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07:45 min | 3 weeks ago

"jacob brown" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"A us appeals. Court has upheld the conviction and death. Sentence of white supremacists dylann roof. Who murdered nine. Black worshipers at the historic emmanuel ame church in charleston south carolina in june. Two thousand. Fifteen in two thousand seventeen roof became the first federal prisoners sentenced to death for a hate crime. A warning tour audience. This story contains graphic footage of police violence in louisiana a lawyer for a black motorist who is brutally beaten by white state police trooper more than two years ago has obtained body camera video of the incident. The video from may two thousand nineteen was also obtained by the associated. Press it shows. Officer jacob brown striking. aaron. Larry bowman with a flashlight. Eighteen times. The assault left bowman with a broken jaw broken wrists three broken ribs. Six stitches on his head. Louisiana state police waited five hundred thirty six days to open an investigation. Only did so after bowman brought a civil lawsuit last december state prosecutors charged officer brown with aggravated battery and malfeasance in office. Those charges remain on hold pending federal investigation. Brown is from the same state police unit known as troop f whose officers killed ronald green. A forty nine year old black man by tasers punching and dragging him during arrest in two thousand nineteen troop f is under an internal investigation looking into whether white officers are systematically targeting black motorists for abuse in climate news. The national oceanic and atmospheric administration n-o-a-a reports atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide reached their highest levels in human history last year averaging more than four hundred twelve parts per million that's despite a modest slowdown emission student corona virus pandemic last year no also reports global average sea level rose to a new record high about three point six inches above nineteen ninety-three levels when satellite measurements began. United nations is warning. Madagascar is on the precipice of the world's first climate change famine. With about thirty thousand people experiencing the highest level of food insecurity recognized by the un severe hunger and famine are being driven by drought deforestation and desertification. That's leftover one point one million of madagascar's residents in need of humanitarian assistance. A world food program official called the situation unprecedented adding these people have done nothing to contribute to climate change. They don't burn fossil fuels and yet they're bearing the brunt of climate change unquote in northern california. The massive called or fire has spread less than twenty miles from population centers. In lake tahoe. After it destroyed hundreds of homes in southern california rapidly expanding brushfire in san bernardino county forced over a thousand people to evacuate their homes. North of los angeles california remains on pace to record its worst ever fire season topping. The previous record set in two thousand twenty and greece's prime minister is calling radical action to address the climate crisis after a record shattering heatwave fuel devastating wildfires that sparked panic evacuations and vast plumes of smoke across southern europe. The prime minister qiriako smits attack us address. The greek parliament polycom recognized that dealing with the climate crisis is forcing us to change everything. The way we produce agricultural products how we move around how we generate energy and the way we build our homes. Everything must change in this. Immense effort to mitigate the impact of climate crisis to whatever extent possible and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org warren peace report. I made me goodman joined by democracy. Now co nermeen shave hi nermeen. Hi amy and welcome to our listeners. And view as across the country and around the world as the united states begins the final phase of the us citizens and afghan allies from kabul airport. We begin today's show with an afghan college lecturer who's decided to stay in kabul while he helps others leave. His name is obey the law but here he just wrote a piece for the australian family review titled my family fought alongside the taliban. But i'm afraid for my friends. He begins the piece by writing when kabul fell on sunday. My father went on live. Tv to congratulate the taliban on their glorious victory. as i watched him praise the jihadists. My phone buzzed with panic. Messages from friends who are terrified that taliban fighters would kill them in their homes. Abide laws grandfather school dane. Hekmatyar one of afghanistan's most notorious warlords. He was once nicknamed the butcher of kabul. His father was jailed at a cia torture site as well as the baghram. Airbase by Here's a lecturer. At american university of afghanistan where he teaches a course on transitional justice. He's joining us now. From kabul we welcome you to democracy now. There's so much to talk about. But if you could start by saying why you have made the decision to stay in kabul as you help so many of your friends try to race to kabul airport to leave and then talk about how that fits into your family's history. Thank you for having me amy. Nermeen lucky enough to talk to nermeen. Not then after the initial fall of kabul But we sort of with everything that was going on. It was difficult to stay in touch. Also that piece that i wrote was on the economists. Don't under sell me amy. Thank you for having me here So again just like you said i do. Enjoy a certain safety net. That means that. I have the privilege to be able do things. Other people might not be and not necessarily means that it incurs responsibility that means that i have a lot more people. Look up to me For hope i had to go on bbc. The two hours after kabul fell. Because i was my my students were freaking out and they needed someone to speak sense to them. And i know it's bleak but I'm helping my friends who are under a physical threat. I have students who are reaching out to me who i have conversations with an when i understand that they aren't under an immediate threat. I do encourage them to stay in the country. Because this country needs more educated people the ministries are gallstones. And they're not going to have enough technocrats for a functioning government to Be in place That's why some of us have to stay behind. I guess it's it's my way of laying claim to my land as well and a better. Could you explain how as you've talked about your unique position given your family's history and also your experience teaching and living in a post dobbin von aslan. What position does that put you in a regarding possible. A possible role in the transition from a pre to post-taliban sorry.

kabul emmanuel ame church white state police Officer jacob brown Larry bowman Louisiana state police bowman ronald green United nations qiriako smits greek parliament taliban national oceanic and atmospher charleston south carolina louisiana us aaron
"jacob brown" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:45 min | 3 weeks ago

"jacob brown" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"A us appeals. Court has upheld the conviction and death. Sentence of white supremacists dylann roof. Who murdered nine. Black worshipers at the historic emmanuel ame church in charleston south carolina in june. Two thousand. Fifteen in two thousand seventeen roof became the first federal prisoners sentenced to death for a hate crime. A warning tour audience. This story contains graphic footage of police violence in louisiana a lawyer for a black motorist who is brutally beaten by white state police trooper more than two years ago has obtained body camera video of the incident. The video from may two thousand nineteen was also obtained by the associated. Press it shows. Officer jacob brown striking. aaron. Larry bowman with a flashlight. Eighteen times. The assault left bowman with a broken jaw broken wrists three broken ribs. Six stitches on his head. Louisiana state police waited five hundred thirty six days to open an investigation. Only did so after bowman brought a civil lawsuit last december state prosecutors charged officer brown with aggravated battery and malfeasance in office. Those charges remain on hold pending federal investigation. Brown is from the same state police unit known as troop f whose officers killed ronald green. A forty nine year old black man by tasers punching and dragging him during arrest in two thousand nineteen troop f is under an internal investigation looking into whether white officers are systematically targeting black motorists for abuse in climate news. The national oceanic and atmospheric administration n-o-a-a reports atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide reached their highest levels in human history last year averaging more than four hundred twelve parts per million that's despite a modest slowdown emission student corona virus pandemic last year no also reports global average sea level rose to a new record high about three point six inches above nineteen ninety-three levels when satellite measurements began. United nations is warning. Madagascar is on the precipice of the world's first climate change famine. With about thirty thousand people experiencing the highest level of food insecurity recognized by the un severe hunger and famine are being driven by drought deforestation and desertification. That's leftover one point one million of madagascar's residents in need of humanitarian assistance. A world food program official called the situation unprecedented adding these people have done nothing to contribute to climate change. They don't burn fossil fuels and yet they're bearing the brunt of climate change unquote in northern california. The massive called or fire has spread less than twenty miles from population centers. In lake tahoe destroyed. Hundreds of homes in southern california rapidly expanding brushfire in san bernardino county forced over a thousand people to evacuate their homes. North of los angeles california remains on pace to record its worst ever fire season topping. The previous record set in twenty twenty and greece's prime minister is calling radical action to address the climate crisis after a record shattering heatwave fuel devastating wildfires that sparked panic evacuations sent vast plumes of smoke across southern europe. The prime minister qiriako smits attack us address. The greek parliament somehow polycom. We recognize the dealing with the climate. Crisis is forcing us to change everything. The way we produce agricultural products how we move around how we generate energy and the way we build our homes. Everything must change in this. Immense effort to mitigate the impact of climate crisis to whatever extent possible and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot. Org warren peace report. I made me goodman joined by democracy. Now co nermeen shave hi nermeen. Hi amy and welcome to our listeners. And view as across the country and around the world as the united states begins the final phase of the accusations of us citizens and afghan allies from kabul airport. We begin today's show with an afghan college lecturer who's decided to stay in kabul while he helps others leave. His name is obey the law but here he just wrote a piece for the australian family review titled my family fought alongside the taliban. But i'm afraid for my friends. He begins the piece by writing when kabul fell on sunday. My father went on live. Tv to congratulate the taliban on their glorious victory. as i watched him praise the jihadists. My phone buzzed with panic. Messages from friends who are terrified that taliban fighters would kill them in their homes. Abide laws grandfather school dane. Hekmatyar one of afghanistan's most notorious warlords. He was once nicknamed the butcher of kabul. His father was jailed at a cia torture site as well as the baghram. Airbase by Here's a lecturer. At american university of afghanistan where he teaches a course on transitional justice. He's joining us now. From kabul we welcome you to democracy now. There's so much to talk about. But if you could start by saying why you have made the decision to stay in kabul as you help so many of your friends try to race to kabul airport to leave and then talk about how that fits into your family's history having me. Amy nermeen lucky enough to talk to nermeen. Not then after the initial fall of kabul But we sort of with everything that was going on. It was difficult to stay in touch. Also that piece that i wrote was on the economists. Don't under sell me amy. Thank you for having me here So again just like you said i do. Enjoy a certain safety net. That means that. I have the privilege to be able do things. Other people might not be and not necessarily means that it incurs responsibility that means that i have a lot more people. Look up to me For hope i had to go on bbc. The two hours after kabul fell. Because i was my my students were freaking out and they needed someone to speak sense to them. And i know it's bleak but I'm helping my friends who are under a physical threat. I have students who are reaching out to me who i have conversations with an when i understand that they aren't under an immediate threat. I do encourage them to stay in the country. Because this country needs more educated people the ministries are gallstones. And they're not going to have enough technocrats for a functioning government to Be in place That's why some of us have to stay behind. I guess it's it's my way of laying claim to my land as well and a better. Could you explain how as you've talked about your unique position given your family's history and also your experience teaching and living in a post dobbin von aslan. What position does that put you in a regarding possible. A possible role in the transition from a pre to post post-taliban sorry.

kabul emmanuel ame church white state police Officer jacob brown Larry bowman Louisiana state police bowman ronald green United nations qiriako smits greek parliament taliban Org warren national oceanic and atmospher charleston south carolina louisiana us aaron
"jacob brown" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:45 min | 3 weeks ago

"jacob brown" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"A us appeals. Court has upheld the conviction and death. Sentence of white supremacists dylann roof. Who murdered nine. Black worshipers at the historic emmanuel ame church in charleston south carolina in june. Two thousand. Fifteen in two thousand seventeen roof became the first federal prisoners sentenced to death for a hate crime. A warning tour audience. This story contains graphic footage of police violence in louisiana a lawyer for a black motorist who is brutally beaten by white state police trooper more than two years ago has obtained body camera video of the incident. The video from may two thousand nineteen was also obtained by the associated. Press it shows. Officer jacob brown striking. aaron. Larry bowman with a flashlight. Eighteen times. The assault left bowman with a broken jaw broken wrists three broken ribs. Six stitches on his head. Louisiana state police waited five hundred thirty six days to open an investigation. Only did so after bowman brought a civil lawsuit last december state prosecutors charged officer brown with aggravated battery and malfeasance in office. Those charges remain on hold pending federal investigation. Brown is from the same state police unit known as troop f whose officers killed ronald green. A forty nine year old black man by tasers punching and dragging him during arrest in two thousand nineteen troop f is under an internal investigation looking into whether white officers are systematically targeting black motorists for abuse in climate news. The national oceanic and atmospheric administration n-o-a-a reports atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide reached their highest levels in human history last year averaging more than four hundred twelve parts per million that's despite a modest slowdown emission student corona virus pandemic last year no also reports global average sea level rose to a new record high about three point six inches above nineteen ninety-three levels when satellite measurements began. United nations is warning. Madagascar is on the precipice of the world's first climate change famine. With about thirty thousand people experiencing the highest level of food insecurity recognized by the un severe hunger and famine are being driven by drought deforestation and desertification. That's leftover one point one million of madagascar's residents in need of humanitarian assistance. A world food program official called the situation unprecedented adding these people have done nothing to contribute to climate change. They don't burn fossil fuels and yet they're bearing the brunt of climate change unquote in northern california. The massive called or fire has spread less than twenty miles from population centers. In lake tahoe. After it destroyed hundreds of homes in southern california rapidly expanding brushfire in san bernardino county forced over a thousand people to evacuate their homes. North of los angeles california remains on pace to record. Its worst ever fire season topping the previous record set. In twenty twenty and greece's prime minister is calling radical action to address the climate crisis after a record shattering heatwave fuel devastating wildfires that sparked panic evacuations sent vast plumes of smoke across southern europe. The prime minister ryoko smits attack us address. The greek parliament somehow polycom. We recognize the dealing with the climate. Crisis is forcing us to change everything. The way we produce agricultural products how we move around how we generate energy and the way we build our homes. Everything must change in this. Immense effort to mitigate the impact of climate crisis to whatever extent possible and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot. Org warren peace report. I made me goodman joined by democracy. Now co nermeen shave hi nermeen. Hi amy and welcome to our listeners. And view as across the country and around the world as the united states begins the final phase of evacuate citizens and afghan allies from kabul airport. We begin today's show with an afghan college lecturer who's decided to stay in kabul while he helps others leave. His name is obey the law but here he just wrote a piece for the australian family review titled my family fought alongside the taliban. But i'm afraid for my friends. He begins the piece by writing when kabul fell on sunday. My father went on live. Tv to congratulate the taliban on their glorious victory. as i watched him praise the jihadists. My phone buzzed with panic. Messages from friends who are terrified that taliban fighters would kill them in their homes. Abide laws grandfather school dane. Hekmatyar one of afghanistan's most notorious warlords. He was once nicknamed the butcher of kabul. His father was jailed at a cia torture site as well as the baghram. Airbase by Here's a lecturer. At american university of afghanistan where he teaches a course on transitional justice. He's joining us now. From kabul we welcome you to democracy now. There's so much to talk about. But if you could start by saying why you have made the decision to stay in kabul as you help so many of your friends try to race to kabul airport to leave and then talk about how that fits into your family's history. Thank you for having me amy. Nermeen lucky enough to talk to nermeen. Not then after the initial fall of kabul But we sort of with everything that was going on. It was difficult to stay in touch. Also that piece that i wrote was on the economists. Don't under sell me amy. Thank you for having me here So again just like you said i do. Enjoy a certain safety net. That means that. I have the privilege to be able do things. Other people might not be and not necessarily means that it incurs responsibility that means that i have a lot more people. Look up to me For hope i had to go on bbc. The two hours after kabul fell. Because i was my my students were freaking out and they needed someone to speak sense to them. And i know it's bleak but I'm helping my friends who are under a physical threat. I have students who are reaching out to me who i have conversations with an when i understand that they aren't under an immediate threat. I do encourage them to stay in the country. Because this country needs more educated people the ministries are gallstones. And they're not going to have enough technocrats for a functioning government to Be in place That's why some of us have to stay behind. I guess it's It's my way of laying claim to my land as well and a better. Could you explain how as you've talked about your unique position given your family's history and also your experience teaching and living in a post dobbin von aslan. What position does that put you in a regarding possible. A possible role in the transition from a pre to post post-taliban sorry.

kabul emmanuel ame church white state police Officer jacob brown Larry bowman Louisiana state police bowman ronald green United nations ryoko smits greek parliament taliban Org warren national oceanic and atmospher charleston south carolina louisiana aaron
"jacob brown" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:44 min | 3 weeks ago

"jacob brown" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"A us appeals. Court has upheld the conviction and death. Sentence of white supremacists dylann roof. Who murdered nine. Black worshipers at the historic emmanuel ame church in charleston south carolina in june. Two thousand. Fifteen in two thousand seventeen roof became the first federal prisoners sentenced to death for a hate crime. A warning tour audience. This story contains graphic footage of police violence in louisiana a lawyer for a black motorist who is brutally beaten by white state police trooper more than two years ago has obtained body camera video of the incident. The video from may two thousand nineteen was also obtained by the associated. Press it shows. Officer jacob brown striking. aaron. Larry bowman with a flashlight. Eighteen times. The assault left bowman with a broken jaw broken wrists three broken ribs. Six stitches on his head. Louisiana state police waited five hundred thirty six days to open an investigation. Only did so after bowman brought a civil lawsuit last december state prosecutors charged officer brown with aggravated battery and malfeasance in office. Those charges remain on hold pending federal investigation. Brown is from the same state police unit known as troop f whose officers killed ronald green. A forty nine year old black man by tasers punching and dragging him during arrest in two thousand nineteen troop f is under an internal investigation looking into whether white officers are systematically targeting black motorists for abuse in climate news. The national oceanic and atmospheric administration n-o-a-a reports atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide reached their highest levels in human history last year averaging more than four hundred twelve parts per million that's despite a modest slowdown emission student corona virus pandemic last year no also reports global average sea level rose to a new record high about three point six inches above nineteen ninety-three levels when satellite measurements began. United nations is warning. Madagascar is on the precipice of the world's first climate change famine. With about thirty thousand people experiencing the highest level of food insecurity recognized by the un severe hunger and famine are being driven by drought deforestation and desertification. That's leftover one point one million of madagascar's residents in need of humanitarian assistance. A world food program official called the situation unprecedented adding these people have done nothing to contribute to climate change. They don't burn fossil fuels and yet they're bearing the brunt of climate change unquote in northern california. The massive called or fire has spread less than twenty miles from population centers. In lake tahoe. After it destroyed hundreds of homes in southern california rapidly expanding brushfire in san bernardino county forced over a thousand people to evacuate their homes. North of los angeles california remains on pace to record. Its worst ever fire season topping the previous record set. In twenty twenty and greece's prime minister is calling radical action to address the climate crisis after a record shattering heatwave fuel devastating wildfires that sparked panic evacuations and vast plumes of smoke across southern europe. The prime minister ryoko smits attack us address. The greek parliament polycom recognized that dealing with the climate crisis is forcing us to change everything. The way we produce agricultural products how we move around how we generate energy and the way we build our homes. Everything must change in this. Immense effort to mitigate the impact of climate crisis to whatever extent possible and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org warren peace report. I made me goodman joined by democracy. Now co nermeen shave hi nermeen. Hi amy and welcome to our listeners. And view as across the country and around the world as the united states begins the final phase of the accusations of us citizens and afghan allies from kabul airport. We begin today's show with an afghan college lecturer who's decided to stay in kabul while he helps others leave. His name is obey the law but here he just wrote a piece for the australian family review titled my family fought alongside the taliban. But i'm afraid for my friends. He begins the piece by writing when kabul fell on sunday. My father went on live. Tv to congratulate the taliban on their glorious victory. as i watched him praise the jihadists. My phone buzzed with panic. Messages from friends who are terrified that taliban fighters would kill them in their homes. Abide laws grandfather school dane. Hekmatyar one of afghanistan's most notorious warlords. He was once nicknamed the butcher of kabul. His father was jailed at a cia torture site as well as the baghram. Airbase by Here's a lecturer. At american university of afghanistan where he teaches a course on transitional justice. He's joining us now. From kabul we welcome you to democracy now. There's so much to talk about. But if you could start by saying why you have made the decision to stay in kabul as you help so many of your friends try to race to kabul airport to leave and then talk about how that fits into your family's history. Thank you for having me amy. Nermeen lucky enough to talk to nermeen. Not then after the initial fall of kabul But we sort of with everything that was going on. It was difficult to stay in touch. Also that piece that i wrote was on the economists. Don't under sell me amy. Thank you for having me here So again just like you said i do. Enjoy a certain safety net. That means that. I have the privilege to be able do things. Other people might not be and not necessarily means that it incurs responsibility that means that i have a lot more people. Look up to me For hope i had to go on bbc. The two hours after kabul fell. Because i was my my students were freaking out and they needed someone to speak sense to them. And i know it's bleak but I'm helping my friends who are under a physical threat. I have students who are reaching out to me who i have conversations with an when i understand that they aren't under an immediate threat. I do encourage them to stay in the country. Because this country needs more educated people the ministries are gallstones. And they're not going to have enough technocrats for a functioning government to Be in place That's why some of us have to stay behind. I guess it's it's my way of laying claim to my land as well and a better. Could you explain how as you've talked about your unique position given your family's history and also your experience teaching and living in a post dobbin von aslan. What position does that put you in a regarding possible. A possible role in the transition from a pre to post taliban.

kabul emmanuel ame church white state police Officer jacob brown Larry bowman Louisiana state police bowman ronald green United nations ryoko smits greek parliament taliban national oceanic and atmospher charleston south carolina louisiana us aaron
"jacob brown" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:44 min | 3 weeks ago

"jacob brown" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"A us appeals. Court has upheld the conviction and death. Sentence of white supremacists dylann roof. Who murdered nine. Black worshipers at the historic emmanuel ame church in charleston south carolina in june. Two thousand. Fifteen in two thousand seventeen roof became the first federal prisoners sentenced to death for a hate crime. A warning tour audience. This story contains graphic footage of police violence in louisiana a lawyer for a black motorist who is brutally beaten by white state police trooper more than two years ago has obtained body camera video of the incident. The video from may two thousand nineteen was also obtained by the associated. Press it shows. Officer jacob brown striking. aaron. Larry bowman with a flashlight. Eighteen times. The assault left bowman with a broken jaw broken wrists three broken ribs. Six stitches on his head. Louisiana state police waited five hundred thirty six days to open an investigation. Only did so after bowman brought a civil lawsuit last december state prosecutors charged officer brown with aggravated battery and malfeasance in office. Those charges remain on hold pending federal investigation. Brown is from the same state police unit known as troop f whose officers killed ronald green. A forty nine year old black man by tasers punching and dragging him during arrest in two thousand nineteen troop f is under an internal investigation looking into whether white officers are systematically targeting black motorists for abuse in climate news. The national oceanic and atmospheric administration n-o-a-a reports atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide reached their highest levels in human history last year averaging more than four hundred twelve parts per million that's despite a modest slowdown emission student corona virus pandemic last year no also reports global average sea level rose to a new record high about three point six inches above nineteen ninety-three levels when satellite measurements began. United nations is warning. Madagascar is on the precipice of the world's first climate change famine. With about thirty thousand people experiencing the highest level of food insecurity recognized by the un severe hunger and famine are being driven by drought deforestation and desertification. That's leftover one point one million of madagascar's residents in need of humanitarian assistance. A world food program official called the situation unprecedented adding these people have done nothing to contribute to climate change. They don't burn fossil fuels and yet they're bearing the brunt of climate change unquote in northern california. The massive called or fire has spread less than twenty miles from population centers. In lake tahoe. After it destroyed hundreds of homes in southern california rapidly expanding brushfire in san bernardino county forced over a thousand people to evacuate their homes. North of los angeles california remains on pace to record. Its worst ever fire season topping the previous record set. In twenty twenty and greece's prime minister is calling radical action to address the climate crisis after a record shattering heatwave fuel devastating wildfires that sparked panic evacuations sent vast plumes of smoke across southern europe. The prime minister qiriako smits attack us address. The greek parliament somehow polycom. We recognize the dealing with the climate. Crisis is forcing us to change everything. The way we produce agricultural products how we move around how we generate energy and the way we build our homes. Everything must change in this. Immense effort to mitigate the impact of climate crisis to whatever extent possible and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot. Org warren peace report. I made me goodman joined by democracy. Now co nermeen shave hi nermeen. Hi amy and welcome to our listeners. And view as across the country and around the world as the united states begins the final phase of the accusations of us citizens and afghan allies from kabul airport. We begin today's show with an afghan college lecturer who's decided to stay in kabul while he helps others leave. His name is obey the law but here he just wrote a piece for the australian family review titled my family fought alongside the taliban. But i'm afraid for my friends. He begins the piece by writing when kabul fell on sunday. My father went on live. Tv to congratulate the taliban on their glorious victory. as i watched him praise the jihadists. My phone buzzed with panic. Messages from friends who are terrified that taliban fighters would kill them in their homes. Abide laws grandfather school dane. Hekmatyar one of afghanistan's most notorious warlords. He was once nicknamed the butcher of kabul. His father was jailed at a cia torture site as well as the baghram. Airbase abide Here's a lecturer. At american university of afghanistan where he teaches a course on transitional justice. He's joining us now. From kabul we welcome you to democracy now. There's so much to talk about. But if you could start by saying why you have made the decision to stay in kabul as you help so many of your friends try to race to kabul airport to leave and then talk about how that fits into your family's history. Thank you for having me amy. Nermeen lucky enough to talk to nermeen. Not then after the initial fall of kabul But we sort of with everything that was going on. It was difficult to stay in touch. Also that piece that i wrote was on the economists. Don't under sell me amy. Thank you for having me here So again just like you said i do. Enjoy a certain safety net. That means that. I have the privilege to be able do things. Other people might not be and not necessarily means that it incurs responsibility that means that i have a lot more people. Look up to me For hope i had to go on bbc. The two hours after kabul fell. Because i was my my students were freaking out and they needed someone to speak sense to them. And i know it's bleak but I'm helping my friends who are under a physical threat. I have students who are reaching out to me who i have conversations with an when i understand that they aren't under an immediate threat. I do encourage them to stay in the country. Because this country needs more educated people the ministries are gallstones. And they're not going to have enough technocrats for a functioning government to Be in place That's why some of us have to stay behind. I guess it's it's my way of laying claim to my land as well and a better. Could you explain how as you've talked about your unique position given your family's history and also your experience teaching and living in a post dobbin von aslan. What position does that put you in a regarding possible. A possible role in the transition from a pre to post taliban.

kabul emmanuel ame church white state police Officer jacob brown Larry bowman Louisiana state police bowman ronald green United nations qiriako smits greek parliament taliban Org warren national oceanic and atmospher charleston south carolina louisiana us aaron
"jacob brown" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:44 min | 3 weeks ago

"jacob brown" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"A us appeals. Court has upheld the conviction and death. Sentence of white supremacists dylann roof. Who murdered nine. Black worshipers at the historic emmanuel ame church in charleston south carolina in june. Two thousand. Fifteen in two thousand seventeen roof became the first federal prisoners sentenced to death for a hate crime. A warning tour audience. This story contains graphic footage of police violence in louisiana a lawyer for a black motorist who is brutally beaten by white state police trooper more than two years ago has obtained body camera video of the incident. The video from may two thousand nineteen was also obtained by the associated. Press it shows. Officer jacob brown striking. aaron. Larry bowman with a flashlight. Eighteen times. The assault left bowman with a broken jaw broken wrists three broken ribs. Six stitches on his head. Louisiana state police waited five hundred thirty six days to open an investigation. Only did so after bowman brought a civil lawsuit last december state prosecutors charged officer brown with aggravated battery and malfeasance in office. Those charges remain on hold pending federal investigation. Brown is from the same state. Police unit known as troop f. Whose officers killed ronald green of forty nine year old black man by tasers punching and dragging him during arrest in two thousand nineteen troop f is under an internal investigation looking into whether white officers are systematically targeting black motorists for abuse in climate news. The national oceanic and atmospheric administration n-o-a-a reports atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide reached their highest levels in human history last year averaging more than four hundred twelve parts per million. that's despite a modest slowdown emission student corona virus pandemic last year no also reports global average sea level rose to a new record high about three point six inches above nineteen ninety-three levels when satellite measurements began. United nations is warning. Madagascar is on the precipice of the world's first climate change famine with about thirty thousand people experiencing the highest level of food insecurity recognized by the un severe hunger and famine are being driven by drought deforestation and desertification. that's leftover one point one million of madagascar's residents in need of humanitarian assistance. A world food program official called the situation unprecedented adding these people have done nothing to contribute to climate change. They don't burn fossil fuels and yet they're bearing the brunt of climate change unquote in northern california. The massive called or fire has spread less than twenty miles from population centers. In lake tahoe. After it destroyed hundreds of homes in southern california rapidly expanding brushfire in san bernardino county forced over a thousand people to evacuate their homes. North of los angeles california remains on pace to record. Its worst ever fire season topping the previous record set. In twenty twenty and greece's prime minister is calling radical action to address the climate crisis after a record shattering heatwave fuel devastating wildfires that sparked panic evacuations and vast plumes of smoke across southern europe. The prime minister ryoko smits attack us address. The greek parliament somehow polycom. We recognize the dealing with the climate. Crisis is forcing us to change everything. The way we produce agricultural products how we move around how we generate energy and the way we build our homes. Everything must change in this. Immense effort to mitigate the impact of climate crisis to whatever extent possible and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot. Org warren peace report. I made me goodman joined by democracy. Now co nermeen shave hi nermeen. Hi amy and welcome to our listeners. And view as across the country and around the world as the united states begins the final phase of the accusations of us citizens and afghan allies from kabul airport. We begin today's show with an afghan college lecturer who's decided to stay in kabul while he helps others leave. His name is obey the law but here he just wrote a piece for the australian family review titled my family fought alongside the taliban. But i'm afraid for my friends. He begins the piece by writing when kabul fell on sunday. My father went on live. Tv to congratulate the taliban on their glorious victory. as i watched him praise the jihadists. My phone buzzed with panic. Messages from friends who are terrified that taliban fighters would kill them in their homes. Abide laws grandfather school dane. Hekmatyar one of afghanistan's most notorious warlords. He was once nicknamed the butcher of kabul. His father was jailed at a cia torture site as well as the baghram. Airbase by Here's a lecturer. At american university of afghanistan where he teaches a course on transitional justice. He's joining us now. From kabul we welcome you to democracy now. There's so much to talk about. But if you could start by saying why you have made the decision to stay in kabul as you help so many of your friends try to race to kabul airport to leave and then talk about how that fits into your family's history. Thank you for having me amy. Nermeen lucky enough to talk to nermeen. Not then after the initial fall of kabul But we sort of with everything that was going on. It was difficult to stay in touch. Also that piece that i wrote was on the economists. Don't under sell me amy. Thank you for having me here So again just like you said i do. Enjoy a certain safety net. That means that. I have the privilege to be able do things. Other people might not be and not necessarily means that it incurs responsibility that means that i have a lot more people. Look up to me For hope i had to go on bbc. The two hours after kabul fell. Because i was my my students were freaking out and they needed someone to speak sense to them. And i know it's bleak but I'm helping my friends who are under a physical threat. I have students who are reaching out to me who i have conversations with an when i understand that they aren't under an immediate threat. I do encourage them to stay in the country. Because this country needs more educated people the ministries are gallstones. And they're not going to have enough technocrats for a functioning government to Be in place That's why some of us have to stay behind. I guess it's it's my way of laying claim to my land as well and a better. Could you explain how as you've talked about your unique position given your family's history and also your experience teaching and living in a post dobbin von aslan. What position does that put you in a regarding possible. A possible role in the transition from a pre to post taliban.

kabul emmanuel ame church white state police Officer jacob brown Larry bowman Louisiana state police bowman ronald green United nations ryoko smits greek parliament taliban Org warren national oceanic and atmospher charleston south carolina louisiana us aaron
"jacob brown" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

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07:44 min | 3 weeks ago

"jacob brown" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"A us appeals. Court has upheld the conviction and death. Sentence of white supremacists dylann roof. Who murdered nine. Black worshipers at the historic emmanuel ame church in charleston south carolina in june. Two thousand. Fifteen in two thousand seventeen roof became the first federal prisoners sentenced to death for a hate crime. A warning tour audience. This story contains graphic footage of police violence in louisiana a lawyer for a black motorist who is brutally beaten by white state police trooper more than two years ago has obtained body camera video of the incident. The video from may two thousand nineteen was also obtained by the associated. Press it shows. Officer jacob brown striking. aaron. Larry bowman with a flashlight. Eighteen times. The assault left bowman with a broken jaw broken wrists three broken ribs. Six stitches on his head. Louisiana state police waited five hundred thirty six days to open an investigation. Only did so after bowman brought a civil lawsuit last december state prosecutors charged officer brown with aggravated battery and malfeasance in office. Those charges remain on hold pending federal investigation. Brown is from the same state police unit known as troop f whose officers killed ronald green. A forty nine year old black man by tasers punching and dragging him during arrest in two thousand nineteen troop f is under an internal investigation looking into whether white officers are systematically targeting black motorists for abuse in climate news. The national oceanic and atmospheric administration n-o-a-a reports atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide reached their highest levels in human history last year averaging more than four hundred twelve parts per million that's despite a modest slowdown emission student corona virus pandemic last year no also reports global average sea level rose to a new record high about three point six inches above nineteen ninety-three levels when satellite measurements began. United nations is warning. Madagascar is on the precipice of the world's first climate change famine. With about thirty thousand people experiencing the highest level of food insecurity recognized by the un severe hunger and famine are being driven by drought deforestation and desertification. That's leftover one point one million of madagascar's residents in need of humanitarian assistance. A world food program official called the situation unprecedented adding these people have done nothing to contribute to climate change. They don't burn fossil fuels and yet they're bearing the brunt of climate change unquote in northern california. The massive called or fire has spread less than twenty miles from population centers. In lake tahoe. After it destroyed hundreds of homes in southern california rapidly expanding brushfire in san bernardino county forced over a thousand people to evacuate their homes. North of los angeles california remains on pace to record. Its worst ever fire season topping the previous record set. In twenty twenty and greece's prime minister is calling radical action to address the climate crisis after a record shattering heatwave fuel devastating wildfires that sparked panic evacuations and vast plumes of smoke across southern europe. The prime minister carioca smits attack us address. The greek parliament somehow polycom. We recognize the dealing with the climate. Crisis is forcing us to change everything. The way we produce agricultural products how we move around how we generate energy and the way we build our homes. Everything must change in this. Immense effort to mitigate the impact of climate crisis to whatever extent possible and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot. Org warren peace report. I made me goodman joined by democracy. Now co nermeen shave hi nermeen. Hi amy and welcome to our listeners. And view as across the country and around the world as the united states begins the final phase of the accusations of us citizens and afghan allies from kabul airport. We begin today's show with an afghan college lecturer who's decided to stay in kabul while he helps others leave. His name is obey the law but here he just wrote a piece for the australian family review titled my family fought alongside the taliban. But i'm afraid for my friends. He begins the piece by writing when kabul fell on sunday. My father went on live. Tv to congratulate the taliban on their glorious victory. as i watched him praise the jihadists. My phone buzzed with panic. Messages from friends who are terrified that taliban fighters would kill them in their homes. Abide laws grandfather school dane. Hekmatyar one of afghanistan's most notorious warlords. He was once nicknamed the butcher of kabul. His father was jailed at a cia torture site as well as the baghram. Airbase abide Here's a lecturer. At american university of afghanistan where he teaches a course on transitional justice. He's joining us now. From kabul we welcome you to democracy now. There's so much to talk about. But if you could start by saying why you have made the decision to stay in kabul as you help so many of your friends try to race to kabul airport to leave and then talk about how that fits into your family's history. Thank you for having me amy. Nermeen lucky enough to talk to nermeen. Not then after the initial fall of kabul But we sort of with everything that was going on. It was difficult to stay in touch. Also that piece that i wrote was on the economists. Don't under sell me amy. Thank you for having me here So again just like you said i do. Enjoy a certain safety net. That means that. I have the privilege to be able do things. Other people might not be and not necessarily means that it incurs responsibility that means that i have a lot more people. Look up to me For hope i had to go on bbc. The two hours after kabul fell. Because i was my my students were freaking out and they needed someone to speak sense to them. And i know it's bleak but I'm helping my friends who are under a physical threat. I have students who are reaching out to me who i have conversations with an when i understand that they aren't under an immediate threat. I do encourage them to stay in the country. Because this country needs more educated people the ministries are gallstones. And they're not going to have enough technocrats for a functioning government to Be in place That's why some of us have to stay behind. I guess it's it's my way of laying claim to my land as well and a better. Could you explain how as you've talked about your unique position given your family's history and also your experience teaching and living in a post dobbin von aslan. What position does that put you in a regarding possible. A possible role in the transition from a pre to post taliban.

kabul emmanuel ame church white state police Officer jacob brown Larry bowman Louisiana state police bowman ronald green United nations carioca smits greek parliament taliban Org warren national oceanic and atmospher charleston south carolina louisiana us aaron
"jacob brown" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

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07:44 min | 3 weeks ago

"jacob brown" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"A us appeals. Court has upheld the conviction and death. Sentence of white supremacists dylann roof. Who murdered nine. Black worshipers at the historic emmanuel ame church in charleston south carolina in june. Two thousand. Fifteen in two thousand seventeen roof became the first federal prisoners sentenced to death for a hate crime. A warning tour audience. This story contains graphic footage of police violence in louisiana a lawyer for a black motorist who is brutally beaten by white state police trooper more than two years ago has obtained body camera video of the incident. The video from may two thousand nineteen was also obtained by the associated. Press it shows. Officer jacob brown striking. aaron. Larry bowman with a flashlight. Eighteen times. The assault left bowman with a broken jaw broken wrists three broken ribs. Six stitches on his head. Louisiana state police waited five hundred thirty six days to open an investigation. Only did so after bowman brought a civil lawsuit last december state prosecutors charged officer brown with aggravated battery and malfeasance in office. Those charges remain on hold pending federal investigation. Brown is from the same state police unit known as troop f whose officers killed ronald green. A forty nine year old black man by tasers punching and dragging him during arrest in two thousand nineteen troop f is under an internal investigation looking into whether white officers are systematically targeting black motorists for abuse in climate news. The national oceanic and atmospheric administration n-o-a-a reports atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide reached their highest levels in human history last year averaging more than four hundred twelve parts per million that's despite a modest slowdown emission student corona virus pandemic last year no also reports global average sea level rose to a new record high about three point six inches above nineteen ninety-three levels when satellite measurements began. United nations is warning. Madagascar is on the precipice of the world's first climate change famine. With about thirty thousand people experiencing the highest level of food insecurity recognized by the un severe hunger and famine are being driven by drought deforestation and desertification. That's leftover one point one million of madagascar's residents in need of humanitarian assistance. A world food program official called the situation unprecedented adding these people have done nothing to contribute to climate change. They don't burn fossil fuels and yet they're bearing the brunt of climate change unquote in northern california. The massive called or fire has spread less than twenty miles from population centers. In lake tahoe. After it destroyed hundreds of homes in southern california rapidly expanding brushfire in san bernardino county forced over a thousand people to evacuate their homes. North of los angeles california remains on pace to record its worst ever fire season topping. The previous record set in two thousand twenty and greece's prime minister is calling radical action to address the climate crisis after a record shattering heatwave fuel devastating wildfires that sparked panic evacuations sent vast plumes of smoke across southern europe. The prime minister qiriako smits attack us address. The greek parliament somehow polycom. We recognize the dealing with the climate. Crisis is forcing us to change everything. The way we produce agricultural products how we move around how we generate energy and the way we build our homes. Everything must change in this. Immense effort to mitigate the impact of climate crisis to whatever extent possible and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot. Org warren peace report. I made me goodman joined by democracy. Now co nermeen shave hi nermeen. Hi amy and welcome to our listeners. And view as across the country and around the world as the united states begins the final phase of the accusations of us citizens and afghan allies from kabul airport. We begin today's show with an afghan college lecturer who's decided to stay in kabul while he helps others leave. His name is obey the law but here he just wrote a piece for the australian family review titled my family fought alongside the taliban. But i'm afraid for my friends. He begins the piece by writing when kabul fell on sunday. My father went on live. Tv to congratulate the taliban on their glorious victory. as i watched him praise the jihadists. My phone buzzed with panic. Messages from friends who are terrified that taliban fighters would kill them in their homes. Abide laws grandfather school dane. Hekmatyar one of afghanistan's most notorious warlords. He was once nicknamed the butcher of kabul. His father was jailed at a cia torture site as well as the baghram. Airbase by Here's a lecturer. At american university of afghanistan where he teaches a course on transitional justice. He's joining us now. From kabul we welcome you to democracy now. There's so much to talk about. But if you could start by saying why you have made the decision to stay in kabul as you help so many of your friends try to race to kabul airport to leave and then talk about how that fits into your family's history. Thank you for having me amy. Nermeen lucky enough to talk to nermeen. Not then after the initial fall of kabul But we sort of with everything that was going on. It was difficult to stay in touch. Also that piece that i wrote was on the economists. Don't under sell me amy. Thank you for having me here So again just like you said i do. Enjoy a certain safety net. That means that. I have the privilege to be able do things. Other people might not be and not necessarily means that it incurs responsibility that means that i have a lot more people. Look up to me For hope i had to go on bbc. The two hours after kabul fell. Because i was my my students were freaking out and they needed someone to speak sense to them. And i know it's bleak but I'm helping my friends who are under a physical threat. I have students who are reaching out to me who i have conversations with an when i understand that they aren't under an immediate threat. I do encourage them to stay in the country. Because this country needs more educated people the ministries are gallstones. And they're not going to have enough technocrats for a functioning government to Be in place That's why some of us have to stay behind. I guess it's it's my way of laying claim to my land as well and a better. Could you explain how as you've talked about your unique position given your family's history and also your experience teaching and living in a post dobbin von aslan. What position does that put you in a regarding possible. A possible role in the transition from a pre to post taliban.

kabul emmanuel ame church white state police Officer jacob brown Larry bowman Louisiana state police bowman ronald green United nations qiriako smits greek parliament taliban Org warren national oceanic and atmospher charleston south carolina louisiana us aaron
"jacob brown" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

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07:44 min | 3 weeks ago

"jacob brown" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"A us appeals. Court has upheld the conviction and death. Sentence of white supremacists dylann roof. Who murdered nine. Black worshipers at the historic emmanuel ame church in charleston south carolina in june. Two thousand. Fifteen in two thousand seventeen roof became the first federal prisoners sentenced to death for a hate crime warning tour audience. This story contains graphic footage of police violence in louisiana a lawyer for a black motorist who is brutally beaten by white state police trooper more than two years ago has obtained body camera video of the incident. The video from may two thousand nineteen was also obtained by the associated. Press it shows. Officer jacob brown striking. aaron. Larry bowman with a flashlight. Eighteen times. The assault left bowman with a broken jaw. Broken risk three broken ribs six stitches on his head. Louisiana state police waited five hundred thirty six days to open an investigation. Only did so after bowman brought a civil lawsuit last december state prosecutors charged officer brown with aggravated battery and malfeasance in office. Those charges remain on hold pending federal investigation. Brown is from the same state police unit known as troop f whose officers killed ronald green. A forty nine year old black man by tasers punching and dragging him during arrest in two thousand nineteen troop f is under an internal investigation looking into whether white officers are systematically targeting black motorists for abuse in climate news. The national oceanic and atmospheric administration n-o-a-a reports atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide reached their highest levels in human history last year averaging more than four hundred twelve parts per million that's despite a modest slowdown emission student corona virus pandemic last year no also reports global average sea level rose to a new record high about three point six inches above nineteen ninety-three levels when satellite measurements began. United nations is warning. Madagascar is on the precipice of the world's first climate change famine. With about thirty thousand people experiencing the highest level of food insecurity recognized by the un severe hunger and famine are being driven by drought deforestation and desertification. That's leftover one point one million of madagascar's residents in need of humanitarian assistance. A world food program official called the situation unprecedented adding these people have done nothing to contribute to climate change. They don't burn fossil fuels and yet they're bearing the brunt of climate change unquote in northern california. The massive called or fire has spread less than twenty miles from population centers. In lake tahoe. After it destroyed hundreds of homes in southern california rapidly expanding brushfire in san bernardino county forced over a thousand people to evacuate their homes. North of los angeles california remains on pace to record. Its worst ever fire season topping the previous record set. In twenty twenty and greece's prime minister is calling radical action to address the climate crisis after a record shattering heatwave fuel devastating wildfires that sparked panic evacuations sent vast plumes of smoke across southern europe. The prime minister carioca smits attack us address. The greek parliament somehow polycom. We recognize the dealing with the climate. Crisis is forcing us to change everything. The way we produce agricultural products how we move around how we generate energy and the way we build our homes. Everything must change in this. Immense effort to mitigate the impact of climate crisis to whatever extent plus and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot. Org warren peace report. I made me goodman joined by democracy. Now co nermeen shave hi nermeen. Hi amy and welcome to our listeners. And view as across the country and around the world as the united states begins the final phase of the accusations of us citizens and afghan allies from kabul airport. We begin today's show with an afghan college lecturer who's decided to stay in kabul while he helps others leave. His name is obey the law but here he just wrote a piece for the australian family review titled my family fought alongside the taliban. But i'm afraid for my friends. He begins the piece by writing when kabul fell on sunday. My father went on live. Tv to congratulate the taliban on their glorious victory. as i watched him praise the jihadists. My phone buzzed with panic. Messages from friends who are terrified that taliban fighters would kill them in their homes. Abide laws grandfather school dane. Hekmatyar one of afghanistan's most notorious warlords. He was once nicknamed the butcher of kabul. His father was jailed at a cia torture site as well as the baghram. Airbase by Here's a lecturer. At american university of afghanistan where he teaches a course on transitional justice. He's joining us now. From kabul we welcome you to democracy now. There's so much to talk about. But if you could start by saying why you have made the decision to stay in kabul as you help so many of your friends try to race to kabul airport to leave and then talk about how that fits into your family's history. Thank you for having me amy. Nermeen lucky enough to talk to nermeen. Not then after the initial fall of kabul But we sort of with everything that was going on. It was difficult to stay in touch. Also that piece that i wrote was on the economists. Don't under sell me amy. Thank you for having me here So again just like you said i do. Enjoy a certain safety net. That means that. I have the privilege to be able do things. Other people might not be and not necessarily means that it incurs responsibility that means that i have a lot more people. Look up to me For hope i had to go on bbc. The two hours after kabul fell. Because i was my my students were freaking out and they needed someone to speak sense to them. And i know it's bleak but I'm helping my friends who are under a physical threat. I have students who are reaching out to me who i have conversations with an when i understand that they aren't under an immediate threat. I do encourage them to stay in the country. Because this country needs more educated people the ministries are gallstones. And they're not going to have enough technocrats for a functioning government to Be in place That's why some of us have to stay behind. I guess it's it's my way of laying claim to my land as well and a better. Could you explain how as you've talked about your unique position given your family's history and also your experience teaching and living in a post dobbin von aslan. What position does that put you in a regarding possible. A possible role in the transition from a pre to post taliban.

kabul emmanuel ame church white state police Officer jacob brown Larry bowman Louisiana state police bowman ronald green United nations carioca smits greek parliament taliban Org warren national oceanic and atmospher charleston south carolina louisiana united states aaron
"jacob brown" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

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07:44 min | 3 weeks ago

"jacob brown" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"A us appeals. Court has upheld the conviction and death. Sentence of white supremacists dylann roof. Who murdered nine. Black worshipers at the historic emmanuel ame church in charleston south carolina in june. Two thousand. Fifteen in two thousand seventeen roof became the first federal prisoners sentenced to death for a hate crime. A warning tour audience. This story contains graphic footage of police violence in louisiana a lawyer for a black motorist who is brutally beaten by white state police trooper more than two years ago has obtained body camera video of the incident. The video from may two thousand nineteen was also obtained by the associated. Press it shows. Officer jacob brown striking. aaron. Larry bowman with a flashlight. Eighteen times. The assault left bowman with a broken jaw broken wrists three broken ribs. Six stitches on his head. Louisiana state police waited five hundred thirty six days to open an investigation. Only did so after bowman brought a civil lawsuit last december state prosecutors charged officer brown with aggravated battery and malfeasance in office. Those charges remain on hold pending federal investigation. Brown is from the same state. Police unit known as troop f. Whose officers killed ronald green of forty nine year old black man by tasers punching and dragging him during arrest in two thousand nineteen troop f is under an internal investigation looking into whether white officers are systematically targeting black motorists for abuse in climate news. The national oceanic and atmospheric administration n-o-a-a reports atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide reached their highest levels in human history last year averaging more than four hundred twelve parts per million. that's despite a modest slowdown emission student corona virus pandemic last year no also reports global average sea level rose to a new record high about three point six inches above nineteen ninety-three levels when satellite measurements began. United nations is warning. Madagascar is on the precipice of the world's first climate change famine with about thirty thousand people experiencing the highest level of food insecurity recognized by the un severe hunger and famine are being driven by drought deforestation and desertification. that's leftover one point one million of madagascar's residents in need of humanitarian assistance. A world food program official called the situation unprecedented adding these people have done nothing to contribute to climate change. They don't burn fossil fuels and yet they're bearing the brunt of climate change unquote in northern california. The massive called or fire has spread less than twenty miles from population centers. In lake tahoe. After it destroyed hundreds of homes in southern california rapidly expanding brushfire in san bernardino county forced over a thousand people to evacuate their homes. North of los angeles california remains on pace to record. Its worst ever fire season topping the previous record set. In twenty twenty and greece's prime minister is calling radical action to address the climate crisis after a record shattering heatwave fuel devastating wildfires that sparked panic evacuations sent vast plumes of smoke across southern europe. The prime minister rocco smits attack us address. The greek parliament somehow polycom. We recognize the dealing with the climate. Crisis is forcing us to change everything. The way we produce agricultural products how we move around how we generate energy and the way we build our homes. Everything must change in this. Immense effort to mitigate the impact of climate crisis to whatever extent possible and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot. Org warren peace report. I made me goodman joined by democracy. Now co nermeen shave hi nermeen. Hi amy and welcome to our listeners. And view as across the country and around the world as the united states begins the final phase of the accusations of us citizens and afghan allies from kabul airport. We begin today's show with an afghan college lecturer who's decided to stay in kabul while he helps others leave. His name is obey the law but here he just wrote a piece for the australian family review titled my family fought alongside the taliban. But i'm afraid for my friends. He begins the piece by writing when kabul fell on sunday. My father went on live. Tv to congratulate the taliban on their glorious victory. as i watched him praise the jihadists. My phone buzzed with panic. Messages from friends who are terrified that taliban fighters would kill them in their homes. Abide laws grandfather school dane. Hekmatyar one of afghanistan's most notorious warlords. He was once nicknamed the butcher of kabul. His father was jailed at a cia torture site as well as the baghram. Airbase by Here's a lecturer. At american university of afghanistan where he teaches a course on transitional justice. He's joining us now. From kabul we welcome you to democracy now. There's so much to talk about. But if you could start by saying why you have made the decision to stay in kabul as you help so many of your friends try to race to kabul airport to leave and then talk about how that fits into your family's history. Thank you for having me amy. Nermeen lucky enough to talk to nermeen. Not then after the initial fall of kabul But we sort of with everything that was going on. It was difficult to stay in touch. Also that piece that i wrote was on the economists. Don't under sell me amy. Thank you for having me here So again just like you said i do. Enjoy a certain safety net. That means that. I have the privilege to be able do things. Other people might not be and not necessarily means that it incurs responsibility that means that i have a lot more people. Look up to me For hope i had to go on bbc. The two hours after kabul fell. Because i was my my students were freaking out and they needed someone to speak sense to them. And i know it's bleak but I'm helping my friends who are under a physical threat. I have students who are reaching out to me who i have conversations with an when i understand that they aren't under an immediate threat. I do encourage them to stay in the country. Because this country needs more educated people the ministries are gallstones. And they're not going to have enough technocrats for a functioning government to Be in place That's why some of us have to stay behind. I guess it's it's my way of laying claim to my land as well and a better. Could you explain how as you've talked about your unique position given your family's history and also your experience teaching and living in a post dobbin von aslan. What position does that put you in a regarding possible. A possible role in the transition from a pre to post taliban.

kabul emmanuel ame church white state police Officer jacob brown Larry bowman Louisiana state police bowman ronald green United nations rocco smits greek parliament taliban Org warren national oceanic and atmospher charleston south carolina louisiana us aaron
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77WABC Radio

01:52 min | 2 months ago

"jacob brown" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Holler and let's start in Atlanta, Metz taking on the Braves, Jacob deGrom got the starting for the first time All year showed us that he is indeed a mere mortal line. Drive down the right field line. That ball is smoke. That body is gone. This is the most runs Jacob Brown has given up in a game all year. Atlantis tagged him for three in the first Austin Riley hits a two run homer. Chip carry on the call for the Braves to Graham gives up three Hund runs in the first before pitching six shutout innings is ER is now an unacceptable 0.95, which, by the way, still leads all of baseball. The Mets tied the game in the top of the ninth of a Don Smith solo shot, but Freddie Freeman walks it off for the Braves in the bottom of the ninth. Seth Luego takes the loss and the Nets fall forward to three. The Yanks got rained out yesterday in the Bronx. After their brutal showing on Wednesday against the Angels. Yanks owner Hal Steinbrenner met with the media for the first time this season, and he's not happy. They're a group of very talented professional athletes that are playing this game at the highest level in the world. They need to fix this problem. They need to fix the problem because everyone, including our fan base, rightfully so has had enough. Quite frankly, it's enough. Yankees now 5.5 games out of the last wild card spot in a whopping nine games behind the first place Boston Red Sox. Both the Yankees and the nuts will look to turn it around. Tonight is the subway Series kicks off in the Bronx, Jordan, Montgomery and Taiwan. Walker expected to take the man for the bombers and the metropolitans Milwaukee for the NBA playoffs. The Yannis amounted to couple this Milwaukee Bucks managed to take care of business taking down the Atlanta Hawks won 23 to 1 12 while 33 points from Brook Lopez. It went 14 of 18 from the field. The Bucks will look to punch their ticket to the NBA Finals tomorrow night, up three games to two. As the series moves back to Atlanta. The Stanley Cup is back tonight as well. The Tampa Bay Lightning up two games to none of the Montreal Canadians to have to look to get back into it as a series moved to Montreal for the first time in the series, which sports on the thirties. I'm John O Holleran.

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"jacob brown" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:40 min | 2 months ago

"jacob brown" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The right field line. That ball is smoked. That body is gone. This is the most runs Jacob Brown has given up in a game all year. Atlantis tagged him for three in the first Austin Riley hits a two run homer chip carry on the call for the Braves. The Graham gives up three and runs in the first before pitching six shutout innings. Zero right now, an unacceptable 0.95. Which, by the way, still leads all of baseball. Then that's tied the game in the top of the ninth off Adam Smith solo shot, but Freddie Freeman walks it off for the Braves in the bottom of the ninth. Seth logo takes the loss and the Mets fall 4 to 3. Yankees got rained out in the Bronx yesterday afternoon after their brutal showing on Wednesday against the Angels Yanks owner How Steinbrenner met with the media for the first time this season, and he is not happy. They're a group of very talented professional athletes that are playing this game at the highest level in the world. They need to fix this problem. They need to fix the problem because everyone, including our fan base, rightfully so has had enough. Quite frankly, it's enough. Yankees now 5.5 games out of the last wild card spot in a whopping nine games beyond the first place Red Sox in the least both the Yankees and the nuts will look to turn it around tonight. As the subway Series kicks off in the Bronx, Jordan, Montgomery and Taiwan, Walker expected to take the map of the bombers and the metropolitans out Milwaukee for the NBA playoffs. The honest answer to come. Police box managed to take care of business taking down the Atlanta Hawks won 23 to 1 12 of 33 points from Brook Lopez, who won 14 of 18 from the field. The books. The Bucks will look to punch their ticket to the NBA Finals tomorrow night, up three games to two. As the series moves back to Atlanta. The Stanley Cup is back tonight as well. The Tampa Bay Lightning her up two games to none of the Montreal Canadians, the Habs look to get back into it as a series moves to Montreal for the first time in the series with sports on the thirties..

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Schultz has 3-point outing in Capitals 4-3 win over Sabres

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Schultz has 3-point outing in Capitals 4-3 win over Sabres

"Justin Schultz had a goal and two assists as the capital's knocked off the Sabres for three putting Washington back into a first place tie with the islanders in the east division Brendan Dillon open the scoring two thirty nine into the first and set up Alex events can seven hundred twenty seventh career goal nine minutes later Justin Schultz and Jacob brown also scored as the caps ended a two game losing streak VTech vantage check stopped thirty shots and improved to sixteen seven and three he leads all NHL rookies victories cage Thompson got the Sabres within a goal with one twenty left before the capitals hung on I'm Dave Ferrie

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"jacob brown" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:02 min | 7 months ago

"jacob brown" Discussed on WTOP

"Out Wall Street. Just play ball. The Dow is up 80 points. He hasn't be 500 Index is up three the NASDAQ's Down 18 money news in 10 Minutes own wtlv Sports at 15 and 45, powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red. 1 15 George Wallace. What's going down today? It's in Capitals action Tonight. Brennan capitals taken on the Penguins Jacob Brown in the capital's little Bit of a slump Right now, they lost to Pittsburgh given day. Now, four straight losses. See some similarity. Look at those losses. We feels like there's something in those 60 minutes we were gonna have Ah, Periods and those in the game in the whole game. Where where we kind of stopped playing. I think maybe we could be a little bit more hungry, even front of their net, trying to be more hungry or to score goals. I'll see if I can do that tonight against their rival, the Penguins. Yet again, Maryland is on the court tonight against Nebraska, first of two straight for marked urgent squad is his team beat Minnesota the other nights and now will play Nebraska on back to back nights, likes what he sees from his office continue to work on a continuing Better better sets. Guys remember in our place better now we've worked on it and just keep working on it so he can do And just when you make shots that makes things look a lot better remembering the place. That's always a good thing when you try to score the basketball Maryland will play tonight and tomorrow against Nebraska in college Park Novak Djokovic into his ninth semi final at the Australian Open, beat the five seed Alexander's there If Yesterday. This morning. I should say we're inside Serena Williams. Same deal beat the two seed Simona Halep. She will now take on they only Osaka. They will meet in the semi finals tomorrow as they met once before our met before the Australia over the 2018 Championship Wizards after two straight wins. Now we'll get the Nuggets next to wrap up their home stand. The Spurs have four players testing positive now and their other two games have been postponed five in all after the Spurs, including contact tracing as well toward Wallace..

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"jacob brown" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"jacob brown" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The album for the that would be okay with the closing arguments my name's Walter out some twenties news talk and live in thirty one of the three five FM six five one nine eight nine five eight five five is the number to call in with your reactions to the news tonight that Congress has voted to impeach Donald Trump hardly a shocker and this is been following a very predictable script it's going to continue to do so by all accounts and yet there are things that we need to say about it and so we shall but before we get that far and we talk to the first segment with the Jacob brown from Christian all actual dot com I got his two cents on the debate amongst conservatives in those on the right regarding whether or not **** ought to be banned by the government we have a call from Anna Minneapolis she wants to chime in on that topic welcome the showman thank you Walter I appreciate the chance to give my two cents worth sure and one of the things that there's a problem with this discussion is people are not differentiating between choreography and obscenity and we've had laws against obscenity which is illegal is not protected by the first amendment for decades and it's been defined by a Miller versus California the three point contest so we know what obscenity is it isn't something ambiguous and it's not something that the church is supposed to be handling on its own the government has a right to protect the safety of of its citizens and obscenity is a threat to to our safety and our our well.

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"jacob brown" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"jacob brown" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Is a a nine seven the answers the greens at six thirty three amounted to low with local news first here's what's going on a pair of New Jersey institute of technology police officers are being suspended after video arrived online showing what appears to be the very physical arrest of a minor the clip allegedly shows an officer straddling impartially needing on the back of a fifteen year old boy who had failed to stop at a stop sign while riding a bicycle school officials in the Essex County prosecutor's office are investigating and the officers involved are being kept on administrative leave millions of Americans hitting the rotor heading to the airport for the Labor Day weekend experts say around seventeen and a half million people will be flying that's up almost four percent from last year although traffic on the roadways shouldn't be as bad as Memorial Day or July fourth for one thing gas is cheaper on average nationwide that it was at this time last year the worst day for air travel is today and though many people returned from vacation to get back to work this coming Tuesday traffic volume will actually slowly increase over the next couple of weeks with kids back to school in sports Jacob brown give up to almost a Victor Kartini in a four to one loss to the cubs at Citi field basins of now lost six straight Yankees they were off they'll open up a series against the ETS at the stadium tonight stuck in traffic W. Ames got the answer thank you running out starting off on the island over a Montauk highway watch for closure is you get out toward the richest middle island road out through that bridges area it looks like an overturned vehicle so all lanes close there traffic is moving slowly on the eastbound go one is getting up toward ninety second street accident involving a bus was cleared but the ladies go back to the Verrazano in the Staten Island expressway eastbound jammed Hylan Boulevard out through the Verrazano as well stop and go traffic on the Harlem river drive south getting down toward the one forties in toward the one thirties L. I. E. westbound slowing down through Woodhaven Boulevard but a minor delay in at the queens midtown tunnel let's go out to seventy eight west found out by exit for that's an overturned vehicle two lanes blocked AT.

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"jacob brown" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"jacob brown" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Tracked by the radar Cape Canaveral we'll also go into the annals that blast provided import insurance runs in the eighties eight four win tonight over the reins here's Aaron Boone's reaction I told about time the waiting for that one for the last week or ten days are sold in common and I mean that's you know that's one of those that you know will will probably talk about it and see see on the highlights for for awhile but the tenth inning rally was ignited by DJ lemay you the savvy free agent signing who's nine eleven this year with the bases loaded he snapped a tie drove in a pair in the yanks were off and rolling towards an eight four victory Mets are off today somewhere in the schedule making office they really dropped the ball not only the Mets put the sixteens sixteen out of thirty didn't play on the fourth of July weird it's back home at city feel tomorrow the staggering Phillies were in town for the final series before the break Jacob brown will be on the mound trying to get the Mets closer to five hundred keep in mind though they won only three of their last ten games time to check that scoreboard in the Phillies game has just gone final Philadelphia losing again tonight they were beaten by the Braves twelve to eight games in progress Rangers running away from the angels a lead nine two heading to the eighth Dodgers up three nothing on the Padres everything else is final the Indians BKC eight to four was Washington five Miami two Tigers part of the white Sox limit of five red shut out the brewers won nothing ETS over Minnesota seventy two was comes eleven the pirates three cardinals age the mariners five four as we said the Braves crush the Phillies and the red Sox came from behind and knocked off the blue jays eight.

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"jacob brown" Discussed on Through the Wire

Through the Wire

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"jacob brown" Discussed on Through the Wire

"They're going to be said am is he not winning. You You know, know? I don't see them getting. They could reoccur straight their entire roster and sue us every two years. What's he he will be a free agent in the year after not this at the next season? They could reorder straight their roster because they have a lot of bad money off the books. So he could resign. They've wasn't they depths. Let's say Anthony, I know we haven't done a great job with putting a team around you before. But we have X amount of money. And we're gonna tell you to pick the players you want to try to get in that. So we go for if I'm I'm here. I'm here. I might tell him. I I might need a one year deal. See how was like a one plus one. All of the new. I think all players should think about that. If you're a star least if you're a player that's barely making it take all the money. You can't they also have the instant the injury thing. Right. So it's hard to turn down two hundred fifty on the table, right? All right next. One is Andy Davis and Solomon hill for Jalen Brown. Terry Rozier and a first round pick from that is impossible there the money. Don't work out. Terry is on a rookie contract. Jacob brown. Also, you would have to throw in like Gordon Hayward was about the pull Gordon Hayward. Then I thought it would be too much. But were Al Horford Baucus smart world arguing attack? I think so I don't think they don't. Okay it. Okay. Now with Solomon hill there. Thirteen million dollars. They just won't sell them here at all. I don't think they want him out. There was eighty thing. But they will have to ask the players for the for the player amount to work out. Don't have too many players the Duke players and things like that. So takes out on my hair out of that at a couple more picks because the clipper they have the grizzlies they have the second kings. So that's three picks. But that's funny because all three of those things wail they're playing well, do I still want them picks though? Recipes is okay, you get cut by the way, we keep going I radically around that time also route cut. Jabbar Varga for. Yes. Utah jazz. They can route that will make him twenty million to nothing what they would just twenty million. They would just trying to get rid of them. I don't know who they put in to work because I don't need the jazz. They don't have that. As I mentioned before for the ges. They Derrick favors was makes zero sense of jazz. It makes sense actually he produces for them. So I I don't know if there is an option your bus their drivers third overall overall pig. I think he has games now doesn't fit the modern NBA. But he's good. Yes. Still my point. He's not a star. I don't think he's a bus even he's been pretty solid and consistent as okra. And then when they're playing good. They have him at the filing. Right. And I think he plays better fat of the reading. Rubio and making fourteen million a year Fay was makes seventeen almost they they don't have. They don't have no back on. Yeah. They'll have but which is beautiful at the same time. I don't think they have much cap space either, right? Did they have much cap space either to I don't even know? Go through the next raid, though. Oh, it's a game the twenty million. I've yeah, I don't think no team can just take on. No, no team can take on twenty. You. Every board and goes to a happy situation. Eric Gordon PD tug for Brandon Ingram, Josh heart and a first round. Now, it makes no sense for the rock Senator. More time mpg taco for. Josh heart era gourd for brain. And he what? At first I had I had I thought he said Aaron Gordon Erie. Why wouldn't you want air? Gordon? What's been having a bad? So you fast. Yeah. And john..

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