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"kauffman foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:34 min | 11 months ago

"kauffman foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Spokesman for the State Office of Court Administration confirmed to the Times Union of Albany that de Fiori and family members were tested one time at her South Hampton residents. 70 Excuse me 66 degrees right now Going up to 76 this afternoon with partly sunny skies and a chance we could see a few afternoon showers. Support for NPR comes from the Kauffman Foundation, working together with communities to break down barriers and prepare all people for success in their jobs and careers as employees or entrepreneurs more online at kauffman dot org. From W. N. Y. C in New York. This is on the media. I'm Brooke Gladstone this week mark six months since January, 6th the day of pro Trump mob stormed the U. S. Capitol. Let's go over 500 Rioters since been arrested, But the legal consequences of what they did are only just beginning to roll in for a local woman has been sentenced after pleading guilty to a charge in connection to the January six insurrection at the U. S. Capitol and Morgan Lloyd is from Bloomfield. She was sentenced to three years' probation and 120 hours of community service. The first Guilty plea, John Ryan Shafer of member of the Oath Keepers, the far right paramilitary group, pleading guilty to obstruction and entering the building.

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"kauffman foundation" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"kauffman foundation" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"72 hours of admission, organizers suggest downloading and using the health passed by clear APP to provide proof of vaccination masks are not required. Chicago Alderman yesterday approved. Celia Meza is the first Hispanic woman to lead the city's law department. Her confirmation was pushed off earlier this week. That's when some aldermen objected to the law department's handling of a lawsuit filed by Anjanette Young, whose home was wrongly rated 22 a half year sentence handed down yesterday to the Minneapolis police officer who murdered George Floyd came as welcome news to Marvin Hunter Hunter is great uncle of Laquan McDonald, who was shot 16 times and killed by Chicago Police officer Jason Van Dyke. Appendix seven year sentence is just a third of the sentence imposed yesterday on Officer Derek Chauvin. I think that this is significant because it sends a message to Chicago that that the country has taken another step towards justice. But other Chicagoans have a different take show you Betty, teaches at Northwestern University Law School, she says Chauvin's 22 a half year sentence came only after a global movement demanding accountability. Whether for today, it's going to be mostly cloudy, breezy McGee and more showers and thunderstorms and watch for an additional rain and expect flooding high standing water on streets and highways. We'll see a high of 80 degrees. I'm Marie Lane. This is WBZ news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Kauffman Foundation, working together.

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"kauffman foundation" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

01:46 min | 11 months ago

"kauffman foundation" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Served. Lightfoot said. The trial and sentencing of Derek Chauvin has heightened society sense of responsibility, the whole police officers accountable for their actions. No matter the weather today, Pride in the park is returning to Grand Park. The inaugural event was held in 2019, but last year's celebration was canceled because of the pandemic. This year. Organizers have added an extra day festivities. The two day event runs through Sunday. It includes headliners Shaka Khan, Australia's Betty, who and Dutch DJ Tiesto. Chicago Drag Queens and RuPaul's drag race stars, the vixen and Denali Fox will perform as well. Organizers say they've more than doubled attendants from the first one day celebration. General admission tickets cost $60 on Saturday and $40 on Sunday. All attendees must provide proof of vaccination or a negative covid test taken within 72 hours of admission, But masks are not required. We are going to have showers and thunderstorms with torrential downpours expected throughout the day and into tomorrow morning, especially in some of our southern suburbs and many areas have already received between one and four inches of rain. The last couple of days, an additional rain could lead to run off and flash flooding. As such a flash flood watch in the Chicago area has been extended for all counties. Except for those along the Wisconsin border. We'll see a high right around 80 degrees today and tonight it will be cloudy and humid. Few more showers, especially in the early evening and flooding again will remain a concern. Expect a little right around 72 memory lane. This is WBZ news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Kauffman Foundation,.

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"kauffman foundation" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"kauffman foundation" Discussed on KCRW

"It all out on their own. It is still always infrastructure Week. Thanks so much, Elsie. Thanks for having me NPR congressional correspondent Kelsey Snow. This is NPR news. And this is KCRW support comes from Earth Justice, a non profit environmental law organization fighting for justice for all people and the planet Earth justice because the Earth needs a good lawyer. You're listening to morning edition on KCRW. My name is Matt Dillon with you on this Friday. Thanks So much for spending part of your early day with us coming up with some business news. We have We have the marketplace. Morning report Headlines from the East and what's going on on Wall Street? And then when we get into the next hour at the six o'clock hour of the program, we're taking a look at inflation. We're going to be hearing from a former vice chair of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors. Be speaking about the latest economic data on inflation in the US and what the outlook is more broadly for the economy that conversation up next hour. Some of KCRW's best work is on greater L. A so school may return in person learning in the next few months. How are you feeling about that? And the cause? I feel like dirt? Kind of boring, in my opinion, so it probably might be better to go to school. So then, like classes won't be boring because I think he'd be cool to see my teacher in person, and we're just going to be there for three hours, So it's gonna be fine. I used to dread school and all the work that came, was it But now I've realized it's not the work the matters most about school. It's spending time with other people and being interactive. Greater L a Monday through Thursday at one and 6 30 right here on KCRW. Looking for another way to support KCRW look no further than your car boat, Motorcycle or RV. Don't junket donated to support the news, music and culture you love go to kcrw dot com slash cars Taking a look right now at your drive this morning, we've got reports of erect for the car down. This isn't the Fontana area wreck with a car over the right shoulder. Uh, this is connected to the 15 south in the I e Looks like a little bit of back up is forming due to this incident also still seeing activity in Chino due to an earlier Sigalert that has multiple lanes. Shut down. This is on the 60 east at Mountain Avenue. Right now, 60 degrees in downtown La 55 at the moment in Santa Barbara. Support for NPR comes from the Kauffman Foundation, working together with communities to break down barriers and prepare all people for success in their jobs and careers as employees.

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"kauffman foundation" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"kauffman foundation" Discussed on KPCC

"I'm Nick Roman with the stories we're covering at 704. The Atmospheric River. That's flowing are Ray, while away from the central coast should arrive this evening of the two inches of rain in the L. A basin in Orange County, four inches in the mountains in the foothills. And if it comes down fast on the burn scars left by September's Bobcat fire in the San Gabriel Mountains, KPCC science reporter Jacob Margolis says. Watch out. There are certain things that we should watch for, including. Is the rain coming down at a rate of at least half an inch or an inch per hour. That's the rough threshold that we look for when anticipating Bigger flows on problems that come with them. This storm looks like it'll hit that threshold in some places that said there a lot of factors that influence these issues like what kind of vegetation type is on the mountain. How steep. The mountain is. The placement of drainage is that channel the water and debris. There's a lot of opportunities for physics to mess with us. Kpcc Science reporter Jacob Margolis. Flood Advisory for most of Ventura County through 10 30 Tonight Flash Flood Watch for L. A County Mountains in the San Gabriel Valley through four tomorrow morning Flash Flood Watch for the Orange County and inland Empire foothills. Now, through four tomorrow afternoon, Riverside County has issued a mandatory evacuation order. Neighborhoods in the foothills north of Banning and Beaumont and below the 33,000 Acre apple Fire. Burns own risk of rivers of mud and rocks that could intimidate homes if the rain is intense, and the Orange County Sheriff's Department has issued voluntary evacuation orders for Silverado Canyon, Williams Canyon and Majestic a. Kanye, seven of six Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Kauffman Foundation, working together with communities to break down barriers and prepare all people for success in their jobs and careers as employees or entrepreneurs. More online at Kauffman Data work. Hi. This is Larry Mantle. Next time on air talk. Many millennial Americans have taken prenuptial agreements, toe a whole new level. Even pet custody and care could.

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"kauffman foundation" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"kauffman foundation" Discussed on KCRW

"Is 95% effective. Coming up. You'll hear what that might mean, especially at a time when the number of coronavirus cases is going through the roof. Then later today at 1 30 on KCRW. This week on the business in 2018 Nathan Grossman started filming a young, completely unknown climate activist who ended up leading a global movement. Grossman was there when gratitude, Berg started protesting climate change. Sitting on the sidewalk outside the Swedish Parliament. He's documented her rise to international icon in his new film. I am Greta. We followed him because she met with world leaders like the French president, Emmanuel Macron, and he tagged along went to Bergman, a harrowing journey from Sweden to New York in a very small boat for anyone watches the filament. I remember Someone showed it to a very important financier and Hollywood on the only comment that came was like I'm getting nor ships of the of the kind of I'm getting seasick as by watching this. Nathan Grossman, director of I Am Greta today at 1 30 on the business. Gonna be mostly sunny today. Highs near 80 the beach mid eighties to about 90 in the valleys right now in downtown Los Angeles at 63 degrees 58 in Van Nuys, 37 Lancaster. And 63 in Santa Barbara. So poor train PR comes from NPR stations and from the Kauffman Foundation, working together with communities to break down barriers and prepare all people for success in their jobs.

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"kauffman foundation" Discussed on What's Nexxt!!!

What's Nexxt!!!

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"kauffman foundation" Discussed on What's Nexxt!!!

"So I know a lot of the couple people liking high school so she usually. Best friend. Chat out. So out, I'm GonNa go first because Sarah Nawaz normally takes off. So I wonder how I want to sit on my wife. Just for being a wife and doing her thing, you know what I mean so. abuel. Rashid I want to stop him out. He's actually doing some internships. There's organizations or look up a duo rashy on his on his facebook page. Check out what he's doing Eugene James There's a long. He just posted a or yesterday maybe a lawn care example through all by hotel side lady that was doing short story. that. was term her her hedges or something like that outside the whole tale who she was looks like somehow he has he has a lawn care business. He decided the guy on his heart to to just stop and try to help her out because it was hot outside these are struggling. So he got out and start helping her and he no this was the regional director of. E Comfort Suites, sweets that were that he actually helped out. So they actually gave them a contract multiple hotels based for him, getting out his car and doing some free works her just kind of. The is shot in your mouth and that story than. Because it is legit when you just have to put yourself out there. And when you do sometimes. Tenfold so that happened joy kikes they had a great barbershop conversation, the other night. So check them out square one business services jets for being what you are. You guys go squad is dog mortgage note Chris Evans t King Kings, baseball they want another argument. Yea. I was here down her watch baseball was. They do get away but it was around and they wind Kauffman Foundation for doing what they do Chess Inc for doing what they do in our relationship and our party data, and then also shot out to the porterhouse. Casey. Curricula. Class are Kober that early session they rock and roll so that's my shoutouts. You Donald stood almost whistle mine. Good. I still got good. I'm a I'm a go ahead and go here. I like to give a shout out to my wife Lauren Thompson with This place was pretty dealt. Chris Good Hurston fails. TJ Bam key. He did a song that was on our intro cabinet. we'll see Canada easy been with eight one, six day that's coming up. Tyrone Gathers Deanna. the libraries, riders, teachers. I like to shout out to earl. Watson Accuser. And that's my shouts for this week. Though I'm Marla with doing some big things gentlemen Still Second. Round Saint Louis Represent Who who, who's ex Morgan and you're GONNA go next. I mean you're next right here. So I mean you might as well. I found A. Ahead majority. So it's called PC boss Babes and usually when. Brings me a business group got like a Bright Pink? Kissy. Face on it or a high heel in the.

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"kauffman foundation" Discussed on What's Nexxt!!!

What's Nexxt!!!

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"kauffman foundation" Discussed on What's Nexxt!!!

"So I know a lot of the couple people liking high school so she usually. Best friend. Chat out. So out, I'm GonNa go first because Sarah Nawaz normally takes off. So I wonder how I want to sit on my wife. Just for being a wife and doing her thing, you know what I mean so. abuel. Rashid I want to stop him out. He's actually doing some internships. There's organizations or look up a duo rashy on his on his facebook page. Check out what he's doing Eugene James There's a long. He just posted a or yesterday maybe a lawn care example through all by hotel side lady that was doing short story. that. was term her her hedges or something like that outside the whole tale who she was looks like somehow he has he has a lawn care business. He decided the guy on his heart to to just stop and try to help her out because it was hot outside these are struggling. So he got out and start helping her and he no this was the regional director of. E Comfort Suites, sweets that were that he actually helped out. So they actually gave them a contract multiple hotels based for him, getting out his car and doing some free works her just kind of. The is shot in your mouth and that story than. Because it is legit when you just have to put yourself out there. And when you do sometimes. Tenfold so that happened joy kikes they had a great barbershop conversation, the other night. So check them out square one business services jets for being what you are. You guys go squad is dog mortgage note Chris Evans t King Kings, baseball they want another argument. Yea. I was here down her watch baseball was. They do get away but it was around and they wind Kauffman Foundation for doing what they do Chess Inc for doing what they do in our relationship and our party data, and then also shot out to the porterhouse. Casey. Curricula. Class are Kober that early session they rock and roll so that's my shoutouts. You Donald stood almost whistle mine. Good. I still got good. I'm a I'm a go ahead and go here. I like to give a shout out to my wife Lauren Thompson with This place was pretty dealt. Chris Good Hurston fails. TJ Bam key. He did a song that was on our intro cabinet. we'll see Canada easy been with eight one, six day that's coming up. Tyrone Gathers Deanna. the libraries, riders, teachers. I like to shout out to earl. Watson Accuser. And that's my shouts for this week. Though I'm Marla with doing some big things gentlemen Still Second. Round Saint Louis Represent Who who, who's ex Morgan and you're GONNA go next. I mean you're next right here. So I mean you might as well. I found A. Ahead majority. So it's called PC boss Babes and usually when. Brings me a business group got like a Bright Pink? Kissy. Face on it or a high heel in the.

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"kauffman foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"kauffman foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And you could hear by Saturday and Sunday music shows every week at new standards dot org you're listening to morning edition on W. NYC in New York it's twenty minutes past five o'clock good morning and carry Nolan up next the Supreme Court will again consider the matter of separation of church and state this time in regard to a religious school in Montana and later on morning edition people in Seattle will soon have the option to vote on a mobile app despite repeated warnings from computer experts there is a growing consensus in the cybersecurity community that mobile voting on a smartphone is a really stupid idea that story coming up in about fifteen minutes stay with us you can hear full coverage of today's impeachment trial starting this afternoon at one o'clock on W. NYC you can also watch a live video stream and W. NYC dot org it's twenty seven degrees skies are clear over New York City will have sunshine all day a little warmer than yesterday with highs in the upper thirties clear tonight lows in the upper twenties and a little warmer again tomorrow mostly sunny with highs in the mid forties once again twenty seven degrees clear starry skies over New York City support for NPR comes from W. NYC members and from the Kauffman foundation working together with communities in education and entrepreneurship.

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"kauffman foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"kauffman foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"There's also. one. we have a remembrance coming up in just about fifteen. clouds today highs near sixty six degrees tonight mostly cloudy with a low around sixty one and tomorrow Tuesday more clouds with a high near seventy four degrees sixty two degrees fair skies right now New York. support for NPR comes from member stations and from the Carnegie corporation of New York supporting innovations in education democratic engagement and the advancement of international peace and security more information is available online at Carnegie daughter work progressive insurance offering snapshot a device that it just insurance rates based on safe driving habits now that's progressive learn more at progressive dot com or one eight hundred progressive and the Kauffman foundation working together with communities in education and entrepreneurship to create uncommon solutions and empower people to shape their lives and be more successful more online at Kaufman dot org. it's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king and I'm Steve Inskeep here's a story for you a Jewish girl begins a diary just as World War two was about to start in Europe she records the details of daily life but more and more the war takes over the story and eventually the diary comes to a heart breaking an this is not in Frank's diary.

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"kauffman foundation" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"kauffman foundation" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Live at the Bloomberg news does is brought to you by first mark credit union governing at. hi Megan oil is on track rich biggest weekly increase since January traders want to see of Saudi Arabia can fulfill promises to fix a critical processing facility that was attacked last weekend struggling is seen a retail group is considering the sale of two more of its chains including Catherine's or possibly lane Bryant scene is already in the process of closing its dress barn retail stores wondering what to do after retirement well how about starting a business the fifty five to sixty four year old age group accounted for twenty six percent of the one to printers and twenty seventeen according to the Ewing Marion Kauffman foundation right now the Dow futures are up forty West Texas intermediate up one percent at fifty eight dollars and seventy two cents a barrel live with a Bloomberg business report I made Korea newsradio twelve hundred W. O. a I thank you ed breaking news on the hour at the half anytime at W. away I dot com is brought to you by primo plumbing time now for a look at traffic and weather together from the W. away I traffic center ready they're still looking pretty good at the moment no accidents to report just yet if you're traveling on how we win fifty one west spend between betray go in hot lane reversing a couple minutes of delay and if you break taps if you're traveling on thirty five business road east bound between spur St in grape Avenue I mean is Garcia Phanes or you're told hundred W. away I. theater has your classic rock fix this fall with the legendary oreo Speedwagon on September twenty fourth and don't miss a night with Janis Joplin on September twenty fifth Tony nominated Mary Bridget Davies.

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"kauffman foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"kauffman foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From the Kauffman foundation working together with communities in education and entrepreneurship to create uncommon solutions and empower people to shape their lives and be more successful more online at Kaufman dot org then from Americans for the arts it's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep that phrase about one small step for man is about to be out of date the trump administration is promised to put the first woman on the moon by twenty twenty four the new plans for space come amid celebrations of the anniversary of the first moon landing fifty years ago that feat grew out of the U. S. space race with the Soviet Union the changed much of American life here's president Dwight Eisenhower talking about Sputnik one the satellite first launched by the Soviet Union in October nineteen fifty seven we congratulate OB obrien on putting a spotlight into orbit United big battle right program has been the dying from it in fact for maximum results in plant typically start now the U. S. is turning its eyes upward again in space is our topic as we ask Cokie Cokie Roberts joins us regulated talk about our politics in the government work I Cokie hi Steve and here's our first question I'm Bridget how can of two more in Iowa is anyone actually still interested in going to space or what space exploration offers us it seems the hype was huge when the program started years ago but appears it's become a joke with space force actually recent polling stations a good bit of interest in the program a CBS survey conducted in June char fully three quarters saying the moon shot was worth it in terms of time and money at about the same number said they favored sending astronauts to explore Mars and close to that number favor sending national it's back to the moon although almost as many said they personally would not like to go okay not for everybody now in terms of a space force that's a whole new branch of the military proposed by president trump a pew survey in may and June does show significant opposition to that about sixty percent but people still strongly supported US leadership in space although clearly is not what it was back at the beginning of the program when the whole country sat up and took notice how to the country take notice we now after World War two the Soviets once was repeating this and suddenly we heard that they've sent these beach ball sized objects way more than a hundred and eighty pounds store over the years am I remember well it was a huge shock Senate Majority Leader Lyndon Baines Johnson called extensive hearings then the US tried and failed to send up our own satellite so we rushed to set up massive to formally launch a space program in nineteen fifty eight then the Soviet shocked us again by sending a man into space in nineteen sixty one which led to president Kennedy's famous call from putting a man on the moon by the end of the decade one of the question comes from Vance controller who wants to know if there is political support for space exploration today is there any congressional appetite to actually allocate funding for the next moon shot whatever it might be a trip to Mars or a different project if you go by the budget numbers there absolutely is congressional support analysis been getting what it asked for and Maureen recent budgets and it's aggressively promoting the moon shot and a human on Mars the language Steve is so similar to what I heard in the nineteen fifties the program will provide for American leadership in space expand the US global impact but also that it will create a whole new generation of science technology engineering and math stem learners and really that's part of the original space program they might have had the most long lasting effect okay thanks as always good to talk to Steve counter Cokie Roberts and you can ask your questions about our politics in the government work by tweeting us with the hashtag asked this is NPR news more morning edition just ahead now the fingers crossed for hopefully a smooth Friday morning commute once again let's say good morning to Ted Anthony right down to San Jose stole some activity this hit and run accident as mentioned south down one oh one before the Santa mas expressway the vehicle that is out there went off the roadway from the shoulder just in need of a tow truck first reports of an accident out index and westbound eighty of milk farm road no other details but teach we headed out towards the area we do have delays of the bay bridge toll plaza backed up westbound eighty two the a Grand Avenue over crossing the metering lights are often once you're past that traffic is light on the way into the city I'm Ted Anthony or KQED and more traffic from Ted in ten minutes.

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"kauffman foundation" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"kauffman foundation" Discussed on KCRW

"Way back to Glen oaks unusually bad you might want to try the southbound Hollywood meanwhile in Glendale is about one thirty four Pacific a wreck at the right side thing gonna be sunny but cooler today highs in the low to mid seventies along the coast low eighties downtown mid eighties to low nineties in the valleys should be even cooler support for NPR comes from NPR stations and from the Kauffman foundation working together with communities in education and entrepreneurship decree uncommon solutions and empower people to shape their lives and be more successful more online at Kaufman down to work and from the Doris Duke charitable foundation which provides unrestricted support to individual artists in jazz dance and theater through the Doris Duke artist awards it's a forty five on case yard it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm no well king federal prosecutors announced yesterday that they will not charge the New York City police officer who is accused of killing Eric garner an unarmed black man during a misdemeanor arrest that incident happened five years ago today garner's death and the fact that that officer still remains on the force has added fuel to a movement against police misconduct W. N. Y. C.'s Yasmin Khan has the story after prosecutors announced their decision Eric garner's mother when Kerr reacted with anger this is not going down like this because it was one of them wants it with the devil went this fall Kerr became an activist because her son died brother activist it's about human dignity survival here's an apology is old who's nineteen.

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"kauffman foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"kauffman foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The Kauffman foundation working together with communities in education and entrepreneurship to create uncommon solutions and empower people to shape their lives and be more successful more online at Kaufman daughter work it's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king and I'm Steve Inskeep of five years after Eric garner died after a choke hold while in police custody federal prosecutors have made a decision they will not charge in New York City police officer involved in his death prosecutors cited insufficient evidence against Daniel Pantaleo garters dying words I can't breathe which he said again and again became a national rallying cry in a flash point in the black lives matter movement those unhappy with the lack of federal prosecution include Josie Duffy rice president of the appeal a news site that focuses on criminal justice she's also co host of the podcast justice in America good morning to you good morning thanks for having me what led the justice department to look into garner's case you know it was that of a long process of five years over four different and attorney generals have been looking into this case and at the DOJ and that came in in and in kind of after that Staten Island district attorney decided not to charge Daniel Pantaleo in this case almost five years ago in December of two thousand fourteen so I'm kind of in light of the moment of police brutality and being found a scene case after case of of men and women being killed by the police especially unarmed black and brown men and women and the department of justice decided that they were going to bring an investigation okay but not now let's look at this decisions we now have two different prosecutors we have a local prosecutor we have federal prosecutors have looked into this and both said insufficient evidence I realize there's a video people have seen it people heard garner's words people feel they know a lot about this but twice now prosecutors have looked into this and just found there's not enough to charge the officer who says he thought he was doing his duty as he sought at the time is there any justification for that point of view well first I'd say that while to prosecutors both it Staten Island and the and the US attorney in Brooklyn have decided not to bring and charges we also saw that the office of civil rights at DOJ did think that this is a case that deserved on charges to be brought so there is some back and forth on on how prosecutors more broadly are looking at this case but it's very difficult right to charge police officers and Anne's cases because functionally they have to prove that they used they willfully used excessive force and that's a very very high standard to have to prove I'm sure because you have to know somebody's intent but was in their mind at the time right and as long as an officer can make a case that he quote unquote feared for his life he has a very very high chance of getting off we see it time after time and in cases across the country where prosecutors are very very hesitant to even bring charges against someone like officer Pantaleo could the Attorney General though have made a different decision within the law even giving they get given what the law says about police officers absolutely he could have brought charges right that's not and that doesn't mean a conviction he could have made a case that there is an argument that the officer acted out of hand that he violated the civil rights of Eric garner and caused his death and and and he could have brought charges in fact and that if they office of civil rights I DOJ recommended that that what we see is that the Attorney General Barr has has decided that he doesn't think that that's that that he can win this case or he doesn't think it's a case for spring okay ms rice thanks so much thank you Josie Duffy rice is an attorney and journalist who advocates for criminal justice reform the US space and rocket center in Huntsville Alabama celebrated the anniversary of the Apollo eleven launched yesterday by trying to set a New World record pretend hill from W. L. R. each has the story.

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"kauffman foundation" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"kauffman foundation" Discussed on KCRW

"North want to wanted Silverlake Boulevard got a break in the right lane there Sigler continues in east LA south five a Grande this to the right lane still blocked sunny today highs near seventy along the coast seventies to mid eighties in the valley support for NPR comes from NPR stations and from tire rack family owned and operated for forty years since nineteen seventy nine tire rack has been committed to helping people find the right tires for their vehicles more at tire rack dot com from the Kauffman foundation working together with communities in education and entrepreneurship to create uncommon solutions and empower people to shape their lives and be more successful more online at Kaufman that'll work and from the Annie E. Casey foundation developing solutions to ensure that families and communities have opportunities to create a brighter future for America's youth more information is available at eighty C. F. Donald it's seven twenty two this is morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep good morning how much power should the federal government have to sift through your personal information that is one question raised by recently released government documents the papers were obtained by the Georgetown law center on privacy in technology they reveal that immigration and customs enforcement ice as well as the FBI used facial recognition software on databases of driver's licenses from at least three states federal agents were looking for people who were in the U. S. illegally some states allow people without authorization to be here to obtain those licenses before this specific revelation our next guest was raising.

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"kauffman foundation" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"kauffman foundation" Discussed on KCRW

"To operate the missile defense system will acquire secret information from the jets aired on says the belated US offer still isn't as good as the Russian deal. Peter Kenyon, NPR news is STAN Bill, and you're listening to NPR news. Taiwan's president is using the thirtieth anniversary of the brutal crackdown on pro democracy protests in Beijing's Tiananmen Square to criticize China and Facebook post today time, wind said China has no intention of reflecting on what happened and plans to continue to cover up the truth. China has never released a full death toll but estimates range from several hundred to several thousand as part of President Trump's state visit to the UK. He'll take part in Britain's d day ceremony tomorrow in Portsmouth. That's where the invasion of Normandy was launched Trump will then travel to France. For more commemorations reporter Jake's again, rose in France. He met with a group of young history. Buffs from Denmark, today, who say they've come to honor the sacrifice of American troops, seventy five years ago. The group of twentysomethings dressed in US, GI, uniforms, from World War, Two were smoking in the street and Baio. But they were not Americans away from Denmark, and like every night, getting will living history group, portraying us servicemen a serviceman bus during the second, we'll well in Europe Magnus hill said they were wowed by the heroism of Americans because the Nazis conquered Denmark, very quickly, it gets rid of just about honoring the men that helped liberating Europe from the Nazis, especially because we were occupied by the Germans in nineteen forty and yeah. Grateful will make in Europe. The way it is today. They said they hoped to meet some of the US veterans. They admire so much for NPR news. I'm Jake's again, or in by you, France and I'm Joel Snyder. This is NPR news from Washington. Support for NPR comes from the Kauffman foundation, working together with communities in education and entrepreneurship to create uncommon solutions, and empower people to shape their lives and be more successful. More online at Kaufman dot org..

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"kauffman foundation" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"kauffman foundation" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Couple years ago looked at thirty two hundred startups and found that seventy four percent of them failed not because of competition or business plans, but because they scaled up too quickly. And then another study done by the coffin foundation looked at that is his Inc magazine like the top five the Inc five thousand thousand you know, it's going to be on the five thousand exactly so the Kauffman foundation looked at the companies on that list. Five two. Eight years later found that two-thirds of them have actually gone out of business or undergone massive layoffs are sold below market value kind of confirming that I study the start of genome project in so much as they were finding that these companies weren't able to become self sustaining because they were growing in spending based on projected levels. So they were growing in hopes that they would be profitable. And it's like that's such a huge risk, man. Like, that's I don't I feel like people on the outside thing that entrepreneurs I like the risky people. Like, we're all kind of like the top gun pilots not to date myself. Yeah. But I just think that like of myself, and like all the entrepreneurs, I know like we're very risk averse like I don't wanna take huge risk like that. Like, I would rather spend based on actual profit instead of projected income and is looking at those two studies specifically, I was like then like we need to kind of figure this that we need to have more intelligent conversations as opposed to just posting like these trite messages on Instagram across mountain somebody's sitting on top of a mountain. Wisdom like tired business advice about growth. Yes. So what's what's driving? The the people who are doing the opposite of a copy of one principles. What one what's the what is driving their process? Yes. So I think I think part of it is is kind of just human nature in EKO. I think part of it is just that. To like, it seems better or it puts ourselves in a higher social standing if we say like if you ask me what I do. Or like what my work looks like say like my day is like I sit in a room in my house in my pajamas. And I work at a computer by myself, which doesn't sound like I think my job is tremendously. Interesting at least to me. But like the the way that it works is is that like, I don't have an office. I don't of employees. I also have almost no expenses. But like if I was at a dinner party. And I said that versus me saying like we'll have a business, and it has like a thousand people cross eighteen offices and six countries. Like that sounds like socially that sounds better. And I think that just like in in personal lives. We can kind of get caught up in this keeping up with the Joneses mentality. I think the same. I think I think we kind of keep up with the digital business Jones's as well, especially with social media in seeing like income report. Ports from people. And I don't think people published income reports unless they're making six figures a month at least have never seen farther away. Look at my incoming force. You'll see naked nowhere Near Net. Yeah. So I just think that there's there's this comparison trap that we all fall into. And I think that it comes from this this this like real human need of wanting to be loved and respected and valued which does on a bad thing. But I think that when we let that guide decisions. And that's really what the book is looking at is like why are the decisions that you're making being made an and is being made from place of like what you think other people would value you for aware, you think other people's version of success lies, or is it we you actually one is at the way that you actually want to spend your life. Like are.

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