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"Is your house Richard R. J. S. gao my next guest has written a book on a subject that I have long pondered and long thought about he has done far more than that he's researched it he has written a book that I think I would like to know more about although I have the book you can't see it but it's in this electronic device so without any further ado let me introduce him Ian Haney Lopez is a professor R. he is the death of law he is a director of the racial politics project at the I'm going to try to get this radiant the Haas institute for a fair and inclusive society and and he's also Chief Justice Earl Warren professor of public law at Berkeley could I get that right I I don't know whether with all those titles that that's that sounds like just you know buffering or something but well I just don't I you know that's what I want to make sure we had a half hour right and the S. important the person and the it's just hard you have a car that's like an accordion as something he has a new book he wrote the book dog whistle politics which I recommend his new book is entitled merge left with good title fusing race and class winning elections and saving America and without any further ado and Haney Lopez welcome to the program thank you I'm so glad to join you so but rather than not me do it why don't you just briefly state what are the theme of the book as also there's two there's there's the analytics team that is that say Hey this is still dog whistle politics when you look at Donald trump's numbers I in terms of which demographics you want whereas the percentage of support he garnered they are very very similar to Mitt Romney's number so one is yeah I'm a late claim this is still dog whistle politics trump is building on a fifty year tradition it precedes him it will not go away when he goes away we've got to figure out how to beat so that's one part of it but the other part and in some ways the most important part is because I'd already published a book on dog whistle politics when trump was elected I realized it was really important to go beyond the analysis and figure out okay well how do you actually beat dog whistling out actually beat the strategic exploitation of coded racism in American politics so with communications specialist with labor union help with our corporate collaboration from DeMoss I think tank I co founded a two year research project it didn't swell used focus groups and national polling and message testing specifically around how you beat that message we ended up with is shockingly good results and merge left is about those results merge left is a way to understand where we are in terms of trump and the larger trajectory of the exploitation of racism in American politics and it's about how we can actually beat trump with what is now the most politically potent message available to the last way and it's more important even than the message on the right so I want to I want to explore both those avenues obviously the latter is of more as you say more importance because it involves the future we helped to create but I do want to explore the dog whistle the analytic side for a second because I was one of my concerns about the political discourse now among Democrats or the left and I think it's gotten a little better in the last few months but is a kind of trump exceptional isn't something that says that the the the dog was sleeping with the racial themes offend the Havering racial themes of the trump era of the trump administration particular this is somehow that something new and distinct and that if we could just expelled this man from our political life it would go away and that's why you know I mentioned the dog was politics your earlier book because it was long but my assertion home well that kind of thinking leaves out the welfare queen mythology of Ronald Reagan and it leaves out the Willie Horton ad and George H. W. bush it leaves out you know Richard Nixon's comments and so on and do you know personal observation I'm from a working class white neighborhood to me it also leaves out something like a Geraldine Ferraro as a Sir regard for Hillary Clinton in two thousand and eight saying of a black man Barack Obama it's not his turn to me in my white working class neighborhood it's not history had a very specific dog whistle me Menashe she denied it maybe I misunderstood her body I would say that a dog whistle blow dog whistles lane although Democrats have thankfully abandoned it as far as I can tell he was not something I'm familiar to members of both parties and is much older than trump right I absolutely agree and I think you we went through a lot of that history so all to a different version of it we know that the Republican Party in the summer of nineteen sixty three decided that they were going to shift from being a relatively moderate on race T. using race as a as a way to try and pool white voters out of the democratic coalition that included working class whites African Americans and white liberals we know that because it was reported at the time by a conservative journalist Robert Novak who said that many of the party's political leaders many of the Republican party's political leaders saw political gold to be mined in the racial crisis the civil rights movement by becoming in fact though not in name the white man's party we know the moment that decision was made it was made by a Barry Goldwater his reactionary faction of the Republican Party this is what they proceeded to do through Nixon and then through Ronald Reagan and then you see Bill Clinton are reacting to the success of it a good joke joke H. W. bush and Willie Horton ad by saying Democrats are going to imitate it and this pattern continues on up until two thousand eight and then again in two thousand and twelve if you look at the numbers essentially what's happening as Republican presidential candidates are winning about ninety percent of their support from white voters that is it's ninety percent of their support for Republican presidential candidate comes from white voters ninety eight percent of Republican elected officials are white three and five or sixty percent of whites are voting for Republican presidential candidates no democratic candidate for president has won a majority in the white vote since nineteen sixty four in other words that white man's party that Republicans talk about creating in nineteen sixty three they effectively created it those numbers I just gave you those are the numbers for Romney those are the numbers from a chain and those are the numbers for Donald Trump they did not much ship so it's very important understand that in one sense Donald Trump dress right represents the continuity of a fifteen year old trajectory but in another sense he is exceptional and dangerously so what made trump exceptional it wasn't that he was using race is that he felt completely unconstrained in the way we use race Donald Trump never thought he was gonna get elected and so he never thought that he needed to constrain his racial appeals in a way that would protect his ability to win a general election or to govern working electric moreover he had no loyalty to the Republican Party so as far as he was concerned what was important was to go as far as he needed to go to win the primaries and whatever damage was done to the party is an institution was a matter of utter indifference to him because he was on constrained in its ability to pander to racial fears and resentments in the Republican base he essentially ran the table on the more mainstream more cautious Republican candidates in twenty fifteen that's what allowed him to win the primary and then he went on and managed to squeak through with an electoral college victory not a popular the majority but he did manage this winter okay that's the difference about Donald Trump he feels himself unconstrained he's got no loyalty to the party frankly he's got no loyalty to much of anything besides himself and his reputation or as I should say his ego because I think for trial he's internalized the idea that all publicity is good publicity so is long as people are talking about him he's pretty happy that's what makes him especially dangerous he's exceptional in that sense but a beer Norma's mistake to think he's exceptional in being the first Republicans really exploiting race he's not he's doing something that's been fifty years in the making and that frankly now is the predominant modus operandi for almost every elected Republican official and it will continue to operate that way Intel Democrats figure out a way to defeat it and again we're talking with professor Ian Haney Lopez about his book merge left in this perhaps Ian gets us to the kind of event we can make between the analytical and and at the instrumentation or whatever you wanna call it the the implementation ideas and that's this are you have long watched in frustration as the laugh seems to splinter between those who are emphasized I wouldn't say it's absolutism on either side but those who emphasized economic issues which is one I've tended more to write about more but and work within more but the idea somehow are rising in the laugh is that there is I'm a decision to be made a breach between whether you support well what's come to be called identity politics what I would consider an extension of the civil rights social justice tradition in this country or whether you have a size economic issues and for reasons that perhaps we can go into there seems to have been in recent years a friction between those two embassies or tendencies where I didn't see you know historically that there was a fraction in the sixties or seventies but nowadays yeah you know he's like a Bernie Sanders or something he's that he talks about economic justice over there over here and they talk about perhaps some form of identity jazz does but they don't care about the working class so this this fact fiction it seems to me one of the goals of your book I don't want to speak for you the one of your the goals of your book is to address and redress that but what what are your thoughts I I think you really frame the question clearly accurately it's important understand the origins of this split as I said we we know and and you can bet democratic strategist no since our publicans made the decision to use race to hold voters away from the Democratic Party now to be clear they were gonna do so in code to allow plausible deniability they'd say things like lawn owner or welfare queen and then denied it was about race at all what is clearly a racial strategy the Democrats knew his original strategy they've known this since at least nineteen sixty four how to respond became the issue and what quickly became apparent to Democrats is to.

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KCBS All News

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"haas institute" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Had it up pretty close to seventy. Raceway Jeffrey shout, KCBS most bay area residents are increasingly living in neighborhoods, where the family next door. Looks like their own has KCBS's Meghan gold, spe- reports, UC Berkeley. Researchers have found that overall the bay area is more segregated now than it was in nineteen seventy researchers at the Haas institute for a fair and inclusive society at UC Berkeley have created a new interactive map that lets you explore segregation in the bay area over the last several decades, all of the tracks are low, segregation in nineteen seventy. If you move the slider two thousand ten it's almost all high or moderate, Steven Mnuchin is director of the institute and co author on this report. He says the only two counties to be doing slightly better are Alameda in San Francisco. It's hard to come up with an answer as to why this is happening. He says, because sure demographics can change but. It's not about who lives here, but where they live, take Oakland. For example. It is one of the most diverse cities in the whole country, but it's also a city that has clearly definable racial neighborhoods. So it's a very segregated city and segregation manifest in the schools in the problems this 'cause extend beyond education, he says we will be able to solve the student achievement gap that will be able to work on parent mortality, infant mortality solve police brutality, or mass incarceration and injustice in the criminal Justice system. Because says, racial segregation has always been at the root of racial inequality, making gold speak. KCBS..

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KCBS All News

02:34 min | 1 year ago

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"Middle, we're going to add full-service Kim and community center to really create this very dynamic welcoming and safe. Recreation space for the community may or London breed told city staff. She does not expect them to understand public housing the way she does having grown up in it, but she reminded them. Here today. Let us remember our job is to be accountable to everyone in this city. And not just those who have time to show up and advocate at city hall in San Francisco, gentlemen. KCBS some parts of the bay area are more segregated than they were nearly fifty years ago. Yes. KCBS is Meghan goals. Be reports. That's a new interactive mapping tool created by the UC Berkeley, researchers that seems to show just that on the map and you can use a slide tool to investigate the degree of Sagar Gatien in different areas across time. And when you do says Stephen Menendez and director of research at the Haas institute for a fair and inclusive society at UC Berkeley. You'll find that the very counties are more segregated today than they were in nineteen seventy and nineteen eighty two that arts Alameda, in San Francisco, the worst spot, they found for segregating are the cities in northern Santa Clara county. So why is this happening? Very difficult question to answer. Part of the reason for the changes in the levels of segregation overall is because the population has changed in the bay area, but population change in demographic changes. Specially since nineteen south of those knackers nineteen sixty five is not going to necessarily make a more integrated area. So Oakland is a great example. One of the most diverse cities in the country, it still has high levels of segregation as people move into neighborhoods where they look like their neighbors. The big problem here, says Mindy and pick. Whatever issue you're care about, it's unlikely we will solve any one of those problems in an extremely segregated society because racial segregation is and has always been the root cause of racial inequality, Nagin gold, speak KCBS capitol corridor train, and a vehicle collided in Oakland today, the agency tweeted out about eleven forty five this morning. The train seven twenty eight was cancelled because of the collision videos posted online show smoke emanating from the scene. Now, we'll keep you updated. With more information when it becomes. Amenable KCBS news time is three thirty six. We've got eight you on traffic and weather in just a moment. Hi, I'm Jay Farner CEO of Quicken Loans. Thirty percent of Americans who are planning home, improvements of five thousand dollars or more. We'll pay for those renovations,.

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02:03 min | 1 year ago

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"On board. There's no question that this neighborhood has been historically underserved. You know, San Francisco is blessed to have a really good park system. One hundred percent of us live within a ten minute, walk apart. But with this community is ask for it hasn't had and that's an indoor basketball court. And that's what we plan to build. The renovation of Sunnyvale is part of the hope SF program launched in two thousand six to transform the city's most distressed public housing sites in San Francisco, gentlemen, KCBS, most bay area residents increasingly are living in neighborhoods where the family next door. Looks like their own s KCBS is making to reports, UC Berkeley. Researchers have found that overall the bay area's more segregated than it was in nineteen seventy researchers at the Haas institute for a fair and inclusive society at UC Berkeley have created a new. Interactive map that lets you explore segregated in the bay area over the last several decades, all of the tracks are low segregation in nineteen seventy. If you move the slider two thousand ten it's almost all high or moderate, Stephen, Menendez is director of the institute and co author on this report. He says the only two counties to be doing slightly better are Alameda in San Francisco, and it's hard to come up with an answer as to why this is happening. He says because shirt demographics can change. But it's not about who lives here, but where they live, take Oakland. For example, it is one of the most diverse cities in the whole country, but it's also a city that has clearly definable racial neighborhoods. So it's a very segregated city and segregation manifest in the schools and the problems this caused extend beyond education. He says, we will be able to solve the student achievement gap that will be able to work on parent mortality, infant mortality solve police. Taliban or mass incarceration and injustice in the criminal Justice system because men Indian says racial segregation has always been at the root of racial inequality. Megan gold speak. KCBS KCBS news time twelve thirty six a situation. Developing in Oakland involving an Amtrak train..

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03:07 min | 1 year ago

"haas institute" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On board. There's no question that this neighborhood has been historically underserved. You know, San Francisco is blessed to have a really good park system. I'm one hundred percent of us live within ten minute, walk apart. But with this community is ask for it hasn't had. And that's an indoor basketball. And that's what we plan to build. The renovation of Sunnyvale is part of the hope SF program launched in two thousand six to transform the city's most distressed public housing sites. In San Francisco gentleman, KCBS let's bay area residents are increasingly living in neighborhoods, where the family next door. Looks like their own as KCBS's Meghan gold to be reports, UC Berkeley. Researchers have found that overall the bay area's more segregated today than it was in nineteen seventy researchers at the Haas institute for a fair and inclusive society at UC Berkeley have created a new interactive map that lets you explore segregation in the bay area over the last several decades, all of the tracks are low, segregation in nineteen seventy. But if you move the slider two thousand ten it's almost all high or moderate, Stephen, Menendez is director of the institute and co author. On this report. He says the only two counties to be doing slightly better are Alameda in San Francisco, and it's hard to come up with an answer as to why this is happening. He says, because sure demographics can change. But it's not about who lives here, but where they live, take Oakland. For example, it is one of the most diverse cities in the whole country, but it's also a city that has clearly definable racial neighborhoods. So it's a very segregated city and segregation manifest in the schools and the problems this caused extend beyond education. He says, we will be able to solve the student achievement gap that will be able to work on parent mortality, infant mortality solve police brutality, or mass incarceration and injustice in the criminal Justice system. Because men Indian says racial segregation has always been at the root of racial inequality. Megan gold, speak, KCBS KCBS news time, ten thirty five a commentary. Now from why are radio with foods such a huge part of American culture. This is not an. Easy place to Ramadan. I'm Newman fees with a commentary from why our media as one of more than three million Muslims in the United States. I'm fasting from eating drinking and worldly pleasures between sunrise and sunset all month. But my regular life doesn't stop doing Ramadan. I still have class theater rehearsals and work to conserve my energy. I've talked lesson stay indoors as much as possible occasionally asked myself. Why was I doing this five years into the practice? I think I know I live in society where everyone is indulging. Ramadan is an eye opener. Not a calorie burner. It's true purpose is to purify, the heart and a race hatred and desires that lead to negative energy as I observe Ramadan, my selfishness, and materialism decrease I feel the hardships of those less fortunate while knowing I can experience the joys of life after sunset, we're meant to be patient and disciplined, not just during the fast, but also after it's over a life lesson that I can stand by even..

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02:24 min | 1 year ago

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"Some parts of the area are more segregated than they were nearly fifty years ago. KCBS Megan goals, tells us that's pretty much the takeaway from a new interactive mapping tool, put together by UC Berkeley. Researchers. You can use a slide tool to investigate the degree of sacred Gatien in different areas across time. And when you do says Stephen Menendez and director of research at the Haas institute for a fair and inclusive society at UC Berkeley. You'll find that. I'm Barry counties are more segregated today than they were in nineteen seventy and nineteen eighty two that art Alameda, and San Francisco, the worst spot, they found for segregating are the cities in northern Santa Clara county. So why is this happening difficult question to answer part of the reason for the changes in the levels of segregation overall is because the population has changed in the bay area but population change and demographic changes specially since nineteen. Sixty five is not going to necessarily make more integrated area. So Oakland is a great example, one of the most diverse cities in the country, it's still has high levels of segregation as people move into neighborhoods where they look like their neighbors. The big problem here says menendez- whatever issue you care about unlikely we will solve any one of those problems in an extremely segregated society because racial segregation is and has always been the root cause of racial inequality gold speak. KCBS pleasant hill. Police are investigating a shooting that didn't hurt anybody. But did cause quite a commotion at a hotel early this morning? The shooting was reported at one AM at the residence in on elm. Ellen would way numerous calls of shots fired came in and police found almost fifty shell casings on the ground at least one room had been fired run round rather had been fired into an occupied room. Several cars also were struck police say that a party was taking place inside at least one room of the hotel. At the time the shots were fired. And when officers arrived, the party goers appear to be leaving the area. No suspects have been identified and anybody with information is asked to call pleasant hill. Police we've got sports coming up with Caroline burns. And just a couple of shakes, and she'll hopefully, answer the question have the warriors made the adjustments. They need for NBA finals game, number two, KCBS news time nine twelve. Sponsored by star one credit union. Get totally free. Checking go to star one dot org. Drumming thumping.

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02:11 min | 1 year ago

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"Their own KCBS is Megan goals reports, UC Berkeley. Researchers found that overall the bay area is more segregated than it was in nineteen seventy researcher. At the Haas institute for a fair and inclusive society at UC Berkeley have created a new interactive map that lets you explore segregated in the bay area over the last several decades. Basically, all of the census tracts are low segregation in nineteen seventy. But if you move the slider two thousand ten it's almost all high or moderate, Steven Mnuchin is director of the institute and co author on this report. He says the only two counties to be doing slightly better or ala MEDA in San Francisco, and it's hard to come up with an answer as to why this is happening. He says because shirt demographics can change. But it's not about who lives here, but where they live, take Oakland. For example, it is one of the most diverse cities in the whole country, but it's also a city that has clearly definable racial neighborhoods. So it's a very segregated city and segregation manifest in the schools and the problems this caused extend beyond education. He says, if I'm like, we will be able to solve the student achievement gap that will be able to. Work on parent, mortality, infant mortality solve police brutality, or mass incarceration and injustice in the criminal Justice system. Because men Indian says racial segregation has always been at the root of racial inequality, making gold speak. KCBI new study suggests it colon cancer is on the rise in younger people, especially here in the western United States. Researchers with the American Cancer Society, find the number of people under fifty with disease has been growing every year. So unclear why more people in the west are impacted. We advise patients to exercise advise patients to avoid eating too much red meat and processed food. But the team has to be some other factor. Maybe just don't know about that. His gastrointestinal research, chief doctor, Anton, Bill. Check with John Wayne Cancer Institute in Santa, Monica, who says he has seen more people under fifty recently with colon cancer. The American Cancer Society recently lowered the age to start colon cancer screening from fifty to forty five KCBS. News time eight twelve..

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03:48 min | 1 year ago

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"Far from highway one at one nobody was hurt in the explosion and fire, the fire sending thick black smoke into the air about forty five firefighters took about an hour to put it out the fire that is, which destroyed the tank trailer and damaged a few other trucks and businesses in the immediate area where you vacuum it'd and workers at a nearby animal. Shelter were fittingly told to shelter themselves in place. Well, some parts of the bay area are more segregated now than they were in nineteen seventy s KCBS is Meghan goals? Be reports that is the takeaway of new interactive mapping tool created by UC Berkeley. Researchers on the map, you can use a slide tool to investigate the degree of sacred Gatien in different areas across time. And when you do says Stephen Menendez and director of research at the Haas institute for a fair and inclu-. Society at UC Berkeley. You'll find that. Seven of the nine bay area counties are more segregated today than they were in nineteen seventy and nineteen eighty two that art Alameda in San Francisco. The worst spot they found for segregation or the cities in northern Santa Clara county. So why is this happening difficult question to answer part of the reason for the changes in the levels of segregation overall is because the population of change in the bay area? But population change in demographic changes, especially since nineteen seventy five is not going to necessarily make a more integrated area. So Oakland is a great example. One of the most diverse cities in the country, it's still has high levels of segregation as people move into neighborhoods where they look like their neighbors. The big problem here says Mindy pick. Whatever issue you're care about unlikely we will solve any one of those problems in an extremely segregated society because racial segregation is and has always been the root cause of racial inequality Nagin, gold speech. KCBS contra Costa's about to become one of the few California counties. Trying restorative Justice for young people suspected of crimes KCBS, as Patty rising explains how it will work restorative Justice aims to. Right. A wrong focusing, not on questions of rules and punishment. Who was harm. What are the needs in whose obligation to make it right? Ashley, Georgia's associate director of impact Justice restorative Justice project, which will train community members and members of the district attorney's office to implement the program. She says it's focused on relationships how to build them sustain them. And Mendham when there's harm to bring harm also known as a victim. Together for. With the port and with community members to discuss what happened. Talk about the impact together. They make a plan to make things right. And when the youth completes the plan, no criminal charges are filed similar program in Alameda County found a forty four percent reduction in youth, who re-offended Patty rising KCBS, more and more younger people across the country are developing colon cancer with the most rapid rise happening in western states. A study from the American Cancer Society finds a steady increase each year in the number of people under fifty with the disease, gastrointestinal research chief, doctor, Anton, Bill check with John Wayne Cancer Institute, and Santa Monica says that he has seen more younger patients recently with colon cancer. Many, many patients don't smoke, not overweight. They excise and they're showing up propellant cancer, Bill says there could be some kind of factor here in the west that doctors and researchers don't know about the American Cancer Society lowered the age recently to start colon cancer. Screenings from fifty to forty five as onto the MoneyWatch KCBS with Gregg Jarrett, keys are big business, not, because your mom told you to your common reply.

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02:02 min | 1 year ago

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"The city. Short-distance north of highway, one one nobody was hurt in the explosion and fire which sent thick black smoke into the air about forty five firefighters took about an hour to put out that blaze, which destroyed the tank trailer and damaged a few other trucks, businesses in the in the immediate area where you vacuum it'd and workers at a nearby animal shelter. Wood told themselves to shelter in place. Most bay area residents are increasingly living in neighborhoods, where the family next door. Looks like their own has KCBS Megan gold's me reports UC Berkeley. Researchers found that overall. The bay area is more segregated than it was way back in nineteen seventy researchers at the Haas institute for a fair and inclusive society at UC Berkeley have created a new interactive map that lets you explore segregated in the bay area over the last several decades. Basically, all of the tracks are low, segregation in nineteen seventy. If you move the slider two thousand ten it's almost all high or moderate, Steven Mnuchin is director of the institute and co author on this report. He says the only two counties to be doing slightly better or Alameda in San Francisco, it's hard to come up with an answer as to why this is happening. He says, because shirt demographics can change but it's not about who lives here, but where they live, take Oakland. For example, it is one of the most diverse cities in the whole country. But. It's also a city that has clearly definable racial neighborhoods. So it's a very segregated city and that's segregation manifest in the schools and the problems this caused extend beyond education. He says it's like we will be able to solve the student achievement gap that will be able to work on parent mortality, infant mortality solve police brutality, or mass incarceration and injustice in the criminal Justice system. Because men Indian says racial segregation has always been at the root of racial inequality in gold, speak, KCBS, KCBS news time, six twelve. We'll check sports with Caroline burns, straight ahead and what a win for the Boston Bruins in the NBA finals. Drumming.

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04:32 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Robin young. I'm Jeremy Hobson it's here. And now. Coming up the final stretch before the midterms is President Trump's shifting his focus to just holding under control of the Senate. Also, one of the races will be looking at is the unusual competition for governor of Alaska where the incumbent suddenly dropped out. There isn't a lot of precedence for having an incumbent governor name on the ballot and then not campaigning and voters around the country will be casting their ballots on married of policy questions everything from gerrymandering to nursing staff levels. But is that such a good idea? Should there be some protections involved? And should there be some more criteria that prevent any sort of manipulating of the voters coming up here? And now. The news is I. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. Federal prosecutors are upping the number of charges filed against the alleged gunman behind Saturday's mass shooting at a synagogue in. Pittsburgh a grand jury has decided to indict the suspect on forty four counts up from twenty nine according to a filing in federal court in Pittsburgh eleven people were killed over the weekend. Today. The city is holding a second day of funerals a day after visiting Pittsburgh President Donald Trump hits back to the campaign trail ahead of next week's midterms NPR's Windsor. Johnston says Trump will be in Florida later today. Trump is scheduled to hold a leading campaign events in the days leading up to the midterms today. Ho rally supporters in heavily Republican Lee county, along Florida's Gulf Coast. There. He's expected to make a last minute push for Republican gubernatorial candidate Rhonda Santa's and US Senate candidate. Rick Scott, Trump will also make campaign stops this week in Montana. Indiana and Missouri NPR's Windsor Johnston reporting in Georgia. A federal court is reaffirming a previous order aimed at preventing Shum absentee ballots from being rejected Georgia public broadcasting. Stephen Fowler has the latest update on the ongoing legal wrangling leading up to next week's midterms last week. A judge said absentee mail in ballots with signatures that don't match what's on file shouldn't be rejected. Instead, the ballot becomes provisional and voters have until the Friday after election day to fix it. The secretary of state's office had asked for a stay while the court order is appealed. But now the federal judge has said no ruling that the public interest is served by having these ballots cast and counted there are currently several lawsuits challenging aspects of Georgia's election systems. Polls are showing a tight gubernatorial race with Georgia Democrats looking to elect the country's first ever black female governor for NPR news. I'm Stephen Fowler. And Atlanta Russia's space agency says a faulty sensor is why rocket failed during launch causing the two crew members aboard to make an emergency landing. NPR's? Lucian Kim reports from Moscow Russian officials hope the next piloted launch will take place in December after NASA. Retired the space shuttle in twenty eleven Russian Soyuz rockets have been the only way to get people to the international space station on October eleventh us rocket failed two minutes after liftoff forcing the American astronauts and Russian cosmonauts aboard to abort mission and dropped safely to earth from three. Thirty miles into the atmosphere. Sergei creek eleo for Russia's space agency told reporters an investigation determined a defective sensor at caused the accident. Curricula said the next piloted mission may take place on December third followed by the return of the crew currently at the international space station before Christmas Hussein Kim NPR news Moscow. The NASDAQ is up more than two and a half percent at seventy three forty two. The Dow's up one and a half percent. The p's up one point seven percent. This is NPR news from K Q news. I'm Tiffany can high politically the bay area is a blue bubble with progressive values. But when it comes to racial diversity, a new study found most of us continue to live and largely segregated neighborhoods k- Kiwi, dis Monica Somalia reports, researchers at UC Berkeley Haas institute are looking closely at residential segregation in the bay area. Overall, the bays diverse, but that diversity masks, plenty of racial isolation. Take oakland. It's one of the most diverse yet. Also, one of the most segregated cities and that plays out in lack of opportunity for many Oakland public school students, according to Haas, Steven Mnuchin, and we know from decades of social science research the children who had racially segregated schools,.

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09:59 min | 2 years ago

"haas institute" Discussed on KSRO

"Ninety, four five. K. SRO Nine thirty five ks SRO good morning I'm, Pat Kerrigan glad you're here too on the live line with us this morning is John Powell he is a professor of law African American and ethnic studies at UC Berkeley, he also leads the. UC Berkeley Haas institute for a fair and inclusive society, good morning John running Pat happy to have you here and back with. Us this morning and I'm I'm hoping you can help educate me on whether the Taytay between Amoroso and President Trump has merit when, it comes to a discussion about race Well I think you know in terms. Of there's a larger pitcher because obviously President Trump has made a number of statements publicly about. Mexican about Muslim that, we don't have to sort of refer to the last contest back and back, and forth, she, worked in the. White House. And she had. A chance to have. Access to Trump in a special. Way so I think there's. Something there but I think it goes back to years when Trump was managing. His father's real estate choosing to rent to blacks although that case was never. He never, admitted that they paid in federal so Trump has had a long history that we don't, have to look at the latest example and deeper question is will it matter because Trump is said and done things when he's on election circuit Oh man about other, people In terms of, the makeup of? His administration will it matter Well I, don't think so I mean. He's very few people of color especially blacks and his administration Ben Carson being probably the most prominent one and, said very much We saw the. Thing what happened in Charlottesville which we are now looking at the One. Year anniversary that even upset some of these more core supporters I don't think it's going to. Change who's in his cabinet and I don't think so changes policies and? What do you make about what happened in Charlottesville over the weekend what happened in front of the White House in DC when a couple of dozen white supremacists showed up and were outnumbered An incredible magnitude of protesters for that rally yesterday Still. Reeling over issues poop long opposed really an, American does that, characters calculation extend beyond white Christians. Which clearly does but some people's cut. The nation I think it was a good thing if we're gonna have, demonstrated for counter-demonstrators could actually step forward and. Say we actually have a different vision of America that's why haven't, we have enough contacts. About what America should be what America will be America was one business. In America's Marsh for white. With a dominant role Christians dominant role another good no America is actually a country where everyone who acts here to some core values belong regardless, to whether problem what gender is our. Sex warranty who's a very different visions of, America and unfortunately it from my perspective right, now much of the administration in the White House Sides with very narrow vision of who, can belong to, America and you know I remember. During the Obama administration it me along. With so many millions have fathers and and such great hope for this, country and its divisions and I remember feeling. Particularly sad when there were so many issues of race that came, up during his administration. Well that that divide has been multiplied by a thousand it seems at. Least vocally speaking in terms. Of of black and white relations in the United States where do we go from here professor well two things I mean it's even a misnomer, to just talk about political divide because. I I sometimes say we're still fighting the, civil war and not clear who will win So if you think about the. Civil war if you think about? The? Founding, of this. Country was, concept of equality but it wasn't extended to the majority. Of Americans, wasn't extended to women yeah it wasn't a tomato Americans who wasn't extended to slave And so civil war, in part when Lincoln talk about her better angels Newport the freedom he. Talked, about a new birth of freedom all that was corrected And some people are saying no, we, don't want, America but black women are part of America. Muslim part of America And, so it's really in some, ways, I would think those, who actually embrace Lincoln's vision are the real from my perspective Not the people are not paying based on for positive, vision of America America that really is your nine and You know Do you think about the declaration of independence was self? Evident truths all men should be all people are created equal for people reject that notion, who believe, one race one gender is superior to. The other to, some extent they don't and embrace the bones, of America and that hasn't always, been that but the Bama, talked about we've been moving toward a more perfect union. Right now we've had, a cop but it's not just a divide between the left and right. Or conservative we see a lot of people who call themselves conservatives basically embrace that thing vision of. America, inclusiveness yeah but pumping what fundamental the net and we don't get. It right Not only is American trouble that I think whole world is in. Trouble, because we're seeing expresses of this for the Torah -tarian strongman exclusive Belong happening in India happening happening in Australia So it's not just an American phenomenon to. Some extent the changing demographics change in economy the globalization is creating exhausting. Zaidi, all around the world who people are yeah But. That's not going away I mean we're not going to go back in that regard you, know what some people might call simpler days that's just not going to happen so we're gonna, have to figure out collectively away to not just live with that. Fact but but, embrace. It to, the point where you know there, is overall success in this country, and we got a long way, to go from here to there you're exactly exactly right I mean the two predominant responses to anxiety the a global anxiety and I I started writing, about this, frankly when Obama was running for president even, before he was elected because there was already undercurrent alongside particularly coming from conservative, white Christians with emphasis on male nothing Arkansas not. All white innings wasn't exclusive to them but being Zaidi in in England about what is. Going to be England yourself unconsciously being Kristen country and Muslims are moving. In What does it mean, to be Indian when one of, the largest Muslim populations in the, world is an India so you're right the diversity the complexity the migration of the world would just happened since people were people it's part of human, nature to, move their tubers about one is that the, people who look different talk a little different you look for worship political that, they're not us that there are threat to us Yeah somehow not fully humor and we saw that most. Extreme expression in Germany with Jews the other the other story that we're a mixture of each other that we grow and. We benefit will be recognized complementary nature to other they were not just one thing Families if. You look at America right now Multi racial multi ethnic families exploding no and the. Thing that actually makes America great, is diversity when we turned back on that not only do we hurt those, people that. We call other hurt America economically politically them so I think they have to tell a story. About a diversity where we are both Pied in different at the same time and the teachers are not my future, your future. So those are the two dominant story one stories one kid would retreat to the path When things were simple. When one group dominated it never was simple never was that clean. Or can we embrace the future where we all belong well. I'm gonna go with what you. Said earlier. Professor at this point in time is merely a hiccup in American history I'm gonna let. That sit with me for a while. Today thank, you for for being here appreciate it Thanks for having me that is John Powell professor of law. African American and ethnic, studies at UC Berkeley it's nine forty four at k. SRO have you checked. Out the heroes of October on the website you have the opportunity there to nominate your, own communities heroes from last October we wanna see those nominations because we want to acknowledge the people who. Haven't been acknowledged jet who have done.

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"haas institute" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"haas institute" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The weekend i'll get your all of your headlines we're talking komi we're talking mccabe we're talking a possible trap for president trump in the muller investigation who knows or has it all backfired on the republicans on the republican listen to me on the democrats we're also talking about immigration and small cities in california fighting against the big machine can they survive in their fight against the sanctuary city laws here's a shock poll for you fifty nine percent of california want increased deportation of illegals can you imagine that and that is not some conservative think tank this poll comes from the uc berkeley haas institute for a fair and inclusive society there left wing organization so interesting there and sadly donald trump lost an appeal the us appeals court says the trump administration cannot i repeat cannot block funds from sanctuary cities unbelievable that these activists judges can undermine the presidency and the safety of you and your family in your community regardless of where you are we're also talking about the sad story of the two police officers in florida gilchrist county outside of gainesville that were murdered assassinated while eating chinese food having their lunch and i asked the question is there a war on police in this country we we see anti please send sentiment growing these men were killed in the line of duty but there was no altercation with anyone they weren't giving a ticket it wasn't a domestic violence issue they weren't rating a drug den they weren't chasing down some perpetrators who robbed a store or a bank we're talking about two guys eating lunch and a guy saw them in the window fifty nine year old male and just shot them and then we see the boldness of not brave ness of ms thirteen a member there in long island directing members to quote take out a cop and as we talked with one call as we know it lends to your street credibility with these gangs if you're going to do that but the.

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"haas institute" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"haas institute" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"The weekend or get your all of your headlines we're talking komi we're talking mccabe we're talking a possible trap for president trump in the muller investigation who knows or has it all backfired on the republicans on the republican listen to me on the democrats we're also talking about immigration and small cities in california fighting against the big machine can they survive in their fight against the sanctuary city laws here's a shock poll for you fifty nine percent of californians want increased deportation of illegals can you imagine that and that is not some conservative think tank this poll comes from the uc berkeley haas institute for a fair and inclusive society they're left wing organization so interesting there and sadly donald trump lost an appeal the us appeals court says the trump administration cannot i repeat cannot block funds from sanctuary cities unbelievable that these activist judges can undermine the presidency and the safety of you and your family in your community regardless of where you are we're also talking about the sad story of the two police officers in florida gilchrist county outside of gainesville that were murdered assassinated while eating chinese food having their lunch and i asked the question is there a war on police in this country we we see anti police sentiment growing these men were killed in the line of duty but there was no altercation with anyone they weren't giving a ticket it wasn't a domestic violence issue they weren't rating a drug den they weren't chasing down some perpetrators who robbed a store or a bank we're talking about two guys eating lunch and a guy saw them in the window fifty nine year old male and just shot them and then we see the boldness of not brave ness of ms thirteen a member there in long island directing members to quote take out a cop and as we talked with one on the call as we know it lends to your street credibility with these gangs if you're going to do that but the heat that would be brought down upon them they know that it's bad for business so it.

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"haas institute" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"haas institute" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"The weekend i'll get your all of your headlines we're talking komi we're talking mccabe we're talking possible trap for president trump in the muller investigation who knows or has it all backfired on the republicans on the republicans listen to me on the democrats we're also talking about immigration and small cities in california fighting against the big machine can they survive in their fight against the sanctuary city laws here's a shock poll for you fifty nine percent of californians want increased deportation of illegals can you imagine that and that is not some conservative think tank this poll comes from the uc berkeley's haas institute for a fair and inclusive society there are left wing organization so interesting there and sadly donald trump lost an appeal the us appeals court says the trump administration cannot i repeat cannot block funds from sanctuary cities unbelievable that these activist judges can undermine the presidency and the safety of you and your family in your community regardless of where you are we're also talking about these sad story of the two police officers in florida gilchrist county outside of gainesville that were murdered assassinated while eating chinese food having their lunch and i asked the question is there a war on police in this country we we see anti police sentiment growing these men were killed in the line of duty but there was no altercation with anyone they weren't giving a ticket it wasn't a domestic violence issue they weren't rating a drug den they weren't chasing down some perpetrators who robbed a store or a bank we're talking about two guys eating lunch and a guy saw them in the window fifty nine year old male and just shot them and then we see the boldness of but not brave ness of ms thirteen a member there in long island directing members to quote take out a cop and as we talked with one on the call as we know it lends to your street credibility with these gangs if you're going to do that but the heat that would be brought down upon them they know that it's bad for business so it.

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"haas institute" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"haas institute" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The weekend or get your all of your headlines we're talking komi we're talking mccabe we're talking a possible a trap for president trump in the muller investigation who knows or has it all backfired on the republicans on the republican listen to me on the democrats we're also talking about immigration and small cities in california fighting against the big machine can they survive in their fight against the sanctuary city laws here's a shock poll for you v thirty nine percent of californians want increased deportation of illegals can you imagine that and that's not some conservative think tank this poll comes from the uc berkeley haas institute for a fair and inclusive society there left wing organization so interesting there and sadly donald trump lost an appeal the us appeals court says the trump administration cannot i repeat cannot block funds from sanctuary cities unbelievable that these activists judges can undermine the presidency and the safety of you and your family in your community regardless of where you are we're also talking about the sad story of the two police officers in florida gilchrist county outside of gainesville that were murdered sas innate while eating chinese food having their lunch and i asked the question is there a war on police in this country we we we see anti police sentiment growing these men were killed in the line of duty but there was no altercation with anyone they weren't giving ticket it wasn't a domestic violence issue they weren't rating a drug den they weren't chasing down some perpetrators who robbed a store or a bank we're talking about two guys eating lunch and a guy saw them in the window fifty nine year old male and just shot them and then we see the boldness of but not brave ness of ms thirteen a member there in long island directing members to quote take out a cop and as we talked with one on the call as we know it lends to your street credibility with these gangs if you're going to do that but the heat that would be brought down upon them they know that it's bad for business so it.

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"haas institute" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"haas institute" Discussed on WDRC

"The weekend or get your all of your headlines we're talking komi we're talking mccabe we're talking a possible a trap for president trump in the muller investigation who knows or has it all backfired on the republicans on the republicans listen to me on the democrats we're also talking about immigration and small cities in california fighting against the big machine can they survive in their fight against the sanctuary city laws here's a shock poll for you fifty nine percent of californians want increased deportation of illegals can you imagine that does not some conservative think tank this poll comes from the uc berkeley haas institute for fair and inclusive society they're left wing organization so interesting there and sadly donald trump lost an appeal the us appeals court says the trump administration cannot i repeat cannot block funds from sanctuary cities unbelievable that these activist judges can undermine the presidency and the safety of you and your family in your community regardless of where you are we're also talking about the sad story of the two police officers in florida gilchrist county outside of gainesville that were murdered assassinated while eating chinese food having their lunch and i asked the question is there a war on police in in this country we we see anti police sentiment growing these men were killed in the line of duty but there was no altercation with anyone they weren't giving a ticket it wasn't a domestic violence issue they weren't rating a drug den they weren't chasing down some perpetrators who robbed a store or a bank we're talking about two guys eating lunch and the guy saw them in the window fifty nine year old male and just shot them and then we see the boldness of but not brave ness of ms thirteen a member there in long island directly members to quote take out a cop and as we talked with one on the call as we know it lends to your street credibility with these gangs if you're going to do that but the heat that would be brought down upon them they know that it's bad for business so it.

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"haas institute" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"haas institute" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"He tweeted about what does developing in california we've talked about it here orange county california we had one of the state senators represents irvine and the environment there in orange county california as a guest a couple of weeks ago john warlock talking about the fact that no california is not all jerry brown country it's not all the bay area it's not all san francisco and it's certainly not all sacramento and there are a lot of americans who live in california who were pushing back on sacramento for their their policies their sanctuary state policies so we saw huntington beach we saw newport beach my old hometown we saw a irvine we saw orange county as a whole we saw san diego county now joining what a san diego county orange county having common there the closest to the mexican border if there's a whole lot of people crossing the border illegally and then integrating into the school systems and into the job market and into the social services it's happening in san diego and orange county more than anywhere else in that state and they're saying no we want to cooperate with the federal government we want immigration laws passed and now get this a new poll and this is not from some crazy right wing group it's the university of california berkeley the haas institute for a fair and inclusive society now if there's not a liberal sounding organization i've never heard one other the that doesn't sound like the institute for fair and inclusive society at university of california berkeley and their pulse shows that fifty percent fifty percent of californians support president trump's travel ban for a muslims that come from countries that are predominant not muslims people that come from countries that are predominantly muslim and have a history of terror i attacks against this country they also fifty percent are in favor of more deportations of illegal immigrants of californians so the president remarked on this today via twitter in his own inevitable inimitable way i shall read his tweet there is a revolution going on in california revolution inexplicably capitalized not sure why so many sanctuary areas there are four os and so so that's why i said it like that so many sanctuary areas want out of this ridiculous crime infested and.

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