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"johnson publishing company" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch
"Today. Linda johnson rice joins me skimmed from the couch. She is the ceo of johnson publishing company which published ebony and jet magazines johnson publishing helps give a voice to millions and chronicle the african american experience across the country. Linda has also served on numerous corporate and philanthropic boards including the chicago public library. Omni kong group. Grubhub tesla estonians national museum of african american history and culture. Linda thank you so much for coming on the show. Welcome to skimmed from the couch. Thank you for having me carly. I'm excited to be here and sounds to have you here so i think you know the first question. We start with the same one every show. Skim your resume for us. I most certainly. I'm happy to do that. I am still the ceo of johnson publishing company. So that is great and it. Is that the founding company for ebony jet magazines and fashion fair cosmetics all started by my family and for better or for worse i have never worked anyplace else and so i grew up in the business. Grew up in the in the magazine business in the publishing business and also in the beauty business but always surrounded by incredible people great parents but great staff who were very uplifting and all about aspiration and inspiration for the african american community. So i grew up in the business. I went to <hes>. Born and raised in chicago got my degree in journalism from. Usc came back and got my masters in management from northwestern. And i got my masters in management. So funny i started out full time in school and then i switched and i went part time so it took me longer but i really wanted to work at the same time and i had the luxury to be able to do that. A lot of people don't have that. But i did because i wasn't looking for a job once i got my degree. I already knew where. I was going to be an actually once. I i got my masters in management. I actually became president a company like the very next day. But i do want to stress. One thing that i think is really important here and that is i have worked in a family business but it was not a given that i was just going to step into this role and if you know if you knew anything about my parents it was nothing was given. You've really had to earn it. And so it does seem like boy. That was a really fast. Reject re but <hes>. This was decades and decades of work. I mean i spent more time at a copy machine making copies and doing all kinds of stuff that you know people do when you start out in in a company. I don't think that was any different for me. Something that people would be surprised to know about you that if not on your professional bio oh my goodness. Let's see on a personal side. I i love to ride. I have horses. I've owned horses all my life so that is sort of my luxury right now. I don't have one. But it's the way i can relax and i studied opera. We do you think. Please don't ask me to sing. But i did. I studied opera for for many years. Took voice lessons and loved. It absolutely loved it. We're gonna dive into the family business. Tell me about your family. Tell me about your parents so you know my parents. John and eunice. Johnson were part of the great migration of african americans from the south to the north. So my father came from arkansas. My mother came from alabama and very different backgrounds. This is so it's really interesting. My my father came from nothing. And when i say nothing his town great people but only six hundred and sixty eight people there. His mother believed in him so much and she just you know the love that she had for him she poured into just him and so for her. The best thing for him was to get out of arkansas arkansas and get education and the way to do that was you know they. They got on the train and they came to chicago. they had relatives in chicago. So a lot of people. With the migration from arkansas people came to chicago alabama. They came to chicago. My mother came from alabama so my father dirt poor came to chicago. Went to high. School became head of the debating team editor. The school paper graduated attended the university of chicago and my mother on the other hand came from a background. Where you have to think about this. Her father was a surgeon. Her mother was a schoolteacher in psalm alabama so obviously black african american back then prominent family. Her two brothers were surgeons. Her sister was a phd professor in english and my mother came to chicago to get her master's in social services at loyola. So now you've got these two converging people now completely different backgrounds you know and and they met ed dance. My parents met at a dance and my father. I remember him saying you know. Ask your mother. You know at the dance. Could i take her whole and my mother said absolutely not absolutely not it. She said. I'm going home with the person that brought me. And so for my father. Being the maverick entrepreneurs salesman was game on. That was
Interview With Linda Johnson Rice
"Today. Linda johnson rice joins me skimmed from the couch. She is the ceo of johnson publishing company which published ebony and jet magazines johnson publishing helps give a voice to millions and chronicle the african american experience across the country. Linda has also served on numerous corporate and philanthropic boards including the chicago public library. Omni kong group. Grubhub tesla estonians national museum of african american history and culture. Linda thank you so much for coming on the show. Welcome to skimmed from the couch. Thank you for having me carly. I'm excited to be here and sounds to have you here so i think you know the first question. We start with the same one every show. Skim your resume for us. I most certainly. I'm happy to do that. I am still the ceo of johnson publishing company. So that is great and it. Is that the founding company for ebony jet magazines and fashion fair cosmetics all started by my family and for better or for worse i have never worked anyplace else and so i grew up in the business. Grew up in the in the magazine business in the publishing business and also in the beauty business but always surrounded by incredible people great parents but great staff who were very uplifting and all about aspiration and inspiration for the african american community. So i grew up in the business. I went to Born and raised in chicago got my degree in journalism from. Usc came back and got my masters in management from northwestern. And i got my masters in management. So funny i started out full time in school and then i switched and i went part time so it took me longer but i really wanted to work at the same time and i had the luxury to be able to do that. A lot of people don't have that. But i did because i wasn't looking for a job once i got my degree. I already knew where. I was going to be an actually once. I i got my masters in management. I actually became president a company like the very next day. But i do want to stress. One thing that i think is really important here and that is i have worked in a family business but it was not a given that i was just going to step into this role and if you know if you knew anything about my parents it was nothing was given. You've really had to earn it. And so it does seem like boy. That was a really fast. Reject re but This was decades and decades of work. I mean i spent more time at a copy machine making copies and doing all kinds of stuff that you know people do when you start out in in a company. I don't think that was any different for me. Something that people would be surprised to know about you that if not on your professional bio oh my goodness. Let's see on a personal side. I i love to ride. I have horses. I've owned horses all my life so that is sort of my luxury right now. I don't have one. But it's the way i can relax and i studied opera. We do you think. Please don't ask me to sing. But i did. I studied opera for for many years. Took voice lessons and loved. It absolutely loved it. We're gonna dive into the family business. Tell me about your family. Tell me about your parents so you know my parents. John and eunice. Johnson were part of the great migration of african americans from the south to the north. So my father came from arkansas. My mother came from alabama and very different backgrounds. This is so it's really interesting. My my father came from nothing. And when i say nothing his town great people but only six hundred and sixty eight people there. His mother believed in him so much and she just you know the love that she had for him she poured into just him and so for her. The best thing for him was to get out of arkansas arkansas and get education and the way to do that was you know they. They got on the train and they came to chicago. they had relatives in chicago. So a lot of people. With the migration from arkansas people came to chicago alabama. They came to chicago. My mother came from alabama so my father dirt poor came to chicago. Went to high. School became head of the debating team editor. The school paper graduated attended the university of chicago and my mother on the other hand came from a background. Where you have to think about this. Her father was a surgeon. Her mother was a schoolteacher in psalm alabama so obviously black african american back then prominent family. Her two brothers were surgeons. Her sister was a phd professor in english and my mother came to chicago to get her master's in social services at loyola. So now you've got these two converging people now completely different backgrounds you know and and they met ed dance. My parents met at a dance and my father. I remember him saying you know. Ask your mother. You know at the dance. Could i take her whole and my mother said absolutely not absolutely not it. She said. I'm going home with the person that brought me. And so for my father. Being the maverick entrepreneurs salesman was game on. That was
"johnson publishing company" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch
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"johnson publishing company" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design
"Outlet celebrating other people. I'm sort of tying this back into ebony in a way because. Like I said I grew up on that magazine grew up on jet magazine I? Think a lot of black Americans grew up with that magazine in their orbit and while I remember reading it as a kid I certainly don't remember like synthesizing I think most of the information that was in it like it's a lot of stuff that I don't. Really get now until I'm an adult that I can look back on it and think, wow, ebony was was it like yes ebony was a magazine from Johnson Publishing Company, but Johnson Publishing Company also put out books that they sold in their magazine Johnson publishing also owns a beauty company that put out hair care for men hair care for women that. Advertise in the magazine. So like not only are they selling you this representation of blackness but now you can also go and buy it like you can be a part of it by you know buying a do care kit or or a relax from ravine or something like that, and there was so interesting how ebony just kind of had their hand in. Every pot about driving forward the sort of positive aspirational model of blackness. You know really during a time when I think of course, we're still fighting for civil rights and just fighting for equal representation. They really were at the forefront of that sometime in in high school I, remember doing a book report on John Johnson's biography succeeding against the odds. I think being able to see how much one person was able to really dry forward this conversation about representation and about even just like the stories of what other black people are doing out there in a way has found its into my work through the black weblog awards is certainly the revision path. So there ten years, ten year interval between those two things two, thousand and three. You start the black weblog awards, ten years. Later you start revision path, which is a story in itself. Important work he's done for I think four hundred episodes. Could you frame it for our listeners who don't know what revision path is? Sure. So revision path is a weekly showcase of the world's best. Black Graphic designers, web designers, and web developers. Really. It's really kind of say digital creatives in general because we certainly had more people that are kind of outside of those three particular roles. and. We just do end up conversations about the work that they're doing. We talk about their story how they got to where they are now. And depending on whom the guest is, there may be other things that we try to dive into. For example we had. An expert from expert that's living in Amsterdam. This was I don't know maybe around two, thousand sixteen or so right as trump got elected and we had like this great conversation around. What's it like being a black ex pats over there and do you. Have a feeling of wanting to come back to the states and like just how are you feeling in general? Even. During pandemic, we've been every person that I've interviewed I sort of touched on in some kind of way like. I just a gut check. Mike how are you feeling like where you at? So it's really more about putting forth these people's individual stories. I really try to take myself out of it as much as possible even though I'm the host i. kind of just feel like I'm more of the. Conduit for like uplift what other people are doing because I feel like you know in design media that's important. I think if you go into most bookstores and are probably looking for design books, design magazines, you just don't see a lot of people of color and you definitely don't see a lot of black people and granted. PODCAST is not a book podcast is not a magazine, but this is certainly where people's attention is that right now in terms of media and so revision path is able to be this kind of weekly. Digest of you kind of getting a sense of who this person is why are they important and how you can really follow them and learn more about them I think it can be very easy to kind of fall into the pattern of saying what you do for your job is just to work. which it is, but also based on what it is that you do where you are in your career who you are as a person and the the trials and tribulations that you've had to go through to get where you are like that's a story. That's a story that you know wants to hear that someone out there can empathize with now it sure is and I I was telling Jessica before. We got on with you that I had spent some time pouring over the archives and then I found myself drawn by memory to your work around black. Panther. And it was so much fun to be a and to listen to you be a fan behind the scenes and you teach us about these creative people who made this world for us and I was wondering if you could help put into perspective. Why Mc Bozeman, and his amazing colleagues in the entire ecosystem mattered so much and what they've done for representation in the creative and design fields. That's a heavy question. I really think you know with with Chadwick you know rest in peace to him and of course, condolences to his friends and family and people that he's worked with. His representation of Black Panther I think was just something bigger than a role in a movie if anyone can think back to that time. I say from twenty, seventeen, two, thousand, eighteen when the movie was announced and. The fervor around that movie and that role. I've never seen anything like that. It was so much more than just oh, he's just as actor in a marvel movie I mean he's playing this iconic superhero. The black. Panther of course has that association with the actual Black Panther Party, the political movement here in the United States and then for Chabba too I think come from an HVAC. You have also played all of these other real life black. Heroes Thurgood. Marshall, Jackie. Robinson. James Brown. It's something that I think in hindsight we're finally seeing just how much he was able to shoulder through representation and be able to kind of take on all those larger than life roles. It's I don't know. It's so hard to kind of wrap my head around just how. Huge that is he. He. Brought Marvel. I mean, well, one to the company he brought marvel just so much. Energy and diversity an interest from people but he really really really united people through that role and was still like moving forward to do more things. I know he has a project coming out soon I think it's Ma Rainey's black bottom, which is one of the players from August Wilson Century Cycle. At. That's that's a whole other kind of representation of blackness I granted. It's fictional, but it's still something that is steeped in this. American black ethos.
"johnson publishing company" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
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Yes we're GONNA get the cut but white people owned matters of production on this so Yana Jonah ain't doing nothing but being a black face for white supremacist Sunita that's beautiful. I know that this is her passion project. Ah something she genuinely highly believes in a cares about and unlike black people. She don't care about the people and the fact that she wanted me to be a part of that meant a lot to me she some. I looked up to for a very very long time. Wow that's so sad. Looking into another capitalist so I already know what kind of SIC- you GONNA turn out to be another elaine. Given out making money for the white man keeping all of us oppressed look in now delicious in your lodge ray trying to trick us in the bef four capitalism does not gonna get us for So this is the kind of capitalism is supposed to be okay being on the bottom of verdict underneath sitting on my face juvenile bid. No thank you. Don't appreciate this bullshit. What are you gonNa be mad by yourself? My brother look at this. Do you see how she got gold. billionaire purse. Okay trying to fly her wealth all up in our face. I don't think so. I'm fine with that. The people and the proletariat proletariat are not pleased just you just you reflecting on C.. Can you defend these bourgeoisie. Blacks Ashram it's not doing nothing but setting us back reflected on her time dancing performing savage fancy show. She described the experience powerful particularly for a strong showcase. The diversity yeah it was great to be a so many amazing human beings desire to be celebrated. Our beautiful all stays all sizes. The show represented everybody. I just love DOC lucid. The brand is and how it gives everybody opportunity feel sexy beautiful and empower. which is everything last year for as well except for poor people? How are we supposed to feel how billing power? We can't even afford this shit. Anybody wants to talk about that. The price is a fantasy is is worth for Dell is the best makeup bow. Wow of course it's worth it to the survey honey. Why industrial makeup argued I complex of course is worth it? Because a woman's worth capitalism is only seen as her attractiveness. Can you look here black man and ain't don't give a damn about makeup as somebody who is makeup deficient out meow. No Jack Shit about makeup I can can put this on in one fail swoop. This this is the shit for me. Wow look at my chat room Fulla just got them capitalist supremist ashrams premises up Taco supremacist. Hoping Ashram Might Miss Ryan go buy me some Olympic Glaus. Wow it's really sad to see what what they would they. Triggering you blacks in the band have about no savage yet. I have to peek over there and see what she doing. Let me know when Riyadh to come out with some socialist lingerie and then maybe we can talk okay. Socialist Bass savage. They don't yes they do. Not Real wants THEM FAKE ASS. Probably do but the real ones like me We were going down. You don't buy nothing then. Black women entrepreneurs acquire fashion fair. Yeah cosmetics let's do a fashion Ltd.. Fast been around since nineteen forty two doesn't own as old as line. Black women are displaying the power collaboration around with business. According to Chicago Sun Times former Johnson publishing companies Eggers Shero mayberry mckissick and desert we have joined forces to acquire fashion the fashion fair beauty. Line the BIZ. Women purchased a legendary brand for one point. Eight five million dollars that could have gone to fee. We know homeless or some other charity or Socialist Organization from the Johnson Publishing Company cosmetic brand which was created by unions w Johnson Units Johnson. Okay lots forty six years ago and grew to become one of the most successful black on beauty companies in the world. I wouldn't do. It was was founded in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy three I knew was born. I was yeah I mean that's a good point Fashion Fair one of them first cosmetic glass created for women of color mass six million dollars at the height of his existence off fifty six million dollars they took from the community okay. Black People Coulda used at the start. They own independent Gardens within the same zones we have food deserts but Nah ah we giving it to the makeup ladies so they can just get what mansions and cars. This shit didn't didn't didn't buy tell you that They burnt aren't places down whole cities. Black Wall Street. You know we could have built back with some money that we would have put instead in the makeup independent. Take back up. That's all I'm saying but y'all want to see these just because it's a black one group of black women making all the money. I guess it's okay. Yes yes sir. Oh yes the women will provide a brand through community focused capsule collection. They WANNA introduce the brand to a new generation while staying true to Fashion Fairs Rich Cultural Legacy Z.. Faster Fares just before I community to lose. Are you mean the community. They robbed of all the money that make us look good. Rogers Rogers told CRAIN's Chicago business. The statement We plan to modernize a brand new products but will remain true to the company's rules which was a great prestige product focused on women of color. Prestige is just another word for the bourgeoisie. That is all that is You not fully meets this use. This ain't nothing but donald trump in black face. Okay this hour stars care next thing you know they out out here. Running for President Tinfoil hat need to get on. Now I'm just I'm just trying to stop the capitalism. It is roots your every time I see all these articles goes yes secured. A bag says black girl magic. You're serving black girl capitalism okay. I don't think there's no magic and capitalism earlier this year they purchased the Black Opal really day over there. I'm going for all of the Opel Opel. been around Forever Avenue they China by a park place next at the Black Oval See does our heavens. y'All be okay. And then they raise the rent and now we broke the two. You want to lead. The resurgence of iconic comes historically catered to black women. It really didn't make much take much convincing when she told me we had this opportunity with black OPO for me. Yes it was about up. You didn't cosmetics and skincare it was also about my for my community and women of Color and I love that I felt there were so many opportunities here both in industry and even with this brand eh well. Last time I checked. You can't get US free by buying up the block. Okay Jay Z.. said that everybody said Ed all that was going to do. Raise the rent and black people going gentrify other black out of place. They say that's how he made it 'cause black capitalism. Y'All now you telling me they not about to do this with all these black beauty brands that they bind up See I guess onto y'all you you sure is there. You ought to vote. That was issues. Come at a time. When there still remains a lack of diversity in regard ownership in the beauty industry according to business insider the industry which is worth five hundred thirty two billion dollars is white male dominated right as it should be was white mean? cabalists is exactly who was white patriarchal capitalism. Ask every time a black person get something. I'm going to be on that. Ask Ask 'cause that's why it's only money. But he was getting his money. Are you are you. We all need to be poor and wait to socialism here and then we'll had had a saying Unitel universal income. Do I need to count. My husband would is happening here. I'm just trying to stop the black capitalism chow being seduced by just 'cause Y'all elsie black women were nice makeup looking good shit. I know 'cause I follow most of them on instagram. What we need to stab Bob is what I'm trying to say? That's it for this display.
"johnson publishing company" Discussed on V103
"Legacy series this morning talking about the legacy of black business ownership here in Chicago joined on the line by Clarence Walden. Who is a former editor with Jim magazine as well as more Gina Christian who is a form editor with ebony magazine. The book empire the house that job Johnson built. And it's funny because as I was doing research for this. I went and picked up the fortieth anniversary of black enterprises industrial B industrial one hundred and init- Clarence John H Johnson by two thousand twelve. Johnny johnson. Johnson publishing company had fallen to number thirty and Baldwin Richards foods was number twenty three and gone from the list with some of the prominent names like soft Shane and others. We had one particular oughta actually to black owned auto dealerships one was Sutton auto team in in and the other was occurred. Ac- auto group the advertising agency number four in the country. At that time was Burrell communications and number eight was coming ground. Good to see both of them are still there. Then we had before seaway Bank, a number thirteen Illinois federal savings Bank and number fifteen Highland community Bank. And of course with set managers. We had areo capital investments, which is still going strong as well as Luke. Capital markets, and it's just something there. Because when you look at the BT lists thirty to forty years before twenty twelve it was populated by just the a greater number of black owned businesses Clarence. Yeah. Yes. Indeed. Yes. Indeed. I remember that that issue came as a great surprise that. We would not number one. Really really hit me. Like, wow, what happened? But I do know that I just feel I then than whenever that was still we pull out of it. Whatever that was we would have pulled out of it in that that we did. I don't remember. That. Yes, maybe get answer that question. But it was a big shot. Then. Hey, mark. No, I was just going to say more Gena in terms of there is this brand new documentary that encourage everybody to see on t t w it's called boss. The black experience and business and premiered this past week on W, and the producer there who has done an exceptional job actually came out. And and brought to light some information here that I didn't know, and that was you probably knew this Gina that John H Johnson actually produced a film called the secret selling of the negro market. Yes. Yes. That that was something that was done because not only a pioneer and trailblazer in publishing, but also in business, he was credited with creating the black consumer because their time where in addition to people only believing that African Americans work contributors. The country. But also that there was this belief that we were not consumer and that we didn't purchase and on Wall Street. So he create a documentary because he wanted to show people, and it was also a pamphlet as well that hey, black people by and guess what our money is green too. And that is why he hit that documentary. Always a businessman about him was that he was a better business. Because that is how he was able to make it work. He aligned himself with a bit hide of the industry publishing everywhere. And that's how he was able to continue his impair into building. Because he was a businessman at heart. You go in. I also wanna give who does to Stanley no sin junior who is the producer and documentary filmmaker of the boss, and so once again, go to t t w and see if you can get it online to the phone lines right now going to begin with Mark calling from the west side around. Chicago speaks Chicago a question this morning. Yeah. I mean, Chris was this was news for me too. As a young boy in Jamaica reading ebony I you know, so it's it's reach was global. I mean to say that it didn't just inspire African Americans that did had a global global reach. You know with that said, I think that this is a warning and a cautionary tale stall of that. Hey, the world is changing technology is changing across the landscape, and we have to adjust. I mean, I read that. Yet. We're very slow to get in on the whole internet and moved to digitizing and moving to the internet as a means of communications. So I think that that might have had a huge impact on all of us. You know, our churches our businesses our careers. We have to look at. Hey, what's going on around us? And you know, what I'm doing making sense of what's going on around me. Yeah. And I think that's a question that is a cautionary tale for every single one of us. Indeed. In also invest in ourselves, you know, and and in spend where we live so vitally important. Hey, mark. I appreciate your call this morning. Thank you deed moving on right now to Frank calling from the west side. Also, you're running. Doing good good. Thank you. I'm okay. Happy Easter to you. Of of. Before the Mayflower. Yeah. Upgraded foes black thing that Denison Johnson. I think it was kind of a victim is also own demands not the factor tackle. On whole class. Advertising and promotion and the reach out to I league. Support this coming this. Same Johnson Johnson Becca, plenty of Johnson Johnson. No, no, no, no. That I wish the John sounds was big as John Doug about Johnson and Johnson. That's a privately held Goodman. That is worth billions of dollars. No, no. A lot of people may be today. This is not saying what's causing a back away from. I'm gonna tell you one thing, I think, and I want, you know, more Geena Gina to chime in here. I think that a lot and Clarence you too. I think a lot of people associated Johnson. Did not see Johnson products that that had like soft Shane and things. John Johnson products and afro sheen. You had Johnson products that also was headquartered right here in Chicago. And I think that many people mistake. Johnson product, John publishing company. Time in there. Evect away from it. Two people over the years. So backed away from it. No, I wouldn't go. Let's not be extreme, you know, in terms of how common terms of saying that it's killing. Yeah. Turned on your radio for me there to hang on Lima, Gina, you know, did you find that to be the case during your research there that a lot of people kinda confused Johnson clocks with Johnson publishing? People did confused Iraq and products. Because at one point as I'm Johnny Johnson had an empire that it's reach what within more just publishing, but also in hair care products. He had a line called Rabian access for women trendy had Duke for me. I remember. Use the Duke product into this. I think when I was in one f for Duquet, you know, they're older normally. He utilized his employees as well. He he also I might add he he high and people who work very attractive. So you had a. You have a voice for radio. Offer that reason Denard well right now, okay. Making a black man blush, which is difficult. But. But no, no, no, no. He he did, you know, he he had a sense in terms of what he felt consumers wanted to see. And you know, I forget about that Clarence in terms of, you know, his reach would fashion fair because I don't know if Duke and revealed actually fell onto the fashion fair umbrella. Was different. Hair care products. Did you go? So these different companies within companies people got confused when he moved into care product, but fashion, fair medics, very different. He didn't have any hair care products. However, he he had fragrances and everything else care taking Claire she might remember this highest selling selling product at doing one point was pets, which was the bleaching cream. Oh, yeah. Understand why women. Janet, he thought that was so funny and and he was amused by. But it was really something that was like number one. In addition to the lipsticks. I remember specifically talking. In the foundations with the orange base. You know, something you have to have. Yeah. Bleaching cream? Incredible. You know, a said legacy there in terms of what people have colored try to do themselves instead of. The entire world right now. The number one selling products are tanning creams for people that have color. Are blessed with this protective coloring agent. Call men, you know, melody. Still trying to bleach themselves, but I digress. Moving to a first caller. And that is the trees calling from Chicago. Thanks for being the first time. Caller, you common question. This morning. I just want to share that. I the pleasure MRs John and the driver, and he was asked me VIP person. And I just want to say that one of the events. I would take them to at the Sheridan and unit mister Johnson unique Johnson. She says. You think? Car. Co the car if you want to and. Nonsense guy. He. When he is. You know, and I met a couple of the page F A SM business name is telling me that it's early. Oh, much about his people. You know, he did not pay the lunch. They ate lunch for free and that kind of stuff don't happen companies. And you just know that he was a good, man. And I really feel bad about you know, what's happening with them, and Linda and everything so I just wish him the best. And I just want to come to appreciate him because they really good. You know, the for us in Justice. I want to share this to work. Appreciate you being the first time call a mixture, it's not you less. Okay. Absolutely. Thank you, very well. Go ahead. Fans corrected because while we didn't eat for free. A Wapping one dollars. Yeah. I was going to. And let me tell you fade a whopping one dollar. And if you didn't watch self an exercise, I have a young metabolism at the time you were going to come out like two tons of fun. I said I was your side when I started here and that really bright me. So like, you said you had to they push up meaning push push it back away from the table because we weren't talking just little things were like going to a mortgage. Boy, you have to. The hot meal, and then you the it was the desert. It was just new afternoon for lunch. I'm talking about Colin grow and. And and I remember when I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Sammy Davis junior. And and he's you know, anytime that he would come in Clarence could, you know, vouch for this when he would come first thing that he would want was chitlins is like chitlins at. Literally make chitlins in the kitchen with Sammy Davis junior. We have a private luncheon with them. You know, he I am, you know, young twenty something and sitting down, you know, at lunch would Sammy Davis junior outta vis eaten chitlins. Clair's tell you this. But the late great Queen of soul. Read the Franklin also mentioned she wanted to come by. Right. Yeah. The only thing was afraid of elevators go of elevated. So we couldn't downstairs to the lobby because. Walked into the lobby to be treated, the great Johnson publising up. And all of a sudden you walk it smelt chitlins. I don't think that will work. But you know, it I'm glad that we're able to you know, to bring levity to this very depressing topic because today is eastern it's all about resurrection. And and I have to call on the line. I want them to be patient mainly because I want them to comment on the next segment that we're going to be doing. So that's the reason why that going, but the reason why say that is that it's important for us to realize the vibrancy that is should Kogyo. You know, a know that Clarence and transplants, we truly truly love this city, and I just love the city's contribution to the world, especially in terms of black business, Clarence absolutely. Absolutely. And and again is got with Johnson. Evanston jet will be here in spirit to ever..
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"Is there more Gina that Johnson publishing company fell on bankruptcy? How did that impact? You. The way probably impacted people not only locally but across the world. It was. Sad and everyone's somewhat surprising. Although it had been a slow decline considering that not only was I in editor with ebony magazine. But I also started my career alongside Clarence lodging at jet magazine. And it was a very difficult time. It was like losing a family member. And as one of our former editor that every magazine said it was like moving a family member that had been on life support. Yeah. And talking about life support, you know. The word empire there. Now, we only think about empires term of being that that FOX show Jesse slips Millette just let there at the center of the controversy, but truly it wasn't empire. You know when I was there back in the late eighties Clarence. And you know, and at that time, you know, for years, Mr. Johnson took pride in the fact that when black into prize report came out with its top black businesses in the world. Johnson publishing company always held the top spot. Clarins? If you. Word the little days. Blooming days those days, and I felt proud to be at Johnson public company remaining every year number one business and I remember those Christmas parties to enter the. Very very exciting to look at what we would doing. New to this year is like a wow kind of feeling never can beat. It could be you know. But what is it, you know, in terms of here? We are. We see black billionaires and reality, though, the majority of the black billionaires are from Africa. I think we only have two or three that are African Americans. But when we look at black businesses should Kogyo used to be the mecca for black businesses Martina. Chicago was a metropolis and Johnny Johnson did something that hadn't been done than not only locally. But it in the world, which is to have a thriving and successful African American publishing company buying for his three and that hadn't been done people. Many people have done this. But the problem with that many did not succeed. And the problem was because they did not have the financial means to do. So they restarted and then for whatever reasons that ended once again because financial. The console was a thriving huffily Buckley place at the time when he came to like, so many it was during the great migration, and it was not far from where done, but Betsy. Founded Chicago where this man with his empire on eight twenty south Michigan avenue. It was the model of black extent where people were expiration and inspirational in not only looking at the publication. But looking at what this man did he was a model in every way in terms of publishing and media. It truly wasn't empire because it was more than just magazines and publishing it was cosmetic. It was traveled radio stations. You TV show. The world's largest traveling fashion show that people went to every year. Yes. Well, we are going to discuss that legacy and that loss of legacy..
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"We wish you a glorious day on this most sacred day on the Christian calendar and glorious were used to describe today's forecast. More on the weather in just a few moments. This morning show is to be devoted to legacy institutions and their impact on creating vibrant communities when I first moved to Chicago some three decades ago. I was amazed at how vibrant the black business community was here. There was Johnson products, soft, sheen must've products, and of course, Johnson publishing company for which I worked for five years for years the nation's largest black owned business now it's sad to report. The once formidable business forces, no more as JPC has filed for bankruptcy. Gonna fashion fair. The iconic building on Michigan avenue, and most importantly, the pride that we held for the company. This morning will reflect on that legacy of J P C and the loss of black businesses and the city that was once known as the black business mecca. We'll talk to former jet editor, Clarence Waldron and more Gina Christian form. Ebony bitter and the editor and author of the book empire the house that John H Johnson built when we discussed causes and solutions to crime in our communities last week, many callers cited the Christian churches role in resurrecting areas that have fallen on hard times just as billions of people celebrate Christ's resurrection from the grave this morning. We're going to look at the local churches role in repairing and revivify community. When we talked to some local pastors who had tried to do just that I will speak to Reverend Dr Eric boon and Reverend Michael butter the preacher Watson to Br. Others who are found as of young bless men. And young bless women ministries pastors at tree of life missionary Baptist church in Gary, Indiana. We'll also hear from past in Chris Harris, bright star church that is doing some innovative things to build community and the city's Brownsville neighborhood. And we'll close out our legacy theme when we hear about an art auction to benefit scholarships were needy students at the dealer, Sal institutes. So as is the case every Sunday morning, there's a lot to speak tube. But before we begin here are some news, headlines and weather. A two year old girl is safe this morning at the car. She was riding in was stolen early. This morning. Police say the mother left the car running outside a store thirty nine hundred block of west Roosevelt road when someone stole the vehicle around twenty minutes later car was found what the young girl inside unharmed. She was taken to the hospital for operation. No arrests have been made tragedy. To report this Easter morning officials in Sri Lankans say five hundred sixty people have been injured in a series of explosions that killed over a hundred and thirty people bombs exploded at three luxury hotels three churches during Easter services today in Colombo across relinquish at least nine foreigners among the dead in Colombo, the nation's top military officials are holding an emergency meeting and will issue a statement on the blast later this morning. Conic film director John singleton is in the ICU after suffering. A stroke reports say the boys in the hood filmmaker had checked himself into the hospital at they're experiencing weakness and his leg following a flight home from cost Rica, the fifty one year old family members says that he had the stroke while in the hospital care on Wednesday. Doctors say the stroke was mild and said that he is performing more tests net clear on when singleton is going to be released or how long he's going to remain in the hospital, but his family is asking for privacy at this time. In sports. The cubs lose to the Diamondbacks in the NBA playoffs. The bucks rocket seventy Sixers and nuggets are all.
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"Company filed for chapter seven bankruptcy late yesterday. And it plans to sell all its assets, and Cheryl corley reports. There is perhaps no better example of Johnson publishing companies disappearing act then here on Chicago's Michigan avenue. I'm standing in front of the company's former headquarters once a luxurious monument to black business success and the first building in the city designed by a black architect. It's now an apartment building. Oh, Northwestern University journalism. Professor Charles Whitaker. Worked at Johnson publishing for a decade at ebony magazine says just Santa pass by the building and see leasing signs being monument that John Johnson built that was such a source of pride to black America to see that pass is, you know, put a lump in your throat the late John H Johnson and his wife Eunice founded Johnson publishing in the early nineteen forties to showcase the achievements of black Americans. The historic photos in coverage of the nineteen fifty five lynching of Chicago and imitate will help spark the country's civil rights. Movement. Lynn Norman, a former ebony managing editor says she grew up with the magazines like so many other African Americans. They were always on the coffee table at our home. It was used as a resource homework school. But also as a way to let me know going up in a small town in Tennessee that as a big one oh daddy circulation and at revenue for the flagship magazines plummeted though over the years and in twenty eleven Johnson publishing took a crucial step selling an equity stake to banker J P Morgan Chase. It's old ebony and jet to a pair of African American venture capitalist in two thousand sixteen and a few years ago, the company tried relaunching its fashion,.
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"To take a bag of cash the more than happy to collect that tax revenue last month. The house committee approved a Bill that would legalize banking for pot businesses. It has one hundred fifty seven bipartisan cosponsors so far anti cannabis groups oppose the Bill and legalization. Generally, they argue the legal trade is a threat to public health that outweighs the tax benefits. But Allison Martin says there are safety reasons to legalize banking for the industry because these are essentially cash only businesses they become sitting ducks for robberies thefts in those sorts of things. Martin co-founded the new site cannabis wire, she's banking is the industry's biggest challenge. I don't think I've talked to anybody who hasn't had banking headaches. Tom giovanni? Says he thinks that will change soon. He says better access to banks would help him grow the business faster and hire more and in the long run raise even more tax revenue for the government. But until then he'll continue moving piles of cash about in bullet-proof vans under a blanket of secrecy. You can Gucci and PR news. It is all over for Johnson publishing company for more than seven decades, the conic black company, the former owner of ebony and jet magazines was at the forefront of African American culture. The company filed for chapter seven bankruptcy late yesterday. And it plans to sell all its assets, and Cheryl corley reports. There is perhaps no better example, Johnson publishing companies disappearing act in here on Chicago's Michigan avenue. I'm standing in front of the company's former headquarters once they luxurious monument to.
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"Netanyahu appears to be headed towards a historic fifth term as Israel's prime minister. President Trump this morning says his reelection is good for peace efforts in the Middle East BB one. I think we'll see some pretty good action to gems base. Everyone said, and I never made it a promise. But everybody said you can't have peace in the Middle East with Israel and the Palestinians. I think we have a chance, and I think we have now a better chance with BB having won. Reelection will also give Netanyahu an important boost as he braces for the likelihood of criminal charges in a series of corruption scandals, Chicago's icon ick. Johnson publishing company owner for decades of avenue and jet magazine's has filed for bankruptcy liquidation in federal court. In announcing the petition filed yesterday, the company said it was caught in a tidal wave of marketplace changes and business issues, which despite exhaustive efforts could not be overcome. The company was founded in nineteen forty two here in Chicago WLS news time ten oh four, but this overturned semi is blocking a ramp here. I fifty seven outbound at I eighty so the ran from outbound on fifty seven eastbound eighty closed because of a rollover semi Kennedy O'Hare to downtown forty four the isolated slow Thorndale to the post office Forty-five slow going on the Stevenson next traffic update in fifteen minutes. This hour is sponsored in part by Dell. Dell small business technology advisors know, there's nothing spell about your business. That's why they offer one on one partnership and reliable business PC's with Intel core processors.
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"Now, the guilty plea in the college admissions bribery scandal Michael center, the former men's tennis coach at the university of Texas at Austin will plead guilty to conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud said there was accused of accepting nearly one hundred thousand dollars to help a non tennis playing applicant get admitted as a recruit wants enroll the student never played. He was among several coaches at elite universities charged in the scam. Which also in snared prominent parents in Hollywood actresses John Scott reporting Johnson publishing company owner of the iconic every jet magazines that help change the negative image of black people portrayed by US media, father backruptcy liquidation, Tuesday, and a federal court Chicago announcing the chapter seven backruptcy petitioned. The company said it was caught in a tidal wave of marketplace changes and business issues, which despite exhausted efforts could not be overcome. This is townhall dot com. A teenager in Bangladesh is in critical condition after she was set on fire in an apparent revenge attack, the teenager and family father sexual assault case against her school. Principal allegation divided the school's community on Saturday. She went back to sit major exams. She says several young women in burqas took a run to the roof and tilted to withdraw the allegation when she refused. They doused her care scene and set her on fire the cases caused fresh debate about the high levels of violence against women in Bangladesh, and the lack of protection for those who speak out, that's the BBC's. Jill mcgivering reporting. The Dalai Lama has been hospitalized in the Indian capital with a chest infection and is feeling better. His spokesman said Wednesday. The eighty three year old Tabet and spiritual leader is under medication and likely to spend a day or two in the hospital. More of these stories at townhall dot com. I'm Patrick fos. Hi, friends..
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"And his former military chief Benny Gaunt's locked in a race in which no winners been declared learning from the exit polls that this is a race. It is still too close to call some of those exit. Polls showing that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is trailing from as much as one to four seats behind Benny gone and others. He is tied ABC's Donald Miller in Jerusalem under by partisan push back against his immigration, shake, President Trump's at he's not looking to revive the family separation Bala at the southern border at the same time, though, he suggested the policy had worked deter migrants coming into the US. He did not offer any evidence to back the claim Chicago's icon. A Johnson publishing company is filed for bankruptcy liquidation. For decades, ABC owned ebony and jet magazines that help change the image of black people portrayed by US media. Richard cantu. AB? And I'm with my friend that good Greek Spiro, of course of good Greek moving and storage, you used to be a police officer. So security's a big deal to you. Absolutely. Yes. I've utilized all of my knowledge from being a police officer in the way of hiring processes betting, employee's making sure that the people we serve to your home are safe and clean and reliable. I hear from everybody who has moved with good creek Spiro. You are the best from the person who answers the telephone to the guy who shows up at your door, the packing, the moving even if they need storage, right or absolutely. I we've got a brand new facility. It's climate controlled high level of security. You know, we strive to be the best. We want to be the leaders in the industry. Joyce. It's.
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"Giving you the headlines three you nine hundred seventy two hundred. But we're asking talk basketball as the breaking news that Magic Johnson is out as the president of operations. I can't think of a better guess to have in studio to talk basketball. Brandon Robinson is here. He will join us right after the news, which just remarkable timing. Yes. Hey, Chicago, remarkable timing. All these thoughtful big cerebral questions about basketball and Magic Johnson's out. So it's perfect. We'll just talk about Magic Johnson. That's all good. Yeah. So never though moment with the Lakers this season. It's it's surprising. I guess as their season over or are they just made this announcement game before. So basically, the Magic Johnson who was the president of basketball Angeles. Lakers did not want to tell Jeanie Buss that he wanted to step down as president of baseball operations and had a over forty minute presser before game. And so I was at the United Center came over here and kind of been checking in with some folks, my league sources and basically boils down to head coach Luke Walton who has a very good relationship with the bus family Jeanie Buss former Laker was drafted actually ever leave in two thousand three the same draft. Lebron James was drafted it. And there's just this disparity of what's next and coaching process the pressure. You know, Magic Johnson said that he would step down. I think after year two of this project. If it didn't go down the way, he thought it would and a little premature. We'll get all of that. And we'll talk more about that coming up right after the headlines which are sponsored by Kars for Kids. Here's Andrea darlas. Chicago's historic. Johnson publishing company has filed for bankruptcy this afternoon. The company published some of the country's most recognizable African American magazine, including ebony and jet magazines, both were sold in twenty sixteen. A congressional hearing on online hate turned into a vivid? Demonstration of the problem when a YouTube livestream, the proceedings was bombarded with racist and antisemitic comments YouTube disabled, the live chat section of the streaming video about thirty minutes into the hearing and the year old man charged with lying to the feds about being Timothy pits. Missing Aurora boy will continue to be held without by a US magistrate considers it Brian Rini is a flight risk charge last week after DNA tests proved that he was not Pinson, traffic, sports and weather next on WGN. Link and they're going to find out who they are without us over more. Recent we come to West Virginia,.
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"Kim, Gordon has got the WGN news right now, mostly cloudy, sixty three at O'Hare Chicago's historic. Johnson publishing company has filed for bankruptcy this afternoon. The company published some of the country's most recognizable African American magazines, including ebony and jet. Both magazines were sold in two thousand sixteen legislation was introduced in Springfield today to change the constitution and allow voters to decide on governor Pritzker fare tax plan. The governor says he's open to debate from both parties. But if it's a no go schools, universities community, colleges, social service agencies and public safety by fifteen percent or raise taxes on everyone. From those making thirty thousand dollars to those making a million dollars by twenty percent. The plan would raise taxes on the state's wealthiest not the middle class. Speaking of taxes. Are you getting a smaller than expected tax refund at house budget hearing on Capitol Hill today? Illinois, congressman Mike Quigley effing IRAs. Commissioner Charles reading refunds or down six billion dollars compared to last year as of March twenty nine we have issue two hundred six billion dollars in refunds associated with seventy one million separate refunds, and you know, we're more or less on par with where we were last year tax day is Monday, April fifteenth Israelis voted to maintain the status quo that from senior Palestinian leaders is suppose revealed no clear winner in the general election. Both prime minister Netanyahu's right-wing Likud party and the rival centers blue and white party claim victory today a congressional hearing on online, hey turned into a vivid demonstration of the problem. When YouTube livestream of the proceedings was bombarded with racist, and antisemitic comments YouTube disabled, the live chat section of the streaming video about thirty minutes into the hearing the twenty three year old man charged with lying to federal agents about being Timothy. Fits in the missing Aurora boy will continue to be held without bond a US magistrate considers Brian Rini flight risk. He was charged last week after DNA tests proved he was not pit sin drivers need to slow down. Stay off their phones. Obey the signs and be alert for workers that message from the Illinois department of transportation during work zone awareness week. I dot spokesperson guide trivial says speeders face big fines. And if you hit a worker, you could spend fourteen years in jail. Concerned about though crashes and work ten to be more severe four out of five crashes of Potala involves somebody driving for work. Each year in Illinois. There are more than fifty three hundred crashes in works owns and now WGN sports. Here's Kevin Powell. Thank you, Kim White Sox trailing the temporaries ten to five in the bottom of the ninth on the south side cubs after their opening day win the host the pirates tomorrow night. John Lester could miss an upcoming star team expected to place the lefty on the inter- list after he left yesterday's game with left hamstring tightness around baseball. Pittsburgh pitcher, Chris Archer has been suspended for five games Cincinnati outfielder yelp week for two and reds manager. David bell for one game for their roles in a bench clearing scuffle last week. And it's the home finale tonight lows the Knicks Virginia celebrating its first national title after they held off Texas Tech in overtime last night. The Cavaliers host a championship parade this weekend preseason schedule has been released. Carolina to start things off at the giants at the colts. They wrap up preseason play at Soldier Field. When they host the titans the exact dates to be determined. Masters. We continue in Augusta tee-times announced today. Tiger Woods off at ten. Four on Thursday morning. Roy macaroni and Ricky Fowler are.
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"Local station anytime like this hey smart device play npr joining us now to talk about the diversifying makeup industry is jordan home it she's a reporter for bloomberg news and joins us from npr in new york jordan welcome thank you so that number about how much the beauty industry is worth is that about right just under a half trillion dollars yes that's the global number in the us was the largest market for cosmetic brands in the beauty industry is there on eighteen billion and a lot of that is made up of makeup makeup cells and revenue for makeup give us a sense of some of the big trends in the industry particularly in light of fifty beauty which was just launched by the pop star riana here she is talking about the launch of this hugely successful brand we've had this amazing emotional connection with customers who've never been able to find their shaded foundation for i mean like women crying the counters is crazy to even think about because when i first started creating the brand and make dacian it wasn't that deep for me i just the first woman i ever saw put makeup one hundred faces a black woman that's my mom and so when i'm thinking of my customer that is one of my customers and i wanna i wanted everybody to feel like they can come and be part of the frontier moment and the new generation in my words speaking about the brand finci beauty jordan y is feni beauty such a big deal definitely i think that ron clip really wrapped it up is very emotional to finally after waiting so long to get the shade that perfectly fits your skin tone and that's what finci in other brands are now doing for darker skinned women brown skinned women black women and that's just a huge still because black consumers have a huge buying power that wasn't being tapped into before riana really brought it to the market and now the huge trend is her pop up shops and those you know when she has won those product selo immediately so people just have been wanting to have a brand that is catering specifically to them we were speaking to jordan homeowner reporter from bloomberg also joining us now on the line from whyy in philadelphia is university of delaware associate professor tiffany gill she's the author of beauty shop politics african american women's activism in the beauty industry tiffany welcome to one a thanks for having me what's your take on this story let me start with that before we back up a little bit historically finci beauty what's your take on the impact this has kind of in a larger more historical context serve when the fence he launched came i was really a staunch by how actually it was an astonishing how popular it was but just how surprising it was to the rest of the beauty industry when it came and it launched with forty different shades for different complexions it wasn't the first beauty brand to do this but what i think fend he did and riyan it's clip that you played earlier illustrates is beautifully is that black women were made to feel at the center of this brand black women were not as an afterthought or something that wasn't central to the brand and i think this really gets at questions around the meaning of beauty and the way that beauty has often been aligned within western culture with whiteness and so for riana to say that the first woman she saw putting on makeup was her mother and that the black women consumer was at the center is really what made this quite a phenomena tiffany give us a sense of people of color and make up just in the last few decades or so i know there there's there's a very long story and we'll get into some more of that in a little bit but where does feni beauty said historically over the last few decades in terms of independent efforts to create more lines that cater to people of color what's interesting is that when we look at the long history of african americans and beauty we really see turning point happening in the nineteen seventies and in the nineteen seventies eunice johnson created fashion fair cosmetics and of course johnson was part of the johnson publishing company which published ebony magazine and she had been doing fashion shows around the world featuring black models and was unable to find makeup that the models could use and so she approached a couple of mainstream beauty companies and.
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"The new york times are committed to reporting the facts this is all things considered from npr news mary louise kelley elsa chang the justice department is reopening its investigation into the nineteen fifty five murder of emmett till based on the discovery of what it calls new information till was just fourteen years old visiting family in mississippi when a white woman said he had made crude sexual advances toward her he was kidnapped from his bed at night beaten and shot in the head his mutilated body was found days later in a river his mother mamie till mobely insisted on an open casket because she wanted the world to witness exactly what the attackers had done to her son to be a vein thing the calls a feeling i will say that he died the two white men who were tried in nineteen fiftyfive for till's murder were acquitted and both of them are now dead last year in his book the blood of emmett till researcher timothy tyson disclosed that the white woman who accused till had told him that her story was not true he joins us now from durham north carolina welcome glad to be here can we first step back for a moment and just give us some historical context how did emmett till murder helped galvanize the civil rights movement mainly bradley emmett's mother got his body back to chicago and had an open casket funeral somewhere between a hundred thousand two hundred and fifty thousand people viewed the body in the course of several days she then harness the power of black chicago the n double acp the chicago defender the johnson publishing company which is jet and ebony half a dozen other magazines all of these institutions with national reach she inspires a movement that elevated martin luther king the world historical status passed the civil rights act and the voting rights that national infrastructure was built by the till case now many people including emmett till family hope that your book would lead to reopening the investigation into his murder because you had the chance to speak with carolyn bryant donham the the white woman who had accused hill of harassing her can you just describe how she remembers this very brief encounter between emmett till and her she said her testimony in court of him grabbing her and making sexual advances to her that part's not true i said well what is true and she said to be perfectly honest i don't remember you tell these stories over and over until they seem true then she said nothing that boy did could ever justify what happened to him what do you make of the department of justice reopening this investigation think that it's a cynical political charade and utter hypocrisy for the justice department of jeff beauregard sessions and donald trump to feign caring about a black child murdered in nineteen fifty five when they're holding children of color in cages when they can't find a moral distinction between the nazis and those who demonstrate against them when jeff sessions has spent his whole career supporting restrictions on voting rights and i think it is rich with irony even if no one is prosecuted alternately is there value in just correcting the record in confirming that the allegations were false well i think that's been done that's in the blood of emmett till the fbi has never really close this case and there's a five hundred page report of the fbi's findings from nineteen fifty five certainly on into the nineteen ninety s nobody on to me the the fact that caroline bryant lied in court is not the morning news nobody believes she was telling the truth that's timothy tyson author of the blood of emmett till thanks very much for joining us thank you so much for having me the supreme court could soon shift to the right on some key issues if judge brad kavanagh is confirmed to replace retiring justice anthony kennedy abortion rights advocates are concerned that the newly configured court might reverse or substantially erode rove weighed that decision guaranteeing woman's right to an abortion under that scenario states could have free rein to restrict the procedure as npr's sarah mccamman reports reproductive rights activists are already taking up the fight over abortion in state legislatures before roe versus wade abortion was regulated by the states and most abortions were illegal in most of the.
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"Doing today finally after couldn't after two weeks of having the deck's stacked against them finally giving on the year all right we move on down freedom's highway the uh the child it'd be nice to him and the deaths which you give yeah y all right i'm on my goal even hang and i'm gonna let him have his say i i don't know how much money he sends us i i i don't know i don't know what gave him new i was in okay i'm gonna get a dissenting voice dad would say today and boy okay this is what makes america great folks all right one eight hundred nine two three nine three a hudson one nine two three nine three eight five black history i'm reading out over the before the mayflower history of black america and reading in the front part of the johnson publishing company nineteen sixty nine his book has been around a long time let me see while copyrighted 1960 119 sixty nine had some great information and it just for black history we from page one eighty four thin before the mayflower negroes than whites and i quote negroes and whites we're going to school together riding on streetcars together and cohabitating in and out of wedlock negro men were marrying white women in the south but it was more fashionable investigators report for white men to marry negro women and then the racial board was running of the university of south carolina when they grow professor a rich it t o was teaching white and black youth metaphysics analogically of these things were happening on a higher level what of the masses and there again that the description of this day while the lines a full description of a this got a few lines for the first time this morning one.