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"lee davis high school" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:57 min | 10 months ago

"lee davis high school" Discussed on KCRW

"To rename Lee Davis high school and Stonewall Jackson middle school Asia Ingram a twenty nineteen graduate of Lee Davis says her personal experience as a leading avis Confederate brought her out today and we ourselves cannot call ourselves Confederates because it's the exact same thing that oppressed us Hanover N. double ACP lawsuit challenging the names was thrown out by a judge last month but the county school board announced this week that they would once again consider renaming the schools Patrick Larsen NPR news Richmond meanwhile protesters in north Carolina's capital pull down part of the Confederate monument demonstrators using a strap to pull down two statues that are part of a larger statue in downtown Raleigh the mayor of Louisville says one of three police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Brianna Taylor will be fired city mayor Greg Fischer announcing today interim police chief Robert Schroeder has started termination proceedings against the officer Brett Hankinson two others remain on administrative leave while the shooting is under investigation Taylor's case sparked nationwide outrage he was shot eight times in our home by officers who burst in using a no knock warrant as part of a narcotics investigation no drugs were found Facebook and Twitter say a video posted by president trump has now been removed after a complaint from the copyright holder and be ours Bobby Allen explains the footage included a fabricated news story purporting to be picked a racist baby trump shared a video of a black toddler running away from a white toddler on the sidewalk the video was doctored to make it look like CNN had fabricated the footage with the headline races baby probably a trump voter Facebook and Twitter have both now pulled the deceptive video from their respective platforms the tech giant say one of the parents of the children in the video submitted a copyright complaint it's the latest in a growing list of actions taken by social media companies against the president's frequent and sometimes flagrant use of the medium trump has vowed retaliation the just the department is asking Congress to strip social media companies of certain legal protections Bobby Allyn NPR news San Francisco the Oklahoma Supreme Court is rejecting a request that everyone attending a campaign rally for president trump tomorrow and to also be required to wear a facemask and maintain social distancing court ruled today that two local residents would ask the thousands expected to attend the rally could not establish they have a clear legal right to the relief they were seeking tens of thousands of people are expected to attend the rally will be in the general area of that event stocks closed mixed today the Dow down two hundred and eight points the nasdaq closed up three points the S. and P. five hundred was down seventeen points you're listening to NPR and you're listening to KCRW on Larry Perella Friday June nineteenth very good evening to you here's what's happening at seven oh four thousands of people are rallying taking part in freedom marches around southern California today to mark Juneteenth that is a parade of cars making their way around the birth park this afternoon on the way to an all day event the eleventh annual Juneteenth celebration a rally for black independence featured a line up of music and.

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"lee davis high school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:09 min | 11 months ago

"lee davis high school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Leaders has been dismissed a federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a Virginia N. double ACP chapter that's not to change the names of two public schools named after Confederate leaders news outlets reported this week that U. S. district judge Robert Payne ruled that a two year statute of limitations had expired in the complaint against the Hanover county school board among other issues the group sued the county and the school board in August over the naming of Lee Davis high school and Stonewall Jackson middle school arguing that black students were forced to attend schools the venerated Confederate imagery in violation of their constitutional rights Keith Peters reporting coastal North Carolina is bracing for the arrival of a tropical storm forecasters are tracking Arthur which formed off the coast of Florida yesterday the system is expected to dump about one or two inches along the coasts starting tonight news and analysis at town hall dot com I'm Greg Clugston writers on trains and buses in the nation's capital we'll have to start wearing masks beginning Monday Washington metro and metro bus riders will be required to wear masks or other face coverings in an effort to help prevent the spread of coronavirus the move comes after bus and train operators ask for the requirement and customer surveys found writers supported the idea as well the mask policy will not be enforced with any criminal sanctions but the agency is trying to determine if it has enough masks to provide to passengers if there are any disputes over the policy that report from correspondent Rhonda rock struck eight firefighters remain in the hospital after an explosion at a hash oil manufacturer in Los Angeles last night two of the firefighters are in critical condition but officials say all are expected to survive last night's blast injured a dozen firefighters including some who had melted helmets and burning equipment more on these stories at town hall dot com if you could do one thing that changed you forever would you set a clear new vision for yourself this year and join Dr Sebastian Gorka on the stand with Israel tour December second two eleven.

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"lee davis high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"lee davis high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Used to try to prevent my freedom of speech my freedom of who I could speak to she choked up though over the thought of not seeing her ninety year old grandmother I'm still a granddaughter my granddaughter after barring a visit from congresswoman Omar and to leave a president trump's surging Israeli officials later said to leave could visit if you promise to abide by certain conditions during her stay Mexican officials have begun providing buses to move central American asylum seekers away from the U. S. border cities and Paris Carrie Kahn reports some migrants have been on wittingly transported to Mexico's southern border Mexico's foreign services the buses are provided the migrants waiting out there US asylum claims to alleviate overcrowding conditions in northern Mexican cities some twenty thousand migrants are currently waiting in Mexico for a resolution to their US claims a spokesman with the U. N. high commission for refugees has confirmed and PR that migrants busted towns near the Guatemalan border had no idea they were being sent that far away and expressed concern over returning in time for their U. S. court dates the U. N. H. C. R. has related concern over the practice to Mexican authorities and advocate with the Washington office on Latin America also told NPR that he witnessed many of the bust migrants just abandoning their claims and walking back into Guatemala Kerry town NPR news Mexico City a local branch of the N. double ACP is suing a Virginia school board Whitney Evans with member station the V. P. M. in Richmond says the group once the names of two schools honoring Confederate leaders to be changed the civil rights groups as Lee Davis high school in Stonewall Jackson middle school violate students constitutional rights because their names mascots and symbolism compel students to support Confederate ideologies Caitlyn banner is an attorney with Washington lawyers committee for civil rights and urban affairs which represents the indeval a C. P. Hanover branch in this case under the first amendment there's a long history of not allowing the government or individuals or school children to display or to report that they disagree with the county renames the schools after Confederate leaders in the nineteen sixties during Virginia's resistance to desegregation for NPR news I'm with me Evans in Richmond stocks in the US and worldwide ended a turbulent week with gains but economists warn there could be more to come this is NPR this is W. NYC in New York I'm should be the best seo the environmental protection agency says it's sending a team of experts to New York to help monitor lead testing in the west ward in other areas served by one water treatment plant but in federal court yesterday the city tried to fend off concerns about some neighborhoods W. N. Y. C.'s Quinn Hogan reports an attorney for new Jersey's department of environmental protection defended how the city of Newark is handling the water crisis saying vulnerable residents in the east ward don't need bottled water because their supply wasn't determined to be unsafe but the head of Newark's water supply testified there was some mixing of the different supplies through January attorneys for the natural resources defense council say that statement plus samples with elevated lead shows why pregnant women and young children on the east side should also get bottled water the NYPD has released a flier asking people to help them find a man who was recorded on security cameras placing a pair of rice cookers in a subway station the discovery of the cookers yesterday led to an evacuation and roiled the morning commute a third cooker of the same type was later discover two miles away on a sidewalk one photo released by police shows a young man looking over his shoulder as he lugs a cooker into an elevator senior NYPD official John Miller says it's unclear whether the man was intentionally trying to alarm the public or just discarding the cookers MTA chairman Pat Foye is warning writers to prepare for service cuts in the near future at a special board meeting Friday for a said that in order to balance the budget subway and bus service will have to be reduced we were gonna do everything we can to minimize the impact on subway and bus customers period the MTA's budget calls for cutting ten million dollars and subway service and thirty one million dollars in bus service next calendar year and the MTA estimates it'll have a nearly one billion dollar deficit in twenty twenty one if current trends continue there is a slight.

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"lee davis high school" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"lee davis high school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Laurie London there's a heated debate over whether Michigan congresswoman Rasheeda to leave should have accepted Israel's restrictions on visiting her Palestinian grandmother critics say she's putting activism over family but at an event for Jewish supporters gathered Friday for Shabbat dinner to leave said Israel's conditions were unfair this letter was used to try to prevent my freedom of speech my freedom of who I could speak to she choked up though over the phone of not seeing her ninety year old grandmother still granddaughter the thing I'm a granddaughter after barring a visit from congresswoman Omar and to leave a president trump's surging Israeli officials later said to leave could visit if you promise to abide by certain conditions during her stay Mexican officials have begun providing buses to move central American asylum seekers away from the U. S. border cities and Paris Carrie Kahn reports some migrants have been unwittingly transported to Mexico's southern border Mexico's foreign services the buses are provided the migrants waiting out there US asylum claims to alleviate overcrowding conditions in northern Mexican cities some twenty thousand migrants are currently waiting in Mexico for a resolution to their US claims a spokesman with the U. N. high commission for refugees has confirmed and PR that migrants busted towns near the Guatemalan border had no idea they were being sent that far away and expressed concern over returning in time for their U. S. court dates the U. N. H. C. R. has related to concern over the practice to Mexican authorities and advocate with the Washington office on Latin America also told NPR that he witnessed many of the bust migrants just abandoning their claims and walking back into Guatemala Kerry Thanh NPR news Mexico City a local branch of the N. double ACP is suing a Virginia school board Whitney Evans with member station V. P. M. in Richmond says the group once the names of two schools honoring Confederate leaders to be changed the civil rights group says Lee Davis high school in Stonewall Jackson middle school violate students constitutional rights because their names mascots and symbolism compel students to support Confederate ideologies Caitlyn banner is an attorney with Washington lawyers committee for civil rights and urban affairs which represents the indeval Lacy P. Hanover branch in this case under the first amendment there's a long history of not allowing the government for individuals or school children you display or to the court that they disagree about the county renames the schools after Confederate leaders in the nineteen sixties during Virginia's resistance to desegregation for NPR news I'm with me Evans in Richmond stocks in the US and worldwide ended a turbulent week with games but economists warn there could be more to come this is NPR hundreds of mourners showed up Friday evening at a funeral home in central el Paso morning sixty three year old Margie record who was killed by a gunman at a Walmart earlier this month records companion of twenty two years had invited the public to join him and remembering her since they had few family members I lost my son to your smoke.

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"lee davis high school" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"lee davis high school" Discussed on NPR News Now

"This message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like xfinity x. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make wifi simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply live from n._p._r. News in washington. I'm shay stevens. President trump's former campaign manager corey lewandowski says he'll gladly testify testify after being subpoenaed by a u._s. House panel as n._p._r.'s philip ewing reports lewandowski says he's eager to defend president trump the house judiciary committee issued subpoenas for lewandowski another former trump aide rick dearborn as part of what democrats called there need to evaluate impeachment the two men played key roles in what what critics have called potential obstruction of justice by the president. It isn't clear yet what dearborn will do but lewandowski told fox news radio. He's got a message for judiciary committee chairman airman jerry nadler and the democrats. I'm happy to come right because i want to explain that there was no collusion. It wasn't obstruction that hearing could take replace in september philip ewing n._p._r. News washington far right figures from across the united states will gather in portland oregon this weekend for what's being billed as a rally l. e. against antifa organ public broadcasting's mirror powell has the story a former employee of the conspiracy theory website info wars is organizing the event also involved are members of the proud boys a fraternal organization designated as a hate group by the southern poverty law center. The portland police are preparing for the rally rally as well as counter protests by local antifascists and others. Here's portland police bureau. Spokeswoman lieutenant tina jones our number. One goal for us have a is the safety of all involved which includes participants the public and our officers. None of the day's demonstrations have been permited with the city. The portland police are encouraging residents to avoid the rallies for n._p._r. News i'm mira powell in portland a local branch of the n. w. c. p. He is suing a virginia school board to change the names of two schools that honor confederate leaders from member station of v._p. M whitney evans reports from richmond. The civil rights group says lee davis high school in stonewall jackson middle school violate students constitutional rights because their names mascots and symbolism awesome compel students to support confederate ideologies caitlyn banner is an attorney with washington lawyers committee for civil rights and urban affairs which represents the n. double a._c._p. Hanover branch in this case under the first amendment. There's a long history of not allowing the government to force individuals or school children to display or to support each that they disagree with the county renamed the school saffir confederate leaders in the nineteen sixties during virginia's resistance to desegregation desegregation for n._p._r. News i'm whitney evans in richmond. Jeffrey epstein's death has been ruled. A suicide new york's medical examiners office says an autopsy topsy and other evidence confirms at the sixty-six-year-old financier hanged himself in his cell at a federal jail. This is n._p._r. News the security council met friday to discuss jammu and kashmir as police clashed with hundreds of protesters opposing a security crackdown in the region region india's ambassador site yet aqua rude and says kashmir's autonomy has been downgraded for the benefit of the people he says the status of indian in kashmir is not a matter for the u._n. Matters related to article three seventy of the indian constitution are entirely an internal donald matter of these have no external ramifications. India's government says the curfew and other restrictions imposed used in kashmir will be lifted over the next few days. Both india and pakistan claim kashmir in zimbabwe. Police attacks citizens who gathered in downtown harare.

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"lee davis high school" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"lee davis high school" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from n._p._r. News in washington. I'm jeanine herbst democratic congressman rasheed leave has called off her visit to the west bank this weekend to leave who is muslim muslim says she rejects israel's conditions about what she can and cannot say publicly during the trip as daniel estrin reports from jerusalem to leaves palestinian uncle tells n._p._r. Art family has mixed emotions. Essentially is the congresswoman's uncle he lives in a village in the israeli-occupied west bank as does the congresswoman's elderly grandmother and other relatives chiefs to leave says the whole village was preparing for her visit and the families sad she won't visit but happy she refused israel's conditions to abstain from advocating a boycott of israel oh he told n._p._r. That israel does not want americans to see the israeli occupation of the west bank to leave and congresswoman ilan omar were planning a trip this weekend but president trump tweeted tweeted against it and israel ban the trip but granted to leaves request to visit her grandmother than she turned it down. Israel's interior minister said her request and then rejection action was aimed at bashing israel. He tweeted apparently her hate for israel overcomes her love for her grandmother daniel estrin n._p._r. News jerusalem the chief medical local examiner of new york says an autopsy shows financier jeffrey epstein's death was suicide by hanging the sixty six year old was found dead in his jail cell in manhattan august tenth he had been taken off suicide. Watch and attorney general william bars as officials have uncovered what he called serious irregularities guards on duty the night of of his death or accused of falsifying records epstein was facing federal sex trafficking charges involving dozens of women and girls a local branch of the end of lease e._p._a. Suing of virginia school board to change the names of two schools that honor confederate leaders from member station v. p. m. in richmond whitney evans has more for the civil rights group says lee davis high school in stonewall jackson middle school violate students constitutional rights because their names mascots and in symbolism compel students to support confederate ideologies caitland banner is an attorney with washington lawyers committee for civil rights and urban affairs which represents the a._c._p. Hanover branch in this case under the first amendment. There's a long history of not allowing the government to force individuals or school children hugh display or to support speech that they disagree with the county renamed the schools after confederate leaders in the nineteen sixties during virginia's resistance stints to desegregation for n._p._r. News i'm whitney evans in richmond. Housing starts fell four percent last month the third month in a row thanks to a sharp decline yeah the construction of apartment buildings but the commerce department says construction of single family homes was up one point three percent wall street higher by the bell the dow up three hundred six points the nasdaq one hundred twenty nine s and p five hundred forty one all three indices up more than one percent. You're listening to n._p._r. News the famously liberal city of portland oregon is preparing for demonstrations tomorrow that aims to attract far right figures from across the country oregon oregon public broadcasting's mirrow powell reports. The demonstration is being billed as a rally against antifa a former employee of the conspiracy theory website info the wars is organizing the event also involved or members of the proud boys a fraternal organization designated as a hate group by the southern poverty law center. The portland police are preparing for the rally as well as counter protests by local antifascist and others. Here's portland police bureau spokeswoman lieutenant tina jones.

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"lee davis high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"lee davis high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Portland police are preparing for the rally as well as counter protest by local anti fascists and others here's Portland police bureau spokeswoman lieutenant Tina Jones our number one goal for this event is the safety of all involved which includes participants the public and our officers none of the day's demonstrations have been permitted with the city the Portland police are encouraging residents to avoid the rallies for NPR news I'm near a Powell in Portland a local branch of the Indo Lee C. P. is suing a Virginia school board to change the names of two schools that honor Confederate leaders from member station W. V. P. M. with the evidence reports from rich the civil rights group says Lee Davis high school in Stonewall Jackson middle school violate students constitutional rights because their names mascots and symbolism compel students to support Confederate ideologies Caitlyn banner is an attorney with Washington lawyers committee for civil rights and urban affairs which represents the indeval a C. P. Hanover branch in this case under the first amendment there's a long history of not allowing the government or individuals or school children to display or to the court that they disagree with the county renames the schools after Confederate leaders in the nineteen sixties during Virginia's resistance to desegregation for NPR news I'm with me Evans in Richmond Jeffrey up Steve's death has been ruled a suicide New York medical examiner's office says an autopsy and other evidence confirms that the sixty six year old financier Hank himself in his cell at a federal jail this is NPR news the U. insecurity council met Friday to discuss Jammu and Kashmir as police clashed with hundreds of protesters opposing a security crackdown in the region India's ambassador site yet for Rudin says Kashmir's autonomy has been downgraded for the benefit of the people he says the status of Indian Kashmir is not a matter for the U. N. matters related to article three seventy of the Indian constitution are entirely an internal matter off and it these have no external ramifications India's government says the curfew another restriction imposed in Kashmir will be lifted over the next few days both India and Pakistan claim Kashmir and then Bob way police attacks citizens who gathered in downtown Harare eight as issued a phone to Cooper ports the incident followed a ban on a plan to demonstration to protest the worsening economic situation in Zimbabwe it is still unclear how many people were hurt when the police descended on people gathered in a park in the capital city the March was meant to be the first public display of dissatisfaction with the government since the army opened fire on on the demonstrators protesting a hefty fuel price hike in January at that time seventeen people were killed in schools more weight inject is my phone a qualm reporting from Ferrari on Wall Street stocks closed higher in Friday's trading the Dow at a three hundred six points the nasdaq rose a hundred and.

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"lee davis high school" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"lee davis high school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm she Stevens president trump's former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski says he'll gladly testify after being subpoenaed by a US house panel is in Paris Philip Ewing reports Lewin else he says he's eager to defend president trump the house Judiciary Committee issued subpoenas for Lewandowski and another former trump paid Rick Dearborn as part of what Democrats called their need to evaluate impeachment the two men played key roles in what critics have called potential obstruction of justice by the president it isn't clear yet what Dearborn will do but the wind owski told fox news radio he's got a message for just your committee chairman Jerry Nadler and the Democrats I'm happy to come right because I want to explain that there was no collusion there was no obstruction that hearing to take place in September Philip Ewing NPR news Washington far right figures from across the United States will gather in Portland Oregon this weekend for what's being billed as a rally against anti for Oregon public broadcasting's near a Powell has the story a former employee of the conspiracy theory website info wars is organizing the event also involved are members of the proud boys a fraternal organization designated as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center the Portland police are preparing for the rally as well as counter protest by local anti fascists and others here's Portland police bureau spokeswoman lieutenant Tina Jones our number one goal for this event is the safety of all involved which includes participants the public and our officers none of the day's demonstrations have been permitted with the city the Portland police are encouraging residents to avoid the rallies for NPR news I'm near a Powell in Portland the local branch of the Indo Lee C. P. is suing a Virginia school board to change the names of two schools that honor Confederate leaders from member station W. V. P. M. with the evidence for it's from Richmond the civil rights group says Lee Davis high school in Stonewall Jackson middle school violate students constitutional rights because their names mascots and symbolism compel students to support Confederate ideologies Caitlyn banner is an attorney with Washington lawyers committee for civil rights and urban affairs which represents the indeval a C. P. Hanover branch in this case under the first amendment there's a long history of not allowing the government or individuals or school children you display or to support that they disagree about the county renames the schools after Confederate leaders in the nineteen sixties during Virginia's resistance to desegregation for NPR news I'm with me Evans in Richmond Jeffrey up Steve's death has been ruled a suicide New York medical examiner's office has an autopsy and other evidence confirms that the sixty six year old financier Hank himself in his cell at a federal jail this is NPR news the UN security council met Friday to discuss Jammu and Kashmir as police clashed with hundreds of protesters opposing a security crackdown in the region India's ambassador site yet for Rudin says Kashmir's autonomy has been downgraded for the benefit of the people he says the status of Indian Kashmir is not a matter for the U. N. matters related to article three seventy of the Indian constitution are entirely an internal matter off and it these have no external ramifications India's government says the curfew another restriction imposed in Kashmir will be lifted over the next few days both India and Pakistan claim Kashmir is in Bab way police attacks citizens who gathered in downtown Harare eight as issued a phone to Cooper ports the incident followed a ban on a plan to demonstration to protest the worsening economic situation in Zimbabwe it is still unclear how many people were hurt when the police descended on people gathered in a park in the capital city the March was meant to be the first public display of dissatisfaction with the government since the army opened fire on on to demonstrators protesting a hefty fuel price hike in January at that time seventeen people were killed in schools more weight inject is my phone to qualify for income Ferrari on Wall Street stocks closed higher in Friday's trading the Dow at a three hundred six points the nasdaq rose a hundred and.

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"lee davis high school" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"lee davis high school" Discussed on KCRW

"Geopolitical hot spot this is always been the the problem with this week that that is always becomes about India and Pakistan and not about the B. button class at a hospital in Milwaukee eight previously healthy teenagers came in with severe lung damage it became apparent that the one preceding factor was that the patients have been facing and good news if you hate getting blood drawn engineers look forward to using swept for some medical tests at to head out for the news live from NPR news in Washington I'm Janine Herbst democratic congressman Rashid leave has called off her visit to the west bank this weekend to leave who is Muslim said she rejects Israel's conditions about what you can and cannot say publicly during the trip as Daniel Estrin reports from Jerusalem leaves Palestinian uncle tells NPR at the family has mixed emotions by Sam to les mis the congresswoman's uncle he lives in a village in the Israeli occupied west bank as does the congresswoman's elderly grandmother and other relatives to Leeds uncle says the whole village was preparing for her visit and the family said she won't visit but happy she refused Israel's conditions to abstain from advocating a boycott of Israel he told NPR that Israel does not want Americans to see the Israeli occupation of the west bank to leave in Congress woman L. Hon Omar were planning a trip this weekend but president trump tweeted against it and Israel banned the trip but granted to leaves request to visit her grandmother then she turned it down Israel's interior minister said her request and then rejection was aimed at bashing Israel he tweeted apparently her hate for Israel overcomes her love for her grandmother Daniel Estrin NPR news Jerusalem the chief medical examiner of New York says an autopsy shows financier Jeffrey obsidian's death was suicide by hanging the sixty six year old was found dead in his jail cell in Manhattan August tenth he had been taken off suicide watch and Attorney General William Barr says officials have uncovered what he called serious irregularities guards on duty the night of his death are accused of falsifying records have seen was facing federal sex trafficking charges involving dozens of women and girls a local branch of the end of lease if he is suing a Virginia school board to change the names of two schools that honor Confederate leaders from member station V. P. M. in Richmond Whitney Evans has more visible rights groups as Lee Davis high school in Stonewall Jackson middle school violate students constitutional rights because their names mask Watson symbolism compel students to support Confederate ideologies Caitlyn banner is an attorney with Washington lawyers committee for civil rights and urban affairs which represents the indeval a C. P. Hanover branch in this case under the first amendment there's a long history of not allowing the government for individuals or school children you display or to support that they disagree about the county renames the schools after Confederate leaders in the nineteen sixties during Virginia's resistance to desegregation for NPR news I'm with me Evans in Richmond housing starts fell four percent last month the third month in a row thanks to a sharp decline in the construction of apartment buildings but the commerce department says construction of single family homes was up one point three percent Wall Street higher by the bell the Dow up three hundred six points the nasdaq up one hundred twenty nine is to be five hundred up forty one all three indices up more than one percent you're listening to NPR news and this is Casey are W. news that is a Friday August sixteenth good evening I'm Larry Pareil here's what's happening at six oh four nine western states including California will not be required to abide by a new restrictive asylum rule is KCRW's Pauline of Alaska reports a court decision today keeps an injunction against the rule in place here but the rules still apply they should wide back in July the trump administration announced a new rule that would bar asylum claims for most migrants basically migrants can ask for asylum in the US if they haven't applied for asylum in the countries they passed through to get here it didn't take long for a federal judge to issue a nationwide injunction against the rule keeping it from going into effect the trump administration responded by asking the ninth circuit court of appeals to lift the injunction and that's what it did it removes the nation wide stay allowing the new rule to go into effect in most states but it also said its decision didn't apply to the nine states within its jurisdiction so here in California the application of the new restrictive asylum rule is still on hold it is K. C. R. W.'s Pauline of Alaska reporting in family separated at the border under trump administration policies have filed millions of dollars in claims for their trauma the Associated Press reports some of the youngest children taken from their parents were placed in foster homes where they were told counts were they told counselors they were abused or molested by other children AP says it has reviewed nearly forty of the initial claims a total more than two hundred million dollars in damages lawyers say it's just the beginning with three thousand family separated in more in the process list we can judge dismissed for south Orange County cities from a homeless civil rights lawsuit lawsuit filed earlier this year advocates for homeless people in see Carol Sobel is one of those lawyers there is so much money to try to resolve this issue that it is just incredible to me that the cities are spending their time and resources demonizing people so will also says that it's time for the four cities dropped from the suit Irvine Lisa Viejo Dana point in San Juan Capistrano to take responsibility for their homeless population if you want to put your head in the sand as the south county does then put your head in the sand but don't claim shall play with somebody along comes on to Sheila but could.

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"lee davis high school" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"lee davis high school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Absolutely nothing good for the job market but it is great for trade players as the trade war with China grinds on companies look for work around to avoid president trump's terrorists it is Friday August sixteenth and this is All Things Considered from NPR news and also Chang and a merry Louise Kelly this hour with this week's economic jitters might mean for trump's reelection bid and a look at how the Kashmir region became the geopolitical hot spot this is always been the the problem of fish meat and that that is always becomes about India and Pakistan and not about the peace but class at a hospital in Milwaukee eight previously healthy teenagers came in with severe lung damage it became apparent that the one preceding factor was fifty patients have been facing and good news if you hate getting blood drawn engineers look forward to using swept for some medical tests have to head out for the news live from NPR news in Washington I'm Janine Herbst democratic congressman Rashid leave has called off her visit to the west bank this weekend to leave who is Muslim said she rejects Israel's conditions about what you can and cannot say publicly during the trip as annulus reports from Jerusalem leaves Palestinian uncle tells NPR at the family has mixed emotions by Sam too late as the congresswoman's uncle he lives in a village in the Israeli occupied west bank as does the congresswoman's elderly grandmother and other relatives to Leeds uncle says the whole village was preparing for her visit and the family said she won't visit but happy she refused Israel's conditions to abstain from advocating a boycott of Israel he told NPR that Israel does not want Americans to see the Israeli occupation of the west bank to leave in Congress woman L. Hon Omar were planning a trip this weekend but president trump tweeted against it and Israel banned the trip but granted to leaves request to visit her grandmother then she turned it down Israel's interior minister said her request and then rejection was aimed at bashing Israel he tweeted apparently her hate for Israel overcomes her love for her grandmother Daniel Estrin NPR news Jerusalem the chief medical examiner of New York says an autopsy shows financier Jeffrey up scenes death was suicide by hanging the sixty six year old was found dead in his jail cell in Manhattan August tenth he had been taken off suicide watch and Attorney General William Barr says officials have uncovered what he called serious irregularities guards on duty the night of his death are accused of falsifying records have seen was facing federal sex trafficking charges involving dozens of women and girls a local branch of the end of lease if he is suing a Virginia school board to change the names of two schools that honor Confederate leaders from member station V. P. M. in Richmond Whitney Evans has more visible rights group says Lee Davis high school in Stonewall Jackson middle school violate students constitutional rights because their names mass **** and symbolism compel students to support Confederate ideologies Caitlyn banner is an attorney with Washington lawyers committee for civil rights and urban affairs which represents the indeval a C. P. Hanover branch in this case under the first amendment there's a long history of not allowing the government or individuals or school children you display or to the court that they disagree about the county renames the schools after Confederate leaders in the nineteen sixties during Virginia's resistance to desegregation for NPR news I'm with me Evans in Richmond housing starts fell four percent last month the third month in a row thanks to a sharp decline in the construction of apartment buildings but the commerce department says construction of single family homes was up one point three percent Wall Street higher by the bell the Dow up three hundred six points the nasdaq up one hundred twenty nine is to be five hundred forty one all three indices up more than one percent you're listening to NPR news from KQED news I'm terrace Siler the services go judge presiding over P. genies bankruptcy has issued a pair of key rulings in the case KQ these damned Recchi reports in one ruling judge Dennis Fung tali said P. Jeannie will retain the exclusive right to present a reorganization plan the company told the court it will present the plan next month in a second order the judge said he will allow a crucial wildfire lawsuit against P. Jeannie to go to trial in San Francisco Superior Court the action involves a handful of plaintiffs who suffered losses in the twenty seventeen tubs fire Montello he said the outcome of that case will help determine P. genies overall liability for the fire and help him in the process of estimating how much the company will need to pay while fire victims when it emerges from bankruptcy I am damn Breaky KQED news California's unemployment rate dipped to a record low last month KQ Edie's Holly J. make the reports that the state's job growth has been on a street for nearly a decade the unemployment rate fell to historic low of four point one percent last month that's according to new data released by the California employment development department the figures show that more than three point two million jobs have been added since twenty ten again that amounts to more than fifteen percent of the country's job gains in fact California leads at least eight thousand new jobs each month to keep up with this growing work force the numbers come as analysts say it markets are showing warning signs of a recession raising worries that the.

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"lee davis high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"lee davis high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From NPR and did a media it says you know USA I meant on yesterday here in for many game today a look at the animated that Tina icon Dora the explorer we talk about what inspired her rise to preschool programming dominance this idea of not extra meaning and heart and urgency to the mission of the show and how almost twenty years later she was re imagined as a teenager in a new live action film and I would like to think that everyone no matter where they come from they can all say that they have some door and in them also on the show my conversation with writer as mother son yeah live from the ninety second street Y. when I had children I realized my children have the same kind of questions about why aren't people identify with what the legal way we not visible in this country all things coming up on that you know you are saying stay with us live from NPR news in Washington I'm Janine Herbst democratic congressman Rashid leave has called off her visit to the west bank this weekend to leave who is Muslim said she rejects Israel's conditions about what you can and cannot say publicly during the trip as analyst reports from Jerusalem leaves Palestinian uncle tells NPR at the family has mixed emotions but Sam too late as the congresswoman's uncle he lives in a village in the Israeli occupied west bank as does the congresswoman's elderly grandmother and other relatives to Leeds uncle says the whole village was preparing for her visit and the family said she won't visit but happy she refused Israel's conditions to abstain from advocating a boycott of Israel he told NPR that Israel does not want Americans to see the Israeli occupation of the west bank to leave in Congress woman L. Hon Omar were planning a trip this weekend but president trump tweeted against it and Israel banned the trip but granted to leaves request to visit her grandmother then she turned it down Israel's interior minister said her request and then rejection was aimed at bashing Israel he tweeted apparently her hate for Israel overcomes her love for her grandmother Daniel Estrin NPR news Jerusalem the chief medical examiner of New York says an autopsy shows financier Jeffrey up scenes death was suicide by hanging the sixty six year old was found dead in his jail cell in Manhattan August tenth he had been taken off suicide watch and Attorney General William Barr says officials have uncovered which he called serious irregularities guards on duty the night of his death are accused of falsifying records have seen was facing federal sex trafficking charges involving dozens of women and girls a local branch of the NWC P. is suing a Virginia school board to change the names of two schools that honor Confederate leaders from member station V. P. M. in Richmond Whitney Evans has more visible rights group says Lee Davis high school in Stonewall Jackson middle school violate students constitutional rights because their names Matt Scott since symbolism compel students to support Confederate ideologies Caitlyn banner is an attorney with Washington lawyers committee for civil rights and urban affairs which represents the indeval a C. P. Hanover branch in this case under the first amendment there's a long history of not allowing the government or individuals or school children you display or to report that they disagree about the county renames the schools after Confederate leaders in the nineteen sixties during Virginia's resistance to desegregation for NPR news I'm with me Evans in Richmond housing starts fell four percent last month the third month in a row thanks to a sharp decline in the construction of apartment buildings but the commerce department says construction of single family homes was up one point three percent Wall Street higher by the bell the Dow up three hundred six points the nasdaq up one hundred twenty nine is to be five hundred up forty one all three indices up more than one percent you're listening to NPR news and this is WNYC in New York I'm Sean Carlson the MTA held a special board meeting to review a report on the agency's time keeping practices W. my see Steven S. and says there is agreement about the problem but not who is to blame third party studied the overtime problems that the MTA after embarrassing reports showed some track workers were making more than four hundred thousand dollars a year many board members agreed the MTA should have a consistent time keeping method across agencies for example instead of using pen and paper everyone should go digital transport workers union president John Samuelson says it simply bad management to blame for all the overtime hours not workers cheating on time sheets there's not one lick of evidence that inappropriate over time has been rapidly doled out in fact the evidence suggests the exact opposite him TA is already begun installing biometric time clocks there's also a federal investigation of the overtime two time Oscar nominee Peter Fonda has died the son of Henry Fonda and the younger brother of Jane Fonda was seventy nine years old during an interview with WNYC in nineteen ninety eight he talked about his book don't tell dad and growing up in a famous family that was sheltered from reality it wasn't until I moved east and we all lived in Greenwich Connecticut that I became aware of other societies in certain cliques and therefore prejudices and racism and all those things I had no idea what they were like till I was nine years old what it meant bonus family said he died of respiratory failure due to lung cancer for the rest of.

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"lee davis high school" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"lee davis high school" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"That race as far as trump's talk with indian prime minister modi at the summit trump told reporters the relationship is strong all over you will years over the relationship is i don't believe ever been better than his wrote that but earlier trump called a new indian tariffs on u._s. products unacceptable correspondent linda kenyon says reluctantly the house passed the senate bill on humanitarian aid at the southern border house progressives like alexandria cossio cortez said only the house bill would do what we should ideally be doing is passing appear humanitarian bill to get money straight to those kids the senate version emerged victorious due in part to a time crunch and the fact that president trump said he would not sign the house's bill this spring court delta huge blow to efforts to combat the drawing of electoral districts for partisan gain as correspondent jury bolander explains chief justice john roberts wrote the majority opinion in the five four ruling saying the courts of the wrong place to settle disputes over district lines that that falls to voters and elected officials but the court put a hold on the trump administration's effort to add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty cents sucks closed mixed the dow dropping ten points the s._m._p. and nasdaq up barbara kusak news at ten oh two on brian here's the supreme court ruled today in gerrymandering case involving maryland the high court says it has no role to play in policing political districts gone for partisan gain and there are plenty of politically drawn districts in maryland says todd ever with the democrat controlled maryland legislature they have dominated the drawing of those maps and have now basically drawn that map distorted it to the point where maryland has a congressional delegation with a li a single republican district on the eastern shore early political science professor saint mary's college tried repeatedly to get the legislature to approve a nonpartisan approach to gerrymandering and the legislature refuses to even consider it the next congressional map will be drawn maryland in twenty twenty one barbara w._m._a. ellen w._m._a. a._l. dot com republican governor larry hogan says he'll keep pushing for redistricting reform in maryland but democrats a national solution for reform is needed not a piecemeal approach on a state by state basis this print port reverse the outcome of federal court rulings in maryland north carolina hogan says the court's ruling is quote terribly disappointing to all those who believe in fair elections and virginia county school board member who voted to change to school names honoring confederate leaders has lost her seat the richmond times dispatch reports that hanover board of supervisors opted against reappointing marla coleman who represents henry district sean davis represents the district on the board of supervisors he says coleman's vote against keeping the names lee davis high school in stonewall jackson middle school wasn't the reason she wasn't reinstated he says the decision was based on qualifications when other school board member voted to change the names five oh to keep them army officer turned math teacher george replaces coleman the newspaper says coleman haven't returned calls or emails and wasn't at wednesday's board of supervisors meeting wwl news time ten four now w. a. a._l. traffic.

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"lee davis high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"lee davis high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A million dollar ticket was sold at a stop and shop supermarket in east Wareham Twitter publishes data from millions of tweets reportedly from thousands of accounts link to operatives based in Russia and Iran now to the ticket dot com sports studio. Adam Kaufman, Red Sox dodgers each one win away from meeting in the World Series. Boston can close it series in Houston tonight. Bruins four game winning streaks over Bs lost in Calgary. Five to in other news, a multi state salmonella outbreak is spreading CBS's Sabrina. Coupon tells us it's putting the poultry industry under the microscope. Twenty nine states are reporting cases Twenty-one people have ended up in the hospital after eating contaminated chicken products. And the CDC's coal embezzler says it's not just one supplier fifty eight different facilities. So this seems to be. A wider problem in the industry. He says they have notified the poultry industry of their investigation. They are not telling consumers to stop eating chicken. But instead to make sure that it is cooked thoroughly to make matters worse. The strain of salmonella in this outbreak appears to be anti-biotics resistant Sabrina cupid for CBS news, Atlanta. One person is dead. Second hospitalized after a carbon monoxide incident and Wales. Massachusetts officials are investigating to see if the home on browse beach road had working CO detectors heating is a leading cause of carbon monoxide in the home Virginia high school teacher is heading to prison. Christopher Brandon has agreed to plead guilty in a hacking scheme. That allowed him to obtain nude pictures and other private information for more than two hundred people, including celebrities court documents, do not include the names of the celebrities. Prosecutors plan to recommend a three year prison term as part of a plea deal. Brandon resigned as a teacher at Lee Davis high school in suburban Richmond Virginia when he was charged today. Jim, Chris, cillizza Bs news. She was trying to cheer up her brother as WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports and Ashland girl is credited with helping her sibling meet one of his idols. Howie silver reached out to Ohio State football players asking them to contact then sixteen year old Jake who had just been diagnosed with bone cancer into a big surgery. If you could just send a message get well soon, or like anything pretty much to boost our brother spirit. No one responded except former Ohio State players Zeke Elliot who had recently been drafted by the Cowboys Halley couldn't believe it vibrated. And I was like no way Elliott reached out to Jake right away. And it was good timing for the teenager feeling great Zeke message me my date. This turned around just like that. I was for that Zeke and Jake have since become friends this past weekend Elliott gave the family tickets to the Dallas game and they flew out to meet him. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ News Radio ten thirty shock cacao. John has been named grand marshal of the twenty nineteen rose parade during the announcement tournament of roses, president Gerald free praised the legendary singer both as a performer a longtime activists known for hits such as I'm every woman shock Akon has won ten Grammies and sold close to seventy million records, a member of congress is raising money to pay a football fine. United States congressman Gary graves started a gofundme page to raise the one hundred thousand dollars to pay a fine for fans storming the field after the Louisiana state university tiger football team beat number two ranked Georgia last Saturday fancy.

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"lee davis high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"lee davis high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston can close it series in Houston tonight. Bruins four game winning streaks over Bs lost in Calgary. Five to in other news, Dallas multi state salmonella outbreak is spreading CBS's Sabrina cupid tells us it's putting the poultry industry under the microscope. Twenty nine states are reporting cases Twenty-one people have ended up in the hospital after eating contaminated chicken. Products and the CDC's Colin Basler says it's not just one supplier fifty eight different facilities. So the seems to be a wider problem in the industry. He says they have notified the poultry industry of their investigation. They are not telling consumers to stop eating chicken. But instead to make sure that it is cooked thoroughly to make matters worse. The strain of salmonella in this outbreak appears to be antibiotic resistant Sabrina cubit for CBS news, Atlanta, one person is data's second hospitalized after a carbon monoxide incident in Wales. Massachusetts officials are investigating to see if the home on browse beach road had working CO detectors heating is the leading cause of carbon monoxide in the home of Virginia. High school teacher is heading to prison. Christopher Brandon has agreed to plead guilty in a hacking scheme. That allowed him to obtain nude pictures and other private information for more than two hundred people, including celebrities court documents, do not include the names of the celebrities. Prosecutors plan to recommend a three year prison term. S part of a plea deal. Brandon resigned as a teacher at Lee Davis high school in suburban Richmond Virginia when he was charged to Naperville, Jim Chris Bs news. She was trying to cheer up her brother as WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports and Ashland girl is credited with helping our sibling meet one of his idols Halley silver reached out to Ohio State football players asking them to contact then sixteen year old Jake who had just been diagnosed with bone cancer into a big surgery. If you could just send a message get well soon, or like anything pretty much to buy their spirits. No one responded except former Ohio State player Zeke Elliot who had recently been drafted by the Cowboys Halley couldn't believe it. I saw by breaded, and I was like no way Elliott reached out to Jake right away. And it was good timing for the teenager wasn't feeling. Great unique message me my date this turned around just like that..

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"lee davis high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"lee davis high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston can close it series in Houston tonight. Bruins four game winning streaks over Bs lost in Calgary. Five to in other news, a multi stay salmonella outbreak is spreading CBS's Sabrina cupid says as putting the poultry industry under the microscope. Twenty nine states are reporting cases Twenty-one people have ended up in the hospital after eating contaminated chicken products and the CDs colon Basler says it's not just one supplier fifty eight different facilities. So this seems to be a wider problem in the industry. He says they have notified the poultry industry of their investigation. They are not telling consumers to stop eating chicken. But instead to make sure that it is cooked thoroughly to make matters worse. The strain of salmonella in this outbreak appears to be antibiotic resistant Sabrina cubit for CBS news, Atlanta. One person is dead. A second hospitalized after a carbon monoxide incident in Wales. Massachusetts officials are investigating to see if the home on browse speech road had working CO detectors heating is the leading cause of carbon monoxide in the home Virginia high school teacher is heading to prison. Christopher Brandon has agreed to plead. Guilty in a hacking scheme that allowed him to obtain nude pictures and other private information for more than two hundred people, including celebrities court documents, do not include the names of the celebrities. Prosecutors plan to recommend a three year prison term as part of a plea deal. Brandon resigned as a teacher at Lee Davis high school in suburban Richmond Virginia when he was charged in April. Jim, Chris, cillizza Bs news. She was just trying to cheer up her brother as WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports and Ashland girl is credited with helping our sibling meet one of his idols Halley silver reached out to Ohio State football players asking them to contact then sixteen year old Jake who had just been diagnosed with bone cancer going into a big surgery. If you could just send a message get well soon or anything pretty much to boost our brother spirit. No one responded except former Ohio State players Zeke Elliot who had recently been drafted by the Cowboys Halley couldn't believe it vibrated. And I was like no way Elliott. Reached out to Jake right away. And it was good timing for the teenager. Wasn't feeling great Zeke messages me my date. This turned around just like that. I was gonna get mood for that Zeke and Jake have since become friends this past weekend Elliott gave.

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