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"joseph louis" Discussed on Daily Detroit
"A thousand times by guys at bars and angry commenters online. The one thing. That joe louis fist is not about is the divide between the city and suburbs in fact after my work on this. It's more than a monument to one of the greatest boxers. The world has known. I think it's one of the most patriotic statues in america. We're going to hop around a bit. But let's i turn the calendar back to nineteen thirty. six adolf. Hitler was quickly gaining power. In europe the nazi regime was spewing hatred around the world part of that misinformation campaign was to rise up quote racially perfect unquote athletes to show the quote. Superiority unquote of the aryan race boxer. Max schmeling became for a while his poster boy for this but the motor city had an answer in joe. Louis but who was joseph louis barrault. He wasn't born here. That was near lafayette alabama nineteen fourteen but his family arrived twelve years later during the gogo times. Been nineteen twenties in one thousand. Nine hundred ninety six detroit was booming. The skyline was very different. That's the same year. The tall part of the book tower on washington boulevard was freshly complete iconic structures. We see today like the guardian building and the scott tower had not been built instead of the bad detroit. Lions we had the final season of the terrible detroit panthers in the nfl. The city was comfortably more than a million people strong. It'd be like today. If the entirety of oakland county lived only in the city limits in fact those city limits. We know today. Only it'd been just established that year in nineteen twenty six is when the final bits of the west side and the east side were annexed in detroit of a century ago was a very different place in truth outside of the street names and a couple select neighborhoods it be almost unrecognizable to the people who live in metro detroit. Today joseph louis barrow spent his teenage years growing up in the city's black bottom neighborhood a segregated area that was mostly and very intentionally erased by the construction of three seventy five and what we call lafayette park today. At the time black people could only legally live in certain areas of town. And even then if you step too far out a mob would pull your front porch off as a warning or worse but one building stands today albeit in ruins. Lewis spent a lot of time and learn boxing at the brewster recreation center. Some real audio clips of the now joe. Louis.
"joseph louis" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
"He's two hundred sixty five feet away so that's not a threat to anyone The bullet exits the back of his skull. And he's killed instantly and he's the one in that whole like heart wrenching photo. Bending down that's him and she's coming right that's right. I talked about her in the nearby. His friend and fellow activist nineteen-year-old Honor Student Alison Krauss. She's shot three times in the back as they're trying to run away. The fatal shot enters through her left arm and travels to her chest killing her. Both those two students Had been actively involved in the demonstration but the other two fatalities bow shot at a distance of about three hundred ninety feet were by standards on their way to class. Twenty Year Old Sandy Scheuer who was walking with whenever speech and hearing therapy. Students across the green is shot through the neck and dies of blood loss and William Schroeder whose nineteen and attending Kent State on an ROTC scholarship He's walking between classes when he's hitting the chest. The bullet entered his back and shatters a rib and he dies almost an hour later at a local hospital and so one of the National Guard. Only one of them admits to actually aiming at a specific person and that person's eighteen year old demonstrator named Joseph Louis because as they pointed their guns at them he flipped them off not knowing obviously that their actual bullets in the guns. He was the closest victim of the shooting. He was a full sixty feet away. So that was the closest person which obviously is not a threat right but the argument that won the National Guard was threatened. They were at least sixty feet to three hundred fucking ninety feet away. That's not a threat and also none of those people had weapons so as much as you can talk about vibes or you know like a group of people. Whatever it just like. That doesn't really hold up to P. L. Who are standing there with machine guns or whatever these whatever guns they had right and that's how I mean the more reading. I did the less I wanted. I you can't blame the National Guard completely. Either they were putting this impossible situation that the people who are higher up than them should have handled. They shouldn't even put in that situation right. You know and they are also nineteen twenty year old kids. Who Don't have experience so you know. And they're through. They do feel threatened because they don't have the proper training to know what to do in a situation like that. Yeah and they're they're feeling it's like it only takes one when there's one side with a bunch of guns and one without like you see it in action resolve the time or whatever where it's like hold hold your fire moment where one person to fire and then other people start because they exactly doing. It's one fearful person who shoots the first or second. Maybe there's one guy in there is absolutely piece of shit and starts firing and the rest of them shoot as well. You know And so he's just as a completely uneducated outsider. Who's read no books and an only knows about this from watching you know. Usa in the sixties types of documentaries. Yeah as much as the National Guard can say. That's obviously what officials statements usually sound like that. They've gentle threatened. Dave feel threatened that someone sixty feet away might run toward them like eat no matter what the students were unarmed like. There's no excuse that's not. It just doesn't hold water anyway. Doesn't know you're absolutely right. It does ant. That's not an excuse. 'cause it's threatened as you feel that's why you have the gun in your hand so right you're actually can't feel too threatened for someone who doesn't also have a gun because they can't kill you and you can kill them right. They're not going to overpower you. And take your gun. Yeah it's just. Yeah but this guy. Joseph Louis later says he had been a relatively passive participant up into this point but he sees the military a threat violence against the students. It pisses him off so much. The audacity He personally had worked through high school to save enough money for one year of college. And now these men are taking over his campus. And he's so pissed off that he flips them off. And this guardsmen. Larry Schaefer raises his m one and shoots Joseph Lewis in the stomach. And after he falls another guardsmen shoots him in the leg while he's on the ground but he survives. But it's just it's you know. Clearly were shot in the back. Who WERE PEOPLE? It seems like people were targeted. The people who were actually actively Protesting yes somehow got shot from three hundred feet away clearly clearly. Yep Yep right because this is the second shot the Guy Flipping people off. You could be right off. The first shot shot. What's the value of that like you? You shot someone in the stomach. It's a body like totally that and that's shoot to kill to shoot someone in the stomach. So in the chaos that follows the shooting the guard returns to the Commons. And they're a full riot is threatening to break out. This hasn't fucking de-escalated yet. But thank God. The faculty marshals led by Glenn. Frank a geology professor truly. I mean. They're the heroes of that day. They successfully persuade students students not to injure their lives by taking on the guard because now these students are fucking pissed to up. You know they see their fellow students bleeding from the head so I looked at our my favorite murder email and Laura are her. Mom was there that day and she wrote to a lawyer wrote to us and said that her mom said thank God for the professors who stepped in She says putting themselves in danger and to try to deescalate the situation. The guard was saying they would shoot again if everyone did not immediately get inside so the professors were out there with bullhorns and you can hear the recordings of them yelling and they sound like they're about to fucking cry and they're just shoving students into whatever building they could keep them out to keep them out of harm's way like just trying to get them to disperse and she says my mom was ushered into a random dorm assigned a random room with a few other girls in order to stay in the room until further notice and then she says once the whole shooting scene was cleared. They told all the students they had two hours to get their shit and leave campus indefinitely. Wow and then if you weren't gone within the allotted two hours you would officially be under martial law so then then University President Robert White Orders University closed and it remains closed for six weeks so photographs of the dead are distributed and all these powerful photos are distributed newspapers. All over the world Newsweek reports that a story An article headlined my God. They're killing us And the cover features a photo of fourteen year old runaway. Mary Ann but Chico. She's the one who screaming in anguish kneeling. Over Jeff. Miller Stud Body. The photograph was taken by Kent State. Photojournalism student John Filo fucking Pulitzer Prize and that for that photo and it becomes the most enduring image of the of Kent State and also of the Vietnam War like one of the most lasting images of of the protest on the following weeks over four hundred colleges and high schools and four million students across the country lead strikes and demonstrations against the shooting and the Cambodia invasion at the University of Wisconsin Madison campus known for radicalism. There's twenty firebombings there's militant activism. I mean people are just fucking losing their shit people who weren't involved before you know students are now just protesting. This and you know a lot of the colleges are cancelled for the rest of the year etc so Nixon and his administration's public reaction to the shootings are perceived as callous. Nixon says quote when descent turns violence. It invites tragedy essentially don't descent and there won't be fucking violence. He saying right no matter what's happening in your country descent or get to kill you all right and then there's tragedy so great job to send you know just five days after the shooting. One hundred thousand people demonstrate in Washington DC. It's the size of the strike which is pretty peaceful it stirs Nixon so Nixon. I mean God. Watch this documentary. But he goes out to the Lincoln Memorial Tim and meets with student protesters and acknowledges them as citizens and not bombs which had called them before the shooting and he kind of is like I understand your concerns and kind of validates them which is shocking and on May fourteenth in a much less publicized event. Another on campus shooting results in the deaths of two students and the wounding of twelve others. It's at Jackson State University in Mississippi. This time law enforcement officers fire more than one hundred fifty rounds in thirty seconds into a women's dormitory while the students because the students were protesting. They went in there. They shot a hundred fifty rounds in thirty second. Holy Shit. Why haven't you heard about it? It was a lack university. That's right is that right well. Who Yup and the students who were killed were black. So of course. The event is largely ignored by the media. But it's also important to note that the surge in anti war sentiment leads to a rise of pro-war supporters known as the silent majority these people who are the silent majority who were just kind of you know not super political living their lives now they want to show support of the US and they end up handing Nixon a landslide victory in the nineteen seventy-two President Presidential Election Essentially. It caused all these people who are somewhat conservative but not totally. A lot of them are Democrats. Who weren't really interested in politics to rally to show their disdain. They were almost voting for Nixon to show their disdain for the antiwar movement You know who might not have voted so of course there's always investigatory commissions and court trials. Follow that I won't get into Th they're trying to answer whether the National Guard was under sufficient threat to use force And they they testify that they felt the need to discharge their weapons because they feared for their life But there is a civil suit by the injured Kent State students and their families and a settlement was reached in nineteen seventy nine and the national guard. Ohio agreed to pay those injured in the events. six hundred and seventy five thousand dollars which is like I think. Five million or something in today's money home. So November nineteen seventy four. Eight former guardsmen are acquitted violating the civil rights of the students By a US District Court. So they're acquitted. The silent majority was whereas on that court. That's the antiwar protests draw on an when Nixon begins to withdraw the US soldiers from Vietnam in nineteen seventy-three basically ends the US involvement in the Vietnam War. But the Kent State shootings continue to reverberate through society and our culture because two people who were at Kent State that day to art students. Mark Mothers Bah and Jerry Ca Sale. They react to their front like they were friends with some of the people who were killed and they formed their band diva. Though Dave the band's philosophy is that mankind has hit a wall in evolution and is now evolving in reverse high E. D. evolution. That really without me de-evolution. They couldn't have been more right. I mean it's still happening..
"joseph louis" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Degrees at international at seven thirty on rose Ryan Douglas the you do not use order has been lifted enable township residents still can't drink the water a series of tests must be done before that water is declared safe and the earliest I can happen is tomorrow there was a back flow into the water system raising the possibility of contamination F. B. I. is asking for help finding a missing teen from Virginia who is considered endangered fourteen year old is a bill Hicks was last seen home north of Richmond early Monday morning she's believed to be with Bruce Lindsey junior they may be in a light blue Toyota matrix with a Virginia license plate possibly camping in wooded areas it's unclear in which direction they're headed but the FBI wanted to spread the word in the Pittsburgh area Philadelphia police inspector Carl Holmes is facing charges he sexually assaulted three female officers the latest development in a department played by sexual misconduct allegations that fueled the police commissioners recent resignation a grand jury probe determined that Holmes abuse his power after mentoring female officers at the police academy and in other roles the charges come two years after the city settled a female detective sexual harassment lawsuit involving homes for one and a quarter million dollars Pittsburgh's growing reputation as a center for robotics and artificial intelligence is getting another boost KDKA radio's Joe to see reports that many you know call the strip district long known for food and produce a robotics row Honeywell is joining that row with what it calls its robotics innovation hub moving into three crossings the center will develop supply chain technology as companies face a surgeon online ordering Honeywell spokesman says they will be looking to fill a variety of engineering roles no word on how many a former Amazon executive Joseph Louis will head Honeywell center here former president Jimmy Carter has been released from a Georgia hospital following treatment for a fall at his home in the evening he said to be in good spirits and looking forward to recovering at home it is seven thirty to our next news at eight o'clock on KDKA radio hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans thirty percent of Americans who are planning.
"joseph louis" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"This quick audio clip <hes> from behind the scenes of our private client meeting I go through the exact steps to doing time journaling exercise too and you'll understand what this means after you listen to this audio to eliminate as much of the yellow in your life and add as much blue and white time to your life so I hope you guys enjoy this episode. I challenge you to go out there and do this actual time journaling exercise it is tedious. It's going to require discipline. It's going to require potentially an accountability partner to make sure that you stay on task but it will be a game changer. Danger if you can get through the exercise okay guys have a wonderful day and I'll talk to you soon. Let's carry on because we know that we're clearly not going to get through all of this but we we have a starting point okay so next. Everybody is familiar with this document. Yes okay. This is the time journaling exercise time drilling exercise. We want to do it two different ways for the doctor the time generally exercises for a total ah five days K- how many people have done the whole five day time drilling exercise Yes to two out of one hundred it is it's painful. It's painful. How many people have done it one more time? Joseph Louis anybody else okay. How many people have not done the time during the exercise doctors? Okay keep them high all right all right part. Okay everybody that has their hand raised right now. One of your action items for tomorrow when we start doing hot seats is complete the five day time durling exercise and it's not just you can put your hands down now. I glad that you're so proud but it's not just for the system ization aspect of things this is also so important for us to be able to identify our low-value activities versus our high value activities guys okay so so important so doctors anything that you need to.
"joseph louis" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Michael. That's what I'm saying Mayweather our here getting that we all know what he doing out there. But he doing it. Look real good. Mike guy can't pay for we. They might. Blew up on them. You feeling? Got everything. Man. Nightmare. You go in the highlight. We got some soup. Super chess from. I started I read those already. Christopher smith. So you rent count drag? Oh, yes, sir. Count drag. Okay. Peg came pack thermic over a million member. I actually that you. Asa? And then you read that Jay rock Acer. Now. Well move. Okay. GM? Now, you can read them peace Herrell fan. That's the legendary moment. All right, Jim to forty eight. Right. I thought it was okay. Jim. I said all right. Tonight. The mar. The Margus all these guys might hate Thurman, but the same hailing will be quite a way as Thurman wins. He had a good boxing brain. That's you know, how the win rounds. Our speed foot movement. Best the spike in this game. You see I got away from it. He could have been any other fighter woulda got knocked out in the Lewis fight and Joseph Louis hosted seat, the low pets, but not that boy because he got the legs the. Not only the legs. But he also got the MoMA can skills. We've got one from L, Dan Wilson Stevenson mood up to one thirty five to Keio Dawson. Bama, Bo Julian Williams, cried he told. Both. This probably Cobra. My checks it, Mike. You're checking Mike you're checking the crow list for these dues or what I was. But I was made. We got one from Joseph robbery gets Garcia who ended up. I thirteenth fight has done with head. Good. Good point. Also can't expect. Get a note that because the dudes that he beat wasn't stars. Like, nNcholas waltzes wasn't a star guy. Russell damn showing Starwood is one one time of year. You know, gauging ain't no starlike name is star that he'd be. Oh lenora. No. He's not a starlike who's he beat. Now, he being those notoriety names. They are not household names in the household, but I know him because of those fights I don't know him as being ready to beat up. Galante?.
"joseph louis" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Your Bloomberg real estate report. I'm Denise Pellegrini. Doug, Dunkin chief economist at Fannie Mae says lower mortgage rates are helping boost home sales but property is still a bit more expensive than last year. Some boost from a better view of affordability. But certainly not better affordability than there was that tempers and Duncan says the jury's still out on how consumers will respond to those smaller tax refunds some are getting. Savings plan, and then they count on that first quarter tax return. But if you reduce the holding, and they're not going to get that they're getting back in every paycheck. So we'll be interested to see if there's any change in their assessment of their income. The national association of realtors says shrinking deductions for mortgages along with those for state and local taxes could produce housing demand. Especially in New England, California and other high tax states. And that's your Bloomberg real estate report. I'm Denise Pellegrini. News time ten eleven is the news watch continues the Saturday morning, what a police are calling an attempted robbery on Thursday on the city south side has left two men dead. Sixty four year old Marc Anthony Miller was outside his sons property in the sixty eight hundred block of south Saint Lawrence avenue at about nine forty five AM on according to Chicago police Thirty-three-year-old Joseph Louis tried to rob him. Police say both men had guns and fatally shot each other. The Tribune reports. Miller had a concealed carry license. And Lewis was a gang member recently released from state prison on parole Roger Plummer, News Radio on one five point nine FM year old man who has already say impersonated long-missing Aurora child has pleaded not guilty to the charges. Brian Michael Rini of Medina Ohio was arraigned yesterday in Cincinnati. He was indicted this week on two counts of lying to federal agents in one count of aggravated identity theft of the charges were levelled after DNA testing proved he was not Timothy Pinson who disappeared in twenty eleven at the age of six Renae has been held without bail since his arrest. Thirty say he was trice earlier accused of portraying himself in Ohio as a juvenile victims of sex trafficking. Elmhurst police are mourning the loss of one of their own in this case a police dog named diesel who died this week of liver cancer in a news. Release officials say the ten year old dog had served the city for nearly nine years leaving office. Shire's to evidence at crime scenes and protecting his handler as well statement goes on to say the dog such as diesel are regarded as active members of the department and our special members of the police family.
"joseph louis" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Group known as the new IRA Belfast journalists, Henry McDonald are part of a generation of the left behind some. They're being used on manipulated. And so on and recruited into these organizations that the combination of. The left behind children of the ceasefire on these older heads who are Eddie logically. Stuck in old fashioned sort of republicanism of the early twentieth. Century fellow journalist Alison Millar was friends with McKay. Threaten. Say spy, baby. But generation of hope what you know could be with pace hair Hilsa by the dark side of that. But about the suicide rates bite communities that were struggling was gunned down Thursday night. Covering a riot in Londonderry CBS news update time, Gary Nunn. WBZ news time eight thirty two. As the news watch continues this Saturday morning, what Chicago police are calling an attempted robbery on the south side has left two men dead. Sixty four year old Marc Anthony Miller was outside his sons property in the sixty eight hundred block of south Saint Lawrence avenue at about nine forty five AM, according to Chicago police Thirty-three-year-old Joseph Louis tried to rob him. Police say both men had guns and fatally shot each other. The Tribune reports Miller had a concealed carry license. And Lewis was a gang member recently released from state prison on parole, Roger Plummer, News Radio on one point nine FM and L. Grove village man has been indicted on charges. He tried to kill a postal carrier. Last New Year's Eve. Federal prosecutors say Cameron route Bush shot and wounded the letter carrier who had just made a delivery and the two hundred block of west Brentwood avenue in oak grove village. Investigators say route Bush walked up to the postal carriers truck said something along the lines of what's up man, then fired. At the truck has the postal carrier. Drove away the postal carrier survived. That will prosecutors say Ronald by junior about prospect is charged with driving Hrubesch from the scene after the shooting. Jim Bilas NewsRadio one oh five point nine. FM? Officials say a man is under arrest for allegedly threatening to hurt or kill a couple of students at a high school in do page counting. Bond was set at seventy five thousand dollars for eighteen year old jars McCullum, a former student of Glenn barred east high school, according to the dupage county state's attorney's office in Lombard police McCullum allegedly sent a threatening message online to female student at Glen Bharti's, the student alerted the dean of students at the school and police were brought in prosecutors say that. In the message McCullum threaten to kill the girls boyfriend on campus and her her as well. The message said I really shoot he was allegedly shown in the message holding a gun burning NewsRadio one point nine FM teacher in the south suburbs has been arrested for bringing a gun to class the male teacher whose name was not released was arrested Tuesday. After a loaded gun was allegedly found inside a duffel bag. He brought to prairie hills junior high in Markham the daily sow town reports the teacher was charged with violating the states concealed carry law, which prohibits possession of a concealed firearm on school property the prairie hills district. One forty four superintendent said the teacher whose contract had already not been renewed due to earlier incidents involving students was suspended with pay while the district investigates gentleman NewsRadio on one five point nine FM organization that evaluates the finances of churches has lost confidence in harvest bible chapel. They even Jellicoe council for financial accountability announced on its website. Site. It has updated harvest bible chapels membership status from suspension to termination, it said the church had significant violations in governance financial oversight use of resources and compliance with laws and compensation and related party transactions. The mega church founded in nineteen eighty eight in rolling meadows has seven locations and nearly forty million dollars in debt, the founding pastor James McDonald was fired in February over his leadership style and the church's finances fundraising since then has dropped off significantly Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one point nine FM. Coming up next..
"joseph louis" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Has the fifth season of Bush for more information on what's coming and going online. Check out CNN dot com slash neck picks on my as actor for CNN dot com. WBZ news time one twenty two three brothers in Milwaukee are charged with the alleged sexual assault of their younger siblings. While their father is accused of being aware of the abuse and not stopping it. According to WTMJ dot com. The father sixty two year old Brian Keane faces child neglect charges and failure to protect a minor. His sons James Twenty-nine Elisha twenty-seven and Joe cya twenty face first degree charges of sexual assault on a child and sexual assault on a child below the age of thirteen the younger siblings include four girls and one boy a train that runs between Chicago. And Indianapolis is almost at the end of the line. WBZ's Terry Kechna reports unless the state of Indiana agrees to add three million dollars annually for Amtrak to the two year state budget, the Hoosier state line run by Amtrak from Indianapolis to Chicago, we'll stop running at the end of June. Amtrak has stopped selling tickets for service after June thirtieth Indiana governor, Eric Holcomb axed the. Amtrak funding in the budget. He proposed so far neither the Indiana house, nor the Senate has ended it back in Amtrak's cardinal line. Which also runs from Indianapolis to Chicago. We'll continue to run no matter. What happens to the Hoosier line? Terry cash ner NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM. What police are calling an attempted robbery yesterday on the city's south side leaves two men dead. According to Chicago police sixty four year old Marc Anthony Miller was standing outside his son's home in the sixty eight hundred block of south Saint Lawrence avenue. One at about nine forty five AM Miller and the suspected robber identified as thirty three year old Joseph Louis exchanged gunfire. The Tribune reports Miller had a concealed carry license. And Lewis was a gang member recently released from state prison on parole coming up in the fortune business update job interview tips, WBZ news time,.
"joseph louis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Away on the nightside of the earth. Dr Nikki, FOX director of helium physics at NASA. Magnetic field magnetic fear is what really protects us. So if you think about like a rock in a fast moving stream. The water is coming down. You bow wave at the front of the rock. And then you get tabula and flow that comes out behind, and that's what our planet looks like with is magnetic atmosphere as it's traveling around on its orbit. Destination is a stable point between the earth and the sun known his L one. It's one of five such locations in space named for the eighteenth century astronomer who described the ball Joseph Louis Legrand's for anyone who doesn't know what the LaGrange points are there effectively points in space where the gravitational pull of the sun and the gravitational pull of the earth in this instance, are balanced, so they are good points for basing spacecraft without needing to use fuel to keep them in position. A lot of the spacecraft that givers images and data from the sun. At the moment are at the LaGrange one point which is in direct line between the earth and the sun. Doing other satellites already stationed at L one. Including SoHo the solar and helium spirit observatory a joint project of the European.
"joseph louis" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Good morning. Have a nice day. And I didn't get to my house. Her tree snap turned around us. All the woman's name is being withheld until family is notified James Haas. KABC news felony charges were filed today against a nineteen year old probation or charged with breaking into the residents of three female college students in the city of orange helping himself to refreshments and using a laptop computer belonging to one of the residents to download porn and commit a sex act. Man pleaded guilty today to distribution of child porn federal charges, which could send him to prison for up to twenty years. Gerald Patrick beaver was found to have six thousand plus images and more than four hundred fifty videos of child pornography on his laptop following a search warrant served at his home in may two thousand twelve the fifty five year old beaver admitted to distributing child pornography involving youngsters under ten to undercover investigators in New Zealand in in Oklahoma. A former Rancho Palos Verdes city building inspector accused of secretly recording. Dozens of people at a city hall bathroom and nearby. Coffeehouse pleaded not guilty today to dozens of misdemeanor charges. Forty nine year old Andrew James Jensen Huntington beach remains deal the new of three hundred fifteen thousand dollars bail. He was ordered to return to the Torrance courthouse for pretrial hearing October twenty second and a four contestants. So the two thousand eighteen MRs America pageant, claim racial bias by the pageant co-founder. Correspondent Pat piper has details. The patent was held in Las Vegas last August. But for women appeared today, saying executive director and pension co founder David marmoleum, make racist statements, Kimberly Phillips is MRs Delaware. Also stated that all black women need to stop having babies of boarding daddy's. And all black men are in jail because they need to stop selling drugs and killing each other. The women are represented by attorney Gloria Allred who says they won't file a lawsuit. Suit. They only want the patron to be a venue with respect. I'm Pat piper. KABC sports. Dodgers and brewers up the ravine right now as a matter of fact, getting ready to get underway here shortly. Walker bueller on the mound for the blue the games of the series. The NFL CS tied a game apiece. Former USC wide receiver Joseph Louis, the fork pleaded no contest today, the felony domestic violence involving his girlfriend the mother of his infant daughter Lewis. Who was eighteen was also admitted a prior conviction.
"joseph louis" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A captain famous glad. To be, back Joseph Louis our friend and your daughter producer Thanks for joining us as well okay okay yeah so we played a little bit you're you're a vaudeville clown my my my. First job as a performer was as a touring musical clown that would go. To schools and entertain and teach story writing and. So it was my first job as a clown and as a teacher and so those two. Roles, fused in me forever and that's pretty much how? I still am right clown wizard actually is how I. Describe it now what. What attributes, of a clown goes into teaching Obviously yes well Teaching really feels like a performance to me because it. Deals with captivation and when you're, in the theater it's how to. Captivate an audience and when, you're a teacher it's how. To captivate students it's really the the exact same thing and I could. Feel I could I could feel it happening in that first job when I was turn around the country. Doing that work I could feel the connection building between me and them. In a way I. Never really had it happened in just, a theatrical environment but then suddenly when I had the additional responsibility of, being a teacher I could tell that they were there was something transformative happening due to do to the space. And the circumstances and when did you start? To clown stuff two thousand and five it right when I, got to Chicago I was finishing post production on my. Second feature film and then just as I was finishing that I if seemed like I should probably get a job, and luckily enough I got a full time. Performing. Job I think it was. One of my first editions it was amazing way back when I asked that her clowns still popular or are they, are they get crowns could be creepy Are really creepy Chicago has an amazing actual community of under underground theater and circus. Artists, they do. Yeah they do and there there's really a quite a thriving clown and movement theater community here in Chicago that I've definitely pulled from four productions. In the past and I have a lot of good friends who actually Do very well here in town Doing that kind of. Theater still, and it's still. Relevant I mean a good clown captivates everyone around them You like clouds no Well? She's Grow. New hair so there. You, go Yeah right yeah we dolled up tonight. Dolled up for you That's cool so you who you you maintain this innocence in everything you. Do and, you go into some dark places. In, your. Work, I mean, some of these documentaries and stuff oh yeah well you know it makes me violently ill sometimes you know a suicide been there when I've gotten home from some of these from some of these experiences in Cook County or juvenile detention. Center or the foster homes transitional living facilities for homeless kids homeless shelters have. Been in all those places, to make movies with those kids and when. I, come. Home, I mean I do. Seem different to you Yeah you seem, like you, just have to go to bed That's exactly how I am after the show yeah you know especially the this one. Documentary, did with a group from this place called. The. Harbor. Right and a transitional living facility for homeless team yeah I want some of that this afternoon yeah we did you know what we do is the program is a professional development program. Where we actually produce a film festival with the participants so they watch a slate of. Some of the best international short films. On topics that are medically related to, their lives pre-selected to be so, and then we facilitate these, incredible discussions about the films. And it becomes a therapeutic experience, it, becomes a development experience for them and then by the end of it. They choose a slate of films two percent at a public some festivals that they present and as part of that festival they they also present a short piece that they themselves. Have produced with me and so for, this one we did with the harbour there theme was it. Can happen to anyone that was what the. Message, they wanted, to get across to the whole world is everyone thinks something about being homeless like. These, are the kind of people who become homeless. These Are those who. Are homeless we everyone has a judgment about us already and it can happen to anyone. And just the story of each of. The girls proves it there is that, one woman who talked about how, she was sleeping under a, car and she was always. Worried about the car movie and, there, are horror stories about their experiences in the system you know you hearing. From people who choose to be homeless because the alternative was terrible and people don't consider that they think who choose to be homeless there are people who have lives that are so awful to them that they choose, to be homeless you really on a mission with this. Stuff I just felt like I told you, compelled to. Believe. That through, media production lots of things can happen and I learned that by being a media producer and. Making movies and and then that combined with teaching. Became, something more to me and I see it in front of the camera. Behind the camera media is a is perfect as a model. For the future of education now how can we see your work how can we, get in touch with you media execs on Twitter, and I produced lights camera awesome which is a compilation of. A lot of the work that Chicago youth produce with me or not with me but produce it themselves and you. Can find that on YouTube look up. Lights camera awesome you know in the minute or so that we have left when you say the. Kids produce it themselves so what is it Responsability are they are they. Holding doing camera work They're picking music they pick the music I? Mean what? Else did you have to do Tell.
"joseph louis" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Song So happy that this. Is our this is our song. That's our. That's our beginning in this house. We have I work. On. A headphones here we have Joseph Louis yes Lights. Camera an awesome yes that's that's who I am and I have an extra special guest here as well a producer on. The show her name is I, saw that's right she's nine years. Old and she joins us here. Late at. Night on a Saturday in downtown. Chicago for an exciting. Adventure Here's amazing headphones Camera some is it's the only show in the history of the universe produced entirely by kids if plays on, TV channel nineteen and you can see it Saturday's this month in the evenings and Saturdays next month, in the morning and you just going to keep seeing it forever and it's produced entirely by kids through the media arts curriculum courses that I run all around the town in all sorts of, shapes and sizes and You know what I remember the first time I met you talk about that we. Went we went on a puppet field trip we, went on a public field trip I met you at the the the sun times building and we hopped, in your car and we drove to Indiana. We, stopped at I believe either Culver staking shape was, one of those two and I was wearing. My. Leather jacket and you were very impressive I. Remember that about you and we got there and. We went to see Ralph we went to see Ralph kipness master marionette maker and we were at that time trying to, rally a campaign to have him reunited with his life's work his collection of hand carved wooden would, marionettes yeah and I don't want to talk about you guys but he had a collection of three thousand yeah the biggest one we could really find anywhere he's the net national marionette company of, Chicago This is the last little storefront Mary that, company in the area and that was about. Two, thousand thirteen so I haven't talked to you then, what happened to the man that's and Ralph. I. The marionnettes remain it's still a mystery you. Know the the landlord who was holding them Had a falling? Out and I haven't. Spoken. With him. Sense and the last. I heard from Ralph was? He was in rolling in a community college course in social media marketing really rough, was yes he was so he's tenacious as ever and God bless him so then what have you been doing you're, doing a lot Dave I'm famous I'm Katherine famous now so what does that mean that means. If you say something and keep saying it eventually it will be true which is? Really. At. The heart of the way I teach media to kids and how I try and conceptualize it at least in my own brand when I'm there in the. Classroom and in front of them and you've been designing youth media, curriculum at the Chicago filmmakers since two. Thousand twelve yes yes I just kinda paratroops in there one summer? They had a. Teacher, drop out and. Then through a crazy. Turn of chance, I heard from a board member They needed a teacher and I heard what they needed me to teach and I said you know, what I'm the perfect guy for that job am I I walked in I talked to Brenda. And I said hey I'm the perfect guy for this job and she said prove? It. And. That's been five years now that's why what makes you the perfect guy for that Jack oh my goodness well you know. It started for me and children As I was touring, around the country doing some Neo vaudeville educational musical theater that was all about. Teaching children how to write stories? And then from there I fused my love of. Media media production, and began making? Media with and four kids and then eventually due, to the development, of technology I was, suddenly able to, be, teaching media production in the way that I wanted to, which was. Fast and furious and that's how we do. It at the Bluebird academy which is what, I? Call, my my. Traveling, circus of, of media arts curricula and what's Is he a. Good teacher Closer to Mike say that closer to the mic..
"joseph louis" Discussed on 790 KABC
"The midday, live Barnes Vaughn is out babushka my friend and four retired. Asian is sitting in say you want to say. That again, because that's, kind of impressed I. Have not been. To the new memorial yet I don't you know probably ready for it I just, don't it just hasn't come up and. For many years when. I moved. Out to California I didn't go back to New York, I came out here no three I. Haven't been back for a friend's funeral years later but I flew out to. Long Island I didn't go to the city and. I still haven't been to. The memorial. You not, even the, fountains. Founder moving, the memorial, the, museum is. Historically. Good it's intense it's sad you know. Right Particularly for a law enforcement and fire and saw. Many, people lost but they left the. Jumpers out of the story completely which I was sort of interesting that was I understand there was a gruesome piece but that. Was sort of those you how horrible this thing yeah it was it was, sort of the telling symbol of documentary just on that oh real is a documentary just on the jumper what's the conclusion that I mean each story is different they tell a bunch of the, stories but they do how do they know they collect their. Identity later I mean there's a famous coup- couple. That probably, office workers, off his friends and. They actually jumped. Holding hands and there's a picture of them there's a famous picture of the one, guy had down down yeah and so. They did their best. That was. The documentary filmmaker did his best to actually research all, those stories and find out who those. People were and stuff all I think of when I we've got deep into. The nine eleven here but all I keep thinking. When you know when I. See that. Part of, the story, is You, must have been on fire up there literally to get to make people showed up from that Distance fires one of those. Things everybody says you know. What's the worst thing you. Can think of how dying everybody picks fires that would be the worst and my. Mom's a nurse my sister nurse working in, a burn unit of. A hospital of a major hospital you know. That burning. And burning to death so painful so painful and so people just get their right, mind all right we're gonna talk, after the break to Michelle Hennessy president association of deputy, district, attorneys, if, you, have, questions. For Bobby he is of course here as at eight hundred two two two five two two two Looking forward to reading the. Happiness curve. This week anything Jonathan onto this Jon I forgot to ask what his background was because he said he was so, happy unhappy middle aged but I think it's like was, he, jobless, policy, was, he, is He's here he's at the Brookings institute interesting. Eight hundred two two five two two two is, the phone number here? Part, of this conversation keep California's save is the conversation we're going to have after the break, prop forty, forty-seven and what we need, to do about reclassifying? So-called nonviolent crimes Like rape of an unconscious person sex trafficking of. A child fourteen other. Serious. Crimes that are non violent need to be reclassified as just a rational thing eight hundred two two two five two two Dr drew midday live ABC news live and local at, two thirty I'm Jeff Wigand subway restaurants appear to be the, prime target of. A man has, gone on a robbing spree this week the man, is only described as Hispanic. Has hit a different subway each day. This week beginning on Monday producing handgun when he's, demanding money from clerks please LAPD officer Tony m says the armed robberies occurred at. Restaurants in Puerto ranch Granada, hills and Northridge areas. We're going to try to fingerprint, location if we know that the touching any heart services we're going to interview all the witnesses and try to obtain surveillance cameras of duplication James Rowe Haas KABC news former USC. Wide receiver Joseph Louis the four through pleaded no contest and made a to domestic violence. Charges for attacking a woman, in February was ordered today to stand trial for allegedly attacking the mother of his infant daughter. Last month the DA's, office, says the eighteen year old Louis alleged Punch scratched and, choke the, woman, he, was kicked, off US's, football team, after the first domestic violence incident. And Louis could. Face, up to five years in state prison if convicted of the most recent attack to accountants were called. To testify today on day four Paul manafort's tax and Bank fraud trial a witness granted, immunity Cindy LaPorta gave the prosecution more amunition on Paul manafort's, financial movements literally. She took over, as manafort's accountant in two thousand fourteen when the, consulting firm was in the. Midst of Ukrainian officials with ties to. Moscow a year later the government in Kiev would, change and Manafort along with partner Rick gates would see their income dropped substantially it. Is because of that change, prosecutors allege Manafort wanted. To hide millions of dollars from, the IRS overseas LaPorta like accounting Philip on the stand before her claimed to know nothing of the offshore accounts she emphasized her accounting firm made sure to remind clients to disclose. Such accounts Bob Costantini Alexandria Virginia and manafort's longtime associate Rick gates now expected to testify on Monday and talk radio seven ninety. KABC sports dodgers host Houston tonight in a battle of division leaders it's also a rematch of last fall's World Series which the Astros. Won in seven games Alex would starts tonight for the blue angels visit Cleveland this afternoon open, up three game series against the central division leading Indians, with, high may Bari on the hill for the halos in that one..
"joseph louis" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Castro dot com we're in the midst of the horrific school bus crashed today amount mount olive new jersey that left a teacher and a student dead and more than forty others injured a bus full of fifth graders colliding with the dump truck and mount olive about ten thirty a m thirty eight kids seven adults on that bus one of three carrying students from east brook middle school to the class trip one witness described what happens and then you heard it now you could actually hear the bus hitting the guardrail named kathy tells us she was at work when she got the text about what happened and i just lost it and just came running here when i found out he was not on that bus of course you're feeling relief but i know all his classmates and and my heart goes out you know it's like they want a minor investigators are looking into the possibility that the bus was making an illegal turn from the center medium when the crash occurred there is also were that the owner of the company has had numerous incidents involving his vehicles ramaphosa police say a sixty seven year old gymnastics coach joseph louis under arrest for allegedly sexually abusing his two investigators say all his victims were less than thirteen years old at the time of the incidents all the offenses are believed to have happened between two thousand one and two thousand fourteen at the gyms where he was involved with including individual and group classes police say he worked at several locations across rockland county and new york state and cops say there may be some adults who were victimized as well also known as joseph dallas has since been released on bail i'm lisa g or seven ten wr an attorney being blasted for a racist rant caught on video in manhattan may have gotten fire the security guard at a midtown office where aaron schlossberg work says he's no longer allowed in the building when asked if he got fire the guard says he wasn't allowed to talk about it video has gone viral schlossberg yelling at employees at a cafe for speaking spanish and threatening to call immigration officials the new span of the gospels bridge is scheduled to open a traffic by monday ficials with the port authority of new york and new jersey said it would open the four four am monday tolls will remain unchanged at fifteen dollars that bridge which is used by about ninety thousand vehicles a day connect staten island to elizabeth new jersey.
"joseph louis" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"You're probably right about that but it's nice thinking about us well but i understand the rage i understand the emotion if you if you look at this what what is attempting what is being attempted here is so outrageous the way we changed presidents in america is at the ballot box we're still a representative republic a constitutional republic and what is happening here is happening outside the bounds of the rule of law i mean it's it's it's gone on way too long there isn't any evidence for what is being looked at here and we actually have a cabal of establishment types literally attempting to overthrow results of the last election but the american people take care of these mistakes the american people that's how our country works not like this i wonder how many people really are outraged over it i'm bill like a body two stabbings on a young man on the lam woodfield a woman walks into the sheriff's office says she has something to get off her chest turns out are missing roommate was buried in some woods in the back of their house the woman facing several charges around dark wednesday night couple of people stabbed in chattanooga one on east eleventh the other on bailey chattanooga beliefs belief those cuttings are related emma wheeler homes police spot eighteen year old david ballard who wasn't supposed to be on the property wednesday he left a loaded gun found under the seat of the car he later posted he ditched his ankle monitor ballard on probation for flashing a gun inside hamilton place mall and february triggering confusion police called it a riot shoppers scattered regional gang line violence a former chattanooga man shot dead in knoxville tuesday occur in chattanooga resident what a year old joseph louis wanted for murder by knoxville police stories people talk about w g o look into any great business whether it's a manufacturer or a hotel a store school or hospital look into each and every one of them and you'll find the same thing great people at cronos we believe that great businesses are powered by great people and with krona's workforce solutions we'll help you find them keep them and engage them.
"joseph louis" Discussed on WINS 1010
"In the rotation wins news time eight forty one for traffic and transit on the ones here's rebecca massaro's disabled vehicle on the bruckner expressway right by hunts point avenue that is now clear but the delays are not you still have residual delays all the way back towards round white plains road northbound major deegan that's a heavy ride from the cross bronx heading towards kingsbridge road all due to a possible crash and southbound fdr drive moving slow from the midtown tunnel towards williamsburg bridge northbound on the van wyk you've got emergency roadwork it's blocking the right lane right by rockaway boulevard that's causing heavy delays back towards the belts and here's what you need to know about the bridges tunnels brooklynbound verizon very heavy and that is all due to delays on the belt heavy on the approach towards the midtown tunnel and that's due to construction same story with the brooklyn battery tunnel whitestone expressway approaching the bridge that is slammed due to an accident an umbrella bridge manhattan bridge you are moving slow across the span i'm rebecca arrows our next report at eight fifty one on ten ten wins wins news time eight forty two thirteen and people were injured in a home explosion at one twentyone vernon way in port reading new jersey that happened this morning police arrived on the scene shortly after ten am woodbridge township police lieutenant joseph louis shoddy spoke with santan wins house explosion and when officers the fire department arrived the whole house was in engulfed in flames and two people were outside of the house on fire basically and those two people were flown out to adults are in serious condition at this hour in all six adults and seven miners were injured most with minor burns the cause of the explosion is currently under investigation syracuse university has expelled an entire fraternity this over an offensive video that theta tau fraternity members said was meant as satire school chancellor did not see it that way and called the video racist antisemitic homophobic ablest and sexist the school chancellor said disciplinary actions against the individual students involved could include suspension or expulsion the fraternity apologized for the video friday and said its members believe racism has no place on a university campus the fraternity did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment wins news time eight forty four.
"joseph louis" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Massachusetts parole board albino express some sympathy for group of men would always maintain they had been framed for the one thousand nine hundred sixty five gangland murder of a hoodlum named teddy deegan in chelsea the fbi had been instrumental in seeing that the men peterloo mon henry joseph louis greco were convicted the fbi contended that tamao was the considerably area the mafia in boston and la mon was a mafia leader there's no question that both men were bad actors and mafia players but the evidence showed that neither had anything to do with deacons murder so one thousand nine hundred eighty three after remember alabama's on this pardon and parole commission in one thousand nine hundred eighty three after albano indicated he might vote to release lemon he got a visit from a pair of fbi agents john conley and john mars they told obama that the men convicted murderer bag is they were made guys albina said they told me that if i wanted to stay in public life i shouldn't vote to release a guy like lemond intimidated me turns out the connelly agent connelly fbi agent connolly was whitey bulger's corrupt handler an agent morris was connolly's corrupt supervisor see they're on the take when they weren't pocketing bribes from bulger they were helping murder potential witnesses who are poised to expose the fbi sorted foster and deal with iraq name whitey bolger how bona was messing with the fbi's national policy of going after the mafia and the mafia loan that was the justification the fbi gave for making deals with devils like whitey bolger and his partner in crime stevie fleming they were supposedly giving up their pows in the mafia the problem with the national policy is that it didn't take into account the most vicious murderous gangsters in boston or whitey bulger and stephen fleming.