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"king memorial" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"king memorial" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Season plus it's that time of year when a lot of people had to national parks on their vacations so updating a show from earlier this year it's about the suppression of science especially climate change science the federal agencies reveals use government data to make maps of future flooding ten popular U. S. parks new coastlines are science reporter Elizabeth show going is with me Elizabeth hello out okay so let's look at some of these maps this one is the national mall in Washington DC that's what the mall looks like now but take the cursor and swipe left okay so I'm seeing the Martin Luther king memorial the Vietnam wall are submerged the Washington Monument is is just a little island surrounded by water and in the coastline now goes right up against the Pentagon this is what the mall would look like in twenty fifty if the east coast gets hit with a category three hurricane this is from National Park Service projections and how you're from Florida right yeah check out the map for Everglades national park here it is today okay so the water is all around the tip of Florida okay and this is what it could look like in twenty fifty after a category five hurricane the tip of Florida it is gone it's like the coastline his has come up significantly these not show what could happen if greenhouse gas emissions keep rising the problem is research like this has had a tough time under president trump signed is working for the government have been ignored or attacked they've been de funded or even censored let me tell you the story of what happened to one particular scientist Maria Caffery Maria fascinates me because so many things about her are unexpected.

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"king memorial" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

11:25 min | 1 year ago

"king memorial" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Makita keeping your hopes driven out shopping Tiffany Blue Cross pros, Tiffany, let me ask you before we go back to the phones. Yesterday was the Martin Luther King day federal holiday, and I took President Trump and vice president Pence to task there were no official ceremonies. No official recognition of the Holiday Inn. After we started blasting them all of a sudden he went and did literally a ninety second. Stop at the Martin Luther King memorial in Washington later. We made no statement made no speech say the tweeted something, and my contention is that he never intended to do it until he was attacked. Because clearly why would you have been going to the Martin Luther King memorial and not have put that out on your public schedule. Nobody's sneaks to a statue. And he would have had been causing and dot king's niece steady. Has it all of his ceremonies clearly? He intended to send a signal. He is not going to celebrate Dr king day until he started getting all of the attacks. And I think that we need to remember Ronald Reagan who called back to king, a communist and said he would never celebrate. It ended up having to be the president that signed the federal holiday in the law. So this man Tung compromise, he doesn't even respect thing that have been done even by Ronald Reagan. You know? I agree friends. I might fight. We disagree with you is I would not want to be him at any MLK event. I was rather disgusted when I saw him go to the memorial. I think he will be insincere like visit yesterday was insincere. He doesn't represent what back there. King stood for even the tweet. They sent out fell short White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders said that he gave his life his life with taking. He didn't give his life. I believe that the people who were speaking out against Dr king in the sixties had there been a Donald Trump at that time. Those people would have been wearing make America great again hat. I think he represents everything that Donald that. Dr king was trying to fight again. So I mean for for you know, I looked at all the people that you had speaking at the house of Justice. Yesterday. And it was just a completely different sentiment. I thought you had congresswoman grace main there, you have the DC mayor you had presidential candidates there. And I think I mean, imagine Donald Trump being in that crowd the spirit. I think what I'm saying is that I'm not saying he should have been a king memorial. But I'm saying he should have recognized the day whoever the president is regardless of my feeling they have to respect federal holidays, and he is sitting in the White House President and for him to discount a federal holiday. I felt was an inside. I don't care if he did it by having a meeting with the dot kids needs. Ben carson. Certainly do didn't want him to come to my event. I think that for him as to sit there as the office holder is to set a precedent that we are not really having a federal holiday for Dr king, and he's the head of state saying that and I think that that Ronald Reagan. I don't think should've had anything to do with Dr king other than sign the Bill, but he had to sign the Bill, and I think that that is what Trump showed a lot of people again. Sometimes I get caller saying he said that what did black America have to lose. Well, if he won't even recognize the only federal holiday that is round a black. Not would a tweet in the morning. It's show you his contempt file community. I totally agree with you there. And I think the scarier thing is no one around him. To do this. No one around him thought to draft its for him. No one around him thought, you know, what we have to get something on your schedule. So I completely agree there. But again, this is not these are not people who understand government. They don't understand humanity. They don't understand really how America functions these people who claim to be patriots every day. So yeah, I really echo your sentiments, rabbit Hillis. I grab I just wanna say every year. You do a huge MLK fell in recent. You've done it here in DC before it was in New York this year, and I both we did Biden and and all of them in Washington. And then came to New York for what you saw did both. I see I see okay. Anyway, I've been to the one in DC before. And it's always such a great festive celebration. And you know, I think you're the only prominent person who has this, you know, big gathering where you have these newsmakers come every year. And and and do something like that. It's open to the public it's free. And you know, you bring the politicians to the people, and I think you know, that was what Dr king was about. And I, you know, for me, I tried to see, you know, Trump as far away from. We don't even make his name to my. You're went. Well, thank you. Now. Let me ask you the entry into the race for president yesterday by camera Harris, how do you see this race shaping up and the uniqueness of it is that we're going to have several? People of color, and at least two blacks running. What is the challenges for the blacks running? And what is the challenges in terms? Of course, you have a sentiment in the community. In the black community, and in the country that we may want to see a particular. Gender or race win run. But we want also somebody that can win. How does comedy Harris? Oh, Cory Booker. Julio Castro navigate where they can energize their base. And at the same time distinguish themselves from the other person of color running and at the same time viable candidates that can win. I'll start McConnell first because she just announced yesterday. And I think it says something that she made her announcement on good Morning, America. She wept there. She went to Howard University and her first primary stop is not going to be Iowa or New Hampshire like the other candidates. He's going out Carolina a note that she recognizes that black women in particular will make or break presidential candidates this election cycle. She hasn't been going for her there. ACC you graduate. She's a member of alpha Kappa alpha sorority, they're hosting her first big fundraiser in South Carolina. I think you know, they should so other candidates pass to the White House will have to pass through community the black women all over the country. So in that aspect Senator certainly has the market cornered now with progressive. She does have some challenges. She does have a very challenging history with criminal deputies. I have read some excerpts from her first book soft on crime. And that's going to have to have a compelling story to tell about how and why her views change. I don't think that's going to be enough dwarf the enthusiasm that black women have around her. I think that's gonna be challenges for like some of those Bernie Brose who may not have been with her. Anyway, I also I'm going to tell the truth from sound Sounders, a black man, I think they're so a lot of sexism in the black community that we don't always address because we have so many other talented all of the community. But I think there are going to be some black men who have a challenge that she's married to someone outside of her race. I think they're gonna be black. Don't like the fact that she's not a mother. That's he doesn't have children. I think they're going to be men all across the world. But I'm just you know, are all across the country. But I'm just speaking to blacksmith men today. So I think those are surmountable hurdles that certainly wouldn't keep her from the White House. You cannot have a thicket this go round with you white miss. I think if a candidate wants to win Kamala Harris has to be on that ticket somewhere. She has a lot of boxes to be the first person of Asian descent to hold office. You know, her mother is Indian the first black woman to hold the office. So he sees a four on the campaign trail, and I will go as far to call her the front runner at this point. And I think the only person who who could get in this race. And and take that title from her is potentially Joe Biden, former vice president Joe Biden, I think a lot of people are overlooking on Castro. I mean, he's a Latino male out of Texas, Texas, moved up their primary March third that's going to be a huge day. He can equip some of the enthusiasm around will work out of Texas. And you know, I remember when Warren launched our campaign, there was all this talk. Like, oh, he's the first major candidate kickoff in many who. His block in December. And it wasn't like, you know, two days of breaking news banner is talking about. If he like, I hope that the media definitely learned a lesson from that Cory Booker. I think there are a lot of people who want to see him run. I wouldn't fit the pay that he likely will grow his hat in the ring at some point. I think he has handled this I think America still like their president's married, and that's something that people are going to have to overcome the thing we have going for them if the appeal to younger audiences younger voters, and they don't really care so much about your family make up some people view him as overly ambitious, and you know, they don't always take his good Jeffrey that's in sear. I think Cory Booker does a great job at we tell politics, I think is always in the right place, you know, having interacted with him, I truly believe that he wants to make this country a better place. And I think he'll do whatever he thinks is best for him to do that we that, you know, run for office or get behind another candidate and support them. So we've got a long way to go round just twenty nineteen in January twenty nineteen and a week in the maternity in politics. So we will see. Candidates rise and fall over the next year. But what I want to encourage everybody to do is hold you accountable the communities of color because we determined races. But we found that in the midterm elections. We were the deciding factor advocate American Asian Americans, but Tino native Americans were defining factor. Then key races across the country. So I I hope that people are active and engaged. Very now. Get informed the engaged. You're on the candidate Creole, whatever you can do. I.

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"king memorial" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"king memorial" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Mr President. We want government opened in in honor of Dr king, you should address the government workers that he died fighting for sanitation workers in Memphis. If you really was sincere, you would talk to some of the work that you have Fred node and delayed pay. I'm a little bit confused because Reverend Al says we want to honor Dr king by opening the government. Of course, the government is shut down because of Reverend Martin Luther King's holiday. So the way he's honored is they shut the government down yesterday without the government shutdown. The government would have shut down yesterday because it's a holiday so the president and the vice president visited the Martin Luther King memorial in the middle of a federal holiday, and it's not enough and it's wrong. And it's blah, blah. I mean, listen, this is what we this is what we're dealing with. And this is what the stakes this is what is at stake. The future of the country is in the hands of somebody like Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. I want you to listen to this. She was on Stephen Colbert naturally. And she tried to explain why it's okay for a seventy percent tax rate on multimillionaires cut number one. This is from CBS and gravy. We want to live in a city where billionaires has their own personal Uber helipads when people..

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Bernie Sanders calls Trump "racist" at South Carolina MLK Day speech

WBBM Programming

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Bernie Sanders calls Trump "racist" at South Carolina MLK Day speech

"Junior day. President Trump made only a brief appearance to lay a wreath at the king memorial in Washington Ray day, beautiful day king day rally in South Carolina potential democratic presidential candidate. Bernie Sanders says this is a day to talk about Justice and racism, it gives me no pleasure to tell you that. We now have a president of the United States who is a racist Kirsten gillibrand is already a candidate. She says President Trump has torn the country apart racial lines every religious line on Twitter. President Trump praised Martin Luther King junior for standing up for the self evident truth Americans, hold so dear that no matter what the color of our skin or the place of our birth. We are all created

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"king memorial" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"king memorial" Discussed on AP News

"He laid out a wreath at the foot of the king memorial. Democrats running for the White House also active today New York Senator democratic candidate for president Kirsten gillibrand denouncing the president. Solve it to this country apart every position every racial lines. Every religious line you choose to community by community. Another democrat, California. Senator Kamala Harris announced her run for the party's twenty twenty nomination. She spoke out against the partial government shutdown and the effect. It's having on federal workers -pletely irresponsible. And those folks don't wanna wall they want a paycheck. This is day thirty one of the shutdown caused by the impasse. The President Trump's demand for border security funding and democratic congressional leaders saying he should agree to reopen. The government I nineteen year old man wounded in a shooting at a mall in Chicago suburb this evening Orland park. Deputy police chief Joseph Mitchell tells WLS his department and others in the area are searching for a suspect interior checkup. All stores are so far our intelligence far we're evolving is it the Celtic had left the area whenever last as a precaution. We're checking every store. The victim was shot outside a clothing store this evening. There are reports he is in critical condition. Police investigating the recent killings in the Reno Nevada area say murder charges are pending against a man suspected of being in the US illegally twenty year old Wilbur Martinez. Guzman has been in custody since Saturday, he's a suspect in the killing of an elderly Reno company as well as two women in the area. This is AP radio news. At least six deaths are blamed on a winter storm that rolled across the midwest into the northeast over the weekend. AP's Vida fully has more twelve year old girl died in suburban Chicago when a snow fort collapsed on her a plowed firefighter Raphael. Poor yet for firehouse subs. Introducing the new spicy Cajun chicken sub Cajun seasons grilled.

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Sanders calls Trump "racist" at South Carolina MLK Day speech

24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Sanders calls Trump "racist" at South Carolina MLK Day speech

"Luther King junior day it and Trump made only a brief appearance to lay a wreath at the king memorial in Washington. Great day beautiful day and a king day rally in South Carolina potential democratic presidential candidate. Bernie Sanders says this is a day to talk about Justice and racism, it gives me no pleasure to tell you that. We now have a president of the United States who is a racist Kirsten gillibrand is already a candidate. She says President Trump has torn the country apart every racial lines. Every religious line on Twitter. President Trump praised Martin Luther King junior for standing up for the self evident truth Americans, hold so dear that no matter what the color of our skin or the place of our birth. We are all created equal by God. Ed Donahue, Washington in Columbia,

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"king memorial" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"king memorial" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Tapping people's phones. He's not tapping reporters phones if you will. What exactly has he done? If you don't like a tweet. So what that deserves all this animus eight must be he must be indicted didn't even build a damn hotel on Moscow Hilton did Marriott dead. They all do. He did there's no Trump hotel Moscow. Doesn't matter. Hey, talked beyond this date, and he talked beyond that you realize how insane. This is. We have a boatload of evidence that it was Hillary Clinton and the DNC. That effectively colluded with the Russians not the president of the United States. Media don't care prosecuted doesn't care. That's insane. He must be impeached. The emoluments clause they can't even spell a monuments. The emoluments clause has nothing to do this. They found a left-wing cook judge in Maryland, chief Justice and Obama appointee. Are Clinton appointee a hack. I really think Maryland and DC of standing here why because the president United States homes had hotel, you know, and because it competes with other hotels, it has an effect. They don't even have standing in the judge gives them standing. Pretty outrageous. So what has this president done? Today was taking a hit. I don't know if it was Yahoo or whatever it was because he and the vice president went to the Martin Luther King memorial. But apparently, according to this report should have spent more time and because they didn't spend enough time. Wow. That was just a just a show. Just showed up..

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"king memorial" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"king memorial" Discussed on 600 WREC

"To win funding for a border wall. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell will try to get that offer to a vote. He's going to attempt to move this Bill starting tomorrow. Now, this is what we call the motion to proceed you just need a simple majority on the motion to proceed but in order to cut off debate on the motion to proceed you need sixty senators so fifty three Republicans and eighty seven Democrats that's fifty three Republicans stick together. Chad pergram on capital hill, but on day thirty one of the partial government shutdown top Democrats remain opposed to funding for the wall and say it's up to the president to make the first move by reopening government cannot permit. This rogue president to impose a racist regime on this country, whether it's being immigration voting rights Reaganomics or anything else. Jerry, Nadler, one of several Democrats who took aim at the president during Martin Luther King day events, the president targeting Democrats on Twitter while paying tribute federal workers going without pay calling them. Great patriots also paid tribute to Dr king and laid a wreath at the king memorial in Washington. The twenty twenty pool of presidential hopefuls is getting more crowded. I think the voters will decide ultimately, California. Senator Kamala Harris making it official today that there are already and will continue to be great candidates who are entering this race. And I think the process will have much more integrity. The more people who want to run, and and feel a sense of responsibility for our country. She joins several other Democrats either running or forming exploratory committee is already a field expected to keep growing a spokesman for the Republican National Committee calls Harris, arguably, the least vetted democrat running and.

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"king memorial" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"king memorial" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"The winning. Excellent. Thing. Federal workers. Coming down. Subtler still hot yourself. Tweets. Thank you to government employees working. Great. I. What are we going to really protect this nation? This nation can only be protected with a viable operating federal government. Democrats rejecting a proposal from President Trump that provides a short term fix for immigrants brought here illegally as children in exchange for five point seven billion dollars in border funding. Lisa. Thanks. Rachel. Jay thirty one of the partial shutdown. President Trump criticizing Democrats again in another post and adding a hashtag take back the house. He also tweeted a tribute to Martin Luther King junior and laid a wreath at the king memorial in Washington. Former vice president Joe Biden condemning racism and some of the president's past remarks, we've learned last two years, it doesn't take much to waken hate to bring those folks out from under the rocks. Part of American society has always been there will always be there and king day event Biden also accusing Republicans of using voter ID laws to try to suppress minority. Voting. Supporters say voter ID is needed to prevent fraud and doesn't target any group California. Senator Kamala Harris is ending the speculation early launching a run for president today. Let's.

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"king memorial" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"king memorial" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"He had his head bashing right and i mean i think one of the things that you see when you look at the civil rights movement is sort of groups like smick right made up of young people student in violent coordinating committee right some sort of adults in the community are welcoming this militancy ele baker rosa parks right but many adults are very scared anxious trepidation us about smick about this young people organizing fifty and sixty years ago right so i you know i think we also see the echoes of the kinds of criticisms and and many snick a former snick uh members put out a statement making the continuities between snick and black lives matter clear precisely because sort of many of the criticism that black lives matter we're criticisms that they had faced fifty years ago your criticisms of the king memorial in washington dc up a couple of things um if you if you've seen the king memorial he towers over us right um he he's he make his he sort of unapproachable there are quotes all around not a single quote mentions racism race segregation if you were to like come in from mars and land you would think he was sort of uh all about peace and love right and the kind of fundamental questions of race and racism and racial inequality right that he spoke about over and over and over right and and a kind of pride of black pride in um that he speaks about over and over and over are sort of erased in that memorial so both that he's this singular finger right the original.

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"king memorial" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"king memorial" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"I don't know i think that when someone has to say that they are the least racist person that we know where that we've seen non time that it in they're they're pretty racist i i think that one of the things that donald trump is having difficulty doing is understanding is past understanding that many of us are not full few fooled by anything that he does today i mean his words about dr king they fall on deaf ears because he doesn't understand dr king's legacy so the fact that he's playing golf today um it doesn't surprise anyone dr king's legacy was combating racism it was combatting militarism and it was combatting materialism none of that speaks to who donald trump is and so donald trump is racist and let's not let let's not get that wrong but what we're trying to do is break down the systemic racism and oppression that permeates our systems in this country not deal with whether or not one man says 'nigger or not parrots are are you disappointed the president played golf today instead of you know performing something publically well you know if i were there working at the white house uh i would have advised to have some form of activities service or event on martin luther king day to commemorate the date on that day but i was pleased to see that he joined dr king's niece a nephew in atlanta and signed the legislation to expand the martin luther king historic site and make it the first national park in georgia i was pleased to see him side the proclamation with dr king's nephew at this past friday which i was honoured to attend a give remarks i was pleased to see that secretary ben carson was in atlanta at avenues or baptist church there speaking on behalf of the administration at that have been i was pleased to see uh secretary zinke ethnic martin luther king memorial today i was pleased to see vice president.

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"king memorial" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"king memorial" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Me it's powders you sat at 1000 happens pets five after they get ready to text and leave the tweeting me today i'm not here to talk about what has not happened because we know what has not out his oldest son martin luther king the 3rd during a wreath laying event at the king memorial in dc i'm here to do is to look to the future to figure out how we as a nation can come together he also criticized president trump for suggesting we need more immigrants from places like norway as the president again denies being racist he's finishing a weekend in florida after honoring doctor king with a proclamation on friday more immigrants from places like norway as the president again denies being racist he's finishing a weekend in florida after honoring doctor king with a proclamation on friday dream it is the dream of a nation faithful to its founding principle that we were all created a cool the president and first lady a returning to washington this evening i e mail it is the dream of a nation faithful to its founding principle that we were all created equal the president and first lady are returning to washington this evening lisa thinks rachel saturday marks one year since president trump took office and there could be a government shutdown if lawmakers can't agree on a new spending bill ox's chat program on capitol hill a couple of key issues defense spending you have defense hawks who want an increase in defense spending democrats say okay you're going to go for that we have to have an increase in non defense spending and then there is dhaka dhaka is the big issue here because republicans don't seem to have the votes on their side of the aisle just to avoid a government shutdown that is the program shielding the immigrants as dreamers from deportation the president is ending the dhaka program in march but democrats want fix for it now republicans want a stand alone spending bill fox news.

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"king memorial" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"king memorial" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"The polls they may be really am be activated by the punishment that's being meted out against them oh absolutely and we see this happening um in a number of movement found and the one that i uh in terms of social movement um that i really highlight of black lives matter and when we in you know there's a lot of criticism by on particular groups against black lives matter but when you look at black lives matter very much like the black panther party in the pack uh and so far that they bring people together across culture generation um and um race ethnicity and religion and so if not just a black thing um but uh you have a group of people mobile mobilising around black folks um go because going back to my andrelou she feel while i write about the black experience i'm speaking to the human condition and you have more and more folks i'm feeling that and so i see great possibilty in movements like that and others that are not being highlighted we'll just enclosing though i the martin luther king memorial in washington dc this these bait scriptures on these big slabs of uh of uh i think it's sandstone excellent maybe it's mobile is day that our um one of them critically struck me was that uh hate can not konka hate love can do that how does that apply because at my sense is that the hillary clinton certainly fell into this trap when she talked about a basketful of deplorables that people that a cell upset with trump and i lived in a kind of the liberal bubble on the west side los angeles and where everybody watches msnbc and uh reads the nia thompson washington post and they have no idea that.

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"king memorial" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"king memorial" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"I hasten to add and i just told us editor aboard washed impose don't think donald trump does not have oh strategy behind all this how'd famine wrote a piece this morning i agree with he wants a divided country because he thinks he can only win and push through his stove if we divide so if he can play these racial signals an avid us against them he feels that he can intensify sas obey the race questioned get white all enough of them woodham because he no he's loss most blacks and latinos and asians and and a lot of progressive white or all of progress whites so now i gotta stoke it up we cannot play in two his hey notice what he says and he says day there's no difference between the left and right day of violent there was violence on both sides he starts bring in a row antigua and that day anna cares than they are against the then that they are as non violent as then not vat say they're not non and one of the things that i think is very very interesting is that a lot of us are not going to play in to his worst thing can happen hill while he drag like they're bad people on both sides is 4000 ministers of all religions and races and gender to come to washington right down his street gathered the martin luther king memorial in a aggressive stern but nonviolent and dignified way so the world would say will wait a minute how do you compare them to those that were at charlottesville running cars on people and stand there were helmet's on the head in military gear see part of the tactical genius martin luther king was he did not let bull connor and others that he fought baid him into acting like this and if you wanna lilley defeat these forces you've got to put a clean glass next to a dark or dirty dass what his ministers martz has taken on new significance in the new importance register now we are show the world differently between us and them not that it'll turn trump era but it will knock out not only is world image it puts the senate in congress dead on nervous now about the elections it puts demo notice because they need us cut of the neck of the neck like he say would.

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"king memorial" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"king memorial" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Of police reform the regression on protecting voting rights the fight to rescind an repeal healthcare enderle lack of focus on jobs in not talking about the designed for structure bill they're not talking about dealing would tax reform that would bring moyon from the wealthy and create more release for the working poor they're talking about jobs not even on the agenda not in the news cycle that's why i've call 4000 thousand ministers maher litas a wall freights past his preaches emam's rabbis to go to the foot of martin luther king memorial in washington ten o'clock monday august twenty eight the anniversary way he he told the world about a dream that included all of that and watch from their mild to the justice department we need to bring this country to notice that we will not sit by silently and allow them to ignore voting rights jobs health care and criminal justice reform we almost day i need at bow the ministers to not only pledge what to be there if you have not signed up and you are clergy purse you should do it right now i keep talking the menacing yes i'm coming emi congregants have been calling me but i am registered yet.

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"king memorial" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"king memorial" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Six two six four six five one and we'll sannum up on the phone if they ever was a time to stay dan duck now is the tac so as the russian investigation keeps moving as the fate of attorney general sessions keeps going back and forward we must and we will stand up and say enough is enough and draw line in the sand and tell the justice department we marching from the king memorial to the justice department that there are some things that no matter what party is in power that should be nonnegotiable and that is voting rights criminal justice reform including police reform healthcare and jobs i don't care republicans a democrats in we have the moral obligation to stand up and i just think it'll be a bear dramatic display of weaken say one thousand menaced came together to stand up for their parisian the six congregants and members of their church mosque or senegal you must be a part of it and as groups like the urban league like national action that were like some of our young activist groups as the organizers you should be involved whatever group to your liking said not about membership drives is about the sustaining and stabilizing of our communities and too many of us have not been in while we must realise that mumbling in grumbling does not change any day unless is organized into a cohesive force so with the skinny repeal bill failing would the break down in the the white house would continue skirmish around sessions latte happened this week in you need to express your views you need exhale and let folks know that we are not going backwards as remm jozo lowry always says we of for too long in har suffered too much ship too many tears shed blood can't turnaround no.

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"king memorial" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

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02:12 min | 3 years ago

"king memorial" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Sampha our political battle bonetti selling attica sin to have imagine that sd today well without shirt on news and talk thirteen eighty k okay real with reverend al sharpton andrei michael english on infrared along with dr rolo farley hutchison in you with a seven seven five three two five seven nine santa got to remind you real quick the reverend al sharpton and national action network has announced the minister's march for justice from the king memorial to the department of justice monday august twenty eight the two thousand seventeen so we want you to join thousands of ministers convene in washington dc to get some justice man they'll hold trump in jeff sessions accountable for the increase in hate crimes incarceration discrimination we want them to protect all america not just some remember also politics nation where reverend al sharpton his on every single sunday morning on msnbc at adm i we can go back to the fold well i i want to get the doctor hutchison's thoughts about the previous caller that called just before the break go ahead dr hutchison will he respond law he me all the the points we made and you'll see we did make i would just add one thing to uh the scenario bug minneapolis and miers damon i'll do is a bit of a backstory here on three which was gonna be very intriguing to see how this plays out you know we started talking about racial doublestandard how um he won promote the llandough cast field or trayvon will michael brown against muslim say trayvon martin to really in all unarmed the advocate americans hispanics or anyone could that matter that's gone down once and lead by police officers now typically as we.

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"king memorial" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

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02:47 min | 3 years ago

"king memorial" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Revised healthcare bill yesterday i was in chicago where i held a press conference would twenty twentyfive ministers led by ribbons saive field was said revenue ira at career and other leading ministers supporting the one thousand does march on august twenty eight from king memorial to the department of justice and also raising the question now if the president is sending the feds into chicago were all of the shootings and killings in why are they sitting with grassroot lead is courage dji leaders and others on the ground the talk about the real conditions the closing of schools the displacing of housing the lack of jobs the highest unemployment rate of blacks in the country of any state is in illinois you can't just send in law enforcement without dealing with the fact that there is a history of chicago police in abuse so much so that the department of justice had said they needs to be a consent decree and his new attorney general sessions backed away from that that's one of the reasons will march into his office saying you can't be a dream bust one or two cities duct king worked and was cargo and talked about on august twenty eight date 63 that we're dealing with on august twenty eight two thousand seventeen the talked about police brutality in his speech i have a dream speech this weekend we marked the third anniversary of the choking death by police of aragon nash action networks rallied tomorrow be a row highlighting again the need for policing to be corrected and those that are wrong to be prosecuted so a lot to talk about but whatever's on your maya whatever's in your heart talked about book show to be reading in the summer you we talked about this shift in the coach whatever's on your mind you can call me at one eight seven seven five three two five seven nine seven don't forget that tomorrow the saturday.

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02:13 min | 3 years ago

"king memorial" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Reverend al twitter dot com the rest of al my now's was the day don't forget august twenty eight is the fifty four dander version of march on washington with dr martin luther king made is his start speech known as i have a dream it was a lot more to dispatch than the dream but that sao it is most site it and on that day i'm calling on a thousand ministers rabbis imams to meet us in washington at the martin luther king memorial we're going to gather there and march from their as kurds g to the justice department saying don't be dream bust stall turned back on the things that king talked about like voting like people's right to bowl like criminal justice reform light police reform like economic federalist these are the things that was cited in this speech they don't cite them we're going to bring them out front king was a clergyman making a model of peo the mara leaders as in this country need to stand up on that day and confront decision ministration would a king reminder and i want you and you and you to join us there if you're not a menaced and you go to a church or synagogue are imaz tell your aw rabbi your mom your menace too you need be there you need the being washed you need to make a statement we have not made a statement from our community is spent in that the fate lead is about community stand with us and you can go to www data national action network that net www data national action network that net and sign in now we'll.

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