35 Burst results for "Hannah Jones"

"hannah jones" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:55 min | 7 months ago

"hannah jones" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"How is it that so many of us there are there's large swaths of us are just so freaking dumb Here's what national review You know Nicole Hannah Jones she is the purveyor of the 1619 discredited ahistorical project claiming the United States existed to preserve slavery which is weird I thought we fought a Civil War over that But don't let facts get in the way of your history lesson on the left Nicole Hannah Jones is a goddess on the left they love her The 1619 Project has been debunked by every serious historian even The New York Times who are not serious but even they I think were like eh this is even too much for us because it's such historical garbage right It's not true Nicole Hannah Jones gets into a Twitter fight With a woman who escaped Mao's cultural revolution in China she gets into a Twitter fight lecturing the woman who escaped Mao's cultural revolution over American exceptionalism holy Moses a woman who they roll out the red carpet for on the left They love and adore liberals love and worship and adore this woman Despite the fact that her work has been entirely discredited because we live in a post fact society poachers poster society right She's lecturing a woman who actually lived through the Mao massacre Lecturing her on American exceptionalism And I'm thinking and folks if she shows up Nicole had a Jones At any event where pop culture people there the palm fronds come out they'll be waving her down rolling out the red carpet They'll be putting scented oils on her feet They'll be like rubbing her down and stuff It's sick The woman's project has been thoroughly eviscerated Destroyed discredited It doesn't matter

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Nikole Hannah-Jones Fights Survivor of Mao’s China on Oppression

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 7 months ago

Nikole Hannah-Jones Fights Survivor of Mao’s China on Oppression

"How is it that so many of us there are there's large swaths of us are just so freaking dumb Here's what national review You know Nicole Hannah Jones she is the purveyor of the 1619 discredited ahistorical project claiming the United States existed to preserve slavery which is weird I thought we fought a Civil War over that But don't let facts get in the way of your history lesson on the left Nicole Hannah Jones is a goddess on the left they love her The 1619 Project has been debunked by every serious historian even The New York Times who are not serious but even they I think were like eh this is even too much for us because it's such historical garbage right It's not true Nicole Hannah Jones gets into a Twitter fight With a woman who escaped Mao's cultural revolution in China she gets into a Twitter fight lecturing the woman who escaped Mao's cultural revolution over American exceptionalism holy Moses a woman who they roll out the red carpet for on the left They love and adore liberals love and worship and adore this woman Despite the fact that her work has been entirely discredited because we live in a post fact society poachers poster society right She's lecturing a woman who actually lived through the Mao massacre Lecturing her on American exceptionalism And I'm thinking and folks if she shows up Nicole had a Jones At any event where pop culture people there the palm fronds come out they'll be waving her down rolling out the red carpet They'll be putting scented oils on her feet They'll be like rubbing her down and stuff It's sick The woman's project has been thoroughly eviscerated Destroyed discredited It doesn't matter

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"hannah jones" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

02:21 min | 7 months ago

"hannah jones" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"And then there's a corrupt guy. He's dirtier than toxic dirt, Chewy Garcia. He's backed by a guy like Louis Gutierrez. But do you guys have anybody do you guys have anybody that can that's if they wanted to help Chicago? Well, there's a guiding Paul valles that's deleting candidate right now. And he's lucky. He came out with a message from Law & Order. So right now, I feel that Paul valis is going to be the number one candidate in the runoff. But if the second place comes in strong, I don't think Paul bell is to win in the runoff because the liberals in Chicago, they will vote against Paul valis because they'll tag Paul valles as the Trump conservative. And you will lose back in April. So that's how politics works in Chicago. And they're getting the vote out. And Tucker Carlson, officer Tatum, stuck his two cents into the Chicago election. And he gave a good word for a guidance in this place. So some of the conservatives that were both Paul valley. March, I gotta, I gotta run to the break. Thank

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"hannah jones" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

05:57 min | 7 months ago

"hannah jones" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"Library now features clarence Thomas book after daily signal inquiries for black history month. Says Virginia's largest public library revamps its black history month reading list this week to include three clarence Thomas books after the inquiry from the daily signal. The fairfax county public library was just hosted a text, payer funded event for the 1619 Project author Nicole Hannah Jones last weekend, originally didn't feature a single book about the Supreme Court Justice on this curated list of recommended black history books to read. This goes back to one of the things that I've made mention. About our own leaders don't want us to know about the people who matter. You know, it's very interesting that clarence Thomas is not regarded in a black community as much as someone of significance because he's a Republican. You're not stupid that he is. I read the story about I didn't read it like I read his book or anything, but I looked up a little information about clarence Thomas, and I'm like, how is this guy not at the top of the food chain? In the black community. In America clarence Thomas is a hero. To be honest, but it's like to other people that look like him. He's a scum of the earth. Just like Ben Carson, they take his name off of schools because he was associated with Donald Trump. You're not crazy. Do you know how crazy that is? You got a man who was the smartest man in the world. You know, maybe since he, you know, separated, you know, twins from the head, pediatric babies, you know, I say pediatric little babies from the head, which nobody has ever done before him. Maybe some people have learned from him and be able to replicate that, but as a pediatric neurosurgeon, he's one of the greatest men to ever live. One of the most intelligent, one of the most accomplished, and that dude is black, and he gets his name taken off of schools because he somehow was in the presidency or at least in the cabinet of Donald Trump. Crazy as I don't know what. Governor youngkin latest event undermines Nicole Hannah Jones attack. So let me read this real quick because I think that that clarence Thomas story was right in Virginia and this one is from Virginia too. Everybody know governor Glen youngkin won as a Republican. He was the underdog and he took over as governor and to me, I think he's an incredible he's not my style, but I think he's an incredible leader and he's doing well for Virginia according to the people that I talk to. Glen younger Republican on Tuesday joined fourth graders at fort Monroe outside of Newport News, Virginia hosting an event teaching about the history of the fort, where black slaves fled during the Civil War to become free men at what became known as Freeman's fortress. The youngest event came two days after Nicole Hannah Jones, author of The New York Times bestseller, the 1619 Project claimed that youngkin does not want children to learn that history. Let me just say something real quick, I don't know Hannah Jones,

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"hannah jones" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

04:46 min | 7 months ago

"hannah jones" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"I want to move on past the Scott comment, I want to move on to the concept of Donald Trump, desantis, and then I'm going to move on to what Ana Navarro said, the dead body, fake Republican, that's on the view. But I think Ron DeSantis is posturing up to run for president. I have mixed mixed feelings about it. Because I think that Donald Trump has gained a little momentum lately, all of the polls are showing that people like Donald Trump overran desantis. And not too long ago desantis would just dominate Trump and all the polls. I don't know how long it's going to last. I do not want the Republican Party to have such a vitriolic distraction in a separation of the party on a bickering and fighting going into the election because the brain dead Democrats are just going to install somebody anyway. However, I do feel that there's nothing wrong with competition. I do believe that people should push Donald Trump to either press him to become great, oppress him to reveal that he's not sufficient enough to run for president. I think that those two things should be what our focus is. I don't want to draw us to be getting into a knock down drag out crap show destroying our party. But I do think that it's okay to compete. It's okay to bounce off ideas. You know, I think we're on the same run Florida very well. I personally think he would be an incredible president, but then again, I don't know. You know, I know Donald Trump is a loose cannon and sometimes the loose cannon can be what's best against the deep state. And I don't know how I understand this with participate against the deep state. I don't know, will he be status quo where he stand up for what's right. All the signs and indications that he would. He's almost like Donald Trump without the baggage. I'm just throwing it. I'm just throwing it out there. And so we will see, either way ago, I think we, you know, let me just say this. I think any Republican running, all the way down a Nikki Haley and even if Rand Paul ran or Paul Ryan ran, even though I can't stand him, the weakest Republican in American history, him and at the Mitt Romney, demo beta male weak risk, I lead from the rear type dudes, even if they ran there'd be better than Joe Biden. However, we don't want that type of Republican anymore. That's just the way I feel. I don't want no politician to solve. You need to be a stand up man, standing up on Christian values. And I'll say this. I want to Christian president.

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"hannah jones" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"hannah jones" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"And now they go resign and they skate off in the dark like they never did it. Scam and scam and scan it. Hold a phone, I'll be back after the break. Churches need to stand up for the unborn and for freedom.

Taking Advantage of God's Opportunities

The Officer Tatum Show

02:36 min | 7 months ago

Taking Advantage of God's Opportunities

"I went to writer university, and this is why I'm saying that Scott Adams, people may have taken what he said wrong, but black people think the same way he think. About other black people. I want to write a university, the subject was white privilege is a myth. Now, mind you, we're at a university where people should be able to explore differences of opinion. And I show up there, it was supposed to only be 50 people at a turning point chapter. It ended up being 450 people. 400 of them were black people from the black student union. They were the most disrespectful people that I've ever experienced at any of these universities. And the ignorance of those young people were astonishing, one of the girls walked up, she came to the mic to do the Q&A. And she started coming at me with all these excuse by my mom was a crackhead and all this, and I said, sister. Are you on full scholarship? She goes, yeah, I'm on full scholarship. I got a food. I said, so your mama don't have to pay for it, right? Yeah, yeah, I know. I know 'cause I had a full scholarship. My parents had to pay for my scholars. I said, but this is God's opportunity for you to be a generational changer. Meaning that you don't have to live in a footsteps of your mother. You now have an opportunity to get a free education from a university. And you can go on and become what you want to be. The world is literally up for you to take advantage of. This is God giving you an olive branch. And I didn't say it is irritated as I say on now. I just spoke to her in a loving Conway like I would do my own sister. And they booed me, they boot me. All of these 400 of them, not all of them. I'm pretty sure some of them in the crowd probably didn't boot me, but it's just roaring booze. And I don't probably know Luna that ran for office in one. She was there with me. It was me and her on the stage. They booed me. I'll throw you a sellout Uncle Tom because I told another young black woman that you can be whatever you want to be in America. And that you don't have to be subjugated to your mother's mistakes, God is giving you an opportunity you have a full scholarship. It is your time.

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Thomas Sowell on Destructive Ideas

The Officer Tatum Show

01:40 min | 7 months ago

Thomas Sowell on Destructive Ideas

"When you look at the inner city communities and you look at that, I always say and Thomas solo wrote a book about this. It's called the black, I think it's called a black redneck white liberal. The black redneck and white liberal, the white liberal and black redneck. I think it's black redneck and white liberal. I think that's what the book title is. I have the book at the house and I started to read the first chapter of it. And I felt like I was the smartest man on the world in the world just off the first chapter. That's how smart Thomas soul is that you read 20 pages from his book and you feel like you know everything in the world. But he had made mention that the culture that you see that are in these inner city communities don't necessarily originate from black people. These were redneck a redneck type culture. Of degeneracy. And it actually started from Europe. And those people came here to America and in the south and black people began to adopt that idea of a white people moved on from that. The redneck had moved on had changed up. And black people still adopt some of these destructive ideas. And of course, you have black rednecks and white liberals. I knew I was pretty close. But, you know, I wish that we could be honest about these things. And people won't get mad at Scott Adams for saying what he said. And if you're just now joining, he pretty much said white people need to just move as far as away from black people as they can because it ain't no helping them. It is a dying cause. And as a black man, I agree to a certain degree.

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Black People and Racial Hypocrisy

The Officer Tatum Show

02:31 min | 7 months ago

Black People and Racial Hypocrisy

"Let me finish what I was saying about Scott Adams. You heard the clip if you missed it, go back and watch it later. Or you can look at them on YouTube channel 'cause I made a video about it on YouTube. You heard the panel of black people openly on the Internet, it didn't get censored. After the backlash they got, they took it down, but it didn't get censored. Of them berating white people. Saying that they're evil. Gentrification. I mean, all these negative things. You could only imagine if a bunch of white people got on there and said what a black people superior and you said thuggin gang banging, abortions, and you went down a list and said that as a white person. You know what kind of crazy backlash you would get? People would call you a genocidal racist. And they would banish you to hell. You wouldn't even be able to go to church no more. If you said that and you were white talking about black people. However, black people can openly. Support backing fundraising money. Make white people out to be the devil. And Scott Adams said, white folks, it ain't no use of you trying to help black people at this point. And I would agree and disagree at the same time with Scott Adams. I would agree with him because for the black folks that don't want your help, why are you wasting your time? And that's not just for white people. I think black people do the same thing. They don't want your help. They don't want to get an education. Some of them don't want to do better. They want a thug. They want to sit on the corner on a block selling rocks. They want to. They hate white people. And they want And for those individuals, stop wasting your time. I disagree with him because I feel like that what he said sounds like a generalization, meaning that you don't want to help no black people. But I agree with the fact of saying the ones that don't want to do nothing with themselves. They don't want to do it until I quit wasting your time trying to help these people. And he had a point, even though I think it came across a little weird, he had a point that in these predominantly black communities, there is so much chaos and drama.

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Speaking the Truth

The Officer Tatum Show

01:41 min | 7 months ago

Speaking the Truth

"Now, listen to what Charleston white said, a brother from the hood, came from probably a similar area that I grew up in. Wrote a clip. They didn't go by my house and the wife of neighborhood. Who want to live a bunch of marches? And you got this kind of money. Please. Who want to live on a bunch of with this kind of money? By trying to get to the wife of neighborhood, we are only a yard and get mad at Snoop Dogg. He lives around white folk. Y'all ain't mad by Jay-Z and Beyoncé say he got some money with all round white vote. So they just being hypocritical. But we all want to get us some money and go live around white folk. At least I know I do. I want to live more. White folk can go outside and see the white women walking them down with them pools in the backyard and I ain't got to worry about them. Causing no problem shooting up. We want the kid, the kid to have a better life with all black people, but we want. If that's just being real. Now, is that the opinion of every black person I don't believe that it is. However, it's the truth and a lot of people reject what Charleston white said. And I think that he probably is the most, he's saying some crazy stuff ever again now and again just like anybody else, but he probably one of those realest dudes that I've ever heard because he will come out and he would call it like it is. And everybody else want to play fake and they want to get mad at you if you're black and you're exposing things that go on in the city to white folks. They get mad at you. You will sell out bro you selling out your own people. It's like, nah, bro is it true or is it not true? I'm not on the radio, the talk about stuff for white people. I'm on the radio to tell the truth. I don't care who listening to me.

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Dilbert Syndicator Terminates Comic Strip

The Officer Tatum Show

02:14 min | 7 months ago

Dilbert Syndicator Terminates Comic Strip

"The hypocrisy of racism in America is mind-blowing to me. We live in a world of complete hypocrisy. The Dilbert creator, which is the cartoonist, Scott Adams. I discover Scott Adams because he must have did some kind of drawing and then Kanye tweeted him out and I started watching him and he seemed like a guy that have a level of intelligence that I'm interested in. However, I don't know if this is a podcast or not, I just saw the clip somewhere, somebody posted. And Scott Adams said, probably one of the most controversial statements that I've heard from a white person probably since slavery. Maybe not that bad. But I think what he said was incredibly controversial. But the question that I have for everybody's watching for everybody that is watching and listening was inaccurate about the things that he said, or is it just people don't want to hear it? Was he telling the truth? Or is it just that people don't want to hear it? The reason he's getting his backlash. Now I'm going to play the clip of what he said about white people staying away from black people. And then I'm a methodically go through and give a perspective. I want you to listen very carefully as to what he said, then I'm going to play a series of clips that should either confirm or expose or confirm that you're not a hypocrite or expose that you are a hypocrite when you listen to it. Now, I know about y'all perfect. I'm really saying this for somebody else that may slip and fall and stumble across the show. If you believe that what Scott Adams said is wrong and then the subsequent clips that I play, you think that that is fine that is okay, then we have a problem. If you think everybody wrong with everybody right, then I think maybe we may agree to disagree, but at least you are consistent.

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"hannah jones" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:16 min | 7 months ago

"hannah jones" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Earlier this month, 60 19 was referenced in former governor Nikki Haley's bid for the Republican nomination. They say the promise of freedom is just made up. Some think our ideas are not just wrong, but racist and evil. What is your response to Nikki Haley's video calling out your name? Do you think that's fair America? Why don't they have Nikki Haley sitting right there? Rather than play an audio, what is your response to her? What is that? We've tried to get this Hannah Jones on the show, so I can do that. It's fair game because you won't come on. But why Walt Nicole Hannah Jones debate me, debate Nikki Haley, debate governor descent debate any of us. Because she has NBC News. Go ahead. And making those claims. One, I don't think anyone can read the project and argue that the project thinks America is evil. Nikki Haley, you out of your mind. Yes, you are. Because many people have read it, including me. And it's abundantly clear that you believe America's evil. And that America is your legitimate. The hell are you talking about? Go ahead. Really erases and invisible eyes, how the black freedom struggle allowed her to be in a position to run for president. What are these new words invisible lies as mister producer? Is that a word? Invisible Liza. Oh. Yes. How the black freedom struggle allowed her to be in a position to run for president. Why don't you tell us about the 1619 Project and stop trashing people who disagree with you? And NBC News, I bet you and if I don't pronounce her name correctly, it's a mistake and I can't help but he is. Did you read it? Did you read it? Because what kind of question is that? She's not done cut 8, go. The documentary series premiered just as Florida's controversial ban of advanced placement African American

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"hannah jones" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:34 min | 8 months ago

"hannah jones" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I didn't forget Nicole had a Jones The lead article 1619 project He's prominent throughout television New York Times has promoted her Maggot haberman's newspaper In my view she is an anti white racist When she was a sophomore in college in a lighter dirty college newspaper as professor uzo notes she wrote the white race is the biggest murder rapist pillagers and thief of the modern world And not only were the white people in America's past quote barbaric Devils but the descendants of these savage people continue to harm the black community to this day non white peoples by contrast were uniformly portrayed as both virtuous and victimized Now if that's not racism I don't know what is She would be highly qualified to be a host on MSNBC And Some of you might find that irrelevant I do not But as professor yu zell points out what we find in her Pulitzer Prize winning contribution to the 1619 Project is more moderate in tone More sophisticated and composition But otherwise it's the same racialized dualism She espoused in college

Nikole Hannah-Jones Is an Anti-White Racist

Mark Levin

01:34 min | 8 months ago

Nikole Hannah-Jones Is an Anti-White Racist

"I didn't forget Nicole had a Jones The lead article 1619 project He's prominent throughout television New York Times has promoted her Maggot haberman's newspaper In my view she is an anti white racist When she was a sophomore in college in a lighter dirty college newspaper as professor uzo notes she wrote the white race is the biggest murder rapist pillagers and thief of the modern world And not only were the white people in America's past quote barbaric Devils but the descendants of these savage people continue to harm the black community to this day non white peoples by contrast were uniformly portrayed as both virtuous and victimized Now if that's not racism I don't know what is She would be highly qualified to be a host on MSNBC And Some of you might find that irrelevant I do not But as professor yu zell points out what we find in her Pulitzer Prize winning contribution to the 1619 Project is more moderate in tone More sophisticated and composition But otherwise it's the same racialized dualism She espoused in college

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Why Isn't It an 'Emergency' When Trains Derail in Rural Ohio?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 8 months ago

Why Isn't It an 'Emergency' When Trains Derail in Rural Ohio?

"What's interesting for a government that tends to make everything an emergency, COVID is an emergency. Ukraine is emergency. They can't seem to scramble into a posture of urgency when working class white people start to breathe carcinogens and potentially deadly toxins. That they won't be bothered with. They love at emergencies for emergency use authorization for mRNA, let me make sure I'm precise in my language here. If we are understanding this Ohio situation correctly, this train derailment and the toxins that are being put into the air is likely more dangerous than the Chinese coronavirus to the citizens of eastern Ohio. What you're seeing though is what those of us that have been very focused on the culture war. I put that in quotes because the media loves to attack us and pastors love to attack me for saying Charlie you're wasting your time on the culture war. Wasting your time. You see, when I say that we need to win the culture war, or that there are dangerous and poisonous and toxic, no pun intended ideas that are spreading this example is a tragically perfect one. Let me give you two reasons why. When you start to build an entire cultural narrative about hating white people and you make it normal and acceptable to hate white people and whiteness in general, which was platformed by Coca-Cola to major universities to professors, to Nicole Hannah Jones, then don't be surprised when those ideas all of a sudden manifest in the inaction of your government.

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What's the Deal With Nikole Hannah Jones's New 1619 Project Show?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 8 months ago

What's the Deal With Nikole Hannah Jones's New 1619 Project Show?

"Charlie, do you see the recent comments from Nicole Hannah Jones? I would love your take on them. Thanks so much and I love the show. Okay, well thank you for the kind words and for subscribing. All right, let's go to I'm gonna play both of them. Let's play cut ten Nicole Hannah Jones, the history of black Americans is so inconvenient to the narrative of America that there are you know powerful interests that haven't ever wanted us to grapple truthfully that is why desantis has to ban AP African American studies in Florida play cut ten. The history of black Americans is so inconvenient to the narrative of America that there are powerful interests that haven't ever wanted us to grapple with truthfully. That's why we have governor desantis, banning AP African American studies. If you acknowledge that, then you have to acknowledge that we were founded on these great ideals, but we have not lived up to them. That's actually a little bit of a seat change. I have to say that their pressure campaign on miss Jones, I think is working. Did you hear her there? That's a different she's changed her vocabulary. She said we were founded on these great ideals. She never used to say our foundational ideas were great. So that's new. Let's continue, play cut 11. It's Nicole Hannah Jones trying to water down her message this one is definitely not watered down. Play cut 11. As you look at America, are people adjusting to thinking about being challenged by these ideas and are we moving in a positive direction or do you see something that's frozen? What I would argue is that the arc of the universe doesn't bend one way or another. We bend it. As Americans is which country do we want to be? Do we want to be the country that begins in 1619 with the practice of slavery? Or do we want to be the country that was conceived in 1776 with the ideas of liberty and equality? I think that is that's unknown. I think we always are seeing the tension in the fight between these two halves. So I have several takes on this. And I mean, who are you to decide? We were going to decide when our history begins is just so incredibly self righteous and arrogant. I'm going to decide our history of history is. History is not for your editing.

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Nikole Hannah-Jones: There's Black History & American History

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 9 months ago

Nikole Hannah-Jones: There's Black History & American History

"Nicole Hannah Jones was on Good Morning America today and it amazing to me how they mainstream these American hating Marxist radicals It's just amazing to me And of course the 1619 Project she's not a historian Which she really founded in The New York Times helped promote and which isn't about a third of our school districts And here she is and she's on with Roberts And let's listen in on this because I'm going to respond to it Cut 19 go And although the show is told through the lens of black Americans Jones says this is something for all Americans to watch and is not told through the lens of black Americans It is told through the lens of marxists Go ahead This is the American story We've tried to segregate these histories There's black history and then there's American history But you can't understand America if you don't understand the role of black Americans roll of slavery the role of racism Premiering at a time when heated debates about how history is taught in our children's schools are erupting across the nation Just last week the Florida board of education made headlines after it rejected the addition of an advanced placement African American studies course Now look how dishonest Robert is in dishonest Good Morning America is It's a disgrace

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Nikole Hannah-Jones Goes Off on Tipping as a 'Legacy of Slavery'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Nikole Hannah-Jones Goes Off on Tipping as a 'Legacy of Slavery'

"I just saw something today on social media and I retweeted it. Nicole Hannah Jones and she goes tipping, dipping is a practice that goes back to slavery. And then she goes on to say, you know, have you ever wondered why tipping is only in America and nowhere else around the world that's because it goes back to the slave plantation. This is basically Nicole had a joke so I'm thinking this is one of the stupidest statements I've ever read. First of all, tipping is universal. I grew up in India, people tip in restaurants all the time. I've been all over Europe, tipping is very common in Europe. So first of all, the idea that tipping is only American is nonsense. Number two? What is Nicole Hannah Jones implying that slavery is a form of forced and unpaid labor? Is she saying that on the plantations it was normal practice for masters to tip their slaves? You know, hey Frank, great job. Excellent service in the field today. Here's 50 cents for your efforts. What? I think historians worldwide are waiting with bated breath for Nicola Hannah Jones to explain and she's not going to explain because that these are people who essentially say stupid things and expect never to be called on

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The US Senate Has Finally Done Something Meaningful!

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | 1 year ago

The US Senate Has Finally Done Something Meaningful!

"Meaningful. The U.S. Senate has finally done something I approve. This shouldn't have taken so long, but it's finally done. The United States Senate has passed the sunshine protection act by unanimous consent to make daylight savings times permanent. I'm not a fan of daylight savings time. Falling back, springing forward should just remain the same time throughout the entire year. In fact, we should spring forward even more. So that the fall, it's the opposite. I never understood that in the most depressing time of weather, we also made it darker intentionally. Who thought of this thing? Makes zero sense. Now, I know you're gonna say it's Benjamin Franklin. And all this, no way, he was too smart for this. I think it's a Nicole Hannah Jones conspiracy against Benjamin Franklin. There's no way. A 2015 study published in sleep medicine, researchers compared the rate of strokes during the week after daylight saving to the week two weeks after the tweaks before. They found the rate of 8% higher the first two weeks after the shift, and people with cancer were 25% more likely to have a stroke later than the other times of the year. People over 65 were 20% more likely. A 2019 report found a higher risk of heart attack after both time changes, but particularly during daylight savings times. Interruptions to circadian rhythm can also impair focus and judgment. A 2020 study found fatal traffic accidents increased by 6% in the United States during daylight savings time. This shouldn't have been taken so long, but it did, and the U.S. Senate has finally done something useful.

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Nikole Hannah-Jones: Parents Shouldn’t Decide What’s Being Taught in Schools

Mark Levin

01:24 min | 1 year ago

Nikole Hannah-Jones: Parents Shouldn’t Decide What’s Being Taught in Schools

"So Nicole Hannah Jones is on meat that the press on December 26th the day after Christmas On a Sunday What does she have to say To schmuck Todd Cut 17 go hat tip right part I don't really understand this idea that parents should decide what's being taught I'm not a professional educator I don't have a degree in social studies or science We send our children to school because we want them to be taught by people who have expertise and what we're talking about What should be taught The parents aren't saying I should sit there and teach them calculus Or advance physics The parents are saying I expect you to teach them math and have a proficiency in math I expect you to teach them English and have a proficiency in English maybe a second language I expect you to teach them literature and have some proficiency in literature I expect you to teach them real history and have some proficiency in history and so forth So you set a foundation perhaps they want to go to college perhaps they want to get a job out of high school whatever it is Don't fill their minds with crap with your radical Marxist racist segregationist

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Nikole Hannah-Jones Says Americans Have 'An Obsession With Guns'

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 2 years ago

Nikole Hannah-Jones Says Americans Have 'An Obsession With Guns'

"The call Hannah Jones included Listen to this cut 11 go We have an article that talks about the Second Amendment That's by doctor Carol Anderson in out of Emory And really argue that our obsession with guns we are What is an obsession with guns me What does that mean These phrases that the marxists use we have an obsession with guns You know as an exception with guns the communist Chinese government The Cuban communist government the communist vet Venezuelan government the police states have obsession with guns They have the obsession with taking them from you So they can overpower you with their own guns Now the call Hannah Jones is a moron The police are systemically racist Because they're there to keep in place this white dominant society which we know is unjust in every respect Meanwhile you are obsessed with guns so you need to be disarmed And it all goes back to slavery You're going to what Oh yes indeed That's how much she knows about the Bill of Rights in the constitution All goes back to slavery Did you read the Second Amendment Nicole Hannah Jones does it say only white people and slave owners have a right to gun Is that what it says Cut 11 go We have more guns than almost any society in the world Who cares What does that have to do with anything What does that have to do with anything Why does it matter Are we supposed to compare ourselves to France

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Nikole Hannah-Jones Says U.S. Dropped Bombs on Japan for Financial Reasons

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 2 years ago

Nikole Hannah-Jones Says U.S. Dropped Bombs on Japan for Financial Reasons

"Nicole Hannah Jones tweets over at the federalist they picked it up Sean Fleetwood New York magazine writer and founder of the 1619 Project the call Hannah Jones took to Twitter this week to offer historically illiterate take on why the United States bond Hiroshima during World War II In a course she was promoted by The New York Times or 1619 project cronut but a New York Times Historical scholars from every walk of life came out and said she doesn't know what the hell she's talking about but it doesn't matter You see And now deleted November 6th tweet Jones attempted to argue that the only reason the United States dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city was due to financial reasons All you World War II vets listen to this She said they dropped the bomb They I guess meaning her country America When they knew surrender was coming because they'd spent all this money developing it and to prove it was worth it She wrote propaganda's not history my friend Now that is unbelievable She is a complete idiot She is a complete idiot Their first bomb was dropped and then the second bomb was dropped because Japan refused to accept unconditional surrender And that's what Harry Truman insisted on She is a historical illiterate but she can push her Pablo her hate for this country and there's not a single corrupt media platform that wouldn't love to

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The Pentagon Has No Idea How Many U.S. Citizens Are in Afghanistan

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 2 years ago

The Pentagon Has No Idea How Many U.S. Citizens Are in Afghanistan

"So how many americans are still in afghanistan. wouldn't it be the role of government to find out. Will maybe if our government was spying on american citizens citizens domestically so much. We would have a better idea of the headcount in afghanistan another. They're too busy worrying about whether or not you reject kovic vaccine mandates. According to the department of homeland security cut ninety the pentagon has no idea. How does a multi trillion dollar government. Have even just a ballpark figure of how many of their own citizens are in a country that they're curly currently occupying and waging war. And how is that even possible. Cut ninety those numbers. The seven thousand saying this is this is afghan. Do not have a. I do not have breakdown. I i suspect that overtime as our manifesting process gets more refined we may be able to be there. But i. We don't have that specific breakdown. Khomeini americans american citizens remain in in. I don't know he does not know so who gets preference in priority will if you were to implement the doctrine of the woke the principals and the tenants of the activists like million austin who run our military will then americans do not get first preference to leave the country because americans are evil. You see if you implement nicole. Hannah jones belief that america was founded on slavery. And we've always been slayed. We've always been engaging in a form of slavery as henry. Rogers who renamed himself as max candy would say or tani see coats would say then. Why would you ever prioritize. Americans in a time of need you see when chaos breaks out you need to know your rulers priorities.

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Critical Race Theory Is the Death of Common Ground

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Critical Race Theory Is the Death of Common Ground

"This idea of objectivity is one of the agreed upon attributes of western society. We have now seen this this theme of my truth james. You don't know what it's like to be a black lesbian woman. Therefore i must have a lot of power and you must sit down and shut up talk about the death of objectivity and how this all ties together. So it's beyond even the death of objectivity but we'll talk about that. It's the death of having things in common. It's the death of being able to find common ground or common sensibility with which we can communicate with one another. The point of an objective view of the world is you may not agree with me about some facts about the world but we agree about how we're going to go investigate it. We agree that there are methods that work better than others. Okay and so with math. Math is objective. It is absolutely it's literally logically true it is. There's no question about whether or not it's true. There's nothing to argue about. It is objectively the case. For example the two plus two equals four. That is the case. I know this is a controversial statement. In fact i made it a controversial last year. I by trolling nicole. Hannah jones of new york times into making fun of me for saying to four and then it blew up and then you had the t h chen school public health at harvard. Tweeting to five in the middle of a pandemic. We're half the country's afraid they're over counting. How about that. So the goal is to break down our ability to talk to one another and understand one another in the reason is because if we can't understand one another and a common language we can be controlled by the people who get to set this objective standards the new subjective standard that new sensibility. That's replacing a common. Sensibility is called intersection. -ality which means in short we can talk about what it means in the theory blah blah blah but insured. It means you have to think about who you are and how systemic power dynamics influence whether what you said matters are not always in everything. It's think about who you are and be divided against one another

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Nikole Hannah-Jones Says Cuba ‘Most Equal’ Western Country

Mark Levin

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Nikole Hannah-Jones Says Cuba ‘Most Equal’ Western Country

"Go ahead. Spot in places that are truly at least biracial countries. Cuba actually has a lease inequality. And that's largely due the socialism with temperature. No one wants to hear. What Most of the Caribbean. It's hard to count because the white population a lot of those countries, very, very small, the country's run by black folks, But in places that are truly at least biracial countries, Cuba actually has it. Is the least inequality. That's largely due to socialism, which I'm sure nobody wants to hear. What she means is Marxism. Because that's what she believes in, which is the whole point of my saying American Marxism. She is pushing American Marxism, dressing it up as a whole racial issue, and she's not alone. Books lesson plans. Propaganda on and on and on. And she sure nobody wants to hear O. I'd love to hear about it. I'd love to hear least inequality because these people are not really pushing for racial justice. Quote unquote. They're pushing Marxism.

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"hannah jones" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"hannah jones" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Corporations can't violate the first amendment right. That's just an issue for the government right. The argument that trump is making. Is that these. Private corporations aren't really so private that they're actually part of what i would call the blob that they work in tandem with the government with the liberal establishment and that they act on the government's bidding explicitly or implicitly when the government when the democrats are threatening to impose penalties on big tech if they don't rain ends on the speech of conservatives including the duly elected sitting president. Big tech might then act on january seventh or january. Eighth twenty twenty one. Eugene volokh very serious lawyer very good commentator on these legal issues. He thinks that this argument might have a chance. But it's a big. If if they can prove that the government is an is in any way really pressuring the companies to do this sort of thing fair enough. I do think however that the issue here is much bigger than just this lee. Very narrow legal issue of did the government pressure the corporations to to take away trump's platform i think the issue is who control speech who control speech even if the government didn't pressure these private corporations if the private corporations controlled ninety percent of the flow of information around the internet which is the public square. Which then will decide how we govern ourselves speeches politics and republic if they are doing that that alone is reason to use our political power to break them up. I asked bill bar about this. When i got to meet him back when he was attorney. General i said what should we do on big tech. He said there were three ways to attack. Big tech section to thirty of the communications decency. Act which we've talked about quite a lot fraud. They amassed they're they're critical. Mass through fraud. By telling you you could. You could get information from people you follow when actually often you can and antitrust that we just need to update our antitrust laws that these companies are operating in a monopolistic way i said which one should pursue and he said all of the above. Yes it just do it. Just do it that. That's a huge threat. So what donald trump is doing here. And he's doing it in a somewhat narrow. I think we need to do it in an even more assertive way is re asserting our political rights reasserting in authentically political sphere in this progressive world. That has taken politics away from the people were doctor. Fauci says get over it. Get over your politics. Trump says. I'm not going to get over not going to get over it on this. Your your public health measures. I'm not going to get over it on your free speech measures. I'm not going to get over it on anything. I am going to keep my political rights and my political power. It's un-american for you to take that away from me speaking of un-american by the way i have to touch on the story you remember a few weeks ago. There was a big hubbub because the university of north carolina had not offered tenure to nicole. Hannah jones nicole. Hannah jones is the fabulous behind the sixteen nineteen project at the new york times. She was completely unqualified to hold a tenured professorship at that school she doesn't have a phd first of all. It's very strange tenure professors without phd's. She's won a lot of fancy awards from the liberal establishment like the pulitzer prize for for essays and nsa. That had its central thesis as a lie. The lie that the american revolution was fought to defend slavery. No serious historian. Defense that assertion. She won the macarthur genius. Grant also undeservedly but she simply was not was not qualified to be this professor then. There was political backlash then. Unc offered her the tenured professorship which is really pathetic and reflects poorly on the school but then the best outcome happened nicole. Hannah jones turned it down and she took a professorship at howard university she's also qualified to teach there but neither here nor there. But i love it. I love this week. Simpering pathetic. unc. Which used to be considered a pretty good school. They stood up for something then. They couldn't withstand the public pressure from the liberal establishment. Then they caved and they got. They got a lot of egg in their face. According to a rasmussen report out today seventy percent of voters believed that it is at least somewhat important for schools to teach the traditional values of western civilization. fifty two percent believe it is very important to the majority. Think it's very important. Only fourteen percent of voters do not think that teaching traditional western values is important and only four percents. Say it's not important at all. So that what people want to their kids to be taught in schools is the west. Is they wanna be taught classical education now. Unfortunately with the left has been defending for a long time is the antithesis of western education namely the l. app rebel sets itself up explicitly on. Its about page as opposing for instance. The western prescribed nuclear family. The the blm sets itself out on. Its about page that has since deleted as a very radical organization the the founders of describe themselves as trained marxists so democrats had had defended that for a long time. Now they seem to be running away from the extremes. Chris cuomo is now doing a total about face saying he. He never supported l. violence. What goes good. Is it to have a mouth that says blue lives matter. If you're gonna have hands and feet that do this around one hundred. Forty officers assaulted some very badly. This is the truth period. It is no less truth because black lives matter. Supporters committed acts of violence. To even if you wanna believe that the media was okay with what they did which sure as hell isn't true on this show but even if you want to say they were it doesn't change this and be clear. What happened on january. Sixth has no equal in terms of what and who was targeted. And how and you know it. Sure as hell didn't happen on this. No-one defended black. Lives matter on this show and all the violence that they engaged with right right. Roll the tape now too. Many see the protests as the problem. No the problem is what forced your fellow citizens to take to the streets persistent and poisonous inequities and injustice and. Please show me where it says. That protests are supposed to be polite and peaceful. Please show is chris. Cuomo himself was defending violent riots. Now he's realizing gosh. That doesn't that's not playing very well and i want to accuse the right of being violent so yeah okay. We're going to pull that back. They're realizing that the extremes are are very tough year. they're realizing that people are asserting their political rights again. Continue to assert those political rights. That's a good thing these these egg heads. These technocrats these liberal establishmentarian. Don't want you to do it. Which would make us readier all the more by the way ben. Today it's going to be talking about a very important political issue. Your yoga pants so make sure you go check out. Ben's show today also really appreciate all of you who made speechless the number one bestselling book in the country heading into the fourth of july weekend. This according to publishers weekly's list of bestsellers a publishers. Weekly list directly tied to book sales around the country brick and mortar online. No bulk sales none of that. Sort of stuff We sold an unprecedented amount of books. Since then and i think a lot of this is because the new york times snubbed us. The new york times new york times has done this to conservatives before but it's never been this blatant. It's never been this egregious just by the numbers Speechless should have been number one on the new york times bestseller lists but the new york times admitted some years ago in a court case that the bestseller list is not actually a bestseller list. The bestseller list for the new york times is an editorial product. And if they don't like a book they won't permit it on there so occasionally. They'll they'll allow a book by conservative author on right now they have bill o'reilly's book on but you'll notice bill rallies book. It's not a political book. It's just kind of a history book about the mob. So they'll let that on. They tend not to permit books onto the list. That actually threaten what they're trying to do that. Actually threaten the narrative. So i'm really honored that They they snubbed. It and i think it. It is a good blurb for the book we actually put it on the cover. It says number one national bestseller snub by the new york times so i really appreciate all of you. Who went out there and got it. We haven't gotten already go do it. We'll be right back with the mail bag..

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"hannah jones" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"hannah jones" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"This is democracy. Now the president of haiti juvenile moez has been assassinated in an armed attack in his home. Haiti's first lady was also injured for months. Patients have been protesting the us back president for refusing to leave office when his term ended in february. We'll get the latest then. Pulitzer prize winning new york. Times journalist. Nicole hannah jones has rejected a tenure offer at the university of north carolina chapel hill her alma mater to join the faculty of howard university after prominent right wing donor at. Unc opposed giving her. Tenure has been reported is that there was a great deal of political interference by conservatives. Who don't like the work that i've done particularly sixteen thousand nine hundred and also by the powerful donor who gave the largest donation in the seventy year history of the journalism school. All that and more coming up. Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report. I'm amy goodman. Haitian president giovanelli movies was assassinated at his home early this morning. First lady martine moe's was also injured and has been hospitalized. President movies had been in office since two thousand seventeen but face large scale protests from two thousand eighteen denouncing government corruption and demanding his resignation rights groups. Say he's responsible for the brutal. Crackdown on protesters and other government critics earlier this year. His opponents accused moi's of orchestrating a coup to stay in power beyond february seventh when his term officially ended but movies clung power with support from the biden administration. Popular demonstrations against moe's had recently escalated will have more on this breaking story after headlines here in new york city. The associated press called the democratic primary race to become the city's next mayor for brooklyn borough president former police captain. Eric atoms the latest tally. Which accounts for most absentee ballots saw adams edge out former sanitation commissioner catherine garcia by one percentage point or just eight thousand four hundred twenty six votes adams who would be the city second. Black mayor ran to the right of his party. Promising to tackle crime. He's also known for supporting charter schools. And the real estate industry meanwhile updated tallies in the new york city council races show women are on track to represent a majority for the first time ever pulitzer prize winning journalist nicole. Hannah jones has rejected a tenure offer at the university of north carolina at chapel hill. And will instead join the faculty of howard university as the inaugural night chair in race and journalism. Hannah jones whose best known for her work on the new york sixteen nineteen project which originally denied tenure by unc. On tuesday she spoke to cbs. News is gayle king. What has been reported is that there was a great deal of political interference by conservatives. Who don't like the work that i've done particularly sixteen nineteen project and also by the powerful donor who gave the largest donation in the seventy year history of the journalism school. So it's pretty clear that my tenure was not taken because of political opposition because of discriminatory views against my viewpoint. And i believe my race. My nicole hannah jones will be joined at howard. A prominent historically black university by the acclaimed author and journalist tana hussy coats will have more on this story later in the broadcast in immigration news. The biden administration's extended temporary protected status or tps two yemeni nationals already in the us citing the ongoing conflict and humanitarian crisis in their home country. Where the un estimates some twenty million people many of them children now rely on aid and tps will be extended for roughly seventeen hundred yemenis through early march twenty three. The current term was set to expire in september. The pentagon announced. It's canceling contentious ten billion dollar contract for a cloud computing system as joint enterprise defense infrastructure or jedi. The contract was granted to microsoft in two thousand. Nine thousand. Nine hundred and amazon sued saying the decision was influenced by then president. Trump's animist towards jeff bezos. Who stepped down earlier this week as amazon. Ceo after tuesday's announcement amazon stock soared amid speculation. That company would receive some or all of a new pentagon contract bloomberg reports bezos personal wealth increased by eight point. Four billion dollars in one day top. Us officials hosted the brother of saudi crown. Prince mohammad bin salman tuesday. The biden administration had not publicly announced the visit by deputy defense minister prince. Khalid bin salman amidst ongoing pressure to reevaluate the relationship between the us and saudi arabia. An intelligence report released in february found that mohammed bin salman directly approved the assassination of washington post columnist. Jamal khashoggi she in two thousand eighteen white house. Press secretary jen psaki told reporters tuesday the. Us was reaffirming. Its commitment to the nation's long standing partnership and saudi defense united nations is warning over three quarters of households in lebanon. Do not have enough food or money to buy food. As the social political and economic crises continued to spiral there. The devastating recession and inflation has led the currency to plunge by ninety percent forcing over half the population into poverty and facing major food and fuel shortages. The world bank's calling the situation in lebanon one of the worst economic depressions of modern history. The european union threatened sanctions last month. The country's leaders could not quickly form a new government and enact reforms caretaker. Prime minister hassan. Diab who resigned from his premiership following the tragic explosion at the port of beirut last august issued another dire warning this week mamata was calling the united nations all international agencies international community and worldwide dependent helps these people from dying and prevent the demise of lebanon living on his a few days away from the social explosion. Starkly slow in israel. The recently formed government too far right prime minister enough taliban it failed to extend an partake law that denies citizenship and even residency two palestinians from the occupied territories who are married to his rallies. The racists law had been extended every year since it was enacted in two thousand and three. The law failed to pass after former leader. Benjamin netanyahu's party and his allies food against it to undermine the ruling coalition which ousted him last month in iran. The outgoing government is hosting talks between the taliban negotiators and afghan government officials as the us closes in on completing its withdrawal from afghanistan and it's taliban forces continue to make major territorial advances. Tens of thousands of families have fled their homes in recent weeks. Foreign minister mohammad. Javad zarif said. Afghans must now make difficult decisions for the future of their country after.

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"hannah jones" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"hannah jones" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Back and coal. Hannah jones the journalists the some major prize winner. Pull the pulitzer. I think is what the good one is bad or a wedding. I can't remember which one it is because they're both up there. But yeah nicole. Hannah jones pulitzer winning journalist behind the sixteen nineteen project. All the really fantastic reporting on you know the legacy of african slavery and how it permeates to this day With many i mean again this. Is you know her work. Essentially was the lighting the fuse of the whole critical race theory debate. Because people were you know looking at history a little more critically. Again like yeah. Yeah yeah this is all bad. There's a lot of work to do if we're gonna right. The wrongs of chattel slavery If you remember the university of north carolina chapel hill got pressed by you know people around their state I guess the board of trustees or whatever that fancy word is for people who run a college that they were basically pressured to not grant her a tenure at the university and then they pulled it and then people like. What the fuck. Are you guys doing you kidding. Who's who who is more who has more superlatives at this point than she does in regards to you. Know this this this form of studier her contributions journalistically crickets. Then they came back and they said yeah actually. We went off you tenure and they said no. I'm going to go to howard. So she's taking her talents to howard university. The historically black university you know as a you know. She has home there where people aren't going to debate the validity of her fucking journalism. And the reporting on this this thing we have called american white supremacy So yeah good to see good to see her making her moves and you know it just sucks to see that you can go from having this one job that you think you wanted to then becoming completely soured overnight like that because people don't want history top shut up to north carolina really fucking that one up. Let's talk. let's talk paddington three. This is like a little. He's a good news for a film fans. Paddington fans. One of the big moments at khan. Everybody's like you know film snobs or like it's the glitz and glamour back at khan. Were seeing all these arty movies. But the real heads. No the only thing that matters is that Studiocanal announced that. Having tim three will shooting in second. Quarter of twenty twenty two. Oh so it's back baby. Licking bears humans. Nine titid rejoice together. Yeah yeah jam. Our writer Pointed like was kind of meditating on why this movie so popular. i i've seen. It's it's interesting like I was listening to a a screenwriter. Talk about how. This is a cool movie to like is paddington to And then i've heard other smart people who haven't seen paddington to just be like. I'm so tired of hearing people talk about paddington to like. It's just a a stupid movie or like it's a just a normal movie wet like what is it about that movie that people love so much. What did they say. What is the reason like. They're saying this is the new chinatown just like it's a. I'm trying to think of like the example of like it's fun to it's a. It's a fun movie. That like people think is interesting to like basic chinatowns. A little bit more down the middle. I'm trying to think of another example. Like when you said script writer. I thought like this is what they will be talking about. When robert mckee updates story he will take out the references that chinatown and will acknowledge the green writing of paddington. To they give you saying like it's like characters we'll talk about it in a movie They'll be like. I love paddington. To and that's how you know that all like personality type yeah interesting You know jim was pointing out that like there's a paddington. I guess paddington one. Which i haven't seen i've only seen pattern and i've only seen one together. We can have a conversation. Yeah with galen The bear paddington is like an immigrant and that that movie came out during brexit and like it even when the story started this. Actually like really heartbreaking but j. m. pulled this detailed that The original author. Michael bond created the character after watching evacuee. Children pass through reading station from london during the blitz like so they had to be like broken away from their family and they all had a label around their neck with their name and address on on an a little case of or package containing all their treasured possessions. And he was like. That's the saddest thing i've ever seen. What would like a whimsical version of that big. So it created paddington who is like an orphaned immigrant. Bear child Who goes and lives with family in london and like people at the time people out a lot of fun with An immigration lawyer was like paddington would have no chance at like getting citizenship in the uk at this point because of like the anti immigration Backlash brexit movement That was that was happening And then paddington to you know he's Still still an immigrant. is unjustly You know imprisoned And all these like kind of real Stressors he encounters of the people in the movie encounter But then everybody including the villain like has a pleasant like resolution Which is kind of kind of nice little. It's working on something else. On our hearts i feel like paddington. To is the best. Wes anderson movie of i've ever seen which is i was anderson just like cursing all the paddington to tosh. I know what they were trying to do. The out out west mead. Yeah they kind of did it down to nailed it. Because it's like has all the things that are appealing and like lovely about his movies but without the like self referential kind of smirk rights less paddington the empathy of fm. All right. well. Those are the things that are trending on this fine tuesday afternoon. We are back tomorrow with a whole ass episode of the show until then be kind to each other vecon to yourselves. Get the vaccine. Don't do nothing about white supremacy and we will talk to you. I listen up because this could change your life. Visit yellow brick dot co visit yellow brick dot co slash beauty to learn more about our one hundred percent online certificate program for the beauty industry developed with fashion institute of technology and featuring allure. This program is designed to help gain expertise and insider insight into a rapidly changing and growing industry. 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"hannah jones" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:48 min | 2 years ago

"hannah jones" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Bureau shows up Nicole Hannah Jones Professional liar. They received tenure at the University of North Carolina. I'm kind of happy about it to be honest. I said for a long time I've become an acceleration is when it comes to universities and colleges. When it comes to universities and colleges. I think that, um, Basically, the colleges should embrace the most radical points of view. They should enshrine them. And then everybody who recruits for business should just start ignoring college degrees. We have daily wire Do not take college degrees. Into account when it comes to hiring right, well higher If you have qualifications. If you have work experience, we will hire you whether you went to high school when he went to college. We don't care. We would be hypocrites to do anything less. My business partner, Jeremy Boring. Never graduated from college. I was Harvard Law School Educational degrees are quite desperate. Our business partnership remains intact. At the very silly notion that if you get a degree from the University of North Carolina, this somehow qualifies you to actually do anything in life. If you are a liberal arts major, or someone who studied with Nicole Hannah Jones is absurd on its face. No, By the way, note going out to all major Republican donors to the University of North Carolina. This is where your money is going. Understand that your money is now going your donations. You may love the Tar heels, but your donation is now going You pay Nicole Hannah Jones salary should think about that before you sign the check. Think about what you would wish to subsidize with your dollars. NBC News reports in a 94 vote. The board of trustees the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on Wednesday approved tenure or Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Nicole Hannah Jones, Nicola Jones, a professional liar and prevaricator, she has no academic credentials that would qualify her for a tenure track position at a major university. She has. I'm not qualified for a tenure track position in a major university, and I actually have more degrees than she does. The vote Wednesday after a closed session comes after a controversy over why Hannah Jones was not offered tenure in her appointment at the husband School of Journalism and the answer is pretty much no one is offered tenure right off the bat. Typically, you are in tenure track and then you earn tenure. But originally she was supposed to be given tenure just straight off the bat at the husband School of journalism, which means you can't fire her ever. Hannah Jones said that Wednesday's outcome was about more than her. Of course. Of course, he's everything with the Ana Jones is, uh, is about more than her. The fight is about ensuring the journalistic and academic freedom of black writers, researchers, teachers and students, she said. We must ensure our work is protected and able to proceed free from the risk of repercussions. And we are not there yet. Really, it seems we're not there yet. Because you are utterly unqualified. You have ever been offered this position. You lied in the 16 19 project repeatedly. You treat people who disagree with you academically like garbage. You're extraordinarily radical. And yet somehow you have not only been celebrated by our culture, you have been handed basically the editorship of The New York Times now, as well as a tenure track. Non tenure track, a train your position at the University of North Carolina. Sounds like systemic racism is working very poorly in the United States, I must say. Is working truly terribly because it seems like the institutions of the United States that are most powerful are too busy honoring call Hannah Jones to ask simple questions like Does she know what the hell she's talking about? Other way. Nicole Hannah Jones again one of our great racial geniuses. So she she didn't interview in which he explained that actually, racial violence is good. Nobody should be surprised about this. She celebrated racial violence last year in the middle of the pandemic when the riots happening in America's major cities. People tweeted out that this where these were the 16 19 rights, and she basically said, I hope so. The truth is Nicole Hannah Jones has been propagating lies and misinformation for years. I mean, Nicole Hannah Jones last year was suggesting that violence in the streets a good thing. The civil rights movement leads to this massive civil rights legislation being passed the 64 Civil Rights Act in the 65 Voting Rights Act, and at the same time urban ghettos all across the north are going up in flames. People are having uprisings and folks were so confused because there's if Huge expansion of black rights happening, but they aren't doing anything about the living conditions of black people on the ground in northern cities, and those people realize that nonviolent protest was not going to resolve the issues that they were facing. Oh, nonviolent protest is not what actually resolve the civil rights movement is actually giant riots in major American cities, which actually As studies demonstrate, according to David Shore, who basically had his career ended by people like Nicole Hannah Jones, who decided he couldn't even mention this. He pointed out that riots actually cut against the interest of the people who are riding. It. Turns out most Americans don't like riders. They're not fans. It turns out that the Watts riots in the Detroit riots and actually not only inhibited racial progress in those cities that actually emptied out large parts of those cities in the first place. Here's Nicole Hannah John, I mean she's celebrating violence. That's what she's doing on CBS News, and not only by, she's not just then, right, she's celebrating and and then you at least might have made the case. Although it's hard to make the case that the racial violence in Detroit, Los Angeles was useful. At least in the 19 sixties. There is a much more solid basis for the notion that America had systemic racism problems, considering that half the country literally enshrined racism in law. This is the same Nicole Hannah Jones. He said last year that destroying property isn't actually violence. It is disturbing to see the property being destroyed. It is disturbing to see people taking property from stores. But these are things and violence is when an agent of the state kneels on a man's neck until all of the life is leached out of his body. Destroying property, which can be replaced is not violence and to put those things to use the exact same language to describe those two things, I think Really, um It's not. It's not moral to do that. Now. Give that Lady tenure lady deserves tenure, one of the wisest voices on race in America Nicole Hannah Jones. Of course, she she also lies about policing generally right. She's been lying for years, saying that policing involved at a slave catching which, of course, is not true. Modern policing, particularly in the south. And as you said, in certain parts of the Northeast actually evolved out of the slave patrols. Um, the slave patrols were put in place to deputize white Americans to police enslaved communities to ensure that enslaved people were only in the places they were allowed to put down slave insurrections. And the slave patrols had the right to stop and question any black person enslaved or free, whom they've deemed to be suspicious. Okay, that, of course not true, as Dan McLaughlin rights at National Review to the extent that modern police forces took over the job of enforcing racist laws, That's because enforcing the laws is what police do so if you don't like the fact that they're racist laws, and you should really look to the Legislature, But to suggest that modern policing is an outgrowth of slave catching patrols by civilians is silly. Policing in some form has existed for as long as there's been civilization, says McLaughlin. It was typically led by a few government officers, a sheriff, a magistrate constable, perhaps a local feudal lord, You'll remember that the sheriff of Nottingham is the bad guy in Robin Hood. But the old English tradition, which came to the American colonies relied heavily on community volunteers. According to an article by Gary Potter. Okay, the development of policing in the United States closely followed the development of policing in England..

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"hannah jones" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"hannah jones" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In the U. S have been celebrating pride in cities and states around the country, Corporate America has made itself a part of that, too, by increasingly tapping into Prive month. And trying to showcase its efforts to increase diversity and inclusion. But there are concerns that pride has lost some of its political focus. An important issues are not being addressed. He said. Desjardin has our conversation. Judy companies not only celebrate the month but actively market around it as well. There's a term for that rainbow capitalism, WalMart and Target have pride related ads. Ikea has pride themed love seats. Capital. One bank has this feel good splashing video. But for many LGBTQ individuals, it's hardly good times. Several states, including Florida have passed new restrictions, including on transgender athletes. Hate crimes remain too frequent murders of trans individuals are at a new high. It's leading to questions about the purpose of pride months. Karen Thompson is an author and professor of gender and sexuality studies at the University of Southern California. Some people might think corporations are using pride symbols, more people are putting rainbow symbols on their Twitter feeds. And they think that support But why would you say it's a Is it a concern? Well, I think we must understand that it's a gesture of support, but gestures of support. Nice words. Um, you know, visible images of of solidarity aren't always enough. They're often never enough actually. And so it's not that people are angry. That corporations are, you know, showing some effort at making a gesture to LGBT communities, but it's like what backs it up. What is there behind that gesture? Is there anything substantial and material that will actually help transform the world that we are in and make it better for us? We're having this conversation. You and I right now because this is the last day of pride month, But what is the trade off there? You know, we see corporations making a big effort. During Pride Month. But does it last all year? Or how do you think about that? Well, there are English memes and Twitter accounts devoted to corporations in the month of June, showing an image of a happy LGBT couple of person and then corporations on July 1st, which reverts back to exactly the same iconography, street couples and business as usual, and all we hope is for Sustained attention and commitment from these corporations, Organizations in anybody who expresses ally ship beyond the month of June into perpetuity on our behalf. Some corporations that are doing this. They were raising awareness and in some cases, we're raising money, for example, donating some of the sales that they're bringing in from LGBTQ merchandise to causes that are related. I hear you saying you want something substantial? What do you believe that corporate America should be doing? I think that many of us in the LGBT community are interested in a larger series of systemic changes. Policy changes at every level, and you know some money towards maybe a popular cause here and there, sometimes, like marriage equality was a kind of mainstream popular cause for a period of time. Isn't enough to address the deeper systemic issues that often perpetuate, Uh, you know, the oppression of LGBT people's especially of color those who are in house trans people who have violence committed against them. All of the things that actually many Americans are fighting for around systemic equality. The end of White supremacy, etcetera, Uh and I think LGBT folks see that they're part of a broader movement that we need to make deeper changes to our system to our culture, In order to have a more just world were now seem more visible presence more attention on different parts of the LGBT community, the transgender community non binary individuals, meaning people who don't identify strictly as male or female. Can you talk about the tension and the communications surrounding those groups and how they see this movement? I think that we have to consider whether or not certain groups who have attained Certain privileges within that LGBT acronym, Uh, have to maybe consider abdicating some of their agenda in order to incorporate what we benefit. Most folks under that LGBTQ plus acronym, and whether or not there's true inclusion, acceptance and understanding for trans non binary folks and others in the community. Those especially who Don't share the same privileges and wealth. Uh so that we can achieve entertain, truly transformative change from our perspective, important conversations that we will keep following carrying tanks and the University of Southern California. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me. And a news update. Before we go. The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill's board of trustees has voted to grant tenure to journalist Nicole Hannah Jones, author of The New York Times 16 19 project, She is joining the school's faculty. The board's initial failure to grant her tenure sparked intense criticism. And that's the news hour for tonight. I'm Judy Woodruff. Thank you. Please stay safe, and we'll see you soon..

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"hannah jones" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"hannah jones" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Nicole Hannah Jones. You must be some kind of reprobate Republican is trying to cover up the history of the country. You can't criticize critical race theory because number one, they'll say, First of all, you don't have the experience. Of the oppressed. Number two. You're not of the race of the oppressed number three. If you are of the race of the oppressed your mind has been conquered by The oppressors. Number four. We're not really doing any of this. You see. So what are you criticizing us for anyway? They, Chuck Todd said this is a Republican conspiracy theory. It's Donald Trump two point. Oh, says his clown guests. This is why, In my humble opinion, this book is crucial. Because it anticipates I anticipated what they would say. Because they know what they do. I've been doing this a long time. I know what they do, and I know how they do it. But evidence facts knowledge is the way you crush this effort. They want to promote this. It's poison, and it's not just critical race theory. It is. Filth. It is and war on private property rights and capitalism in your way of life. These are the various Forms of American Marxism that have been spawned from Marxism itself. And I want you to be prepared. And to be engaged in to be informed. That's the whole point of the book, American Marxism and I will tell you since a national all the time when I see people I can tell you As of tonight, almost 140. No, I'm told over 140,000 hardcover copies of the book had pre salt And when you include the other Audio and e books. Well over 150,000 preorders. Just to give you a little bit of context, No predictions. I don't know if you like the book or not. I hope you find it enormously useful and compelling and intriguing. As a tool to use in everyday life right now. Liberty and tyranny in its first week saw the total of 117,000 It was the biggest book. Liberty and conservatism in decades. The pre orders on this book. Significantly greater than the first week sales of liberty and tyranny. I want to encourage you to jump in. I had people tell me I bought two copies. Three copies fighter. I'm handing them out. I want people to know this and so forth. These are great Patriots. But everybody can't do that. But I did convince the publisher to keep the price down. Amazon has the lowest price right now at almost 40% off. It's a hell of a lot cheaper than a, uh then, of course in college. Little over 17 bucks. It's the best I can do. I'm hoping this has an impact an enormous impact. So a liberty and tyranny did in the tea party movement. Even Thomas Paine and what took place back then because we are in fact. Looking into the abyss as far as I'm concerned. On the other hand, we are Americans. We are red blooded Americans, regardless of our race. And we don't just roll over and play done. This is a very aggressive, violent minority. I'm not talking about racial minority. I'm talking about what's between the ears. This is a very aggressive violent. Minority. These various American Marxist movement. But you must remember. Marxism, for the most part, is never voted in the office. It's always violent. Revolt. Violent revolution in Cuba. Violent revolution in Venezuela Violent revolution in China Violent revolution in Russia Marxists. Don't get elected to run countries. Violent, aggressive 24 7 revolutionary movement. That's what takes over a country. Whether Chuck Todd understands us or not, is his problem. He's just a dumb ass. Whether he understands it, comprehends it or manipulates once a narrative is of no consequence to what goes on to your kids classrooms. What goes on a corporate boardrooms. What goes on on the border What goes on in our economic system, he and they are of no consequence. They've already embraced what's taking place. Jake Tapper worked for the Democrats before it became a journalist, so called George Stephanopoulos worked for Clinton. Before he came. A journalist so called Chuck Todd worked for a Democrat. Before he came a journalist as his wife does so called And we go right down the list. Journalism has been conquered every bit as much as our classrooms and academia. Every bit as much as Hollywood. Same damn thing. I'll be right back. Marthe Lovin Mark Levin.

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"hannah jones" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"hannah jones" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Time talking about heartbeats state violence is a reproductive justice. Issue i so appreciate the way that you connected that for us when you're talking to your patients as a provider at this point. How are we going to be talking to them about. What their options are. You know it's gonna be hard and unfortunately it's not something we're new to here in texas about a year ago now. The governor shutdown abortion karen our state under the guise of public health. Emergency that day when our our services were shut. Down was at that point. The worst day of my career spent time every night calling patients telling them we weren't open yet trying to connect them with services across the country. I have colleagues in alabama and chicago in dc. That we're seeing patients that i had cared for but i couldn't complete their procedures because of the long and so that's really what i fear is going to be happening but people show up and i'll tell you story last session. A bill was introduced here. That really we thought was the most extreme. But as i said every session they surprise us. That bill called for essentially the consequence would be the death penalty for people seeking abortion and for physicians adding that care. Now that bill didn't make it very far. Some republicans said it was just way too extreme. They didn't wanna punish pregnant people but that week they were discussing the bill i still had patients show up and i remember a patient woke me doc. They're going to give me the death penalty for this. And i don't care a half to have to get this abortion. That really puts me in the death. Yeah absolutely you for that story and for the ways that it clarifies. just how. This question is dr ghazala. Moretti is an obgyn abortion provider in texas and a board member with physicians for reproductive health. Please take good care of yourself in the coming weeks breath. Thank.

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"hannah jones" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"hannah jones" Discussed on The Takeaway

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"hannah jones" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

06:48 min | 2 years ago

"hannah jones" Discussed on The Takeaway

"To the takeaway. This is fundamentally a free speech issue. If you look at the rhetoric of senator mcconnell and of state legislators all across the country that are trying to get bills passed prohibit the teaching of the sixteen nineteen project. It's not about the facts of history. It's about trying to prohibit the teaching of ideas that they don't like that was pulitzer prize winning new york times magazine. Journalist nicole hannah jones speaking on cnn earlier. This month in response to criticism from conservatives about sixteen nineteen project henna jones created and launched the project in twenty nine thousand nine to commemorate the arrival of the first enslaved. Men's and what would later become the united states. The collaboration of new york times new york times magazines writers sought to reorient americans understandings of our national story so that it begins not with the revolutionary war of seventeen seventy six but instead with the practice of intergenerational human bondage and it's continuing consequences for the nation and a jones earned the pulitzer prize for her introductory essay to the project and the sixteen nineteen project was widely heralded. It immediately spawned hundreds of laudatory thoughtful commentaries. It launched a podcast. It inspired a curriculum and it drew meaningful criticism most notably from a academic historians who published an open letter in the new york times disagreeing with the projects core motivation and challenging some of its specific claims in short the sixteen nineteen project achieved precisely what both journalism and public scholarship. Aspire to generated influential ideas which led to meaningful debate in the public sphere. So it's not surprising that faculty and administrators at the university of north carolina chapel hill where hannah jones received her. Ba in two thousand three. We're excited about opportunity to bring her back to campus. As a member of the faculty the university sought to offer henner jones the university's knight chair in journalism. But last week the news outlet. Nc watch reported that hannah jones was denied. Tenure as part of her offer to serve as the night share the decision to deny her. Tenure was not made by scholars faculty or peers or colleagues. It was made by the university of north carolina. Board of trustees. And let's be clear the unc. Board of trustees is not an academic body. It's a political one. North carolina's republican controlled. General assembly appoints the board members and those appointees are frequently prominent state republicans including former lawmakers. It's also worth noting. The board is composed of twelve individuals. Ten are white men one is a white woman. One is a black woman. No member of the unc. Board of trustees has earned a phd or is a member of any university faculty republican politicians. The across the country have attack the sixteen nineteen project and particularly kind of its attempts to be incorporated into school curriculums. Even former president trump weighed in on hannah. jones's work back in two thousand twenty by viewing every issue through the lens of race. They want to impose a new segregation and we must not allow that to happen. Critical race theory. The sixteen nineteen project and the crusade against american history is toxic propaganda the decision to denied tenure for nicole. Hannah jones is alarming and an indication of much broader issues within higher education. So we begin today with an examination of american higher. Ed and the ways it is threatened by our deepening partisan divides. I'm joined now by pedro. Nogueira dean distinguished professor of the usc school of education. Pedro is so great to have you here. I'm also with us is rob autry. She's associate professor of sociology and wesleyan university and author of desegregating the past the public life of memory in the united states in south africa. Robyn thank you for being here as well. Happy to join robin. I want to start with you because you wrote this week. Upheld this debacle. And i found your discussion of ten and its purposes to be really insightful. So just in the brief sense. Can you help our listeners. Understand why tenure exists and ideally how it earned sure. Yeah so tenure. One of the main functions of it is to provide this academic freedom which operates something like freedom of speech But to have this protection in terms of the things you write about the things you teach about till more freedom and to take more risk than maybe you've felt comfortable taking when you didn't have tenure so when someone's hired as an assistant professor if they're on the tenure track They have you know anywhere from five to six years to build up this profile which consist of work that they've done As a scholar. The writing you don whether that's articles or books but also your performance in the classroom. How your students evaluate you and then what service you've done on campus in terms of mentoring and advising and then service that you've done In the discipline. More broadly like with professional associations and put together a file and that gets reviewed by your department. It gets reviewed by outside colleagues from other universities who are experts in your field In that moves through several stages like a university committee president before it gets to our board of trustees. So i just want to point out as well that the the night chairs right are endowed chairs that are specifically for non traditional candidates there for candidates who are in fact doing work in the context of american journalism. So like right up the road from unc. Duke is dare. He's the founder of politifact not an academic in the traditional sense but right sits in a in a duke university night chair and there are like twenty five of them around the country. So pedro i want to come to you like as a dean. You are part of that other parts of the process. Robin was just talking. About right you get. I vote and then you move on up through the process given the work you do managing faculty hiring and promotions. Talk this a little bit about how it might be different at a public university like. Unc versus.

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"hannah jones" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"hannah jones" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Arizona's secretary of state is advising maricopa county officials to replace all voting machines. That were turned over to a private company. Hired by republicans to conduct a fourth audit of the twenty twenty election. The recount is being overseen by cyber ninjas accompany with no record of working election security and who ceo is promoted conspiracy theories claiming the election was stolen arizona's secretary of state katie. Hobbs cited quote grave concerns regarding the security and integrity of hundreds of voting machines that were in cyber ninja custody with no election official or observer present president biden signed the covid nineteen hate crimes. Act into law. Thursday which was introduced to address the skyrocketing rates of crimes against asian-americans during the pandemic vice-president kamala harris the first asian american to hold the vice-presidency spoke ahead of the signing. This bill brings us one step. Closer to stopping hate. Not only for asian americans. But for all americans it will expedite the justice department's review of hate crimes every type of hate crime. It will designate an official at the department to oversee the effort and it will expand efforts to make the reporting of hate crimes more accessible at the local and state levels in media news. The associated press is under fire after the fired at journalists over her social media post criticizing the israeli government and defending palestinian human rights. Emily wilder who is jewish and was a member of students for justice in palestine. Jewish voice for peace was fired after just two weeks on the job the stanford college republicans were reportedly the first to single out her tweets triggering a conservative frenzy which included lawmakers such as arkansas senator. Tom cotton former secretary of housing and urban development julian. Castro blasted the a. p. for firing wilder writing quote. This is a media organization sacrificing their own journalists to a misinformed right wing media mob. She should be reinstated and formally apologized to and backlashes growing after the university of north carolina chapel hill tonight tenure pulitzer prize winning journalist nicole. Hannah jones handed. Jones is best known for producing the sixteen nineteen project with the new york times an interactive project which we examines the legacy of slavery last year. The trump administration threatened to pull federal funding from schools that use the sixteen nineteen project their curriculum on thursday faculty members and attended a board of trustees at unc. Protesting the decision to deny hannah jones. Tenure they held signs reading among other things black professors matter as some sang. We shall overcome and those are some of the headlines assist democracy now democracy now dot org the quarantine report i mean he goodman israel and hamas have agreed to a ceasefire brokered by egypt and cutter took comes. After israel bombarded gaza with air strikes and shelling for eleven days killing two hundred forty three palestinians including sixty six children. Twelve people die during the same period inside israel in rocket attacks from gaza. While residents of gaza celebrated the ceasefire bodies are still being pulled from the rubble. aljazeera reports. At least nine bodies have been found today including the body of a three year old girl. The ceasefire went into effect at two. Am local time in israel. President biden spoke on thursday and commended israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. My conversation is president. Commended him for the decision to bring the current hostilities to a close and then less than eleven days. I also emphasize what i said. Throughout this conflict the united states fully supports israel's right to defend itself against indiscriminate rocket attacks from hamas and other gaza-based terrorist groups that have taken the lives of innocent civilians in israel. Prime minister also shared of made his appreciation for the iron dome system which are nations developed together. Which has saved lives of countless israeli citizens of arab and jew. I assured him of my full support to replenish. Israel's iron dome system to ensure defenses insecurity in the future united states committed to working with the united nations and we remain committed to work in the united nations and other international stakeholders to provide rapid humanitarian assistance and the marshall international support people in gaza and the gaza reconstruction efforts. We will do this in full. Partnership the palestinian authority demoss authority in a manner that does not permit a moss to simply restock its military arsenal secretary. St antony blinken is expected to visit the region soon while international leaders praised. The ceasefire calls her growing for israel to lift its blockade on gaza on thursday palestinian. Foreign minister riyad. Amal key spoke at the united nations and accused israel of committing genocide william on cool to those who say that israel has the right to defend itself. What are you talking about. Exactly israel is the colonizing power it is occupying our land it is persecuting whole people. Israel would ask you. What would you have done if missiles were targeting your cities but it is your forgets that its occupation is the root caused the violence. So i would like to ask you. What would you do if you're territories occupied if you're people were displaced. People were killed detained arrest and persecuted. How can an occupying power have the right to defend itself when the whole people under occupation is deprived of the very same rights. How can some rushed. Issue statements to condemn the killing of one israeli at a when the whole world stay silent in terms of blind is the genocide of whole palestinian families. We joined right now by two guests in gaza city where with raji surani award-winning human rights. Lawyer director the palestinian center for human rights in the two thousand thirteen right livelihood award laureate and joining us from jerusalem or lay. She's an israeli political activist and editor of the hebrew. Language news site local. Call a member of salim's executive board the leading israeli human rights organization. We welcome you. Both factor democracy now rushing. Let's begin with you in gaza Talk about The response to the ceasefire between hamas and israel and the effects of this eleven day bombardment. Thank you it's.

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