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"kjzz red river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"kjzz red river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of the black horse back riders known as the Compton cowboys and how they connect to the rich legacy of black cowboys in America author William Thompson Hernandez joins us to discuss his book the Compton cowboys we'll get to all of it I'm Alison Stewart and I meet you on the other side of the news live from NPR news I'm Nora Raum the justice department announced Friday night that Geoffrey Berman is stepping down as U. S. attorney for the Southern District of New York he was in charge of prosecutions of allies of president trump an investigation into trump's personal attorney Rudy guiliani no reason was provided for his removal Berman said he did not resign and the investigations will continue Attorney General William Barr says the president plans to name Jay Clayton to that position the current head of the securities and exchange commission Facebook and Twitter say a video posted by president trump has been removed after a complaint from the copyright holder NPR's Bobby Allen reports trump shared a video of a black toddler running away from a white toddler on the sidewalk the video was doctored to make it look like CNN had fabricated the footage with the headline races baby probably a trump voter Facebook and Twitter have both now pulled the deceptive video from their respective platforms the tech giant say one of the parents of the children in the video submitted a copy right complaint it's the latest in a growing list of actions taken by social media companies against the president's frequent and sometimes flagrant use of the medium trump has vowed retaliation the justice department is asking Congress to strip social media companies of certain legal protections Bobby Allyn NPR news San Francisco the deferred action for childhood arrivals or daca program offers protection from deportation of thousands of undocumented immigrants brought to the U. S. by their parents now the Supreme Court ruled against the trump administration's bid to end the program the Mexican government says it will continue helping Mexican beneficiaries from member station KJZZ Red River serve Andi's reports the fifty consulates of Mexico and the US efforts nationals guidance and assistance in their potential daca beneficiaries as well as help to obtain their Mexican citizenship documentation according to the Mexican government more than five hundred thousand Mexicans have been protected by daca representing eighty percent of the total number of beneficiaries Mexico says the continuity of the program is a recognition of the value of the immigrant community the Mexican government says approximately two hundred thousand daca beneficiaries working business is deemed essential during the pandemic the Mexican government estimates that daca recipients and their families pay almost nine billion dollars in taxes for NPR news I'm a political scientist in Mexico City Florida is seeing a spike in corona virus infections going around to Santa says more positive cases are occurring among young people I think that we start to see some erosion in the social distancing firm probably some of the younger population so that department of health is going to be launching some public service announcements five players for the Philadelphia Phillies have tested positive for the corona virus prompting the club to shut down its spring training camp in Clearwater Florida you're listening to NPR news apple says it's shutting down some stores again in Florida Arizona South Carolina and North Carolina as coronavirus cases begin to rise again the company had just re opened some stores a few weeks ago the Tony awards have been postponed indefinitely but the inaugural in Tony awards celebrating the achievements of black theater artists were held in a virtual ceremony Friday evening Jeff Lunden reports a lot has happened since New York theater shut down in mid March the pandemic hit the city and in particular people of color hard and the deaths of George Floyd Ahmad Arbury and Brianna Taylor stirred a resurgent black lives matter movement the online in Tony awards reflected that moment while also celebrating black actors writers and designers and paying tribute to black theater history for Best Musical was given to Tina the Tina Turner musical best play went to blacks and best revival two for colored girls among the acting winners were Audra McDonald and Adrienne Warren for NPR news I'm Jeff Lunden in New York a federal judge Friday expressed doubt the White House could keep former national security adviser John Bolton's book away from the public saying the horse seems to be out of the barn the White House had sued claiming the book contains classified information and threatens national security it's scheduled for release next week in excerpts already have been published judge Royce Lamberth did not make an official ruling yet he says he wants to consider further the government's arguments against the book's publication I'm Nora Raum NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include Americans for the arts working.

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"kjzz red river" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"kjzz red river" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hi there I'm Celeste Headlee today on one A. it's the Friday news roundup parts of China are back on lockdown after sudden outbreaks of the virus in Beijing and they're not the only ones more than a half dozen countries are either reimposing sanctions for warning they'll have to what's going on meanwhile tensions flare in the Himalayas after Chinese troops kill twenty Indian soldiers in a disputed border area India's prime minister has promised next steps but what will they be plus sanctions in Syria another NATO standoff in North Korea picks a fight with the south tweet us at one eight live from NPR news I'm Nora Raum the justice department announced Friday night that Geoffrey Berman is stepping down as U. S. attorney for the Southern District of New York he was in charge of prosecutions of allies of president trump an investigation into trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani no reason was provided for his removal Berman said he did not resign and the investigations will continue Attorney General William Barr says the president plans to name Jay Clayton to that position the current head of the securities and exchange commission Facebook and Twitter say a video posted by president trump has been removed after a complaint from the copyright holder NPR's Bobby Allen reports trump shared a video of a black toddler running away from a white toddler on the sidewalk the video was doctored to make it look like CNN had fabricated the footage with the headline races baby probably a trump voter Facebook and Twitter have both now pulled the deceptive video from their respective platforms the tech giant say one of the parents of the children in the video submitted a copyright complaint it's the latest in a growing list of actions taken by social media companies against the president's frequent and sometimes flagrant use of the medium trump has vowed retaliation the justice department is asking Congress to strip social media companies of certain legal protections Bobby Allyn NPR news San Francisco the deferred action for childhood arrivals or daca program offers protection from deportation the thousands of undocumented immigrants brought to the U. S. by their parents now the Supreme Court ruled against the trump administration's bid to end the program the Mexican government says it will continue helping Mexican beneficiaries from member station KJZZ Red River survived as reports the fifty consulates of Mexico and the US efforts nationals guidance and assistance if their potential daca beneficiaries as well as help to obtain their Mexican citizenship documentation according to the Mexican government more than five hundred thousand Mexicans have been protected by daca representing eighty percent of the total number of beneficiaries Mexico says the continuity of the program is a recognition of the value of the immigrant community the Mexican government says approximately two hundred thousand daca beneficiaries working business is deemed essential during the pandemic the Mexican government estimates that daca recipients and their families pay almost nine billion dollars in taxes for NPR news I'm really upset about this in Mexico City Florida is seeing a spike in corona virus infections going around to Santa says more positive cases are occurring among young people I think that we start to see some erosion in the social distancing from probably some of the younger population so that department of health is going to be launching some public service announcements five players for the Philadelphia Phillies have tested positive for the corona virus prompting the club to shut down its spring training camp in Clearwater Florida you're listening to NPR news apple says it's shutting down some stores again in Florida Arizona South Carolina and North Carolina as coronavirus cases begin to rise again the company had just re opened some stores a few weeks ago the Tony awards have been postponed indefinitely but the inaugural in Tony awards celebrating the achievements of black theater artists were held in a virtual ceremony Friday evening Jeff Lunden reports Alanis happened since New York theater shut down in mid March the pandemic hit the city and in particular people of color hard and the deaths of George Floyd Ahmad armory and Brianna Taylor stirred a resurgent black lives matter movement the online in Tony awards reflected that moment while also celebrating black actors writers and designers and paying tribute to black theater history for Best Musical was given to Tina the Tina Turner musical best play went to blacks and best revival two for colored girls among the acting winners were Audra McDonald and Adrienne Warren for NPR news I'm Jeff Lunden in New York a federal judge Friday expressed doubt the White House could keep former national security adviser John Bolton's book away from the public saying the horse seems to be out of the barn the White House had sued claiming the book contains classified information and threatens national security it's scheduled for release next week in excerpts already have been published judge Royce Lamberth did not make an official ruling yet he says he wants to consider further the government's arguments against the book's publication I'm Nora Raum NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include Americans for the arts working with federal state and local arts agencies to support artists and arts organizations helping to heal the nation during this pandemic more at Americans for.

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