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"liu palmer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"liu palmer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Death of chicago's first black mayor harold washington he died early in his second term of office that can maintaining seven today remember harold story with showed that we first put together in the early days of our radio show for the tenth anniversary of his death if you don't anything about howard wash it in your in for a he's this charismatic idealistic man by knee and smart and a great talker democrat threatening issues with the scale that is hard to think of any democrat in office right now who does it as well a pragmatists to get things done at one of our program today is about what happened during heralds life than we ever should act to about what can afterwards stay with us word of the bushes you're going to be hearing over the course of this hour it's must have people who close to howard washington many of them activists and politicians liu palmer judge eugene pinch him congressman danny davis than alderman eugene sawyer there are people from his administration jackie grimshaw grason mitchell tim you'll black and to reporters who followed his story vernon jarrett monroe anderson gary rivlin laura washington who later became his press secretary i will also be an occasional opponent or voter stick around at one yesterday for decades chicago politics have been run with an iron hand by the legendary political boss richard j daley our story begins just after his staff in netted seventy six when the machine was sputtering with no strong leader and the possibility a small possibility of changing give you sense of what it meant to be loyal black haldeman and chicago machine at that time consider what happened in city hall the day richard daley died bath tradition the president protamil the city council should at least occupied amir's office until such time as we process was determined for the election of a new mayor and who was the only thing false loyal black all amount from a third or fourth war our daily democrat a lawyer impeccable reputation impeccable credentials the only way miss qualification he had received by god or dane that he'd be mourned black and the pa structure sent police officers to the fifth floor armed citizen door to prevent falls from even entering the mayor's office that was a tremendous insult mm it was an insult but it was not unusual the way the.

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"liu palmer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"liu palmer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"1980s though when race came up in chicago wasn't segment with code words dog whistles people didn't pretending were not about race good evening was hit a washington mr washington uh could you clarify a point for ray um i understand that uh once you move into city hall you're going to uh remove all the elevator boxes and replace them with fines is that uh that drew what replace them with what what fine lines in the years you know what i know you want to know i don't think we have three million charges in the city right wbz chicago's this american life america's is your denmark's thirtieth anniversary of the death of chicago's first black mayor harold washington he died early in his second term of office beca 1987 today remember herald story with showed that we first put together in the early days of our radio show for the tenth anniversary of his death if you don't anything about howard wash it in your in for a treat he's this charismatic idealistic man funny and smart and a great talker democrat renting issues with the scale that is hard to think of any democrat in office right now who does it as well a pragmatists to get things done at one of our program today is about what happened during heralds life than we ever should act to about what can afterwards stay with us word of the bushes you're going to be hearing over the course of this hour it's must mostly people who have close to howard washington many of them activists and politicians liu palmer judge eugene pinch them congressman danny davis than alderman eugene sawyer their people from his administration jack grimshaw grason mitchell tim you'll.

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"liu palmer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"liu palmer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Father was done wrong so hailed as a as an unusual person and he nursed this resentment allow the democratic party had deserted his father in one time in his father and fall of the third war uh he's a confused gaggle assessment mission in wanting to do the right thing but yet he was balanced off by this pragmatism that you've got to play ball to a degree with the organization and he was correct he would have he wouldn't have made it without the democratic machine usually in chicago political activists had a choice they could go with politicians who were good any issues but then had no political experience dealing with the machine when he get hacks and do the machine but we terrible in the issues washington was the rarest kind of politician delivered on the issues near the machine which is why in fact he did not job liu palmer was at the center of the effort draft mayor well we talked to herald while he was reluctant very reluctant at the time he was in paris and was enjoying being a congress with enjoying a partly because he was far from machine he saved some requirements so how much money would have to raise we'd have to uh uh get fifty thousand new voters the asked that the well you'll never get that are used fifty 50000 knowing that no way in the world are they gonna come up with their two thousand new rate than it was hard in those days come up with fifty thousand registered voters they registered 130000 hundred in voters yup you know what foot harald washington over with a broad masses of black people when they primary debates that triumph was a televised debate in be because you had uh uh you had burned the had somebody who could talk herald but you view that lineup daily was richard endale a son of the late mayor richard j daley burn was chamber the than incumbent mayor and harold yuri no herald those are the three accredit contenders in the race it is the fall of 1983 named a typical exchange between them three of them were asked to one point what they would do if anything about the police department's office of professional place in the police department which handles complaints about police misconduct and brutality jayme.

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"liu palmer" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

WLRH 89.3 HD3

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"liu palmer" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

"Death of chicago's first black mayor gerald washington he died early in his second term of office beckham 1887 today remember harold story with showed that we first put together in the early days of radio show for the tenth anniversary of his death if you don't know anything about howard washington you're in for tree he's this charismatic idealistic man funny and smart and great talker democrat friends with the skill that is hard to think of any democrat in office right now who does it as well a pragmatists to get things done at one of our program today is about what happened during harold life than we ever should act to about what can afterwards stay with us toward about the voices you're going to be hearing over the course of this and it's must have people who were close to howard washington many of them activists and politicians liu palmer judge eugene pinch them congressman danny davis than alderman eugene here there are people from his administration check grimshaw in mitchell tim you'll black it's a reporters story vernon jogged monroe anderson gary rivlin laura washington who later became his press secretary to also be an occasional opponent or voter seagram at one yesterday decades chicago politics have joined with an iron hand by the legendary pujols richard j daley our story begins just after his death in a seventy six th th the machine was with no strong leader and the possibility small possible of change give you a chance of what it meant to be a loyal bc haldeman machine at that time contained what happened in city hall the day richard daley died tradition through recounts council should at least occupy his office until such time as we process was determined for the election of a new mayor and who was the original some false oil black all amount from a a fourth war our daily democrat a lawyer impeccable reputation impeccable credentials the only way qualification he had received by god or dane that he be born blind and the pa structure sent police officers to the fifth floor bombed a citizen door to.

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"liu palmer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"liu palmer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The only way missed qualification he had received by god or dane that he'd be mourned black power structure sent police officers to the fifth floor armed citizen door to prevent false leaving entering the mayor's office that was a tremendous insult and he was an insult but it was not unusual the wave machine picked through the black leaders would be the mostly visitors did would they were told flexing chicago had nowhere to go with democratic machine stocks but then there were a series of famous ed especially infuriating insults from the white political establishment biggest among them black voters finally elected an anti machine candidate theme jane burn who once in office betrayed them sucked up to the white sheen made appointments in decisions specifically to prove she was not in the pocket of black chicago then circumstances came together some by planning so by locke made it possible to elect a black mayor the planning organizers registered over a hundred thousand minority voters have rallies meetings declaring it was time to elect a black mayor two candidates split the white vote one more piece of luck chicago democratic party had created in spite of itself washington furniture it was an old friend andy vocal dot com no was in that broader now don't forget house had been a precent kept his father had boomed him as a prison captain says he would eleven years old but his father was done wrong sohail is a as an unusual person and he nursed this resentment allow the democratic party had deserted his father in one time in his father and fall of the third war uh he's a confused gang a little sense of mission inning wanted to do the right thing but yet he was balanced solve by this pragmatism that you've got to play ball to a degree with the organization and he was correct he would he wouldn't have made it without the democratic machine he's calcutta collected he's had a choice they could go with politicians any issues plan had no political experience dealing with the machine where they could get hacks who knew the machine but we terrible and the issues washington with various kind of politician delivered on the issues near the machine which is why in fact he did not want the job liu palmer was at the center of the effort draft pact mayor well we talked about how it was reluctant very reluctant at the time he was in congress and was.

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"liu palmer" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"liu palmer" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"That search continues this morning in coventry to boaters are missing something went wrong out there on johnson spun late last night something like this hasn't happened in a long time so what we have a lot of resources hair on we're trying to who we got a very good active search going on and on oregon on key frank round the central coventry fire department even sunshine will ten coastguard dive teams hall assisting in that search social an amber alert in the night coming out of central massachusetts founded mother and her small child and said woods near charlton in massachusetts this of the mother had been making threats those the amber alert which has since been cancel all tops you'd be conducted on the body of a man found in the big river area on wednesday west greenwich same general area where they were looking for fifty year old coventry men who went missing last week providence police investigating a deadly garbage truck strike fifty one year old woman was killed wednesday at hartford avenue near wayland road district court judge is being thrown out of the bench the case of rafael ovallis wpro's steve klamkin has more in his story it's fourteen members take the work of the commission on judicial tenure and discipline very seriously the room can be dr legal analyst liu palmer once served on the panel which heard 55 witnesses over eighteen days in the case involving district court judge rafael ovallis of course we didn't vote wanted it open erie some described bizarre behaviour by the state's first hispanic judge both in his court and into his chambers the panel found forty one violations of the code of judicial conduct and recommends judge ovallis be removed from the bench the state supreme court may hold another trial like hearing to make its decision steve klamkin wpro news here in providence police it if arrested a serial robbery suspect he's 35year old willy rathbone they think that he may be responsible for nine stick ops across providence this month alone that was in permanent we that and what it up it called him there david lapatin of the providence police they think that rathbone held up the north main street walgreens early on wednesday morning north korean regime continues to threaten guam they've been doing that since.

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"liu palmer" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"liu palmer" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The commission on judicial tenure and discipline very seriously the ramifications in be dire legal analyst liu palmer one served on the panel which heard 55 witnesses over eighteen days in the case involving district court judge rafael ovallis of course so we confident as a rule but judge rose wanted it open area he got that some described bizarre behaviour by the state's first hispanic judge both in his court and into his chambers the panel found forty one violations of the code of judicial conduct and recommends judge ovallis be removed from the bench the state supreme court may hold another the trial like hearing to make its decision steve klamkin wpro new providence police arrested a suspect in a string of and overnight armed robberies the latest this morning at three 30th the walgreens on north main street detective major david lapatin says it was important to get a gunwielding banded off the streets and they say he says the man suspected in at least eight inch sentence and five days where you are killed in a way that in showing the code noel identify him at others and he'll be judged the identify lapatin identifies the suspect is year old willy rathbone of no known address it was taken at an la would avenue apartment near the bus garage police were investigating whether there was an accomplice wpro sports tonight red sox attempy yankees at toronto the pawsox host charlotte and coming up on brush you know there is a football game going to be played tomorrow night traffic accu weather and grass just ahead wpro news time 603 four bother us out of here to fall through about dietary supplements did you know that twenty five.

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