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"harlem children" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"Communities is about breaking the cycle of racial economic opportunity inequality in this country, one of Canada's decades-long partners on this project. One of the guests you'll hear next legendary investor Stanley Druckenmiller as you'll hear, Jeff helped shape stands, philanthropy, and also his life chances. Are you know Stanley Druckenmiller as a billionaire hedge funder, or maybe as a former manager for another legendary investor George Soros today. He's joined my incoming CEO Harlem Children's zone. kwami, Cascais. Here's Joe, Kernan the. Children's Oh has been investing in education and support for children of New York City for many many years stand. druckenmiller has been investing in Harlem Children's zone since almost the beginning now, the initiative is hoping to expand what it's learned. New York across the country. Join a stand, Druckenmiller CEO of the Duquesne Family Office Chairman of the Board of Harlem. Children's zone and Kwami a Wu Qaissi incoming CEO of the Harlem Children's zone think in July kwami. So you know it's. Doubts, you're getting close. I. Think you're GONNA BE GREAT YOU'RE GONNA to go through Stan Cameron on the board, so we had jeff on last week Jeff. Kenna for. Interview and I think we've got a pretty good idea. Not everyone does of exactly what happens there. Can you summarize again for maybe people that didn't see that interview, but it's not just schools. It's almost a cradle to the job. All encompassing holistic approach, even fixing dilapidated buildings, fixing parks childcare parent programs it's it's a lot of Listrik. Did you go into that a little bit? Place the mission of the? Zone as bring intergenerational cycle of poverty on where we are building up opportunities for children for families and for the community so that they can thrive. In school, and in life and at home, so one of the Communist perceptions about the work that we do at the Harlem. Children's zone is that we're just the charter school, and while we have two excellent K. through twelve charter schools. There's a whole host the wraparound services on that we provide for all of this ages of development from birth through college. So in essence it is a comprehensive set of services on where we're building pathways and building up opportunities for folks, mobility and Prosperity Stan. You were one of the early investors in at. You've pointed out when you invested. Took big positions with with a lot of impact in those position it used to be philanthropy was like the arts are hospitals, but now you early, but you think the time is right for this type of philanthropy. It's expensive detail oriented. But you can actually see results, because there's no magic bullet for a lot of these these intractable problems. Exactly Joe this. This started way back in the early ninety s when I met Jeff Canada. And I worked with him on the Board of Regents Center for children and families and spending four or five years with him..
"harlem children" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"That. Means that you can't sort of say well, you know. We used to make shoes, but now we ought to do something else to help. Move. The needle in terms of diversity perspective in other words I'm not saying very particularly, but you're you're you're a diverse voice? In A. Predetermined set of the decades. And System. so while it's good again. Not It's not the whole landscape. And I think what you. See more more core company Intentionally. Attention Their board in they're seeing delays it. But it's going to make transformational difference. In so. Hey deck occurs to me that This is all happening at a pretty inopportune time just from the economic perspective It is far harder to to lift all boats in an economic crisis, and that's certainly what we're facing this right now. Even though the markets come back, you were talking about companies that are not going to have the revenue that they had anticipated for this year. You were talking about companies that are talking about laying off en masse to try make up for that pay cuts that have come in other places, so trying to make this happen under that backdrop is much more difficult. We did see that the. The unemployment rate for the month of May was below what people had been anticipating, and that's what we learned on Friday, but within that in the African. American community it did tick slightly higher. So how how do you make it happen with the added complication of that backdrop? That's. That's the sixty four dollar question sixty four thousand dollar question. I think you. You just point to real world. Constraints We had a board meeting Estee Lauder yesterday, Grandma and boy. When they've come up with a very thoughtful thoughtful approach to. Making sure that they do an even better, that's a company happens to to a pretty good job on. You're. Not Just African American. You know women in particular gays it'll be. I mean the sweep of about. Exit. But, the reality is because of the impact is covert pandemic. Business. Prior to consider missus accompanied putting hiring fees, no higher. Between now and the end of the year. and so. How do you? How do you deal with trying to balance up? Your employment scale and When you have. Anybody I think a lot of companies save that and I think it will. It will moderate. Slow down the progress with WANNA see. A lot of American companies, we moving towards a more diverse face to the public and into..
"harlem children" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"Let's to great interviews. Richard Parsons as in unrest after eleven straight days of protests. In Major American cities. In. The former chairman of time, Warner city CBS and the La Clippers on the business world's road ahead. With Disney the problem that money. And legendary investor Stanley druckenmiller on the surprising market rally, and his investments, the bad and the good Dr Lot of investing in my life I've had some Mrs, and I've had some huge wins the best. I've ever made in. My Life was the Harlem Children's zone and that organizations incoming CEO? kwami, elusive cascais topple just the fear of death is economic insecurity food insecurity housing insecurity. Despite all of that, there is still a great sense of hope as a reason why the hog children don't exist. It's.
"harlem children" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"Inequality bubbles beneath efforts to resolve America's current crises, and some organizations are tackling solutions at the very early levels of education. Today we're highlighting our conversation with Geoffrey Canada President of the Harlem Children's zone more than school. HCC is a comprehensive strategy to provide education and social service support to attack the cycle of poverty in one of America's best known urban neighborhoods at work for almost thirty years Harlem Children's zone has been called one of America's most ambitious social policy experiments of our time by the new. York Times support begins at birth and helps kids every step. Step of their education until ideally college graduation, it also includes social services, health and community building programs for families in Harlem Community building from neighborhoods to the biggest corporations in America is an issue. We've been tackling all this week on our three hour morning. Show on our podcast. We've have a lot of conversations with business. Leaders as Americans respond to unrest, driven by frustration, illness and history earlier this week on squawk box, B., e., T. founder, Bob, Johnson called on the government to provide fourteen trillion dollars in reparations for slavery. We need to focus on well creation. And well declaration. We must bring the descendants of slaves. Equality with this nation, and that's what I opposed to Nisan fourteen trillion dollar. To provide reparations now home for the sand or the moment of the Santa Slavery in. Desegregation book back to do, but to cause America to live up to the concept and the notion that this. Was Born on the idea of American exceptionalism. Here's Joe Kernan with Geoffrey. Canada on Education's role in targeting systemic racism and inequality here we are again trying to deal with some of the same issues little by little. With the backdrop that we're seeing and I don I know you've probably heard of Bob Johnson's comments reparations in the like you've been doing it organically for years and years and years, and I think Bob expressed some. Frustration that it's just. Going to slower, it's just hard to see big strides being made and we need to be. We need to act big right now. What are your comments? What should we do? Vessel Joe. Thank you for having me on because. I spent my life trying to figure out one the solutions. For our most struggling urban communities. Places Way because of racism and poor schools and a sense of hopelessness and despair communities have given up. And when communities give up. They often do self-destructed things. So? We have rebuilt the community in Harlem. And I think it's time for a massive community. Infrastructure investment in this country. We know that different ZIP codes even within. The same community you have really different outcomes for kids and income. Inequality is real in these places, and you can't just do one thing. Look I'm an educator on. You. Know I believe that schools after deliver for children, but this is more than just schools. We gotTA rebuild a health center in the mental health systems. We've to help with housing and make sure that they're the parks playgrounds, our safe places for our kids and families to go. I've spent my life doing this at the Harlem Children's zone. We see a movement around this country. For folks doing these cradle to career strategize to build communities and I. Think we really need to now invest serious money in these kinds of strategies. It's hard work hard work. Detail oriented, and you say it's from. It's cradle all the way to the workforce. Probably and it's not. It's not going to be simple different. It's not going to be a one-size-fits-all solution to all of these things and kids. You know you got. The school is the most important thing that then they go home from school. They leave school. They go to home. They go to playgrounds. They go so many different places and hopelessness. If. It's if you're surrounded by it. It's not gonNA matter if if you've got good teachers in good. You. Don't think you're ever going to get out so it. It's it's so intractable though Jeffrey. That's why ruined so frustrated I say! It takes it takes time, and it takes resources. I think you know some of the folks who helped us do this Stan. Kenton lay who's on which you guys all the time this is the business community, and those of us are not ah prophets, coming together and saying look, we care about these places, and we're GONNA pay it to spend the time, but. But could to Joe. This is the Democrats, but we're also prepared to hold ourselves accountable. You've gotTA deliver results, and we don't need investments that end up, not helping anybody who actually producing the kind of outcomes we care about for kids and we now know we can do that. We're not the only place in the country doing it. There places around the country. Strive which is doing that in multiple places are purpose built communities. There are groups of decided. This is the way you deal with real poverty and income inequality. You target neighborhood and you do it comprehensively, and you spend time doing it, but you hold yourself accountable at the same time. If we don't deliver, don't support supporters. Don't give us the resources because it has to be US contractor, says you give us the resources and we'll in cruel those outcomes young. It's you got. Great working on the mid section of Harlem, but is this scalable? Is it scalable and what would it take to do it everywhere and just as a as a point of a referendum? Bob Johnson's. Proposal would be about fourteen trillion dollars and it would put. Ownership asset ownership into every descendant of a slave would have three hundred and sixty thousand dollars, or some, so that's fourteen trillion. I can imagine that that you could do this for for less than that, but it's still not going to be cheap if it was scalable to go everywhere, this needs to be done and people to do. It and everything have to be part private part public. Taxes philanthropy and everything else. You know was so interesting Joe is that. We doing it for about three thousand dollars, a child per year and people who use that was expensive. I. IT turns out. That's one of the best bargains that you can get in this country. We've got all the nine. Hundred and fifty allow kids in college. We graduated more than seven hundred kids. We ending that cycle of poverty, but you're might it does take real resources, and it does take the kind of car time. I believe that the same foresees. Really. Capitalism at work we you have. Jobs. Young people prepared for those jobs and the ability to live up to the expectations of your talent. That's GONNA work for the African American community. The same way as other communities and the truth is has been an intentional disinvestment in these communities. We're at the ninety ninth anniversary of green. Massacre and what happened there in Greenwood? Oklahoma and we need to remember that this has been a systematic strategy for decades. That has to be done, so yes, there's frustration. Yes, there's anger. Yes, there's.
"harlem children" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"Including your own on all sorts of issues in Washington. Should this be something that your company is spending money on? If you're standing with your employees on this topic when that's a great question, you and I have had an opportunity to talk over the past several years, and particularly about the Business Roundtable's statement about the purpose of a corporation and frankly a responsibility to obviously look at fiduciary responsibilities as a company, but also what is the impact that you're having with customers? Customers with consumers, what about more broadly on the communities where we're working or participating? What about our employees and having that as a long-term mindset? And it's not no, I can remember when we first went out that there was plenty of criticism on both sides. It's not just an either or framework. It's an and and framework particularly as you're looking out for the long term interest, not only of our companies, but our country and society in general when those three work together. Clearly, that's in everyone's best interest. And I think in this case. Yes, it is incumbent upon business leaders to be speaking out and to be participating in these discussions now there are many areas where business can influence policy and and based on discussions that I've been happening recently whether it's educational policy in some of the great work, for example that Ginny Remedy and Mary Barra done in that area about you know. How do we of? We seize this moment around the rapid transformation about the skills and the? The capabilities in the workplace, and how do we ensure their? Our educational system keeps up, and how do we use frankly some of the experience that we have been capabilities and influencing in Washington around that important agenda, because that's good for society, but that's also going to be very important for companies, but there are other issues related to social injustice there, certainly are is related to healthcare. It's been one very important for us Johnson and Johnson we can bring great technology. Great, new life saving measures the bear, but frankly if patients don't have access. If they if they if it's not affordable, then that also creates issues and and last, but not least capital allocation. How do we get better access to capital, and whether it's purchasing a home whether saving whether it's just frankly financial education I think these kind of these are areas where organizations like the Business Roundtable. Pan Influence policy and very important ways. It's frankly in the again. The best interest of our country as well as business in society, Corona virus, and the economic impact of the coronavirus are taking a much bigger impact on. not only communities of color, but all communities in need. Those who are the hardest off the ones that are getting hardest hit what what can business leaders do to try and address that that particular problem? And what would you suggest to to your peers? My peers. And frankly I think are important points to discussion today are we've gotta? Make sure that we're getting support or where it's most needed and look while you and I can have this conversation today Zoom many workers in large organizations were able to continue. If, we look at fifty percent of the economy that frankly has a hard time. If even able to come up with a five hundred dollar check to take care of a bill, or if we look at the part of the economy, it's a small businesses that is paying tomorrow's bills with today's receipts. Clearly those have gotta be priorities for US particularly as we continue to maneuver through this period, so as we think about cares for as we think about ongoing. Financial Assistance I. Think Making it sure we're getting it to those front line. Workers who are likely most exposed is to remain critical and I think secondly we've got to make sure small businesses who are employing so many of those people are also getting the help and the assistance that they they need at the same time because you know frankly without without that kind of support. We're not GONNA have the confidence in the economy going. Going forward it will have disproportionate share. We know that from all the statistics minority communities and does so over the next several months. We've got to make sure that we're really focusing on those two particular segments of the economy. Alex WanNa. Thank you for your time today. Obviously, this is an issue that you're going to continue to focus on. We will to so we appreciate your time and we look forward to updates from you. Very much. Next on squawk on the president of the Harlem Children's zone. Geoffrey Canada on the role of education in battling racial inequality I've spent my life trying to feeder route one of the solutions. For our most struggling urban communities and next steps for opening schools in the fall, we've got to protect our teachers and our students and you know what I think. There are ways to do. If we begin to plan on doing that right now. We'll be right back. This CNBC podcast is sponsored by capital group home of American funds. Nearly Ninety years of experience helps, you say I can partner with.
"harlem children" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast
"Results have been astounding ninety seven percent high school Eduation that's the rate ninety percent go to college now President Obama was a huge fan of the the Harlem Children's zone and he and Education Secretary Arne Duncan created promise neighborhoods which would replicate the MOM all the candidates developed in Harlem I was a big supporter of the promise neighborhood program and I fought in the Senate on the help committee in Health Education Labor and Pensions Education Committee and was able to get funding for the north side achievement zone he you're in Minneapolis and the north side in a very poor primarily African American neighborhood here in Minneapolis we have very very wide disparities here in the twin cities a lot of people don't know that after two thousand ten Congress I did not vote for the level funding that Obama had asked for and by the way if you if you care about deficits elected Democratic president because if we have a republican president Republicans in Congress suddenly don't care about deficits but when we have a democratic President every new program.
"harlem children" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air
"In i don't i don't stand in the ringer oh bucker welcome back on the it's very it's very good mental lot of black puns like non widely popular demand we start with that you know the first guest is like normally do so we just dropped that right away lack is this time it's kind of in my eyes to the nightly show a little bit okay just saying i'm back and back on the air and that kind of all right now but the show really is about the bench and by the way thank you for coming i wanna thank especially you were on the first nightly show yes i am by the way i really appreciate oh i really worrying honored to be one of the first month rewarded warning me much teabags that man and why did i was not keeping it on hunter not keeping you were you what were you not keeping at one hydrogen were asking me if i were resident loser into my answer was probably know you were like he'd been eroded away right all right senator if about your your prophet mad about prophecy there you know what i could see i think it feels like you've been preparing for this for a long time i won't say necessarily consciously but i think people who have that in their path later they they kind of do the things that get them ready for it is that fair though you know i feel like i took her career path like what decisions decisions are you gonna make right in order to not be qualified to become president i don't mean that in my personal life but you know look i came out of law school and i decided to move into the toughest neighborhoods confined in newark and right out of alaska right out of law you know what we're goes we looking to get into politics back then there's a guy that was my hero named jeffrey canada who is this guy that was these at macarthur genius grant award winner but he's this guy grew up in in herb very very tough part of new york in a but he started this incredible nonprofit in in harlem called the harlem children's zone and his book fist stick knife gun which is a really short book really good reid great sign of you know it's all about why would a kid bring a gun or a to school a bad child no it's often fear you grow up in these environments where you're constantly afraid you're you're quarters all constantly running don't have security think you need that and he just had this intimate understanding of himself self going through this thing's about what children really need to be you're strong deal with off the childhood trauma so he started this amazing program in harlem that now is transformed it but i just so compelled by what he did in that book which was i'm going to move into the toughest neighborhood i'm and be a part of a community in struggle and that was my vision at the time and then i i got a two by four hit up against head did you grow what kind of neighborhood did you grow up so i fifty years ago this summer the summer sixty nine my parents were were to black folks who came out of hpc you my mom what the fiscal my my my dad with a north carolina central they they moved into the same building in dc and my mom was engaged to another man wow yeah scandalous scandalous and they ended up a meeting falling in love a you know they had their first date in front of the lincoln memorial very very like in one of those paddle boats.
"harlem children" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"The fact that that can get written up in newspapers, as you know, the think he was the subject of a sixty minutes special that essentially was like, wow, look, he's a patriotic philanthropist. You know, I just think one of the fascinating things that that probably is affected American journalism and the rest of our society is the Andrew Carnegie bargain, which he kind of set out in his gospel of wealth tracked. Late night venture. Which is essentially if we give away a lot don't ask how the money was made. And I think in some ways American journalism. But also just American culture has agreed to play by the Carnegie rule. We we've also never told the story that way, right, right? We just point at Carnegie, libraries, and this legacy of Carnegie, libraries among other things, and we don't tell the full story. Correct. Or reflect on the full story. I mean, you can't understand for when how much is written about charter schools, the, but you can't understand charter schools without understanding who's on the board of these schools who's giving these schools who's who's doing these which which are the rich people pushing this. And then you gotta start where those rich people live, right? And and how have they fought to keep their property taxes kind of ring fenced in the areas, they live how have they raised money for the PTA for their particular public schools? So that their money stays in their own public school. Like, I don't wanna read another story about a banker giving to the Harlem children's zone or Goldman Sachs giving. Twenty dollars to you know, the promise academy without just doing a full audit on that institution or person's relationship to the system..
"harlem children" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"In the morning it shouldn't be this hot so soon but i guess we're kind of used to it by now are we probably not i don't know forever gonna get used to it we maybe should base on this long term and short term forecasts couple of days of this a little break this weekend but then next week we'll be back in this as well we'll get to craig allen coming up in just a few minutes nine four now wcbs news time an illegal immigrant mom from guatemala who was separated from her three children at the border six weeks ago is seeing them again this morning and in east harlem children's center wcbs reporter sean adams joins us live from east harlem gonzalez garcia she arrived here the center in east harlem a little bit before nine o'clock this morning so she hasn't been here all that long it was difficult to get a look at her because she was surrounded by just a throng of photographers snapping photographs but did catch a glimpse of her face she was flanked on either side by two people of propping up her arms and escorting her in her face she looked absolutely drained i mean her eyes swollen cheeks stained with tears this has been a horrific six weeks for this young mother but the watermelon emigrant she doesn't have this temporary reprieve from the pain this morning it's been quite an odyssey leaving her country coming to the united states being stopped at the border detained and then her three children taken from her the three children here in new york now in the care of a social service agency and so this is a reunion that no doubt is is is quite emotional at this moment in time the the story here goes back south of the border gonzales garcia crossed into this country illegally on may nineteenth she was detained by is or children sent to new york and when her particular story got out on the radio here in new york there was a one woman in particular who decided something had to be done so she rallied her troops volunteers they raised thousands of dollars online they were able to cover bond and get this young mother out in detention and then people signed up for the long haul they took turns driving across country country to get her here the center is a very protective place we've seen children being escorted here all morning long and many of them so so young so tender age covering their faces with either masks or hoods from sweatshirts were their backpacks what happens after this reunion we don't know the mother will not leave here with her children she will custody is a whole different matter that has to be worked out and then the future of the family where do they go from here all this to be determined wayne thank you sean and multiply that by the hundreds of children who are facing similar situations all across the country eighty four degrees now in somerville at this early hour eighty four eighty two in central park at nine oh six another day of unstoppable unbearable temperatures john white elizabeth new jersey spends much of his day in office buildings in midtown but says he's still can't escape the heat what do you do so that's why i don't have it i don't get the best of it because i stole it so when they put it on and on to the next call i'm by some gatorade from amanda ahead as good keep yourself keep yourself hydrated this weather seems to stick on you with humidity levels well into the eighties invitation marla diamond wcbs newsradio eight eighty the.
"harlem children" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Eight already eighty to decrease this morning not even nine o'clock yet it feels like ninety one out there president trump has been tweeting this morning talking about interviewing some very impressive people he says for the supreme court baked can see here's saga megani the president says he met with four potential nominees they are outstanding people they are really incredible people in so many different ways he plans to meet with two or three more before making a decision in the coming days which he will announce next monday the person that is chosen will be outstanding meantime top senate democrat chuck schumer's mounted unusually direct lobbying campaign against any pick with antiabortion views urging voters to pressure senators into rejecting candidates who might overturn roe v wade wins news time eight forty nine and the trump administration has run into a new legal snag over immigration as my mike rossier reports federal judge james both burg has issued a preliminary injunction ordering immigration and customs enforcement to stop what opponents say is the arbitrary detention of legitimate asylum seekers in a thirty eight page memorandum of opinion most bird concludes the trump administration is violating us policy regarding the treatment of people seeking asylum lawyers for the aclu and other groups say under the trump administration grants of humanitarian parole to asylum seekers have dropped to almost zero and five key icefield offices most burg has ordered a case by case review of all asylumseekers awaiting parole meantime a woman from guatemala who was arrested in arizona after crossing illegally into the us six weeks ago and separated from her three children will be reunited with them at an east harlem children's center today as many as thirty caps have been rescued from a house of horrors on long island agents from the nassau county spca went to a home on garden street in garden city which had been condemned they found the windows close in the sweltering heat caps living amid trash and lack of clean food and water firefighters ventilated the house six cats were taken to a vet police arrested the sixty two year old homeowner wins news time.
"harlem children" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"The shore at seven three and as you just heard it will be another unbearable day of hot temperatures has the worst of the heat wave of the year this worst heatwave of the year just keeps on rolling along wcbs reporter marla diamond joins us live with more marla and tanya remember those cold miserable days of spring when we were complaining about all of the rain and the chilly temperatures well now we're complaining about the heat but it's not really the heat today it's the humidity that is the killer elaine angleton of hoboken was walking to her office on sixth avenue hair back in a pony tail even trying to do hair not so good if you are working outside spiro is sweating while serving up ice coffee from his cart on fifty second street akita advisory remains in effect through nine o'clock tonight the good news is most people have the day off tomorrow and many people out here said they're taking the rest of the week off tanya and wayne thank you marla an illegal immigrant from guatemala mother who separated from her three children at the border six weeks ago is expected to set is on them for the first time today and east harlem children's center let's go there live now wcbs reporters sean adam sean and the mother arrived yesterday in new york gonzales garcia she looked drained rise swollen cheeks stained with tears it's been a horrific six weeks for her but the guatemalan immigrant is nearing her journey's end or at least the end of this leg of her odyssey today she'll get to see your three children for the first time since i sage separated the family in arizona gonzales garcia across the us border illegally may nineteenth her children were taken and then sent to new york here to to be with a social service agency while the mother was detained in arizona will volunteers they heard her story they raised thousands of dollars online and they what they did was they they paid for bond they got her out and then they took turns driving cross country details at this visit of not been released the senate here is protective of.
"harlem children" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Good morning wbz news time five nineteen right now it is fifty eight degrees and cloudy in boston going up to a high of seventy five near the water near eighty inland to our top stories now in new york a prayer vigil and rally was held in support of migrant children being held in the city without their parents the reverend al sharpton and other officials attended vigil held outside and east harlem child agency yesterday were dozens of kids are housed massachusetts congressman mike cap you on oh and twenty other congressional democrats spent the day texas yesterday touring a border patrol detention facility which many called unacceptable and cruel and in turkey six people arrested for allegedly insulting the country's president it happened ahead of a campaign rally for the president's main opponent well coffee lovers listen up that cup of joe may be good for your heart correspondent mark may 'field has more german researchers dosed human tissues with caffeine and found that one shot made certain proteins inside adult sells for four more like young sells one of the lead researcher says drinking four to five cups of coffee a day seems to improve what he calls the powerhouses of cells and while this is good news for coffee drinkers too much caffeine can still have significant drawbacks and speaking of coffee california based queer coffee and organization for lgbtq people and allies in coffee to build a community and have fun along the way is holding its third event this time in boston it's happening today at a training center in somerville ellen blanchette of queer coffee tells us all about it the company i worked for it's called counter culture coffee and we have a training center office space in somerville so we're hosting one of the events there this sunday in collaboration with the boston intersectional coffee collective going to be a panel discussion with what better music for pickle fairer than a guy picking on a banjo whether your favorite is sour sweet or dill moraine canal pretentious pickles pembroke has it put a lot of love into a lot of hard work we still do all our own canning so everything is done a big kitchen with big pots chat from brighton is a big pickle fan be pickle ice cream or pickled flavored beer i like the pickling liquid like in the pickles i drink that honestly i love it in south boston doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time five twenty do some georgia teachers are literally taking a hike this summer all in honor of a former student the death of fifteen year old laura addison two months ago has spurred a group of reformer middle school teachers in kennesaw georgia northwest of atlanta to give up their summer break their hiking part of the grueling appalachian trail in honor of the teenager calling themselves laura's angel army they wanna bring awareness to the rare neurological disorder called red syndrome the claim there one time students life they say the girl loved to go on day long hikes jim chrysalis cbs news devoted immigration policy overrode tolerance cryan family separation trump signed an executive order to end and that means it's time for traffic and weather together wbz news time five twenty three here's the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.
"harlem children" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"The discipline controversy is now like in the segregation controversy which in particular is odd because it sort of contradicts controversy number two are this like third wave of urban charter network criticism where now it's like okay perhaps the academic results are good and it's legitimate but the the price is too high and i think in the case of this noble noble academy as story from chicago like to praise cooley is too high right i mean like if somebody said okay we're going to adopt a policy in which girls are like routinely humiliated in this way and then it's like well but you know you have like two halfs of a standard dv then you had an adequate response just to like under the ground that covers what is the research on the outcomes i count strong as it you know i know we mentioned it's like not everything past college like what do we actually know about how these particular networks compare to traditional public schools there there is on the network or the research on the outcomes is pretty strong i mean you're often looking at grade levels full standard deviations of method reading achievement there are some i think it's the harlem children's zone i was actually just reading this research in new york that like the level of growth was basically enough to eliminate the racial achievement gap i mean they are pretty significant in terms of reading and math scores especially compared to students at the traditional public schools within that district around the same time and i think like how attributable this is we've seen this a little bit with noble but really success academy in new york which had the teacher ripping up a student like a kindergarten or first graders math paper.
"harlem children" Discussed on Food 4 Thot
"Why didn't to kenya's getting being just like the always listening to the stephanus new like not always there bodak is the national anthem so oh okay realty the first time i heard the song but at gallo is when a really good friend of mine that used to harlem children's zone she went viral because she's a teacher she teaches at pd's charter and she had her kids the map geography what state we've that's erica okay she used to be my boss hcc in the show notes and so anyway that was the first time i heard the song and i was like oh and then they realize i had heard it some parties but i didn't know what it was anyway so it's nobody is shocked nobody so it's still fresh for me i didn't lenny moneybag bag bag always the money did feel like in the sense we talked we talked guards eliminate we talked about it with salons we talked about it with anti with riana how does an album that only that person could make yes right yeah which is what you're i don't know about you guys as creative writer that's what i'm always striving i think about like my short stories when i think about my novel trying to write a story and that only i can write and i want my reader to be like only this bitch could have written this you know i saw her on jimmy fallon said it and i think what i think is like you know sometimes you have this because like her she is very verbose on the tracks and then you know in the sort of ira world she's a little bit more withdrawn and she isn't saying as much and so then sometimes you're like does this stuff translate she leads a lot in the page right but i think what is that like she's in these new echelons of fame right with with senate live with jimmy fallon all all these interview shows and and she looks really nervous to me yeah like she looks like somebody who like honestly she does because she's looks like somebody who can hide it very well because like she's got that face whatever and she.
"harlem children" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast
"Next to the video are really striking like there's no way they can sort of get around the fact that they ripped off the work on the other hand hip hop culture is all about you know remixing other pupils art works i feel like there is some kind of grey line there did she just ignore them or d'ici respond saying no she said no she declined to participate and then they just used her work any way this kind of a rough that being said uh if you're interested in the soundtrack itself regardless of this music video it's now available on spotify and it is a hot nests i have been listening to it and hans stop and so good in more optimistic positive news brought about by black panther is the rise of the gofundme campaign which goes by hashtag black panther challenge now if you're unfamiliar with this campaign it started a few days who we could go and it was designed to get kids to the movies to see black panther it's as simple as that really uh as gofundme me reveals after raising over forty thousand dollars on go from me to take harlem children to see black panther in theaters new york resident frederikjoseph twenty nine years of age which i just want to call out just to make myself feel less productive at thirty launched the black panther challenge calling on others to start a gofundme me in their communities to take more kids to see the film in a theater to date over four hundred gofundme is have raised over four hundred thousand dollars for this campaign helping thousands of kids see the movie this month donations have come in from all fifty states in forty countries around the world all children deserve to believe they can save the world going exciting adventures or accomplish the impossible i am grateful that all of you have answered the call and are taking action to help more kids watch their heroes on the big screen said frederikjoseph let's keep pushing forward if you're a teacher buy tickets for your entire classroom if you're coach take your team if your community leader do some organizing and get the kids in parents in your community to the theater so the over.
"harlem children" Discussed on WEEI
"Anybody protesting what do you not i mean bobby now realty they're not when you say whatever the hell they're protesting deal do you not understand what it is that they're protesting oh some of them are protesting police brutality and the hands up don't shoot uh you know halt narrative is there some police brutality absolutely but you know what why aren't they protesting black on black tie i am this igc can't do this by other what this is this is for this is fergie save this through the big show on breitbart radio because that this please are tired these are tired talking points my first amendment right and now you want to cut me off and not left oh wait wait wait yeah we let you for three minutes utah you'll have the longest call of the day my friend and second of all of this this show is not a democracy so we can hang up when you right now okay good bye yeah listen i have no problem with arguing about stuff but when it's the same tired right wing talking points i just i can't why isn't the problem black on black pro i think they care about that too i actually think they do terrible in fact with you talked to a lot of these guys they are going into those communities and they are doing everything they possibly can to make this communities better but one of the issues that they face and i've recently for whatever reason have right a ton of books about this including one i just recently ride by jeffrey canada who was featured in the movie waiting for superman he's developed harland harlem children's zone and they survive thirteen thousand kids between harlem and this in the bronx in new york city he's to work here in boston and it was it was an eyeopening book be kyw's ed eight talked about how violence is so ingrained in these communities and.
"harlem children" Discussed on 1A
"And that stratification means that we observe a concentration or an overconcentration of black kids in the least challenging classes and an underrepresentation in the most challenging classes and to the extent that we can alter that we make strong headway towards closing the chief mika so sounds like what you're saying is schools do better when they make everyone raise their game and not just over smart kids will pushy harder but everyone else you just needed yup that's exactly right and and i think that one of the interesting examples of this is actually the harlem children zone of the jet every an additive yeah of the jeffrey canada founded uh there's a study by will dovy and roland fryer in which they demonstrate that it is not the community investment side of that project that has resulted in a substantial increase in the performance of the kids who go to that school what's really has been critical is the improve curriculum in instruction that the kids have experienced so if we want to close the racial achievement gap or any achievement gap i think we have to move in the direction of providing high quality instruction to all of our students rather than having tracking debre wrote on our facebook page your halfway through the show and not a word on latino students who comprise about one out of four students in the us joseph or anya i wonder if there's anything in your reporting maybe that illuminates how latino students are being treated as it relates to this achievement.