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"huey p newton" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

05:50 min | 2 months ago

"huey p newton" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

"The us supreme court ruled that that piece of legislation only applies to state action not to private action and so basically the slaughter that that domestic terrorism by these private groups was fine. President ulysses s grant was beside himself. And then we had the hamburg massacre shortly thereafter again. The disparity the a symmetry it access to weaponry and he said all of this has in common is not what the states all have. A comment is not. Christianity is not civilisation. It is the right to kill negroes. And i just went. Wow wow now. Let's get back to our conversation with carol anderson about her new book the second race and guns in fatally unequal america so we could probably carole go through all the ways in which as you said the end of the civil war doesn't solve the asymmetry and civil rights amendments. Don't solve the symmetry and doing away with jim. Crow doesn't solve the at every turn and it does bring me to the black panthers where for the first time we have this claim That's made i think that really robust gun rights four black americans will lead to symmetry we will have equality and i guess we should really caveat here. The black panthers are talking about Police terror not clan terror. But that's the argument. It's an argument. I guess we hear reverberate. In clarence thomas is gun rights jurisprudence. Where i think. There's this theory that the only way to make sure that we have freedom for always to have guns for all Does that prove more successful. No spoiler alert. No so what happened is that you have this police. Brutality raining down on the black community. And you don't have any accountability for that terror for the killings for the beatings. Nothing and so a rising from that are the black panther party for self-defence founded by huey p newton and bobby seale and one of their key. Things was to police the police and they new california law open carry law. They knew the kinds of guns. They could have. They made sure that their guns were registered. They made sure that they didn't point them at anybody In a threatening manner they knew what the law said they also knew what the law said in terms of the distance that they had to maintain from police officers as the police were arresting people but the police did not like having these leather up gunned up black people looking at what they were doing. They hated policing the police. And so they ran to don mulford who was a conservative assemblyman in the california legislature. And said we need help with the black. Panthers are a problem a serious problem. We need help. And and so it was to make illegal. What the panthers were doing So that it banned open carry And and they had the help of the nra in drafting this legislation and you had ronald reagan eagerly awaiting this legislation. I i will sign it. The moment gets on my desk. And so this configuration. Of what you. We normally think of as these gun rights folks were actually targeting the black panthers for carrying guns and carol. I think because you opened your framing with the nra it's useful to return to. And i think you're absolutely right. That when the nra defends ruby ridge defense waco there's not the corresponding outrage for a philanderer casteel. But i think that one question that. I guess i'm curious is your sense. That the days of the ascendancy of the nra or presumably behind us there in every kind of trouble The gun rights movement and certainly the constitutional and legal gun rights movement may not be steeped in that hypocrisy that you say pervades the nra's analysis of the situation. I guess my question is does this dual narrative Guns for white people. Good guns for black people dangerous did does it evaporate with the potency of the nra. So diluted in this moment I don't see that happening Because this is a phenomenon that preceded the nra and was embedded before the ira was founded in eighteen. Seventy one by union soldiers. Who really wanted to improve the marksmanship of those in the area and what it's really going to take is the really hard work that this nation appears to be unwilling to do which is to dismantle anti blackness as an operating code in this society. Think about how. Many times we've heard will danger threat. I mean i talk about the thugs location of trayvon martin..

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"huey p newton" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

06:33 min | 8 months ago

"huey p newton" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Leanings important observation. In his essay Equal in Paris, 1955. Baldwin reveals that during his time in France, he was quote arrested as a receiver of stolen goods and spent eight days in prison. Confined Baldwin witnessed with great shock and other incarcerated man's bleeding and wounding go unattended intentionally by prison staff. In his longer essay, no man on this no name on the street 1972. Older reflects on frequent prison visits that he made to his friend Tony Maynard, a black man who suffered violent treatment from guards after he was falsely accused accused with the murder of a white U. S. Marine. Baldwin's advocacy for black political prisoners, in particular, deeply informed his writings and public addresses throughout the 19 seventies and included actions such as aiding in the release of imprisoned Black Panther Party co founders Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale. 1970 Baldwin was so outraged by the appearance of Angela Davis, the black revolutionary and advocate for political prisoners in handcuffs and mock mug shot Put pot pot posture on the cover of Newsweek magazine that he published an open letter to the New York Review of books in which he deemed her jailing a continuation of slavery. Foreshadowing of a radicalized epidemic of mass incarceration at one at the same time, Quote on Lee, a handful of the millions of people in this vast place are unaware. That the fate intended for you, Sister Angela and for the numberless prisoners in our concentration camps for that is what they are is a fate, which is about to engulf them to end quote. When Baldwin spoke out about racism in the criminal justice system and the Dick Cavett Show 1973. He won widespread admiration among imprisoned black communities receiving quote so many letters from them that he determined to arrange a Christmas version of his musical drama the Hallelujah chorus that would tour American prisons. Finally in 1982. Baldwin published letter in which he insisted that artists in prisoners have more in common one another when with one another, then have servants of the state. Alden is a stranger. Neither the witness in order writing about prisons and prisoner abuse, Yet Baldwin's over had not been examined extensively in the context of his engagements with literature and life experiences. Imprisoned men and women. This chapter focuses on Baldwin's understanding of prisoner abuse and police intimidation as interrelated, radicalized social control functions of the contemporary US. Car, surreal state and pays careful attention attention to how is historicity izing of radicalized state violence in fiction is shaped by his admiring engagement. With the writings of imprisoned intellectuals. Baldwin, I contend, alludes to the human chattel conditioning, disciplinary violence and economic exploitation that typified the interest institution of slavery in his black Liberation Movement era, short stories and novels to situate his black working class characters subjection to racial profiling, Police brutality Wrongful in Carson Age Kearse oration, indefinite, solitary confinement. Prisoner abuse and premature death in radical in racialized historical context. Focusing mostly on Baldwin's novel. If Beale Street could talk 1974 this chapter explores how Baldwin inspired by the narrative techniques of the imprisoned intellectual George Jackson. Links are oppressive logic of racial terror from the era of antebellum slavery with the state's practice of white supremacist social control into the contemporary criminal justice system. I argue that by incorporating Baldwin's conception of neo slavery into the elusive framework for Beale Street, Baldwin elucidates the predictability rather than the aberrant nature. Black men's hyper criminalization, incarceration and brutalization by the state. Beale Street thus exemplifies well what I theorized in the introduction as a neo abolitionist novel. With this work, Baldwin becomes the first canonical African American writer to construct a conceptual method model exit near the prison industrial complex in fiction. Privileges the narrative viewpoint of its captives. We'll also making apparent slavery's of vestiges in the contemporary US criminal justice system. Point of departure for this chapter is Baldwin's career length consideration of racial terror as a state state sanctioned social control function of both pre and post slavery, American life. The relationship of this instrumentalist terror to blacks. Recurring encounters with state violence in the late 20th and 21st Century's This contextual ization establishes a broader framework. Within which my reading of criminalization and punishment in Beale Street might be understood. Baldwin's witnessing of the physical, psychological and spiritual harm that criminalized black body endures. The hands of the state shows up prominently in his nonfiction works as well in his book length. That's a No name in the street, for instance. Baldwin's assessment of wounds that prison guards inflict on his former driver and bodyguard, Tony Maynard, wrongfully incarcerated black man is characteristically disturbing and damning book from slave ship to Supermax. Thistle is Tom Hartman Program on Happy Thursday. Today we're gonna be talking in the first hour about the fate and future of America hanging and large retailer green. I'll get into that in just a moment. And I'm second hour Professor Richard Wolf is going to drop by to discuss how times of economic despair have changed history over thousands of years and in Arthur Dollar Bill Freese is here about Are we ingesting dangerous GMO products or, for that matter, are GMO products dangerous broadly and what's up with this? Rob? We're getting all the details and why don't we use the precautionary principle like Europe does. Some great questions. Also, a heads up tonight is my my virtual Town Hall. Seattle event, Seattle Town Halls website. You can you have to sign up there if you want to participate, or there's a link over at the top of Tom harmon dot com and.

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"huey p newton" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:02 min | 8 months ago

"huey p newton" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Good morning. It's a 30. Live from NPR News. I'm Laxmi saying House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is expected to send the article of impeachment against former President Trump to the Senate On Monday. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports. The article charges Trump with inciting an insurrection at the U. S Capitol building earlier this month. It's still unclear when a trial will begin. But Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says a vote on whether to convict the former president will be held. Senate Republicans are pushing to delay the start of the trial until mid February, in order to give Trump more time to mount a defense. Trump is the first president to be impeached twice and the first to face a trial. After leaving office, the Senate could vote to bar him from holding public office again if it chooses to convict him. Hundreds of National Guard troops her back inside a warmer U. S Capitol complex after You're forced to rest up in a nearby parking garage post inauguration reaction moments ago from Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. And then we learned that some of the National Guard forces who've been helping protect the Capitol complex. We're being made to rest in parking garages between their ships. Don't like a single senator feels that was acceptable and investigations underway. President Biden's nominee for Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, is a step closer to confirmation in the full Senate. She's just secured a Senate panels. Unanimous support. The Braves confirms baseball great Hank Aaron died this morning in Atlanta. The Hall of Famer was 86. This is NPR. Live from KQED News. I'm Brian. What has police Department's come under fire for killing black men. There's been a growing push to find alternatives for keeping community safe. KQ bodies Aaron Baldessari reports. One Oakland organization is proposing a different approach. In the wake of Oscar grants murder in 2009 at the hands of our police officers, Oakland erupted in protests. It was then amid cries toe end police brutality that the community ready core was born. Huh? Is the founder. We support protest. We just support descent, but we also support giving our communities what they need to haul was born in Monroe, Louisiana, the birthplace of Black Panther leader Huey P. Newton. Like the Panthers. His group believes in self determination for disenfranchised communities, and as part of that it provides unarmed security at protests and other events at an MLK Day car caravan in Alameda on Monday, the group swiftly intervened when a man threatened peaceful protesters with a gun We engaged in the escalation tactics could in ourselves between him and the crowd. It's one model of community security that doesn't rely on police. Ha says the community Ready core will never replace law enforcement. At least not until communities invest adequately in education, housing and health care. It has to be an all encompassing holistic approach. Else. None of it will work. Just like policing doesn't work pending a review..

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"huey p newton" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:06 min | 8 months ago

"huey p newton" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Trial that is thorough but expeditious but a trial that presents the evidence Of the president's culpability here. A spokesperson for Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says McConnell suggestion is under review. This is NPR news Live from KQED News. I'm Brian What? Good morning As police department's come under fire for killing black men, there's been a growing push to find alternatives to keeping community safe. Take you beauties, Aaron Baldessari reports. One Oakland organization is proposing a different approach. In the wake of Oscar grants murder in 2009 at the hands of our police officers, Oakland erupted in protests. It was then amid cries toe end police brutality that the community ready core was born. Huh? Is the founder. We support protest? We just support the scent. We also support giving our communities what they need to haul was born in Monroe, Louisiana. The birthplace of Black Panther leader Huey P. Newton. Like the Panthers, his group believes and self determination for disenfranchised communities and as part of that it provides unarmed security at protests and other events. At an MLK Day car caravan in Alameda. On Monday, The group swiftly intervened when a man threatened peaceful protesters with a gun We engaged in the escalation tactics couldn't ourselves between him and the crowd. It's one model of community security that doesn't rely on police. Ha says the community Ready core will never replace law enforcement. At least not until communities invest adequately in education, housing and health care. It has to be an all encompassing holistic approach. Else. None of it will work. Just like policing doesn't work pending a review. The organization is being considered for a contract to take over security services from armed sheriff's deputies at Peralta Community colleges in the East Bay. I'm Erin Baldessari KQED news and I'm Brian What? In Oakland? There's more at KQED Data work. A new chapter begins.

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"huey p newton" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"huey p newton" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"In his essay Equal in Paris, 1955. Baldwin reveals that during his time in France, he was quote arrested, is a receiver of stolen goods and spent eight days in prison. While confined Baldwin witnessed with great shock. Another incarcerated man's bleeding and and wounding go unattended intentionally by prison staff. In his longer essay, No man on this no name on the street. 1972 bald reflects on frequent prison visits that he made to his friend Tony Maynard, a black man who suffered violent treatment from guards after he was falsely accused accused with the murder of a white U. S. Marine. Baldwins Advocacy for black political prisoners, in particular, deeply informed his writings and public addresses throughout the 19 seventies and included actions such as aiding in the release of imprisoned Black Panther Party co founders Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale. 1970 Baldwin was so outraged by the appearance of Angela Davis, the black revolutionary and advocate for political prisoners in handcuffs and mock mug shot put pot pot posture on the cover of Newsweek magazine. He published an open letter to the New York Review of Books in which he deemed her jailing a continuation of slavery and a foreshadowing of a radicalized epidemic of mass incarceration. At one and at the same time quote only a handful of the millions of people in this vast place are unaware that the fate intended for you, Sister Angela and for the numberless prisoners in our concentration camps. That is what they are is a fate, which is about to engulf them to end quote. When Baldwin spoke out about racism in the criminal justice system in the Dick Cavett Show in 1973, he won widespread admiration among imprisoned black communities. Receiving quotes so many letters from them that he determined to arrange a Christmas version of his musical drama the Hallelujah chorus that would tour American prisons. Finally in 1982. Baldwin published a letter in which he insisted that artists and prisoners have Maurin common or another when with one another, then have servants of the state. Baldwin is a stranger. Neither to witnessing order writing about prisons and prisoner abuse at Baldwin's over had not been examined extensively in the context of his engagements with literature and life experiences. Of imprisoned men and women. Chapter focuses on Baldwin's understanding of prisoner abuse and police intimidation as interrelated, radicalized social control functions of the contemporary US Carcerano state and pays careful a Tish attention to how is historicity of radicalized state violence in fiction is shaped by his admiring engagement. With the writings of imprisoned intellectuals. Baldwin, I contend, alludes to the human chattel conditioning, disciplinary violence and economic exploitation that typified the institution of slavery in his black liberation movement. Arrows, short stories and novels to situate his black working class characters subjection to racial profiling. Police brutality Wrongful in Carson Age Kearse oration, indefinite, solitary confinement. Prisoner abuse and premature death in radical in racialized historical context. Focusing mostly on Baldwin's novel. If Beale Street could talk 1974 this chapter explores how Baldwin inspired by the narrative techniques of the imprisoned intellectual George Jackson. Links their oppressive logic of racial terror from the era of antebellum slavery with the state's practice of white supremacist social control into the contemporary criminal justice system. I argue that by incorporating Baldwin's conception of neo slavery into the elusive framework for Beale Street, Baldwin elucidates the predictability rather than the aberrant nature. Of black men's hyper criminalization, incarceration and brutalization by the state. Beale Street thus exemplifies well what I theorized in the introduction as a neo abolitionist novel with this work ballroom becomes the first canonical African American writer to construct your conceptual method model. Excuse me of the prison industrial complex in fiction. Privileges the narrative viewpoint of its captives also making apparent slavery's vestiges in the contemporary US criminal justice system. I point of departure for this chapter is Baldwin's career length consideration of racial terror as a state state sanctioned social control function of both pre and post slavery, American life. And the relationship of this instrumentalist terror. The Blacks recurring encounters with state violence in the late 20th and 21st Century's It's contextual ization establishes a broader framework within which my reading of criminalization and punishment in hell Street might be understood. Baldwins witnessing of the physical, psychological and spiritual harm that the criminalized black body endures. The hands of the state shows up prominently in his nonfiction works as well in his book like That's a No Name in the Street, for instance. Baldwins assessment of wounds that prison guards inflict on his former driver and bodyguard, Tony Maynard, wrongfully incarcerated black man.

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"huey p newton" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"huey p newton" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"In his essay equal in Paris, 1955. Baldwin reveals that during his time in France, he was quote arrested, is a receiver of stolen goods and spent eight days in prison. While confined Baldwin witnessed with great shock. Another incarcerated man's bleeding and and wounding go unattended intentionally by prison staff. In his longer essay, No man on this no name on the street. 1972 bald reflects on frequent prison visits that he made to his friend Tony Maynard, a black man who suffered violent treatment from guards after he was falsely accused accused with the murder of a white U. S. Marine. Baldwins Advocacy for black political prisoners, in particular, deeply informed his writings and public addresses throughout the 19 seventies and included actions such as aiding in the release of imprisoned Black Panther Party co founders Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale. 1970 Baldwin was so outraged by the appearance of Angela Davis, the black revolutionary and advocate for political prisoners in handcuffs and mock mug shot put pot pot posture on the cover of Newsweek magazine. He published an open letter to the New York Review of Books in which he deemed her jailing a continuation of slavery and a foreshadowing of a radicalized epidemic of mass incarceration. At one at the same time, quote only a handful of the millions of people in this vast place are unaware that the fate intended for you, Sister Angela and for the numberless prisoners in our concentration camps. That is what they are is a fate, which is about to engulf them to end quote. When Baldwin spoke out about racism in the criminal justice system in the Dick Cavett Show in 1973, he won widespread admiration among imprisoned black communities receiving quotes so many letters from them that he German to arrange a Christmas version of his musical drama the Hallelujah chorus that would tour American prisons. Finally in 1982. Baldwin published a letter in which he insisted that artists and prisoners have Maurin common or not, when with one another, then have servants of the state. Baldwin is a stranger. Neither to witness in order writing about prisons and prisoner abuse at Baldwin's over had not been examined extensively in the context of his engagements with literature and life experiences. Of imprisoned men and women. Chapter focuses on Baldwin's understanding of prisoner abuse and police intimidation as interrelated, radicalized social control functions of the contemporary US Carcerano state and pays careful a Tish attention to how is historicity of radicalized state violence in fiction is shaped by his admiring engagement. With the writings of imprisoned intellectuals. Baldwin, I contend, alludes to the human chattel conditioning, disciplinary violence and economic exploitation that typified the institution of slavery in his black liberation movement. Arrows, short stories and novels to situate his black working class characters subjection to racial profiling. Police brutality Wrongful in Carson Age Kearse oration, indefinite, solitary confinement. Prisoner abuse and premature death in radical in racialized historical context. Focusing mostly on Baldwin's novel. If Beale Street could talk 1974 this chapter explores how Baldwin inspired by the narrative techniques of the imprisoned intellectual George Jackson. Links their oppressive logic of racial terror from the era of antebellum slavery with the state's practice of white supremacist social control into the contemporary criminal justice system. I argue that by incorporating Baldwin's conception of neo slavery into the elusive framework for Beale Street, Baldwin elucidates the predictability rather than the aberrant nature. Of black men's hyper criminalization, incarceration and brutalization by the state. Ile ST thus exemplifies well what I theorized in the introduction as a neo abolitionist novel. With this work, Baldwin becomes the first canonical African American writer to construct your conceptual method model except me of the prison industrial complex in fiction. Privileges the narrative viewpoint of its captives also making apparent slavery's vestiges in the contemporary US criminal justice system. I point of departure for this chapter is Baldwin's career length consideration of racial terror as a state state sanctioned social control function of both pre and post slavery, American life. And the relationship of this instrumentalist terror. The Blacks recurring encounters with state violence in the late 20th and 21st Century's It's contextual ization establishes a broader framework within which my reading of criminalization and punishment in hell Street might be understood. Baldwins witnessing of the physical, psychological and spiritual harm that the criminalized black body endures at the hands of the state shows up prominently, and his nonfiction works as well in his book like That's a No Name in the Street, for instance. Baldwins assessment of wounds that prison guards inflict on his former driver and bodyguard, Tony Maynard, wrongfully incarcerated black man is characteristically disturbing on damn it. Book from Slave ship disagreements. Thiss is the Thom Hartmann program? Well, happy Wednesday, 13 days out. I'm doing my math, right? We've got a great program today. Professor Gerard Jake Sexton will be with us in the third hour of our program. He's got a new book out American rule. Our nation conquered the world but failed its people. And Kelsey Lamp will be with us in our third hour about a new blueprint for our oceans. That could be a sea change. In our second hour. We're gonna be talking about the future of American values and what that means in the era of Trump But it's our first hour Wednesday. So it's time for Congress and Mark Poke in mid days of Mark here on the Tom Hartman program. Congressman Poe can is the co chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus. He represents the second District of Wisconsin in the U. S House of Representatives. His website is poke and P ece and outhouse dot gov can tweet him at repped Marc Po can and he will be with us for the whole hour. Taking your calls at 202808 99 25 congressmen. Welcome back. I'm wondering what's at the top of your list today. By the way, I justify real quickly can Pope Francis just came out, and, uh, this hits home for me. One of my kids is gay Married, as they say, um, is saying that he's in favor of same sex civil unions, which is I mean, that's huge from a pope. For goodness sake, and Joe Biden has come out and said that hey, wants to increase to expand Social Security, which would lift 1.5 million Americans out of poverty. Great news. Toss it to you. Very great news affect at one of my friends who happen to be Catholic. Let me that this morning, too. Are we there? I'm not hearing Congressman Poe can show you can hear him. I can't hear him. Congressman. You.

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Freedom Summer: Barbara Lee

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

07:06 min | 1 year ago

Freedom Summer: Barbara Lee

"In June nineteen sixty four freedom summer also known as the Mississippi Summer Project was a volunteer campaign across America to attempt to register as many black American voters as possible in Mississippi. News coverage of freedom summer shed a light on the white supremacy and police brutality that black Americans face. We. Don't Tuesday night the finding of three bodies in graves at the site of a damn near Philadelphia Mississippi where three civil rights workers disappeared six weeks ago. Over the past few weeks we have been experiencing another freedom summer. Minnesota are saying to people in New York two people in California to people in Memphis to people all across this nation enough is enough cell phone videos and social media are once again providing glaring spotlight on the inequities and injustice that are woven into the fabric of American society. In this special season of the browns to politics, we are diving into the past in how is impacting our present and future. For protests to political campaigns and youth involvement change is in the air and the fight for liberation continues. We'll be hearing from some of the Black Women at the forefront at today's movement who are fighting for change in making history to ensure that we have justice for all. Her name was even floated as a potential. VP. Pick for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's. It is no surprise that would ever congress is debating issues of equity and justice. Congress will lease voice is one of the strongest and most prominent today we talk about her work as a college student, a member of the Black Panther Party and what Congress is, do we to fight systems of oppression to reshape reimagined our political world? Congresswoman Barbara Lee thank you so much for joining us and happy belated birthday. Breaking very good happy with you. I'm really excited to talk to you today and for our listeners, the congresswoman is such a legend and all of her work that she has done in. Congress over the years especially for Black Brown and indigenous communities by I have to ask you this question because it's something that I just wanted to talk to you about for so long is. You were a part of the Black Panthers. What was it like being? Black Panther I actually was not a member of the Black Panther Party I was what they call the community worker community workers had a lot of responsibilities as the Black Panther. Party. Members and remember the Black Panther Party began as a result of police Gupta brutality and the African American community. I mean. They stood down the police because things, police, murders, police Retali- as we know now were occurring then and they were the first organization that really took the police on, and so it was out of that that the Black Panther party formed, there's the Bible programs because it was not only an organization that address police brutality, but it was an organization that addresses chemic-. Racism and poverty. and. So what I did, and which was really phenomenal work and I was a single mother on public assistance with two little boys. I helped sell newspapers like math a newspaper on street corners I actually participated in the breakfast program for children who didn't have whose parents didn't have enough money to buy food and that's actually the breakfast programs from the federal government. Actually. Started as a result of the of the models that the Black Panther party you. I also really worked with you. He knew then did the research on his book Revolutionary Suicide. It was really phenomenal project I got to know Huey Newton Bobby Seale, Elaine Brown, Erica Huggins Joan Kelly, who just passed away and many of the leadership of the black. Panther party because community worker and student I was very involved in a lot of the work with party members. I actually brought Shirley Chisholm got involved in politics through the first presidential the first. Time. A black woman ran for president and that was sure children who was the first African American woman elected to Congress and so the Black Student Union president I invited her to come to milk college where I was attending and I got involved in her campaign by herb insisting that I register the vote and I had a class go because I didn't WanNa work in any of those campaigns. Well, bottom line is working her campaign and got the Black Panther party really involved in voter registration efforts. I. Was the one that went and asked Huey Noonan Bobby Seale to consider becoming politically active around early Chisholm campaign and they did. So I worked on all phases of the black. Panther. Party and all the different divisions I actually bag groceries. You know the panthers had a whole ten point program which again, the Free Breakfast program for the kids They started the Community Health Center Movement by instituting the George Jackson free medical clinic they did sickle cell tests. In fact, there was the Black Panther party that raises awareness about sickle cell disease as a as a disproportionate impact African Americans Fast Board Twenty Twenty people in the African American community and Black and Brown news still struggling disproportionately as it related to food security food desert healthcare disparities, unequal education. I. Helped. Start. Actually I wrote the first proposals for the Black Panther Party community learning center. They establish a Black Panther party school and so I was very instrumental in working on that project. So I did a lot of work with the Black Panther Party and I can just speak to how phenomenal they were and how necessary they were and how we should as we move forward. You know there's this Symbol in a gun and Andy. In government in Ghana called and Copeland. If the bird beautiful bird looking back holding an egg in her mouth and like in order to move forward in order to blackboard and you have to look back, we have to know our history we know where we've been and we have to build upon that so that we can move forward it. Now a wonderful young people in the Movement for Black, flags, or dreamers all the movements that are taking place are a continuation of what I see as the civil rights movement of of today, as well as what Black Panther Party actually started as it relates to stand down and and thing that that policing in our community. chain stop disproportionate killing black, and Brown people

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"huey p newton" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"huey p newton" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Consultants collective dot net. This is the California report. Good morning. I'm Lily Jamali. There are few parts of California that have been hit hard by the corona virus pandemic than the Central Valley. The region is a major hub of food production, and a lot of Californians who live there aren't able to shelter in place. Governor Gavin Newsom yesterday raised concerns about how case numbers there. Keep growing politics reporter Katie or has details, Newsom says. Well, some parts of the state are seeing a stabilization or even declines in covert 19 numbers. The Central Valley is seen an increase in positivity rates, hospitalizations and I see you admissions disproportionately. This disease is impacting our diverse communities disproportionately impacting the Latino community disproportionately impacting the community in the Central Valley, California is overall Cove in 19 positivity rate is 7%. But several counties in the Central Valley, which has a large Latino population, are seeing much higher numbers. Including current county at more than 24% and that's why our targeted interventions disproportionately are focusing on essential workforce on farm workers on critical workforce and hospitality, retail sector and the like that is being impacted by this disease to help the region. California is using the model it first deployed in Imperial County. Following a massive cove in 19 outbreak there. It includes deploying state and federal personnel to help slowed the transmission of the disease through investigations and contact tracing, provide support to hospitals and help manage outbreaks. Newsome has announced $52 million to support those efforts in the Central Valley. For the California report. I'm Katie or in Sacramento. 50 years ago tomorrow, Huey P. Newton, co founder of the Black Panther Party for Liberation, walked out of the Alameda County courthouse where crowds waited to greet him. Newton had been convicted with murky evidence for his involvement in the shooting, where a police officer died. And the California Courts of Appeal reversed the decision. Pendarvis Harshaw is a reporter with the arts and host of the podcast right now wish and he's been reflecting on the significance of Newton's release. And why it matters. Today, 50 years after him being free from custody, I just looked at the footage of him outside the Alameda County courthouse and just thought about all the history that transpired right there on those grounds and even recently took a photo of The courthouse in shambles after a night of activism, and I just started the question of, you know the parallels or the contrast the comparison between what we're seeing right now in the fight for liberation, what happened 50 years ago? For people who aren't familiar with Huey P. Newton legacy Who was he? Creepy. Noone was co founder of the Black Panther Party for Liberation. He, along with Bobby Seale founded the party an effort to bring about some sort of social change, initially with the way that the black community was policed at the time, But that Immediately expanded into other social programs. Talk to me about what it took to get weepy Newton out of prison, the Free Huey movement and as it was known, the effort to get Huey Newton out of prison from understanding came on a number of different levels. Where was one whose people power organizing and having rallies all around the Bay Area and beyond. Not two. It was through the media and messaging and also getting big names from Hollywood to support these efforts and three it was through legislation and actually looking at the case, the first case that Huey P. Newton had where he was found guilty, but That the judge hadn't given the jurors all the information necessary. So bring that case to the public court and having a re trial, and that's what he was granted freedom. Tell us about that image of you in Newton being released on bail 50 years ago this week here in Alameda County. Can you describe that image for us in reading back through some of the articles and watching the footage that cameras captured You see Huey P. Newton come out to a crowd of hundreds, if not thousands of people in front.

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Power to the People

Lost Notes

05:25 min | 1 year ago

Power to the People

"In nineteen seventy-three Michael. Torrance a twenty two year old Black Panther he's dedicated himself to the cause and obeyed every command. He's a true soldier, but five years of complete devotion to the panthers has taken a toll now torrance's. Focus on his personal life just for a while, but to do this. He needs to get permission and it's gotta come from the top. Torn shows up at the lamppost. It's bar in West Oakland. Where Panther. Leader Bobby Seale is having a birthday party. The two men huddle in a corner and talk for a while, but it's all good seal gives Torrance's blessing for some time off. Torrance's relieved, but as is making his way out of the bar. Someone tells him that Huey. Newton wants to see him. And he wants to see him now. Newton is seals, comrade and Co founder of the Panthers for Years Newton has been a strong and charismatic leader. The reasonably his moods have been unstable tonight for whatever reason he's agitated. Torrance's into a back room in their flanked by a couple of serious enforcers is Newton and he says. You WanNa. Leave us. He's well. Do you WANNA leave bad enough to die. Do. You really want really bad enough to on the question. Is. My. Man On. Sale. So, this is what's GonNa Happen. You State. But at up. Would you elizabeth than at Awkward Talking and so? You give me a boot how? To correct it? Okay. So. You say. I'll Palette. So, Michael Torrens has just been persuaded to rethink his request for some time off. An epistle to the head. It's hard to argue with. Route. Then the. TORRENCE's five years in the panthers have been intense. It's been a roller coaster. Live of extremes many times. He's picked up a gun, but he's also picked up a microphone. Now, turns didn't join the panthers to sing, but the movements minister of Culture gave him and three other young soldiers, especial assignment for the 'cause it was a musical Qadri whose mission was to spread the seed of Social Revolution through the Trojan horse of funk and soul. It was an rn be group called. The London's music is explosive. Band is powerful, and so is the message. The lumpen work. For the cause killing it wherever they perform San Francisco La. New York Philly and throughout the Midwest, but it only lasts eleven months. Then things in the black, Panther party begin to implode. which you're about to hear is the story of the rise and fall of an unlikely aren't be grew born out of social upheaval. But why did the Black Panthers even need a musical act? Why did they need a band? WHO's militant agenda? Put them up against the forces of prejudice and law and order with every downbeat. The thing is the lumpen were not out to make hit records. There were out to change American culture. It's a journey unlike that of any other band and Michael. Torrents was at the center of it. Up? In Nineteen, sixty six Huey Newton and Bobby Seale Co the Black Panther Party. Most students at Merit Community College in Oakland within a few years. The party offers educational programs, food, service, free, medical care and Drug Rehab. The black community and the panthers lead the fight against rampant police brutality. By the end of the sixties, changes in the air in the bay area is Ground Zero. San Francisco that I will ruin. The fillmore district was very very hot tension. Police were riding. You know if I've if you are selling your papers would come in. Who asked us at you pay? Arrest at new. But at the same time there was a lot of energy. an s the best thing about it. You could really feel the energy particularly among younger people that we felt we could really make a change. Not only make and we're GONNA make. Their will us this commitment to die if necessary.

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Power to the People

Lost Notes

03:59 min | 1 year ago

Power to the People

"In nineteen seventy-three Michael. Torrance a twenty two year old Black Panther he's dedicated himself to the cause and obeyed every command. He's a true soldier, but five years of complete devotion to the panthers has taken a toll now torrance's. Focus on his personal life just for a while, but to do this. He needs to get permission and it's gotta come from the top. Torn shows up at the lamppost. It's bar in West Oakland. Where Panther. Leader Bobby Seale is having a birthday party. The two men huddle in a corner and talk for a while, but it's all good seal gives Torrance's blessing for some time off. Torrance's relieved, but as is making his way out of the bar. Someone tells him that Huey. Newton wants to see him. And he wants to see him now. Newton is seals, comrade and Co founder of the Panthers for Years Newton has been a strong and charismatic leader. The reasonably his moods have been unstable tonight for whatever reason he's agitated. Torrance's into a back room in their flanked by a couple of serious enforcers is Newton and he says. You WanNa. Leave us. He's well. Do you WANNA leave bad enough to die. Do. You really want really bad enough to on the question. Is. My. Man On. Sale. So, this is what's GonNa Happen. You State. But at up. Would you elizabeth than at Awkward Talking and so? You give me a boot how? To correct it? Okay. So. You say. I'll Palette. So, Michael Torrens has just been persuaded to rethink his request for some time off. An epistle to the head. It's hard to argue with. Route. Then the. TORRENCE's five years in the panthers have been intense. It's been a roller coaster. Live of extremes many times. He's picked up a gun, but he's also picked up a microphone. Now, turns didn't join the panthers to sing, but the movements minister of Culture gave him and three other young soldiers, especial assignment for the 'cause it was a musical Qadri whose mission was to spread the seed of Social Revolution through the Trojan horse of funk and soul. It was an rn be group called. The London's music is explosive. Band is powerful, and so is the message. The lumpen work. For the cause killing it wherever they perform San Francisco La. New York Philly and throughout the Midwest, but it only lasts eleven months. Then things in the black, Panther party begin to implode. which you're about to hear is the story of the rise and fall of an unlikely aren't be grew born out of social upheaval. But why did the Black Panthers even need a musical act? Why did they need a band? WHO's militant agenda? Put them up against the forces of prejudice and law and order with every downbeat. The thing is the lumpen were not out to make hit records. There were out to change American culture.

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"huey p newton" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"huey p newton" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Radio from nineteen forty four to nineteen fifty one and it even spawned a movie was on this date in nineteen sixty nine. Elvis presley began performing live again in las vegas at what was the international would become. I'm the hilton and now the whiskey resort black panther co founder huey p newton found shot to death in oakland california in one thousand nine hundred nine in two thousand thousand three alabama chief justice roy moore suspended for refusing to move with ten commandments monument from the state courthouse among those passing assing away on this date in history nick ashford. You may recall him with his wife. Ashford and simpson ain't no stopping stopping us now. Sebastian cabot remember him as mister french from family affair earlier in television on a show. Oh call checkmate. He passed away on this date in history and jazz harmonica player toots. Thielemans passed away three for years ago today. This is the birthday the french composer clogged debut say writer humorous dorothy parker china's leader deng xiaoping helping john lee hooker ray bradbury who does so much to the great science fiction that we are frequently here and general norman schwarzkopf born on the state. They are no longer with us. Jabber wonder what a bond girl would look like at ninety four honor honor blackman pussy galore in goldfinger. She is ninety four years old today. Valerie harper still fighting in cancer and winning some days losing other days but we wish you the best rhoda on television eighty years old today. You may not know the name ron dante singer songwriter record producer and lead singer for the our cheese now. If you're not a sixties kid you got no clue who the archie czar there was a cartoon show built around archie archie andrews comics and because it was the late sixties early seventies they they made them into a band and they had some number one hits sugar all honey honey. You are my candy girl and you got me wanting you surely in laverne and shirley cindy williams soldiering on seventy two the road warriors manager editor for so many years precious paul ella ring sixty six singer songwriter tori amos fifty six from modern family tiberio fifty two to a comedian and actress from bridesmaid and saturday night live christian wig forty-six backstreet boys howie dorough forty six. She was libby in sabrina. The teenage witch generally green forty-five late late show host on c._b._s. James corden <hes> <hes> who's done so many other things <hes> his t._b._s. Show drop the mic. James corden forty one today w._w._e.'s jimmy emme and j. lo so they are legit twins and they are both thirty four today. An english pop singer. Do a lipa is twenty three though some of the people blue celebrate the twenty second day of this is their birthday it is by chance happens to be your birthday where the four freshmen and we just want to say why just listen to a little toots thielemans. Look him up if if you if you have the ability to look up to steal man he was just great in fact he performed as late as ninety not that i've been able to find on youtube anyway back to classic radio theater we go.

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"huey p newton" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"huey p newton" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"From one thousand nine hundred forty four to nineteen fifty one and it even spawned a movie was on this date in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine elvis presley began performing live alive again in las vegas at what was the international it would become the hilton and now the west gate resort black panther co founder huey p newton to found shot to death in oakland california one thousand nine hundred nine in two thousand three alabama chief justice roy moore suspended for refusing to move with ten commandments monument monument from the state courthouse among those passing away on this date in history nick ashford. You may recall him with his wife. Ashford and simpson ain't no stopping us now. Sebastian cabot member him as mister a french from family affair and earlier in television on a show called checkmate. He passed away on this date in history and jazz harmonica. The player toots dieleman passing away three years ago today. This is the birthday french composer clogged w say writer humorous dorothy earthy parker china's leader ding xiao ping john lee hooker ray bradbury who does so much of the great science fiction that we are frequently here and general norman schwarzkopf all born on this date. They are no longer with us. Jabber wonder what a bond girl would look like at ninety four honor blackman pussy galore in goldfinger. She is ninety four years old all today valerie harper still fighting cancer and winning some days losing other days but we wish her the best rodeo on television eight years old today you may not know the name ron dante singer songwriter writer record producer and lead singer for the r._t.'s now. If you're not a sixties kid you got no clue who the are cheeser. There was a cartoon show built around archie andrews in those comics and because it was the late sixties early seventies they they made them into a band and they had some number one hits sugar all honey honey. You are my candy girl and you got me wanting you surely in laverne and shirley cindy williams soldiering on at seventy two the road warriors manager for so many years precious paul l. a. ring sixty six singer songwriter tori imos fifty six for modern family tie borrow fifty two comedian and actress from bridesmaid and saturday night live kristen wig forty six backstreet boys how to row forty six. She was libby in sabrina. The teenage witch generally green forty-five late late show oh host on c._b._s. James corden who's done so many other things <hes> his t._b._s. Show drop drop the mic james corden forty one today w._w._e.'s jimmy and j loose oh they are legit twins and they are both thirty four today. An english pop singer. Do a lipa is twenty three though some of the people who celebrate the twenty second day of august is their birthday it this by chance happens to be your your birthday where the four freshmen and we just wanna say just listen to a little toots 'steelemen. Look him up if if you if you have the ability to look up toots thielemans he he was just great and the fact he performed as late as ninety that i've been able to find on youtube anyway back to classic radio not eater we go back seventy seven years august twenty second nineteen forty two the whistler.

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"huey p newton" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"huey p newton" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Seven seasons on radio one thousand nine hundred forty four to nineteen fifty one and it even even spawned a movie it was on this date in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine elvis presley began performing live again in las vegas at what was the international it would become the hilton and now the west gate resort black panther co founder huey p newton found shot to death in oakland california in one thousand nine hundred nine in two thousand three alabama chief justice roy moore suspended for refusing move ten commandments monument from the state courthouse among among those passing away on this date in history nick ashford. You may recall him with his wife. Ashford and simpson ain't ain't no stopping us now. <hes> sebastian cabot remember him as mister french from family affair and earlier in television on the show called checkmate. He passed away on this date in history and jazz harmonica player toots thielemans passing away way three years ago today. This is the birthday french composer clogged debut say writer humorous dorothy parker china's leader are ding xiao ping john lee hooker ray bradbury who does so much to the great science fiction that we are frequently here and and general norman schwarzkopf born the state. They are no longer with us. Jabber wonder what a bond girl would look like at ninety four honor blackman pussy galore in goldfinger. She is ninety four years old today. Valerie harper still still fighting cancer and winning somedays losing other days. We wish her the best rhoda on television eighty years old today you you may not know the name ron dante singer songwriter record producer and lead singer. You're for the art cheese now. If you're not a sixties kid you got no clue who the r._t.'s are. There was a cartoon show built around around archie andrews comics and because it was the late sixties early seventies they <hes> they made them into a band and they had some number one hits sugar all honey honey. You are my candy girl and you got me wanting you surely in laburnum surely cindy williams soldiering on at seventy two.

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"huey p newton" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"huey p newton" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"Well, I like that I had I certainly thought about one thing. I would say is that I'm pretty sure that the whole idea being the horse Martin Luther King junior. He was supposed to just rally or just like rile people up and make like just empty gestures towards progress. But obviously, I don't think it would be part of the plan to kill the sea or to kill the CEO of worry for the whole point is to make sure that doesn't happen, right? Yeah. I mean, I think I think that especially if you know boots Riley in here, again, maybe this is like just because if you know a little bit more about who he is person. Just like we're talking Paul behove in here. Then it kind of like add some clarity to it. I think we could see this also as a sort of criticism of the way that Martin Luther King has been co opted by white power structures. Right. And that Martin Luther King is oftentimes viewed as a very benign figure that is like, oh, it's just about like Lincoln arms. And you know, it doesn't. Matter if you're where you are on your political spectrum everybody can link arms about Martin Luther King, not recognizing you know that that he was on the FBI's watch list and later in his life. He had sort of like socialist turn and became very anti-capitalist in sign of was really interested in the mechanisms of power within political economy. And and so I think that in a way you kind of see that as on offer where he's like where army hammers like, dude, you could be like the Martin Luther King of your people man of the horse of the horse people. What are they call the equates what equa sapiens sapiens? That's right. The fiennes. But then what happens? I think what I do. Like what the caller said. I don't remember his name. But I do like what the caller said is that there's almost like an inevitability here. That's like you as a black man in America are inevitably going to be turned into a workhorse anyway. And so the differences rather than being a Martin Luther King junior figure at the end that's easily co op dible within the. Power structure is he becomes a revolutionary figure who Huey p Newton kind of figure who was one of the founders of the Black Panther party in the United States. So and he becomes much more that kind of figure a radical anti-establishment kind of figure, and so that's what he does at the end by breaking it on the door and fucking shit up is he's actually then causing sort of violent revolutionary outbreak, which is not necessarily none not within the tradition of Martin Luther King junior. But it's in a very sort of specific anti coop. Double within the institutional hierarchy version of that lineage but much more like Huey p Newton. I I would say rather than like a Martin Luther King figure. All right. So this one is from no joke. Commissioner gordon. Oh, my name is Kevin Gordon Commissioner heaven..

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"huey p newton" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"huey p newton" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"Like for example, we went to summit twenty one lasts was the last weekend league before, I guess it's all a blur in Atlanta, which is part of blabbity in twenty one ninety wargin devan who founded that is on our next on the cover of our next issue. The money in power issues Rivera excited about. So we went down. I spoke on a panel down there in also did this photo installation, which was inspired. Partially, of course, by the money and power coming issue. But by a very famous Huey p Newton, photo, Black Panther photo of him, sitting in this wicker share with like a spear a gun. And so we kind of recreated that use the flag. But you know, for example, doing things like that, where everyone came in, it felt like wanted to feel like you're coming in kind of just sitting in on a crown photo shoot versus like, here's a table. We're selling you products in. We're making you take a photo and sharing it on social media. You know, we, we wanted people to feel like a part of the crown community, the crown family. And so it was like there was a line down the hallway or down the little expo away of people waiting take these photos. And then that night, we went back and edited our team added the crown logo to the top. So it was really cool to see them kind going up the next day on social media and the conversations and people are like, oh my gosh. Are you on the cover of crown or you you know, friends. Insulation that that's so hard. And I mean, I couldn't have necessarily imagined it would go that way, but it was really pulled that people were so excited about it and it created some buzz leading up to the release of the next cover. And so we always trying to come up with ways like that where we can utilize kind of where we already are, the conversations that were already a part of increasing moment that really speaks to people and that they can take with them and like even people a bunch, at least five to ten people were like, I'm framing this and I'm putting in my house. So that is like I couldn't couldn't not have imagined that. But I think in the way that crown the magazine itself is that thing sits on your coffee table. You share it with your family when they come over and it sparks dialog. Now, I think it's really cool that an extension of that is you have this ruling cool photo in your house. That means something to in hearkens back to the day of like all of these black women power in this room and in Atlanta, this moment that you remember forever, you know. And of course. There's paid marketing, so Facebook and ad words, and all that stuff is definitely like those kind of more. I guess if there are traditional digital marketing tools, those will be a more traditional digital marketing tools. So yeah, we kind of have a mixed ink, some guerrilla marketing in there. You know, gotta make it work. Speaking of gorilla, you know, you mentioned the fact that you're bootstrapping a couple of times now is your long term plan plant eventually raise whether that's, you know, the fee or angel? Like, what? What are your thoughts on that? Yeah, I mean, I think it's always easier than me. I won't even say is there is not necessarily easier raising money comes with other things, but it is always easier to do things with more money. So like you know, greases the wheels I so to speak. So if definitely something that is a conversation, we're definitely open to it. It just has to be the right the right relationship in the right terms, of course in. So we're definitely open to all that. Behind the scenes. And yeah, we, I think crown is an amazing project that we, we feel very blessed to work on, but we're also like serial entrepreneurs. So I'm sure there will be more from, of course, you know, many of us relate to that. The second part of the money pieces really you guys, as you mentioned Cyril entrepreneurs, no, you're each working on other things. So what is the revenue stream for this? Is something that pays your bills or is it still something that is very much in a growth stage? Yeah, so growth stage in terms of revenue streams. The main the honestly win win things have gotten tough in the past. The main thing that we come back to is our customer, you.

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"huey p newton" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"huey p newton" Discussed on On The Media

"On the media is supported by ziprecruiter hiring ziprecruiter has revolutionized how you do it they're technology identifies people with the right experience and invites them to apply to your job they find great candidates for you try it for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash opm ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire listener support it w in why c studios here we are again another mass shooting in a school this time in florida children are dead politicians send their thoughts and prayers gun restriction advocates call for new laws the nra lobbies hard against them nothing changes rents and repeat it's also predictable and so depressing unmik show this week we'll be looking at the one new factor how the survivors of this shooting high school children themselves are taking on legislators and the gun lobby and demanding action but for this podcast we will reply a couple of interviews were recorded in the wake of other mass shooting tragedies the first is with adam winkler ucla law professor and author of gun fight the battle over the right to bear arms in america who we spoke to after sandy hook in 2012 he told us that there was a time when the end our airspace supported gun control roll back when the black panthers were the ones passionately advocating gun rights the panthers determined that the government was either unwilling or unable to protect the lives of black people so they started publicly packing heat here's one of the movement's leaders huey we newton from a documentary called the black panthers vanguard of the revolution by filmmaker stanley nelson the us california pinnacle section twelve all twenty through twelve all twenty seven and also second amendment of the constitution guarantees citizens the right to bear arms on public property adam winkler one of the surprising things i discovered in writing gunfight was that when the black panther started carrying their guns around in oakland california in the late 1960s it inspired a new wave of gun control laws it was these laws that ironically sparked a backlash among rural white conservatives who are concerned that government was coming to get their guns knacks the nra mimic many of the.

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"huey p newton" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"huey p newton" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Tires screenings to bring african american youth to the see this movie which is strange because it is about a fictional country it is about a history that doesn't exist i would see taking them to buy up ix but to take them all to see black panther i think that's awesome but yet it also i just never expected it well it's empowering you think about ironman that's not based on reality but tons of people don't see that to see a an african nation that was an exploited wasn't colonize yo what could africa been like if it wasn't torn apart by other countries coming in yeah that's a great vision to see with were kanda not only that but they were teasing this right from the first poster there was a link between black panther comic book hero and black panther party started by huey p newton and bobby seal i know that we've already talked at one did not create the other the kaaba came out a few months before the actual black panther party right but for the marketing of this movie there's a very famous photo of uap newton in a wicker chair that's oval it looks exactly like chadwick in his chair in that first and the militant villian that is in this film he's gonna come from oakland that's where the black panther party started and he is going to be a black panther by the end there are two black panther so i think his vision is one way of thinking about black power and even more than that i was surprised to see the trailers for this had the speech by gill scott hereon the revolution will not be televised which was the slogan for the black panther movement in the '70s marvel used to really try to distance black panther the character from black panther the movement they even renamed him i think he was the black leopard for a awhile which a leopard freely kinship jit stripes but it didn't last he's back to the black panther but yet to see them embracing this instead of pushing it away you know what this tells me is we are ten years into.

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"huey p newton" Discussed on Radiolab Presents: More Perfect

Radiolab Presents: More Perfect

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"huey p newton" Discussed on Radiolab Presents: More Perfect

"The black panthers yes so this transition from the militia to the individual my right to bear arms you could argue that that whole individual gun rights movement started in the 1960s with the black panthers in oakland it's an unlikely an kinda surprising origin for what's known as the individual rights interpretation of the second amendment we were different breed here i mean we so well rid guys redo are hit we know our history just to give some context as 1966 it's been an exceptionally bad time for race relations all over the country what a fifteen people were illustrate quote esters are being beaten its citizens attack dogs in ho zoos and in particular the major tension between the black community and the police building a wall between malate 60s there were several highprofile incidents of officer shooting unarmed black man this is what was happening you know what we did is that yet we took a position october 1966 body seal and his friend huey p newton they start this organization called the black panthers black panther party for self defense now qe bodies cofounder huey was two years in laws go you is going to the university of san francisco school of law and one day he sitting there as as you do law school thinking about the law thinking about malcolm x thinking about what he can do in oakland and it hits them the second amendment of the constitution guarantees the citizens are right to bear arms on public property that they could argue that the second amendment gave them a right to have a gun he said besse constitutional democratic civil human right and no one had ever said that before well there's always been those who claim that the second amendment protected an individual right to bear arms but adam winkler says people who argued that were in the minority they were taken to seriously this was one of the first time that the individual rights reading was forced into the mainstream because the two coming out of law school class hugh tells bobby.

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"huey p newton" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"huey p newton" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"From top democratic party donor george soros okay we go of heated so he he gave one billionaire would have done that for the black panther on thirty three million well we'll hold on all all done in high school i read some books above the right path movement hum charleton heston maybe people like that the black panther movement would have added that there was others a famous book called um radicals sheikh in malan the flak atroush some kern and he basically put you in these scenes where you had these you know the huey ep newton's and the the bobby seals would go to these rich white families houses and have these intellectual debates i know love that you know what i'm saying with these million these white millionaires did anybody him thirty million whereas he end these these people would cut checks not known thirty million dollar checks every a five thousand ten thousand you seem saying this was breakfast programs and you know smaller scheme of you know what i'm talking i know exactly what you're talking about white rich white people have historically financed some of the stuff some of it not all of it which lies in enemy aisles and that was more guilt money rather than fair enough control money see this dotted at the impetus of the whole show this is control money this is not all i feel bad for what we've done his white people you came to my house in shame me and now i'm gonna cut you check in enemy must now with that is about that's about let us give you a movement than we could control.

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"huey p newton" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"huey p newton" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"I mean they're starting quarterbacks that certain teams wouldn't say we want not system so cap is not going to work for everyone anyway i don't have a problem with robert coming in both these guys are guys that have shown that they can do certain things do you think that you can get more out of them that's it if you think robert you can keep robert healthy number one it so you know that that's the issue right there he has some things personally from from a personality standpoint as brooke guys off the wrong way but him getting a try out there i don't see the issue would have given a trial let me add one more layer to this conversation about 'cause the cap the he he's pictured yesterday on instagram or twitter somewhere what a huey pede newton t shirt on he repeated newton was involved in some capacity with the murder of a police officer spent some time in prison for that he was he ended up being violently murdered in his own community he was involved in some other violent acts you can say supported by fans but but i just one thing about high profile positions in america in any profession do they know and high paying positions in america do they normally go to the employees who routinely where's huey pierlugi teeshirts fidel castro teeshirts is that the guy in the office i don't we work here have you seen anybody here does airstrikes where he knew better to the highprofile positions do you wear one i don't wear one it's no one's china apply standard a cap that is an applied in all of their profession i think of colin kaepernick.

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