17 Burst results for "Kristen Brody"

"kristen brody" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

The Brookings Cafeteria

04:34 min | 3 weeks ago

"kristen brody" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

"Welcome to the brookings cafeteria the podcast about ideas the experts who have them. I'm fred dues. Disparities between black workers and white workers and employment and labor force participation existed long before the krona virus pandemic and the economic recovery following easing of kobe nineteen restrictions. That's been felt unevenly especially for black teens. My guest today discusses her research on this problem. Shares policy ideas for a more equitable economic recovery. Kristen brody is a fellow in the metropolitan policy program at brookings and a professor financial economics on leave at dillard university in new orleans. You can follow the brookings podcast on twitter at policy podcasts. Get information about and links to all our shows including tolerance since the breaking straight podcast. The current events podcast. Kristen welcome to the bookings cafeteria. I'm happy to be here. So one of the areas of research that you've been looking recently is tracking the us unemployment rate by race ethnicity over the past few months. Can you review that data for our listeners. In particular the overall figures for black workers versus white workers. Sure so i've been checking this since the beginning of the pandemic actually but if we look at the last three months so be. Us unemployment rate in may was five point eight percent but if we break it down by race for white people it was five point one percent asian american five point five but tino was much higher at seven point three in black lives the highest nine point one percent for black workers. So we'd go. To june july things get better overall by july so it went out slightly engine to five point nine percent but the down to five point four percent overrun and so we saw these decreases where other races well so for black. It went from nine point. One down to eight point two july for way in may from five point one percent down to four point eight end-july still see the black unemployment rate is by far the highest at eight point two percent in july. Then you also break it down further by gender and also by aids in my understanding. Is that the unemployment rate for black women and younger. Black men and women are higher than all of those averages. Right delauro is interesting. Because end-july the unemployment rates for all of the other groups went down whether slightly or more significantly for everybody except for black teams ages sixteen to nineteen so between june and july. Their unemployment rate went from nine point three percent up to thirteen point three percent so comparing so for the us it went from five point nine to five points where white women age twenty five percent down a four point. Five white men by point to down a four point nine sixteen to nineteen nine eight point two right so those are just some of the comparative rates so it was interesting to see that for black teams. It went up significantly. Even for latino hispanic teens. It went from thirteen point two down to ten point eight. Do want to get to some of your views on the causes and solutions here in a minute. But there's this other data point that we hear a lot about and that you talked about some of your research. And that's the labor force. Participation rate is a different thing than the unemployment rate. Can you explain the listeners. What that is how the different from the unemployment rate. And then what do you see in the data for labor force participation rate again when you break it down by race when you break it down by gender and age those such factors so so the labor force participation rate is the percentage of the working age population that is the civilian non institutional population. It's sixteen or older that is in the labor force. So what does it mean to be on the labor force. It measures how many americans are working or actively seeking work so it's the some of the employee. Population and unemployed workers are unemployed population. Where unemployed means a person who is out of a job but has looked for work within the last four weeks. So if you don't have a job and you've become discouraged. You haven't looked for a job within the last week. Then you don't count in that rate. So while what workers labor force participation rate jumps from sixty.

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"kristen brody" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

03:50 min | 2 months ago

"kristen brody" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"Get back together. Yeah hidden aniston. Hello yeah please run please. that's like my number one. I will be sad for myself because it means. I can't have pit but like so happy always so happy about it. It's a good game. I need to think of who else love to see. Get back together to bring it back to the hills. I wouldn't mind. Kristen brody. yeah. I wouldn't mind it. I wouldn't mind a lot. Drina and justin bobby say because it does seem like justin. Bobby has turned a corner. He's now like this. Zen chaka's are centered. Ready to like move on from the douchebag ary that i think he was in his mid twenties that whole conversation that he had with his dad was really touching and also like nothing puts things into perspective then thinking about someone's mortality which is what he had to do with his dad. Do you think justin bobby is now ready for serious relationships or do you think that that's what he thinks. He's supposed to be feeling at this point. His life is ready. If it's the right girl he's totally ready. If it's the right girl. I agree with amy. The right girl is in china. I think they much history to ever make it work again. That's my opinion. I think the way he hugged his dad and that was like a long hug. A real hug was so sweet. That i was just like. He's ready this guy. What do you say okay so. I really like justin. Bobby but i do think that he's the most media trained i think of everyone and just because he carries himself like he's a pirate from the caribbean doesn't mean that he's not like very very smart about how he goes through things. I remember when we talked to him. He was like yeah. I never drink when we're filming. And he's like because i saw how i was a couple of beers in me and i look like an idiot and so i stopped doing that and so i think that he's like all right. If i'm going to be on this show. I wanna make sure that like i have control over how i'm perceived how he's perceived right now is the guy that gives like really great advice. You know he's staying out of the drama. And so i think in the next iteration him. Yeah and the next iteration going forward. It's like okay. We have to bring your dad in. Okay well we're going to bring my family in. And then what are we gonna talk about. We gotta talk about families. We're talking about family and we got to talk about what my family is going to look like going forward. I think he's super polished almost like producing his own storyline. So i don't know if. I believe that he is ready to settle down. I don't know if he's ever going to be. I think he's just endless summer. Dude gonna follow the waves the rest of his life. And that's just going to be as thing he's gonna find a lovely girl it's gonna follow the waves with them and then have a couple babies. They're going to be of hippies and cool. They're going to be like dean and pray gray. Was that totally. Yeah so that is a perfect comparison because ceylan is perfect to get dean like. He's still quirky and weird and all his everything but she kind of keeps him on the straight narrow. Is that saying well. She's also been like pretty valuable in terms of doing things that he wants to do but they go travel together. They do like instagram posts from like thailand. Weird places and i feel like that's something that justin bobby wants to do. He just wants to travel partner kerr rats but they also bought a house in vegas with a beautiful yard like sushi's kinda like y'all do that with you but we're still going to have this like stability and this nice house and this like place delay our heads and like a home or have children and i'm sure they have a van and a minivan. Yeah no state taxes in nevada. It's a smart move. Fall is right around the corner. Which means school. Don't worry macy's is the ultimate back to school destination to not only does macy's have all the clothing styles.

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"kristen brody" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:03 min | 3 months ago

"kristen brody" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It is Tuesday, the 22nd Day of June. Good as always to have you along everybody. Yes, Voting rights is on the agenda today in the Senate, a try by that body to begin debate on what Congressional Democrats say is their biggest priority, But we direct your attention on this Tuesday. To the other side of the rotunda and a hearing by the House Select subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis. Guest of Honor. One Jerome Powell, There was the usual potpourri of congressional questions for the Fed chair. And his usual catalog of answers. In his remarks, though, chair Powell did take pains to point out that the worst of the Corona recession has fallen mostly on black and Hispanic Americans, noting specifically how their unemployment rate is still disproportionately high market plays a Nancy Marshall Ganz er gets us going with a look into that The overall unemployment rate for May was 5.8%, the rate for Hispanic workers was more than a percentage point above that for black workers more than 3% points higher, And so it's like, Well, why is that Kristen Brody is an economist at the Brookings Institution. I think much of it is structural racism. When you think about who was able to get vaccinated first, it was People that had broadband who probably had such. Brody says People of color may have less access to training and education or employers might discriminate against job applicants because of their race. Rebecca, given who teaches Labor studies at Rutgers University, says it's also the ability to live in a place with good transportation quality housing access to affordable Child care If you don't have housing, transportation or child care, it's hard to work. Also given says Black and Hispanic workers are more likely to have low paid service positions, and some of those jobs were automated. During the pandemic, Tulane University economist Gary Hoover says We won't see those jobs again. Remember, There was a time when we had elevator operators. That's a job Once it left. It never came back and never will. Hoover says it could take more than four years for the unemployment rate for black and Hispanic workers to get back to where it was before the pandemic. Which even then was higher than the overall jobless rate. I'm Nancy Marshall Ganz er for marketplace you might remember, But maybe not. It's been busy. I know that back in May, President Biden said the United States would send 80 million vaccines to other countries by the end of June. We're almost there. Less than 10 Million doses are reported to have been sent so farm there is no shortage of vaccines, the White House says. It's a logistics thing. Marketplaces Samantha Fields is on the increasingly busy supply chain desk today. Lot needs to happen to get vaccines from one country to another and into people's arms. You don't want to just put vaccines on a plane wave goodbye and hope for the best. Joshua Me show at the Kaiser Family Foundation says it's an enormous challenge just from the US perspective. There are three different vaccines that they are donating. At the moment, Each of the vaccines may have its own. Transportation requirements, cold storage requirements, and most countries have their own regulatory requirements, Rebecca Weintraub at Harvard Medical School says right now that is one of the biggest hurdles, some countries have decided to conduct clinical child on their local populations before authorizing the use of the vaccine. You can imagine the delay. Many countries also need other supplies. In addition to the vaccine, says Allah Valente at the research company Forester. What those countries need is first of all to be able to have the syringes that they need to administer the vaccine. They also need enough people who are trained and authorized to give shots. Valenti a says both of those are things the U. S. Could help supply if the U. S also contributed the human capital to be able to, um good at these countries and help with that distribution effort. I think that would go a long way and there is a very long way to go. In most countries in Africa, for example, less than 1% of the population has been vaccinated. I'm Samantha Fields for marketplace. On Wall Street today. Traders don't care about Jay Powell. They don't care about vaccines. They are just doing their thing. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. Mhm. On the docket of the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry. Tomorrow is a hearing.

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"kristen brody" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:04 min | 3 months ago

"kristen brody" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Tuesday, Tuesday, the 22nd Day of June. Good as always to have you along, everybody. Yes, Voting rights is on the agenda today in the Senate to try by that body to begin debate on what congressional Democrats say is their biggest priority, But we direct your attention on this Tuesday. To the other side of the road Tundra and a hearing by the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis. Guest of Honor. One Jerome Powell, There was the usual potpourri of congressional questions for the Fed chair. And his usual catalog of answers in his remarks, though, Sure, Pal did take pains to point out that the worst of the Corona recession has fallen mostly on black and Hispanic Americans, noting specifically How their unemployment rate is still disproportionately high marketplace Nancy Marshall Ganz ER gets us going with a look into that. The overall unemployment rate for May was 5.8%, the rate for Hispanic workers was more than a percentage point above that for black workers more than 3% points higher, and so it's like, Well, why is that? Kristen Brody is an economist at the Brookings Institution. I think much of it is structural racism. When you think about who was able to get vaccinated first, it was People that had broadband who probably had jobs. Brody says People of color may have less access to training and education or employers might discriminate against job applicants because of their race. Rebecca, given who teaches labor studies at Rutgers University, says it's also the ability to live in a place with good transportation quality housing access to affordable Child care If you don't have housing, transportation or childcare, it's hard to work. Also given says Black and Hispanic workers are more likely to have low paid service positions, and some of those jobs were automated. During the pandemic, Tulane University economist Gary Hoover says We won't see those jobs again. Remember, Uh there was a time when we had elevator operators. That's a job once it left. It never came back to and never will. Hoover says it could take more than four years for the unemployment rate for black and Hispanic workers to get back to where it was before the pandemic. Which even then was higher than the overall jobless rate. I'm Nancy Marshall Ganz er for marketplace you might remember, But maybe not. It's been busy. I know that back in May, President Biden said the United States would send 80 million vaccines to other countries by the end of June. We're almost there. Less than 10. Million doses are reported to have been sent so farm there is no shortage of vaccines. The White House says. It's a logistics thing. Marketplaces Samantha Fields is on the increasingly busy supply chain desk today. Lot needs to happen to get vaccines from one country to another and into people's arms. You don't want to just put vaccines on the plane wave goodbye and hope for the best. Joshua Me show at the Kaiser Family Foundation says it's an enormous challenge just from the US perspective. There are three different vaccines that they are donating. At the moment, Each of the vaccines may have its own. Transportation requirements, cold storage requirements, and most countries have their own regulatory requirements, Rebecca Weintraub at Harvard Medical School says right now that is one of the biggest hurdles. Some countries have decided to conduct clinical trials on their local populations before authorizing the use of the vaccine. You can imagine the delay. Many countries also need other supplies in addition to the vaccine, says Allah Valente at the research company Forester. What those countries need is first of all to be able to have the syringes that they need to administer the vaccine. They also need enough people who are trained and authorized to give shots. Valente says both of those are things the U. S. Could help supply if the U. S also contributed at the human capital to be able to, uh good at these countries and help with that distribution effort. I think that would go a long way and there is a very long way to go in most countries in Africa, for example, less than 1% of the population has been vaccinated. I'm Samantha Fields for marketplace. On Wall Street today. Traders don't care about Jay Powell. They don't care about vaccines. They are just doing their thing. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. Kind of I'm on the docket of the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry. Tomorrow is a hearing entitled examining.

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"kristen brody" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:50 min | 7 months ago

"kristen brody" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Thistles, all of it from W N. Y. C. Matt Katz filling in for Alison Stewart. Today, a new documentary series called Murder among the Mormons chronicles the trio of bombings that devastated the Salt Lake City, Mormon community and 1985. And why details of the events were widely unknown. Until now, we'll speak with directors John Hess and Tyler Missem and later a documentary called The Truffle Hunters, follows a group of men in Piedmont, Italy, on the search for the extremely valuable White Alba truffle. With the help of their loyal trouble sniffing dogs, Directors Michael Dweck and Gregory Kershaw. Join us. We'll get to all of it on Matt Katz filling in for Alison Stewart, and I'll meet you on the other side of the news. Live from NPR news. I'm nor RAHM. Senate Democrats have agreed on the treatment of jobless benefits and encoded relief package. Compromise was announced by West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin. It would extend unemployment benefits of $300 per week through September 6th. This would apply to households with incomes under $150,000 a year. Agreement appears to clear the way for the Senate to begin voting on the package. The legislation also includes direct payments of up to $1400 to most Americans, money for covert 19 vaccines and testing. And a two state and local governments. Most Republicans oppose it is too expensive, White House press secretary Jen Psaki says. It's what's needed, the president believes and economists believe, and experts believe that in order to get this pandemic under control in order to get people back to work, we need an infusion of this size package because the twin crisis we're facing, that's what would meet the moment. Sake says the president welcomes the support of Republicans. But his priority is to get the package through Congress to deliver relief to the people. The World Health Organization is calling for the suspension of patents on covert vaccines. MPR's Jason Beaubien reports the head of the World Health Organization, tables had not Gabrielle ASIS says the W. H O is backing a proposal put forward by Indian South Africa at the World Trade Organization to do away with patents on covert vaccines during the pandemic. Pedro says the current international treaty governing intellectual Property rights contains provisional allowing for them to be suspended during an emergency. And we believe in Dublin who believes that this is a time Trigger that provision. And wave. I didn't Right. Some pharmaceutical companies have started licensing their patents to rival manufacturers, but most have fiercely opposed efforts to lift patent protections for their vaccines entirely. Jason Beaubien. NPR news stocks opened higher Friday following an unexpectedly bright unemployment report. NPR's Amy held has more. The economy gained 379,000 jobs last month and the unemployment rate dropped slightly to 6.2% hiring in leisure and hospitality, driving the gains. Economists are optimistic as more Americans venture out to spend on dining, shopping and traveling, but there remains a long way to go to make up for pandemic losses. With more than nine million fewer jobs today than a year ago. Kristen Brody's policy director for the Hamilton project at the Brookings Institution, We are headed in the right direction, but not fast enough. So the unemployment rate did come down slightly for all groups except African Americans. The pandemic has had a disproportionate financial impact on communities of color, worsening existing racial disparities. Amy held NPR news..

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"kristen brody" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:36 min | 7 months ago

"kristen brody" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Today on one A. It's the global edition of the Friday News round up South Paulo is rolling out. New restrictions is the number of covert cases continue to rise. The country has the world's second highest covert death toll after the United States That's due in part to a more contagious variant of the virus, which has now spread to more than two dozen countries. Meanwhile, France and Germany make a hard you turn on the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine and the situation in Vienna. Margo's from Dad to worse. That's all ahead on the Friday news round up on one end Live from NPR News. I'm nor RAHM. Senate Democrats have agreed on the treatment of jobless benefits and encoded relief package compromise was announced by West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin. It would extend unemployment benefits of $300 per week through September 6th. This would apply to households with incomes under $150,000 a year. Agreement appears to clear the way for the Senate to begin voting on the package. The legislation also includes direct payments of up to $1400 to most Americans, money for covert 19 vaccines and testing. And a two state and local governments. Most Republicans oppose it is too expensive, White House press secretary Jen Psaki says. It's what's needed, the president believes and economists believe, and experts believe that in order to get this pandemic under control in order to get people back to work, we need an infusion of this size package because the twin crisis we're facing, that's what would meet the moment. Sake says the president welcomes the support of Republicans. But his priority is to get the package through Congress to deliver relief to the people. The World Health Organization is calling for the suspension of patents on covert vaccines. MPR's Jason Beaubien reports the head of the World Health Organization taters had not Gabrielle ASIS says the WH OSE backing a proposal put forward by Indian South Africa at the World Trade Organization to do away with patents on covert vaccines during the pandemic. Pedro says the current international treaty governing intellectual Property rights contains provisional allowing for them to be suspended during an emergency. And we believe in Dublin to believe that this is a time Trigger that provision. And wave. I didn't Right. Some pharmaceutical companies have started licensing their patents to rival manufacturers, but most have fiercely opposed efforts to lift patent protections for their vaccines entirely. Jason Beaubien. NPR news stocks opened higher Friday following an unexpectedly bright unemployment report. NPR's Amy held has more. The economy gained 379,000 jobs last month and the unemployment rate dropped slightly to 6.2% hiring in leisure and hospitality, driving the gains. Economists are optimistic as more Americans venture out to spend on dining, shopping and traveling. But there remains a long way to go to make up for pandemic losses with more than nine million fewer jobs today than a year ago. Kristen Brody is policy director for the Hamilton project at the Brookings Institution. We are headed in the right direction, but not fast enough so the unemployment rate did come down slightly for all groups except African Americans. The pandemic has had a disproportionate financial impact on Communities of color, worsening existing racial disparities. Amy held NPR NEWS You're listening.

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"kristen brody" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:02 min | 7 months ago

"kristen brody" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR news. I'm Laxmi saying the U. S. Is coming off a stronger than predicted month for American workers. 379,000 jobs added to payrolls in the month of February. Assessing the Labor Department's monthly report out today. Wells Fargo senior economist Sarah House says she expects the economy will get back the nearly 10 million jobs lost to the Corona virus pandemic. It will still take up probably another year and a half, maybe two years to get those jobs back, which is a long time, but it's actually a lot faster than what we've seen in in prior recovery. So, for example, it's about twice as fast is what we stopped coming out of the great recession. NPR's Amy held has more in today's jobs. Report. Economy gained 379,000 jobs last month. And the unemployment rate dropped slightly to 6.2% hiring in leisure and hospitality, driving the gains. Economists are optimistic as more Americans venture out to spend on dining, shopping and traveling. But there remains a long way to go to make up for pandemic losses with more than nine million fewer jobs today than a year ago. Kristen Brody's policy director for the Hamilton project at the Brookings Institution. We are headed in the right direction, but not fast enough. So the unemployment rate did come down slightly for all groups except African Americans. The pandemic has had a disproportionate financial impact on communities of color, worsening existing racial disparities. Amy held NPR news millions of unemployed Americans who are a risk of losing their pandemic related assistance. This mother Waiting for the newest $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package to get through the Senate in the coming days. Republicans are dead set against the size of this package. NEW YORK Governor Andrew Cuomo's administration is confirming top aides altered a report a nursing home deaths. But officials insist there was no effort to hide the true number of deaths from the public during the pandemic. Details from NPR's Brian Mann Cuomo faces a maelstrom of scandals, including claims he made inappropriate sexual advances and accusations his team deliberately withheld accurate nursing home death data in explosive reports, The New York Times and Wall Street Journal detailed how Cuomo's top aides altered a key document last summer. It would have disclosed a higher tally of nursing home seniors who died from covert 19. New York's Health Department issued a statement acknowledging those changes were made. Spokesman Gary Holmes said the more accurate information was withheld because Cuomo's team quote was not satisfied. The data had been verified. The Cuomo administration now acknowledges more than 15,000 nursing home residents have died so far during the pandemic. Brian Mann. NPR news At last check on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrial average was up 171 points since the open more than half a percent at 31,097. The SNP's risen 15 points and the NASDAQ is down 34 points. This is NPR news and support for NPR News comes from Morgan Stanley,.

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"kristen brody" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:31 min | 7 months ago

"kristen brody" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"News. I'm Laxmi saying the U. S. Is coming off a stronger than predicted month for American workers. 379,000 jobs added to payrolls in the month of February. Assessing the Labor Department's monthly report out today. Wells Fargo senior economist Sarah House says she expects the economy will get back the nearly 10 million jobs lost to the Corona virus pandemic. It will still take up probably another year and a half, maybe two years to get those jobs back, which is a long time, but it's actually a lot faster than what we've seen in in prior recovery. So, for example, it's about twice as fast is what we stopped coming out of the great recession. NPR's Amy held has more in today's jobs. Report. Economy gained 379,000 jobs last month. And the unemployment rate dropped slightly to 6.2% hiring in leisure and hospitality, driving the gains. Economists are optimistic as more Americans venture out to spend on dining, shopping and traveling. But there remains a long way to go to make up for pandemic losses with more than nine million fewer jobs today than a year ago. Kristen Brody's policy director for the Hamilton project at the Brookings Institution. We are headed in the right direction, but not fast enough. So the unemployment rate did come down slightly for all groups except African Americans. The pandemic has had a disproportionate financial impact on communities of color, worsening existing racial disparities. Amy held NPR news millions of unemployed Americans who are a risk of losing their pandemic related assistance. This mother Waiting for the newest $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package to get through the Senate in the coming days. Republicans are dead set against the size of this package. Your governor Andrew Cuomo's administration is confirming top aides altered a report a nursing home deaths, but officials insist there was no effort to hide the true number of deaths from the public during the pandemic. Details from NPR's Brian Mann. Cuomo faces a maelstrom of scandals, including claims he made inappropriate sexual advances and accusations his team deliberately withheld accurate nursing home death data in explosive reports, The New York Times and Wall Street Journal detailed how Cuomo's top aides altered a key document last summer. It would have disclosed a higher tally of nursing home seniors who died from covert 19. New York's Health Department issued a statement acknowledging those changes were made. Spokesman Gary Home said the more accurate information was withheld because Cuomo's team quote was not satisfied. The data had been verified. The Cuomo administration now acknowledges more than 15,000 nursing home residents have died so far during the pandemic. Brian Mann. NPR news At last check on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrial average was up 171 points since the open more than half a percent at 31,097. The SNP's risen 15 points and the NASDAQ is down 34 points. This is NPR news. This is W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm Kate Hinds, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, suggesting that Governor Andrew Cuomo ought to step down as you've been hearing Cuomo's facing allegations that his administration under reported covert deaths and nursing home as well as accusations of sexual harassment by two former staffers. W. N. Y. C this morning, DiBlasio says. If the governor does leave office, the work of the people of New York will continue the healthcare situation getting better the bite administrations here. That's the real X factor the bite administrations here and they're moving the vaccine supply and the things that we need to happen are happening. Earlier this week, Cuomo said he had no intention of leaving a job he said he was elected to do. We'll have more on this story later today on all things considered. Former covert advisor for the Biden administration, says Governor Cuomo's decision to relax public health restrictions is coming too soon. Given the spread of the Corona virus variants and why you infectious disease specialist Dr Celine Gounder urged patience. I'm concerned because people are letting up their guard. At the time when this new variant is spreading, and we may setting ourselves back. I think we may be creating more pain for ourselves. She says the average person needs to keep wearing masks engage in social distancing and getting vaccinated when they can. Movie theaters are allowed to open today in New York City at 25% capacity, an indoor dining increased to 35% capacity last week. Now look at the weather. It's sunny outside and the temperatures in our regional right around freezing, although it is 35 degrees in Manhattan, and that will be the pattern for the weekend. Sunny and.

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"kristen brody" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:42 min | 7 months ago

"kristen brody" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Nation ship to close in lasting ways. So what's the clothing that's getting you through? And what do you think fashion will be after a period when fashion mattered less share your thoughts after this news? Live from NPR news. I'm Laxmi saying the U. S. Is coming off a stronger than predicted month for American workers. 379,000 jobs added to payrolls in the month of February. Assessing the Labor Department's monthly report out today. Wells Fargo senior economist Sarah House says she expects the economy will get back. The nearly 10 million jobs lost the Corona virus pandemic. It will still take up probably another year and a half, maybe two years to get those jobs back, which is a long time, but it's actually a lot faster than what we've seen in in prior recovery. So, for example, it's about twice as fast is what we saw coming out of the great recession. NPR's Amy held has more in today's jobs. Report. Economy gained 379,000 jobs last month. And the unemployment rate dropped slightly to 6.2% hiring in leisure and hospitality, driving the gains. Economists are optimistic as more Americans venture out to spend on dining, shopping and traveling. But there remains a long way to go to make up for pandemic losses with more than nine million fewer jobs today than a year ago. Kristen Brody's policy director for the Hamilton project at the Brookings Institution. We are headed in the right direction, but not fast enough. So the unemployment rate did come down slightly for all groups except African Americans. The pandemic has had a disproportionate financial impact on communities of color, worsening existing racial disparities. Amy held NPR news millions of unemployed Americans who are a risk of losing their pandemic related assistance. This mother Waiting for the newest $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package to get through the Senate in the coming days. Republicans are dead set against the size of this package. NEW YORK Governor Andrew Cuomo's administration is confirming top aides altered a report a nursing home deaths. But officials insist there was no effort to hide the true number of deaths from the public during the pandemic. Details from NPR's Brian Mann Formal faces a maelstrom of scandals, including claims he made inappropriate sexual advances and accusations his team deliberately withheld accurate nursing home death data in explosive reports, The New York Times and Wall Street Journal detailed how Cuomo's top aides altered a key document last summer. It would have disclosed a higher tally of nursing home seniors who died from covert 19. New York's Health Department issued a statement acknowledging those changes were made. Spokesman Gary Holmes said the more accurate information was withheld because Cuomo's team quote was not satisfied. The data had been verified. The Cuomo administration now acknowledges more than 15,000 nursing home residents have died so far during the pandemic. Brian Mann. NPR news At last check on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrial average was up 171 points since the open more than half a percent at 31,097. The SNP's risen 15 points and the NASDAQ is down 34 points. This is NPR news Live from KQED News. I'm Brian what Oakland's uptown station has been sold again. The Bay Area News group reports that the CME group sold the office.

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"kristen brody" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:56 min | 7 months ago

"kristen brody" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Dave Mattingly, the U. S economy added 379,000 jobs last month. That's the sharpest gain since last October, and more than economists were expecting. Labor Department also says the nation's jobless rate ticked lower in February. 26.2% Kristen Brody at the Brookings Institution says it appears jobs and travel and tourism are beginning to bounce back. One of the areas that where we saw gains is leisure and hospitality. People are starting to travel more and plan to travel more. The stronger numbers air out being reported as more people in the U. S, or getting vaccinated against covert 19 and more states are easing restrictions. Texas is lifting it statewide mask mandate next week, Coben 19 vaccine providers in the US or expressing concerns that some people might misunderstand the effectiveness of Johnson and Johnson's single dose vaccine. As will Stone reports. The first doses of that vaccine became available this week. Some patients are nervous that the Johnson and Johnson vaccine is brand new. Others may here it's less effective based on clinical trials. But scientists say it rivals the others when it comes to preventing serious illness. So far, there are few reports of patients turning down the shot. But some states are trying to spread the vaccine around evenly to dispel any perception that only certain vulnerable groups are getting it. This is NPR news. From KCRW. I'm Cherry Glaser with state and local headlines. Lawyers who successfully sued San Diego County to allow outdoor high school in youth sports to resume Say they've reached a settlement that would get the games matches and meets going statewide. Under the proposed deal with the state, any county could resume youth sports once they get to 14 covert cases or less per 100,000 people. Regular coronavirus testing would be required. Attorney Stephen Grabbing, says he's been in contact with the California Interscholastic Federation hors cf about it, and the organization is eager to resume. We got a letter from their counsel. Basically saying, we've worked out a way want more, but this seems to be okay, but it wasn't wasn't a commitment, but it certainly was a good step towards getting this resolved. Under the settlement, it would still be up to individual school district decided. Indoor sports like basketball and volleyball can resume. Under current state guidelines. Most indoor use sports are prohibitive unless a county reaches the lowest tears, orange and yellow. On the state's reopening framework. You should be wearing two masks. That's the latest guidance from California public health officials, they say double masking is an effective way to improve fit infiltration, meaning greater protection. This follows the CDC report from last month, and it comes as several states the country like Texas have loosened. Coben 19 restrictions. Governor Gavin Newsom says California is taking a smarter approach. We are encouraging people basically to double down. Mask wearing particularly in light..

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"kristen brody" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"kristen brody" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In Los Angeles. I'm Chi reveal it is Thursday. Today the 17th of September. Good is always to have you along everybody. Let's Start with China today show it's been a while since we've checked in on the state of the world's most significant economic relationship strained is a good word to use what with he's still ongoing trade war in the Trump administration's pushback against Chinese technology. See also Tic tac. And we've got some new numbers that help us quantify the extent of that strain. Long term investment between the two countries. Things like your factories and putting money into startups. Is it a nine year low marketplaces? Scott Song has the lay of the economic land. The point of US tariffs is to make manufacturing in China too expensive and get companies to leave. Some have, but there's little evidence factories air coming to the U. S, according to the report. It was called written by the National Committee and U S. China Relations Commission. President Stephen Orleans says the jobs that left China when elsewhere so Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia share Lanka other places, but it did not bring manufacturing back to the United States. Chinese investment in the U. S is also down because of the pandemic recession and because Washington is suspicious of Chinese companies like Tic Tac. And that's put pressure on Beijing to retaliate against foreign companies in China till Oh, Hanneman is with Rhodium Group, which co author of the report, Foreign companies may be hesitant to further deepen their footprint inside of China, they might diversify away from their Chinese manufacturing bases of the next couple of years. That's especially true in strategically important sectors like semiconductors. He expects US China investment to continue in other areas, Disney opening theme parks in China or Chinese clothing factories shipping their products here to Hanneman. This matters in the big picture. We know from history that two way trade And investment and integration decreases the risk of conflict. If China really is isolated at the country, one of the biggest risk for all of us will be higher risk of Syria's military confrontation. In the first half of 2020 US. Long term investments in China fell 31%. I'm Scott tongue for marketplace where you spend a whole lot of time on this program, looking at numbers that tell us something about us and this economy that we live in and every now and then exactly what those numbers measure and how they measure it. It's a bit of a tweak to give us a better picture of what's going on case in point, the latest data from the Census Bureau in which they noted a change in the way they look at households, adding an option for people to specify whether their relationship assuming there in one Whether it was a same sex, marriage or partnership marketplaces. Kimberly Adams has more on that change in 2019. The census estimates there were nearly a million same sex households in the U. S about 58% included married couples. The rest unmarried partners, Cherita Gruber, who studies LGBTQ issues at the Center for American Progress. Says. This new data doesn't capture all kinds of relationships, some trans or bisexual couples, for example, But it's still good to have federal data is incredibly important for how Congress decides to allocate money for programs. For instance, says Rose Crider, a family demographer at the Census Bureau, federal agencies that have programs that they administer based on marital status. You need this information in order to accurately predict Who's going to be using certain programs. The census found that same sex couples participate in the labor force at a higher rate than opposite sex couples, almost 85% compared to just over 80% 1. Possible reason LGBTQ folks suffer from an income gap as compared to the heterosexual Standard. Peer's Spencer Watson runs the center for LGBTQ, Economic Advancement and Research. The higher Labor Force participation is likely reflecting the fact that they have to Work more in order to make comparable amount of earnings. The new information in the survey could help educate employers, says Kristen Brody, policy director of the Brookings Institution's Hamilton Project. So this gives them that information without well having Tio have conversations that they may or may not want to have it. Where And that says Brody could help inform training around diversity and inclusion in Washington. I'm Kimberly Adams for Marketplace on Wall Street today, varying degrees of not so great. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. One of the many things that are weird about this Corona virus economy is how it's hitting some industries really hard. Some industries almost not at all. And then some industries real hard at first, but now much less so. Housing falls into that last category. So we have called the mortgage broker here in l. A. Who we know Vivian Geller is a partner at Pacific Trust Group. Vivian. It's good to have you back on. Hi. Thanks for having me back on. So what a difference. Six months make right. We talk to you in march at the beginning of all this, and suffice it to say it was not looking great in real estate mortgages, open houses being canceled all of that stuff. Has it been? Um, It's been crazy kind. Yeah, it's been. It's definitely been Ah, crazy last six months and quite honestly, it's gone in a totally different direction than I would have anticipated. The market's completely picked up we're at, you know record lows and interest rates, which is feeling the real estate market. And in fact, it's been busier than ever. Who is buying houses now, because because it seems to me that makes a difference, right? Yeah, pretty much. It's you know, we're seeing bars that air salaried well prepared to buy houses. It's a little different more difficult for self employed borrowers right now because the banks are doing an extra level due diligence to make sure that He's self employed borrowers qualify for the loans. You know what they're asking for business bank statements, and they want to see those deposits going into the business. So it's been tough for those who are self employed by your salary than you have, you know, a W two job. It's It's not so that the problem, of course, is that so many people are self employed or in the gig economy. And I imagine you must have conversations with your would be clients to say. I'm sorry we can't do it. Oh, yeah, definitely, especially here in Los Angeles, where we haven't You know, huge population that self employed. It makes it really hard, especially people in production. You know that are not working right now, So it's been. It's been very difficult for both refinances and for purchases, basically had to tell them that we're just going to have to wait until Work picks back up for them. Well, it's so let's get to the until part right because there's a lot wrapped up in that phrase. As you know J Palace it yesterday. Interest rates are going to be low as far as the eye can see. The pandemic is still in control of this economy, Suss out your business for me for the next I don't like your 18 months. Yeah, I think it's going to continue to be really busy. As long as interest rates stayed low. It's going to be very, very busy. The banks are probably going to continue to make it a little tougher, self employed borrowers. Some banks have actually already said that the self employed bars have to bring larger down payments. Going to qualify, so it may be difficult for those bars, but the low interest rates they're going to continue to fuel the real estate market. No question with the copy out here that you're in Los Angeles, a major metropolitan area. I'm sure you have colleagues in other parts of the country. What are you seeing of this phenomenon that we keep hearing about of people? Ditching big cities and saying, You know what? I can work from anywhere. I don't have to be here where real estate is. Hi. I'm going to move. Tio Tomas, Iowa. Absolutely true. We've seen so many clients here moved to Palm Springs and Santa Barbara. So yes, we're seeing a lot of that. But we're seeing that happen. San Francisco, New York Los Angeles. People are just moving to where they want to be not necessarily in a big city Geller she's at the Pacific.

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"kristen brody" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"kristen brody" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It is Thursday. Today, the 17th of September. Good is always to have you along everybody. Let's Start with China today show it's been a while since we've checked in on the state of the world's most significant economic relationship strained is a good word to use what with he still ongoing trade war in the Trump administration's pushback against Chinese technology. See also Tic tac. And we've got some new numbers that help us quantify the extent of that strain. Long term investment between the two countries. Things like your factories and putting money into startups. Is it a nine year low marketplaces? Scott Song has the lay of the economic land. The point of US tariffs is to make manufacturing in China too expensive and get companies to leave. Some have, but there's little evidence factories air coming to the U. S, according to the report. It was co written by the National Committee and U S. China Relations Commission. President Stephen Orleans says the jobs that left China when elsewhere so Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cheryl Inca other places, but it did not bring manufacturing back to the United States. Chinese investment in the U. S. Is also down because of the pandemic recession and because Washington is suspicious of Chinese companies like Tic Tac, and that's put pressure on Beijing to retaliate against foreign companies in China. Kilo Hanneman is with Rhodium Group, which co authored the report. Foreign companies may be hesitant to further deepen their footprint inside of China, they might diversify away from their Chinese manufacturing bases over the next couple of years. That's especially true in strategically important sectors like semiconductors. He expects US China investment to continue in other areas, Disney opening theme parks in China or Chinese clothing factories shipping their products here to Hanneman. This matters in the big picture. We know from history that two way trade And investment and integration decreases the risk of conflict. If China really is isolated as a country, one of the biggest risk for all of us will be higher risk of AH, Syria's military confrontation In the first half of 2020 US. Long term investments in China fell 31%. I'm Scott tongue for marketplace. We spent a whole lot of time on this program, looking at numbers that tell us something about us and this economy that we live in and every now and then exactly what those numbers measure and how they measure it. It's a bit of a tweak to give us a better picture of what's going on case in point, the latest data from the Census Bureau in which they noted a change in the way they look at households, adding an option for people to specify whether their relationship assuming there in one Whether it was a same sex, marriage or partnership marketplaces. Kimberly Adams has more on that change. In 2019. The census estimates there were nearly a million same sex households in the U. S about 58% included married couples. The rest unmarried partners. Cherita Gruber, who studies LGBTQ issues at the Center for American Progress, says this new data doesn't capture all kinds of relationships, some trans or bisexual couples, for example. But it's still good to have federal data is incredibly important for how Congress decides to allocate money for programs. For instance, says Rose Crider, a family demographer at the Census Bureau, federal agencies that have programs that they administer based on marital status. You need this information in order to accurately predict. Who's going to be using certain programs. The census found that same sex couples participate in the labor force at a higher rate than opposite sex couples. Almost 85% compared to just over 80% 1. Possible reason. LGBTQ folks suffer from an income gap as compared to the heterosexual CIS gendered Piers Spencer Watson runs the center for LGBTQ, Economic Advancement and Research. The higher labor force Participation is likely reflecting the fact that they have to work more in order to make comparable amount of earnings. The new information in the survey could help educate employers, says Kristen Brody, policy director of the Brookings Institution's Hamilton Project. So this gives them that information without people having Tio Have conversations that they may or may not want to have it work. And that says Brody can help inform training around diversity and inclusion in Washington. I'm Kimberly Adams for Marketplace on Wall Street today, varying degrees of not so great. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. One of the many things that.

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"kristen brody" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"kristen brody" Discussed on KCRW

"It is Thursday. Today, the 17th of September. Good is always to have you along everybody. Let's Start with China today show it's been a while since we've checked in on the state of the world's most significant economic relationship strained is a good word to use what with he still ongoing trade war in the Trump administration's pushback against Chinese technology. See also Tic tac. And we've got some new numbers that help us quantify the extent of that strain long term investment between the two countries, Things like new factories and putting money into start ups. Is it a nine year low marketplaces? Scott Song has the lay of the economic land. The point of US tariffs is to make manufacturing in China too expensive and get companies to leave. Some have, but there's little evidence factories air coming to the U. S, according to the report. It was co written by the National Committee and U S. China Relations Commission President Stephen Orleans says the jobs that left China when elsewhere so Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia share Lanka other places, but it did not bring manufacturing back to the United States. Chinese investment in the U. S is also down because of the pandemic recession and because Washington is suspicious of Chinese companies like Tic Tac. And that's put pressure on Beijing to retaliate against foreign companies in China till Oh, Hanneman is with rhodium Group, which co authored the report. Foreign companies may be hesitant to further deepen their footprint inside of China, they might diversify away from their Chinese manufacturing bases over the next couple of years. That's especially true in strategically important sectors like semiconductors. He expects US China investment to continue in other areas, Disney opening theme parks in China or Chinese clothing factories shipping their products here to Hanneman. This matters in the big picture. We don't from history that two way trade And investment and integration decreases the risk of conflict. If China really is isolated as a country, one of the biggest risk for all of us will be higher risk of AH, Syria's military confrontation In the first half of 2020 US. Long term investments in China fell 31%. I'm Scott tongue for marketplace. We spent a whole lot of time on this program, looking at numbers that tell us something about us and this economy that we live in and every now and then exactly what those numbers measure and how they measure it. It's a bit of a tweak to give us a better picture of what's going on case in point, the latest data from the Census Bureau in which they noted a change in the way they look at households, adding an option for people to specify whether their relationship assuming there in one Whether it was a same sex, marriage or partnership marketplaces. Kimberly Adams has more on that change. In 2019. The census estimates there were nearly a million same sex households in the U. S about 58% included married couples. The rest unmarried partners. Cherita Gruber, who studies LGBTQ issues at the Center for American Progress, says this new data doesn't capture all kinds of relationships, some trans or bisexual couples, for example. But it's still good to have federal data is incredibly important for how Congress decides to allocate money for programs. For instance, says Rose Crider, a family demographer at the Census Bureau, federal agencies that have programs that they administer based on marital status. You need this information in order to accurately predict. Who's going to be using certain programs. The senses found that same sex couples participate in the labor force at a higher rate than opposite sex couples. Almost 85% compared to just over 80% 1. Possible reason. LGBTQ folks suffer from an income gap as compared to the heterosexual sex gender piers Spencer Watson runs the center for LGBTQ, Economic Advancement and Research. The higher Labor Force participation is likely reflecting the fact that they have to Work more in order to make comparable amount of earnings. The new information in the survey could help educate employers, says Kristen Brody, policy director of the Brookings Institution's Hamilton Project. So this gives them that information without having Tio have conversations that they may or may not want to have it work and that says Brody could help inform training around diversity and inclusion. In Washington. I'm Kimberly Adams for marketplace on Wall Street today, varying degrees of not so great. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. One of the many things that are weird about this Corona virus.

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"kristen brody" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"kristen brody" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The fires and the smoke West coasters or dealing with among the Army of firefighters, the formerly incarcerated who now have a better chance of helping out here under a new California law marketplaces, Mitchell Hartman reports Back in 2012 Brandon Smith was serving time for two felony convictions in California. He got an opportunity to join an inmate Crewe and fight forest fires. I went to fire can't because it was the highest paying job while incarcerated. I wouldn't be behind for concrete walls with 100 people overcrowded. I could go see my family and the food was the best food while being incarcerated. He earns $24 a day and came to love it. Seeing all these families of the homes that we help say that they all have these flags and they're saying Thank you. Thank you. Thank you Recently, my sense of worth. I felt like I was giving back to the community. He got out of prison two years later and started looking for work, but There was no way the U. S Forest Service count fire. Any local fire agency would hire me his criminal record and the fact that he was on parole barred him from getting certified as an emergency medical technician. And Mt. Certification is a prerequisite in most places for becoming a firefighter. Last week, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a new law allowing former inmate firefighters to have their low level felony convictions expunged. That could allow more black men to become firefighters, says economist Kristen Brody at the Brookings Institution's Hamilton Project. Most city firefighters are white. While more than a quarter of inmates in California prisons are black, they could actually become an aunty or a firefighter upon release, allowing them to earn significantly more money and they would have otherwise. Pay starts around 40,000 year and can rise well above 100,000. The new law has its critics. The Peace Officers Research Association of California said in a statement that allowing former offenders who fought fires toe have their criminal records expunged immediately doesn't allow adequate time for them to fully reintegrate into society. The law does not apply to inmates convicted of murder, arson, sex crimes and other serious felonies. Former inmate firefighter Brandon Smith, who founded an organization to help people like him transition toe work. Says multiple felony convictions like his make it harder to benefit. The bill is most effective to people who you would consider first time offenders, he says. The state needs all the new firefighters that Khun get right now about 2500 inmates are working California's wildfires and no one's.

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"kristen brody" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"kristen brody" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"And your kids have about money and don't worry. We keep it fun. Listen to million zillion a show that helps dollars make more sense subscribe wherever you get your guests. The fires and the smoke. West coasters who dealing with among the army of firefighters. The formerly incarcerated who were trained under a new California law marketplace's Mitchell Hartman reports back in twenty twelve Brandon Smith was serving time for two felony convictions in California. He got an opportunity to join an inmate crew and fight forest fires. I went to fire camp because it was the highest paying job while incarcerated, I would be behind four concrete walls with hundred people overcrowded. I can go see my family and the food was the best are being incarcerated. He earns twenty four dollars a day and came to love it seeing all. These families of the homes that we say and they all have these flags are saying. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you a recenter. My sense of worth I felt like I was giving back to the community. He got out of prison two years later and started looking for work but there is no way. The US force service CAL fire any local fire agency would hire me his criminal record and the fact that he was on parole barred him from getting certified as an emergency medical technician and emt certification is a prerequisite in most places for becoming a firefighter last week California. Governor. Gavin newsom signed a new. Law allowing former inmate firefighters to have their low level felony convictions expunged that could allow more black men to become firefighters says, economists, Kristen Brody at the Brookings Institution's Hamilton project most city firefighters are white while more than a quarter of inmates in California, prisons are black. They could actually become Ansi or a firefighter upon release allowing them to earn significantly more money than they would have otherwise pay starts around forty, thousand a year and can rise well above one hundred thousand. The new law has its critics the Peace Officers Research Association of California said in a statement that allowing former offenders who fought fires to have. Their criminal records expunged immediately doesn't allow adequate time for them to fully reintegrate into society. The law does not apply to inmates convicted of murder arson, sex crimes, and other serious felonies former inmate firefighter, Brandon Smith who founded an organization to help people like him transition to work says multiple felony convictions like his make it harder to benefit. The bill is most effective to people who you would consider first time offenders. He says, the state needs all the firefighters that can get right now about twenty five hundred inmates or working California's wildfires and no one's getting a break on the fire lines I'm Mitchell Hartman for marketplace. The price of crude oil traded in new. York. Is Up sharply two point three percent with the drenching rains of Hurricane Sally Reaching Mississippi Alabama Florida panhandle. I'm David Brancaccio. This is marketplace morning report. From. APM American public media..

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"kristen brody" Discussed on Rover's Morning Glory

Rover's Morning Glory

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"kristen brody" Discussed on Rover's Morning Glory

"Has anyone been paying attention to the wrong Jeremy? Thing I mean I've had this I. Never got to this story few days. Ron Jeremy the porn star was arrested. For Rape. If you guys been following this. All all I know about is learns about magnitude. He said WHO's Ron Jeremy. How come on stop the Hedgehog that? Would I know him from. Sorry I'm not really paying attention to the guys in Pornos. He's the world's most famous male porn star of all time I would say right. I'm not watching porn man. The guys like six you don't you don't have the name or the legend right? I mean you don't even have to. See Him in a porno. You just have never heard of Ron. Jerry. No one's ever made a Ron Jeremy Joke or anything. Nobody's ever made a joke I. Know who he is, but I just figured it was like an actor or something. Well then you don't know who he is, if you. You thought Ron Jeremy so you would recognize Ron Jeremy. You just thought he was a Hollywood actor. Wall I actually recognized them. Because of that show me, it's snits. Watch rick and MORTY. He looks a lot like one of the cartoon characters in the show, but I've only seen him. He's made cameos in hold on a second, so you recognize him from that. Is that based on him? Since no, not even so you can't recognize him from that then. No well I mean I. Don't know if he's based off. What do you mean? How can you recognize someone that's? African American character he is, but he has that same hostage where he's bald on top, and has the long hair to pretty unique look, but that doesn't mean that you then because he watched that on Rick and Morty that you recognize Ron, Jeremy. That would have to depict Ron Jeremy on Rick and more so perhaps it does I think that they that they look alike so. It's my personal preference. Anyhow he, he. He's being held I. Don't know if he if he bailed out, but the last I saw six point six million dollar bail. And He has a bunch of charges against him. He allegedly raped a thirty year old woman at a West Hollywood bar in July of twenty, two, thousand, nine hundred. And then in two thousand, seventeen, allegedly sexually assaulted two women. Thirty three and forty six years old at the same bar. What bar is by the way where I. Mean What's going on at this place. And they also claim that in May of two thousand fourteen. He raped a twenty five year old woman at his at a home in West. Hollywood. According to homer his home, just as at home doesn't necessarily say. His home okay. I think it's the Rainbow Bar and grill in West Hollywood has been okay. Corey thing Coriolis. Yes, Oh, yeah, we go! I want to reject dinner one time there because course. Famous places Saha Rainbow. Room will now. Is in New York. Yeah, I mean the Rainbow Rainbow Right. and. That's where he was. He's just raping chicks in there. I well. This manager is defending him saying he's this kind of a groper. He's very touchy but I. Don't think he right people. He's not Ron Jeremy side. Yeah but I mean he wouldn't necessarily know I. Mean One woman that. Now she's not part of this. Of the charges, but won't one twenty two year old woman named Kristen Brody Sued Ron Jeremy and Seattle for allegedly sexually assaulting her during an event at a sex shop. And twenty seventeen, where she worked as a promotional model for K., I. S. W. Radio where I have the work. And she says that. Ron Jeremy groped her breast and buttocks than forcefully digitally penetrated her. and. She sued Ron Jeremy after she says that local authorities declined to press criminal charges against him. His lawyer of course denies this but I mean this is this is. I don't know what to make of this. I guess I. Don't know all of the details I was hoping that one of you had had read up on these details. What's alleged in the indictment in these rapes? The one in Seattle was just that he and I. Don't mean this to minimize it. I'm I'm saying. Just, because it sounds like these other ones are more serious. But the one in Seattle, he's groping her. He's grabbing her boobs grabbing her ass. And then she claims that he slipped a digit upper. She's wearing a mini skirt. With a Thong and food group, or maybe Noth I. Slipped a digit now he's claiming. At least in that case, he's like look. I'm a porn star. People are taking photos with me. All the time and and women want me to grope them. They're consensual when I'm groping them. It's like Kinda like thing. I, said not likely. Are you kidding me? That's the worst excuse I've ever heard. Very lucky. You take a photo with the boxer. What does he do? He pretends to punch you in the jaw. Right in the photo. He's a porn. Sorry, says people expect me to grab their ass or put small towards probably walking up to the chicks going. You know who I am, let's get. Him. He's had an apparent people know him unlike you. He's going up. What picture with me? He acted. That was so great. What did he? Do. You mean the quick one two. Let's get a photo. To be there. What did he do? After the digital. It's not. It's just a, he's just saying. The digital. What instrumentation! That's word! Isn't it Cheon? In Sertanio. It's actually not what is the word Are you going to dump it if I it? INSERTION There you go. Why would I dump the word search that we weren't supposed to say? Stuff should have dumped concert. Worth Ron because I think you're gonNA. Go with that. Anyhow. Gosh, so. Flat you don't think women are are Willingly groped by this guy and groping him. Groped by no I. Don't think they are and I think that's why he's in court, so I went to hold on a second so I'm sure you could find photos of probably every guy on the show if you go back through the years. Where we're at an event or an appearance or a fan, meet up or something, and it's a photo of us with our hands on a chicks boobs yet. To Ever Fan, meet up. You'll see one with Jeffrey with his face on them. So is that then if dealer does that is? Is He guilty of sexual assault, or was that woman a willing participant at the time I think. It's hard to say honestly. either. You had to be I know how. So, I would say no. I mean this is I. Mean I can't tell you the number of times that women have all signed. My boobs grabbed my boobs like at my ass in the photo. Yes, yes. But to you. It's well I. Don't know. Time though you can't do that anymore this now. This is in the past that he was doing all these photo. It seems like Some of these charges weren't that long ago from what I saw. Well a few years ago..

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"kristen brody" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"kristen brody" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

"Every time I've ordered it's been fantastic and everyone has loved loved the stakes in meals that you can create from the Omaha steaks boxes Brody Jenner was spotted with yet again another blonde Brianna junk worth Brody Brody Brody It's just it's funny because we talked about this last time with a you know a possibility of a kristen brody connection if Christine was to make some appearances on the hills and we had said Brody's probably No Kids Kinda guy kind of guy and of course like three days later. He's brought it with Brianna. Who has a child? She is a mom She is the mother to Freddie rain. Who is also Louis Tomlinson's child from direction You know that was always an interesting situation because all of a sudden Louis had announced he was a daddy didn't really have a girlfriend and seemed like maybe a a very short-lived relationship between Louis Brianna. But a if you go to her instagram she posts a Lotta pictures of him. In a he is so freaking cute. It's unbelievable so cute but obviously Brody Brianna hanging out all day. Daily Mail wrote that they were seen on the beaches Mahboob with friends that brody was giving her piggyback ride and then on their instagram stories. For the rest of the night there are posting the same content. They brody's posting of a giant Jenga game. She's posting of a giant Gender Games. Obviously they spend all day together and it's just funny because I said this you rea- Immediately just went issue blonde and was like obviously Rhody Jenner. Strictly dates blondes. It's incredible it's truly incredible when you look at the stats. You See. Ask girlfriends every single. One of them's blonde. Besides Jenny Bunny hills year ago. Like this guy he doesn't change it up. I respect that he has one tasty goes for it every single time. I thought he was dating. Daisy Keach but I guess not. That moved on really quick. Maybe it was just a quick bang like say and I think that You know this is just another. One of Brody's girls. We're going to see him with her. They're going to move on from it and then we'll see him with another blunt who really impressed me if he gets with a Brunette or read right. I'd like to see that. But who knows? And how old is this woman? Twenty eight Oh age-appropriate Yep like see it. I know it's it's like you said at this point like we've talked about. Oh With this person and we I always think like Oh. That's brody has a new girlfriend or whatever and none of them are ever actually girlfriends. They're just like I feel like flings. There's always a new one. Josie was a legit girlfriend. Yeah time yes. Oh not up for that. Respect Josie definitely asked. But it's it's the the the names on this one really caught my eye because as someone that has always followed the lives of the members of one direction. I was just chuckled to myself. When I saw this Combo it was just like how our obviously everybody in Hollywood whatever in small towns small town she I believe. She's a stylist. So that's probably has a bunch of a bunch of connections. Probably how she met Louis in the first place and now they're now she's hanging out. Jenner.

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