35 Burst results for "Last March"
Golden Knights Finish Regular Season With 6-0 Win vs. Sharks
"Vegas dominated throughout and blanking the sharks six nothing however the golden knights won't know whether they will win the division where the presidents trophy until they learn the outcome of Thursday's game between the avalanche and kings of Colorado wins the game it gets the division and the presidents trophy all Jonathan marches so when the knights can do now is wait and watch fully we got a little lucky and then I have a big game from LA and an office first but if not that thought our season was good overall and well despite a we face in the first round I think our team is ready to play some plaster marches so scored for Vegas which was led by a pair of goals from Dylan Sikura I'm Bruce Morton
U.S. Agrees to Remove Xiaomi From Blacklist After Lawsuit
"Us has agreed to remove. Xiaomi from the blacklist that could have restricted american investment in jami following xiaomi's lawsuit earlier this year quoting bloomberg. The chinese smartphone had sued the government earlier this year after the us defense department under former president. Donald trump issued an order designating the firm as a communist chinese military company which would have led to a delisting from us exchanges and deletion from global benchmark indexes. The defense department has now agreed that a final order vacating the designation quote would be appropriate according to a filing to the us courts tuesday jami which makes robot vacuum cleaners electric bikes and wearable devices alongside smartphones had been an unexpected target for the trump administration co founded by billionaire entrepreneur. Lee jun more than ten years ago with us. Chipmaker qualcomm as one of the earliest investors. The company has insisted it's not owned or controlled by the chinese military court in march cited with jami and the lawsuit and placed a temporary halt on the ban. us district judge rudolph contreras said. At the time jami was likely to win a full reversal of the ban as the litigation unfolds and issued initial injunction to prevent the company from suffering quote irreparable harm and quote. Now this does not mean that suddenly will be able to buy top of the line. Xiaomi phones easily here in the us even though jami just past apple for number two market share in europe. The phones are not designed or designated for the us market. Though today i learned it is possible to buy asia my phone if you're in the us and use it on us networks though you have to jump through some quite considerable hoops. Also jami does have a whole array of laptops and fitness bands and traffic centuries that are more available than i thought. Just a quick amazon
Ellen DeGeneres to End Her TV Talk Show Next Year
"Ellen DeGeneres is ending the TV talk show she has had since two thousand three I marches are a letter with the latest Ellen DeGeneres says her upcoming season will be her last the generous tells The Hollywood Reporter that as great and as fun as the show is it's just not a challenge anymore Nielsen data shows viewership of the Ellen DeGeneres show dropped by one point one million people this season she apologized in September after three producers left amid reports of a dysfunctional workplace involving racially insensitive remarks and sexual misconduct the last show will air in twenty twenty to
Number of Children Traveling Alone at Border Eased in April
"Government officials say the number of unaccompanied children crossing the US border eased in April although the number of border patrol encounters with unaccompanied children dropped about nine percent last month to about seventeen thousand more adults are coming in without families single adults from Mexico and Central America created an overall increase in activity in April the border patrol had more than one hundred eight thousand encounters with adults last month it's up twelve percent compared to March but nearly nine out of ten of those encounters and in expulsions pandemic restrictions on asylum claims because unaccompanied children are exempt from expulsion the department of health and Human Services has been scrambling to open fourteen emergency intake centers to provide some twenty thousand beds for migrant children hi Jackie Quinn
Why Broadway Is Waiting Until Fall to Reopen
"Broadway theaters have gotten the go ahead to re open but it's more complicated than just putting on shows marches are a letter with the latest the lion king wicked and Hamilton will be among the first productions to re opened on Broadway in September tickets are on sale now because producers want to know how willing audiences are incoming back is pandemic restrictions relaxed plus the shows need the money there are still a lot of things to work out it's tough to purposely keep some seats empty for social distancing will audiences still be able to mingle during intermission casts musicians and crews need rehearsals producers say re opening shows is like opening from scratch
US Job Openings Soar to Highest Level on Record
"U. S. job openings in March soared to the highest level on record the labor department says employers posted a record number of available jobs in March which just shows how desperate businesses are trying to find new workers as the economy expands however total job gains increased only modestly the numbers following April jobs report last week that fell far short of economists expectations largely because companies appear unable to find the workers they need job openings in March jumped nearly eight percent to eight point one million that's the most ever looking at records dating back to December of two thousand I Shelley Adler
U.S. Colleges Can Tap Into COVID-19 Relief Fund
"U. S. colleges are benefiting from a covert nineteen relief fund approved by Congress in March the education department says thirty six billion dollars will be directed to more than five thousand public and private colleges the money was part of the one point nine trillion dollar relief package it's being distributed based on a formula that factors in the number of low income students each college enrolls colleges must spend at least half of the funding on direct relief for students and in a reversal from president trump's policy applied then ministrations says student grants can be given to international students and those who are illegally in the U. S. my camp in Washington
Employers Post Record Job Openings in March
"Employers posted a record eight million job openings in march according to the labor department there were more jobs in categories such as food services government and recreation but employers may be having trouble finding workers to fill all those open positions in an earlier report. The labor department said there were only two hundred sixty thousand more people employed in april than the month prior
Rockets Over Jerusalem: Israeli-Palestinian Violence
"Yesterday. In the worst outbreak violence in years the palestinian militant group hamas fired more than two hundred rockets towards jerusalem before israel responded with airstrikes on gaza health officials. There say twenty four people including nine children were killed prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu said israel does not seek escalation but whoever chooses to escalate will feel the weight of arm. I moved on holy among the conflict. Follow the annual jerusalem. Day march by jewish nationalist which commemorates israel's catch of east jerusalem in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven stadiums see as a provocation. The atmosphere. this year was worse than normal. After a weekend of protests in which nearly three hundred palestinians and more than a dozen israeli police officers were injured. Thousands of worshippers gathered aksa mosque saturday. The holiest night of ramadan but police blocked busloads of muslims on their way to the mosque. Citing unrest in the neighbouring shake. Jared street over a court ruling on the possible eviction of palestinian families from their homes. Now tensions boiled over the un security council cheddar urgent meeting but failed to issue a statement while international leaders. Such as america's secretary of state. Antony lincoln appealed for calm focused on the situation in israel west bank gaza very deeply concerned about the rocket attacks that we're seeing now that need to stop stop immediately
Queen of Polka Dots: Yayoi Kusama
"Going to be talking about the queen of polka dots. Ya ya kasama. You won't hear mya which on miss kong-based that's best moniker right. She's the queen polka dots. And she'll tell you that why she's the queen of pocket and there's like a lightness and darkness to her polka dots. That will get into but I was inspired because we have the mag has a yoke osama piece is called a statue of venus obliterated by infiniti nets. And it's a statue of venus. That's hot pink and she has green polka dots. All over and it's one of our favorite pieces in. It's one of our visitors favorite pieces to because she is like your eyes daylight. yeah in its presence. So but let's talk about ya. So yeah you. Kasama was born on march twenty second nineteen twenty nine in matsumoto nagano and she was born into a family of merchants who owned a plant nursery and seed farm and kasama began drawing pictures of pumpkins and elementary school and created artwork. She saw from hallucinations. Oh eight yep. I was like hallucinations. Who which would which would later define her career. I should mention like from the top first of all. There's a really great documentary about her on hulu. I believe talks about her story. They interview her because she's she's still alive and talks about her work. Yahya kasama once you kind of get her biography. You know exactly what her artwork means. She is very transparent about what this stuff means everything. Traces back to her childhood traces back to her mental health traces back to her like hit her internal world it's very straightforward so her our works both accessible and also easily red oak which is rare for a contemporary artist. So even now she'll do giant pumpkin. These big sculptures polka dots.
Hugs to Be Allowed in England as Part of Lockdown Easing
"Hugs are coming back in less than a week. People in england will be able to give friends and family a hug for the first time since restrictions were put in place in march of twenty twenty. It's part of the next round of lockdown easing. It is stressed though that people exercise common
Chernobyl-Made Vodka Seized by Ukraine Secret Service
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FDA Approves Use of Pfizer Vaccine for Young Teens
"Given permission for the covert 19 vaccine made by Fizer and buy on Tech to be used in Children as young as 12 more from NPR's Joe Palka. In December, FDA granted the Fizer by on Tech covert 19 vaccine what's known as emergency use authorization based on results from a large clinical trial. That authorization was only for people as young as 16 At the end of March, the company's reported results from a trial of the vaccine and Children between the ages of 12 and 15 that studies show that the vaccine was 100% effective in preventing disease and there were no serious side effects. So now the FDA has expanded the authorization to include these younger Children as well. Studies are ongoing in Children as young as six months, With results expected later this year. Joe
Tech Shares Tumble, NASDAQ Plunges to Finish at Session Lows
"We are all over. The pharaohs action shares a roadblocks and simon property group. Post docs on the move on results will bring it in numbers but we start off with a bloodbath for big tax. The nasdaq plunging two and a half percent today for its biggest loss since mid-march the selling widespread across technology and intensifying into the clothes and nasdaq finishing app session lows and it wasn't just the high fliers crashing back to earth tech. Titans all seeing massive losses. Facebook netflix amazon apple alphabet losing a combined seven hundred billion dollars in market capitalisation. Today alone. That is more than one whole berkshire-hathaway wiped out in a single trading session.
Clubhouse beta finally arrives on Android
"The national association of attorneys general sent a letter to facebook. Ceo mark zuckerberg asking him to abandon plans to launch a version of instagram for kids under thirteen. The letter was signed by attorneys general from forty four. Us states and territories saying facebook has historically failed to protect the welfare of children on its platforms. A facebook spokesperson says that the company has just started exploring the product and is committed to not show ads in it. In an analyst briefing sony projected that the playstation five will remain in short supply throughout twenty twenty two so he says it has sold seven point eight million. Ps five units as of march thirty first and estimates fourteen point eight million units will have been sold by the end of this current fiscal year monthly active playstation network users and game sales in the first three months of twenty twenty one declined on the year a new note by apple analyst. Ming chico claims that the earliest apple plans to use its own internally developed. Five g modems would be in. Its twenty twenty three iphone models apple senior vice president of hardware technologies. Johnny strategy told an internal apple town hall in december of twenty twenty that the company had begun developing five g modem following apple's acquisition of most of intel's smartphone spark phone modem business back in two thousand nineteen just in time for its declining userbase clubhouse released a beta of its android app in the us rolling out globally in the coming weeks android users outside. The us can preregister for the beta in the google. Play store clubhouse said the platform will remain invite only for now to keep growth manageable airy interesting time in their clubhouse the insurance company acts are say said at the request of the french government it will end cyber insurance policies in france that reimburse victims for ransomware payments of the policies will still cover the cost of recovery. Speaking at a recent paris roundtable french cybercrime prosecutor johanna browse said that in two thousand twenty only. The usa experienced more ransom attacks than
Amazon First Quarter Results 2021
"Hey here with your flash briefing. Happy monday hope. You are doing well periodically when we get the first quarter results amazon. I'd like to share these with you. To get a sense of how the company is doing and certainly echo devices and sales and amazon lexi has a ton to do with how amazon is doing so their first quarter results for twenty twenty. One just came out. And i'll just give you a few the highlights if you want to dig into this more simply just search amazon. First quarter results. Twenty twenty one and you'll see a whole bunch more details way too long. I could go into in this flash briefing. but i'll just give you a couple of highlights. Here we go number one. Their cash flow increased sixty nine percent for the trailing twelve months now to sixty seven point two billion compared to thirty nine point seven billion for the trailing twelve months ending march. Thirty first twenty twenty. Let's talk about their net sales. Their net sales increased forty four percent to one hundred and eight point five billion dollars in the first quarter compared with seventy five point five billion in the first quarter a year ago excluding the two point one billion favorable impact from the year over year changes in foreign exchange rates the net sales increased forty one percent compared to the first quarter of twenty twenty pretty impressive stuff and no doubt that had a lot to do with that and people ordering things through amazon had such a rapid rate I think the last thing. I'll just leave you with their knitting net income increase to eight point one billion in the first quarter or fifteen dollars and seventy nine cents per diluted share and that was compared with an income of two point five billion or five dollars and one cent per diluted share in the first quarter of twenty twenty. So as you can see. This was a huge growth year for amazon and again. I'm sure that the pandemic had a lot to do with that With people ordering things through amazon. I know that my house in my house. We order a ton more things through amazon and we also tried doing some voice ordering of products as well through our echo
Park Howell: The Business of Story
"I'm looking forward to this because as i said you're nine notebook both no big story not just story but how to construct story and the power of story and you and i talked about in our previous conversation. It's just it's a delicious subject a thing everybody can live from but before i jump into that We stopped by in this world of great influences. Every mondays dogs and influenza who somebody who's influenced you in your leadership who maybe we wouldn't consider all maybe wouldn't automatically think who's somebody who's had not influence on you want an automatically thinking boy. That's a you know. Dr seuss popped into my mind if i ran. The circus was my favorite book growing up. And i don't know why that is a lot of places a lot of people say. Oh the places you'll go. Which is another fabulous. Dr seuss thome. But if i ran the circus i don't know my dad used to sit down and read that to me all the time. He ran his own company which was heavy construction up in the seattle area Dams bridges tunnels. I mean big time stuff and he said yep life is a little bit like this book. So i would look at dr seuss and then Someone that you probably have heard of Sir richard branson. I'm large admire of him. But not a big surprise there. The surprise here though. Is i out of nowhere. Got a very fortunate invite to visit he in his island. A month ago was out necker In march with a company here called digital airstrike spent a week on necker working with Automotive groups in having a chance. To listen to. And be around. Richard branson and i gotta tell you everything he espouses as a leader everything you would think of him being he is and then some and i'll be honest with you. I was prepared to be disappointed. When i got there and yet i was still completely and utterly blown
Reminder: Apple Makes a LOT of Money
"Net listeners. It's molina and i'm mike schneider and welcome back to talking tech. I know you have an iphone. And i bet you've used a lot during the coronavirus pandemic. Oh absolutely i got an iphone. Twelve many a few months ago. And i really like it. And if you ask anyone in my household they probably think that My phone is a part of my body. At this point. you're not alone. Longtime a new apple. Device users have been relying on the company's products and services in recent months. We know that because apple this week announce another outstanding quarter. And we're talking to january twenty twenty one march twenty twenty one time period in terms of device sales and revenue from services. Let me throw some results. Sales of ipads rose seventy seven percent. Compared to a year ago amounts to seven point. Eight billion mac. Computer sales increased sixty nine percent to nine point. One billion apple also sold sixty six percent more i phones generating sales of forty eight billion. That's the company's biggest ever march quarter and in terms of wearables homes and accessories. That's a specific category. That includes apple. Tv players apple watches. Sales rose twenty four percent to seven point. Eight billion so across the board day saw increases and then also you and i both written about apple services like apple music app news apple tv plus icloud apple fitness things like that will revenue from services grew twenty seven percent to sixteen point. Nine billion overall added more than forty million paid subscriptions during the quarter to surpass six hundred and sixty million total. So you add all this up. And apple's overall revenue rose fifty four
"last march" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"What a consequential decision that he made. But but you know going back to that night on set with don lemon. There were five of us around the table and we were all sitting almost elbow to elbow and it was one of the last time i was on air. In one of those socially distanced a moments. I look back at that video now in it. It looks crazy. Yeah i'm curious. How soon after that did it change for you guys where you had to like social. I mean someone i some. Cnn never shut down. There was always an anchor in studio or did they ever go nobody in studio. I'm sure they had someone in studio at all times. For the most part we remained in studios for anchored programs and everybody else worked from home. Correspondents and producers you know i would do live shots from this bedroom But when it was time anchor my own program. I'd be in the studio the exceptions to that. Of course our chris cuomo And a number of other times or they were cova scares or people had reasons to work from home But but you know it's if you can be in a studio and you are hard wired into the control room and you are hardwired into cnn. Master control that is the most reliable way to keep a network on the air and that was certainly the goal. But to your point you know. I remember for me. I think about in terms of weeks so like march. I was the last time. I shook anybody's hand on. Tv and it felt a little weird even on march. I you and then on march eighth we wondered. Are we supposed to so far away. From each other and then on march fifteenth we did and then on march twenty second. No more guests. Nobody in the studio me all alone. March twenty ninth. No studio at all just me in a closet We have these things and most networks version of this at cnn. We call it a flash cam other networks. Call these different by different names. But they are these. You know Big closet sized studios just you and robotic camera. And that's where. I've been working ever since last march and for the most part of you look on cnn once in a while you'll see folks are on a on a studio set But not very not very often. I actually think the sports networks have have gone further in terms of getting folks back you know in studio. There's a little bit less reason for news networks to do it. I think even the sport you know. I think of Tnt inside the nba with ernie johnson and charles barkley shack they have they have plexiglass now in between the months. Say right but it's amazing. How little of that took a while. Because we didn't know what to do at for we just didn't know march eleventh. Is that turning point. People forget that president trump addressed the nation that night and sadly he kind of made things worse he he flubbed some words and he didn't he didn't really convey the gravity the situation it instead. It was actually president. Hangs it was tom. Hanks that i think underscore the gravity of the situation rush and remember. He was in australia remember..
"last march" Discussed on WTOP
"Since last March. The report says the hospital failed to prepare and did not follow CDC guidelines. Spokeswoman for the D. C Department of Behavioral Health Erica Cunningham tells The Washington Post. The hospital did follow CDC guidance, including regular testing of patients and staff at hearing the quarantine protocols in proper use of PEOPIE Eat. Kyle Cooper. W T. O P News a new save. The Children reported showing how kids are affected by the pandemic and poorer community. He seemed to be suffering the worst food and security has gotten worse for Children. 17 million kids of the U. S. Sometimes don't have enough to eat that six million Maura than before the pandemic. And a new report by say, the Children found kids who are poor or live in rural areas and communities of color are more likely to go hungry. They're also more likely to lack what they need for remote learning. And as with the virus itself, Children in black and Hispanic families are disproportionately affected. Interesting. They say the Children found that here in the U. S. States where Children are faring best aren't necessarily the ones with the lowest covert infection rates, but they do have resources and protections in place for Children and families. Bruce Allen. W T. O P News paint on Maryland is offering to help young people who are dealing with the emotional effects of the pandemic. The state's Behavioral Health Administration is out with a youth resource guy for those battling things like depression, thoughts of suicide and substance abuse. The state health, the barman points that data showing almost half of all people nationally between ages, 18 and 29 reported anxiety and depression. Substance abuse overdoses also increased 15% in Maryland among young people between April and September of last year. While they say they believe Maryland youth are resilient, the acting health secretary says they need support and we want to ensure they have access to the appropriate resource is Kenzo FEA W T O P News If you or someone you know, needs help. The national suicide Prevention Lifeline has free and confidential support for people in distress. 24 7, you can reach them at 1, 802 738255 or online. It's suicide prevention Lifeline daughter work. The Boy Scouts of America's bankruptcy reorganization plan allows for the continued operation of local troops and national camps. However, it leaves many unanswered questions about how the Boy Scouts will resolve. Ends of thousands of sexual abuse claims made against it by former scouts and attorney for hundreds of those former scouts who were suing the organization say the plan is woefully inadequate. It's about the Boy Scouts say the plan demonstrates progress as it's working to compensate abuse victims and address its finances coming up next. The lark is they're moving lower, is it Reese is if there's no chocolate lab, Jeff label 11 24 You have C 2 59 is this weekend and they're packing three title fights into one night drafting Sports book The official Sports Betting partner of U F C. Wants to put you right in the middle of the action with this weekend's title fight with 101 odds on either Writer to land A punch during the fight sounds like a no brainer. You just pick either main event fighter toe land A punch during the title fight and Draftkings Sports book will give you 101 Odds. Download the top rated draftkings Sports book APP now and use promo code w t o P When you sign up to turn $1 in the $100 if either main event fighter lands a punch on Saturday. Place your bet and watch the fists fly this weekend, That's co w T o p to turn $1 in the $100 if either fighter lands a punch for a limb..
"last march" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That is certainly at discussion point right here. Particularly we think about 2021. John Lynch, Chief Investment officer for Co America Asset Management joins us now, John, I love to step back. 30,000 ft. We've had a Despite all the craziness of this year. Equity markets risk markets in general have done you know surprisingly well. What is your view of the equity markets right here right now. Hey, Paul. Good morning. Yes, The rally has been unbelievable since last February last March, but specifically to your question right now, I think we're five or 6% overvalued. You know, I always want to make sure the math works when making Forecasts. And I think the S and P 500, for example, can do earnings of about $135 this year. Really starting to stretch multiples past 3500. My estimation have to ask you about Doordash. We are now reporting that has indicated to open it. Get this you you probably aren't even up to date yourself. Even if you've been watching us 155 to $160 a share. It's been jumping in $5 increments, which is more than Typical ideals. Yes, There's a good morning, Bonnie. I think there's a couple of things investors have to keep in mind. You know, While I believe we might be five or 6% overvalued in the near term, there are a variety of areas that show the market is not overvalued. We don't necessarily see uh You know, fund flows into equities. I don't see significant or alarming M and a activity but one area that could be a red flag would be the AIPO markets and Aziz you suggested this morning. It's just amazing. The premarket bids or the pre opening bids on that I P o. Just as in the last two minutes. 1 60 to 1 65 is a bit ass spread there on the Bloomberg terminal. Um, you know, just loved John to get your thoughts here. Just about one of the bigger discussions that we've heard over the last several months is kind of Okay, I get the bullish, calm the market. We've got a lot of pent up demand in the economy. Vaccines are are coming. Interest rates alone are likely to stay low. I've heard all that Now It's a question of how do I want to play it The way I want to stay with the tried and true Great top line growth stories that have propelled this market really sense of financial crisis order by rotate into some of the more sick goal names, maybe even some of smaller cap names. How do how do you guys think thinking about that in America? Yeah, we're very much in our 2021 outlook. We made sure we included a chart of the equally weighted S and P 500 relative to the cat weighted Index. And I think one way investors convey you. It is the big Five verse, the other 4 95. And the Big Five was able to grow this year on a combination of PE expansion, valuation expansion as well as profits. The other 4 95 didn't really have profits in their back pocket if you will, and it was very much evaluation game, But as we do the re opening Rotation trade. You know, I still think we're gonna have to come up into the first quarter with targeted restrictions and slower than anticipated growth, but nonetheless, Spreading that out. You know, and you make you make a point about rates. The Fed has said one thing, right? But look, look what breakevens you're doing. Look what the 10 years doing even know we're seeing increased cases, increase hospitalizations and, unfortunately increased death. So from that standpoint, I think what you're going to see as we As the reopening. Fundamental if you will. The trend gathers roots, saying the end of the first quarter early second quarter. It's very much of value game. It's very much a industrials, Energy financials materials. The reopening trade, I think will be will be very important, and I think that will be a healthy development because you all know growth is dramatically outperformed value when the Fed was essentially just printing money. Now that we really transitioning from monetary leadership, and if we can get through this $900 billion bickering in D. C right now it will be more of a fiscal leadership is not physical dependency, but that either way Infrastructure aspect of that should bode very well for the value and the industrials and some of the other sectors that I just highlighted. Speaking of reopening, John, You're down there in beautiful Charlotte, North Carolina. Tell us how the economy is. And have you seen an influx of people from larger cities, perhaps, or, you know, have the outskirts seen that? You know, it's amazing. The housing market has been much like You know the rest of the nation, but certainly you'll see in the warmer climates like the Carolinas, you know, very, very strong housing market. It's not Not unusual to see multiple bids and in a single afternoon so that the housing market is moving very quickly. And I think You know one thing that Corporate. Among many things that corporations have learned in 2020 is that this remote work you know, has teeth has traction and to the degree the warmer climates. Will play into that. I think that will continue to bode well for the Southeast and and the Southwest. Drunk Just just real quickly. Did the presidential election change your 2021 outlook or kind of how are you doing that? Yes, well, we were looking for either way. We were looking for some degree of infrastructure. I understand fully that we still need to have released and I'd like to make the distinction between a relief package and an infrastructure package because a relief package really is income replacement right? And when you see the transfer payments when you see Personal incomes, not Largely affected in spite of all that's happened right with 10 or 15 million fewer people working That income replacement was a necessity. But I think for the Reopening rotation. Uh, Really to become more.
"last march" Discussed on KOMO
"Last March when Corona virus hit Then resumed in the safety of Canadian bubble sites for nearly two months and 170 games and the belief was that if we could get everybody into the bubble without coded We would stay healthy and that was the case and within the bubble, we were hearing the protocols. Speaking with Fox Business Network Deal makers in sports Commissioner Bettman says the NHL conducted 33,000 covert test and had zero positive cases. Over, though, is not going away. In fact, it's surging the Canada government, not allowing non essential travelers. Right now, U. S hockey teams this winter would have to quarantine to play games north of the border. We have seven teams in Canada. We're not gonna be able to get in and Ratter, Canada to deal with that. What the season will look like whether or not we play in our own buildings or hubs again. These are things we're working on. So there's the potential for empty arenas again next season, Bettman and the NHL asking players to differ more salary into an escrow account. We've got a lot of issues on a lot of problems to deal with. And the system is going to be stressed for everyone, And is there an appetite for working through all of those issues, But there is some light at the end of the tunnel, says the commissioner with covert vaccines on the way projections have full hockey buildings in the 2021 22 season. That's when the expansion Seattle cracking start play at the new climate pledge Arena. I'm Bill Swartz Comeau News Cos time. 5 28 Bring joy to the dye.
"last march" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Basic sense of decency and humanity the governor pointing up police have been targeted to be sees Alex Perez meantime protests continue nationwide over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis in Los Angeles the demonstrations also included a vigil with protesters yelling for LAPD chief Michael Moore to resign that she's holding a candle in honor of George floor racism prejudice is learned sign heritage sign your genes it's upon all of us to stop it the chief was flanked by faith leaders there is no curfew this weekend here in LA on street corners National Guard members Ron patrolling police stand with their helmets and shields down Alex stone ABC news Los Angeles besides George Floyd protesters are calling for justice over another name in the black lives matter movement Brianna Taylor shot eight times and killed by police in our home home last March by local police executed a nose knocks search warrant so far the officers involved have not been charged Taylor's mother to make a Palmer spoke to ABC news I was just gonna life she loved life she she light up a room Taylor would have turned twenty seven years old Friday in Denver a controversial ruling a federal judge ordering police to scale back but not banned the use of chemicals and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK a new report from the California health care foundation says that California hospitals are losing at least three point two billion dollars a month in the first wave of crown a virus the report highlights dramatic cuts made by hospitals in order to secure related equipment and the cutting of nonessential.
"last march" Discussed on KOMO
"The Max was grounded last March after two deadly crashes that's good was Frank Lindsey reporting news agencies in Iran are reporting that the boat that Boeing and the NTSB are now invited to investigate the crash of a seven three seven near Tehran officials in the U. S. and Canada say it's highly likely that the plane was shot down by an Iranian missile new video appears to show that happening but they run continues to deny that the jet was shot down investigation finds a Seattle police officers ruse that leads to a man's death it was bill o'neil has more Seattle times reports the officer knowingly told a woman a victim of a hit and run crash might not survive and needed to speak with the man who lived in our home no one was actually hurt in the crash which happened in twenty eighteen the woman tracked the man down a short time later and after growing despondent over what he heard he would take his own life he did have a history of legal troubles and was described as a heroin addict the office of police accountability determine the ruse was at least in part because for the man's death ultimately the officer was suspended for six days without pay the officer was not named in the report but insisted he did nothing wrong colonial komo news dog lovers gathered outside the Pierce county courthouse to confront to Tacoma man accused of running a dog fighting ring the news Tribune reports Elmer givens is petitioning the court to return his forty nine pit bulls police arrested givens and sees the dogs after officers found the animals and givens garage injured and malnourished givens has not been charged to court so far has declined to to return those dogs money this time ten thirty four let's get a check of traffic.
"last march" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Last March this planet protest in Philadelphia was inspired by tune bird school straight it was one of many around the world just about every U. S. state had an event even in politically conservative areas like central Oregon seventeen year old Freddie Finney Georgette organized a school strike on a street corner in downtown bend Oregon he says he's inspired by tune Berg's determination to kind of what's on the camera and has this sort of work of I'm doing this nobody can stop me any joy that says in the past gun control and LGBTQ issues where his priorities after that protest which I first I thought was going to be kind of a one off thing for me I started taking a look at exactly how severe the climate crisis was and that's been my photos have a sense of gratitude Berg is scheduled to address the U. N. next month for a climate action summit she'll join protests tied to that event then she plans to visit Canada and Mexico before traveling to Chile for climate conference in December her family says she's taking a sabbatical from school this year to focus on her climate activism Jeff Brady NPR news this is NPR news stricken with John McConnell on KQED and find out about some bay area accidents there were some problems on some bridges.
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"Last March this climate protest in Philadelphia was inspired by tune bird school straight it was one of many around the world just about every U. S. state had an event even in politically conservative areas like central Oregon seventeen year old Freddie Finney joy that organized to school strike on a street corner in downtown bend Oregon he says he's inspired by tune Berg's determination she kind of what's on the camera and has this sort of work of I'm doing this nobody can stop me any joy that says in the past gun control and LGBTQ issues where his priorities after that protest which at first I thought was going to be kind of a one off thing for me I started taking a look at exactly how severe the climate crisis was and that's been my photos have a sense of gratitude Berg is scheduled to address the U. N. next month for a climate action summit she'll join protests tied to that event then she plans to visit Canada and Mexico before traveling to Chile for climate conference in December her family says she's taking a sabbatical from school this year to focus on her climate activism Jeff Brady NPR news this is NPR news and you are listening to KCRW T. C. R. W. sponsors include IFC.
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"Last March in north Hampton and the subsequent torching of his body and Hatfield the northwestern district attorney's office says just one of the eight Narcan Omar Morales of Northampton is charged with murder in the shooting death of Daniel crews of Northampton Sixers are charged as excessive after the fact and other is charged with perjury. Six of the suspects are under arrest to our at large, according to the DA's office. Investigators say cruised was shot to death following an argument Morales and the others then allegedly conspired to conceal the murder after dark. The DA's office says cruises body was brought to Hatfield where it was doused with gasoline and set afire congress is back in session today in the house. Democrats are busy picking leaders as they prepared to take the majority ABC's. Kenneth moten reports from the capital house. Democrats have a full week of meetings in leadership elections, I up Wednesday members will vote to adopt caucus room. Rules for electing a caucus tier? I came Jeffries of New York is in a tight race against Barbara Lee of California, both a prominent members of the Congressional Black caucus, then it's onto speaker of the house at least sixteen Democrats have vowed to oppose Nancy Pelosi longtime leaders closest securing the votes to become house speaker. Kenneth Moton, ABC news the capitol. Among those planning to support Nancy Pelosi for speaker in January, incoming Massachusetts congresswoman, I Anna Presley, she says she's backing Pelosi because of her in Presley's words, progressive track record and here expressed commitment to bring a background check Bill to the floor Presley is called for tougher legislation to reduce gun violence to other Massachusetts, Democrats, Seth Moulton and Stephen Lynch have said they oppose Pelosi meantime in New Hampshire both members of the house in the next congress freshman, Chris Pappas and fourth term rep any Custer say they'll vote for Pelosi. It's to eleven time now to check sports Celtics picked up a win last night..
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"We mean business now and we are determined. The gain, our rightful place involved. Oh. And I saw this whole thing is about we on engaged in a negative protests and in negative arguments within about it. We are saying that we are determined to be men. We determine to be people. We are saying. We out saying that we are God's too. And we have got to when we don't have to live like we are forced to live. Kinks last March is a production of American public media and APM reports support for kings. Last March comes from the old Seth family foundation working to improve community through support of the arts education, the environment and the under served to hear more speeches and see photos from king's final year. Please visit our website APM podcast dot org slash MLK. serious produced by Kate Alyssa me. Stephen Smith with Kate Osborn proce- piece. Interesting. It was edited by Kathryn winter. The technical director was Veronica Rodriguez with production help from Corey Schrapel. The executive producer is Nathan Toby. This is a PM American public media. If you're looking for more history, listening checkout history unplugged, it's hosted by Scott rank, and he looks at the forgotten stories that changed our world every week. He interviews bestselling authors and historical consultants for movies like Steven Spielberg's, Lincoln. He also dives deep into topics that range from medieval healthcare to spies during World War Two. You can listen and subscribe to history unplugged on your favorite podcast platform or go to history unplugged podcast dot com.
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"Of the founders of the black lives matter movement. And I'm curious how you think kings work and his legacy informs black lives matter. I think that kings work and king's legacy informs black lives matter in a number of ways. I am. And one of those ways in particular that I would just highlight is his commitment to civil disobedience and an understanding that business as usual would result in business as usual. And so you know please to Power that weren't backed themselves by Power would not produce any kind of fundamental change and in king's writing. You see his frustration with with the lack of movement that was created as a result of of the actions that he helped to lead. But he also let me say at this way. We remember king today as a venerated hero. He's almost reached sainthood status, I would say, and in reality towards the end of his life, king was attacked and not supported by a lot of people people that he thought were in his corner, and it is only now after his death years and years and years later that people see the importance of the work that he did and the sacrifices that he endured alongside many, many other people for us to get to this point. And I think with black lives matter, there are some similar tendencies, although I feel like black lives matter is just getting started. So it's hard in some ways to drop parallels in a way that is able to be retrospective about. You know, how do these things come together when when this movement is still very much in progress and process. But I can't say that I'm the the notion that we appreciate people when they're gone is something that black lives matter certainly endures rate. So during the height of protests that were happening in twenty fourteen and twenty fifteen. There was a lot of pushback and contention around whether or not these protests were necessary whether or not these protests would result in anything. And even still today, there are some of those sentiments rape and at the same time I think we're in a moment now, particularly with some of the most recent police killings or the recent of failed efforts to hold police accountable where people are getting much clearer that protest is absolutely necessary. That civil disobedience is absolutely necessary. And with the added. I was going to say something not good for the air with the Athen burden of the change in administration and the extreme ideology and viewpoints, and now of the president and his administration. I think it's becoming even more clear to people who may not have chosen aside in twenty fourteen or chose to stay neutral or silent that we have some real problems on our hands that if not resolved now will impact this country for many generations to come. If we are still around by, then I wanna circle back to women's leadership after king and SEAL see, as you know, of course, had an approach to leadership that was male dominated and organiz and a top down structure women as you also know, played a crucial role at the SEC not to mention the rest of the civil rights movement, but they weren't giving. A public platform. Black lives matter is an intentionally intersectional coalition with no, you know, centralized organized structure, right? And I'm wondering what you and your fellow activists are doing today as as leaders. What is your thinking about leadership are approached to leadership? Is that in order for us to win the transformations that we seek, we have to develop many, many leaders. We need to build a movement in the millions in order to counter the attacks on many of our communities. And so what that means is that we can't afford to kind of coalesce around a model that lifts up one leader who then can dictates what needs to be done to a massive people around them and their several reasons for this. I'm first and foremost. What we understand is that movement looks different in different places in the country. I live in Oakland, California, and there's no way that I could tell somebody in Saint Paul, Minnesota, what they should be doing to change conditions there. I don't know anything about Saint Paul, Minnesota, and they may not know anything about Oakland, California. But what we can do is build the capacity of each of us to be able to lead based on a deep understanding of time place in conditions, and we can also connect each other as leader so that we make sure that we're lifting up each other's fights and each other's visions and each other's demands. So that's one piece. And I think oftentimes black lives matter, and it gets described as leader lists, which I think is is amiss description of how we operate. In fact, we. Are driven by creating many, many leaders building the capacity of many people to lead so that we can't easily be stopped. Now, what we know about Dr. king's legacy is that he was assassinated. And when Dr. king was assassinated it, it had deep insult, beer impacts on the ability of that specific movement to endure in the way that it had because everything was organized around him. Similarly with leaders like Malcolm X who were assassinated. These are targeted strategies to destabilize and derail movements that are successful. So really what we see ourselves doing is learning from lessons of our past so that we can actually solve different problems this time out this time around. We don't want our movement to collapse because you. One or two anointed leaders were taken out, and therefore people are disoriented and unclear about how to move forward. In this case, we have many leaders that have a number of different strategies that make sense for their particular geographical locations, their particular community dynamics. But what we do is connect those leaders across boundaries across geographies. I'm so that we can be bigger than the sum of our parts. You recently launched the black futures lab which focuses on electoral politics. What is the goal of this new project and how does it how does it intervene in the politics you have just described the politics of now, the black futures lab is geared towards building independent, progressive black political Power, and we aim to transform black communities in the constituencies that build Power in cities and states so that black people can make. Visions over our own lives. And so that we have an opportunity to live well and live powerfully and to be able to access the things that all people deserve to have. And we think that that is an incredible intervention because the current leadership in this country has a completely opposite agenda. And for us, it is about using the tools of electoral organizing to transform the status quo. But it is also about transforming those tools themselves to make them work better for black people and are unique and specific needs. So we just launched a black census project to better understand the ways in which black communities our selves are changing demographically and to be able to build an agenda for our lives that really reflects the complexities of who we are. So that means a focus on. On black people living in rural areas, black people who are immigrants, black people who are incarcerated and formerly incarcerated and black people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered and gender non conforming. We are aiming to talk to two hundred thousand black people across the country about what we experience about how we act politically and most importantly about what we envision for our futures, and we are training one hundred black organizers to take this survey into twenty states where
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"About. How to take on contradictions in a way that propels us forward as opposed to keeps us stuck or keeps us moving backwards and I'll just give a quick example. This debate about violence versus non violence, for example, is an age old debate, and it is certainly not as nuanced as it could or should be. And we've seen that a lot over the last five years with the kind of explosion of the black lives matter movement, the movement for black lives and also other movements as well, right? We're not the only game in town, and I often think that these contradictions get weaponized in ways that are not intended to seek greater understanding, but are instead intended to critique progress. I think that a conversation around nonviolence is only. Only helpful if we're depending on what we're talking about specifically and how we understand what violence is and what violence is not for me protesting is not violence rate, but for others, they feel like protests are violent because they are, or they can be confrontational or they can be loud or disruptive or make people feel uncomfortable things like stopping traffic. Some people think that those are violent actions. I'm not somebody who agrees with that, but it also really depends for me on the context in which we're having the conversation. And I think that sometimes the push for nonviolence is really a push to say, you know, let the process unfold how it will and for someone who has lost a loved one to gun violence unnecessarily and unexpectedly to tell them to wait for a process. That may never happen is in of itself violet. And so I do think that there's a need for us right to use king's legacy to learn about how we grapple with the contradictions of this moment right where for example, many people believe that police in policing are intended to keep them safe, and there is a contradiction in how many police killings we have now become aware of where people don't feel safe around police because there are no checks and balances. And so I think there's a way in which we can use king's legacy to really examine how do we grapple with contradictions like that in ways that help us unlock new opportunities for action and forward motion as opposed to getting stuck into having kind of circular debates that don't get to the heart of the issue or that result in moving us back. Words like what's happening right now at the federal level with the department of Justice, for example, where their approach has been to double down in their support of law enforcement to dismantle policies that have been fought for for the last twenty five years to increase transparency and oversight over police in policing I'm in. And so there's a way in here that I think reclaiming king's legacy means really more deeply, understanding the ways that systems work and also understanding the ways through contradictions that fundamentally, if resolved could move us to a different place if we wanted it to. Garza, you are activist on a variety of fronts. And one of them is with the national domestic workers alliance in many ways. One would think that there are parallels between your work and that of Dr. king's, especially at the end of his life when he was trying to build a coalition of poor people for what he called a new front in the civil rights movement. But I wonder if we're falling into one of what you've cautioned us to think of as lazy parallels. I mean, is there, is there a line from king's work to yours in the domestic workers lions? There definitely is. And. I think that the domestic worker movement really needs to be credited to Dorothy Bolden and Dorothy Bolden was a black woman from the south. She was from Atlanta, Georgia, and she organized the very first domestic workers union in this country. That was one. This was in the nineteen fifties, and she did so because domestic workers during the nineteen thirties alongside agricultural workers were excluded from labor for most federal labor protections in this country. As a result of a racist compromise between labor leaders and southern lawmakers at the time and Dorothy Bolden is responsible for creating an organization for domestic workers that would not only address inept. Equities in wages and pay, but that would also fight to reunite his domestic work as work. Reunites is domestic workers as people and also fundamentally challenged systems of governance that were functioning in an undemocratic way as it related to black women in particular. For calls. And the reading was winning and the cost of making that cheering. I had to pay the same price lights. I have to frame same price, water. I have to pay tax at you. Do I have to pay. Bag is lacking had to close my cheering, which expect the damn me way make nothing that I said, but I wake Domo my knee. And I get. I see another woman on her knees. Dorothy Boldon's work can also be traced to the washerwoman strike of eighteen eighties, which was very similar process where women and women of color got organized to not only improve their lives, but to transform the industries and the communities that they lived in worked in. So I do think that where there are parallels that can be made in terms of kings work being an inspiration for other movements to emerge. I also can't help but know that it is often the narrative of history that men are credited often with the work that women do to improve the lives of all of us. And so I would say that the domestic workers alliance certainly sits within kings legacy, but I would be remiss if I did not also give credit and. Admiration to Dorothy Boldin who made sure that domestic workers could win rights, respect and dignity for for themselves and everyone. You're one of
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"We often take on by time. Do you know those gentlemen of massive verbal persuasion? And they have a way of saying things to you that kinda get you in the bind. To be a man of the fiction. You must drink this whiskey in order to make your neighbor envious. You must drive this type of in order to not making love. You wrap this kind of lipstick, this kind of cute. And you know before, you know, just buying stuff, he spoke to the influence of advertisers whom he referred to as those gentlemen of massive verbal persuasion. So. Selective editing has been going on for quite a while. And I think also it's important to keep in mind that king was a critic of capitalism. And that does not mean to say that he was a communist. In fact, he was a critic of communism also that for most Americans, they don't see that there's a third alternative that you can reform capitalism, and that's what he wanted to do was to make it more humane. Yes. A lot of the things that he was advocating at the end of his life did not require the end of capitalism. It just met that he was demanding that the system recognize the problems that recreated, as I said before, it's been ten years since we worked with you so closely on the two thousand eight documentary about king's last year of life. And so much has happened since then. When we had the first black president, you might have noticed. And now we have a president who in some ways, as I think we've seen is not willing at least to disavow white supremacists. We've had some unraveling voting rights legislation, and we certainly are still struggling with incredible inequality. How do you make sense of king's legacy? Just in these last ten years. I think that after every great social movement, you have a retrenchment. Social movements are disruptive, you know, after the civil war and the passage of thirteenth fourteenth fifteenth amendment. We had a period in which the nation backtracked our, we call it the the end of reconstruction. When all these Jim crow laws were passed and and rather than black people getting the right to vote the entire social structure. Political structure in the south was based on the notion of denying votes to black people. So so it's not that uncommon that after the twenty years of after World War Two, when historically important movements were going on around the world to to gain citizenship rights know not only the end of the Jim crow system in the United States. But the end of colonialism in many places in the world, the end of the apartheid system, and those were disruptive and people who are part of the existing social order. That's. Getting disrupted tend to react by retrenchment that wanna go back to the old days before that before there were demonstrations before there were sit ins and before there were people like now max Martin Luther King, and you know, other people who disrupted their piece, you know, when President Trump talks about make America great. Again, to me, America became greater when these changes came about. But for many Americans, they wanna go back to the nineteen fifties where America was great and forget that for many people, it meant we were living under segregation. They re. That wasn't so great for all Americans. And I see that as part of a historical pattern, and now we're in a period where I think we're entering a period of increasing disruption as people realize that a lot of changes need to happen, especially when young people realize that the society could be more just where did you first? How did you first become exposed to Martin Luther King junior, if you will, where does that story start for you? I guess I grew up hearing about Martin Luther King. The freedom struggles of the fifties and sixties were the way I learned about the black community. I grew up in a small town in New Mexico where there only three black families. So whenever I read the newspaper and I saw some reference to black Americans, they would often be in connection with the Montgomery bus boycott the Little Rock nine. They were heroes of mine growing up the students who started the sit ins. And of course, you know, hearing about Martin Luther King. He was the most prominent figure to emerge during my teenage years. So I had heard about him a lot and and when I went to the March on Washington, he was the one who I knew was going to be the concluding speaker and the the highlight of the that that was when I was nineteen. And I, I saw him at the March on Washington impacted that have on you at the time. Well, you know, I get asked that a lot and and it wasn't so much kings particular impact because you know, he was an orator, I couldn't be like him. I definite-. We would not have gotten up in front of several hundred thousand people and gave speech, but the younger people, you know, right before the March. I met Stokely Carmichael few months after the March. I met Bob Moses. I started meeting people who were closer to my age and were active in the freedom struggle, and they were doing things I could imagine myself being involved in and eventually I was, you know, they were. They were involved with the student on violent coordinating committee. And when I went to Los Angeles, I became involved with a group called the non-violent action committee which was very much influenced by snick. Those were people who I, I saw more as role models, and I think that in some ways, king was trying to catch up with the movement. He was kind of like Gandhi, you know, I need to catch up with my followers in order to because I am their leader. That was certainly true with the young people. I knew they weren't waiting for Martin Luther King. They thought of themselves. We thought of ourselves as the vanguard of the struggle and saw Martin Luther King trying to catch up with us. But I think all of us had admired his ability to articulate a vision for our movement. I think one of the differences between activists and visionary leaders is that activism is often about just the immediate goal, a better seat on the bus. Being able to sit at a lunch counter. It takes visionary to say it's about more than that when I was at the March on Washington, when I was nineteen, many of us thought that the purpose of the March was to try to get John Kennedy's civil rights legislation through Martin Luther King didn't mention civil rights Bill. And that was typical of him. He wanted everyone to be aware that it was about more than that. We know that now we know that the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four was not the end of the struggle. You, you realize that once you get. Get to sit at the front of the bus, that isn't enough, it never is off. It's always simply one step and a long process of becoming a equal human being. And you know that's a continuing process that never ends. Yeah. I think one thing about human rights as they can never be written down on paper, they're always being invented. There's always going to be something in the future. And I think that will always be the case. Next time on king's last March. There was this great graffiti it said, be realistic demand the impossible. And I think that what came was reminding us of is that is the meaning of nonviolent revolution that you are daring to attempt the impossible. Our interview with the late historian and activist Vincent Harding. Martin Luther King junior's, longtime friend and advisor kings last March is a production of American public media and APM reports support for kings. Last March comes from the also family foundation working to improve community through support of the arts education, the environment and the underserved to hear more speeches to see photos from king's final year. Please visit our website APM podcasts, dot org, slash MLK.
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"Helping. A man of another rates came bomb. You got down from his beach, decided not to be compassionate by proxy, but it got down with them administered first aid and help the man in need these ascended up saying, this was the good man. This was the great man. You can't just pass it by. And that's what he was saying about the sanitation workers, what he was called to come and help them. He, he felt that he had an obligation. So to me, I, I see his life as being very consistent. Right? And that some of these dichotomies that have been placed around ideas of who was radical and who wasn't in a sense, are contemporary contemporary framing, look to remember that any movement against injustice is seen as radical, you know, when you think about it, if someone had said in the middle of the eighteenth century, that my goal is to eliminate slavery in any place in the world. So that no person will be a slave that would have been seen as a radical goal because slavery had existed since the beginning of civilization, it was one of the definitions of civilization, yeah, practically every society that had slaves. So the idea that you could eliminate the institution of slavery. It was radical, but yet it was accomplished in in the lower one hundred years. We define things as radical because that's where we are in our historical perspective. I wonder if you can bring Kereta Scott King in to the picture. I think sometimes she's sort of occasionally if people haven't been looking carefully seen as a shadow character, the woman behind the man, but is that an incorrect understanding of her? I think that's definitely the case. I think that there was always that sense of she was the the wife and then the widow. And that's the way most people saw her. And I had a chance to know her for twenty years. And I, I saw different person and the more I learned about her, the more I realized that she was an activist before she met Martin Luther King. She was actually much more politically active than he was at that time. She had been involved in the Progressive Party. Movement of the nineteen forties. She had been involved with the N W P and protest activity. She was involved in the peace movement during the nineteen fifties and sixties. She was more outspoken on the war in Vietnam that he was and took a stand earlier than he did when she met Martin in nineteen fifty. Two. I I remember her telling me that when I said when I met Martin, he had a lot of ideas in his head, but he had never done anything. And she was two years older than Martin and Martin had gone to college. But he had gone to Morehouse while living at home under the in the shadow of his father who wanted to protect him from kind of controversy. Oh political activity. He had been gone to Crozier theological seminary in a small town. On and Pennsylvania with few opportunities for political activism of any kind. So it's only after Martin gets to Boston and meets Kereta that she opens his eyes to people like Paul Robeson who Kereta new Martin P was an icon of the progressive movement and the fact that she emerges as a an active as Enron, right? It's gradual because she does reluctantly take on the role of staying at home, raising the kids and allowing Martin to be the person out front. But by nineteen sixty two, she's suggesting I need to join you in jail. And by the time of the cell modem Montgomery March, she's marching by his side. She's the one who meets with with Malcolm X and early nineteen sixty five when she goes to Selma and by the. End of Martin's life, she is interaction right? An activist. She's the one who a week after Martin's assassination. She and her children go to Memphis eve as she is mourning. The death of her husband. Often told the children that. If a man had nothing that was worth dying for, then he was not fit to live. He said also that it's not how long you live, but how will you. He knew that at any moment, his physical life could be cut short. He gave his life for the poor of the world. The garbage workers of Memphis, and the peasants of Vietnam. He gave his life in search of a more excellent way. A more effective way. Creative rather than a destructive way.
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"Get out of here get out out time a trump rally last march the guy with the beer and the red hat striking shelving this african american protester and she's being led away later pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct or wouldn't be any violence at trump rallies if of course the far left protesters had gone into the rallies and tried to disrupt them isn't there is something to be said about decency clearly you're on that video pushing a woman from the back you have a right to defend yourself the antagonised of the all right or really a looseknit group of activists be called the ntv movement sure for antifascist right now we're in a very dangerous place we're in a very troubling place boise mcauley a selfdescribed inner kissed and mildmannered worker at a nonprofit by day was one of the few ntv activist willing to go on camera for this report a lot of people basically have been responding by carrying to join the anti fascist movement and tifa is on the hard left in fact many would argue parts of them aren't even left their anarchists and they're not afraid to play rough at this trump campaign rally in san jose last june i saw it up close and tv protesters brutalised trump supporters at random throwing eggs at them beating the bloody an attack in their cars there's no doubt the 85 believed that physical confrontation is necessary to prevent the rise of white supremacy the protests didn't cool down when trump won the election in the united states donald j trump jewish your right is a overwhelmingly young movement.
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"The peace be two government worship president trump last march in ohio pretty big applause line there in a pretty big rally youngstown i think it was where there don't know much about football but they do like president trump it appears and that statement right barrack me franken i mean i know that used to be true in america i know that that was the idea of our founding i know that it was something that many people traditionally tried to hold two and tried to instill in their family and in their society and in their local schools is it still true is it still true is it fair for a president to say that is it appropriate for a president to say that in america we don't worship government we worship god it six three zero nine 65 aaa six thirty two again theoretically i wanted to be true but i don't know if it's true what he more i wish it were true it would be nice if it were true these days lee leave out the in america we don't worship government part let's let's be real here let's be honest if if a president worded just pull claim here in america we worship god he's attacked the even even setting aside the juxtaposition with we don't worship government i don't even think you can say that anymore but this is a politically incorrect president and so he'll say politically incorrect things and that makes me happy but i wanted to if you think that this is still true in our country that we don't worship government we worship god edited six zero nine six two five tripoli 630 wmal fred in woodbridge you'll get us started on wto hey larry i think into the which party you belong to because the democrats want more government larry bottled water why are they want freedom to worship god democrats want more program is it fair to say they worship government though i mean i worship government.