15 Burst results for "Jennifer Rice"

"jennifer rice" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:41 min | 4 months ago

"jennifer rice" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And author like myself for The authors that comes after her, You know, just the hair is 22 to Martin. And the people like me like And now the SECNAV the table for You know, next year. I know it least six of my friends are coming out of black friends coming out with cookbooks. That's amazing, but most of that is possible due to the generations like Leah at night. Yeah. And It's just what also are a couple of kind of the favorite recipes that you enjoyed. I know they're all kind of. It's hard to probably pick one. But there are a few that stand out for you. Maybe this particular point in time today I I love that. My son that was part of it was born 16 2001 started the book and Being part of the whole journey of the rights, and so it saddens us past. I said, Ethiopian Door. What's the chickens do? And then the next day we make this past hour We got Tony and a little bit of greens into it. When you know they're even like eating it. He just like, you know, she had the shape of the past changes that we boil is and then see me tossing the Pastime, everything. So he's he's been part of this book, and it's been one of the blessings during the pandemic to After a rough day, come home to four year old that Just want to play itself and were there any recipes is you're kind of going through the process that really kind of pleasantly surprised you. That was kind of a cool discovery for you. Well, um You wanted. That was my partner in making the recipes, you know, both all three Say you wonder myself. We are way have African heritage who wanted to see from Nigeria and my from Ethiopia and just rediscovering so much from West African food, like the similarities between Let's say Jennifer Rice in the book and Jim Blier from Norman's, for example. They're real links there were thinking about Grits, and there's an African dish called pop to just constantly looking at the similarities. Similarities end Was being fun about the book, too, is for me to re engage with my friends that are across the country, you know? Rodney Scott's and Compton. You know, I'd wanted to Jordan and great good day. And just these amazing chef that You know that I wanted to make the book for truly and I'm so Glad that we have. We can in this moment be across the country, and that's also why we Mentioned in the book over 200 chefs in the back that we gave the instagram handle, too. So When people say Oh, I don't know any black chips in my neighborhood and like it should be impossible to say that because this is not New York or San Francisco black chefs, great black chefs are everywhere. You just have to do the research. We're talking with Marcus Samuelsson, chef television personality and author about his latest book, The Rise, Black Cooks and the Soul of American Food. And If You Have Any questions for him, give us a call at 8667336786. That's 8667336786. You can also get in touch on Twitter and Facebook. We're at KQED Forum or email Your questions to forum at kqed dot ord. Also welcoming you to shout out of favorite black owned restaurant or black chef that you know of whether they're professional or in your very own home. What you appreciate about their cooking. What makes it special to you? And we'll have more with Marcus Samuelsson.

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"jennifer rice" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:25 min | 10 months ago

"jennifer rice" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"All right. Numbers now favor Booker over McGrath after she came out of the gate the last couple of days with the mail in ballots. Malin is different than absentee. We went to a mail in ballot the last couple of months because of covert 19 overwhelming the numbers were humongous for mail in votes. Those, and that's why we had an entire week of counting these votes were the deadline is today. So by six o'clock today, you will get the end of this race. It's back and forth, and Dwight said it earlier. It's like a horse race. They're both kind of taking the lead. Different Counting on what county you are from. Booker did went Lexington and Louisville. That's no surprise there, but not as much as we thought he was going to win by, but he's still in the lead as of right now, Okay, let me do the devil's advocate and do the worst case scenario for the Democrat Party. Okay, let's say that it's so close is that we need to count we retaliate. Turns it always hanging. Oh, yeah, yeah, We're take talking up onto the general election and times already short. For campaigning, you know, going on. Whoever wins this primary s O. They need to get this figured out as quickly as possible. And they may not do If it's close enough, it might turn into this. Well, we need a recount. We need to sue over this. Not the Democrats would do that. But Well, and in this case, it's mostly Elektronik re canvassing and recounting fairly easily. But if it's all checking them by hand that could take a little while, right. Well, they checked him by hand in the first place. We had an extra extra careful the second time, so it'll take a little bit. I don't think they're going to do that. I think they'll I think if it's that close, I mean, if it's more than 5 to 10,000 votes that not going to mess with it, I don't think but if it's less than that, maybe they won't. It may very well be less than that, In the other side is To your point. It really doesn't matter. I hate to say that the McConnell has got an advantage over both by a wide margin. There has been too many people that have switched from the Democratic Party to the Republican Party in the last five or six years in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Where it's almost a numbers game. It's almost impossible for a Democrat to win at this point, so we'll see if they argue about it. We'll see. It's like, Hey, I want I want to take on our theater. No, no, no. I want to take on Darth Vader. Good luck. Good luck with that. But by the way, congratulations, Jennifer Rice. She picked up a four pack it take us to see thunderstruck. At Louisville Billiards this coming Saturday. We'll have another four pack tomorrow. Oh, thankyou, Paul Stanley. Aah! Just got confirmation from Marty Polio's office that we are on for 11 35 here, so just a couple minutes away away gets caught into surgery Doctors could do that's not Dr Marty. Polio is not that kind of doctor. Everyone is wondering what this will look like here in August. Supposedly, we're going to start on time. And get the kids back to school. It's 100,000 students 50,000. Ah, private kids and then 25,000 teachers. It's just a lot of people back in school. Hopefully, they could pull it off. All right, let's check in with the market. The Bloomberg money minutes right now on NewsRadio, 8 40 W. H A S This is a Bloomberg money minute Fed Chairman Jay Powell in Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin weigh in on the economic toll from the pandemic. They deliver remarks to the House Financial Services Committee this afternoon. The SNP edging higher ahead of that, however, Boeing Wing on the Dow As one of its biggest European customers scrapped a $10.6 billion deal. Norwegian air has told Boeing that it's terminating agreements for all 97 planes that has on order. It's not just yoga pants anymore. Lulu Lemon has agreed to buy in home fitness equipment maker Mirror for $500 million mirror offers live classes and on demand workouts. And Microsoft is said to have paused advertising spending on Facebook and Instagram because of concerns about ads appearing next to inappropriate content. The software giant spent an estimated $116 million in Facebook advertising in 2019 and was the company's third largest advertiser last year. Courtney Don't hope Bloomberg Radio and I Heart radio Original.

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"jennifer rice" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

13:24 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer rice" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of fear is the second wave of the corona virus was spreading amongst the African communities so he packed his belongings and spent the night on the streets hundreds of Africans like Simon the shoe trader from Nigeria was thrown out of the flights and hotels that night and forced into quarantine senses and hospital wards with a faced repeated texts as long as you're black you're being told to quarantine he told me from hospital ward Europeans and other foreigners don't have to follow the same rules Simon had lived in the southern Chinese city for three years had no travel history I had tested negative for the coronavirus many times yet he remained in quarantine the pandemic has brought longstanding prejudices to the surface in a metal zinc one judge somebody filmed a sign and posted it on social media which said that black people were not allowed in the company has since apologized as a black journalists working in China for more than a decade of come across my share of prejudice in Hong Kong even before social distancing people refused to sit next to me on the subway often called racial slurs in both Hong Kong and in Beijing well I face racism home in the U. K. ET minorities in any population often face discrimination it's often call votes and sometimes impossible to prove but it's real and painful to live with when I first moved to Beijing in two thousand tonight's when Joe was believed to have the largest African community in Asia precise figures are hard to come by some estimates suggest there was several hundred thousands but numbers between telling now before the coronavirus Africans reports of the floating population of trade is who's coming guy buying cheap goods and taking them back to their countries the local school the parts of the city were Africans the business lived and socialized into Africa or chocolate city in the early evenings the streets of shell Bailey will be filled with African music you could smell Jennifer rice West Africa signature dish being cooked by Chinese chefs down narrow backstreets some Africans found loving one judge marrying the Chinese women they did business with I'm a Chinese market traders fluency in African languages an African studying and trading in Mandarin but there were also signs of culture clashes misunderstandings intentions some taxi drivers I spoke to you claim to black people doesn't pay fez others blamed Africans for the parent rising drug related crimes in two thousand and nineteen working on the cover I visited more than a dozen hotels Inc one judge to investigate claims they were not accepting African guests I was told repeatedly the Africans were banned and the order that come from the police the authorities denied the allegations but there were suspicions the African traders will no longer need it the economic model in China was changing factories were moving further up the supply chain and the Chinese moving goods and their own companies to Africa increasing numbers according to the company's policy China and Africa a third world brothers who share a common colonial history every Chinese schoolchild is tools of the one hundred years of humiliation when western powers divided the country when the British burned down the summer palace in Beijing and forced a weak government to give up home home China is on the rise and the authorities advice to African countries is to turn away from the model of old colonial powers and to follow its own call for development but China's rise has been an experiment in capitalism without the system's values shared by the international community the injustices and racism faced by Africans in China is a by product of authoritarian rule an authoritarian rule which often tramples on the rights of China's own citizens in the name of stability from hand with the virus was first detected to the far flung region of Xinjiang when there are an estimated one million Uighurs detained what the government calls education facilities much of the world has turned a blind eye that was Danny Vincent I'm Pascal hasta and this is from our own correspondent on the BBC world service Nigeria has churches which can draw a crowd then known as mega churches but in the age of coded nineteen they've been told to close their doors to stop the spread of the coronavirus the thing is during congregations which can and frequently do for the football stadium makes big Bucks very big some have adapted to the changes quickly streaming press services online making donations to the government and stricken worshippers as well as asking for them others have reacted to the shut down orders and the social distancing measures with disdain and drawing the ire of the Nigerian authorities as Undergaro Jeanne moe discovers give back to Caesar what is Caesar's and to god what is god's said not does by Jesus but the lead off a goal meant enforcing team in Nigeria's capital Abuja I C. M. S. thirty posto informs office congregation the past though he led out of the church was sporting Burgundy cutouts youth shiny black shoes I would head out the load in the sun he looks typical of those would lead huge congregations in Nigeria these features have changed the face of Christianity here with the evangelical Sammons prophecies on pharmacies of miracles now the stadium size only two rooms of the megachurches I am C. and that gave such shots also holds the spread of the coronavirus it took not only threats but force on the race for the message to get across many of the mega churches have adapted to the changes brought about by the virus the pastas have gone online and guess services remain as popular as before one of the most famous is perfect T. B. Joshua who claims to be divinely inspired he predicted that the corona virus pandemic will be over by the twenty seventh of March several days before a lockdown was imposed on the state of legos yeah but we'll go in on the capital Abuja when the twenty seventh of March past the TV evangelist was mocked for his false prophecy but he defended himself by saying what I meant was that the violence will be halted grade B. gone on the run it's how stopped but the biggest controversy housing costs by Christ embassy posto Creasy ocular me in a video that went viral he elaborately plotted a graph the links go when a virus to five G. networks and allegedly in New World order what they didn't tell you is that these vaccines are coming with a digital ID he said we now know from overwhelming scientific evidence that this isn't the case it is conspiracy theories such as these thoughts have made some people question the prophecies of Nigeria's televangelists this is the time for us to know those we are really called by god to bless same a partition I Mason legos would describe herself as a child of god those that sell us the miracle what's us the holy oils and that's this is the time for them to prove it she said they should read the world of cool enough I rose for the past those I'm not interested in such a challenge god is not a man that he should be tested one pasta told me despite the ban many Christians lumped with the church I bumped into a group of three women name the joy Florence and Linda on the mound called Jude with Sunday from a small service held in someone's house acts them why the response going now so but I wash it in the old homes because even the Bible say that's Wetzel three I got to add he is there St Jude the Bible did not say one person he added the three women I agreed with him nodding their heads as he spoke but most Christians I agree with the government's decision to show us the church's I visited the headquarters of the mountain of fire and miracles ministries mom face intense prayer sessions in north lake goes I did trying gates behind which where rolls and rolls of seating areas that stretched into the distance security men told me nothing was happening not even an online service acts not even online responded security guard so how are people keeping the faith I acts he dug into his bag I shelved it palm flights into my palms that's what they are reading why you logged on last he said and walked away slamming the gates with more force than was required the palm flights was a sixty page booklet for thirty D. retreats for the pre I were reels of the accord at the church that means two pages per day no one knows when the governments will lift the ban on large gatherings in Nigeria so it might be awhile before the mega churches on the larger the thirty arms awfully game undergo general on the west coast of Ireland in county Clare stand the imposing cliffs of Moher they are situated on the wild Atlantic way a two thousand five hundred kilometer route that follows the rugged Irish coastline from County Donegal and the north to County Cork in the south for tourists it's a must see for bird watchers it's the chance to spot a puffin razorbill or even a peregrine falcon but right now the well trodden coastal pulse is almost deserted giving nature a chance to restate her claim Trish Flanagan took a wonder moreover cautions Crofton coffee shop between the village of the scanner in the cliffs of Moher is deserted as I drive into the M. two car park on this beautiful sunny morning there's no opportunity to enjoy a coffee on the terrace while taking in the panoramic views of the scanner bay the cottage has been closed since the lockdown began usually I park at the cliffs of Moher visitor center or take the coastal path from kill Connell but today I walk on the main road of the wild Atlantic way there are no footpaths a normally it's busy with constant traffic including motorists who may be uncomfortable navigating the narrow winding roads of the west of Ireland some adjusting to driving on the opposite side I passed a sign which says traffic coming four hundred meters on the approach to the cliffs on meat no vehicles needing to become today the car park is closed the ball space M. 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I hear dashes across the road into a field hiding in a tuft of grass flattening his long years thinking I could no longer see him a group of young comes on me curiously under the donkeys alpacas and llamas as mo over hill open farm looks surprised as I pass I have visited the cliffs of Moher hundreds of times since childhood but as I woke in the entrance to the site my eye is drawn to something I haven't noticed before there are mosques and socialite dishes above the visitors center set into the hillside which blends into the grass surroundings for the first time I sponsor flagstone with the symbol of the wild Atlantic way tourist trail carved into his the twelve pins and mom Turk mountain ranges of Connemara the Aran islands on Galway bay spread out before me in near perfect visibility a long stretch of increases dented fine weather during lockdown means that the sea is very calm frequently Atlantic storms bring fierce waves crashing to the base of the cliffs sending huge volumes of Waldron's sea spray sky words now only a few.

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"jennifer rice" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

11:01 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer rice" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"It was you know I didn't get a chance to see this video until I watch Entertainment Tonight last name so I've had it with me the video of a ride and some of the kids that he in jail have preparing Jennifer's rice okay she's blindfolded and the surprise is a car in this price is a red fourteen year old is driving up with this car with the ray ban and I thought in case she mistakes you know the gas for the break you know J. lo these will be blindfolded when the girl had Sir because I did not think it was a great idea how I felt like it was already there no no she drove it up okay and Hong Keating kind of I was like well that's coming fast and Jennifer's blindfolded importers it's a Porsche and and and she's like I hi even driven in twenty five years you have a driver's license she says at one point what the hell my god I've never had a car like this I've never driven that caller here yeah okay is that a good gift what is the Hollywood speech it's because it's a gift for me to drive you around in also to get for him yeah well basically that he if you size other car he has a he has I received a large Bronco too from like nine ten didn't he give her a birthday wish that was about him yes he did my my life is so much better with you in it yes not like your fantastic any great I love my life because everything you're doing yeah I just I have birthday which was about him like Happy Birthday you're any could do this video and he'd get all this play learn what is super nice guy what is it is super nice guy they'll be like Casey buy me a damn boat I don't want to but I mean it may be we would talk about it we would just buy it as a right it wouldn't be disguised as a gift of give to put on instead I'm gonna tell you I would have accepted that gaffe but it but if you didn't drive would you really you've never driven your New Yorker you don't need to drive you've got drivers you don't want to drive now your bad driver now you think you're too old to learn what the hell it in here you get this have you ever driven a Porsche Julia you're missing I already know the point Laurie he's a douche everything is always about him I got drunk at a fiftieth birthday party from some of the pictures yeah hello she was drinking Kahlua yeah of his please when Bailey's doesn't drink no she doesn't do any good I know that she'd Southie she works out nineteen hours a day I need the people you love to hate but she's a she's a Darling Darling Hey there so yeah I just I don't know that just kind of like it just said to me a you and I would love to get a Porsche we're not talking about that just seems like if you have a present to someone who doesn't do it it would be like Casey giving you a cutting yeah I could not be you know yeah it would be like him giving you new snorkeling has anyone it okay now but this bad hi let Peter got kicked off the bachelor last that's right last night and you know earlier this month a girlfriend of two and a half years came forward to Entertainment Tonight and said that his girlfriend he well that basically that he ended their two and a half year relationship to be on the show okay and and anyway here's what he his I. Lehner has said okay magazine there's a lot of truth to what she said in her story but there's a lot of truth that was a man I mean this kid is learning bass that kid is learning fast with some things she said but there are I agree with something he hasn't said I mean that is like that is going to public spam from by Ralph right should have no publicist there is a truth which seven a lot and now just when she sees how many Instagram followers I got she's going to be so happy as I can get paid for our rate there you go okay guy here is a little quote for you calling Joe said he was so scared of marriage before getting married to Scarlett Johannson well they're not married yet and I can understand why you'd be so scared of marriage with Scarlett Johannson because age she is sad after her second divorce that she doesn't believe in monogamy he has been married and divorced twice very quickly yeah wait and see she has a daughter if I'm with a man in France so that should scare you a little one NBC and this woman you keep repeating BRB I need I'm going back to be my favorite one she has said she doesn't believe in monogamy how do you put that one away when someone thirty two years old says that out loud yeah I know home well we wish you well yeah we do we should like her wet she likes is what he is thirty seven and she's thirty four okay and again I have dated for two years but yes be scared okay fine I understand why you're scared judge again sides with Justin Theroux in the dispute with a neighbor he is one another round against his downstairs neighbor Norman okay first well I live in a town halls town house situation yeah I see my neighbors when they pull into the driveway I see them when we bring our garbage bins out I see them when they're walking their dog right about there in an apartment building Derek they share elevators the park if they park in New York if they have cars they they see each other fairly closely yeah and there's so much venom between these two men why doesn't just someone say uncle I don't know I have a building or they're governed by easy going guy saying it's like I'm going to just state who can take their feet on the sand stick there the longest I will say this I will say this that a million dollars in renovations in New York is probably two hundred fifty thousand in the regular world that's what Justin's done yeah it probably get involved well I'm just saying when when you did it so he like living in Manhattan anymore it well there is that well I don't know about that but you have to have I mean like you for your time New Yorker you have to have some money but you also have to even if you just do it as shares which you have to have a get away place yeah you gotta get away place and that's how everybody's that's a lot how a lot of people in their twenties meet each other they do shares in the house like all islands island or wherever and they have I get four weekends yep as three days you know when it'll cost me whatever three thousand five I mean it's so that it gives people you got to get out of the city well we got to get out of the cement if you're at all the work and you'll figure out a way he from the cement it's so hot it's being non buried under two point five pounds yeah okay Mario Lopez it went appeared on the Candace Alwyn show last month people rate if he is going to be an access Hollywood who thought it would be right good for him to go on campus all one show who is the very far right like she would be like a you know like a Rush Limbaugh Sean Hannity tapered to think of somebody way where I could do I know what he's going to be getting a new job on access Hollywood he goes on the Candace always showing she got in to weigh in on all kinds of things in Hollywood that are covered on TV shows like trans and same sex related I mean she they're going to you this I don't have anything to say about I know but I mean NBC like and they're really like they're going to be I don't know I feel like this is a bad idea to love Mario Lopez to go on and you know have snippets of him saying things just you know especially after he showed up with his body guards at the first day of work be more specific about what he's now we're not going to talk about it because it's so it's controversial is it is it is because she was trying to drag him about there's a new Hollywood mentality remember one of the things that people always say is a Hollywood is always so liberal or this or that you know there's all these things that we just say about things just so she got him to weigh in on all the stuff that's on all these shows is going to be covered yeah which I think will make his job a little bit more difficult I don't have the star Ron's gonna want to talk to bring back Natalie moralis that's all I'm saying for this wind chills and then Kelly McGillis el Rey energy okay night okay okay wait that's two Astor if Top Gun at offered her a part is she said oh god no they did not nor do I think they whatever I'm old and fat I look age appropriate for my age is and that is not what the whole scene is about okay he did feel slighted at all by the snub or the question but again they already knew wall that asking the question I felt like it was just very I thought it was mean spirited I'm sorry I thank you Meg Ryan the same question because she was in top guns but they should have published it at the same time we went out and talked to a couple people that when the last happened I mean the search down Kelly McGillis who lives in you know North Carolina Whitney has slant member would you there's an Ford is going to is coming and that child actors killings out with Leonardo he's part of the policy that can't yeah I can't remember his name Leo's number one wing man he grew up to be part of the P. policy and he was in and he played in Amish give him what is he in there that's a Hollywood story he can't make up that right there whatever that means I don't know where to put the sauce yeah 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"jennifer rice" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer rice" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is NPR news let's. Find out what's around the curve and on the bridges Joe McConnell with traffic for the. Bay area not much just a few pockets of heavy traffic. Here and there it's been a later than the usual, Friday light some of the heaviest is eighty westbound from. About McBride down towards. Gilman and fix it frigate university, bay bridge minimal delay at, the toll plaza westbound, five eighty Richmond bridge approach. Is slower, than. Most bridges but it's picking up. To slow from western south one Marin county. Recovering slowly. From the crash of Tamil. Pies it's. Better than it was but slower than usual. Joe McConnell for, KiKi Vinny all right Joe thanks again traffic at eight fifty. One brought to you, by positive coaching alliance good morning. This is the California report I'm penny Nelson. Attorneys for victims and women's rights groups say. Federal guidelines put in place last fall for investigating sexual assault on college campuses violate title nine which bans gender, discrimination in education the guidelines require a higher Standard of proof and strengthens the right. Of the accused k. q. e. Rochelle Maria Dillon has more from the federal court hearing. In San Francisco yesterday education secretary Betsy DeVos has said campus. Sexual misconduct investigations don't give accused students due process but, the plaintiffs say her policy change has discouraged survivors from. Reporting incidents to universities. Are schools Jennifer rice of equal, rights advocates it puts schools, in the position of, no longer taking seriously and. An implementing, their. Duties to ensure equal access to. All students regardless of sex attorneys for the. Government said. Devices efforts are an attempt. To improve. Sexual assault investigations and not meant to discriminate. Against women for, the California report I'm Racquel Maria Dylan shifting gears in June. Central valley congressman Devon, Nunez posted a two minute video. On Facebook paid for by Israel election campaign and it takes aim at the Fresno bee have a. Listen sadly since the. Last election the Fresno vis work, closely with radical leftwing groups to promote numerous fake news stories about me I haven't said much about the beasts strange crusade against me Even when reporters. Went creeping around my neighbors and relatives homes and as blasted the Fresno bee calling is coverage of, a story. Involving a winery in which he's an investor quote fake news the story has to do with events that took place on a yacht being used by the winery where a female worker was, harassed to be clear Nunez was not present at the event but it is reported that drugs. And prostitutes were the. Harassed worker filed suit and won settlement the Fresno, bee reported this story, Nunez would not talk. To the newspaper but as you heard. He is, not happy here's the editor of the Fresno bee Joe, Kita we've followed the exacting standards that we followed for many many years. Ever since the Fresno bee was established in nineteen twenty two when we reported this story and we completely. Stand behind a reporting on the story and he has not Identified single factual error in our work we're not, in the businesses not reporting about important issues like this and we gave him every opportunity to respond, and to. Talk to us about this and he he didn't do that so he's a number of congress and everything he does in his job and is is open for public scrutiny and we're going, to continue to cover that aggressively and and fairly to and we always will offer him an. Opportunity to respond as. Statement from the winery in question says those aboard, the boat had no, personal or business connection. To the winery or its owners and. The Nunez, himself had no affiliation with the fundraiser in question Representative, Nunez did not immediately respond to requests for a comment support for the..

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"jennifer rice" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer rice" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Seven thirty one from news, I'm, Brian watt attorneys for victims and women's rights groups say federal guidelines for investigating sexual assault on college, campuses violate title nine which banned gender discrimination in education k.. Qaeda's Raquel Maria Dillon has more from the federal court hearing in San Francisco yesterday Education secretary Betsy DeVos has said campus. Sexual misconduct investigations don't give accused students due process, but the plaintiffs say her policy change has discouraged survivors from reporting incidents to universities or. Schools Jennifer rice of equal rights advocates it. Puts schools, are in the position of no. Longer taking seriously and an implementing their duties to ensure. Equal access to all students regardless of sex attorneys for the government said devices. Efforts are an attempt to improve sexual assault investigations and not. Meant to discriminate against women I'm, Racquel Maria Dylan news veteran. Berkeley city councilman, Chris Worthington plans to retire this fall, Worthington was first elected to office in nineteen ninety six he was considered, the first openly, gay person to be elected to. The council the progressive councilman announced yesterday that he will not seek really Action in. November Worthington is known for authoring pro environmental pro labor pro tenant legislation earlier this year Berkeley councilwoman Linda Myo who has been in. Office for twenty five years said she won't run, again I'm Brian watt news support for this morning comes from visitors coverage providing international travel..

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"jennifer rice" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer rice" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In this investigation continues let me ask you how would, you describe Vladimir Putin's approach to President Trump Bump Look I haven't spoken to President Putin about. That I'm interviewing on several. Occasions he's refused, coach, hearts, Amita, Jamaica. Judgment I really don't know what he thinks about about President. Trump, I it's it's a tough, call but the way he speaks to him the way he looks at. Him the body language seems to me to be pretty positive. Now, again tentative, statement I'm. Not I'm not saying more than that because I really don't. Know there've been a lot of questions about what went on behind closed doors between these two men Putin says they reach useful agreements just. Quickly what would he be looking for from Trump and the US top? Line, well I think he'd be looking for trying to reach some kind of agreement on the main issues that separate two, countries a Syria Ukraine and see Crimea Finding some way of of of getting over that perhaps say some kind? Of, referendum in eastern Ukraine so a lot of the geopolitical stuff in a lot of specifics veteran Russian journalist Vladimir poster, thank you sir you're very welcome Trump administration lawyers are, defending their new rules. On how, campuses should handle cases of sexual assault survivors advocates, have filed a federal, lawsuit arguing that the guidance that replaced Obama era. Rules now discriminate against women here's NPR's tovia Smith last fall education secretary Betsy. DeVos scrapped rules she said were forcing schools to violate the rights of students accused of sexual assault and she replaced them with her own. Interim guidelines but now critics say those are hurting alleged victims and discouraging them from reporting the, message that, is sent is that the administration. Believes that women to report sexual harassment and violence are liars Jennifer rice with equal rights advocates spoke to reporters yesterday after a hearing on the lawsuit in federal court, in San Francisco she says victims are being. Hurt by devices rules does guidelines allow schools to demand more evidence to, prove an, assault to. Permit appeals, only. From the accused And to let investigations continue. For an indefinite amount of time none of that was allowed in the Obama era. The. Old rules also used to require, schools to protect alleged victims during investigations now that's up to schools discretion. And the old norm of making the accused, students stay away from. The accuser, is now considered unfair schools are supposed to be, even handed so summer, issuing mutual stay away orders that rice says unfairly. Punish alleged victims by restricting their rights to use the gym to go to. Certain classes to live in certain places it is sending a message that you come forward at your peril government officials declined to comment on. Pending litigation that in court they've denied the rules are discriminatory and they argue the case should, be thrown, out on procedural grounds Justin Dylan. And attorney who represents accused students agrees it should not go to trial it is completely frivolous Dylan says most Campuses are delaying policy changes till permanent rules, are finalized, but he says schools who are making changes. Are making. Things more fair for example fewer students are being ambushed without knowing the charges against them he says and. Protective measures are less draconian and when they're not. Dylan says it's easier to fix as he saw recently when a school kicked. One of his clients off campus during an investigation I went to them inside of the guidance and said you can't do this you're. Interfering with his education and you can't just not let this kid go to school for the, semester while you investigate this and in that case I was able to persuade them to let it back on campus for. Schools devices guidance has brought some confusion as they wait for clarity. They continue to face lawsuits from both alleged victims and the, accused I mean in a lot, of ways it does feel like you're a bit caught in the. Middle Martha Alexander overseas sexual misconduct cases at the. University of Kentucky that's cool recently. Started limiting appeals rights. To the accused And. Requiring panels to be unanimous to find a. Student at fault I think that this policy and these changes really is a step towards getting to a more fair system some campuses welcome what they, consider less onerous oversight from the government Peter mcdonagh with, the American Council on, education says it's a relief, to.

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"jennifer rice" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer rice" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This investigation casinos let me ask you how would you, describe Vladimir Putin's approach To President Trump Look I haven't spoken to President. Putin about that I'm trying to to interview. On several occasions he's refused So, it's hard for me to, Jamaica judgment I really don't know what he thinks about about President Trump. I it's it's a tough call but the way he. Speaks, to, him the, way he looks. At him. The body language seems to me to be pretty positive now. Again you know I'd tentative statement I'm not I'm not saying more than that because I really don't know there've been a lot of questions. About what went on behind closed doors between these two men Putin says? They, reached useful agreements just quickly what would he be looking for from Trump and the US top line well I think, he'd, be, looking for trying to reach some kind of agreement on the main issues, that separate two countries hey. Syria. Be Ukraine and see Crimea finding some way. Of getting over that perhaps say some kind. Of referendum In east Ukraine so a lot, of, the, geopolitical stuff in a lot of specifics veteran Russian journalists Ladimir poster, thank, you sir you're very welcome Trump administration lawyers are defending their new rules on how campuses. Should handle cases of sexual assault survivors advocates, have filed a federal. Lawsuit arguing that the guidance that replaced Obama era rules now, discriminate against women here's, NPR's tovia Smith last fall education secretary Betsy DeVos. Scrapped rules she said we're forcing schools to violate the rights of students accused. Of sexual assault and she replaced them with our own interim guidelines but now critics say those are hurting alleged victims and discouraging them. From reporting the message that sent is that the administration believes that women who report sexual harassment, and violence, are liars Jennifer rice with equal. Rights advocates spoke to reporters yesterday after a hearing on the lawsuit in federal court in San Francisco she says victims are being. Hurt by devices rules does guidelines allow schools to demand more evidence to, prove in, assault to. Permit appeals, only. From the accused And. To let investigations continue for. An indefinite amount of time none of that was allowed in the Obama era the. Old. Rules also used to require schools, to protect alleged victims during investigations now that's up to schools discretion and. The old norm of making the accused, students, stay away from the. Accuser is now considered unfair schools are supposed to be even, handed so summer issuing, mutual stay away orders that rice says unfairly punish. Alleged victims by restricting their rights to use the gym to go to certain. Classes to live in certain places it is sending a message that you come forward at your peril government officials declined to comment on. Pending litigation that in court they've denied the rules are discriminatory and they argue the case should, be thrown, out on procedural grounds Justin Dylan. And attorney who represents accused students agrees it should not go to trial it is completely frivolous Dylan says most Campuses are delaying policy changes till permanent rules, are finalized, but he says schools who are making changes. Are making. Things more fair for example fewer students are being ambushed without knowing the charges against them he says and. Protective measures are less draconian and when they're not. Dylan says it's easier to fix as he saw recently when a school kicked. One of his clients off campus during an investigation I went to them inside of the guidance and said you can't do this you're. Interfering with his education and you can't just not let this kid go to school for the, semester while you investigate this and in that case I was able to persuade them to let him back on campus I. Schools devices guidance has brought some confusion as they wait for clarity. They continue to face lawsuits from both alleged victims and the, accused I mean in a lot, of ways it does feel like you're a bit caught in the. Middle Martha Alexander overseas sexual misconduct cases at the. University of Kentucky that's cool recently. Started limiting appeals rights. To the accused And requiring. Panels to, be unanimous to find a student. At fault I think that this policy and these changes really is a step towards getting to a more fair system some campuses welcome what they consider, less onerous oversight from the government Peter mcdonagh with the, American Council on education, says it's a relief to,.

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"jennifer rice" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer rice" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Putin, says they reach useful agreements just quickly what would he be looking for from Trump and the US top line well I, think, he'd, be looking for trying to reach some kind of agreement on the main issues that, separate the two countries hey Syria be Ukraine. And, see Crimea finding some way of of of. Getting over that perhaps say some kind of. Referendum in eastern Ukraine So a lot of the geopolitical stuff and a lot of specifics veteran Russian journalist, Vladimir poster thank you sir you're very welcome Trump, administration lawyers are defending their new rules on how campuses should handle cases. Of sexual assault survivors advocates have filed, a, federal lawsuit arguing that. The guidance that replaced Obama era rules now discriminate against women, here's NPR's tovia Smith, last fall education secretary Betsy DeVos scrapped roles she. Said we're forcing schools to violate the rights of students accused of sexual assault. And she replaced them with her own interim guidelines but now critics say those are hurting alleged victims and discouraging them from reporting the message. That is sent is that the administration believes that women to report sexual harassment and violence are, liars Jennifer, rice with equal rights advocates spoke to. Reporters yesterday after a hearing on the lawsuit in federal court in San Francisco she says victims are being. Hurt by devices rules those guidelines allow schools to demand more evidence to, prove an, assault to. Permit appeals, only. From the accused And. To let investigations continue for. An indefinite amount of time none of that was allowed in the Obama era the. Old. Rules also used to require schools, to protect alleged victims during investigations now that's up to schools discretion and. The old norm of making the accused, students, stay away from the. Accuser is now considered unfair schools are supposed to be even, handed so summer issuing, mutual stay away orders that rice says unfairly punish. Alleged victims by restricting their rights to use the gym to go to certain. Classes to live in certain places it is sending a message that you come forward at your peril government officials declined to comment on pending. Litigation that in court they've denied the rules are discriminatory and they argue the case should be, thrown out, on procedural grounds Justin Dillon an attorney. Who represents a q. students agrees it should not go to trial it is completely frivolous Dylan says most Campuses are delaying policy changes till permanent, rules are, finalized but he says schools who are making. Changes are. Making things more fair for example fewer students are being ambushed without knowing the charges against them he says. And protective measures are less draconian and when they're. Not Dylan says it's easier to fix as he saw recently when a school. Kicked one of his clients off campus during an investigation I went to them inside of the guidance and said you can't do this. You're interfering with his education and you can't just not let this kid go to school for, the semester while you investigate this and in that case I was able to persuade them to let him back on campus. I schools devices guidance has brought some confusion as they wait for. Clarity they continue to face lawsuits from both alleged victims and, the accused I mean in a, lot of ways it does feel like you're a bit caught in. The middle, Martha Alexander overseas sexual misconduct cases at the. University of Kentucky that's cool recently. Started limiting appeals rights. To the accused And. Requiring panels to be unanimous to find a. Student at fault I think that this policy and these changes really is a step towards getting to a more fair system some campuses welcome what they, consider less onerous oversight from the government Peter mcdonagh with, the American Council on, education says it's a relief, to some that student complaints to the department of education are now treated as isolated incidents and they. No longer automatically trigger, a broader government investigation of a school that could take years the. Campuses were concerned that investigation would stay open until something was found some. Would've viewed that as a Gotcha approach but Katherine. Layman who oversaw. Government investigations, of schools during the Obama, administration says the Trump administration should be more aggressive in trying to, uncover whether, schools are handling cases fairly if the government. Only investigates. What someone thinks to bring to the government The government's not doing its job and I worry every day..

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"jennifer rice" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer rice" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"These, two men Putin says they reached useful agreements just quickly what would he be looking for from Trump and the US top, line well, I think he'd be looking for trying to reach some kind of agreement on the, main issues that separate the two countries a. Syria, be Ukraine and see Crimea finding some way. Of of of getting over that perhaps say some kind, of referendum in eastern Ukraine All right so so a lot of, the geopolitical stuff and a lot of specifics The veteran Russian journalists Ladimir poster thank, you sir you're very welcome Trump administration lawyers are defending. Their. New rules on how campuses should, handle cases of sexual assault survivors advocates have filed a federal lawsuit arguing. That the guidance that replaced Obama era rules, now discriminate against women. Here's NPR's, tovia Smith last fall education secretary Betsy DeVos scrapped, roles she said were, forcing schools to violate the rights of students accused. Of sexual assault and she replaced them with our own interim guidelines but now. Critics say those are hurting alleged victims and discouraging them from reporting the message that is sent is that the administration believes that women to. Report sexual harassment and violence are liars Jennifer rice with equal rights advocates spoke to reporters yesterday, after a, hearing on the lawsuit in federal. Court in San Francisco she says victims are being hurt by devices rules does guidelines allow schools to demand more, evidence to, prove in, assault to. Permit appeals, only. From the accused And to let investigations continue. For an indefinite amount of time none of that was allowed in the Obama era. The. Old rules also used to require, schools to protect alleged victims during investigations now that's up to schools discretion. And the old norm of making the, accused, students stay away from. The accuser, is now considered unfair schools are supposed to be, even handed so summer, issuing mutual stay away orders that rice says unfairly. Punish alleged victims by restricting their rights to use the gym to go to. Certain classes to live in certain places it is sending a message that you come forward at your peril government officials declined to comment on. Pending litigation that in court they've denied the rules are discriminatory and they argue the case should, be thrown, out on procedural grounds Justin Dillon. An attorney who represents accused students agrees it should not go to trial it is completely frivolous Dylan says most Campuses are delaying policy changes till permanent, rules are finalized but he says schools who are making. Changes are. Making things more fair for example fewer students are being ambushed without knowing the charges against them he says. And protective measures are less draconian and when they're. Not Dylan says it's easier to fix as he saw recently when a school. Kicked one of his clients off campus during an investigation I went to them inside of the guidance and said you can't do this. You're interfering with his education and you can't just not let this kid go to school for, the semester while you investigate this and in that case I was able to persuade them to let him back on campus. I schools devices guidance has brought some confusion as they wait for. Clarity they continue to face lawsuits from both alleged victims and, the accused I mean in a, lot of ways it does feel like you're that caught in the. Middle Martha, Alexander overseas sexual misconduct cases at the, university of Kentucky that's cool recently. Started limiting appeals rights. To the accused And requiring panels. To be, unanimous to find a student at. Fault I think that this policy and these changes really is a step towards getting to a more fair system some campuses welcome what they consider less, onerous oversight from the government Peter mcdonagh with the American, Council on education says, it's a relief to some, that student complaints to the department of education are now treated as isolated incidents and they no longer. Automatically trigger a broader, government investigation of a school that could take years the campuses were. Concerned that an investigation would stay open until something was found some would've. Viewed that as a Gotcha approach but Katherine layman. Who oversaw government. Investigations of, schools during the Obama administration, says the Trump administration should be more aggressive in trying to uncover whether schools are handling cases fairly if the government. Only investigates. What someone thinks to bring to the government The government's not doing its job and I worry..

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"jennifer rice" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer rice" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Trying to impact American elections he's written a lot about it but only in very small publications that reach a small number of our US, intelligence agencies, have concluded that Russia did interfere I would always say look. Give me the, proof I'm perfectly happy to accept that view if you can prove. It did you have a chance to look at the indictments of the twenty five shootout begins when I have asked that. Question I've been told, we cannot furnish. The proof because if we do we will open certain secrets. That we don't wanna open so it puts you in, a in a weird position if you can't furnish the proof and of course the burden of proof is on the accuser. Not on the accused then my, question is well how can I believe that I guess we'll have to see as those indictments play out in this investigation Let me ask you how would you describe Vladimir Putin's approach to President Trump Look I haven't. Spoken to, President Putin about that I'm trying to, to. Interview on several occasions he's refused so it's hard for me. To Jamaica, judgment I really don't, know what he thinks about about President Trump it's a it's a tough. Call but the way he speaks to him the way. He, looks, at him, the body language seems to. Me to. Be pretty positive now again you know this is a tentative. Statement I'm not I'm not saying more than that because I really don't know there've been a lot of questions about what went on behind. Closed doors between these two men Putin says they reached useful agreements just? Quickly, what would he be looking for from Trump and the US top line well I think he'd be looking for trying to. Reach, some, kind of. Agreement on the main, issues that separate the two countries hey Syria be Ukraine And see Crimea finding some way of. Of of getting over that perhaps say some kind of referendum in eastern? Ukraine, alright so so a lot of the geopolitical stuff in a lot of specifics that veteran Russian journalists Vladimir poster thank you. Sir, you're, very welcome Trump administration. Lawyers are defending their new rules on how campuses should handle, cases of sexual assault, survivors advocates have filed a federal lawsuit arguing that. The guidance that replaced Obama era rules now discriminate against women here's NPR's tovia. Smith last fall education secretary Betsy DeVos scrapped roles she said we're forcing schools to violate the rights of students accused of sexual assault and. She replaced them with her own interim guidelines but now critics say those are hurting alleged victims, and discouraging, them from reporting the message that. Is sent is that the administration believes that women to report sexual harassment and violence are liars Jennifer rice with equal rights advocates spoke to reporters yesterday after a hearing on the lawsuit, in federal court in San Francisco she says. Victims, are being hurt by devices rules does guidelines allow schools to demand more evidence to prove in, assault to. Permit appeals, only. From the accused And to let investigations continue. For an indefinite amount of time none of that was allowed in the Obama era. The. Old rules also used to require, schools to protect alleged victims during investigations now that's up to schools discretion. And the old norm of making the, accused, students stay away from. The accuser is now considered unfair schools are supposed to be, even handed so summer, issuing mutual stay away orders that rice says unfairly. Punish alleged victims by restricting their rights to use the gym to go to..

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"jennifer rice" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer rice" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From news I'm Tiffany Cam. High the US army is investigating the collapse of a large military tent at an army base in, Monterey County that injured twenty two soldiers military officials say a Black Hawk, helicopter being used during a medical. Training exercise, at fort hunter Liggett blew the tent over last night Master. Sergeant Valery resonate he says it was part of a training exercise we had men come, in and practicing landings to drop off and. Pick up casualties all of. This injured have been cleared to return to duty attorneys for victims and women's, rights groups say federal guidelines for investigating sexual assault on college. Campuses violate title nine which bans gender discrimination in education Kiki's Raquel. Maria Dillon has more from The federal court hearing in San Francisco. Today education secretary Betsy, DeVos has said campus. Sexual misconduct investigations don't give accused students due process but the plaintiffs say her policy change has discouraged survivors from reporting incidents to universities our schools, Jennifer rice of equal rights advocates it puts schools in the position of no longer, taking seriously and an implementing their duties. To ensure equal access. To all students regardless of sex attorneys for the. Government said devices efforts are an attempt to improve sexual assault investigations and not meant..

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"jennifer rice" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer rice" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Services to pet insurance to other add ons now the San, Francisco based Bank is in the. Process of paying those customers back according to a report in the Wall Street Journal on Wall Street today the Dow was down one hundred and thirty four points This, is NPR news I'm Tiffany Cam high the US army is investigating the collapse of a. Large military tent at an. Army base in Monterey County that injured twenty two soldiers military officials say a Black Hawk, helicopter being used during a medical training exercise at fort hunter Liggett believe the tent over last night Master Sergeant Valery resonate he, says it, was part, of a, training exercise we had men come in and practicing landings, to drop off and pick up the. Casualties all of, this soldiers injured have been cleared to return to duty attorneys for victims and women's. Rights, groups say federal guidelines for investigating sexual assault on college campuses violate title nine which bans gender discrimination in education kick you ease Raquel Maria Dillon. Has. More from the federal court hearing in San Francisco today Education secretary. Betsy DeVos has said campus sexual misconduct investigations don't give accused students due process but the plaintiffs say her policy change has discouraged survivors from reporting, incidents to universities our schools Jennifer rice of equal rights advocates it puts schools in, the position of no longer taking seriously, and an implementing their. Duties to ensure equal access to all students regardless. Of sex attorneys for the government said vases efforts are an attempt to improve sexual assault. Investigations.

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Investigators examine why Army helicopters blew down tents that injured 22 soldiers in California

All Things Considered

01:49 min | 2 years ago

Investigators examine why Army helicopters blew down tents that injured 22 soldiers in California

"Services to pet insurance to other add ons now the San, Francisco based Bank is in the. Process of paying those customers back according to a report in the Wall Street Journal on Wall Street today the Dow was down one hundred and thirty four points This, is NPR news I'm Tiffany Cam high the US army is investigating the collapse of a. Large military tent at an. Army base in Monterey County that injured twenty two soldiers military officials say a Black Hawk, helicopter being used during a medical training exercise at fort hunter Liggett believe the tent over last night Master Sergeant Valery resonate he, says it, was part, of a, training exercise we had men come in and practicing landings, to drop off and pick up the. Casualties all of, this soldiers injured have been cleared to return to duty attorneys for victims and women's. Rights, groups say federal guidelines for investigating sexual assault on college campuses violate title nine which bans gender discrimination in education kick you ease Raquel Maria Dillon. Has. More from the federal court hearing in San Francisco today Education secretary. Betsy DeVos has said campus sexual misconduct investigations don't give accused students due process but the plaintiffs say her policy change has discouraged survivors from reporting, incidents to universities our schools Jennifer rice of equal rights advocates it puts schools in, the position of no longer taking seriously, and an implementing their. Duties to ensure equal access to all students regardless. Of sex attorneys for the government said vases efforts are an attempt to improve sexual assault. Investigations.

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"jennifer rice" Discussed on Connect FM

Connect FM

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"jennifer rice" Discussed on Connect FM

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