you, you know and conversely when we don't really appreciate the gospel and we don't really Care, you know about the fact that we're justified by faith when those truths are seemed distant and unimportant to us Then you know evangelism is going to seem like a drudgery like a slog It's not gonna there's not gonna be any joy out of our heart. So that's my prayer for us in all of this So I'm gonna talk initially about prayer in evangelism and I thought we could look at two prayers of the Apostle Paul prayed For himself. These are these are the Apostle Paul's prayer requests. There might be others I don't know. I didn't survey all of his letters But you know, we talked about, you know, we go around prayer groups and we ask for prayer requests for ourselves Well, this is what when Paul gets around to asking for prayer requests for himself This is what he says in Ephesians 6 18 through 20. This is coming at the end of his discussion about the Armor of God he just finished, you know describing how we're in a spiritual battle We need to stand firm take up the sword of the Spirit and then he says this Praying at all times in the Spirit with all prayer and supplication To that end keep alert with all perseverance making supplication for all the Saints and also for me That words may be given to me and opening my mouth boldly to proclaim the mystery of the gospel For which I am an ambassador in chains that I may declare it boldly as I ought to speak now Remember, this is the Apostle Paul that's asking for this prayer request You know the one who wrote half the New Testament the one who saw the risen Christ You know on the road to Damascus and was his life was totally transformed. What is his prayer request? What is he asking for? Himself asking for the Ephesians to pray for him boldness. Why would he ask for boldness? Yeah, right all of the reasons the things that were susceptible to you know fear of man fear of rejection fear of sounding foolish losing relationship offending people You know it the Apostle Paul experienced those same fears I mean maybe in different flavors, but he was afraid to why he wouldn't ask for prayer for boldness if he didn't struggle with timidity with fearfulness with Temptation to to refrain from speaking when he should so it we should take heart that It's not something unique to you that you're not the only ones I'm not the only one all of us all believers have faced this temptation and partly this is because you know as he says here The mystery of the gospel remember in 1st Corinthians 1 he talks about how the gospel is foolishness to the world There's an element of mystery and foolishness and unexpectedness in the gospel that you don't have to work for it that it's all by God's grace through faith That's not what we would have expected and so there's a temptation to be afraid and so there's a we see here in Exhortation to pray asking for prayer requests we pray for evangelism and pray for boldness in evangelism There's a parallel passage in Colossians I'm going to flip over to that now or click over to that Colossians 4 verses 2 through 4 these are parallel letters I think they're both written from prison He says this in Colossians 4 2 through 4 continues steadfastly in prayer being watchful in it with Thanksgiving at the same time pray also for us That God may open to us a door for the word to declare the mystery of Christ on account of which I am in prison that I may make it clear, which is how I ought to speak So what's his prayer request here in this parallel passage? Opportunities Clarity yeah Operate is asking for both opportunities that God would open a door for the word And then he's also asking for clarity in verse 4 that I may make it clear Which is how I ought to speak you know I found if Ephesians 6 he's asking for courage here.
"greenwood" Discussed on KCBS All News
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"greenwood" Discussed on DNA Today
"We can look at the mitochondrial genome from the same genome data. Today, we can also start looking at repeat disorders. In our lab, we are looking at about 40 repeat disorders. We can also look at some genes with some gene sequence as we all know. It's a little tricky to do that. But we can look at SMA now from the whole genome data. In more recently, we just getting a little bit more exciting for me also personally. And we have started doing this on a clinical research basis, is remember when we are doing genome sequencing, we are actually sequencing everything that is DNA there. So that means that your sequencing the viral genome or bacterial genome or anything so we call that meta genomics. And we have just started doing that on our clinical research basis. In fact, we just had a first case in our lab where we could have had a meta genomic finding, but again, the important thing to do and instantaneously to do is what is the clinical information? Is it indicative of an infection? So you can't just go off the legends, say, oh, there is an infection. You have to marry that with the clinical data. And again, genome data is a piece of the puzzle. It is not a stand-alone test. It should always be used in conjunction with everything else of physician is doing. Yeah, I think that's very well said that it's a tool in the toolbox that we're not just, oh, we can just use this and then we're good. Yeah, I think you guys have really spotlighted that really well. And do you remember the DNA today episode about epigenetic tests? It was with Greenwood genetic centers, doctor ray Louis, and genetic counselor Kelly Walden. We chatted about testing for epigenetic conditions and specifically their diagnostic labs test epi sign. Epi sign included 40 conditions during this initial interview in 2021. So I'm so excited to share with you that version four is now available and includes over 70 conditions. They sure have made a lot of great strides in that time. For those that haven't listened to this episode yet, the diagnostic lab at the Greenwood genetics center is the only lab in the country to offer this epigenetic test called epi sign. It's a novel clinically validated test that analyzes methylation. If you're attending ACMG later this month in Salt Lake City, I recommend stopping by booth 6 O 7 chat with Greenwood to learn more. Brush up on your epigenetics before that by listening to
Obama praises woman behind 'Fired up' chant as she retires
"The woman who made an Obama campaign chant popular is retiring. Remember that Obama campaign chant are you fired up? Are you fired up? Well, the woman credited with popularizing it, Greenwood, South Carolina county council member Edith childs, is retiring after 24 years, in a video by the Obama foundation former president Barack Obama recalls that early in his campaign in 2007 he wasn't doing that well, then Edith childs began chanting, fired up ready to go, and it lifted his spirits, child said the chant just came naturally. One of my friends kind of prompt me to sing the chant song that I do many times for many. And it was fired up ready to go. Child says the chant was used decades ago during NAACP voter drives. She says it reminded participants to be prepared for whatever confronts you. I'm Donna warder
"greenwood" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast
"Students if they talked about it. Kind of just sweeping the hall incident under the rug. Wow that's wild. Yeah as all good leads. Go with more than fifty years since the incident has occurred. The story has grown with some witnesses coming forward of these witnesses. Some have corroborated the story of the military pursuing the craft as well as the flattened grass where they believe it landed others have said that they had seen male officials dressed in blue uniforms examining the same area. One witness called andrew greenwood a teacher West westall high school at the time was interviewed. The interview just came to lie around two thousand sixteen and can be found on youtube. This is new will be the interviews new but act like an audio of hobie dead ryan. Mom maybe i mean it depends how old he was. At the time. I know anyways it can be found on youtube That recording just further mystified people. That are obsessed with the case you know. Do you know why That's what i'm getting really. Oh okay good good. Good i'm so. Investment is in that interview. Mr greenwood said that the photo was brought to his attention by historical child. That had run into his class telling him that there is a flying saucer outside after the child's persistence. He finally went outside to see what the fuss was. all about. According to him he said it was the most amazing flying that he had ever seen as he witnessed the aircraft approach to ufo without colliding. He's said every time that the aircraft would get closer to the it start to go slowly a little bit faster than quickly than stop altogether hint. Weather balloon is crazy. Aside from the weather balloon theory has been set. It also could have been a high altitude balloon which is used to test for radiation in the air. There have been theories that were simply that there was simply military testing going on in the area but there is no records of any such testing going on that day at that time. Wow another theory is that this was some kind of just experimental aircraft. Despite all the theories of the extensive research that has gone into figuring what happened that day it was still high school. This fascinating mystery has yet to be solved. And and there you have it the west all high school incident of nineteen sixty six yet another mystery. We may never have the answers to that is so cool. Yeah love it. that's awesome. Yeah three hundred people which odd fifty years later. That could have been exaggerated. Sure but yeah definitely a number of people exactly..
"greenwood" Discussed on Ringer FC
"His debut At a started then. He scored a goal on the weekend against brian which was so just like just so direct and easy for him he picked up the ball and e was motoring food. Pastes bam bam great. Finish and what's good about. What should someone like tomorrow. Grades play for england owes young levels. You know went to less when he went to less than you think. So what happened what happened. Why can't why can't get into in that team with the capability. The ability to is god when look pace. he's got left for. He's got right for you. You fix yourself well. It can only be maybe who knows application or whatever because the the managers that he's had none of the money that he's had as given any kind of sustained run Sometimes you just need to leave. Maybe sometimes you just need to leave. Because watt seen in the first two games and people are already saying they will continue to say is. Yeah well the first two games you watch what happens to meals. It'll it'll fade out. You know what. I pray to god. i hope he can hold this consistency because again. That's a player who we've he's abilities with. These attributes is enough is enough for england player in the waiting. If he can do that. Still twenty five is still. He's from the birmingham's of production and he's from the if penny drops mayo if the pennies dropped with him problems danger danger danger for everyone is going straight into my and that he's been in mind could only he's been in my draft. I've been cashing out. Delightful patrick branford. England scored absolutely did. I forgot to say that well. Great thing for him because obviously would it be watching the euro and he'll be desperate to being involved. Now he's now. He's in a chance please. From israel's delighted for him v. Season where he broke out in school. Those because i know these guys working and easy for people to write your so delighted for those who maybe i could give him gonna give patrick. Bamford flowers man. We're giving our yeah. I'm going to give him some flowers for For for biden's time you know he. He was so close to be amongst that scored in imon calvet lewin Conduct was the guys who are jockeying for that place to cavite lou in an uproar. He'd be disappointed with the white went went for him but the same time you have to swallow you have to. You have to take that on board. Patrick bamford and finger wins. It gonna happen for me. Now you're there. Patrick is happened is brought you in. Obviously how'd you in his mind and now it's up to you from now until the twenty going towards twenty twenty two to continue with the form that you've shown so is then e you can stay in his mind because what we've seen gareth guys is if if you're if you're doing it for him and you play for welfare him e will pick you and he'll keep you regardless of what people say because we have to trust garris doesn't out we trust because he proved euros. I'm going to do our you one. And i'm going to prove you wrong. And then that's how you're gonna shut up. You know as i think is why with with people like with people like patrick bamford. It's a brilliant scored to be in surprenant to being so he's gonna get flowers quite please about going to end on that end on. Yes patrick patrick. Fly pat flowers patrick o. Respect pump guys. Listen i'm going to have to say goodbye. Farewell audio's until we meet again. Fellow great guys are speaking soon ibn to facts. Everybody finds the car facts. England the plane this week. So i'm going to be doing that. Saw forty england against they're gonna go but like we'll be back next week and we'll see what took bobby like i'm really starting to feel but i just feel a little bit better so i'll see you soon next week safe guys..
Fires Force the U.S. Forest Service to Close
"For the first time in forty five years the us forest service has closed the boundary waters canoe area is wilderness in northern minnesota includes one million acres of lakes and rivers and forests many of which are now on fire. Minnesota public radio's dan crocker. Reports many of the fires here are burning within the boundary waters. But the largest is just south. It's the greenwood fire and it scorched more than thirty square miles of forest and it's forced the evacuation of nearly three hundred households. I met one of those evacuees. Doug landy at a recent public information meeting. He lives in the woods near the tiny town of isabella. That's a summer for mao for watching the forest to get compromised. He says the forest is tinder-dry from extreme drought and unusually hot weather earlier this week. Gusty winds sent the fire roaring through a chain of lakes surrounded by dozens of homes and cabins mike birdman and his wife got a call from the county sheriff telling him their cabin is still standing. But he's afraid at the forest surrounding it will look like a moonscape we're approaching seventy and it's not going to grow back in our lifetime and yeah there's just so much uncertainty it just like a slow motion disaster happening just to the north in the boundary waters wilderness rangers have paddled into warren campers that they have to leave. The original closure order was set to expire today but it since been extended at least another week. That's a big blow for the many businesses that count on these few months to outfit those campers. We have people from all fifty states who come here every summer to experience the boundary waters jason's aboard ski runs the outfitting company in the small town of ely which bills itself as the canoe capital of the world in august. It's usually packed with visitors. Canoe strapped to the tops of their cars. But not now and you know to have sort of this immediate closure and have to tell somebody who's traveled from texas or california and are like standing in front of us ready to go out for a week in the woods that actually everything's changed and your boundary waters vacation is off is really difficult. The forest service is encouraging tourists to canoe and camp in areas outside the wilderness. Ends aboard. Ski is trying to stay positive. But says there's nothing comparable the paddling into the amazing boundary waters itself
"greenwood" Discussed on Jogo Bonito
"And we don't see them for a while and so on and so forth but but less Less less out The fondue thing. I was going to say sorry will before you spoke earlier. It was i think the quality of other teams in the premier league is increasing. You look at brentford of commitment. Are the small norwich are smart. Like they've got a plan and am not sure what upon his awesome in. Maybe maybe it's not relegation but Maybe it's than maybe their plan isn't relegation. Okay let's not get relegated. This season okay can say that produces like franchi turns out. They can make more money from a relegation than title. That would be the amazon prime series. The amazing yeah all right. Well if i finish with the with with moines And and well kind of come in with is that it's only one game butts mason greeted. Start ahead of marcus. Rush would collision they. Well i'll just look the other debt watching yet. I thought if if you swapped on james for sancho than i would like to see all those parts work together because what chin it was greenwood he breaks with the board does need to set up a polka and he puts the ball through. Somebody's likes lock as he's running through unpopular just slides there for it. It's way mrs star does a step wave at any slums against saw him on. I was like why that was like that's really skilled as just. That was a beautiful natural. Skillful i just and i thought we had a really really effective really confident game in sense that if he didn't know office i if he didn't know he mason greenwood was and you just watched that game you just think while he's held player but co east. He's really really good. It wouldn't be. Oh yeah he's just come into it and then he sat up and down and and obviously that a guest that the council will be you know. There's ricksen his game still that needs to be worked out but unlike the flow of that team a an intuition to movement that i'm not quite sure if rochford mrs sometimes i think calling on tidy football but about how socialize obsession with a front three is that.
Dating and Marriage in America's Prison System With Elizabeth Greenwood
"One thing. Sam told me that he will sometimes get letters from people who are interested in him. Often women Austin after his story has been featured You know in the news on cable through crime series. I loose so interested in that phenomenon because i think like many of us. I'd always heard about that. I'd heard about it. It's a little extreme iteration. You know the women who wrote the scott. Peterson and i was just always interested in you. Know what's that about. So i started poking around this topic and i got a late stuck with a really interesting organization called strong prison. Wives families and a are nonprofit Of sixty thousand members worldwide. All of whom are supporting a loved one. Who's incarcerated these. Are you know real people. These aren't prison groupies writing famous serial killers. These are all just everyday people who have a spouse or partner who's incarcerated headedness is a group health. I'm so amazing. Women really that grew but all of whom have a husband or boyfriend incarcerated. And i was really kind of off to the races. Once they met some of these members you have very nuance In particular backgrounds experiences. And i just really wanted to know. Why would someone pursue someone in prison all five couples. I trace my book. Met law incarcerated. Meaning that they did not know each other prior ci prison so they met via pen pal website or volunteering. Your prison ministry often. They weren't looking for anything in you know cut to twelve months later and they're walking down the prison aisle so may book traces the ups and downs of those five
"greenwood" Discussed on WTVN
"Couple. That's of course, Neil Diamond, do you do you remember what comes to mind when you hear that song? That was we went to go see him in person after 9 11 Exactly. And he sang that I think maybe for the first time and and and the crowd went wild, And not only did he sing it for the first time he sang it a second time in the set. A second time in this I don't remember. That was Emily did a remarkable job on that. She always this because I centered two choices on songs. One was Lee Greenwood. And this one here, though, where she started. This is she's like, like, three minutes into it. Do you know? I mean, we have made her into this Just just wonderful producer. He know she was producing for blazer this week. A couple of days. Really? Yeah. We've done too good. Yeah, but she probably likes us best She does. Okay. Welcome back to on target. I mean, hysteric joined today in the LAPD studio. My father co owner, he says to my left J C and big Ed's it to my immediate right. Hello, guys. Gun of the week. This is sponsored by TTG Technologies. It's mine this week. This is something that came in this week and I kind of blew it off. Like, Oh, look. Another Glock 19. I mean, how often do we talk about that? It's one of the most popular guns out there. This one, though it's a little bit different, and it caught my eye and we started doing some research on it. And it actually is a Glock 19. And then what do you What did she stamped right there on the side. J. C. It says Mariner laser engraved on the side, right? It is actually a Glock 19 Gen three It comes with three mags, which is out of the ordinary 37 17 Round mags for 19, which normally has 15 rounders, right, So we just started doing a little research and would also kind of caught our attention is the label on this box was typically for Glock is like a reddish label. Um, sometimes you see blue labels for law enforcement. This was a bright green green. So we looked into it a little bit further. And Lo and behold, this was a type of an overrun for a government entity that Glock was making these four and the uniqueness to it as it comes with, um J C. What is the word there? I'm using well, the the firing pin spring cups. There they have, um Basically, that's the big difference. The fact that it says Mariner I thought there'd be all this phosphate coated stuff, but just before a foreign government by the way, and that's what the Green label is. It's for export, not for basic sale, but apparently the contract fell through. There's not many out there, so it's several articles I registered. Hey, this is pretty rare bird and we happen to have one. And again, the rarity is the fact 3 17 round magazines. I said there's a cut out for especially for the ambidextrous. Um, um, safety apart, mate. Yeah. And protectionist. Yeah, Yeah, it's a mag release, but I don't see it on this gun. But that's what the article I read said it had that's what's stymieing Mayor for a second, but it's basically so with these with this When you have it underwater, it will drain out of the firing pin. The density of water will slow down a firing pin, and it wouldn't work reliably, but they have corrected that. So this was made for company. Go into the water with your scuba gear. Come out, pick out your gun and and you're ready to go. But it's just a It's a rarity. So it is kind of need, um and like you said, like, John said. It allows water oil and the breed to exit the firing pin channel and cups on their right and NPR. The irony is, you can the firing pin you can buy these cups. I think from glad for pennies and put them in your own Glock 19. That's a really tiny probably for the tip your finger, but but that's what it did. Anyway. It's kind of unusual, unique, and if you're a Glock collector There are not many of these out there and we have one here. So right. So you see that they're pop. Oh, yeah. What are we? What are we asking for that? Uh, I think it's in the mid. It's in the mid sixes. Um But I mean, it's need as he needed ends here for sale. So guys there the the gun of the week next week. I think we're gonna have a guest for the gun of the week. Um So that's a little bit of surprised We're working on that one of the week guest? Yep. Have a guest coming in now. So who do we done of our own? Uh huh. Well, there's actually there. That's to be determined. But, guys, we have one minute here and why I kind of did this gonna do it quickly because there's something else that came in the store this week that J. C. I think you said it. Um, maybe six months ago, but we got went in and our sales Astute salesperson here. Actually, who knows way more than I do about these guns. Now. Jake saw it come in and says, Hey, we need to talk about this because this is something different. Jake, what's going on? All right. So real quick. We'll go through here. This is Walter PDP. Um, Unfortunately, we were only able to get one for law enforcement. Uh, this guy is the compact version, but it's got the long slide on there. This guy is pretty sweet Comes optics ready with night sights, awesome texture on the grip and probably the best out of the box. Uh, Striker fire trigger that I have felt, uh, 15 round capacity. Only bad thing with this is the optics plates. If you call Walter, they will send you one. If you want more. You got to buy them from a, but so they don't come with the optics plate, not come with the optics plate from the factory. It has a great feel to it, but it's optics ready, So that's right. Yeah, it is. Optics ready The PDP that they wanted a duty gun, and that's what it kind of stood for was a police duty pistol, And that's they made it heavy duty accurate, Just professional professional duty pistol. I believe now that's a nine. That's 9,000,009 millimeter. I believe that's all they come. Um As of right now, but, uh yeah, I mean, standard striker Fire Offering basically an upgrade to the P P Q. M two. And very, very nice, and we have one here. It has to be a law enforcement one. So awesome, Jake, Thanks for stopping by and pointing that out. Jake always keeps a good handle on some of the latest greatest. He's actually turned a song to the LCP Max as well and always kind of the experts when it comes to objects around the store. So if you're in need of an optic is definitely Jake, the one you want to see here at the store. We come back from the break. We're going to talk about suppressors with our good friend. Michael from O S s. We're on target Broadcasting live from the studios of LAPD Farms arrangement Right back after the break. I want to introduce you. The Thundercats Technology. Thunder. 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"greenwood" Discussed on With Friends Like These
"What was the most diverse pedestrian mixed use mixed income. All of the things that the new urban assists like truck marrone and jeff's back in and allows the utopia of new urbanism existed here in tulsa In the fifties and we completely it to build a highway. So what is the value of that. And what could we benefit as a city by bringing that back That's that's what. I would like to imagine an imagine. The prosperity that the entire city could have if greenwood was allowed to Sort of come back to its former glory In in in the fifties they sort of they knew how to build this dream community that that cities all over the country. Now want so. Let's so let's ask them you know. How do we build this again. Because there is a generation that grew up in this pre highway pre car. culture greenwood And we just need to ask them. What was this like. And and how do we build it back again. we could get some very Some very intriguing answers and we all benefit in your vision. Like what would you like to see when the time machine lands same corner. Yeah twenty years from now. The highway is gone N instead is at this very pedestrian diverse boulevard that's in its place And there are businesses their houses It's it's a mixed use neighborhood. It's a pedestrian neighborhood. Once again and once again anything everything you could possibly want is within walking distance from clothing stores two restaurants to entertainment there I think that possibility exists. we really just need the will to build it back and i think we can do it. And that's it for this week's show. Our guest was carlos morano author of the victory of greenwood about the joy. Hope and promise of that community in the past in the present and in the future. The music you heard at the top of today's show was by fire in little africa. A tulsa based hip hop collective that created a multimedia project dedicated to telling the story of massacre. The show is a production of crooked media. Our senior producer is in her jordan. Waller assists is a margulis booker. Whitney patrick wishes you a thoughtful juneteenth. Take care of yourself. Hey everybody it's john lovett host of love it or leave it and this month i'm setting all of my zoom enabled devices on fire and getting back on stage for crooked pride show out of the closets into the streets ju twenty-fourth i'll be joined by every lgbtq person you can think of who said yes. Actors comedians musicians politicians drag queens. If they're not straight than they're they're the best part is you. Listener are invited as well out of the closets into the streets. We'll be streaming on crtv media's youtube and twitter pages on june twenty-fourth at four pm pacific time. And you won't want to miss it. We have an incredible lineup. That's real when we recorded that originally we know who's gonna say now now and it's great. We'll be fundraising for the trans justice funding project. A community.
"greenwood" Discussed on With Friends Like These
"Vast bank just built its new headquarters. In what what had been formerly greenwood owned land There is a new building being built by a wpn energy that is again on formerly greenwood. Land the The baseball stadium. One oakfield where the also drillers stay a play where tulsa drillers play was once greenwood and to To the south you have a A building that was black owned that is no longer that block. That entire block is no longer black owned and then to the north along Thirty six street you have a lot of developers who are buying up land And none of this is black. Owned said seems to me that this gentrification issue which yes pressing in from all sides kind of forces us to look at reparations a little differently maybe what does that look like for you. Yeah i think you know There was a report that was released. In two thousand one By the tulsa race massacre mission itself and their first two recommendations were direct cash payments.
"greenwood" Discussed on With Friends Like These
"Was the Tulsa conceived of a public four year university campus. It would be a collaboration between Oh you osu ns you N lincoln university's to build this collaborative innovative Campus for thousand students sounds great. It sounds great and plans were amazing and greenwood was promised student housing in which was promised new business and and A sort of rebuilding of the district Which which greenwood you know. bought into for A large for the for the most part But oh you pull out of the deal. Nsu moves to broken arrow. And so what was supposed to be the university center at tulsa. You cat Falls apart and the only the only campuses that were left were langston and issue The current enrollment for osu's fewer than two thousand students. So what had been intended to be this great For your public university collaboration Ends up being a tiny fraction of what was supposed to be and yet The land was taken again from greenwood end To this day nothing has been done with that. Land that had intended to be More houses in more businesses in and prosperity for the greenwood area In in recent months issue tulsa has agreed to Give some of that land back. So that's That's promising I think the next positive step would be to turn that land into public land. Trust and give it back to the community of greenwood I think that would be another step in the right direction. Let's leave our time machine behind entirely and let's step into the greenwood have today and What do we see now. What is green with like right now. Yeah so what what had been About forty blocks of a thriving area is about a block and a half Which is all that is left of historic rainfall vernon ami Where the basement and part of the first floor survived Rebuilt in still exists today on the other side of highway to forty four Mount zion church that was burned in nineteen twenty one was rebuilt in the forties And and Exists once again. So there are there are remnants of of what had been a thriving greenwood. I think one of the more positive things that i see Is the sort of new generation of black entrepreneurship That is really starting to Gain critical mass Nehemiah frank just opened his new office. black wall street times newspaper That he'd been running for a couple of years so now he has a physical office. on archer street near greenwood. In what was agreed with district. Vanita cooper has a sneaker shop silhouette that is on the site of a former Shoe shop greer shoes With think is amazing And so you've places like the liquid lounge you have Fire in little africa. Which is a wonderful music project. An art collective that Where artists are building in creating and painting and in creating awesome music inside of a tate. Brady's mansion tape brady being the leader of the ku klux klan. Back in Back in back in the day so to speak so felix jones who played for the dallas cowboys bought Tape brady's mansion is now no longer known as the brady mansion is now skyline mansion So yeah this is sort of taking back.
"greenwood" Discussed on With Friends Like These
"Normally it's like throwing shade and things like that and and when you're speaking one another sometimes in a bad way sometimes in the good way but since my the name of my business called the shade i like to throw shade which sell my product to everyone. I want everyone to get shaded. We have to protect your eyes from the science. I why not and So in particular. What made you want to come out and be part of the legacy festival. I'll absolutely i believe is definitely legacy for one i also have t shirts. That's it's almost like a reminder to this called by black and this is specifically for a nice twenty one. They had absolutely no means to build everything that had brick by brick and in here in twenty twenty one hundred years later we have all the resources and everything else that we have here. Why can't we do that again. Rebuilt these legacies and continue on one hundred more years. That's our producer. Alison harare talking to alexis. -til owner of the shade sunglasses company a tulsa black owned business alexis set shop outdoors during the black wall street legacy festival one of the events marking the anniversary of the massacre. -til is one of the black business owners. Carlos is counting on to help create a future for greenwood that looks more like as prosperous past now back to our conversation with carlos moreno about his book the victory of greenwood so unfortunately nothing good can last forever. A and other stuff happens in greenwood but is not the one or two day Violence that happened in in the massacre but things do change in greenwood Slower rolling Manipulation by the existing power structure probably so if we then take our time machine to the sixties and set it down. What are we say. Yeah yeah so. We're looking at this film. Footage shot by reverend herald. Mos anderson a parade a booker t. washington high school parade down greenwood President are not president but but Politician young politician. Richard nixon Campaigning in greenwood businesses. A family's life on the street activity again..
"greenwood" Discussed on With Friends Like These
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"greenwood" Discussed on With Friends Like These
"Of downtown all of those business owners wanted all of downtown. They wanted to basically double the amount of wealth and commerce that they could have By having that land in moving the black community further to the north away from the road tracks and away from the from this kind of buffalo downtown area. The massacre was somewhat opportunistic. Let's say right. Obviously there's evidence for some truth to the to the story the cover story. I'm called a cover story. Maybe just a narrative the master narrative but then once it happens there is this existing. I would say covetousness that propels the tragedy but let's zoom past that right the land time machine. I don't know maybe at the same intersection like a a year later. Two years later what would be a good time to land I think a great time to land would be september fourteenth nineteen twenty two So just a little more than a year later And what you see on that day is a newspaper article coming from the black dispatch oklahoma city announcing the reopening of the williams dreamland theater lily williams theater she of the the confectionary store exactly And the article mentions that she reopened that building As well and and we can still see that building today on the corner of greenwood and archer and it still has her name on it And it says nineteen twenty two very proudly at the top of it so that is something that visitors to greenwood can still see today which i think is wonderful Really speaks to the. I mean the word. Resiliency is thrown around a lot. I like to use the word resistance because tulsa really did all it could to stop the community of greenwood from rebuilding and yet greenwood did rebuild The business district rebuilt The red cross reported in december thirty first of nineteen twenty one that of the twelve hundred and fifty six homes that were burned. Seven hundred sixty four were in some stage of rebuilding and repair So you see a a greenwood community that has sort of everything taken away from it. Every law and ordinance that the city could possibly pass to prevent them for Rebuilding bc. Franklin sued the city sued the mayor sued essentially the entire power structure of also end one And so you see greenwood with community. That is very are That won't back down a greenwood community. That won't back away. That won't let this event in this tragedy define who they could become an define Their dreams and ambitions they didn't they refuse to sell their land. They refused to give up their land. They refused to give up their community. Instead they work very very hard to rebuild it very quickly And one of the more amazing things is actually see film footage from nineteen twenty four to nineteen twenty eight that was shot by reverend Solomon sir jones and many people and they can be forgiven for thinking that this footage from before the massacre But it isn't a shot on sixteen millimeter and sixteen millimeter film. Stock wasn't invented until nineteen twenty four. And does it. It looks pretty much the same it. The same bustling community. is it the same inclusive community. We find that There are White employees of black businesses. We find we find zero family a very prominent Oil family has a grocery store in greenwood so a russian jewish immigrant family established as grocery store in greenwood There's an asian store that we found in in the directories. We found latino grocery store avila royal family at a store in greenwood so quite a bit more diverse. I think than than most people realize we are of course talking about capitalism here. So let's take a break to remind you that it still exists and hear from those who support this podcast with friends. Like these is brought to you by credit karma. Starting something new can be nerve racking. Wouldn't you like to know beforehand whether it was going to work out or not. Credit karma can give you more confidence before you make a decision. Credit karma game changing technology shows you tailored offers for credit cards and personal loans. That you're more likely.
Revisiting the Details of the Tulsa Race Massacre With Elizabeth Taylor
"This starts monday. May thirtieth nineteen twenty one. It's memorial day in tulsa oklahoma and the rest of america so a nineteen year old boy named dick rowland. Who is a shoeshine that works nearby. He goes into the drexel building. Three nineteen south main street and he gets into the elevator because he needs to right up to the top floor. Because that's the only place where there's a blacks only restroom in the entire area on. And he has a black man and so he has to go. There is the only place you can go right. So this elevators operated by a seventeen year old white girl named sarah page so they at the very least seen each other before because she's the only elevator operator in the elevator on the drexel building and he's clearly had to had to use that restroom at the top of that building before so soon after dick rowland enters the elevator a clerk at drexel's first floor clothing store ren burg's here's a woman scream from the elevator so that clark rushes out to see a black man running from the building and then he goes into the elevator area to find sarah page still in the elevator and what he described as a quote distraught state. So the clerk assumed. Sarah's been assaulted and he calls the police. The police arrived. They speak with sarah. There is no written statement on the record. it's never taken none as ever taken. The police began an investigation and the exact details of what actually happened in. The elevator are still unknown but most people believe that dick either trip wall. He was walking into the elevator and fell and grabbed sarah's arm to steady him saw or he stepped on her foot as he walked into the elevator and then grabbed her so she wouldn't fall over but there is basically physical contact and the it's likely she screamed because she was startled by it. I saw dick immediately ran knowing that the worst would be assumed about his actions and his intentions no matter how innocent the incident actually so dicko's to his mom's house in the greenwood district
Mississippi Group Honors Fictional Man in Song 'Ode to Billy Joe'
"The death of Billy Joe McAllister in rural Mississippi was a fictional event in the nineteen sixties hit song but Billy Joe now has a real tombstone in Mississippi Hey Joe McAllister jumped off the Tallahatchie ode to Billie Joe was written and recorded by Bobbie gentry the sad tale about a young man who ended his life June third jumping off that Tallahatchie bridge in the gossip that followed a group of locals in Greenwood Mississippi gathered this week to honor Billy Joe McAllister and give him a proper resting place U. S. senator Roger wicker among them mourners told tales as if they knew Billy Joe and then unveiled the tombstone at the Tallahatchie flats that reads he loved the river even unto death Billy Joe McAllister isn't real but he was portrayed by actor Robbie Benson in the nineteen seventy six movie based on the song I'm Jackie Quinn
The Tulsa Race Massacre: Where Are the Reparations?
"Week was one hundred years right. Since the tulsa race massacre occurred this is when a mob of white people with support from local politicians and the police killed an estimated. Three hundred black americans burned down over one thousand two and fifty homes destroyed businesses. And all of this in the greenwood district of tulsa oklahoma. Which by the way was known as black wall street because it was so thriving so dynamic so filled with life and economic potential. Well okay no surprise. None of the white attackers were ever convicted for this crime which happened after a false report of a black teenager attacking a white girl. The girl later dropped the charges but white local media ran a racist article with an inflammatory headline which essentially incited the mob attack. So okay the role of media and journalism historically in this country. Let's take a look at that. Also white media. There helped cover up what happened in this. Like incredible part of the united states in the greenwood district barely any mentioned in the newspapers in textbooks government officials locals so finally one hundred years later. There is a reckoning happening in mainstream establishments. I have a question whether or not if george floyd had not been murdered. You know how extensive with these commemorations be but president biden visited tulsa this week. It's the first time a. Us president has done so to acknowledge what happened in greenwood. He did meet with survivors. I posted this jamila from nicole. Hannah jones who by the way shoutout were watching out for you and unc is are on that what nicole hannah jones said was the only thing i'm interested in right. Now is the reparations
Biden Marks Tulsa Race Massacre in Emotional, Graphic Speech
"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting president Biden marks the Tulsa race massacre in an emotional graphics speech this is not a right this is a massacre one hundred years later an American president finally spoke to the horror of the Tulsa massacre that saw the thriving Greenwood district also known as the black Wall Street destroyed terrorized Greenwood torches guns shooting a world on may thirty first and June first nineteen twenty one a white mob swarmed looted and burned at Tulsa's Greenwood district as many as three hundred black Tolson's were killed afterwards thousands of survivors were four time forced into internment camps in his remarks Biden said the nation must come to grips with the following season of denial for a long time schools and also didn't even teach it let alone schools elsewhere hi Mike Rossio
Biden To Visit Tulsa To Mark the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre
"Live from npr news. I'm giles snyder on day. Mark one hundred years. Since the beginning of the nineteen twenty one tulsa race massacre. The attack by white mobs on the black neighborhood of greenwood known as black wall street span. Two days left as many as three hundred people. Debt of course polanski of member station k. wgn s. reports from an interfaith prayer service marking the centennial. The attack vernon ame church is one of the only structures to partially survived. The events of one hundred years ago clergy from many fates gathered there monday morning to dedicate a prayer while the reverend jesse jackson senior group in prayer for an end to racist violence and a reaper. The black wall street back then. President biden is scheduled to arrive in tulsa on tuesday in a proclamation recognizing the centennial of the massacre. He says he is committed to rooting out. Systemic racism in america for npr news. I'm chris polanski. In tulsa
Hundreds Gather at Historic Tulsa Church's Prayer Wall
"A prayer wall is been dedicated in Tulsa Oklahoma to honor the victims of the nineteen twenty one massacre that wiped out a prosperous black neighborhood what you're seeing in a service to honor those killed when the Greenwood district of Tulsa known as black Wall Street was attacked may thirty first nineteen twenty one buildings were burned and looted and somewhere between dozens and three hundred people were killed a prayer wall similar to Jerusalem's wailing wall has been dedicated outside the historic Vernon African Methodist Episcopal Church Reverend William barber and Katie you L. this wall is not for us to remember the fight they fall the role is to give us the courage to fight the fight we still have to fight president Biden who will visit the neighborhood says after the businesses were destroyed Tulsa officials deliberately passed laws making it too expensive for blacks to rebuild hi Jackie Quinn
3 Documentaries You Should Watch About the Tulsa Race Massacre
"Marks the 1/100 anniversary of the beginning of the Tulsa Race massacre, one of this country's worst recorded incidents of racial violence. Starting on May 31st 1921 and armed white mob aided by complicity or complacent officials killed as many as 300 men, women and Children in the area known as Black Wall Street. Burning it to the ground. Numerous events are taking place this long weekend to mark the centennial, although disputes rose when particularly high profile event was canceled, reportedly in a disagreement over compensation for three elderly survivors who were supposed to take part. But other events are proceeding and there are lots of opportunities to learn more about this traumatic but consequential moment, including numerous TV projects. NPR TV critic Eric Deggans has picked three documentaries, which he says you should not miss. For a long time. The Tosa race massacre was the attack America forgot and obliterated Tulsa, Oklahoma's prosperous black own Greenwood district, also known as Black Wall Street. The riots by white moms was hushed up by local officials and overlooked in history books. But that is changing as several TV outlets mark the centennial with documentaries on the massacre and its aftermath. It's an effort educate Americans on a horrendous attack, which burned down over 1200 homes and killed between 103 100 people. Among the best and most cinematic of these efforts is the history Channel film Tulsa Burning the 1921 Race Massacre Co directed by Emmy winner Stanley Nelson and executive produced by MBA star Russell Westbrook. This film opens with Reverend Robert Turner, pastor of Historic Burn in a M E Church who regularly visits Tulsa City Hall with a Bible in a bullhorn, reminding residents of the atrocity You are standing in a crime scene referred Turner Pastors. The church where black people hit in a basement tow avoid white moms 100 years ago. He now supports efforts to excavate a local cemetery where victims of the massacre rumored to have been dumped in unmarked graves in passing the
Looking Back at the Tulsa Race Massacre 100 Years Later
"Back to our commemoration of the 100 year anniversary of the Tulsa Race massacre with us, Phoebe are stubble filled forensic anthropologist at the University of Florida. And Greg Robinson, a Tulsa political activist. They're both descendants of survivors from the massacre. We're also hearing from Yuko camo kid tweeted. I never knew about it Until recently. I suspect it was not mentioned in my history class is in central Indiana in the fifties and sixties, and Greg wrote on Facebook. I first heard about it, circa 1998 on a news program on ABC. Utterly shocked by the story and equally so by not ever having heard in a report or reference to the attack. Previously we heard from a number of people in Oklahoma, including John in Tulsa and Martha and Grove. I was 40 years old. When I first heard about the race massacres. The first time I ever heard about this wasn't about 2000 and two And what's so sad is I grew up only 80 miles away. I was at the Greenwood Center on a field trip with high school freshman I returned on the bus with them and made the comment that I hadn't heard one single word growing up in Tulsa. For the previous 40 years. I then took my young child to Tulsa toe. Learn about it. And when he went back to his school, his teacher told him that that was a rumor. And she had never heard of that. It really shook me. This story needs to be told to our entire country so that it never ever happens again. Break what happened to the survivors after the massacre took place. Well, there was a few different things that occurred. We understand that about 60% of the people who endured the massacre. Escaped into other cities migrated up on each other parts of the country and actually didn't return.
"greenwood" Discussed on Pod 4 Good
"Because there are no publishing companies in tulsa. There are there isn't a major record label in tulsa this isn't and atlanta or chicago. It's not motown. They had to go. They had to go to a motel in order to get really in order to do this project the justice that it deserves. It's unfortunate that there isn't the industry here to support. That is some fortunate that there isn't a publishing industry and tolson sport that i'm hoping that maybe these projects getting the national attention and these documentaries that are being produced in places like la in atlanta that tulsa kind of wakes up and goes wait. This stuff could have been done here. Why don't we build the creative infrastructure for those projects to be done here and maybe we won't necessarily have all the brain drain that we have a lot of creative people. I know have left. Because they their career reaches a certain point to where. You can't really do a movie here you know. You can't publish a book. You can't put out an album you've got to go outside and tulsa to do these things so maybe that's another victory that we can look forward to hopefully so we just wanted to throw out some details listener as far as like when the books coming out where they can get the book you thinking about doing an audio version throughout some and also how they can enroll with thinking would. Yeah so the. The best place is the victory of greenwood dot com. All of our social media is on there you can pre-order the book now if you're a fan of jeff bezos you can pre-order the book on amazon. I'm the official published. Date is june second so that was very intentionally chosen right because we wanted it to be. the centennial the recovery of greenwood. Not santana the massacre. What about local bookstores. We are going to be at fulton. Magic city to coppola's at red hopefully weedy so reaching out right now to a lot of those local bookstores. and they're being incredibly supportive. So we're we're shouted to local bookstores. Yes yeah if you can handle especially fulton. They're awesome but yeah so we're we're contacting all the of the local book retailers as far as audiobook. What our plans are. There is to launch starter. Because i really wanted it to be kind of a project that the community participate in. So we're launching a kickstarter near future to raise the funds to be able to do the audio version. And i'd like to use hopefully national name again. I'll just call it if it happens. Great if not. That's cool but hoping to get somebody to like offering woodard. Our somebody has to ties to tulsa to do so with their narration. And then maybe 'cause because the book is a series of biographies. Maybe we get a few different people reading a few different biographies. And have you know. I don't know if that's ever been done audiobook from where i i. Don't listen to a lot of audio. So i don't know but i think that might be an interest yet for an audio book project. Especially it's about you know different people so a couple of different biographies would be read by a couple of different narrators. So every the concept of it and we'll just see how it goes and see people are receptive to that so that's kind of what we have in vision for the The audiobook and we're wanting to launch a podcast jesse. And i mentioned last time. And we're wanting to do a video series that focuses more on greenwood of the fifties and sixties. And what all that looked like. There's a lotta history there. There's a lot of personal narratives. There's a lot of stuff. I couldn't put in the book just because i didn't have enough. But there's a whole generation of people who remember greenwood from that time period and we've got a few interviews done for hoping to do several more kind of put that into maybe a youtube series or maybe a documentary but just kind of getting those stories on video. I think is really important. Awesome and we'll try to put links to your website and everything else in the show notes absolutely can connect together kickstarter out last link on the selfish trees. I want to end it that that audio because it should exist so but our our our final question we have people in person is to look look around the rant nine nerd recording studio and find something that either calls to you or you are so curious about that you need you need. You need us to tell you what it is. Well the first thing. I'm gonna point out is i greatly admire babylon five collection. Yes quite impressed. So good i Max now yes it is. And i have been enjoying it. In fact i enjoyed about three episodes last night very political or it's time way ahead of its time. Yeah so loved that show and you know it was it was doing serial cyril storytelling long before. It was hip. And if you want to see what happens when someone who has written a five year story things are going to have four years to finish it. The fourth season is probably the most jammed packed. Show i've ever seen two seasons in one and it's incredible and you know maybe one day we will get the improved special effects. They did some work for hbo. Max so. I think it looks a little better on white screen. Tv's than it. Oh yeah yes. I used to work for the company that had the licensing rights to graphic software that they use to great all the space stuff and not show. So i yeah. I just discovered someone took one of the space fighting games and like made ahmad. Where it's all babylon five ships and looks really really good. Someone tried to install it and play the for our listeners. Who are still listening to this. Part of great show the earth. The earth forces have these like tiny single ship. That could clearly just turn on a dime like three hundred one hundred and eighty degrees. And i'm like man that'd be fun video game i never be able to pull it off. But it was a great show for using cipher. What's what's is good at which is talking about differences and other and how the day we all kind of want the same thing and unless you're you know of orlan but the deep level of head coach there again mercy borough todd stay wants to do a babylon five leadership podcast. So oh really see. I would be really into that. We've got martha s- every but well the guy have any of them. The dvd's how many babylon five merchants get the merchant ship or something like a human your star trek type stuff so very cool. We'll get a picture with you. In a babylon.
"greenwood" Discussed on Pod 4 Good
"Jesse i feel like now. Is the time for you to talk about your most. Hated highway detroit. It's like i don't know about the blue highways. A racist thing came out. People were going to her. Podesta say that they're like oh. I think it was vox. Let's remind people of how ridiculous the federal highway system like the aerial pictures of atlanta ri- which wrapped around or black and brown people lived in detroit. There is a one mile highway right through a will be a predominantly black neighborhood. The highway doesn't do anything. It is literally the highway to nowhere and this and should be torn down for sure. Wow i i'm gonna have to look this up. I got some of the details wrong for metro's there on read it but i'm like ninety percents. It's close enough. That you can probably google it and find out what he's talking about. Editor's note the one mile highway is in baltimore not detroit. We apologize reverend. Chris more just let me borrow a book called the broken heart of america and it's about all these policies from red lining to the highway system to just all of it right in saint louis missouri. Evidently and i haven't read the book yet. So i'm probably messing this up too. But evidently saint louis was like the guinea pig for all of these red lining housing policies and like once once this became a okay and saint louis than they just rolled it out to the rest of the country. And i mean federal is the gateway city right so and yeah federal highway program there just same as detroit and atlanta and all these different places that we've talked about and again you don't learn that in school. Would you learn in school but the federal highway system is how great it was manifest destiny. Yeah blah blah blah again. Greenwood and tulsa had streetcars three cars. It's it's amazing. You look at the pictures and videos of greenwood. Both before and the rebuild new. See i it was what is now considered the urban ideal. It's it's what you know. A lot of the younger generation. Say this is the kind of place we wanna live in. It's what like portland is trying to be. That's what greenwood was. Yeah and it's it's heartbreaking. You know from me selfishly. Like i would wanna live there. And it's not there in tulsa has nothing close to it now and it's a mini heartbreaking things about knowing what tulsa could be today if it wasn't for you know what happened twice to this area of tulsa into the people there yeah. We had the most diverse. The most mix use the most mixed income. The most pedestrian friendly the most transit oriented neighborhood. I mean all the buzzwords all the chuck marrone jeff spek if he had done if he'd done his f- jeff back done his on greenwood it would come back very different than what he got like this hundred percent plus well-done. Yeah and yeah you can. You can literally google greenwood nine hundred forty eight to nine hundred fifty two and see what this was like. We had we have the ultimate urban est neighborhood and and it was. it was jane jacobs before jacobs. Was jane jacobs right. Like it was greenwood. Knew what it had. Yeah but the rest of tulsa didn't the rest of tells just said like oh. This is a blighted neighborhood and you can see autumn. Virk is not blighted in any sense of the word you know i. I'll know if you were here for the carlos. What is when we were. Maybe in moscow early high school when they when they expanded seventy first and they had to go through parts of midtown that had wealthy tillerson's in it and the weird compromises the end up happening where they build these huge walls. Because god forbid anyone has to look at a car in their backyard and you look at that and you compare that to what they were the to forty four and any other construction job in north and east east tells you you're like at least do the same thing you did for like you're going to ignore one group to ignore the other group too and i don't know if just we sit here. And they're going to be lob national attention on tulsa oklahoma and someone's going to say something stupid and it just gonna be a conversation about how embarrassing oklahoma is and then everyone's going to go home and then we're still going to have to deal with these issues and again. I'm glad that he wrote this book. Because it is a reminder that systems are losses sumpter meant to be broken and that you don't need someone to believe in you to accomplish something. Yeah just my hope. Is that these conversations. Don't end right that that again. In spite of what is trying to be accomplished which is after may thirty first. Twenty twenty one. Everybody just goes home and never talked about this again right that that is the exact opposite of what really happens of that. That's my biggest hope. My biggest hope is that we keep talking about the massacre about greenwood's history about greenwood's significance in the civil rights movement about greenwood's significance in the federal highway program. And how just comparing there was a highway that was meant to build through maple ridge You know so comparing that history to what happened to greenwood. I hope that conversation comes up. You know i hope. I just hope that we keep having these conversations about why north tulsa looks the way it looks today and what we can really do to fix it because a golf tournament southern hills is not gonna. I'm not gonna not gonna do anything for anyone. In greenwood lease done it at tulsa country club which is in north tulsa in southern hills. I mean not that that would have been a lot better but at least it would have been close degree doing it it. It just looks better. Map perspective dedicating. Some benches is not gonna help these art projects and some of the other projects i mean. They're they're great but they're very ephemeral and people forget about them. After a very short amount of time you know. I wanted to see these continued conversations. These continued policy proposals. That get pushed forward. I hope with everything in me. That type rose is able to get highway removal on the one voice agenda. I want to see to. I two forty four razed to the ground. Yeah i and there's the conversations i'm hearing and getting the backing of an institution like bmx You know i think it's a real possibly one. I don't wanna like hope too much because i've done. I've made that mistake several times. What's ted lasso. Say it's the hope that kills you. The right against th that was the town's motto right so so up. But i do i. I hope they get what they are pushing toward Because it would be amazing like that. That would be incredible. Think it's been interesting to see. These sort of more grassroots efforts have had maybe more national support. Even they've had local support. I mean you mentioned. Fire the l- africa. If you look at what is trying to do with black tech street you have these peop- people throughout greenwood. That are trying to make a difference and it does unfortunately feel like that. They're getting more support outside of tulsa than they do within insulza one hundred percent. I mean i can tell you even at our own book. I'm having a talk A little later on with a group in sacramento. I'm doing another talk with the holocaust museum in illinois. i've already had conversations with a groups in new jersey. We definitely. I mean there's a another book publishing company out of portland who reached out to us to write a children's book version so that i mean even in our project there has been tons more support on a national scale than there has been in tulsa. We went to several fundraisers until so that we gave them a navy commission. And they're going to do what they're gonna do and have a nice day. No but i just. But i i just say that to say we have seen that absolutely for project one thousand percent. I can't really route blame. Tulsa necessarily.
"greenwood" Discussed on Pod 4 Good
"Greenwood and we have families who are living in greenwood today whose houses would have burnt down twenty one and then bulldozed in seventy one there. Hundreds of families in greenwood where that's the case and so can we. Does that mean that. We now can't talk about the federal highway program which happened in the completion of that was seventy one. You can't was opened in ninety one. Some of that land was still being taken over in ninety six. In fact that greenwood unity heritage plan has eminent domain bulldozing of quote unquote blighted houses. We're talking about twenty nineteen so that was two years ago. So can we not talk about that either. I mean i. I guess they won't be able to watch the killers of the flower moon in school. Because i mean that's that's a case where people were. White people were taking over the effectively custody of of of kids so that they could steal their property. Absolutely you know. I mean it. It's fascinating to me too. Because a lot of the people that support this law laws like it are the same people who complain about the younger generation being coddled. Not all these things about how the younger generation the the everyone gets a trophy generations. And everything like that. And yet here they are ostensibly saying that well. We can't talk about this stuff in school because it's it's damaging to the children that are there and stuff like that so it just feels like to me that it's transparent that that it isn't for the reasons that they claim it is. Yeah i'm concerned about What about the children. Who have isn't and ivo say to the family and have and may have had. This happened in their family history. So what about their feelings. I would like to ask the oklahoma legislature and governor. Do they want their kids to learn about these. These horrific things in these important parts of us history in pop culture. Because that's what's going to happen like for example. I didn't know i wouldn't taught this in school. When i learned about the mass immigration of chinese workers to build the railroad tracks. I learned that from brisco county junior. That's not the way you should learn about that. Yeah sure i mean. They learned about the land run from far foreign away. Of course i was in california. So i didn't get you know we. We got the gold rush and we got stanford university and all that sort of the history a history lesson in california state has their trauma that they had not embrace but either deal with or ignore. So but we're getting away from the fact that the book is called victory of research. Let's talk about what that victory is and you know. It wasn't franklin on the cover for the obvious reason that it was his lawsuit that paved the way for greenwood to rebuild and and and it did there's film footage from nineteen twenty one to nineteen twenty eight that shows a thriving greenwood once again so ultimately tape. Brady's plot to steal greenwood's land was unfulfilled. I learned from the artists. Collective that is now at his former mansion now called skyline mansion that he late in his life he committed suicide at quite young but during this revitalization of greenwood period. He would you stand out. He could stand on his balcony and see greenwood being rebuilt so see. See his plans. Just totally crumble tie. That was a little bit of an interesting little tidbit of history. But greenwood goes on to have so many. Other victories count basie stayed here in nineteen twenty seven and the whole sort of a big band. Swing jazz sound that migrates to chicago and and ends up finding itself in the harlem renaissance man and all that begins in greenwood which is an amazing. He's of music history and amazing to think of that. That sound wouldn't be what it is without greenwood and just chapter after chapter. There's just so many stories of victory doctor. Levin hooker not only becomes the first black woman to serve in. The us coastguard but does groundbreaking work in child. Psychology changed kind changes that world and is a professor at fordham university like well into her nineties. This amazing to think michael jackson had family visited here in the seventy s. There's just so many connections to to serve national and and world history ba emmett jamie kennedy. Who's in one of my last chapters. Grew up on. Greenwood graduated booker. t. and founded network solutions in the early nineties if you registered a domain name. You're buying it from imaging mchenry. So why isn't his name. In the same sentence as tim burners lee and bill gates and steve wozniak and steve jobs. Well i can think of at least one reason. Well racist one and so i. I wanted to absolutely put a spotlight on all arteries of all. These people may just amazing incredible historical icons that we should be. It should be a statue of jimmy henry somewhere in tulsa there should be a statue of bolivia j. hooker like somewhere that should be recognition of eighty five gates in her work. Amosi hall home johnson. I could go on and on and on about all of these people who just change. The country changed the world. And we don't talk about them in our history well and i think one of the things that was fascinating about the book is it seems like too often when we talk about the race massacre we talk about it as one large group of people there a few players that we may call out specifically related to that but we leave out the stories of all of the people that were there before and thereafter and it felt like. That's what this was about. It was about the stories of all of the people and that would be intentional. I didn't wanna put just another history book on the bookshelves. There's plenty of those scott elsworth. Tim madigan alfred brophy. All those guys have done wonderful work and i. I pulled from their work. You know i. I researched what everyone had written before. Me about greenwood and i didn't. I really didn't want to put another sort of academic history book on the bookshelves as i gather. That's already been done. i don't need to do. I need to locate their efforts. When i read shimmery wills black fortunes is really when i had had a couple of chapters in draft form and pieces here and there but when i read his book and the way he told the story from biographical perspective. You know told the story of the people and and you're teaching history but you're teaching history through the through the eyes of those people. When i read that and kind of realized like oh i could tell the story this way. That's when i started really found like okay. This is how. I really wanna do this. And i chose to profile and and kind of structured book that way and even you talked about. There's a lot of people in there that had national impact international impact but even some like simon berry who had a profound impact on tulsa arguably the reason that we have the mass transit system. We have absolutely sort of the the the first george kaiser in funding a park and gifting it to the city. You know all the mazing things he did you know and just learning about those things. I honestly sometimes feel a little cheated. That i didn't know about these people before. Yeah we see these names. Oliver tulsa right charles page boulevard and and lewis avenue and new block park and lacey part. You know we just we see these names and their parks and streets and buildings and we don't really think about them too much but when you start kind of asking the question like okay. Who is this park named after you start finding some pretty interesting things So i wanted to pull all that out you know. I wanted people to kind of recognize their own city in these stories. What was the i mean. I don't want. I don't want you to have to pick your favorite. But what was the like the one victory then. You were like this like this. Is this one. This one is special to me right now because of any particular parts of it because these are all very sort of unique but.
Greenwood Genetic Center on Epigenetics
"I guess they are front. Greenwood genetic center. Dr louis and kelly walden rate is an assistant director in greenwood's molecular diagnostic laboratory and kelly is greenwood's director of diagnostic development and h net counselor by training. Welcome to the show guys. It's fantastic to have john. Thanks for having us. Thank you so a lot of genetic counselors. If they're listening they know greenwood for their visual aids. I think that's what greenwood is most popular for. But could you give us a little more background and tell us about the other division of green genetic center. That people may be less familiar with kelly. Did you want to start us out of just giving background information. So the green which genetic center is a nonprofit organization We do have four divisions we have our clinical division said they see patients across the state of south carolina. We have our research. Division focused on functional studies setting the causes of autism birth defects intellectual disability. Our education division. They provide programs across the state from middle school. High school all the way up through our medical genetics training programs and then are gonna collapse. I agree with diagnostic labs. We have cited genetics molecular and biochemical testing. And so in this episode we are focusing on epigenetics and really exploring what happy. Genetics is testing four. Bg that conditions for those. That may not understand like they hear this epigenetics term. They're like what is genetics. I have no idea reagan. You fill us in on just giving us that background information so that you know us talking about testing options and conditions all make a little bit more sense. Yup so epigenetics is the process in which expression in jeans are either increase or decrease in a way that's independent makoni sequence
Washington DC native creates chain of successful bed and breakfast inns
"A D. C native and an award winning entrepreneur who has built her empire, One bed and breakfast at a time. W GOP continues our coverage of women's history month by highlighting the voices who are making a difference in our community. Monique Greenwood is the owner and chief enjoyment officer of Aquatic, a bed and breakfast inns. The key to running a successful bed and breakfast is really having a love for people and wanting to make sure that they have a great experience. Akwaaba Ins has five locations, including one on DuPont Circle in northwest Washington. But the crown jewels of her properties is one in Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains. Once a Woolworth estate like Grandmother who lived to be 100 and one also a native Washingtonian. Last thing she said to me before she passed was I can remember when I couldn't sit at the counter at war. Worse, and now my baby girl is all up in their mansion. Stephanie Gaines Bryant w T o P. News
Seattle City Council Considers Easing Up Restrictions for Small Businesses
"Should Seattle small business owners be allowed to operate retail stores out of their home garage is a new city ordinance would make it possible, at least temporarily. We get more from Cuomo's Corwin hate, the proposed law would give a temporary okay to a pandemic practice that's already going on informally. For example, Caitlin Bram wanted to open a tasting room for her product. Yonder cider. When Cove it made that move impractical. She began selling cans and bottles out of her Greenwood garage. The Seattle Times reports. When a neighbor objected, she campaigned the city to allow it. Bram address the City Council in any small businesses appearing exciting thing. Yet I'm so thankful to the committee for considering bills that could make it just a little bit more achievable provokes the BRINGING businesses. Home Bill would allow garage based retail stores to obtain city permits so long as they don't violate the health code or any other safety laws. The bill notes. These would be temporary zoning modifications allowed on Lee during the pandemic.
Chicago Police Department Loses 2 Officers From Suicide in 1 Week
"As Chicago police were struggling with the loss of a colleague who fatally shot himself. Monday, Another officers died of an apparent suicide. WGN Steve Ruxton. Reports Chicago police say the 38 year old officer who worked in the department's gang investigations unit, died of a gunshot wound in the basement of his Southwest side home at Mount Greenwood. At least 10 Chicago. Police officers have committed suicide since 2018 2017 Justice Department report found the department suicide rate was 60%. And higher than the nationwide average for
"greenwood" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Kids to start going back to school that they would order already beg event, they would already have the vaccination done so there would be no issues. I feel the government And politicians are government dropped the ball on it by not thinking ahead, you know, Well, everybody was in a panic last spring, so I'll get under understand they could company then and I understand the confusion then, but as far as now napping, having our ducks in a row and being able to get these people vaccinated, so they get back to work. Yeah, It's agree, Justin. It's a mistake. I concur. It's a big mistake. You know, I think it's all it's all over politics. You know, it's all over money that they really cared that the kids were winding back in school. They would do what they need to do. Well, it's not the CTS job to care about the kids. It's our job to care about her kids, obviously, but They're looking out for their members, but they're getting hammered. Now. This has gone on long enough. If you have to protect your very vulnerable members off your union, the older folks that people pre existing conditions and it's up to the union to protect them. Specifically, even after you have to cut a side deal with the mayor to say, OK, could 10% of our workforce continue to work from home? We just want to protect these people. The rest of us will get back in. On Monday. That seems reasonable to me and probably you, John Percent. They have other two teachers, right? Yeah, so they could take put them in the place of the elderly teachers. Dad don't want to go back every place, but you know what the parents have to stand up and be like we have enough. This is what we want. No, there's a law state. It's our job to take care of our kids house and make sure they're safe thing. Everything those shouldn't the parents stand up and be like well. We feel it's a where we feel It's not safe. Isn't it kind of court decision as parents? It's working. L responsible for our kids safety and well being. It's our decision regarding our kids. Not our decision regarding a union member of CTU Union member how was traffic and I'll bet our conditions to Dr John Rock right now. The way they're clear their dry we'll keep on this weekend. Absolutely YouTube Everything. Mike, Thanks for calling John appreciate listening, were deeply disappointed to announce that we still have not reached a deal. We will remain at the table in an effort to get a deal done. The ball is in the sea to use court. 5 18 time for traffic Here is Kim Gordon and John John was right. The expressway isn't always air doing pretty well, but it's the side streets that are getting dicey lots. Lots of accidents out there. I'll just hit a few of the highlights in Northbrook. We have an accident Willow Road at Greenwood, the tri state north, about a lake Cook road and exit ramp partially blocked with a disabled vehicle. In Bridgeview and Accident, Harlem Avenue north of 86. ST Elmer's another accident, Grand Avenue at County Line. Road West Chicago. Another accident route 59 at Joliet Street. Just take it easy out there it is getting icy. Next traffic update in less than 15 minutes. Kobe Bryant was one of the most honored players in NBA history. But Kobe was about so much more than basketball. He promoted diversity in the media.
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"Versus the exception or the new thing in the culture. Exactly and Ryan as we get down the road and Greenwood is fully established in the community. Do you see those opportunities for financial education off those young people? Who's in whose hands you were gonna put a phone so that they can The old well, be educated about that wealth, and as Mike just said. Plan so that that wealth is passed on because The money that is in. I mean, the black buying dollar is and you know the number off the time. Two trillion. Yeah, Congress. It's not just about the recirculation of dollars is not just about infusing bank capital into qualified And the qualified hands of individuals also about financial literacy. Right. So, um, it Z not easy to make the money, but it's harder to hold onto it. So right, so, so it's a full circle education. And support that Greenwood plans on having with the unbanked and that's the end. When I mentioned on bank I'm not just referring to individuals that can't Get probably get banking services. I'm talking about individuals who don't have banking services. We we want to grow with that community as well as the community, the middle class upper class. In between class communities that are so desperately being underserved. So there's it's a full. It's a full service cycle of trust. And financial support and financial freedom that we plan on infusing into the country. So how soon or how long it's gonna take before folks can can visit a website log on and open. Green. What account? Yes, ma'am. So goddess, we will launch and announce Greenwood on October 8th. All right. You you will be able to consumers will be able to sign up on our waiting list. At that time we playing on launching our first product, which I mentioned was a debit deposit savings Ah, product on the fourth quarter of this year, so we will be a full fledged operating digital bank before the New Year's hits. Outstanding. Can't wait to open my own account, and I'm thinking of a bank right now. I need to close an account with two. So you had it, Mike. Anything else? You want the audience to know that about this this initiative, your involvement in it and how it's going to be not only the next big thing, but the next big thing that's gonna make a genuine difference in our community and definitely for the culture. Greenwood of the future. The future is right now, and the future is in your hands. Banking from your phone banking digitally. It's all Greenwood reinvested in your community. Turning that dollar is Greenwood Ah Bank that you can trust that understands the concerns of the black community and Latina X community is great work. Greenwood is the future and the future is right now. The future of banking is in your head friends. You heard it right here. They are building a better future for the culture, a multi generational problem getting a multi generational solution. Ambassador Andrew Young along with our guest today, Michael render you Norma's killer Mike and Ryan Glover. They're the founders of Greenwood, a banking platform that combined cutting edge financial technology with cultural affiliation. The modern fintech neo bank Primarily serving the African American and Latino community They launched just October 8th soon will be fielding digital banking products that uniquely address the needs of a population. That traditionally just doesn't bank Thank you guys for being with us. Perspectives is the Community of public affairs program crafted with you in mind If there's a guest you'd like to hear interviewed or a perspective, you think should be explored. Let me know you're old school. Just write me 16 01 West Peachtree Street, northeast Atlanta, Georgia 30309 or.