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"khalil mohammed" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:36 min | 10 months ago

"khalil mohammed" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Eighteen ninety six. Maria graduated with honors from the university of rome medical school. She was among the first female physicians and all of italy. Maria worked as a surgical assistant in low income areas of rome. She also had a private practice focusing on psychiatry through this work to came to have this revelation she said i felt that mental deficiency presented chiefly pedagogical rather than mainly a medical problem so maria began to study education. Theory and philosophy in one thousand nine hundred. Maria became the co director of a small school. That served as a training institute for special education teachers. The school's pupils were children with developmental and learning disabilities. Maria pulled from her background in medicine and approached the work. With scientific rigor she conducted experiments and made adjustments to teaching methods based on her observations. She offered unique materials to keep kids stimulated and it worked many of the children and the program made unexpected improvements and it was deemed a great success. Maria took her findings all over europe. She gave speeches where she explained her research and used her platform to advocate for children's and women's rights in her observations. Maria found that children were highly self motivated and curious. She saw that when children were allowed to pursue their in neat curiosities. They naturally learn from their environment. Maria advocated that teachers. Follow the child which was a radical idea for the time and to phrase that would define her legacy in nineteen o seven. Maria had an opportunity to fully implement her thinking she opened a full day. Child care center and a poor inner city neighborhood in rome. The students were children aged two to three or six to seven. Who had been historically under served in the italian education system. Maria specifically designed the space to allow children to self select between pre orchestrated activities or learning. Puzzles this attentive. Learning environment was called casa dei bambini and it was the first of its kind in italy. It became the first montessori

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"khalil mohammed" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

06:10 min | 10 months ago

"khalil mohammed" Discussed on Trumpcast

"I want to tell you about another podcast. You might be interested in the white saviors. It's the story of. We charity. This global children's charity. That was partnered. Up with oprah and richard branson and prince harry well. We charity was scandalizing candidate last summer. They admitted to crimes within their charity. They were tangled up in a huge political controversy. It came out that its founders had made millions and they announced that they were closing the charity for good in canada but not in america we charity is still operating here and they are in thousands of american schools where nobody seems to know why they were forced to shut down in canada. The white saviors tells you why and a whole lot more. It's from reporters who spent five years investigating charity it features interviews with top level whistleblowers who have jaw-dropping stories about the cult light culture inside of wing and travels to kenya where we charity was supposed to help needy kids. This is the story of charity. That did very well when it was supposed to be doing. The the white savings. Subscribe wherever you get your podcast. You're listening to a word. Would jason johnson. Today we're talking about interracial friendship with khalil mohammed. So let's take a step back this white fantasy. That personal relationships are key to ending. Racism is something that white folks whole very very dear. Here's a clip of joe biden talking about the in a speech earlier this year. Did you ever think you'd turn on tv. You're much younger than i am. But you're always everything could turn on the tv and roughly two and three edge of the biracial couples. Selling a product. Never would have happened by more than once. He cited interracial couples and commercials. Assigns a progress on race. I'm gonna tell you this kaleo because this is a key thing for me. Not only did i find that offensive. Not that i write a piece about it in degree. Oh but i have actually found the spate of interracial relationships in both commercials and television to actually be kind of an act of violence and the reason why is because they're not reflective of actual demographic changes in this country and second the relationships still seem to be there sort of mock progress you know. Eighty six percent of african american men who are married in this country are married to black women ninety two percent of black women in this country who are married or marriage black men and yet and i've done my own research on this over seventy percent of interracial couples on television. It's always a white guy a black woman. How does the idea of interracial friendship change. When someone's partner selection is also interracial. Because i can imagine being friends with generic white guy can be very different if that white guy has a black girlfriend or black wife or or a white guy he may think he's progressive as heck but when his black friend comes home with a pretty white woman suddenly. He's feeling kind of bothered about it and you can't explain why. How does that affect things. No first of all the the biden clip demonstrates just how absurd it is to assume that genuine loved in a relationship between a black person a white person or even you know to people who happen to be non white. as asian latino et cetera is sufficient. I mean our show is meant to pierce the bail of ignorance. About how simply having interracial relationship whether it's an intimate one or friendship is enough and while you're right having a best friend who also ended up marrying. His black high school sweetheart puts him in rarefied category relative to relationships in this country. The point is you have to make a choice. And so if interracial couples make the choice to see themselves as racial progress on its own terms. Then they're contributing to the problem. If if joe biden and barack obama see themselves as being able to work together as evidence of racial progress simply because they're black and white they're failing to address the fundamental problems the shape the fortunes of people in this country. And i like that point that you made about people thinking they've done the work what i always point out and when i pointed out in response to say you know buying statement is you know. Candace owens has a white husband. They're proud boys have black significant others. Just because you're sleeping with someone or you marry them doesn't mean that you are in any way in favor of those people having full equality or agency in society. Right yeah jason. Let me tell you a quick story this. This is worth hearing. Okay so when i get to graduate school in new jersey i i arrive in nineteen ninety-five. I'm warned by fellow students that the neighboring town which is called edison new jersey is a place where black people get stopped regularly. So be careful just so happens a few months later after arriving i'm driving with my date. Where heading home from a late night movie. I get pulled over by a police officer. I knew i was going to speed limit. I knew my tags were legit. I knew there was no good reason for me to be stopped. The officer pulls me over asked me to get out of the car. He points to my license plate and shows that the frame that had put on by the dealer was partially obstructing. the name of the state of the license. So in the meantime another officer pulls up questions. My date She's a passenger asks her for. Id she happened to be the daughter of a municipal judge in chicago and says she does not have to share ideas. We'll be calling her mother. He backs off. I say hey wait a minute. I was told that there were racist. Cops in edison. I don't you know. I think that's what's happening here. You know. get back in your car. I'm not a racist if you don't if you don't get back in your car you're gonna get arrested. So i had a decision to make you know so. I decided to give back in my car. But i immediately drove to the precinct to file a complaint. Do you know what the internal affairs officer said to me about. Why the cop who stopped me couldn't be a racist wise that because he had a black girlfriend.

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"khalil mohammed" Discussed on The Kicker

The Kicker

05:52 min | 11 months ago

"khalil mohammed" Discussed on The Kicker

"Joining me now is dr khalil. Mohammed historian and professor at the harvard kennedy school of government as well as the author of the condemnation of blackness race crime and the making of urban america welcome khalil. Hey gilani's great to be here so. I think that there's a lot that we can talk about with this subject. And because it's such a sprawling subject. I think is probably best to start with one specific moment and then expand out from there to the rest of the conversation about race crime criminal justice violence and the kind of cyclical dynamic that we have seen too many times in american history. So talk to me about where you were and the context in which you. I saw the video shot by seventeen year. Old darnell frazier. That depicted the final moments of george. Floyd's life. well it's interesting that it wasn't the video that i encountered the news. It was from a cousin of mine who lives in the bryant neighborhood. Where george floyd was killed. He sent me a text very late at night and it said essentially that a black man had been lynched by the police in his neighborhood. That's what led me to see the video. And i think the most striking aspect of watching it for the first time was seeing derek chauvinst face as he stared very calmly into the faces of darnell frazier and half a dozen other people pleading for him to stop killing. George floyd and there was something about the look on his face that from me from the very first moment of seeing the video i thought to myself. He's killing him to spite them to spite them for telling him what he shouldn't do what he can't do for interfering with his police business. I have a lot more thoughts. But that's how. I felt when i saw that video. What was the conversation with your cousin like. Did you talk to him after east at the text message i did and We talked a lot that summer a year ago. Because he saw this killing through the lens of housing gentrification he saw it as a predictable response to the displacement of black people and a rapidly changing community and the increasing use of police to do that work for cleal shocking and gruesome. As the video of george. Floyd's death was it wasn't unique. Is almost a genre of these videos that you can find on the internet now involving mostly african americans. Dying at the hands of police. Can you talk to me a little bit about the context in which our criminal justice system arose and how we got to this place. Yes oh that's that's a big question. And in many ways it has animated nearly every aspect of american society. I mean that's one great ironies of it so if we look at the colonial period nearly every southern colony actually along with northern colonies past negro slave codes as some of the first legislation particularly In the mid to late seventeenth century. Just as things were being worked out in terms of. who would do what. And how power will be distributed and these codes essentially criminalised any form of black independence autonomy any effort to carve a life beyond the work of the enslaved. Whether on a plantation or a household was subject to something as simple as we're to three or more are gathered would be by law a cry no more than two or three african americans could gather in one place. That's right exactly simple. Things like bartering hand made clothing foodstuffs from the bounty of the harvest that they had works that were they were entitled to based on what they had agreed upon with the landowners would be subject to criminalization.

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"khalil mohammed" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

The Mark Levin Show

07:22 min | 11 months ago

"khalil mohammed" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

"Sunday night fox program is brand new. I hope you'll check it out eight. Pm eastern time. It's a very important program if he can't watch it live. I hope you'll dvr the program too. Tough time eight pm eastern time. But we love the fact that you're there. It's the highest rated sunday. Primetime night show on cable. The cable news. So thank you thank you thank you and keep it up so we can keep doing it. I've got a lot to cover in the next twenty minutes or so peter. Schweitzer is going to be here. We're gonna talk about one hundred biden in this latest and how that relates to joe biden because not enough to point out hunter biden who's aac grotesque human Nevermind i want to talk about american express in the context of american marxism of what we can do about this american express. The daily mail is terrific. Another way american express invited great grandson of nation of islam founder to give capitalism is racist. Talk i've told you. Before this whole louis farrakhan stuff is critical race. Theory louis farrakhan style but dressed up his scholarship and the american express staff were forced to undergo critical race training to identify their privileges. Internal documents show. How the banking giant's telling its workforce that the capitalist system the pay their salaries was founded on racist logics khalil mohammed the great grandson of the nation of islam founder. Elijah muhammad spoke at a company event. He told amex workers that capitalism was based on racist logics and forms of nation and said amax and it. Staffers are complicit or the documents reveal. Amex created an anti-racism initiative for its workforce on systemic racism white privilege and mike o. Microaggressions annex revenue grew six point five percent in the last fiscal year to a whopping thirty one point thirty six billion dollars in fact their ceo took home a total salary. Package of twenty four point. Two million dollars in twenty twenty pretty shocking. Isn't it Other documents for bye-bye whistleblowers also show amex created an anti-racism initiative and so forth and so on the event with muhammad call conversation about race in america reflecting on our history and the american dream took place in september. The a web stream it muhammed described capitalism is racial capitalism and said amax staffers complicit and giving privilege to some races over others he said american express has to do its own digging about how it sits in relationship to this history of racial capitalism. Anybody have in american express card. Anybody have a 401k or an ira or invested in a series or collection of mutual funds. And that would include american express. Why don't hundreds of you if not thousands of you show up at their next public shareholder meeting. Why don't you shut the next shareholder meeting or if you wish. Cut up your american express card if that's what you'd like to do because they're making money off you and now they're trashing you. I have an american express card. I use it a lot. I've gotta look into an alternative now. And i will look into an alternative now and this is how you do it. This is the bcs movement. As i write chapter. Seven of american marxism we are going to use the marxist tactics against the marxist. This is what the great grandson or grandson of elijah muhammad wants to do. Well this is. What mark levin. And you should want to do. And if that's the way american express views millions and millions of its customers you pushing a marxist racist hate-filled agenda within boycott them divest from them. That's what you do. Sanction them shop at their shareholder meetings. This is a perfect example. Perfect example of what should be done. And we'll keep an eye on this. And there's another one this ben and jerry's ben and jerry's should be out of business new jersey mayor blast again the daily mail not the new york times not the washington post new jersey mayor blast ben and jerry's virtue signaling pro palestinian stance. Ns how come you still sell a china. Saudi arabia syria. If you care about human rights the company released a statement in july nineteen. That's selling ice cream occupied palestinian territory. It's called you dan samaria. You might want to check the bible. You was inconsistent with our values. The ice cream maker is owned by british consumer goods conglomerate unilever which has its us headquarters in englewood cliffs. New jersey mayor mario kranjec. This is a good man. That town's mayor sent a letter about the ice cream makers decision on monday to unilever. He called ben and jerry's decision virtuous signaling and question still sells ice cream to other countries with appalling human rights records. A spokesperson for the mayor described the letter to the daily mail. Dot com is threatening legal recourse against unilever. And that's spelled u. n. i l. e. v. e. r. town officials will be introducing a resolution regarding the company on wednesday evening. You should go to your town officials. Folks you should go to your your county boards supervisors and other and tell them to do the same thing that you and they want to boycott ben and jerry's and even better unilever to the extent you're able to and when unilever has a board meeting in america shareholder meeting. We should shop at that too. So congrats to mayor. Mario kranjec because ben and jerry's is now an anti-semitic operation antisemitic. How do you explain it. Selling china which is killing leaguers among others saudi arabia we know about them islamic nazi regime in iran syria which killed half a million of its own people gazed many of them ben and jerry's and unilever have no problem doing business in those countries. Ladies and gentlemen. But it's israel israel the jews two more jackasses that. Come out of vermont ben and jerry. Their ice cream sucks it sucks. There's a lot of good ice cream out there particularly the lactose free type. Oh they're.

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"khalil mohammed" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

07:00 min | 11 months ago

"khalil mohammed" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

"You know what he's doing. Excuse of your you know one of those ladders which got every day but it's fine now getting excuse. I'm reporting the truth. The man's brain isn't linked to his mouth. Even when he's reading words off a page now he wasn't reading the jennifer thing that was an ad-lib but he didn't hear it. So anybody could miss identify a person i could do but then you hear you. I'm sorry gretchen. I called you. Jennifer is thinking about jennifer granville. Whatever maybe maybe you see what i'm talking about. Okay now. here's a story that kind of disturbs me. american express. I do business with them. A lot of business for them. And i didn't know they were woke. I didn't know i didn't know that the. Ceo stephen squaring is a far left guy. I had no idea about that. They're pretty good. As far as efficiencies concern and we do a lot of business american express k. I'm any problems with him. So then yesterday. I hear and of course. I checked everything out that there is an anti racism and if initiative being forced on sixty four thousand american express employees. Sixty four thousand. They have to sit through critical race theory seminars. Let me give you an example. So a recent one featured a guy named khalil mohammed. He's the great grandson of nation of islam founder. elijah mohammed. Pretty bad guy. Lied your mom. Print eddie. Bad guy asks malcolm x. Okay so his grandson. And you shouldn't demonize grandson. Because grandfather was bad guy teaches the kennedy school at harvard my alma mater and he is demanding this khalil mohammed that american express have reduced costs for black customers so therefore got american express court and you will black your industry below than whites. That's racist flat out. But this was a guest. That the ceo against stephen square -i brought end speak to people now. In the seminars the critical resource seminars. The american express employees are told that they have to rank themselves on privilege. So much privileged. Do they have. Because they're map. Out with residue andy seminars. You have to map out your race sexual orientation body type religion disability status age gender identity and citizenship and put it down on an official company. Worksheet gonna write it down to determine if you have any privilege. I wouldn't do it. I would equate a never in a million years do that but some people need the money. They can't quit with the americans president. Manning's this happened. Okay and then. Employees are asked to change their office behavior based on their privileged status now this dowry frightening. This is what happens in a communist country. The private companies are saying to their employees. You better do this or you're out. So if i said if i were working and i was at american express executive and i said i'm not gonna do it. I think this is racist. And i'm not put down any of this information gone now i can sue and i hope if that happens to an american era american express employees. They do so. I can bring a complaint to the civil rights division. I can do that. And i hope they do. But this is so appalling and so shocking. That i'm sitting here going now. We i asked my staff to find out if any other corporation in the united states is doing this to the extent american express couldn't find any now we know there's woken zone and seminars diversity critical raise. Do you know what's floating but not to this extent so it very very disturbing and if we were living in a fair country i don't know where american express headquarters think. It's new york and forget new york. They'll never do it. But if i were the governor of the state where the company was based i would have my people over over it and federal gummy too because people's rights are being violated who worked for american express. Yes company can do what it wants but they can't punish you because your of your skin color or gender identity lama man no no no got to take a pay cut that so we're going to follow this story with american express. Any of you guys watching tonight. Who are employees billet bill. O'reilly dot com. I'll keep it quiet is going on all right. I'm going to use your name or anything like that okay. So all of this critical race theory and racial divisions driven by hate. That's what drives this. There is a hate industry in this country. Many involved in industry despise america and anybody who sticks up from her so yesterday's and black lives matter. Demonstrators went to manhattan to demonstrate out side of fox and they carried on on. We have the video and they did this and they did that. And they chanted and held up pictures and get all kinds of terrible things. Now this happened to me but it wasn't in black lives. Matter was color. Change and racism. Enemy fired all on it to me. When i was working hours so i sound investigators. People were paid. They said they were paid to be there now. I can prove.

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"khalil mohammed" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

04:44 min | 11 months ago

"khalil mohammed" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Increasingly that's considered bad. You want to find some protection from the mob. You want to be protected from the walks and in being protected from the walks one way you be protected from the woke. Is you embrace the walks. You embrace woeckel haram because you understand how this works at the end of the day. If you're giving money to the walks they're not going to come for you. I they may come free lass. But they're not gonna come for you i. It is the wilco haram the terrorist organization that forces woke them on american corporations or destroys the lives of the ceos. They back off of the. Ceo's you bow in their direction so you've had a number of them do this You've had A supermarket chains do it. You've had defense contractors do it. And now they're getting into american express the latest of the companies to file for it Christopher rufo who's been on the show today has the goods with american express. He writes that. American express may two point three billion dollar profit last quarter. They invited the great grandson of the nation of islam's founder to tell their employees that capitalism is evil. It was part of the credit card giants critical race theory training program which asks workers to deconstruct their racial and sexual identities then rank themselves on heirarchy of privilege. According to a trove of documents rufo reviewed american express executives created an internal race anti-racism initiative. After george floyd's death last year subjecting employees to a training program based on the core crt tenants including intersection -ality which reduces individuals to a tangle of racial gender and sexual identities that determine whether they are oppressor or oppressed in a foundational session the outside concerting consulting firm paradyne trained amex employees to deconstruct their own. Sexual identities mapping their race sexual orientation body type religion disability status age gender identity and citizenship onto an official company. Worksheet employs could then determine whether they have privilege or are members of the marginalized group white males. End up in the oppressor position while racial and sexual minorities considered oppressed in related sessions in trainers instructed employees. How to change their behavior in the office based on their relative position on the heirarchy. The trainers provide a blue flow chart specific rules for interacting with black female and lgbt employees. If members of a subordinate group are present. Workers should practice intersectional ally ship and defer to them before speaking in another hand out the instructions for white employees or even more explicit quote identify the privileges or advantages. You have dolts speak over members of the black and african american community. Wait what what's the difference between the black and the african american community see. This is a little walk. they're having to do to get towards. Reparations is not all black people are descended from slaves and so we must now divide them up between black people and african american people and also on this flow chart. It's not about your intent. It's about the impact you have on your colleagues even common phrases or subjected to race base regulation white employees are told not to utter phrases. Such as i don't see color. We are all human beings and everyone can succeed in this society. They work hard enough. All categories are called micro aggressions at one high profile anti-racism event amex executives invited khalil mohammed. The great grandson of elijah muhammad the founder of nation of islam to lecture on race in corporate america. He argued that the system of capitalism was founded on racism and that racist logics and forms of domination have shaped western society from the industrial revolution to the present american express has to do his own digging about how it sits in relation to the history of racial capitalism. Mohammad said you're complicit in giving privileges in one community against another under the pretext that we live in meritocracy. Now.

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"khalil mohammed" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"khalil mohammed" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Willingness to take some risks Investment commitment, Maybe even Stand in long lines in order, protect democracy of the country. Does debate still matter? I mean, we are in a moment where people engage in Discourse in lots of different ways. Some of it Not very satisfying some of it not very elevated, but you're kind of it. Just I'm just interested in whether each what each of you thinks about sort of the value of this kind of experience. In the current moment. I mean, every you know we've got, you know Twitter. And then there's You know, you know, there's that I'm just as sort of a classic form. You're returning to something that we don't see very much of these days. I'm just interested in whether you What you hope people will get out of that. And Professor Mohammed. One of the most powerful things that I can pass on to a 25 year old who might be prepared to cancel someone because of an opposing point of view is to say that in our system of government You can't cancel someone at the bar of the Supreme Court of Justice. You have to make a case. Ah, And so I think that this old, very old format of debate is is still is useful today as it's always been in order for people to hear precisely what the ideas are at stake. What about you, David? From what do you hope people will get from this experience of watching this? What? I although I was a college debater, and I've been engaged in. I can't think how many debates over my life. I'm not a big believer in the debate concept. Because what debate tends to do is to make make ideas a contest. Don't try to score points, so I prefer to use terms like dialogue and encounter and I do that, not as euphemism because that's the spirit. I always try to bring to these discussions. I think if you don't go into a into an encounter, ready to be different when it's over. You're not going to do the audience any good, because you're not going to do yourself any good. That was Reiter David from and Professor Khalil Mohammed. You can watch their commemoration of the 1965 Baldwin Buckley debate tonight as part of the March on Washington film Festival, which is virtual this year. So you can watch.

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"khalil mohammed" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"khalil mohammed" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And James Baldwin debated race and the American Dream I I ie under someone else's with for nothing. Now the writers David from an Khalil Mohammed reprieves that debate on the next all things considered from NPR news. Today at five on W. N. Coming up on news at in the next 30 minutes to Republican senators in the U. S, of course for the nomination of any Supreme Court judge to be delayed until after November's election, will say the extraordinary story of the Syrian refugees who fled war in a wheelchair will catch up with her five years on in Germany. Plus has some of the world's biggest banks are helping criminals moved them money around. Well, that's coming up after the knees. BBC News with Debbie Russ. A leak of documents has revealed how British banks helped money laundries and Russians subject to international sanctions. The secret files show that HSBC allowed fraudsters to move millions of dollars. Despite the warning by U. S investigators. It's also been revealed that an ally of President Vladimir Putin, sanctioned by the U. S and U used Barclays in London to buy fine art. Two Republican senators have called for the U. S. Senate to hold off choosing a new Supreme Court judge until after the presidential election. In November. The Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, urged others to follow their conscience and do what was best for their country, not just their party. Sudan says a high level delegation has traveled to the United Arab Emirates to negotiate with American officials as the country tries to get removed from the U. S list of sponsors of terrorism. Washington wants Sudan first to pay compensation for terrorist attacks. Ivory COASTS main presidential election challenger has called for a civil disobedience campaign to stop President Alassane Ouattara's bid for a third term in next month's elections are economic idea. A former president Of the opposition parties were united to protect the stability of the nation. Opposition campaign isn't Belarus say more than 130 people have been arrested around the country. During the latest demonstrations against President Alexander Lukashenko in the capital, Minsk, 100,000 people protested for the sixth consecutive Sunday. Spanish police have seized six tons of hashish and arrested 30 people in raids against a smuggling gang. They've been tracking since February. They were found in district close to the British overseas territory of Gibraltar. And the 21 year old Slovenian cyclist today, Peg H. R has won a historic victory in the tool difference. He becomes the youngest champion for more than 100 years. BBC news. Welcome back to news and that's turned to the video sharing platform. TIC TAC now because President Trump has approved a deal that would see American firms takes significant stakes in the U. S arm of Thie company. It comes days after his administration said it would bar people in the U. S from downloading Tic tac through any U. S APP store from today. So how will this deal work? How Hudson is Asia technology correspondent for the Economist. So two American companies Oracle on DH WalMart are taking a minority stake in a new company called Tic Tac Global, in which TIC Tac's American operations will run. The steak is about 20% on the ideas that they will offer a kind of connection to American governance and assurance that Tic Tac's operations in America. I deny there are sort of exfiltrate ing the data of Americans into Chinese hands, and, nor is the algorithm being used to push propaganda. So in many ways, this is a sort of compromised for all parties involved. And does President Trump get what he wanted Those assurances about national security? Well initially, President Trump was pushing for a complete sail into American hands of Tic tac. That's not happening by dunces retaining 80% of thie ownership of this new company. But important to remember is that by dance has a very large American steak from its investors. And so via those investors, there is ahh it's not entirely clear yet whether it's a minority or a majority. But there's a big American stake in this so he can certainly say he has got what he wants. What about we chat, though, because that was on the list, too of bands from tonight is that Is that still going ahead? We charge is still going ahead as planned. It's not as significant to people in America in the large, there's 100, Million tic tac users in America and only a couple or a few million. We chat users, so the scale of that is not as big but we chat will run Bologna. Was there any evidence that Tic Tac was being used to harvest people's data? There wasn't any evidence that has yet come to light. There is an assumption based on the law in China, the National Security Law, which essentially says the company's must do whatever the government tells them to do, And so it was a kind of, you know, plausible hypothetical that the CCP, the Chinese Communist Party could demand this data or that data from any Mainland headquartered company, but no evidence that this was happening and in fact evidence that it wasn't happening. People had been sort of inspecting the code of Tic tac and showing that you know nothing that suspicious was going back to headquarters. At that moment in time to that extend, then it was Tik, Tok. A victim of those tensions between China and the U. S. It was a victim of those tensions. But it's interesting on this. Consult a flurry of news on this story. But if you if you wind back three months in many ways, bite Johnson, Tic tac, or getting exactly what they were already offering Human. Jiang, the boss of bite, Dunce had had already said that he was open to some kind of partnership with American companies. To inspection of his code to ensuring that no data went back to China. He had said all that already, so in a way we've had a political Ferrari followed by just ending up where we were going anyway. How hot sun and spent Since I spoke to Holly, US judges blocked President Trump's.

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"khalil mohammed" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"khalil mohammed" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"I was really excited about this because I just want to talk to a professor. I WanNa talk to historian, someone who lives and breathes and understands and studies teaches it in school, and I really was just excited to be is never. Did we got to talk with Dr Khalil Muhammad? He's professor. History race in public policy at Harvard. Kennedy School is author. He wrote the condemnation of blackness race crime in the making of modern urban America. You know it was we went to school. You know went to school I I went from Boulder two years in Boulder to Harvard Yeah. I think. I even say that in the episode. A far cry from Harvard Yeah. I didn't even go to college. But you know what look we're learning as we go. Honestly, this was one of those moments where when we were done with this I kind of got off of the of the call and I was like you know. Why am I never learned this? It does make you kind of realize there's just a lot that we don't know. There's a lot that we're not taught in school and and I really appreciated him. Taking the time to discuss matters of race in America and well, we talked about systemic racism. Really you know not just the Buzzword of systemic. Down what that means of immigration in America means. Slavery how it went policing began how literature in statistics were used to sort of push this narrative. It was a lesson. It was a lesson where we got to be one on one with a Harvard professor. And pick his brain and it made me want to read more it also. It also made me want to go to Harvard South. And I want to go to Harvard I. Just WanNa take his class zoom. US just just me, that's it. Anyway here after Khalil Mohammed. You're a professor at.

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"khalil mohammed" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"khalil mohammed" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Today's Chicago mayoral candidates. Lori Lightfoot is questioning the sincerity of an answer given during a recent debate by her fellow candidate Toni preckwinkle, here's the comment in question. Practical was asked to say something positive about life is open and honest about her LGBT too. Orientation, can I think it's really important in this country that we'd be respectful of differences. And that we understand that all of us matter during an event yesterday Lightfoot question, whether preckwinkle comment was actually a compliment or whether it was a political decision and bringing attention to Lightfoot sexuality, Chicago police sergeant is facing possible six months suspension for shooting an unarmed autistic teen while on duty in two thousand seventeen off duty this billion office of police accountability found that sergeant Khalil Mohammed was just was not justified when he shot Ricardo Hayes on the south side. The agency initially recommended a ninety day suspension as punishment for the officer. However COPA revealed yesterday that Mohammed should instead be suspended for six months. Chicago police board will decide his punishment. And there are a lot fewer students enrolled in Illinois community colleges. The head of the state's community college. Board says whenever the economy is strong enrollment goes down. He told lawmakers that one hundred thousand. Fewer students are enrolled in community college in Illinois. Then there were in two thousand eight and those are the headlines WGN sports the Blackhawks had the game. Well in hand in the final minute against Arizona. But there was still a little unfinished business could Brandon purlee pick up his third goal. Here's our Blackhawks replay on demand. Sponsored by expanding xfinity delivers the fastest internet. Call quicker. Visit.

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"khalil mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"khalil mohammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston police every single day there. Excellent police officers that we walk into court with to have hearings trials, etc. I don't want the community to believe that we are already biased in finding them not responsible. For example. The team is called the discharge integrity team. It's a first for the state. It includes a health advocate from the city of former judge a detective and a lawyer among others, by the way in that exchange back in February. A Boston police officer was also shot and wounded a double down in the city of Chicago police are doubling the ninety day unpaid suspension for police officer who shot and wounded an unarmed autistic eighteen year old sergeant Khalil Mohammed says he thought the victim was reaching for a weapon. He wasn't. WBZ TV's terror Molina with those two shots questioned for nearly two years. Now, they hit eighteen year old Ricardo Hayes who has developmental disabilities in the arm and chest and the man who shot him Chicago. Police sergeant Khalil Muhammad. He told investigators he was off duty and wearing civilian clothes when he saw a suspicious, man. Hayes near his neighbors car Muhammed still on the job, but facing a federal lawsuit and the Salem New Hampshire. Police department is under investigation this morning. The office confirms they're now looking into whether former police chief Paul Donovan committed crimes while leading his force. The larger pro began last year when an audit uncovered a pattern of mishandled investigations in order to protect certain police officers Donovan retired early. Guess what? He's now running for the board of selectmen five thirty nine. We've got sports in just a minute here with Adam Kaufman on. WBZ twenty four seven three sixty five you're up and Adam every day..

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"khalil mohammed" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"khalil mohammed" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"This is the second time in six months that amac's eight fell from the sky shortly after take-off President Trump has proposed his budget wishlist for twenty twenty who budget calls for seven hundred and fifty billion dollars in defense spending next year a five percent increase and eight point six billion dollars for the wall. On the Mexican border three billion more than the president asked for last year. They're also cuts to Medicaid and student loans and changes to Medicare. Also, a thirty one percent cut for the Environmental Protection Agency next year alone. Democrats pronounced the whole thing. Dead on arrival. Elon Musk have kept mum. The SEC says the CEO of tesla broke his settlement by tweeting about his company's production numbers without getting prior approval. But Musk's attorneys say he was merely restating information that had already been released. It was not material information, and it didn't alter the mix of data available to investors. Mark Remillard, ABC news. New york. Musk's attorney filed papers fighting the charges in court Chicago police officer under investigation for the shooting of an unarmed. Autistic teen in two thousand seventeen we'll have his suspension doubled Sergey Khalil Mohammed will now be off the force for six months. You're listening to ABC news. This is a Bloomberg market minute, Wall Street headed strongest session since. January tech stocks rallied after the Commerce Department's retail sales. Data boosted confidence in the economy sales rose two tenths percent in January. The Dow Jones industrials gained two hundred points or eight tenths percent. The NASDAQ closed two percent higher the S and P five hundred rose one and a half percent. Boeing shares missed out on the rally. They fell five percent after the weekend crash of a seven thirty seven max jet. The Federal Aviation Administration says the planes remain airworthy NVIDIA announced an acquisition. The tech company is buying the chip maker melanoma technologies for nearly seven billion dollars. There is unwelcome news for people who subscribe to direct TV now cord.

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"khalil mohammed" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"khalil mohammed" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Five twelve now. Time for case top national stories. From ABC news. I'm Daria Albinger. The speaker of the house says impeachment is not undermined here's ABC's. Jonathan Karl Pelosi has no problem being the president's chief nemesis. We should not have the shutdown. Are you? But for the first time, the speaker of the house flatly declared she is against impeaching President Trump telling the Washington Post, I'm not for impeachment unless there's something so compelling an overwhelming and bipartisan, I don't think we should go down that path because it divides the country, and he's just not worth it. Democrats are focused on getting the president out of the White House in another way. Trump and his Republican party are an exception. Not the direction DNC chairman, Tom Perez secretary of state, Mike Pompeo calling out countries giving Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro financial cover gremlin is standing with its Venezuelan cronies against the will of the people of a sovereign nation. To protect a Moscow friendly, regime Pompeo fears Madero is getting traveling money that will leave the South American country in crisis in Ethiopia witnesses are describing the harrowing moment they saw yesterday's doomed. Ethiopian Airlines flight lose control. Whether it was clear flight three oh two took off from Addis Ababa at eight thirty eight AM Sunday morning. But there was trouble from takeoff. The pilot radioing the tower saying he was struggling to control the plane asking to return to the airport, then just six minutes into its journey to Nairobi at eight forty four AM the jet disappeared from radar. Witnesses describing smoke coming from the rear of the plane before it crashed Macy's Matt Gutman at the crash site. A Chicago police officers under investigation for the shooting of an unarmed teen in two thousand seventeen we'll have a suspension doubled by the civilian board. Sergeant Khalil Mohammed was taken off the force for ninety days. It's now going to be six months. You're listening to ABC news. It's tough. And now more of our top stories here on NewsRadio KFC K and her first White House press briefing and more than five weeks. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders was asked today, if former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, we'll get a presidential pardon. The president has made his position on that clear who make decision when he's ready. The White House press secretary also repeated the president's claim that former attorney Michael Cohen talked to the president about a possible. Pardon democratic speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi says she is not for the impeachment of President Trump. Speaking today on Capitol Hill, the California Democrat said impeachment is divisive. And she doesn't think congress should go down. That pound Pelosi added that Trump is not worth it. Her words because it'll divide the country. She said impeachment is justifiable. When there is something so compelling and overwhelmingly bipartisan mixed martial arts fighter Conor McGregor under arrest in Florida for smashing a fans phone after fan tried to take a selfie Miami Beach. Police say that McGregor is charged with felony strong arm. Armed robbery and misdemeanor criminal mischief. Yeah. According to the police report McGregor and the fan were walking out of a hotel when the fan tried to get a picture with him. Police say that's when McGregor slapped the phone out of the fans hand and stomped on it. And then walked away with what remained of LA phone? All right tenure poll question is how do you feel about flyer hesitant to fly right now after that two fatal.

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"khalil mohammed" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"khalil mohammed" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Whether the Steve nine degrees, light snow. The wind chill minus seven Chicago. Police sergeant accusing his bosses of retaliating against him for refusing to change your police report about the shooting of an unarmed artistic team by an off duty officer in two thousand seventeen sergeant Isaac Lambert filed a lawsuit yesterday claiming he was demoted last month for not reclassifying the officer as the victim of the incident of Khalil Mohammed shot. Ricardo Hayes on the south side in August of two thousand seventeen Lambert believes the lawsuit could make him an unpopular figure within the police department a registered sex offenders in custody after being charged with sexually assaulting a young relative. It happened last year in north suburban England side berry deacon was arrested over the weekend after someone called in a tip to police say the suspect sexually assaulted and under each family member who is visiting relatives in November. Investigators have been searching for deacon since January. Dozens of people are still missing after a deadly tornado devastated. Rural Alabama community leak outta sheriff. Jay Jones says rescue teams are still trying to use everything they can get their hands on to search through the wreckage. They're using dogs and heat sensing drones. The twist retort through the area Sunday, killing at least twenty three people and those are the headlines WGN sports bulls go after their fifth straight road win tonight. They're at Indiana. The Pacers coming off a home loss to Orlando last night. Dwayne Wade scored twenty three lead Miami past Atlanta, one fourteen one thirteen and the way he blocked the one thousand fifty second shot of his career to pass Michael Jordan for the most blocks by a guard making a difference for the Blackhawks sponsored by the village Bedford park building for the future. Former hawks first round defenseman. Henry yoki you continues to thrive in Rockford though. He spent the first half of the season with the Blackhawks yoki Har, you is only played thirteen games for the ice odds. But as one goal, eleven assists, twelve points, those thirteen games Hockey Hall of Famer, Ted Lindsay. Has died at the age of ninety three spent most of his seventeen years with Detroit. The did spend three years late in his career with the Blackhawks NFL teams continue to make roster decisions. Houston's putting non exclusive franchise tag on pass rusher. Davey on cloudy. The former number one overall pick Dallas's franchise tagging defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence for the second year in a row. Others getting the tag, Atlanta, defensive tackle crazy. Jarrett in Seattle defense van Frank Clark. Tiger Woods withdraws from the Arnold Palmer invitational where the next strain, but hopes to be ready for the Players Championship in two weeks or the home of the Blackhawks the northwestern. Wildcats White Sox baseball Dave WGN sports with twenty five percent off all new.

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"khalil mohammed" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"khalil mohammed" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Let's get to the newsroom in Vic Vaughn. Thank you naked morning. It's overcast at O'Hare nine above at the airport. A Chicago police officer may have been the victim of retaliation for refusing to let us sergeant off the hook in a shooting. WGN's Don cleven reports sergeant Khalil Mohammed shot. Eighteen year old Ricardo Hayes who is autistic in two thousand seventeen sergeant Isaac Lambert was assigned to investigate cook County Circuit Court lawsuit filed electronically claims Lambert says his boss is booted him from the detective division last month days after he refused to change a police report. So that it listed Muhammad as the victim Muhammad has denied any wrongdoing and was placed on paid desk duty after the shooting indefinitely. Don, Clemson WGN news, seeing reaction after a new study on a possible cure for aids. A man in London appears to be free from the aids virus actress stem cell transplant to treat cancer. The findings are detailed in the journal nature. American Foundation for aids research, vice president Rowena Johnston survival rate is not very high which is one of the reasons that a person living with HIV who does not also have a cancer really is not a candidate for this procedure. Experts are warning that it may be impractical to use a risky medical procedure. To cure, the millions of people infected worldwide as China's national legislative session opens the country's top economic officials trying to defuse trade complaints by the United States and the European Union ABC's, Mark Remillard, China's Premier Li coochie young pledging that all companies are to be treated as equals as the country's congress holds its annual meeting amid the ongoing U S, China trade dispute, and it's continually slowing economy Lee made the vowel is China has faced criticism for unfair protectionism of its domestic companies making it difficult for foreign firms to compete. During his speech Lee also projected that the Chinese economy would grow by six to six point five percent in two thousand nineteen still among the best in the world. But a three decade low for China. Mark Remillard, ABC news and a high profile member of the Trump administration's now a resident of the largest public housing development in the US hut regional administrator Lynn patent moved into the queen's bridge houses in Queens, New York, Monday, we need to figure out a through forensic accounting where the money is going and why it's not going to affect repairs that nice just seems to be able to make every time. I.

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"khalil mohammed" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"khalil mohammed" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Police officer says he is the victim of retaliation by his bosses for refusing to clear a sergeant of the August twenty seventeen wounding of an unarmed teenager sergeant Isaac Lambert was assigned to investigate the shooting of autistic teenager. Ricardo Ricky Hayes by sergeant Khalil Mohammed. Chicago Tribune reports that in a lawsuit filed electronically and cook County Circuit Court Lambert says his bosses dumped him from the detective division last month days after he refused to change a police report to list Mohammed as the victim in the incident in a federal lawsuit filed on Hayes behalf over the shooting. The Hamad has denied any wrongdoing. He was placed indefinitely unpaid desk duty after the shooting city officials today, the Lasky holiday could not immediately be reached for comment and a woman who left America when she was nineteen. To join ISIS in Syria is now in a refugee camp. The widow of several ISIS fighters wants to come back to the US. The US government says she is not welcome here. And correspondent Steve Kastenbaum. Says her father went to court to fight on his daughter's behalf. We'll have to wait longer to find out if she'll be allowed back into the US along with her one and a half year old son a federal judge in DC denied a request to expedite her case. Her father is suing to try to get the government to allow her to return to America five years ago. She left Alabama to join ISIS in Syria a move. She told CBS news, she grew to regret. I know. I am an American citizen, and I know I have threats come back. The US government says she's not entitled to return because of the timing of her birth. There's a dispute over whether her father was still working for Yemen's UN consulate at the time. If she does return she could face federal terrorism charges. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. I look at the roads. Now, the tri-state southbound after town line and before Duffy lane, we have.

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"khalil mohammed" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"khalil mohammed" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"Should we do that? If I if I may since for oh get into the oh since jussie smollet is being ripped locked Addy moment. Apparently, I I come bearing gifts to kill foster. Yeah. Yeah. This is the thing. You know, we we had done this bit before. But I'm pleased to get it. Hold on. Now. The thing about it is this really does belong to all of us one, and you weren't in the room because you knew we were going to do that that Dan you're afraid to be called out as a racist. But. Yeah. But everyone else present. The local library playing songs. And crying crying about how terrible what happens to Jesse small land is Jesse. You know, this is twenty nine thousand nine hundred apple this is where we are. And we were here that night talking about this and saying explicitly that this seemed suspicious to us. Okay. So on commutes thing, we're going to post that. Commute we should amend that in one way. Because Camille, remember is that none of us believe in one of us would say it. The word for being black enough to say giving everyone else some cover in the room when I went I wasn't here. I don't even a lot of times these shows kind of come together like organically, which is to say that there's a little bit of prep work that happens. More and more frequently to give you a glimpse behind the scenes, Anthony Fisher is doing a lot of the like organizing of stuff and. But on that particular day. I don't even know that the small thing was on the agenda, but we may have talked about doing it. But I just kind of remembered that we probably ought to at some point. And I sort of wanted to it was absolutely not it was on our Privata there. It is good. Yes. So then. Yeah. Because I remember the private text saying you with a tweet from somebody. I know who I totally hate and this person even more, and I sent you that tweeden. I'll pull it up. And I just said this is totally fig. It's just like a dozen makes sense. Yeah. Right. I have our are. Streaming premium content. Can we do that? That's a really good idea. Because you know, I mean. Get the commercials motherfucker. Skip your commercials. Why don't we do that that content is that we we've we show our subscribers are week long text because all I want to get fired that's going to be edited. Yeah. Of course, honestly. I may have to edit this out. You don't understand how I cloud works. Matt like, they could get to you. They will get all of your things them. Yeah. Really? Yeah. All that stuff. Ideological fattening. You're gonna idiological until they get to the dick pics, which will also be included in that they have to get it. All it's the first hokum on there like sitting looking at Camille stuff. And it's like, do I publish the the? About how the Jews are behind the slave trade the picture. You know, minister Khalil Mohammed or. Or the Dick's? Yeah. Jamaican flag telling you always lead with the Dick's. That's what I say. I've scrolled like a bunch of times. And I'm still like four days back in twenty one days back until you find it. Let's go back to back so small situation. Earlier today, we discovered that they were in fact going to be bringing charges against him or something maybe Fisher, you can catch us up on what the hell is going on. Is. It sounds like about five minutes ago. There was a development. Yes. So earlier today things were in motion. But we didn't know that an indictment was imminent. He hired. Mark Gary goes who once represented Michael Jackson and still represents Colin Kaepernick as Turney was just on CNN with him actually and about twenty minutes ago..

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