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"lacey pe" Discussed on Talking Journeys of Belonging 2 Blackness
"Her second in policy, , which we look forward to hearing more about welcome glory are you having me? ? Oh thank you so much for joining us in your kicking off our season two of the podcast series. . So what a way to start the fall? ? Oh, this , is incredible. . I'm glad to be a guest I am a fan of your work. . In addition to just enjoying the book itself, , I'm a fan of what you've been able to accomplish with well red black girl particularly in the way of used the platform of of a literary network to intentionally highlight narratives that are often ignored or ones that disappear from her collective consciousness as to African descended womanhood, , the beauty and diversity of our voices experiences I enjoy speaking to people like yourself and I often wonder how is this person get here? ? What was their journey like? ? Why do they do what they do? ? So you ready to get into it? ? Yes, , I am. . Act One call to adventure. . As a writer entrepreneur, , of course, there , are paths that we take and processes that we engage in to get us to where we are today, , and sometimes we do that. Emotionally, . , we have spiritual processes, , intellectual ones, , and so on. . How did you become interested in doing the work you do today? ? Well, , it was a long and Berry unexpected journey and I think it really started for me at Howard University by alumni really supported me feel seen in loves and space where black women aren't always valued our university boosted lifted me up. . So it was there that I countered Zora Neil hurston and Tony Morrison and my Angelo, , all incredible authors that allowed me to see myself more clear in allowed needs to really start to think about who I wasn't the world in the work that I wanted to do, , and originally I majored in journalism and I minored in geology and I was always surrounded by just incredible people that motivated me whether it's my professors my best friends I just always had a beautiful reflection to someone saving mealy you can do this and whether it was reading pursuing journalism, , I, , always find courage is supported and I think that's the main takeaway from my spirit's is becoming not. . Yet or do serve the festival and so many other names. . It's having a support system being passionate and being able to identify what your vision is. . Jahns I've been able to say without a doubt that my purpose to really be of service to other black women and help uplift them in a leary space yawns I gained so much joy from that. . I didn't know that was what I was going to be doing when I was a freshman in college, , but it just organically happened as I started pursuing my career. . Network in meeting other people it just services evolved this beautiful way. . So years later, , we well red black girl but I know that seed was planted on campus our university I, , like fat because and maybe this is just my own personal perspective of going to a Pwi a predominantly white institution that it's not to say that you don't have professors that encourage and cultivate you your skills, , your interest but I wonder if if it's something about going to an HP, see , you that it's like Hashtag black excellence all around and then you. . Just really entrenched in that moment of Oh, , you dig Tony Morrison to, , and it's not like we have one week where we covered Tony Morrison then that's it. . No, , it's extends like it's like the whole life cycle like I think back when I was a freshman I taught at a school that was called the Maya Angelou Public Charter school and I don't think I could have done that anywhere else but in DC as a student at Howard University and those moments gave me again the sense of purpose of helping. Other . children and working in space with other black students and working with black professors just around we twenty four, , seven that I didn't have I didn't have a chance to second-guessed took away. . Any doubt I had when I was at a randomly whites all as a high school student and then when I graduated I, , just have the sense of I mean in. . Regards like entitled to myself were that I felt like I do anything united feels token is any way because I knew
Get Ready to Watch Disney’s Live-Action Mulan from the Comfort of Your Couch
"Hello everyone and welcome it is the Gui pre have to recap of all the things that are going to have happened for the week of August thirty first one, twenty four. My name is Bruce and let's start with Gui. Pick the week. There are few choices this week but I'm GonNa go with the boys season two. It's coming out this week on Amazon Prime they're back to expose the truth about the seven I have yet to see the first season I have wanted to but I just haven't had time but I'll probably take somebody's Amazon prime account and just watch it. All right for TV pages on Monday nothing Tuesday. NBC has the premiere of the transplant and a and he has the finale of what it's worth for Wednesday CBS as the finale of tough as nails. Thursday ABC has the finale of to tell the truth you as network has the finale of cannonball and f x x has the finale of cake for Friday nothing. Saturday HBO has premiere of spies in disguise and for Sunday knit none. For DVD's you have blood quantum and rogue and you've never heard of either one of these movies and you'll never hear of again for on Line Services. Net flicks, bookmarks season one, the chef's table barbecue season one I'll fondue Dari classless away season one I'm thinking of ending things season one prime like I said, you have the boys season two and for Disney you have Milan vis is the remake that they WANNA put out in theaters but they couldn't. So they're gonNA charge you an extra thirty bucks to watch it. For Video Games coming out this week you have crusader kings three for the P. C. M. X. versus ATV all out for the switch. Tell me why chapter two for the xbox One and the PC. Door Amman story of success for the PS four Marvel's avengers the PS four xbox one PC NBA Two K. Twenty one for the PS four, xbox which and PC and Tony Hawkes pro skater one and two for the PS four xbox one an PC. Fergie Y news you've got new episodes of gigs under the influence. Smack my paycheck deeply upsetting from the mouth of Manus Geek father and beautiful disasters. For one more thing yesterday Ubisoft announced that it will remove the raised fist imagery from the opening cinematic of its new mobile game com clancy's elite squad following widespread criticism that the game's intro plays right into right wing conspiracy about the black lives matter movement elite squad, which came out for the IOS and android. Last week begins with a narrated video laying out the game's premise with paints protest movements as fronts for organization called Umbra a global terrorist network is trying to take over the world protesters claimed to promote egalitarian utopia for a popular support while. Behind the scenes umbra organizes deadly terrorist attacks to generate even more chaos and we governments, the narrator says at one point and then a series of black fists raised appear on the screen Yeah. That's stupid. This opening leads raise the outright conspiracy about the black lives matter movement protests, and other just movements which to cast them as fronts foreshadow organizations trying to stabilize world government Ubisoft has apologized on twitter but seriously dude, what were they thinking now? Not Fair UBISOFT has donated one hundred thousand dollars to the end of Lacey Pe- in the past. Also. The game developers are from. France I know that's not exactly an excuse. But still in this time of unrest, you need to be a little more careful We have enough people in this country right now that are spreading alt-right conspiracies but Yeah. This may not be the time to have a a story line like this.
Conscience of the Country: A Tribute to John Lewis
"Congressman John Robert Louis was born in Troy Alabama on February twenty first nineteen, forty, two sharecroppers, Willie Mae, and Eddie Lewis. He is known for telling the story of preaching chickens at the boy from troy as he was nicknamed went on to become revered world leader and fearless advocate for voting rights organizing sit ins in. Nashville in nineteen sixty and becoming one of the original freedom writers Mr Lewis joined the Movement for civil rights and never looked back. As the chairman of snake he served as the youngest speaker at the march on Washington in nineteen, sixty three. In nineteen, sixty, five alongside reverend hosea, Williams Congressman Lewis led a march for voting rights across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma Alabama where he endured violent attacks by state troopers and vigilantes. Mr. Lewis fell to the ground with a fractured skull and five months later, president Lyndon B, Johnson signed the voting rights act of nineteen, sixty five until now. On the other side of that bridge Mr Lewis marched on into a life in career of activism and public service. He lost his first attempt at running for Congress in nineteen seventy seven was appointed the same year by President Jimmy Carter to the Director of action a Federal Agency for volunteerism. He then won a seat on the Atlantic City Council in nineteen eighty one and five years later ran for Congress in one. So much of the conversation about congressman, John. Lewis has been about his activism, but he stood on so many legislative accomplishments including sponsoring or co sponsoring more than eleven hundred bills. One of the most notable bills gave us the National Museum of African American History and culture in two thousand three. He served as a subcommittee chair for oversight for the prestigious ways and means. Committee, and after the retirement of Congressman John Conyers. became the dean of the Congressional. Black Caucus in twenty nineteen, he presided over the House floor as Congress passed hr four. Since his passing the bill was renamed the John Lewis Voting Rights Act which was adopted by unanimous consent. Before being admitted to the hospital, MR? Lewis stood in the heart of Black Lives Matter Plaza. He took his last breath on July seventeenth twenty twenty. But his legacy lives on in all of us. We begin this John Lewis. Tribu. where he also began with civil rights joining me for this very important conversation are Vanita Gupta President and CEO of the Leadership Conference on civil and Human Rights Derek Johnson, president and CEO of the of Lacey Pe-. Reverend, Michael Pfleger the senior pastor of the faith community of Saint. SAVINA. Reverend Dr William J Barbour, the second president of repairs of the breach and Co Chair of the poor people's campaign. An latasha Brown, Co founder and chief doer of black voters matter. A thank you all so much for making time to talk with me today about on. John Lewis. So I want to start with I'm. VANITA. Because of your work at the Department of Justice of course. I believe the year before you got to DOJ. The the case, the decision that gutted the voting rights act shelby versus holder, and so I wanna hear from you on some of the things that you experienced working with Mr Lewis on the other side of that because we know that right after that, all of the advocacy picked up to reinstate section five to get the voting rights on provision where they needed to be in Congress. And so just talk a little bit about some of your work with Mr Lewis on those issues. Shore. Is Truly an honor to be here with my. Warrior colleagues and friends and loved ones in the movement. Especially on today Angela. I think probably all of us were in tears watching Mr Lewis Funeral you know twenty thirteen is you mentioned that United States Supreme Court gutted the heart of the voting rights act in a devastating decision the shelby county versus holder decision. That really took away the longstanding tool of one of the most effective pieces of federal legislation in our nation's history in the voting rights act. That quired states with long histories of racial discrimination in voting to pre clear with the United States Justice Department changes made at the local level for election practices that had racially discriminatory impact. And the removal of that tool within hours of that decision coming down for the United. States. Court states like, North Carolina Texas enacted, Monster? Voter. Laws doing everything from. Putting forth restrictive voting laws cutting back early voting same day registration. And it took years to litigate and to hamlet the Justice Department did working with advocates and activists in all states. Where so years for federal courts in a place like North Carolina finally say that the State legislators North Carolina had enacted there. Monster Voter Suppression Law would such surgical precision to disenfranchise African Americans and meanwhile countless elections had taken place but Mr Lewis of legacy was that in the face of this overwhelmingly bad decision for voting rights he immediately. Went to action, which is always his way was never in a would not allow despair to hold him back inside we need to do everything we can restore it in went to work with legislative partners in the Congressional Black Caucus to put forth a bill immediately to restore it on every prior reauthorization of the voting. Rights. Act angelides always been done under. The Watch of Republican president and at least one house of Congress being Republican the unfortunate thing is after this decision, the really has not been bipartisan support and but Mr Lewis Year after year would stand at the podium introduced the law in say or in it for the long haul I've been there before I almost lost my life fighting for this law. In one, thousand, nine, sixty five, and we will persevere to us and we've got to keep our eye on the prize and we're not gonNA. Let go until the day that the bill becomes law. So in this moment. On where we're seeing a lot of performance morning by Senate Republicans who obstructed day after day everything that he has stood for and fought for with his life. It is time not only for us to restore the voting rights act passed the voting rights advancement act but to do everything else that we can to ensure open voting and go beyond it as President Obama said today won't be enough to rest and return to the status quo. It is time for this country to unregarded into make our democracy work for all of us in Gulf Far Beyon- restoration of the voting rights act in this moment.
How Women of Color Are Shaping Our Democracy
"So I always like to start with everyone introduce do some cells but of course I also had to ask everyone a question along with that. So can you tell everyone your name where you work which you do and what has has been one of your favorite moments from this election cycle so far. I know there's so many to choose from because even though it's only January sorry this thing has been long. But what's one of the things that has been in the forefront of your mind. Hi everyone thanks so much for having me on the show My name is unleashes saying I am the Director of Judiciary Democracy Affairs at planned. Parenthood Action Fund. My main role is to make sure that we are linking and connecting the dots on why reproductive healthcare is so important and why the courts and democracy reform or so crucial for protecting our rights when it comes to reproductive health. Care one of the things I mean. There's so many things that have been I feel like monumental in this cycle but one of them is the fact that there are and have been so many women who were running for presidency and what that really means for communities of color what that means for communities across the board what that means for young people who are looking and seeing people represented on the screen when watching these debates when watching the campaign trail and seeing that reflection and then what that has meant for the conversation as well right. We've seen all the Democratic candidates. Come out in favour and support of reproductive rights in repealing the Hyde amendment all of which I truly truly believe we can pay tribute to the fact that there are so many diverse voices that are pushing each other to be bolder and vocally boulder in their policies. Hey you too often. I'm Richard from Los Angeles. California live here in the area. I'm the national director for the college. Division at the National Association for the events and of color people for now referred to as P and I have to so one of the last night when Elizabeth Warren said or she made the awareness known that all the women have not lost an election but all over to elections. I thought that was pretty. Shed asked I was like I think she's had a lot of iconic moments. Yeah I love the very visible presence and leadership of black woman the campaigns I love the chief of staff from Leon Castro's Camp I love watching Black Women for Warren and love watching black woman for Bernie. I mean this this notion that like there needs to be a special emphasis that is very public and other public for black women. So it doesn't matter you've ever moments in this campaign so far yes I do not like how many debates we're having and how late they are and how they they they are late imile. I'm emily career and I am the one of the national national campaigns directors at the League of Conservation Voters Lcd. We elect environmental champions At all levels of government and hold them accountable in two thousand. Eighteen were One of the top outside spenders in electoral politics spinning over eighty million dollars to help get environmental champions elected on the ballot I actually actually have to favorite moments I would say. The first is the fact that there is an Asian American presidential candidate. That's on the stage. Yes he's a man. It's it's the Asian American that's huge for is for the community. I would say the second. One is similar in terms of a diversity of of staff on these campaigns and the height. How hyped highlighted They are. It's very tough to be a minority as a political and to have that standard and to have that bar and feel like Minorities have an opportunity to work in this business. is huge It's really changing. The face of how campaigns are being put together and who's clean the lovers our next question talking talking about women of Color voters. We know that will be crucial to this election cycle. You can't win without us. That's just how it is and we are one at every four voters in Florida Texas Arizona and Georgia. How have you already seen women of color shape? This election cycle particularly the work that you do. I think this is like like such a crucial moment. And we've really seen this wave of engagement and energy and progress being made when you look at the Reproductive Justice Movement and special shout Out to groups like all above all and others that have really paved the way for reproductive health care and reproductive freedom reproductive justice issues and legislative policies. I mean they are responsible for the fact that we're seeing all these Democratic candidates saying that. They're they want to repeal the Hyde amendment though the push of the conversation and the narrative of in that direction has been particularly helpful with because of the leadership coming from reproductive justice organizations. And I would say I'm just to piggyback on that much planned. Parenthood you know we have seen affiliates as well and we were huge in the Virginia Sweep in November and Virginia affiliate Elliot endorsed sixty two candidates. That were pro-climate. Three of them were women. More than a dozen were women of color so you have folks like delegate Hashmi who who and also folks like Jinro Tucson who won their races Who ran on climate? Who ran on on on environmental issues? Who wants and to really advanced certain issues like climate change in everyday you know I guess highlight it at a level that necessarily may not be through the Lens of of a minority female now and especially in communities where they are Less not less equal. But we're the disadvantaged and have someone that can speak up in the fight everyday. I been away what I'm thinking about what you want said. There's been a wave of. I work with young people. Anybody twenty-five twenty-five younger that's my audience with young black people across the nation. We have over three hundred and thirty nine chapters across the country. I gained thirty two chapters last year alone. We work at twenty three thousand young people across the country and when we see Abrahams running last year and we went to polling places at Spelman and Morehouse in Atlanta in in Georgia Really got there are students got there and stood in line and realize that there were no outlets are there were no plugs of there. Were No Wires for the voting machines and it was young black women at those schools at Spelman who said to the end of the Lacey. Pe- we need to file a lawsuit because this is not how democracy should be working.
"lacey pe" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Five nine four four six seven three. And it's happening. When you have state Senator Cleo field of the former congressman of the first African American congressman, I think since reconstruction almost thirty years ago, he was elected he's going back for his old state Senate seat. It's in that context. And the context of all this change that you have this shameful relic of the past. That is still with us burning intimidating these these houses of worship houses of God. What do you think about that? And please answer our keep hope alive with Reverend. Jesse Jackson radio Twitter poll question should the man accused of committing the three recent black church burnings, and we. John hold and Matthews be charged with hate crimes. What do you think about that? We want to hear from you. How could he not be charged with hate crimes, especially given our nation's history. Today's toxic, social and political environment wealth FBI defines a hate crime. As thus quote criminal offence against your property or person motivated in whole or in part by offenders bias against a race religion disability, sexual orientation, ethnicity, gender or gender identity. Let's get a little background on this starting on March twenty sixth. Ten black Louisiana. Churches were set fire. The man arrested for these crimes is a twenty one year old white man named Holden Matthews who happens to be the son of a deputy sheriff in the district, these three black churches, Saint Mary Baptist church greater union Baptist church. Mount Pleasant Baptist church. They all served in and existed in their communities for more than one hundred years, and they've been burned to the ground. It has been confirmed that the fires were intentionally set and they were related and then Mr. Matthews was arrested and charged with three crowns of three counts of simple arson quote, unquote. And with each charge. He would have gotten fifty fifteen year penalty police said that the identified Matthews by tracking down the purchase history of the gas can found him the fires debris, and according to his the information on his phone GPS early reports stated that Matthew's father sheriff's deputy, ROY. Matthews who's been described as shocked and hurt that the news of his arrest. Well, the early reports said that he turned his son and that was not true. In fact, the Saint Landry parish deputy who is his father's boss said, quote, this case was solved with boots on the ground and butts in the air close, quote, all the churches were established in their communities as I shared with you one hundred years ago. What do you think about this police have yet to determine if these arson attacks paid crimes, but they end up Lacey pe- has called them hate crimes? They've also called them domestic terrorism. Think of four little girls Reverend Jackson actually there were five four were killed September. Fifteenth nineteen sixty three in Birmingham, Alabama think of the two year wave of black church arson attacks that prompted the nineteen Ninety-six congressional hearings at its end. So they started in nineteen ninety four straight throughout the southeast. And in fact, Macedonia church of God in Christ in Massachusetts. Was was burned the day that President Obama sworn into office. I mean twenty thirteen FBI dented more than thirty five hundred victims of racially motivated crimes. Sixty six percent of them were African American in twenty eight teen the FBI reported a seventeen percent rise in hate crimes across the country. In two thousand seventeen from two thousand sixteen hate crimes are on the rise. Everybody hate is on the rise Reverend Jackson. What do you say all of this? Of all the burning. Visit learned the haven from some. Some learned. Reason is learned behavior is. Crime. And he must face full of the law athlete written the controls terra Brennan. Lynching? And later name. Church and. Rate from nineteen years old. One child by the rapist. And she kept the guys. No, it was happening. And he hit twice and killed him. She will miss. Resist him. This terror is an awful things. A message is not going to work, but it's not gonna wreck we're not gonna give in. Well, you know in this so interesting that you would bring that Celia versus Missouri case in which it's frame court and the supreme court affirmed the slave owners right to rape her. Sensuali essentially legalizing the rape the raping of black women because she was considered property..
"lacey pe" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Various kinds of consumers, we have in the country in the very circumstances, Iran. So thinking about our retirees and those are getting up in age and whatnot. We have to think about their challenges a little bit differently. And having an agency function the way, it should be recognized that the versity that is American including the demographic, you speak up is he's sensual can end of Lacey pe-, this could be held a an event recently on visa, and I could not agree more on. And thank you for your work as a social worker therapist Dennis social workers. I thank you very much. And another issue that you brought up was lending. I think that is a huge issue that we need to address the US government has one point five trillion dollars out and student loans. And I think that that's another way where we can work together on K to cross US chamber of commerce house appreciated that you highlighted a lot of the problems that come with the student lending, the servicing problems, the statements, and all of the tools, the euro has can really address all can really help improve that process. Venda john. I think we have time for one more question. This is of she's brain radio programming from Wednesday. Thank you me on. My question is expected payday lending issues. What about or any way to require or increase the requirement on credit unions to develop products that will fill that space in terms of payday lending, and in terms of other credit rehabilitation type products, certainly there are a number of on the more predatory side there are products. But isn't there a way to start requiring that credit unions is support of their tax exempt status offer people with more challenged credit of these these products? Let me start out on that one. I couldn't agree more. There's a community reinvestment act that applies to banks across the board to credit unions in a different way. It's under. Reconsideration right now. And it seems to me that one of the ways that you can help address issues with respect to two small dollar. Short term loans is to encourage financial institutions, which are regulated which are examined to do it. This is not going to be able to do it on their own. They just cannot but with the help of the banking agencies. They can do that. So I agree completely. I would just say that we've we've seen some pretty decent products coming out of some of the credit unions, including my credit union attached to my church. So in essence, I was strong support that is certainly incentives established by the federal government to provide the kind of support that they need to be able to provide the protections provided these.
"lacey pe" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The Fairfax county and the state Republican party again, this is this is basically joining what are unlikely bedfellows together against a governor who's refused to step down. Despite both of those groups demanding say, I think the end I am shocked that they're involved they're protesting him. And they're not getting media coverage. The end of Lacey pe- usually has a hotline to all of the the usual suspects in the media. They're being ignored here. So that just goes to show you that the media's allegiances more toward the Democrats as opposed to the end of Lacey pe-, another groups here is w USA nine asking David Marsden about whether or not he believed governor, nor them in the first place. Helping Senator David Marsden kick off his reelection campaign Marsden initially called for Northerns resignation. Do you believe him when he's? Says he wasn't in the picture that I do believe. Life goes on. We have to we have to do the important things necessary. We can't just put everything on hold and sit around the governor has he got some things done in the veto session. That have never been accomplished before he really says he believes them having what just one more time limit here that the top of that helping Senator David Marsden kick off his reelection campaign Marsden initially called for Northerns resignation. Do you believe him when he says he wasn't in the picture that I do? Sure you do. Yeah. Well, you know, it's it's easy to say that you believe in because you can't prove that it's not him in the picture. You can prove that it is him in the picture. So it's easy to say. I believe I believe he says, he's not. That's not him. Yeah. All right. Well, we've got Jeff dove the former Republican congressional nominee. He was at the northern protest yesterday. We'll find out what it was like protesting the governor and get his perspective as well. Seven forty three wwl very. Five point nine m AM six thirty m. Emme personal fire. Washington comes to talk the cascade center for dental health has moved all new dental center in sterling they've got a brand new state of the art facility with the newest most advanced equipment and thank goodness. Because Dr.
"lacey pe" Discussed on 790 KABC
"So as I say boy going after Joe Biden. Biden sensitivities to the fears and anxieties of his white constituents help explain his positions on drugs and crime in the early nineteen eighty s and nineteen ninety s he was an ardent drug warrior and tough on crime democrat who hoped to outflank the Republican party on those issues winning ground from worried white voters one of my objectives. Quite frankly to lock Willie Horton up in jail. He said in one thousand nine hundred when he was chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee. Well, I don't know why that is just catering to white folks, it seems to me that being tough on crime should cater to pretty much everybody. But apparently that is the new racism, the new racism is you hold a view that the right of Bernie Sanders. That line which refers to a notorious political ad from the nineteen eighty eight presidential election gets to the heart of Biden's appeal in that era says he was working for voters who viewed cities and their denizens as carriers of crime and disorder who should be controlled if they couldn't be isolated essential work on the nineteen Ninety-four violent crime control and law enforcement act like Bill Clinton's later support for welfare reform was part of a larger effort to position the Democratic Party as both a defender of white middle-class interests. And as disciplinarian Biden himself was trying to take this path in the nineteen eighty eight election. No one is their past. However, and it's possible Biden his morally and politically redeemed himself through his association with Barack Obama's historic presidency. So in other words, Biden was a very bad man for supporting crimefighting, but then Barack Obama conferred on him racial legitimacy Biden says boy has been supportive of civil rights laws as well as a strong allied groups, like the end of Lacey pe-, he he checked the right boxes. However, he has only tentatively addresses intimate role in building the modern incarceration state. The question are simple are Biden's politics. Still racialist is his blue collar and middle. American appeals still implicit affirmation of white racial privilege, Biden is in trouble gang, Biden is in trouble. Anybody who is remotely to the right of Bernie Sanders is in trouble in this modern Democratic Party? All right coming up. We're going to talk about Donald Trump's new budget proposal. Democrats are very upset about it. Plus, we are going to get to a shocking story out of Sarah Lawrence college. I'll explain in just a minute first. We have to talk about cybercrime minute. You think cybercrime is something that happens to other people? You may think nobody wants your data or that. Hackers. Can't grab your passwords or credit card sales. But you'd be wrong stealing data from unsuspecting people in public wifi is one.
Donald Glover gets 5 nominations for NAACP Image Awards
"Ego childish Gambino have been nominated for five NWC CPI image awards clever is nominated for his acting and directing at Atlanta and childish Gambino got three nominations on the music side. Black Panther was nominated for fourteen awards with star Chad with bozeman and director Ryan Kugler nominated for entertainer of the year along with beyond say, LeBron James and Regina king. The fiftieth. Lacey pe- image awards honoring entertainers and writers of color will be held March thirtieth and Hollywood and aired live on
"lacey pe" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Not as the end of Lacey pe- is calling for the white governor. And the white attorney general to resign. You've got Planned Parenthood calling for the African American. Lieutenant governor has been accused of sexual assault to resign. It's this is happening. There's a split that's happening. And it's gonna be fascinating to watch. It's the same sort of split. We're gonna see between the socialists and the more Masha, we call them, moderate Democrats. I don't even know if they're moderate. They couldn't decide whether stand up there's two or three will never be a socialist country. They couldn't decide it was bad to look at each other to decide whether that was a good thing or not. So I think we're gonna see I think the Democrats are going to captivate are. Attention potentially even more than the tweeting president who has captivated well other than the fact that the media is going to ignore everything that met his speech or a lot of people are saying. Yeah, this this catalyst to Trump actually being stronger for reelection. Now after that. And that's what drove them all nuts. This why they had said we stand Nancy. Do we stand? Now. What do we do here because he he didn't go where they thought he was going to go. Trump is gonna I think Trump health his own chances. And I think the socialists will help his chances. And I think the Justin Fairfax is of the world who've been accused of sexual assault and the victim or the the purported victim is being ignored and denigrated that's gonna help Trump's causes. Well, because they're not going to be able to stand up and talk about his nasty conversations anymore. The way he treats women anymore because the Democrats it seems are deciding that they don't actually believe that the women should be heard, and that you should believe the woman the whole metoo movement is looking like quite the sham in the eyes of the democrat all be better when Alexandria Cossio Cortez runs the world, although the world's going to end by twenty thirty. As she. She won't be all well, she'll be old enough. I get it in wants. But be thirty five right? The world might end if you leading the world.
Lawmakers tour border after 7-year-old's death
"Is leading a Facebook protest. The end of Lacey pe- is calling people to log off Facebook social media platforms this week over reports that Russian hackers targeted African Americans in the two thousand sixteen election. According to the group Facebook's role in the spread of misinformation and disingenuous portrayals of black community is reprehensible Facebook responded today by saying it's grateful for the feedback and is listening. The social media giant noted that it has apologized for the security and privacy lapses and vowed to continue efforts to keep the platform safe and improve Tom Roberts NBC News Radio. Actress and director penny Marshall is dead. She passed away at her home in Hollywood hills last night from complications from diabetes. You're listening to the. Latest from NBC News Radio. Okay. So maybe you didn't finish or broke your New Year's resolution to get to the gym or start that project. You've kept on the back-burner since. Well, okay. The dawn of time. I get
"lacey pe" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"President of Atlanta ended up Lacey pe-, we have your Najah high lone wolf granddaughter of Louis Farrakhan, we have my homie. Hawkins from GPA Clark Atlanta university. He's the president there. We got you the panelists as our other panelists the entire w family. I want to see you there tonight at six PM. That's right came out in nineteen ninety nine eight man, you make me feel oh what was Rishaad Richie doing when no mope play in. A pastor. Troy was released. We can't even talk about that on the radio statute of limitation has not run out. Can't even discuss that four zero four eight nine two seven zero three man, I was a different person in one thousand nine hundred nine let's go to nefyn Stone Mountain nerve good day. Welcome. Hey, how are you? Question. Call who called in about Chicago. Remember when Trump has the state of the union address, and he made statements like he's going to you money's into the industry jobs like in against Detroit and Chicago and he talked about bringing back on the job training. Then he talked about putting money and building more vocational schools technical schools and things of that sort when that call a call, and I think she was a little bit of bit, you know, and she made the statement about why President Obama and Oprah want doing anything in Chicago in areas where the crime rate of gang activity is so high. Now when he goes that I want I just want to. I just want him. Believe me, I'm not on his bat at all. But some things, you know, you just listen to see where the man is coming from. I try to understand, and you really take very confusing. Anyway, when he said things like this. Is it because of a lack of these? Particular things put in place. Or black people or people of little to no income half knots in the hab. If things like that were to be put in place more. Who'd we turn things around in cities like that. Because it seems as though what Jennifer -cation in Atlanta, and all that we see going on in Atlanta that the have not quote unquote in Atlanta. Of being pushed out, so when they become pushed out of that landfill the crime rate, which in the eighties in Atlanta was extremely high. And now the crime rate in the city of Atlanta. It's so called going down now because the mayor and all have bad they're wanting crease the police board, and they're going to I guess paid them more. Now help me if I'm incorrect. This all seems like your systematic that they're allowing this to happen. Like that. When I want this to happen. Yeah. When I went to Chicago, I learned some interesting things and actually spoke to a couple of Chicago council members off record. And I went there to negotiate a peace treaty between two rival factions. On fifty fourth street in Chicago. And I was there by invitation because I'm a former gangster disciple myself, and I remember having a conversation with somebody who was in the know in politics and elected official. And he said to me say were shot the real job of our police is to keep south Chicago separate from north Chicago. He said that's their real job. And as long as they are doing that where the violence of south Chicago does not spilled into north Chicago, everything will continue to run as usual. Now. You all right with the. Emergence of opportunity calms transformation. That is something that is proven in our societal construct that is not happening in Chicago. This. You cannot police yourself out of what's happening in Chicago. Because was happening in Chicago is deeper than law enforcement. Remember law enforcement is reactionary. And here's another point. That does not that doesn't get the news. It should get. There's a lot of corruption is Chicago PD. There are corrupt actors and Chicago Chicago PD, they actually have a gang members who are part of the police force Ichikawa go. That's real. That's happening right now. You don't hear you don't hear media narratives about that reality. But members of the council of well to aware. They are well aware. So yes, ma'am, I agree with you. Opportunity would help this situation in Chicago greatly. So do you think that with the Geneva and the change in the city of Atlanta? And I'm just speaking about Atlanta becoming a global city, not the state itself the coming global, but the city global what's going to happen to the have nots in Atlanta. Being pushed out. Well, that's what we're fighting for them. We're fighting for their because the people that have been here for forty fifty sixty years making this city a remarkable city. There should be a government safety net for them. We're talking about bells of our elders who are on fixed incomes, and because there's this level of beautification through the process of gentrification because of this property taxes go up and they can't afford those property taxes. Well, we need to step in and help them we need to step in and help them. Now, you're limited in what you can do for people who are newly moving into the city it will become increasingly unaffordable without special programs, like affordable housing development, which is always arguable, by the way. But the folks that are here. Are elders who have made the city the great city that it is we as a community we as a government should do all that. We could do to issue that they remain in place. All right. Thank you feel like Reshad doing the good work that you're doing. Thank you..
"lacey pe" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"The. Last election and continues to engage in malign influence operations to this day FBI director Christopher way Ray with that warning. As we head toward a midterm elections, the Trump administration is, once again trying to show that it's taking the issue of Russian meddling in. The electoral process seriously the president has made it clear, that his administration will not tolerate foreign interference in our. Elections from any nation state or other dangerous actor press secretary Sarah Sanders joined by top intelligence and law enforcement officials Bill Rakoff CBS news Washington King County. Sheriff is asking local voters to approve a Levy on Tuesdays ballot radios Hannah Scott, tells you why Levy pays for the, regional eighths or, automated finger-printing team if voters don't renew it. Sheriff, Mitzi Joe Hank, says the team, would be gone leaving the. State crime lab which already has. A major backlog to deal with all the fingerprints. Causing delays and the crimes that affect us Daily her prowls burglaries car. Thefts would. Fall off the plate the Levy has been renewed for. More than, thirty years, but the sheriff says she turned concerns about tax and the clause in the, voter pamphlet, that says the money could be used for biometrics like facial recognition in the future. But she says right now, there's no. Money earmarked for, that a missing sixteen year. Olds in maple valley said, mama I'm going to the lake and I said have a good time pumpkin so you when you get home Celestis seen over that was two weeks ago. Alicia lo PAN's parents still KIRO seven that she didn't, take her phone and none of her friends have heard from her contact police if you have information, he just found the energy is apologizing after a Seattle woman got temporary. Password that was a racial, slur Erica Conway is a longtime volunteer of the Seattle chapter. Of the end of, Lacey, pe- I click forgot password, and got a, temporary password from PSE and. It was capital in I g He says the password was a computer. Generated mistake that they're apologizing and say they're working to. Make sure that doesn't happen again it's a good day to look. At, Wall Street if you own apple stock today the iphone maker became the. First publicly traded company to be valued at one trillion dollars with a t. Shares of apple, closed up nearly three percent at two hundred. Seven dollars thirty nine cents time for.
"lacey pe" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"Mark leeann van camp show i'm jamie markley that's david van camp david van camp one of the few people i know that watched the rachel dole is all documentary on netflix yes it's called the rachel divide i kid you not oh my gosh i wish they could have chosen a different name but okay rachel dollas all if you remember that name is familiar she used to head up the spokane chapter at the end of lacey pe yeah she said that she was black woman she talked about her dad who was black who grew up in the south and faced all sorts of prejudice antic excuse me came out that she was in fact white yes and start deceiving people well i do take exception to that because it's it's a little more complex than me identifying as black or answering a question of are you black or white i was actually identified when i was doing human rights work in north idaho as first transracial and then when some of the opposition to something human rights work is suing came came forward and start the next saves paper article identified me as being a biracial woman okay you remember this whole story yeah frustrating to hear all that again one clip just as a side note there is an update on on her current situation because remember she facing welfare fraud charges right one of the interesting moments in that movie or i guess there are several of these moments when she tries to explain her experience to actual black people yes and the looks on their faces is priceless because they're looking at this lady like she's crazy no you can't because there is she saying well i mean i really did live the black experience for awhile and they're looking at her like no we really didn't you're a tourist is what you are right you like to wear black face to make yourself feel like a victim and you profit from that yes and that so that that's what it was anyway she her name is now nick in catchy diablo sorry in catchy diosdado is her name she was booked and fingerprinted at a washington state jail yesterday as she awaits trial on multiple charges including welfare fraud she has pleaded guilty to state charges of first degree theft by welfare fraud making false verification and second degree perjury last month because she got about eighty eight hundred dollars worth of assistance that she was not entitled to for childcare she has a new baby and so the state kind of looked at her records and said well wait a minute didn't you just sell a book right did you not get an advance on that book you really need public assistance here we know you haven't tried to you know fraud anybody before i know this is a weird question rachel but are you just out of curiosity is the name of that joe it was all the panelists black ladies the real oh yeah the real they got frustrated don't seem to answer the question straight on my my question is why not identify how you identify like why not give me the right side by by everybody else we are all entitled fifty correct exactly who we are in an to identify and we think it's kind of hard because you're not black that's one of my favorite clips could she'd been reporting that her income was less than five hundred dollars per month but the the state subpoenaed her bank records showed that she had deposited about eighty four thousand dollars into her account from late two thousand fifteen into twenty seventeen i feel terrible for the kid and she did not report most of it to the state harmon of social and health services that's one of the big takeaways from that whole movie is not only her son her older son but now this new baby that she has and even by the end of the movie through the whole thing it was you know the sun is definitely on his mom's side he's like i don't know why people are making such a big deal out of this and then towards the end when she's about to go back on the today show to talk to savannah guthrie about her book coming out he's begging her mom don't go on tv the other kids make fun of me now this is gonna stir all this up again and it is hard to see that because she is a fraud she she has offered personally off of a lie honestly and you.
Starbucks shuts 8,000 stores for anti-bias training
"Thirty one cbs news update some eight thousand starbucks locations will shut down this afternoon for employees antibias trading ceo yo howard schultz on cbs this morning we all have had a life experience and that life experience has provided us with a level of understanding that may be different than the level of understanding you have the mandatory training follows the racially charged rest of two black men at one of the chains philadelphia stores this jersey customer says good idea actually in support of it because i believe that something needs to be done not just locally but across the nation to try to address some of the things that are going on if it takes shutting down for a day i'm for that the session includes a short film and a lesson on civil rights cbs's to rica dunkin starbucks showing with civil rights organizations including the end up lacey pe to sort of create this curriculum as they call it to train their employees on diversity and antibias ubs news update i'm peter king andrew listening to www newsradio nine fifty multiple closures along ninety four this morning because of accidents wwe's tracy mccaskill has the details tracy and we are watching here in washington county this accident eastbound i ninety four at state street the road is closed with backups to ann arbor selene road you can try 'em fourteen as an alternate the westbound side of i ninety four is slow as well with backups to michigan avenue now jackson county were also watching westbound ninety four at exit one forty one elm avenue it's closed there due to an accident as well to get around that closure try using ann arbor road westbound to cooper street had north and get back onto i ninety four reporting live in the twenty four hour traffic center tracy mccaskill wwe j newsradio nine fifty wbz news time eleven thirty.
"lacey pe" Discussed on WTMA
"Identity released yet charleston county food service employees stands charged with attempting to pass contraband to inmates in the charleston county lockup tara hamilton along with inmate jackie ivan coke some are accused of dealing in cell phones cigarette lighter and drugs behind bars hamilton was attempting to pass the contraband items to coax him according to reports so she is now facing charges stay the department of corrections continues to work to keep contraband out of the state prisons it is now using a few drones equipped with high quality infrared cameras to watch for suspicious activities around the prison the command center monitors what the drones see here's corrections department director brian stirling so you're seeing technology to surveilled our prisons from the sky we're going to show up if people are coming into our prison up to new good there's a great potential that we're going to see them you all saw driving in here you didn't even know that drone was overhead so we'll be able to see you either day or night and efforts also continue to allow prisons to block cell phone signals from behind bars a judge has upheld the right of the city of myrtle beach to institute a traffic loop this weekend which is the weekend of black bike week end of lacey pe had filed a lawsuit charging traffic loop was discriminatory but the court disagreed civil rights organization however says it will fight on we may have lost the war is still going on a protracted battle we've been here for years fighting against injustice in myrtle beach we're not about to stop now we can't stop and we won't start in the meantime brenda bethune the mayor of myrtle beach says the traffic loop is to keep everyone safe the purpose of the traffic plan is in no way meant to cause frustration it truly is all about providing the safest environment we can for our visitors are community.
"lacey pe" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Local news stay here tonight he put on his facebook i was racially profiled by officers because i was driving a mercedes benz and going home in a nice neighborhood science possible right black it can happen right and a community activists in the area right black media activists went into the police station demanded to see the body cam file the freedom of information request he watched it and he says he totally contradicts what the end of lacey pe had says once i got a copy of bodycam as if he made the whole story like you said it's back a hundred years because think about all of the racial profile cases that are are true lying lying lying when we come back i'm gonna tell you what happened to this new jersey school board member who you just heard calling the cops chief skinhead and saying you guys hurt black people i'm scared of you that was an effing in salt all this kind of garbage what happened to her and what listeners most importantly what a local black community parents group that works with the school district said publicly that should happen her and about her this is going to surprise you also we're gonna compare that to our local mckinney city council member who's black who claim to be racially profiled and treated racists the backup then the body cam footage came out and showed he was a liar especially after last night in the city council meeting in mckinney this was all over the place being debated talked about publicly he may get censored but don't don't miss this comparison between these two next on the chris krok show with some new audio from last night and our phone number's eight hundred two eight eight wbz may.
"lacey pe" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Okay man if you have any other questions reference the court date maybe you can't make it just call the top speech or coordinates accord minister they'll work with you as far as scheduling another date for you oh how did he do she said quote you guys hurt black people i'm scared of cops she said that was an effing insult note i want you to call me ambulance she says i don't want to go to court now you want me to go to court alcohol sheena and your skin had caught chief too how did the cop do when faced with this vile disgusting hatred and racism from this woman her heart filled with hate how did the cop to do a great job didn't you i thought we saw great display of good versus evil let me also share with you the some audio from the head of local nwc pre cpi branch in south carolina he just got busted he lied and i've got the story from the local news stay here tonight he put on his facebook i was racially profiled by officers because i was driving a mercedes benz and going home in a nice neighborhood science possible right haze black it can happen right and a community activists in the area right black media activists went into the police station demanded to see the body cam filed a freedom of information request he watched it and he says he totally contradicts what the end of lacey pe had says once i got a company that bodycam says if he made the whole story i felt like you said it's back a hundred years because think about all of the racial profile cases that are are true lying lying lying when we come back i'm gonna tell you what happened to this new jersey school board member who you just heard calling the cops chief skinhead and saying you guys her black people i'm scared of you that was an effing in salt all this kind of garbage what happened to her and what listeners most importantly what a local black community parents group that works with the school district said publicly that should happen her and about her this is going to surprise you also we're gonna compare that to our local mckinney city council member who's black who claim to be racially profiled and treated racist the backup then.
"lacey pe" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Okay and i had a chance to chat with consider originally bill comes for offered to take the case he was a friend of my mother's the other thing that is of interest when alan herrick was deposing my father leonard tinker junior as part of the case he kept referring to my dad is economy and jan johnson looked at it and he said if you call my plan tommy one more time this deposition is over and the reason the one of the big reasons i think that the spring court took the case was because the fifth circuit ruled did end up lacey pe lapel buttons were protected and in fact the eighth circuit had ruled that black armbands were not so effectively you have a difference of opinion from the two circuits and that probably gets the supreme court in there to resolve the differences of opinion that leonard how old were you at the time of the case i was well when it happened i was twenty twenty and you were sick and university and i was soon as fall college and and we were meeting your sister and learning about the effect they akeso has had on her life well i still get phone calls three or four times a year from killing term papers gets and it's it's it's very simple they know came out in the morning and they know it involved or tooker so they called him on information and ask for tinker leonard tinker junior is a little hard to reach phone they kicked me instead and they will say did you have kids who are fans back in the sixties and i'll say no i didn't and they'll apologize for bothering me but i will say but i did have a brother and sister a couple of years ago a gal in saint louis park minnesota suburb of minneapolis put her eighth grade daughter in a car and they drove the moines and we spent three or four hours talking about it and i thought we could have done this on the phone and say five hundred miles of driving well thank you very much for.
"lacey pe" Discussed on The Daily
"So a lot of the tactics that you saw in the south north was doing but it just wasn't explicit about it didn't say we're doing this to maintain segregation even though that's what it was doing so the end of lacey pe begins the challenge segregation in the north and then all of a sudden the north no longer is very happy about brown board of education so in the beginning few white people in the north think that they have this problem they think that segregation is really a southern problem but once the end of lease ep turns its attention to the north the white people in the north star to respond it sounds like in almost the exact same way as those in the south absolutely in actually southern politicians very gleefully pointed this out that all of the white northerners were looking very hypocritical because they were fine with brown until brown came to their backyards and then they realized that the entire country was the south so it sounds like the fight for integration and this recurring resistance from white america stretches on for decades when would you say nicole the desegregation hit it's peak so if you're looking at when do we have the most black kids in school with white kids and we peak in nineteen eighty eight the pico desegregation nineteen eighty eight after nineteen eighty eight start to see more and more black children attending segregated schools this is largely because there's never been real desegregation in the north and many of the court orders that drove desegregation in the south have been closed out and as soon as those orders are closed school officials can do virtually anything they want to reciprocate schools as long as they don't explicitly say that they're doing it to be discriminatory and so we've seen a wave of recipro gatien across the south end just continuing segregation in the north and where we are right now is black children are attending schools that are about a segregated as they were in nineteen seventy two.
"lacey pe" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is fresh air and we're speaking with law professor adam winkler he has a new book which examines legal battles over the course of american history on whether corporations should be regarded as people in the eyes of the law it's called we the corporations how american businesses wonder civil rights throughout the twentieth century there were important advances in corporate rights and one of them actually involved the nwea c p it wanna a case which actually tended if i have your argument right here to expand corporate rights how did that happen oh that's right one of the things we see when we look through the history of corporate rights is that business corporations have been able to leverage victories by other kinds of corporations from nonprofit corporations from colleges from newspaper corporations and even from the n double a c p back in the nineteen fifties the southern recalcitrance who wanted to put the n double acp out of business use the fact that it was formed as a corporation to try to bring it down by using corporate law rules too so that show that the n double a c p had violated state laws and thus couldn't operate in southern states the supreme court rejected those cases and said that the n double acp did have a fundamental right of association to protect its membership and that same ruling would be cited by cases in the years to come providing more expansive protections for business corporations to fight off regulation and would be one of the foundations even of citizens united did the nwea cpr you that its members free speech rights their rights their freedom of expression was violated by this assault from from the state the end of lacey pe argued that its members freedom of association was limited by these efforts to shut the acp down and to try to get information about the membership and thurgood marshall took a case to the supreme court arguing that the nwea cpi even though it was a corporation was protected by the freedom of association and corporations would use that same precedent to fight for their own rights and indeed by the time of citizens united when the supreme court thinks about the nature of a corporation describes it as an association almost as if exxon were the same as the n double acp another important case involving.
"lacey pe" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is fresh air and we're speaking with law professor adam winkler he has a new book which examines legal battles over the course of american history on whether corporations should be regarded as people in the eyes of the law it's called we the corporations how american businesses one civil rights throughout the twentieth century there were important advances in corporate rights and one of them actually involved the end aa cpi it one case which actually tended if i have your argument right here to expand corporate rights how did that happen well that's right one of the things we see when we look through the history of corporate rights is that business corporations have been able to leverage victories by other kinds of corporations from nonprofit corporations from colleges from newspaper corporations and even from the w c p back in the nineteen fifties the southern recalcitrance who wanted to put the n double acp out of business use the fact that it was formed as a corporation to try to bring it down by using corporate law rules too so that show that the n double a c p had violated state laws and thus couldn't operate in southern states the supreme court rejected those cases and said that the nwea cpi did have a fundamental right of association to protect its membership and that same ruling would be cited by cases in the years to come providing more expansive protections for business corporations to fight off regulation and would be one of the foundations even of citizens united did the n double acp argue that its members free speech rights their rights their freedom of expression was violated by this assault from from the state the end of lacey pe argued that its members freedom of association was limited by these efforts to shut the end of lacey pe down and to try to get information about the membership and thurgood marshall took a case to the supreme court arguing that the nwea cpi even though it was a corporation was protected by the freedom of association and corporations would use that same precedent to fight for their own rights and indeed by the time of citizens united when the supreme court thinks about the nature of a corporation it describes it as an association almost as if exxon where the same as the nwea cpi another important case involving.
"lacey pe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is fresh air and we're speaking with law professor adam winkler he has a new book which examines legal battles over the course of american history on whether corporations should be regarded as people in the eyes of the law it's called we the corporations how american businesses wonder civil rights throughout the twentieth century there were important advances incorporate rights and one of them actually involved the n double acp it wanna case which actually tended if i have your argument right here to expand corporate rights how did that happen that's right one of the things we see when we look through the history of corporate rights is that business corporations have been able to leverage victories by other kinds of corporations from nonprofit corporations from colleges from newspaper corporations and even from the n double a c p back in the nineteen fifties the southern recalcitrance who wanted to put the n double acp out of business use the fact that it was formed as a corporation to try to bring it down by using corporate law rules too so that show that the nwea cpi had violated state laws and thus couldn't operate in southern states the supreme court rejected those cases and said that the n double a c p did have a fundamental right of association to protect its membership and that same ruling would be cited by cases in the years to come providing more expansive protections for business corporations to fight off regulation and would be one of the foundations even of citizens united did the n double acp argue that its members free speech rights their rights as their freedom of expression was violated by this assault from from the state the end of lacey pe argued that its members freedom of association was limited by these efforts to shut the nwea cpi down and to try to get information about the membership and thurgood marshall took a case to the supreme court arguing that the nwea cpi even though it was a corporation was protected by the freedom of association and corporations would use that same precedent to fight for their own rights and indeed by the time of citizens united when the supreme court thinks about the nature of a corporation it describes it as an association almost as if exxon were the.