35 Burst results for "Joy"
What's Next for Nintendo Switch?
"Three starting to wind down brett one of the last presentations was from nintendo and folks were hoping to hear about a new switch. That didn't happen. And if you remember we suggested that wasn't likely in our pre three coverage that's because the switch is still in high demand and with the computer chip shortage caused by the pandemic still affecting production of electronics. And lots of other things. I mean why would you want to launch a new console. Well exactly but on the bright side. We're gonna have a lot of new games to be playing on. our current. Nintendo switch is this year and beyond one of the highlights was another glimpse of the much anticipated sequel to the legend of zelda breath of the wild which is coming next year. It looks gorgeous. It looks like a very huge universe that players are going to explore if you're a big fan of breath of the while basically it looks like you can expect that. Just a lot bigger In the meantime while we wait for that a remastered version of the legend of zelda skyward sword which was which was originally released for the nintendo. We is out for nintendo switch on july sixteenth and you can get special joy con controllers themed after the master sword and hilly and shield which also launched on the same day and perhaps one of the biggest surprises was a new metro game called metro. Dread it's a sequel to two thousand two's metro fusion game with this the first two d metro game starring bounty hunters salmon's aaron with the new story in one thousand nine years. What we saw were some cinematic story. Sequences that lead to some cool side scrolling levels. Sam is fighting what looks to be some new super robots. They're called the emi. That sam has to get pretty creative to get away from that game is coming october. Eighth also nintendo said metro-wide prime four which they announced in two thousand seventeen is still in development. So we're gonna have to wait a little longer for that
How to Check Your Motives Before Moving
"We give many privileges we give up a great deal of power and authority here in the earth by not being willing to go all the way with got. Let me ask a question day. Have you received christ as your savior but not yet made him your lord. There is a difference. I always say that. In one thousand nine hundred seventy six. I got serious about my relationship with god and you know what. I was born again when i was nine. I was saved but i didn't know anything and if you don't know anything then you have no direction you don't know what to do. And when god touch my life in nineteen nine hundred seventy six. He began a spiritual maturity project in me. That was hard. But i've seen god do some amazing things in me and through me because i've let him work in my life and i believe it's my job to not only see people come to christ but to help the believer mature and grow up so they can have what jesus died to give them. I want you to have the life that jesus died to give you. I don't want you just to hear about it. Are saying about it or hear sermons about it or look forward to it. I want you to have it. I want you to have the righteousness the pace the joy. I want your needs to be met. I want you to be fruitful. And i think that you want that to
Joy Reid Is a Propagandist and a Bigot, Pushing Her Ideology on Others
"Propaganda is in a bigot. You want to debate it? That's debated joy. Here she goes, and she has Nicole Hannah Jones on Who is not a historian. She was writing for The New York Times, and she pushed this 16 19 project and she's pushed it into your schools. And the 16 19 project is an offshoot of critical race theory. Just so, you know. And one Pulitzer Prize winning legitimate historian after another, not right wing left wing or anyway Has condemned her phony scholarship. All out there for anyone to read, and by the way. I take her on in the book, too. And the 16 19 project. I told you Two rather comprehensive book Cut. Nine Go. You're you're seeing these things enacted at the same time that some of the same voices are attacking black lives matter. Which a lot of what's amazing about this. Troy Reed. She'll never come on a show like mine. So she talks to herself she brings on guests. Who are who are Puppets. Basically, she bounces off her own ideology. That's it, That's all she does. Go ahead. People have joined a movement of young white people who joined which their maybe their parents and grandparents don't like and when you're also seeing this national security What You're seeing these things enacted at the same time that some of the same voices are attacking black lives matter which a lot of young white people have joined white people are joined. Maybe their parents and grandparents don't like you're seeing this national security threat of white nationalism. Go ahead. Of white nationalism that is actually threatening the lives of people in state capital. We saw a lot of riots in the streets from black lives matter and teeth and other thugs. Which was really threatening the lives of people in the streets, including black lives. Did you miss that joy? Where were you? Were you with the other joy from the view?
Affirmation to Release Emotional Pain, Letting Go of the Past
"Your affirmation for today. We'll help remind you that your past does not equal your future again. Feel like that sometimes but each day is a brand new day. It's a fresh start full of new experiences. And i want to share with you about a personal experience. I went through a really difficult time in my life as we all do and during this time it was really difficult for me to overcome the pain. I was experiencing. I felt stuck in that pain and it didn't seem like anything could uplift to me. The things i was normally interested in no longer brought me joy. This experience really rocked my world. It was as if one day i woke up and my whole world looked different so this event was really challenging for me and i was worried that i would just never feel like my life was back to normal for me. My normal and i know that it can feel like this these days of uncertainty and as we continue to go through a pandemic and you're dealing with regular day to day life which involves sometimes events that are beyond our control that can cause great grief. Regret pain remorse. What i found for myself is that he was so important. That i take extra care of myself and this is hard to do. When you're suffering. I found that it was really important that i put myself on a schedule where i wake up every day and i include movement and of course meditation. I also found that it was really important for me to eat well.
Frankie Sharp on NYC Clubs and the All-New Q
"So welcome to the show frankie. Thanks so much. How are you happy to be here. I'm actually shocked on time. Because i was running from the venue as i always do now that i lived there every single moment of my life so here in on such. That's the hidden space. You don't talk about right. The bedroom exactly right right right. Not so hidden but joy. So you've been around the gay scene for a little while which defunct gay club had the biggest impact on you and your career path. Earn the biggest. I guess that's sort of two fold right so before i moved to new york i was big new york file so i was really obsessed with all new york. An old new york to me was the nineties and early two thousand so it was limelight. It was club kid scene than bled in suzanne. So i was really obsessed with that whole colorful. Seen as a young parakeet been In san francisco. And when i moved to new york. Finally there wasn't too many places that still had that. Essence which was a kind of multi level multicultural multi generational multi soundscape Events Other than mr black. When i moved to new york when i roommate was dj michael magnet inside was essentially his groupie for the first maybe s. Few months that. I lived here. I went to emory gate with him. I was out with him. So i suggest in the morning when i had to be at work at nine in the morning but Yeah it was. mr blogger really really changed the trajectory. What my nightlife assistance was.
'In the Heights,' a Movie Full of Joy and Love
"After a long delay its scheduled release due to the pandemic in the heights is finally out both in theaters and on hbo. Max monica. i'm going to start with you. What did you think of in the heights. i loved it. There are very few movies that already have in tears by the time. The you know the opening studio credit shows up just as the movies beginning. It's basically coco and in the heights and this one had me from the jump. It's just so beautiful so jubilant it is a celebration of everyday life is a celebration of the connections that bind us. You know as you were saying. There's such a huge ensemble and everybody's great. I mean it doesn't feel like there's a misstep in the whole movie and for me. It's almost a little hard to talk about without almost crying. So i'll try to avoid that but but i do love how considering that it was delayed by the pandemic and you know the hype for in the heights was already happening when everything was interrupted and so now it does feel like this big return it does feel like the celebration of you know the people who we rely on to get through the day and it's just so beautifully done I can't say enough. Good things about it really
Hour-Long Partial Internet Outage Brings Humanity to Its Knees
"Was given a chilling peek behind the wireless cuts in all future chaos on tuesday when a global internet outage thoughts on this closed some websites for an hour It was truly harrowing for The planet's greatest species the human race with the loss of such sites as gideon website amazon. Read it and social media sites such as clank garbage g. o. p. o. j. toward la and ephemera where people post three second videos of themselves suffering existential angst Humanity was brought to its quivering. Nays and several major religions declared a full on magadan During the outage the uk government website went down which led to a fifty eight minute. Golden age of joy hope and productivity before normality was thankfully restored. Now i'm alex clearly this This is probably the most traumatic thing that's ever happened to The world How how did you both cope with with with a trauma. I found it a real relief and just the prospect that this was. The beginning of the end was quite a relief Most spent their whole time. Trying to identify which sites were up and down i started to separate doomsday cults and set them against each other. I don't know what you didn't have found one of the fascinating things was. Everyone had an opinion about what should be done or what was happening. Even nobody had any information about what was happening. It was revealed if nothing else that nobody knows how any of it works especially the people who think they do and definitely not the people whose job it was to make it work. My problem is that none of the good stuff that you want the internet to go down with ever goes down like my online mortgage payment went through which is really really painful. And i've had no internet for a couple of days because of the monsoon situation and we don't have any aeroplanes coming and going to india's you know which leads to the question. Maybe you guys know this now. The world with all its essential elements greed tiktok. That's still around. Alice and when we don't we don't really know that's the thing with internet outages is it does. It does lead to people questioning whether anything exists. If it's not being you know life blocked in some way
Humanity Brought to Its Knees With Hour-Long Partial Internet Outage
"Top story this week the world was given a chilling peek behind the wireless cuts in all future chaos on tuesday when a global internet outage thoughts on this closed some websites for an hour It was truly harrowing for The planet's greatest species the human race with the loss of such sites as gideon website amazon. Read it and social media sites such as clank garbage g. o. p. o. j. toward la and ephemera where people post three second videos of themselves suffering existential angst Humanity was brought to its quivering. Nays and several major religions declared a full on magadan During the outage the uk government website went down which led to a fifty eight minute. Golden age of joy hope and productivity before normality was thankfully restored. Now i'm alex clearly this This is probably the most traumatic thing that's ever happened to The world How how did you both cope with with with a trauma. I found it a real relief and just the prospect that this was. The beginning of the end was quite a relief Most spent their whole time. Trying to identify which sites were up and down i started to separate doomsday cults and set them against each other. I don't know what you didn't have found one of the fascinating things was. Everyone had an opinion about what should be done or what was happening. Even nobody had any information about what was happening. It was revealed if nothing else that nobody knows how any of it works especially the people who think they do and definitely not the people whose job it was to make it work. My problem is that none of the good stuff that you want the internet to go down with ever goes down like my online mortgage payment went through which is really really painful. And i've had no internet for a couple of days because of the monsoon situation and we don't have any aeroplanes coming and going to india's you know which leads to the question. Maybe you guys know this now. The world with all its essential elements greed tiktok. That's still around. Alice and when we don't we don't really know that's the thing with internet outages is it does. It does lead to people questioning whether anything exists. If it's not being you know life blocked in some way
Work in a Heel, Get Real
"I found an article about a woman in two thousand fifteen who was actually sent home from work without pay after she refused to wear high heels and this received loads of media coverage around it and this woman essentially started an online petition which overtime gained a hundred and fifty thousand signatures to make it illegal for women to have to wear high heels in the workplace. The government actually rejected any recommendations that would require this legal change and they placed emphasis on the existing law saying that it was sufficient enough to protect women who are subjected to discrimination against the dress code blah blah blah of in two thousand and eighteen. The government equalities office published new guidance on dress codes for employees and employers as well as job applicants saying that the guidance is cleared that address code that makes significant more demands of female employees than if they're male colleagues will be unlawful and i think that's where we are at in today's society is that equality thing and i was thinking about this and i was thinking asking staff to a makeup isn't as bad as asking people to wear heels however the more i think about it the more think it's on par with each other because if you've got a perfect complexion and you'll graced with perfect skin and you don't need to wear makeup not me then it's not me i have to travel on but or if you have acne and you want to keep your paws as clear as possible. Why should people dictate to you on your apparent saying you know saying that. I don't think a uniform. This is a bad thing. Like i don't think a uniform is a bad thing. But i think there needs to be boundaries like if some days i don't because i'm trying to look after my skin a bit better if i if i were into work my boss said you have to wear more make up you have to wear heels. Well why what. If i've got a foot problem or trying a skin condition or all these things. Why do we have to be dictated this way but then it got me thinking god where where does it stop. So we couldn't and we wouldn't lecture in trainers and a hoodie
21 Questions About Life
"Question one. What is the purpose of life for. May it's highly speculative. But i think it's an ongoing quest to discover how the universe operates. That's that's how. I define okay and we may not be mental. Uncover everything but the journey on our way to discovering the fundamentals. It's the purpose of life must question collaborate and involve on this ever lasting journey. Interesting to the purpose of life is to be indiana jones. Then sort of experts mauritian amazing thing. Okay so for me. I i read the billion dollar question or trillion dollar question. I personally think the purpose of life is an equation. Because i do love math roy simplistic math and i think that this is an equation that is designed by each and every one of us personally so my personal equation includes the following enjoying endless laughter. Because there's nothing better than laughing at yourself or at things in life loving unconditionally deeply. Because i think that when you have that you have just an immense amount of joy in wondering your world you just attract wonderfulness when you do love deeply celebrating daily victories. The more you celebrate things going to be century to celebrate and then of course creating content that motivates and inspires the world. So whether that's through podcasting whether that's through the messages you teach your children whether that's through the work that you do in your career. Lots of ways to be a creator specifically a content creator also having new experiences in learning something new every single day to live as to roman evolve continuously and then of course. I also think you should learn more about yourself so that you can embrace your constant evolution because to be alive means that you're going to change Physiologically change what. You mentally spiritually financially. Everything changed was about you on an ongoing basis. So that's migration that's my
The Future of Business Applications and the Power of Data
"Efficiently. Let me welcome you to a new episode. The future of stack and today. I'm with the james phillips and we're going to have a obviously president and busiest application microsoft and we're going to speak about Various topics but let's start from a place that i always liked to stop which is out digital start for you because i've read that you've already initiated your first company day age of seven theme. So yeah i'm one of those very fortunate people. I count myself very very fortunate. That i kind of discovered computers very very early in my life and developed a passion for them. I was if i'm being super transparent i was. I was not very athletic. Child and there wasn't a whole bunch of is good at to be honest with you. And you know i discovered computers taw how to program in both really enjoyed it and got good at and so it was something that That both brought me a lot of joy and a lot of Four frankly and so that that passion that was part very early in my life has become a very long career for me. And i feel very fortunate that side you know that i was able to discover it and to make a living doing it. It's been it's been an amazing journey while to back. Then fortran pascal. i got started with basic basic. Oh my first earth computer. I programmed on a texas instruments ti ninety nine four. A this was probably nineteen seventy nine or nineteen eighty or so okay and And it was all business basic time. And so i've been i've been at it ever since i moved from actually doing programming work more of the business side of our business after about ten or fifteen years but my passion from the star was making software. And i've really really been again very blessed and fortunate to be able to make a living on it
Justice Department Probing Postmaster Over Fundraising
"The justice department is investigating Postmaster General Lewis to joy over political fundraising activity at his former business a spokesman for Postmaster General Lewis did choices the former logistics executive is aware of the investigation into campaign contributions made by employees working for his former company new breed logistics the spokesman says did joy has been scrupulous in adhering to campaign contribution laws The Washington Post reports five former workers said that they were urged by did joy or his aides to attend political fundraisers at his North Carolina mansion and to write out donation checks some said that they got bigger bonuses to reimburse for the contributions records show new breed workers contributed more than six hundred thousand dollars to Republican candidates to Joyce supported it's not illegal to encourage workers to contribute to candidates but it is illegal to reimburse them if it's done to sidestep federal campaign contribution limits I'm Jackie Quinn
Free Beer, Other New Incentives for Biden's 'Vaccine Sprint'
"President Biden says the nation needs to pull out all the stops to get more people vaccinated in coming weeks as he looks toward a self imposed July fourth deadline his goal is to have seventy percent of Americans at least partially vaccinated by independence day read sixty three percent of adults with one shot so the president's call in June a month of action highlighting ways of making shots more appealing to those who've resisted them so far they include free game tickets free child care and free beverages Anheuser Busch announced that bears on them on July the fourth the company says it'll by everyone twenty one and over around a beer once the seventy percent goal is reached part of what the president calls an all American summer of freedom and joy Sager mag ani Washington
Developing a Stronger Sense of Self and Truth With Maureen Pelton
"Do we separate what we know in our brains to be true. Let's say and an intuition or a sense of something that might come to us from a different place. Do you ever hundred percent know something is true for you. That's a really good question. And i spent twenty some years embodiments and how to discern between the two. And i'm gonna i start by saying there's no absolute so and there's no one hundred percent so it is what i call developing muscle. We exercise to develop our muscles. Strengthen them will listening to our body listening to our wisdom listening tore intuition versus all the chatter in the head that is developing a muscle practice. And i encourage playfulness. I encourage innocence and joy and curiosity as we explore this. Because we're we're way too serious. And that is the brain in the ego. And it is the place of the beginner. Mind as they call it or the neutral observer where something comes up something emerges we know something we feel something and we sit with. Oh well that's interesting and we don't go into your boy. It's absolutely right or that. That is true. We stay with that and it is revealed that the minute go on our head and this is what a lot of us are conditioned to do and we try and make sense of it and put meaning to it and find the mechanism for when that happens. We have now left the body and we're back living above the neck and then the muscle doesn't get developed. So i talk a lot about and teach a lot about the neutral observer. The silent witness that is just receiving and full of curiosity on wondering innocence. Enjoy and one of my greatest teachers around that. Because i have had the pleasure of being with his holiness the dalai lama in his place in dharamsala a couple times as well as in larger venues that he's brilliant but he sits in that place of joy innocence and wonder and playfulness. And that's where. I feel a lot of fluidity. In emerging an unfolding of what is
Protect Your Pets With Peggy Rusk
"Well everyone. I'm here with the lovely peggy rest. Who is in oil lover. But more than that. Her passion is animals. She shares with us today. Her many successes with animals and essential oils peggy taught at schools and events with her sidekick princess on oil techniques for pets and runs the facebook group peggy's pointers for pets with essential oils. Peggy welcome to the show. How are you doing today doing fine. Thank you so much at the first joy spreading the word for oil for pets and your journey started with princess. Eight years ago that right yes about prince says Princes was my side kick. She was losing for and i was done. The fed just was not giving any results and two trips. A month to the bats was just getting expensive. So i got introduced to this lady sign unseen. She didn't know me. I didn't know her and i went over. She came out sense. Wait -ment ancient statement. And she said he put the sun princess within one week of doing it twice a day on her for. She was growing baby fine for back after after week. Yup
Lil Loaded, Dallas Rapper Behind Hit "6locc 6a6y", Has Died at 20
"Dallas rapper. lil loaded has died officials. Confirm dallas rapper. Lil loaded who had a viral hit with block baby in summer. Twenty nineteen has died. The dallas county medical examiner's office confirmed that the twenty year old. Whose legal name was d. Sean robertson died monday. His cause and manner of death have not been determined. Robertson signed with epic records after block baby went viral with more than twenty five million views on youtube. That song was certified gold by the recording industry association of america last week and robertson wrote in an instagram post about the certification that he had the dope est fan base on earth asking yari an attorney for robertson said that his clients death was very tragic and that he didn't see it coming. Murray said the record label believe strongly in robertson and had invested heavily in his success. Stanley gabbard whose production company worked with the record label. Seth of a young man who was so talented and full of joy came as a shock. This kid was on a great path. He said adding that he loved watching robertson. Make music
Test2 - less 3 - burst2 - FOF #2963 Stewart Pearce: The Man Who Taught Lady Diana to Speak - burst 02
"Channels That elisa doolittle character in my fair lady which i imagined that every speech pathologists every voice coach is intimately familiar with that musical and the beginning of it. They're showing her as a as a poor flower girl and she speaks and people can understand what she saying. Did you say comes. We don't say can't in the united states because that sounds like something. Naughty can't can't can't maybe throw was not supposed to my ears. it should have been. Yeah absolutely well. I mean at one and i ain't old so it caught me whatever to the entree idea it's difficult. It's very difficult Although today you know geographically speaking Levels mobility are suing extraordinary accents or dialect saw beginning to be ironed out. And so it's much easier to be able to specify where people from. Although i find it very interesting that when i'm in the back of a cab in new york city often the driver says to me wearing from where do you think i'm from noon. I put on my best down to the abbey voice. They say south african australian. Have you ever watched downton abbey. Oh my god here. English everything new york city. Everybody's so used to you. Know that sort of sound that ricky as makes we'll open lot roaster s joy. English was your as opposed to allowing each file to have third enunciate to ten dollars. Stewart could be from iowa for all we know in part of it is like you're right now in american culture popular culture. Everybody's very obsessed with ryan murphy's miniseries halston where the great legendary designer who was born in iowa grew up in indiana and talk like this very sophisticated and part of it. I started thinking about this david. Sedaris wrote in his book me talk pretty one day about how common it is for gay men to get speech. Lessons fix their gay lisp. But we've also observed in films like the king's speech where british aristocrats or even the monarchy. And in that film in your life hired voice coaches to get them to speak clearly indeed. Yeah absolutely yeah. I i watched The netflix halston the other evening. I haven't i haven't completed it often in the series. I thought it fascinating the way the the name of the actor. Why does the namely urge thank you so much. Who's yeah smoke. It's like you know any very key found this wonderful turn. You obviously
The Future of Upskilling and Unlocking Innovation With Data
"So hello joe and we'll come to a new episode of the future of stick. They may guest. His -joyed can song chief products and technology officer. The joe thank you. Thanks for having me. It's a pleasure to have you here and we're going to speak about many many things but maybe before we start yours about yourself. Sure so As you shared. I'm the chief products and technology officer at w. c. I've had the great privilege of enjoying now a twenty seven year career with. Pws's over that time. I've had lots of different roles in the firm. Prior to my current responsibility i was the technology media and telecom consulting leader and then i became a chief digital officer and most recently the chief product officer so have been spending a lot of time on digital topics with clients on transformation. Broadly and it's just been a great privilege to enjoy so many interesting rolls over my time with. Wc so joe. Some of our audiences are not We're not born when you started working for a and my question to you is. How did it all start. And how did you find yourself touching technology to start with for my early clients. Were in the telecom space. So i used to do a lot of work around customer billing systems and The way that telephone calls us to be operating over over complex networks what looks like complex networks at the time in comparison to the networks world dealing with today's suppose they were a little bit easier to deal with but i always. I always remember explaining to people that in the days of this'll date me now so i'm just going to go all in on. How old but in the early days Not just the early days the recent days of telecom prior to digital networks. When you're telephone was connected to somebody else to have a phone call. You were physically connected. Meaning the the switching of the systems actually connected your twisted pair of copper ear home through a whole series of switches and network elements to twisted pair of copper somebody else's home
"joy" Discussed on POSITIVELY JOY
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"joy" Discussed on POSITIVELY JOY
"I think sometimes that positive Joy comes out of pain comes out of I didn't get the answer to prayer or my friends kid died of cancer, you know, and when you go through that and you see that God is still good that he's still there and know there's pain it is not the end of the story and it's not the last chapter. There is always hope Hi, it's Yvette here. Listen, I'm just going to take a few seconds to ask you for a big favor. If you love this podcast, then hit the Subscribe or the follow button. If you haven't already right now on a phone or on your computer and leave me a 5-star rating and then leave me a review and tell me what you love about the show or what you'd like me to talk about all this really helps to send out the wrong message of the positively Joy podcast of the people who need to hear it. And then finally if you love it, then share this with everybody that you know, thanks so much. That's it. Let me get on with the show. Hello and welcome to positively Joy the podcast on searching for the light in All Seasons. I'm your host Ivette Walker and on this podcast, you'll hear stories. That show me how you can find God in everyday life on the job in media. And even in your favorite hobby. I would love for you to listen and be encouraged today. We are so happy to welcome Magpul. He's not a Seattle Mom of eight a podcaster and a child of God. Hey Meg. Thank you so much for being on the show high vet. Thanks for having me on positively Joy. I feel honored and blessed just to be part of what God's doing here. Well, I'm happy to have you here and we are both. I know you say that you're trying to live your best life. We are both trying to live our best lives and to give glory to God. So that's that's what we're going to try to do man..
"joy" Discussed on POSITIVELY JOY
"I. Am Sitting here in my studio slashing craft. The rain is falling maybe you can even hear a little of it. And I'm smiling I. Hope you can hear it in my voice. I'm smiling because. Season two. Of The positivity joy podcast. Is launching in mere hours. And I'm smiling and I'm so excited because what started as. Not a Lark it's something I'd always wanted to do but I I didn't really know where it was going to go. I did. Is that I needed to use the gifts that God has given me. To. Honor him to give glory to Him. and. So in the midst pandemic I figured out how to use some software and I started. And I didn't know where it would take us but it has taken us Thirty five episodes later. If you include some little bonus tracks and things like that. it's taken us here to the beginning of season two. For those of you who don't know me I'm you that Walker your host of the positivity..
"joy" Discussed on AM Joy
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"Anyway John Lewis said listen. You need to come to these workshops James Awesome. Journey was doing the workshops and I just said I'll. Have to half that. He said this is what we talk about our time. As well. Okay our this goal, so we'll have to hear your mouth and I went and I got stuck. This exactly what? We wanted to do what we talked about. How can we challenge the system in such a way? So we're not. s again for fan of we ready. This won't track with it. One thing I want to say because Glenn. Crosses Bridge in what was that all about? Jimmy Jackson had been shot and killed. By state troopers. Okay over in Perry County. That's why we would go on. From Selma to Montgomery. The protests of the governor. Because a state, troopers were the ones who kill Jimmy Jackson will also wants who helped to stop us from going. Okay so city limits of salvo was on our side of the bridge. That's why the state troopers didn't stop us before we got on the bridge. Why. Stand, the context and the history and a what was all about? So, it was about protests and a killin of a black man. WHO's trying to protect his mother? On a night, March. Over in Perry County while they have denied March because James Arch was in jail. And they will march in so the media follow them to the jail in hopefully protect James. Sorry to interrupt you reverend, Lafayette? I just want to let our viewers know. We are seeing the case on head to the bridge right now, they will approach that bridge as I understand it. They will hold there for one moment. I don't know if our viewers are able to see as the body traveled viewers. There were there were people following the body along the journey to the Edmund pettus bridge. Still with me is historian and my my good friend Jilani. Jilani! The Reverend talk about why they were marching to protest the death of a black man, so it still creates this wrinkle in time as we transition John Lewis's body. Oh, what does this mean to you? As we see this happening given the political landscape today. And just the cultural landscape is dead. Bodies still are screen sadly. What do you make of this historic moment? I'm very glad that Dr. Lafayette mentioned Jimmy Jackson. Civil. Rights martyr that not enough people know about, but. See, the is the. Waiting for a moment with? The remains of Congressman Lewis there. It's just. Really. The fact that each one of these rights that we exercise. Any opportunity that we've had to participate in democracy in a meaningful way, every single one of those rights has been drenched in blood of people. Who have sacrificed. Cheat them. And, you can scarcely turn without another instance of it. So we're seeing right now. They're holding for that moment. We're going to listen in to watch this moment. Play out in real time. Core. Clear. John Bridge. Fit Forget about? Five. For Hungary. What. Your grabby. All right I just want to set the scene behind the casket is John Miles. That's the congressman son and Freddie Lewis. His brother, his other brothers Sam Louis Grant Lewis and his sister Rosa. Tyner and Michael Collins was his chief of staff on Capitol Hill but he. More. They were like family. Together during their their time on capitol. Hill still with me is Britney Pack Net Cunningham in the civil rights leader. Activists Reverend Dr. Bernard Lafayette Junior we only have about a few seconds left, but I just wanted to talk to you. Because a lot of people who are just learning about the movement. I don't know. But this was not the only instance of violence that Congressman Lewis face. This is where he suffered a skull fracture, but you talk about you having cracked ribs, and that Congressman John Lewis was repeatedly struck this lifelong commitment to nonviolence. Where does that come from our? Where did that come from? I should say with the congressman. It is something that happened when he was. Very Young And he made that commitment at he did not want to live under those circumstances, and the also believed that they could be changed. And that's why he applied. You Know Laverick card. And the also. Wanted to go to college there. In Alabama and ended up at American. Baptist, theological, seminary. So in the something that was in his blood, it was his conscience was at his spirit. and. While he tried to. persuade others talso join him. I'm so sorry I. Hate to interrupt you. We just WANNA. Listen in on. What's happening right now? Yes! That's right. No.
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"Reverend Sharpton. You and I were talking earlier and look Congressman John. Lewis was was non. But he was certainly a fighter. And you and I have spoken about the different efforts to create equality, and we often remind our listeners when we're on the radio together that it wasn't always peaceful. They're always people who disagree with how to get there, but we just know the destination is the thing that we agree on. John Lewis Ram against his good friend Julian. Bond for Congress and they were great friends, but they had different approaches at that time. If you can talk a little bit about the discord at that time among the movement, and compare it to what's happening today as we continue this fight for equality. Believed that people try to distort history. There's always been different tactics in tactical disagreements, but everyone was always focused toward the same goal. Like I was saying earlier, I grew up a youngster under. John Lewis is and other of that. Generation and I was always a toll of the differences between us, but that we would always try to find a way to come together and common ground, so yes John Lewis ran against bond and John, Lewis one, but they were able to reconcile, and I came out of the northern part of movement under Dr, William Jones the Martin Luther. King School, but I used to always say Jesse Jackson's class I was mentioned by Jesse. I was too young, and no Dr King and that was a different school then John Lewis are different school than those that did inside baseball, democratic politics, but all of us. US were united around voting. Rights and others are issues like police brutality like our economic empowerment. Just as then we have people younger than us that are coming forward taking the reins doing it their way, and I think if your ego gets out the way you do what you do and do it to the best of your ability and hope that those that come behind do what they do to the best of their ability, and you meet the whole, and that's what John Lewis would always say to me allieu you know that you do it your way, but make sure it's effective. remained nonviolent remain non. Remain Determined, but keep your eye on the prize and I I'm honored that he spent time in poured into me and I've tried to do that. Would those behind me? And as we see his body now headed to that bridge, he goes as a victor. He goes as one that won the battle to battle and Selma Hem and Jose away of his Amiss. Boynton they won that battle? We must make sure they don't turn the victory around by not having a civil rights act now because they're trying to take defeat out of the jaws of victory that John Lewis one is not enough to commemorate him. We must continue him. I want to bring in Congressman. Lewis is a college roommate. Civil rights activists the Reverend Dr Bernard Lafayette Junior the CO founder of Snick the student nonviolent Coordinating Committee Riviera I'm so pleased to have you with me on what must be a very difficult day you? No doubt have known congressman. Lewis the longest. You you talk about how you guys were so close that your mom would send you a two suits, and and you would give him one in college, and some of us have nightmare stories about roommates in college, but you got room with Congressman Lewis Oh. Paint for us a picture of a young John Lewis when you offer. One advantage that we have was We are both from the south. and. We had the experience of growing up in a segregated. A situation, so we have something in common. So! That's why we went to relate to each other and talk about. What happened even in early childhood. Experiences where we challenged. The segregation system. I had since. in Tampa Florida ebor city. When I was. Just seven years old. And I used to be mister coffee. and Go! Over to the commercial area. And I would be able to get take orders for coffee for the merchants who are actually over up their shops. and. Our go back to the restaurant. Lonzo Violeta's. And I would. Order coffee for the merchants. And this before I went to school every morning. Okay! Yeah. so. I leaned against a stool. While I was waiting and eventually put my hip on a stool. And then I slid on the stool where the. Whether was fixing the coffee. He stared at made to mirror. And we never said anything. From that day on I sat on the stools. The experience of sitting on stools. At a very early age, so John Lewis had some challenges that he had in Troy Alabama. You know their new toy. So I. Had A great. Opportunity for us to. Share with each other. And we really. became very good friends. and He tried to get me to go to these workshops and I didn't have time to little workshops. That was always working just like I was the coffee when I was a little boy. In I'd get up at five thirty in the morning to go get that coffee and I lose a janitor, the second floor hours assistant librarian and ended up being librarian because the librarian had. Complicated troubles. Pregnancy, but anyway John Lewis said listen. You need to come to these workshops James Awesome. Journey was doing the workshops and I just said I'll. Have to half that. He said this is what we talk about our time. As well. Okay our this goal, so we'll have to hear your mouth and.
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"The signing of the landmark voting rights act of nineteen sixty five. Throughout the years Congressman Lewis has returned to the Edmund Pettus bridge again. And again and again in observance of that day. On the fiftieth anniversary of the bloody Sunday March. He marched alongside the first black president of the United States of America, and he did it again this year just a few months ago, proving that he never gave up the fight. On the FROG Both. Voted before. The celebration of this American heroes. Life will spend six days right now. Some congresswoman Terri. Sewell and others are sending him off from Brown Chapel Ame Church. Where marchers gathered fifty five years ago before crossing the bridge soon after in this hour, the body of Congressman. Lewis will be taken across that bridge one last time he will lie in the state in the Alabama capital, then in the US, Capitol in Washington, and finally in the Georgia capital before being brought to his final resting place in Atlanta. Joining me now is House Majority Whip James. Clyburn leader Clyburn I'm so happy that you can join me on on such a somber day and I know that you and Congressman Lewis or close friends. You guys actually met in nineteen sixty at the organizational meeting of Snick when you were just twenty year old college students Your wives were friend. How are you feeling today?.
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"I'm being told we have to go, but I do want to display I know you wanted to talk about the Hyde amendment. It's the first anti-choice Bill. That's basically trying to ban abortion rights for people who receive Medicaid so you have to please promise me that you will come back, so we can talk more about that, and maybe we can have your id live or something where we can less Jewett Barry. Talk. Number exactly thank you so much for joining me I really appreciate it and coming up as sports come back. The women of the WNBA are leading the way again. Our show it so you next. We saw the players leave the floor. Go back to their respective locker rooms. One of those actions we'll see throughout the season as part of the Social Justice Initiative Yeah first of many ways that we will see wnba plays players using their voices all season long. This is nothing new for these women. They have been proactive when it comes to speaking out on social injustices for the life of the WNBA. Sports comeback. In America, the black lives matter movement has never had more visibility. Almost every major league baseball game has featured nearing players during the tradition of the National Anthem and the traditional Colin Kaepernick as well, and as you just saw players from the New York. Liberty and the Seattle storm of the WNBA left the court before the anthem played those same wnba stars also took it to another level by wearing Brianna Taylor's name on their jerseys, and holding a moment of silence to start. The Game Espn Journalists Holly Rowe spoke with Brianna mother to Meka Palmer before the game and filed this report. I spoke with her mother to Meka Palmer today, and she said she could light up the room with her smile. She actually loved basketball. She played in middle school and high school. Her personality was infectious. She was a beautiful power of force for the world. She said when these WNBA. Players reached out to me to honor her in this way. I felt loved. I'm amazed that these women will say her name and support me in this fight for justice. It is beautiful the support of women black women. Women, period I know that when she takes the stage, she would light up the sky with her smile, and her spirit is with everyone today represented by these women on their jerseys. Many are giving up hope. Millions worry that a loved one won't survive covid nineteen. There's morning in America. And under the leadership of Donald Trump. Our country's weaker and sicker and poor. And now Americans are asking. If we have another four years like this. Will there even be an American? The group behind these powerful ominous ads you've been saying isn't the Biden campaign or even the Democratic Party, but the Lincoln projects aband- never trump republicans determined to sink the president's re election. Come November! That isn't the only deadline they're up against. Though in one hundred days, if America Chooses Biden, these never trump conservatives will occupy a very unique and uncomfortable role in American politics either they returned to kiss him. Their parties rating or they roll up their sleeves that transformed the GOP joining me now to discuss all this and more is democratic pollster. My friend for Non Mandi Business and political marketing consultant Teradata del Charlie. Sykes editor in chief of the bullwork. Normally I like to ladies first, but I'm actually going to turn a you on this Lynch Charlie. Because I'm really interested. Since you occupied this never trumper seats, and I referenced the An op-ed that you wrote in The New York Times in two teen that I read that I found really interesting. Because in that bed, you talk about how the right wing went wrong and you say that you helped advance the careers. Careers of of Conservatives like Paul Ryan and Scott Walker and I have to tell you I've been in politics a long time and I think some of those careers you helped advance start with trump. This problem was in the Republican Party. Long before trump ever took office so now that we're hearing this moment. How do you reconcile the past? And what do you see the future looking like for? Some of these never-trumpers like yourself? Yeah No, it's been a painful process. There's no question about it that down. Trump reflects a pre existing condition. That dysfunction didn't just occur in twenty sixteen, so I think we have to have a reckoning and right now I think look The House is on fire, and we need to put out the fire, and we'll worry about the redecorating later and I. do think that one of the things it's on. The ballot is not just trumpets trumpism. It's what's happened to the Republican Party and whether or not we can create a new coalition of the decent We may not agree on all policy issues, but I think we do agree on what values actually. Actually matter the most decency empathy, the rule of law inclusion of those things, and so yes, we may be temporary allies right now, but we are allies a crucial moment in American democracy. If Donald Trump is I, think an is essential threat to our democracy. This is a moment where at least for the moment let's put aside our differences and focus on what we agree on, and then go back and think okay. What did we get long? And what are we have to fix because you know what when Donald Trump leaves the White House the Trumpian cancer on the right, it does not go away and so we have to confront both of those things. All right here I want to ask you so Charlie says the house is on fire. Let's worry about redecorating later. I got some trust issues. Okay so. AM curious because. The enemy of my enemy, my friend now are they still my enemy. What does that look like and I imagine there are a lot of other people with trust issues. What are you seeing for this post? Trump America our. Allies ship that can live I. Wish Everybody Watch game of thrones because I geek out on. All of you guys right now. But I won't put you through it, and then they over my head..
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"You and your family protected and hopefully give you one less thing to worry about. Try it today. Now that Senate Republicans have finally woken up to the calamity in our country. They have been so divided so disorganized so unprepared. They've struggled to even draft a partisan proposal within their own conference. They can't come together. Even after all this time. It appears the Republican legislative response to Kobe is in unified. Unserious. Unsatisfactory. Good morning and welcome to am joy I'm tiffany cross. As today we are officially one hundred days away from the election that will decide Donald Trump's fate and hours just moments ago, NBC News and Mars College released a poll of registered voters in Arizona, a state trump won by three and a half points in two thousand sixteen will now not only. Is He trailing? Joe Biden by five points in a match. Match up, but on the Senate side Democratic candidate Mark Kelly is leading his Republican challenger, Martha mcsally by twelve points as you just heard Chuck Schumer, explain the Senate Republicans do not appear to have what it takes to effectively govern, and now according to the Cook Political. Report the Democrats are favored to retake the Senate with competitive races in previously Ruby red states like Georgia where I grew up in Iowa. So while the presidential election tends to take up all the oxygen, the importance of these Senate races cannot be overstated if dim take the White House, but Republicans keep the Senate good luck, passing meaningful legislation or confirming that black woman to the Supreme Court that Joe Biden has promised or shaping a democratic cabinet. Trump wouldn't even be on the ballot if I prob- The Republican. Controlled Senate led by itself, proclaimed grim reaper Mitch McConnell shows the country over there Maga- loyalist party when forty five was impeached, and it's because Republicans control the Senate that. They were able to get away with this. One of my proudest. LOOKED AT ROCK OBAMA SAID MR, president. You will not feel the supreme. Court vacancy. And it's because Republicans control the Senate that they were able to ignore their constitutional duty and dismissed the impeachment trial from the GECKO. This thing will come to the Senate, and it will die quickly and I will do everything. I can to make it die quickly. I am trying to give a pretty clear signal. I made up my mind. I'm not. Here. We will have a lot more on the Senate races in just a few minutes, but first MSNB host alley vel she, one of my favorite people traveled to Pennsylvania to talk to some voters in that key battleground state. Take a look at some of what they had to say about Donald Trump. Just been so disappointed. What's been going on in this country for the last four years? The leadership. It's just been week as far as I'm concerned I've never been a big trump cheerleader. On frequently dismayed by his lack of presidential decorum, but on the other hand he's a manager and I like the way he's managing. You know the president setting a tone that that it my four year old I would pull them aside and say. Don't you ever speak to somebody that way? That's not a constructive dialogue. You're not going to change somebody's mind. There's just a need to for hard pivot in leadership in order to do that. We cannot sustain this for another four years. And is joining me now. Is Ali relatively one of my favorite people I'm so excited to screen with you a great work talking to those voters there and I have to ask you so the former GOP chair rob gleason said that the. Trump is pretty much immovable. Pennsylvania he said the bigger the controversy, the more trump flags and signs go up. What what do you make of this? Yeah I've seen a few of them on the drive. Here as you know I, spend my weekends. In fact I'm here most of the time in Pennsylvania, but I'm an hour away from where I am in Bethlehem. And and you see a lot of that and that conversation that I had with six residents of Bucks County three of them. Were Democrats lear the more Republicans and they didn't. They didn't agree on stuff. It's like they were in slightly different universes their entire. Life experience was different. What I thought was useful as they were listening to each other, they were sort of talking to each other. They weren't arguing with each other, but it does seem that they get their information from entirely different bubbles and I think that's what part of the issue is so somebody makes a point here in. Somebody makes a point there, but they're not actually talking with each other. Hit the bottom line in a place like Pennsylvania though is is many fault. One is that it is a more diverse place than it looks like even in the rural and suburban areas number two this I'm in front of a steel plant. Plant, industrial, America, or Post Industrial America, and this is where Donald Trump and by the way Bernie Sanders were trying to appeal to voters to say I can help revive this. I can make us into manufacturing country again. Donald Trump had a ham fisted way of doing that with his trade policy, which ended US getting ended up getting into a trade war, but the fact is, it is forty or fifty years of trade policy that has made these jobs. Go Away, and we didn't do anything about it for any of these people. So what I think is that there's a real sense of you all cheated me to some degree. Who's going to be. Be Most honest about how these jobs are coming back four years ago. Donald Trump won the support of these people. If you take out those people who supported Donald Trump because rhetoric, and because of racism, there were workers who said maybe he can do something he couldn't do it. While the going was good now with one hundred days to go into recession in pandemic that he's getting very low marks for handling most people are starting to say he probably can't do it now, but remember tiffany the beauty about being out here as opposed to being in there in the studio. is every time I'm out here I realize people are not reading. Reading the broad cross section of stuff. They're not watching a broad section of TV. Like even you and I consume. They're watching what they watch. They're getting the message they're getting. And that's what's resonating, but I think we need to be out here more talking to people and before I go i. just have to tell you I have been watching you on their the best part about it is that you're? They're the worst part about it is. We have back back shows that we never get to talk to each other so if you could talk to your producers about changing that, because one of the best things about my job is talking to you. Thank you so much, Elliot. I love it I. Love Talking to you and I'm GonNa. Keep you for one more second before you go because they have to ask. In philly, the black voters in two thousand twelve really made the difference there came out for Obama is also not lost on me that this is Joe Biden's home state. This is where he was born, and he likes to tout his scrappy upbringing in Scranton I wonder how those two things will play. Do you think the black voters in Philly will come out this time for Joe Biden tickets? I actually think they do what you've seen in Philadelphia. Including in the two thousand eighteen election in is an expansion of the the grip. The Democrats have on the city's in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. You've seen that now. Starting to spread to the collar counties remember we talked about suburban people. Well. That's what Philadelphia has got. A lot of those kinds of suburbs, and they are more blue than red right now..
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"But Tisch James has already now one she's poised to win statewide office. Her opponents, an unknown. Also African American, I should note, but the New York AG is chinamen was believed. He has potential be governor. So Tisch James is actually positioning herself to be a national figure completely and her predecessor Schneiderman. I mean. He had been targeting Donald Trump long before he even got into the office at the presidency. He was going after his businesses and really one of the faces of the movement. So, yeah, I completely think this James is going to be a national figure along with the other attorney generals and I think you're gonna see. The way that she works in the level, you're going to see her have some strong allies in congress as well. The health flips the net subpoena power is going to come back to a lot of Democrats, and I think Elisa Cummings probably has a big pile of them on his desk. Rego. We'll all of those ranking members who would become chairman, Adam Maxine Waters. I just don't talk about it. A lot see waters is sitting in ranking member seat. You've got Adam shifts sitting in the ranking member chair at at at house until what if the Democratic Party talk about who would be elevated in these midterms? I think I do think they try. I people get mad when I say this and I'm not talking about the audience. I'm not talking about you audience at home, watching joy Reid because you're obviously very engaged, but a lot of people don't pay attention to the minutia of this, and a lot of people don't understand. So let's see your point about. We thought this is going to happen during the Obama administration. I think a lot of people felt like, no, we've gotta Barack Obama's. We'll be okay. I think that the pendulum has swung so far right are just now starting to pay attention, but it's not just that the Democrats aren't talking about it. It's at the media also isn't talking Gaiman well, dressed. True, fair, fair point. And you know what? A lot of it would have happened if some people would have voted in two thousand ten to twenty fourteen instead of staying home and waiting for Bronco momma to work all the miracles all by himself. Tiffany will be back in our next hour more than the break..
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"It's three card Monte because you also have a Puerto Rican community that is growing really quickly. That's in the crucial. I four corridor that's numerically large and could get larger every time people come from the island to the mainland and then can vote in federal elections, so they have to play this game. So you have Rhonda Santa's courting voters in Puerto Rico on in August going there to stump for those votes. So they have to do both, right? They have to say, oh, we want to build a wealth of these Hispanic voters, but we like these rights Banik. The thing is joy for Latinos and Latinas across the country. Yet. Again, it's another moment where it is so clear and it's really hard as journalists to have to say this, right? But from a journalistic perspective, based on the words coming out of this president's mouth and the policies that follow, we kind of let the notion that in a moment where it's like, whoa, no seriously on the border. They are denying American citizens who are letting you know some Latinas, their passports. They're just denying. They're saying, no, you were. That's not true that you were really born here your midwife. Show me your midwives, paper, et cetera. There denying that you know, whether I actually tweeted, I said, it looks like this president really doesn't care about our lives, whether we're in cages where there were in freezers in those immigrant detention camps, or whether we are dead in Puerto Rico, we have now been exactly denied our existence negated. And I think for us, it's kind of like the shock of making the connections also because you know, money from FEMA was put into ice, we're not gonna save let the. Latin lives, but we will put them in immigrant attention facilities that ultimately are going to make money fry people for private Brazil. For us, it's really just another one. And I think for the rest of the country, it's an, it's a learning opportunity to open your eyes to what is happening and to not be shocked that this is happening. It is real and therefore protect your, let the let the brothers and sisters and people of color in this country. We need that support from each other. If we're not going to get it, obviously not from this government. And I mean Kurt at the same time, there's the human imperative. But for your former political party for the Republican party, they know that it doesn't really change their behavior, but they do also want these votes. They love to tout, but Donald Trump got twenty seven percent of the expanding vote in the election, Rick Scott got a minority of Hispanic votes, but he got enough to sneak barely over the line to become governor. And now you have the two men running to replace him Ron to Santa. So we showed earlier and Andrew gillum Gillam up. I mean, he was up a little. Now he's a Balat like that's actually outside the margin of error..
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"Court. Surely we can find a better resolution. Now, as you see in the book, I had tremendous amount of respect for Donald. I did not know David pecker was his good friend, nor did I know this practice of catch and kill these stories, or in this case, try to put down a lawsuit. And so after the negotiation as you'll see unhinged, yes. I ended up becoming the west coast editor of ok magazine and reality weekly and working for David pecker for two years. And that's a whole separate book. Joy could write about working for David pecker and publications like the Enquirer and star magazine. I'm sure I'm you talk about befriending David Cohen early on before the campaign. Were you surprised in Michael? Sorry, Michael Meikeljohn. Yeah. Were you surprised when he turned on Donald Trump? First of all, I adore Michael Cohen. Have never hit that. I think you see that how much I adore him in the book, and I am sad to see him going through easy going through ideas, wife, his daughter was my intern at the White House. She's brilliant. I am really, really sat and moreover to see Donald Trump kick Michael Cohen while he's down while praising Paul Manafort. I mean, Michael Cohen did everything he was asked to do. He was directed to make those payments by the president United States. He was completely loyal. He was a loyal soldier carrying out all of the things that he was instructed to do by Donald Trump who's general. And do you think that he has evidence that would be material to the Russia gate portion of the Muller gate investigation, he has that and much more Michael Cohen. Note all about all of Donald Trump's dirty secrets, all his thirty deals all of his corruption, and I'm glad that Michael Cohen is going to actually participate and cooperate with these investigations because the American people. Have a right to know what's going on who truly they elected to be president United States. You know, other players in the Donald Trump universe that you do write about in the book. Who else do you think might come forward? You know, Keith Schiller. Who was Donald Trump's? Longtime bodyguard. Do you think that he is somebody that might come forward? Are there others. The ski signed one of those agreements that they offered me. I believe he's being paid fifteen thousand dollars a month. When you sign on you, sign this incredible India does not allow you to talk or share those stories. And so essentially he's been silent. I don't know what he can and can't do under that agreement. But all I know is he did enter an agreement that does not allow him to talk in any negative way about Donald Trump. And you say in the book that you were made uncomfortable by Paul Manafort when he came onto the campaign, why? Well, Paul Manafort was always looking out for himself. He never talked about how this could advance the campaign. He always tried to position as to how different decisions and policy could help to event him and Rick gates. And even when I talked to him about issues that were concerning to African community, he was very dismissive because he didn't see the end game for him. I wanna come back to you. I know somebody who knows who's for a long time who would found out that I was gonna be talking to you, head of things that they wanted to know. I'm just having no new back in the day when I'm not gonna tell you two. And one of the questions I had one of these tell me who it is, what are the questions that they had? Lots of people have asked me questions. Oh, please ask Marotta this and a lot of them revolve around things like the central park five. You studied Donald Trump and you studied to. He was very honest in the book about seeing his misogyny about watching him on the set, be very vulgar toward women about him being creepy toward his daughter, and so you didn't know the negatives at the time as well as the positives on race..
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"And that's the really important thing is that people be able to know that there's hope know that there's joy their future in every way and that's what matters that people can get to tomorrow with a feeling that they can live through it with vision with clarity with love without absolutely with partners i want to reinforce the idea that progress isn't just a train moving forward we can move backward if we don't stay together and keep keep our eye on the ball glad does a study every year called accelerating acceptance which measure measures americans comfort ability with the community and for the first time ever this year since we started at five years ago the numbers rolled back policy hasn't rolled back but this conversation is rolling back because people in washington dc are leading a conversation that is marginalizing people and it and it can cause hearts and minds to move backward and so if we don't stay steadfast with one another and with our allies we can this this can turn around it's not inevitable until it's inevitable yeah you know just occurred to me as diego was speaking that this conversation has coming during the week when probably what are the most extraordinary memorials mu ziems have opened in america in a very long time the legacy museum and the national memorial for peace and justice in montgomery alabama where for the first time the nation has to confront be accountable for responsible for lynchings in the united states and both those both those institutions in montgomery show that there's a line from slavery to lynchings to segregation to mass incarceration what what that museum and wet that memorial does is forces us to look ourselves in the mirror as a nation who were we back then when thousands of people would gather around and watch another human being be murdered and not just lynch meeting hanged but then.
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"Yeah you know joy thank you because i think that's the point right and that's what we need to focus on i'm super proud of you obviously for for coming out and saying things you did open the show i'm really proud of you for kind of showcasing whatever lucien looks like in this country i think about just like the other folks on your panel have shared my relationship with my parents and how that's changed over the years and how that's really what we've asked people for we've asked people to evolve we've said welcome to us if you will you know if you'll forgo past ignorance and move beyond it right we've we've told them they're welcome into our arms if they do those things so i'm proud of you and i appreciate the words that you opened the show with but i just want to cut through it all and keep it very real with people about what we're up against we have homophobic psychopaths running the united states government today that's the reality we have a secretary of state as was mentioned that believes that gay people are sinners base on who they are if mike pence god bless him ended up in the white house sitting behind that desk in the oval office he would have us all in concentration camps hoping to pray away the gay that's what we're actually up against i've talked about the gay agenda and when i was growing up people were terrified of me pushing this gay genda listen they gay genda is to survive until tomorrow and you ask lgbt people of color us trans women of color what that's like and they're not so much concerned about what joy reid might have said twelve years ago on a blog that is evolved now into really an alliance with us they're worried about what's happening right now on pennsylvania avenue and they're wondering why the media didn't rain down a firestorm on these people these homophobic psychopaths who are derailing the conversation turning back the clock on everything we've worked so hard on so i guess i'm just here today to implore the viewers to please stay.
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"Hey everybody welcome the late night podcast normally you'd hear me doing a closer look right now but today we have a special edition of the late night podcast that was accorded live in austin texas south by south west it stars amber ruffin and jenny hegel two of our writers here on the show and it's moderated by msnbc's joy reid and the topic is diversity in late night in news enjoy all right welcome everyone to the a special south by south west addition of the late night with seth meyers podcast i'm joy reid coming to you from msnbc here in the tune in little life podcast duty was very posh and we really happy that you guys are here enjoying free drinks i don't know if they're free but drinks i just said they were free to go up and ask for a drink and i am here on with two amazing writer comedians from late night with seth meyers i'm going to introduce them to you one at a time i'm going to start with amber ruffin all the way on the end amber ruffin rights on late night with seth meyers and comedy central's detroiters she's a regular narrator for drunk history she's got hurt drink in front of her and she's an alum of a second city main stage and boom chicago and the girl loves right a musicals yes you ever hand around applause and immediately to my left is jenny hegel jenny hagel is a puerto rican tv writer and comedy performer in new york city she currently writes for late night with seth meyers and other writing credits include impractical jokers big gay sketch show and head rider of white guy talk show we've to get her to talk a little bit about that and jenny and is an alumna of the second city in chicago and she holds an mfa in writing for screen and stage from northwestern university give a round of applause.
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"Refuses to restore the voting rights act refusing to have a minimum wage refusing to have a living wage we've got the challenge that kind of hypocrisy joy what do you make of that fact mr barbour that you have teachers in west virginia on strike walking out of their classrooms because they can't earn enough money to live essentially and at the same time what congress than what state legislators republican legislators are are debating is arming teachers with guns in order to have them stop mass shooters it was a mall travesty it is it is it is it is no crazy to see the small distortion that's going on you have that going on in west virginia and his fifty three years after marching across the edmund pettus bridge instead of having higher teacher salaries we have more recycler gatien of schools right here in alabama joy we have a mole teacher funding alabama does not have a minimum wage they have lock living wages four hundred thousand people have been did mad medicaid expansion in alabama in selma we have hope of four hundred thousand white people in poverty and over three hundred thousand people impove now joy this is in the same state wet 35 percent of eligible people of color are being blocked because of voter brett quotas oppression law that have been put in place since the shelter decision that good at section 5 we have less voting rights to date can we.