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"The town house above the sunset strip in the 1970s It features original walnut floors a small garden that surrounds a koi pond a 1930s marble fireplace and a rooftop deck where one can take in views of downtown Los Angeles and the Pacific Ocean Liberace's townhouse is now on the market for nearly three and a half $1 million I'm dean kodiak and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Hackers compromise the federal bureau of investigations external email system yesterday The hackers sent out tens of thousands of emails from an FBI email account warning about a possible cyberattack that according to the spam House project which tracks spam and related cyber threats the FBI said it along with the cybersecurity and infrastructure security agency was aware of the incident It was not a classified email system that was compromised Governor Kathy hogel announced that ten state mass vaccination sites are now open to children ages 5 to 11 Hogel said yesterday that more than 50,000 kids in that age group have already received the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine which is the only one so far to receive CDC clearance for kids Among the ten sites now giving jobs to kids are too in New York City including medgar Evers college in Brooklyn and the bay Eden senior center in The Bronx New York State says that it will stop taking most requests from struggling tenants for its pandemic rent relief This because an overwhelming number of applicants had left the program nearly out of money The huge demand for aid underscores the severe economic pain inflicted by the coronavirus outbreak Retail sales are in focus in the week ahead Bloomberg's care in Moscow has more The U.S. retail sales report is out Tuesday It could show an acceleration in October as consumer demand for a variety of goods remains resilient Such of us spending on merchandise will continue to put pressure on global supply chains already straining to keep up It's also a busy week ahead for retail earnings Walmart target and Home Depot are among those scheduled report We're also watching for a report on industrial production Tuesday housing starts around Wednesday and the weekly initial jobless claims numbers Thursday Karen Moscow Bloomberg radio Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I am Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg This is balance and power with David Weston I think this is shots are actually a good idea We also want to slow down these break through infections None of us expect the Taliban to change its behavior at all when it comes to the ferries activity Where the world of politics meets the world of business What do employers do as real wages start to tick up Cleaner is actually cheaper when you internalize all those negative effects for the burning of fossil fuels Balance of power with David Weston on Bloomberg radio Coming up this hour former fed vice chair roger Ferguson on what the future of the fed could look like Plus Larry culp.
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"Sports At 5 eastern On Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com The American military reportedly covered up air strikes in Syria that killed dozens of civilians in 2019 A New York Times report says up to 64 women and children were killed in a battle against ISIS near the town of Baghuz in 2019 The report claims the air strikes were ordered by a classified U.S. special ops unit Former adviser to president Donald Trump Steve Bannon is expected to turn himself in on Monday after being indicted for contempt of Congress Bannon had refused to want to risk subpoena to testify before the House committee investigating the attack on the U.S. capitol January 6th A line of thunderstorms swept through all 5 boroughs of New York City Saturday dropping hail possibly sending a tornado across a Long Island Perhaps tough weather to bring in a 79 foot Christmas tree brightening things in Manhattan the Rockefeller center Christmas tree arrived Saturday The tree was donated by a Maryland family This tree traveled about a 140 miles coming all the way from Maryland The first rocks in her tree to come from that state There's Joe friar They plan to light up the tree December 1st I'm Scott Carr And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Hackers compromise the federal bureau of investigations external email system yesterday The hackers sent out tens of thousands of emails from an FBI email account warning about a possible cyberattack that according to the spam House project which tracks spam and related cyber threats The FBI said it along with the cybersecurity and infrastructure security agency was aware of the incident It was not a classified email system that was compromised Governor Kathy hogel announced that ten state mass vaccination sites are now open to children ages 5 to 11 Hogel said yesterday that more than 50,000 kids in that age group have already received the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine which is the only one so far to receive CDC clearance for kids Among the ten sites now giving jobs to kids are too in New York City including medgar Evers college in Brooklyn and the bay Eden senior center in The Bronx New York State says that it will stop taking most requests from struggling tenants for its pandemic rent relief This because an overwhelming number of applicants had left the program nearly out of money The huge demand for aid underscores the severe economic pain inflicted by the coronavirus outbreak Retail sales are in focus in the week ahead Bloomberg's care in Moscow has more The U.S. retail sales report is out Tuesday It could show an acceleration in October as consumer demand for a variety of goods remains resilient Such robust spending on merchandise will continue to put pressure on global supply chains already straining to keep up It's also a busy week ahead for retail earnings Walmart target and Home Depot among those scheduled report We're also watching for a report on industrial production Tuesday housing starts around Wednesday and the weekly initial jobless claims numbers Thursday Karen Moscow Bloomberg radio Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg Broadcasting from the financial capital of the world Bloomberg 11.3 in New York To Washington D.C. Bloomberg 99.
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"Bloomberg radio Now a global news update The trial of another alleged racial shooting continues in Georgia this week the trial of three white men charged with the murder of ahmaud Arbery resumes in Georgia on Monday The unarmed 25 year old black man was shot to death while jogging for a neighborhood last year In court on Thursday a defense attorney objected to the reverend Al sharpton being seated in the gallery to support the victim's family claiming it was an effort to influence the jury and adding we don't want any more black pastors coming in here He apologized the next day but now civil rights attorney Ben krump is tweeting quote we are going to bring 100 black pastors to pray with the family next week A new report claims the U.S. Military covered up air strikes in Syria that killed dozens of civilians The New York Times reports that in 2019 up to 64 women and children were killed in a battle against ISIS near the town of bagus The report claims the air strikes were ordered by a classified U.S. special operations unit in charge of ground operations in Syria It says U.S. central command acknowledged the strikes for the first time this week and claimed they were justified In a statement central command says 16 ISIS fighters were killed in the strikes and it's unclear if other people were civilians and investigation is underway after a hacker sent spam emails from an FBI server Friday night to at least 100,000 people The person's motives are unknown and it wasn't immediately clear the extent to which the hacker gained access to the FBI's email system The spam was signed as the U.S. Department of Homeland Security cyber threat detection and analysis group which has an existed for at least two years In an emailed statement the FBI and cybersecurity agency said an unauthorized person had access FBI infrastructure and that the situation was ongoing I'm Jim Forbes New York governor Kathy hoku announces that ten state mass vaccination sites are now open to children ages 5 to 11 David folk Thomas has more hope of making the announcement Saturday and she said more than 50,000 kids in that age group have already received the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine which is the only one so far to receive CDC clearance for children Among the ten sites now giving jabs to kids are too in New York City including medgar Evers college in Brooklyn and the bay Eden senior center in The Bronx The governor says all 13 state mass vaccination sites will soon have pediatric doses of the vaccine available Southwest Airlines is rolling out new incentives for its employees with the goal of avoiding more canceled flights according to an internal memo they want to avoid canceled flights over the busy holiday travel period amid concerns over staffing Pilots flight attendants and other operational employees could receive rapid rewards valued at over $1400 The White House is planning a big ceremony to mark one of President Biden's key agenda items reporter Monica Alba has more On Monday he'll find the $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure Bill into law surrounded by Democrats and Republicans who were instrumental in its passage kicking off major upgrades to roads bridges airports and water systems nationwide White House press secretary Jen Psaki says a coordinator will oversee implementation of the mass of $1.2 trillion bill and Britney Spears is celebrating her newfound freedom after a California judge ended her 13 yearlong conservatorship on Friday The pop star had spoken out against the conservatorship for months calling it abusive and getting her father Jamie spears suspended as her conservator in September And that's the very latest I'm Jim Forbes Now there's Bloomberg sports up to 8 while the Giants are in there by week the chance will be trying to watch the bad taste out of their mouth from the last time they took the field a week ago Thursday night when they were 15 point losers to the colts giving up 45 points Quinnen Williams knows they have to be better There's a lot of stuff that we did around and a lot of execution on different things that we got learned from a game and just the willingness to learn from that game and willingness to urgency to get it correct fans The bills come calling to the Meadowlands this afternoon Aaron Rodgers expected to play for the packers today in Seattle after being cleared from COVID protocol Ben Roethlisberger out for the stealers as he goes on the COVID list Hall of Famer Sam hafu revolutionized the linebacker position in the 1950s and 60s with both the Giants and Washington has passed away at the age of 87 And Chris Crowder each scored a pair of goals The rangers skated past the blue jackets in Columbus 5 three the Devils came up flat Lindy ruffs team beating at The Rock 5 tube on the bruins Well they blocked a lot of shots but part of it when you don't get inside allows them the front Paxton We didn't shoot pucks quick enough You know the result was we spent too much time outside the dots New Jersey's three game winning streak comes to an end College football number one Georgia got by Tennessee 41 17 Number two Alabama beat New Mexico state 59 to three It was number four Ohio State over perdue 59 to 31 and number 9 Notre-Dame a 28 three winner at Virginia Rutgers wanted Indiana 38 three in army beat buck Nell 63 ten it was Clemson over Yukon 44 to 7 College basketball and Rutgers knocked off merrimack 48 35 St. John's down Saint Peter's 91 to 70 and it was number 24 Connecticut with an 89 54 win over cup and state with a Bloomberg sports update on Frank arity This is balance and power with David Weston.
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"To the PRC for her immediate and unconditional release and for Beijing She respected free press and the right of people to express themselves freely Zhang was detained in May 2020 later convicted of picking quarrels and provoking trouble and sentenced to four years in prison Her reports from Wuhan countered official narratives that tried to paint a picture of the outbreak as being under control John ruic NPR news Four astronauts returned safely to earth late Monday aboard a SpaceX capsule They spent more than 6 months in space a new team of astronauts is scheduled to launch tomorrow night to the International Space Station aboard a SpaceX capsule You're listening to NPR news Your listening to WNYC at 7 O four good morning on Michael hill 52 in sunny a sunny day heading up to the mid 60s on this Tuesday Be in number 6 subway trains have delays in the city and we have delays this morning on NJ transit's main Bergen port jervis line as well A rough rollout yesterday of the city's school vaccination program for 5 to 11 year olds supply of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine came a way short of demand in some places and some schools had to turn students away without their shots easy sailing though at some of the other school sites the mayor says his city will increase vaccine supply where it fell short some 200 schools were children are at 5 to 11 years old or holding vaccination clinics over the next week A coalition of black Asian and Latino voters is expected to speak at a hearing today in favor of nonpartisan redistricting plans the members of the unity map coalition say they want an alternative to the partisan maps drawn by Democrats and Republicans Louis Daniel favors is with the center for law and social justice at medgar Evers college She says communities of color suffer from district maps that divide them You are effectively locking those communities outside of the body politic You are locking them outside of their equitable share of resources and you are locking them into a permanent cast that is often shaped by poverty and disenfranchisement That is what is at stake She spoke last week at an event organized by the coalition the New York State independent redistricting commission is holding hearings in The Bronx today at three o'clock After nearly two years in the United States has now opened its or reopened its borders to tourists New York City hotels theaters and businesses or eagerly awaiting the return of international tourists who typically spend more money than domestic travelers when they visit come to Kathy haku announced a slate of initiatives to help struggling workers and businesses who cater to tourists in the meantime The governor also has signed legislation in aims to crack down on calls like this Hi this is Susie calling with the vehicle service department The legislation expands on the federal protocols that took effect in June requiring telecom companies to do more to block robocalls under New York's law phone carries will have to digitally authenticate phone calls to prevent spoofing but Paul Schmidt a research computer scientist at the University of Southern California says scammers will continue to find ways to badger us by phone There are all sorts of ways around this It is going to be challenging to actually end with permanently While federal efforts have resulted in fewer rebel calls in recent months text message scams have grown more prevalent and boy have they 52 and sunny right now sunny and mid 60s today a repeat tomorrow than on Veterans Day lower 60s were sun turns to clouds It's 7 O 7 Sonia mid 60s once again right now and then we go up to a high of the mid 60s once again tomorrow It's 7 O 7 on WNYC Support for NPR comes from tyro price committed to helping investors close the gap towards reaching their retirement goals Tyro price invest with confidence At WNYC.
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"Day. I want the military to put their head down at night. Know that all of us in this country appreciate what they did That morning. He left Logan Airport in Boston three weeks ago, continued down through Connecticut into Westchester County and on to New York City. That officially end this journey by pushing the CART to ground zero. James Flip in NEW York abortion providers in Texas are reporting an uptick in vigilante calls over the state's new abortion ban. Planned Parenthood South Texas CEO Jeffrey Hans says callers are trying to trick them into admitting to breaking the law. A law went into effect in the state this week banning abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected and makes it easy to sue those who help woman get an illegal abortion. I I'm Brian Shuck. Several so called disaster recovery centers are opening in New York City and Westchester County for residents impacted by the remnants of Hurricane Ida. Kristen Marx reports President Biden improved major disaster declarations for parts of the city in Westchester this week, making them eligible for federal funds for things like housing assistance, home repairs and crisis counseling. Now governor Hogle has announced that specialists from FEMA and the U. S Small Business Administration will provide in for Nation and answer questions at six sites. They're located and Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, Queens College and Flushing Hostos Community College in the Bronx, The College of Staten Island, the Mamaroneck Village Courthouse and the Yonkers Public Library. Last month's producer Price Index rose 7/10 percent over July and 8.3% over August of 2020. Those numbers are exactly what analysts had forecast ahead of this morning's release. However, the more than 8% increase set a new record. Don't expect to Fleetwood Mac Reunion with Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks together on stage, Michael Kastner explains.
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"A £30,000 piece of steel from the corner of the World Trade Center South Tower, which had been in a warehouse. A maintenance worker came up with the idea. It was constructed in time for the 20th anniversary flight 93 left from Newark. Before being overtaken and crashed into that field in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which manages the airport also lost 84 members that day job Bartlett special coverage of the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 attacks starts tomorrow morning at 8 30 Right here on 7 10 W. O R. Investigators are saying it was human error and not a power surge that caused the subway outage last month. Officials said an emergency power off switch was accidentally pressed because it's plastic Protective guard was missing. Governor Hopeful said The error was traced to one empty employee whose actions caused subway lines to lose power for five hours on the evening of August. 29th local also directed the to to fix the problem and make sure it never happens again. I'm Lisa G. W. O R D S Several so called disaster recovery centers are opening in the city and Westchester County for homeowners, renters and business owners impacted by the remnants of Hurricane Ida. President Biden approved major disaster declarations for parts of the city in Westchester this week, making them eligible for federal funds for things like housing assistance, home repairs and crisis counseling. Now governor Hogle has announced that specialists from FEMA and the U. S Small Business Administration will provide information and answer questions. At six sites. They're located at Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, Queens College and Flushing Hostos Community College in the Bronx, The College of.
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"The answer is easily yes, Alisa went on to say race has become a hot topic of conversation at Buckingham Palace. The revelation comes after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey earlier this year. That's where the couple shared. A member of the royal family was worried about how dark their child's skin would be. You're listening to the latest on NBC news radio. Several so called disaster recovery centers are opening up in New York City in West Chester County for residents impacted by the remnants of Hurricane Ida. Kristen Marx reports. President Biden approved major disaster declarations for parts of the city in Westchester this week, making them eligible for federal funds for things like housing assistance, home repairs and crisis counseling. Now governor Hogle has announced that specialists from FEMA and the U. S Small Business Administration will provide information and answer questions at six sites. They're located and Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, Queens College and Flushing Hostels Community College in the Bronx, The College of Staten Island, the Mamaroneck Village Courthouse and the Yonkers Public Library. Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie is launching his political comeback to her after giving a speech at the Ronald Reagan Library. The speech in California was part of a series discussing the future of the Republican Party. The 59 year old Christie says whether former President Trump runs again in 2024 won't impact his decision. When it comes to making a presidential run at his own, Christie ran in 2016. GOP primary before backing out and supporting Trump. Acting as an adviser for him at times as well. The federal judges striking down Florida's anti riot law as unconstitutional. Florida Governor Ron to Santa says it's not over yet We will win that on appeal. I guarantee you will win that appeal. Um, just like we'll win the parents' rights won on appeal, just like we won almost anything out of Tallahassee on appeal. That's just kind of the way the cookie crumbles. The judge says the law amounts to an assault on First Amendment rights and due process protections. The bill was passed earlier this year by the legislature and signed into law in April. Its ruling comes after another judge struck down the governor's ban on mask mandates in schools. The R Kelly trial is entering its fourth week related to alleged victim of the singer is expected to add more testimony today after telling jurors the 54 year old R and B singer locked her up for days. In a darkened room with almost no food before drugging her until she passed out, and he sexually assaulted her. Lisa Taylor, NBC news radio In my 86 a half years, life has taken me many places.
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"Mohammed, Are you there? Yes, Yes. I'm here to apologize. That's okay. We got you now. My question is about Yeah. Yeah. Good morning, everyone. Hi, Mr Mayor. I really appreciate you guys you're doing Mohammed you're doing. I'm doing very well and you've done great and especially your child. Child care system will help a lot of people that I personally know. But my question is about the TLC and rebel that are, uh, the company Rebel who wanted to put 50 cars you know, in Manhattan electric cars. So the killer she just came out and ban all new licenses for electric cars. Me personally and my my friend. We're in the process of getting an electric car and and putting a license for hire. Vehicle license Start. I'm talking about But on the 22nd to Chelsea just came out and just start issuing those licenses. And if they're fighting with rebel Why should we be the victim? You know, because electric cars they're they're not only will be safe to drive. They are very, very low maintenance. And you know They They are cheaper to buy. Uh, you could get a used electric economy used test, for example, for around 20 $25,000. But if you want to buy a wheelchair accessible vehicle The transformation only alone $10,000. So If you guys are fighting with TLC is fighting with rebel. Why not just, um, come out with the new rules say okay, every drivers can get one license per year. The rebels will be forced to wait 50 years to put 50 cars and a few cars in Manhattan at the same time. Do you know we'll be able to just do our job. Because Right now, the only way to get a license for a new 400 vehicle. Is by buying either a minivan and transform it. Into a wheelchair accessible vehicle, which is a lot of money. But I want electric car because locals moment nous And it's good for the environment and Mohamed just want to make sure I understand your question. Clearly, you drive. While the city doesn't have a contract with rebel to put new cars on the road, you drive for another car service, and you just want to be able to buy an electric car. Uber and left, Mr Mayor. Well, Mohammed really important question. Um, and I'll just take a second to pull these pieces together a rebel the company has tried to defy the lives and rules of New York City. They're threatening to try and go it alone as uber used to love to do in different places in this country, and the law caught up with them. We do not allow a company to come in and dictate the terms to the public and the city government. So that's his own separate reality. We're addressing aggressively the bigger question I think you're raising about Should there be more electric cars on the streets for for hire vehicles? Ultimately, yes. But what we found was a problem, which is the way the rules were structured, led to the possibility of many, many new cars that happened to be electric cars on top of all the for hire vehicles We had already and what we realized in recent years is that Create a race to the bottom for working people for the drivers was driving down wages was causing a lot of drivers to circulate around with no pickups to attend to, and it created congestion problem and a problem for working people. And so we tightened up the number of available for hire vehicles. And that proved to be very effective. We don't want this to be a loophole that reopens at the wrong way. We do want more and more electric vehicles, and we're trying to figure out the way to balance the equation for the good of the earth, more electric vehicles, but not at the price of a lot more congestion and a lot more for hire vehicles. So over saturating the market. Plays Mohammad. Leave your information with the N Y C. I'll have the chair of the TLC. Uh, call you And talk to you about your particular situation. There may be more than one way to address this. So let's see what we can do to be helpful to you. But I do want to understand why we're trying to balance all those pieces in the way we make these rules. Mohammed, Hang on. We'll take your contact Info and Steve on Staten Island. You're on w N Y. C with the mayor. Hello, Steve. Good morning, Mr Mayor. I'm calling you about the, um, lifeguard shortage and the aquatics programs given by the Parks Department. I've been a swimmer in the lap swimming program for over 35 years. And the aquatics programs cover not only lap suing, but senior splash the Children's and adults learn to swim, adaptive swimming and you swim team. Uh, the lifeguard shortage has been an ongoing problem for many years, and it's just much worse this year. So one question would be is what the city going to do about this in the future. But in addition to that, the, um the aquatic specialists that teach those programs Have water safety instructor and Red Cross CPR. They are not being counted as lifeguards. And there is a section of the Department of Health regulations that would allow, um um fewer lifeguards. In those programs that is being ignored. It's 1 65.15. I can outline more of this, Uh To one of your persons off the air. Well, I appreciate that, and there's a real issue, Steve and please do give your information in NYC and we'll have a senior member of our team. Follow up with you. Um there is a life car shortage all over the country. We are doing a little better than other parts of the country, and that's why we can keep The core, you know, functions that really matter the beaches, the outdoor pools were able to keep them protected properly and on a huge number of people going to come out this year, of course to beaches and pools, as we recover from Covid. So the good news is we have the basics. But the tough part of the equation is exactly what you're referring to. We're not sure we can do all of the extra program when we normally would do if we had all the lifeguards would want We're still addressing that actually, New people are being hired and trained and coming online, So it is a good fluid situation in that way. But I'll have folks talk to you about what we can do to keep working on. And I think you make a really good point. Um, what can we do, going forward to try and avoid this problem in the future, so we don't have to worry about these swim programs are so valuable. We need enough lifeguards, So I think we need to think differently about how we do things going forward. Steve, Hang on. We'll take your information off the air. I have a budget question that I think you'll probably like and then one that you may not like as much. Um, thank you for warning me, the baby Bonds program as hopefully a blow against wealth disparity people who have heard the term baby bonds. The associated with Senator Cory Booker, who has a proposal like that at the federal level or as a form of reparations. So what is it in this New New York City budget? And how do you see it in the context of American history? Very quick to say I'm very proud of this because we have a a task force on racial inclusion and equity. In our city government. This is leaders of color in each of the city agencies who came together as our own collective. And their mandate was determine what we need to do right now to address the disparities that came up from Covid, and as we were coming up to Juneteenth, I said to the task force. Look, we want to do something important in the spirit of Juneteenth to invest. In communities that have been historically disadvantaged in so many ways. And this task force said. We want to do several things that we did CUNY scholarships and some other investments investments in mega ever Medgar Evers College, which is the one historically black college in New York City. But the real powerful goal they had was to make baby bonds universal in this city. And so we agreed that for every kindergarten child coming in September, everyone we will start Uh, savings account for their future for.
This new York City Pharmacist Had Covid-19 Vaccine Doses to Spare. So He Hit the Road.
"With millions of americans clamoring to get their vaccine one pharmacist and brooklyn. New york found himself a unique position as reported by the new york times number. Kalou skar faced a problem this month. That seemed to defy logic. He struggled to find people to take the two hundred doses. He had on hand instead of waiting for them to come to the pharmacy. He would take his doses to them for more. We are so happy to welcome to the broadcast on loose. Kerr the pharmacist at the center of this story. He's based by the way at roissy pharmacy in the brownsville neighborhood of brooklyn How is it you you ended up with two hundred doses in your in your freezer. And and what did you end up doing. How did you get them into arms. Absolutely so we were pinched between two well intentioned rules about that ended up having a having a bad effect on us in one or two weeks in particular There's the rule that retail pharmacies at the time restricted to patients age. Sixty five and older. It was meant to create a place where seniors wouldn't have to compete with everyone else for vaccines and new york's user or loser role that providers need to use all vaccines in their inventory within seven days. Our risk gang removed from the program And between new mass vaccination site medgar evers college. That does absolutely excellent. Work and more farms is getting their hands on the vaccine. We were finding less and less patients to fill our appointment slots
New York City gets 2 more vaccine megasites
"To mega vaccination size opening today in New York City. There Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn and at your college in Queens. Here now is Governor Cuomo. This facility. Medgar Evers in Brooklyn, 21,000 vaccines per
Medgar Evers College, York College to open this week as New York COVID-19 vaccine sites
"June. Two new Corona virus vaccine Mega sites are opening this week in the city Governor Cuomo toward one of them this morning at Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn. The other site is that your college in Queens, these communities have a priority for appointments. Both vaccine sites open Wednesday thanks to lower covert positivity rates, a number of coronavirus restrictions are being eased
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"Case today in the Senate trial of former President Trump Senior aides to the House impeachment managers tell ABC News. Today's arguments will include additional evidence of former President Trump's role and inciting the capital riot there. Also expected to highlight Trump's lack of remorse. Aides say the impeachment managers will work to connect the fax to the legal issues, and their argument is part of their effort to convince senators to convict the former president. The Democratic House lawmakers are expected to finish making their case today than Trump's defense lawyers will have Up to 16 hours to make their arguments was officials. The ABC News Washington and powerful and downright scary Images were shown yesterday to the senators who are acting as jurors in the impeachment trial of Donald Trump. Here's ABC political director, Rick Cloth For all the talk about this being a partisan exercises clear people who constituted that mob had no great love for Republicans and Literally, I think would have killed Mitt Romney. Mike Pence. Given the chance to me that it's disturbing on so many levels, and I think, particularly the centers in that chamber. It has to be something that gives you a gut check people out for them. Whether you're Democrat or Republican people were out to disturb the democratic process, and they wanted to do harm to the United States. Senators. United States House members the vice president, United States Republicans go. Tomorrow's Vaccine News. Two more large vaccine sites are opening in New York City Governor Cuomo announces a state and federal partners. Have to open mass vaccine sites and socially vulnerable communities where they are needed Most. The first two sites will open it. Your college in Queens at Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, February, 24th. Both will be able to provide 3000 covert shots a day over eight weeks for community residents only thanks to the feds providing a special allocation of vaccines to those sites out Lee Stockton, Rosine E. W. O R News and vaccines are slowly getting out. Two more Americans who are eligible. Nearly 45 million Americans have received at least On covert 19 vaccine dose. Some pharmacies across the U. S gearing up for receiving more supply and quarantine guidelines are being revamped for people who have been fully vaccinated. CDC saying quarantine is no longer.
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"In Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Day three of former President Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial gets underway this afternoon. House managers, led by Maryland Congressman Jamie Raskin spent yesterday laying out their case against Trump. They argued Trump incited insurrection at the U. S. Capitol building on January 62 weeks before he left office and did nothing to stop the violence once it's started. Here's NPR's Carrie Johnson. Raskin says Trump had a duty to protect and defend the country in the Congress. Instead, he primed people with lies about this election fraud, sent them to the capital to fight and blasted the vice president while the attack was underway. The House's case is that this was all foreseeable. Some of the people involved in this riot at the Capitol were previously involved in violent incidents. In Texas and elsewhere, Trump's lawyers begin presenting their case tomorrow. Trump is the only president to be impeached twice. He was acquitted in his first trial a year ago while still in office on charges related to Ukraine. U S Customs and Border Protection, says arrests of people crossing the border from Mexico illegally Rose 6% in January. That's compared to December. The CPB says The uptick is being driven by crime and instability in Central America. Critics of the president argue it's because Biden is promising more lenient U. S immigration policies. This is NPR news. And this is w N Y. C in New York. It's 7 32. Good morning. I'm David 1st 26 degrees now light snow this morning a high around 35 today. Officials say Two Children were killed in a fire in Jersey City late last night. The Hudson County prosecutor's office says an 11 year old and eight month old died in the incident on Martin Luther King Drive. The fire broke out just before midnight. Counties Regional arson Task force is investigating the cause. Governor Cuomo and officials from the Biden administration announced they will open the large scale of action vaccination sites and medically underserved areas, beginning in Queens and Brooklyn. Cameron To wit, reports the Queen site will be in Jamaica. The Brooklyn site will be at Medgar Evers College. Each will be limited to those who live in each borough. Cuomo says later rod. More sites will be opened and underserved areas in upstate New York. In the first couple of months of the state's vaccination program, whites and Asian Americans have received vaccines at a higher rate than black and brown. New Yorkers. White House Covad 19 coordinator Jeff Signs says additional doses of the vaccine will be made available for the sites for taking steps to increase the vaccine supply and get it out the door as fastest. The manufacturers could make it earlier this week, the White House Told governors that states would receive 5% more doses over the next three weeks. CVS and Rite Aid pharmacies in New Jersey will begin taking appointments for the covert 19 vaccine. Today, Governor Phil Murphy says the pharmacy chains will be receiving tens of thousands of additional doses of the vaccine directly from the federal government. As these doses are being Delivered through the federal pharmacy partnership they will not have. This is an important point they will not dip into or otherwise impact our state allocation. Two chains will begin administering the vaccine at select locations throughout the state. Tomorrow, officials say CVS will offer the vaccine It's 27 stores while Rite Aid will offer it At more than 70, New Jersey locations. 26 degrees now going up to 35 degrees today, dealing with some light snow this morning. Tonight it will be partly cloudy. Very cold alot of 19 degrees tomorrow high around 30 degrees with partly sunny skies..
Two Vaccine Sites, Each For 3,000 People A Day, To Open In Queens And Brooklyn, New York City
"Of February. 24th. There will also be two new large vaccination sites. Governor Cuomo saying Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn in your college in Queens will be designated for the minority community to be innocuous. Oh, this is gonna be very large sites that complicated. Operations, but they're going to get a dress a dramatic need in bringing the vaccine to the people who need the vaccine most
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"Shooting last night, Hudson County officials say multiple people were hit over my old Bergen Avenue and Neptune Avenue. New large Corona virus vaccine sites are opening here in New York City later this month. Scott Pringle fills us in the Medgar Evers College site in Brooklyn and your college, citing Queens are going to each be able to administer 3000 doses per day will be the largest sites in the states so far, opening the week of February 24th and this is a federal state partnership ahead of the White House. Over 19 Equity Task Force. Dr. Marcella Smith says the focus is minorities and underserved communities or keeping equity front and center at these sites, partnering with community based organizations to build trust, and the federal government will provide a special dosage application for these sites. I'm Scott Pringle, WR Do Mayor de Blasio speaking out following reports of a rise in crime against Asian Americans across the country. In a tweet. He called this statistic horrific writing into the tag on our cities values, ending that New Yorkers should be looking out for Asian, American and Pacific Islander communities, and especially to support their restaurants and other businesses. City Department of Buildings inspector facing charges for allegedly taking bribes, According to a criminal complaint filed in Brooklyn court yesterday. Francisco Jean s Tree is accused of taking such a bribe so that the department would not issue a fine in connection with a stop work order in Flushing Court documents say that you know, history took 1200 bucks. Instead of finding the construction company 25 grand. Now he's out on $150,000 bond and could face up to five years behind bars if convicted. President Biden continuing to speak with leaders across the world, the latest call to the president of China a bee's He's been Gilson reports from our Washington bureau for the first time since taking office President Biden spoke with China's President Xi Jinping, according to the White House. He touched on several thorny topics, including China's trade practices, its crackdown in Hong Kong and its treatment of its weaker population. The president's also spoke about the corona virus pandemic, climate change and weapons proliferation. A senior Biden administration officials said the president had been quote look Going forward to the call with President Xi, whom he's known for a long time. Then give us an ABC News Washington introduces sponsored by legal food markets, Some say you can't put a price on love or can you although legal's never technically been in a relationship, because, well, never grocery store right now, you can get a dozen roses for just 9 99 legal suspiciously low price groceries. Sports in your weather Channel forecaster coming up next. W Whoa! Are these time is 103. They cheered the loudest of your soccer games and cried with you. Over your first heartbreak. They held your hand walking into kindergarten..
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"Democrats are planning to call Chris Crabs, the top government cyber security official, who was fired for defending the elections, Integrity. Last week, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer called on Republicans to cancel the hearing. Kyle Snyder. NPR news And you're listening to NPR news. And this is W N Y. C in New York, four minutes after seven o'clock. Good morning. I'm David 1st 27 degrees going up to 36 today. Snow is expected to start this afternoon. The first snowstorm of the season is expected to hit today and New York City's sanitation Department is getting salt spreaders and plows ready. The empty is putting chains on bus tires. But here is what is not happening. A snow day, mayor de Blasio says. That's because most students are already learning remotely, and they have a lot of catching up to do. Jasmine Compliment is 1/10 grader at Medgar Evers College Preparatory School in Brooklyn. She says she's disappointed. And I understand that because Of the pandemic that they want to squeeze every single minute into all my learning, But I also feel as though students may need time to, like, take a break and like focus on their mental health. Mayor says it's possible that in person learning could be canceled tomorrow if the weather is bad enough, But kids will still be expected to sign in for remote learning and mayor De Blasio says Covert 19 vaccine deliveries to city hospitals won't be disrupted by the snowstorm. There is absolute commitment from emergency management Health Department. All the hospitals delivery companies. Everyone will keep those deliveries happening. The city's Department of Health says to hospitals are expecting vaccine deliveries today. The storm is not expected to hit until later this afternoon. New Jersey State Assembly committee has advanced a bill that would allow licensed personal service professionals to give haircuts and other services in park RVs. WN Y sees Karen Rouse has more Assemblyman Michael tested junior lichens of idea to a food truck except that instead of say, ah hot dog customers would get haircuts, manicures or massage. He says. It will appeal to those who are uneasy going out into the public. Think of my 98 year old grandmother really needs to be driven places and during covert 19, she would need someone to be able to come to her house. But right now, that's not legal. The mobile units would have to meet all the same sanitation rules of a traditional salon. Like having a barber chair, sinks and functioning toilets. The bill has bipartisan support, and testes says he thinks it could become law in January. The New Jersey Business and Industry Association and the New Jersey Salon coalition both support the bill. We'll have to see how the storm evolves, but to answer right now, the snow is expected to start in mid afternoon, and it looks like there is a lot of snow on the way my annual shameful tradition of checking to see if the kid's boots still fit. After the first snow is already on the ground can be observed once again later this afternoon, New York City According to the National Weather Service, We looks like we could be getting 10 to 13 inches of snow. 12 to 16 inches north of the city in northern New Jersey. Right now, it looks like 12 to 20 inches of snow. Possible, windy as well today gusts up to 45 MPH. Support for NPR comes from Amazon studios with a new film. Sylvie's Love a romance between an aspiring TV producer and a saxophonist in 19. Fifties Harlem, starring Tessa Thompson and Nam Diaz. A Moi streaming this Christmas on prime video. On the next plane there show it's another 2020 time capsule call in and I'll admit it's a dark one will invite you to call in and leave a story for the future about what it was like to lose a loved one to Cove it when you couldn't see them in person. A unique part of 2020 that we hope will never be repeated. But that's important to remember. Also, New York City mayoral hopeful and Brooklyn City Council member.
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"Serious. Let's continue to take care of each other by doing the right things for NPR news. I'm Daniela. In the final weeks of this campaign. Sandrine Glass NPR NEWS Washington Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris has tested negative for the Corona virus. Several world leaders are sending more than two dozen members of Congress this week. A White House spokesman said. Barrett is tested daily and was last with President Trump when she was nominated on Saturday. This past week, Bharat met with more than two dozen Republican senator's ahead of her confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee later this month. Some of those GOP members and bear were not Mass during their Capitol Hill meetings there concluded the last of those meetings for the week. On Thursday evening, the White House issued a statement on the nominees. Negative test result that was released after President Trump in first Lady Melania Trump tested positive for Corona virus infection. Claude agrees. Alice NPR NEWS Washingtonian, While Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the vote will move forward on confirmation, I think we can move forward. Our biggest enemy obviously is Khurana bars, even everybody healthy and well and in place to do our job. In a majority leader Mitch McConnell. This is NPR news. This is W. N. Y. C in New York. A 12 0 for Good afternoon. I'm Carrie Nolan, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy is urging everyone who attended a fundraiser held by President Trump and his golf course in Bedminster yesterday to get tested for covert 19. This. After the president announced he had tested positive early this morning. The governor says a contact tracing process is underway and everyone at the event should take full precautions. It's unclear how many people were in attendance. Thousands of New York City restaurant workers could lose their jobs in the next year. That's according to a recent state audit of the city's restaurant industry. State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli said workers overwhelmingly are Latino and Asian and may suffer the highest losses. There's been a disproportionate impact on minority and immigrant communities. Another reason why it's so important as we come out of this covert 19 environment that we put a priority on keeping this industry strong. The city's hospitality industry has already lost about 44% of its jobs due to covert 19 closures. Two subway stations closest to Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, have been renamed after the civil rights leader, the two and five stop it. Franklin Avenue, is now called Franklin Avenue. Medgar Evers College and President Street is similarly now known as President Street, Medgar Evers College. Station signs have already been updated to reflect the change. The college was founded in the 19 seventies and is.
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"News on Corvin Coleman. President Trump says he and first lady Melania Trump have both tested positive for the Corona virus. Trump disclosed the news after midnight on Twitter. NPR's Tamara Keith reports, the White House doctor says neither of the trumps are showing symptoms. The White House physician put out a memo saying they're both well at this time and that he and others on the medical team will maintain a vigilant watch, he added quote, Rest assured, I expect the president to continue carrying out his duties without disruption, and that is important because that means vice president Pence doesn't have to step in at this point. Vice President Pence's office says he and Mrs Pence have tested negative for the virus. Meanwhile, President Trump's age and his weight put him at increased risk for serious complications from the virus. NPR's Rob Stein has the details. President Trump is 74. The CDC says People ages 65 to 74 are five times more likely than younger adults to be hospitalized because of covert 19. They're 90 times more likely to die. In fact, eight out of every 10 deaths from covert in the United States occurs among older people. According to his most recent physicals. The president is also a piece, which is another major risk factor for serious complications from the Corona virus. First Lady Melania Trump is 50 and so not in his high risk group as the president. The president and first lady are isolating in the White House. Rob Stein. NPR News stock futures have been lower on the president's positive test news This morning. The democratically led House of Representatives has passed a new Corona virus relief bill. It's worth $2.2 trillion. That's a trillion dollars less than the package The House passed last spring, but no Republicans supported it yesterday. Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been negotiating with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin over a new relief measure, but they have not reached an agreement. Forecasters expect to see a modest drop in the unemployment rate. When the Labor Department issues its monthly jobs report this morning. NPR's got horsefly notes. This is the last such report we will get before the November election. Unemployment has been coming down in recent months, but 8.4% in August it was still higher than when Barack Obama won reelection eight years ago and higher than when George H. W. Bush lost his bid for a second term in 1992. Labor Department says more than 26 million people were collecting unemployment in mid September. Another 1.4 million applied for jobless benefits in some form last week. Many businesses are still hiring as the U. S. Economy closets way out of the deep hole dug by the pandemic. But job growth slowed in both July and August. Analyst will be looking closely at the September jobs data for any sign of whether the recovery is losing or gaining steam. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington This is NPR. And this is WN Y C in New York Potato for Good morning. I'm Carrie Nolan. The average positivity rate in 20 New York Zip codes that Air Cove in 19 hot spots is now 6.5%. That's compared to an average in the rest of the state of just under 1%. Many of those areas are home to large ultra Orthodox Jewish communities. Governor Cuomo says he's spoken to a number of religious leaders. We had a good conversation. They're going to take action on their own community action. Ah, no, I appreciate that We're going to have public education. I appreciate that. Cuomo says officials will also be stepping up enforcement to make sure people are wearing masks and observing social distancing. Nearly half of New York City restaurants maybe permanently closed in the next six months. And that's according to a new report from the state. An audit of the state's restaurant industry estimates a potential loss of 159,000 jobs. State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli says the covert 19 restrictions had our wider effect enclosures after 9 11. Shortly thereafter. How you know downtown Manhattan came back stronger than ever in terms of restaurants and people living there, and so on. So I don't think you've ever seen anything of the kind of city wide impact. That that we're seeing right now in terms of what it's done to the restaurant industry limited capacity indoor dining started earlier this week for city restaurants. New York's credit rating has been downgraded by one agency because of the impact of the covert 19 pandemic. Moody's lowered both the city and states ratings from a A 12 a two, which is the third highest rating given by the company. They cite the high death toll in the state and the loss of jobs. Moody's also says While the state has brought down the infection rate to one of the lowest levels in the country, the economic consequences will have a lasting effect. Bloomberg News reports. It's the first time the credit rating agency has lowered either the state or cities ratings in about three decades. Two subway stations close to Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn have been renamed after the civil rights later, the two and five stop it. Franklin Avenue, is now called Franklin Avenue. Medgar Evers College and President Street is similarly now known as President Street, Medgar Evers College. Station signs have already been updated to reflect the change. A leader in the CP Evers helped challenge segregationist policies at the University of Mississippi. Evers was assassinated in 1963. The college was founded in the 19 seventies and is part of the CUNY system. 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"EJ also the Lincoln, Nautilus and Corsair. Company says the backup cameras on the vehicles can show distorted images or suddenly go dark. 40 isn't aware of any crashes or injuries related to the problem. Dealers can replace the camera at no cost to the owners starting in November. Ryan Burrow ABC news One New York City subway station is getting a new name this afternoon officials unveiling new signs at the Franklin Avenue and President Street subway station in Brooklyn with Medgar Evers College. Following the names of each street. Eight honors American civil rights activist Medgar Wylie Evers to colleges namesake Medgar Evers College becomes the fifth City University to have a subway station named after it. Just about 10. Minutes after five o'clock in the morning, Let's get our looking traffic was burning like heading for the bouncer wanted by the prospect Expressway. There is an accident. Only the left lane gets by lookout for heavy delays as you travel up through industry city right now, on the in bound side of Qantas cross Bronx west, bound by Jerome Avenue, and accident blocks up a couple of lanes and you've got heavy delays back from Third Avenue now moving things over to New Jersey, where 21 McCarter Highway is completely shot both directions. Market Street into Raymond Boulevard. This is right by the Prudential Center. This is all because of an accident, closing down on route 21 along route 22 Bridgewater on the eastbound side by two or two to a six. The right lane is shut with emergency utility repairs are next. Traffic updates coming up in 10 minutes on 7 10 W R. It's now 5 11 will check our weather in just a moment going to bring in NBC radio national correspondent Mike Bauer. For a moment. Here we're going to talk a little bit more about co vid. We're seeing spikes of Cove it in New York City and actually around the country and also.
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"Polly tried Hamburg discuss the program during their glossy use it daily briefing earlier today this will give you had another chance for restaurants to get even more outdoor space and and we've already got her a lot of interest from a a group of partners we do our weekend walks with we're hoping we'll get that first group up and running before on July fourth and and the next group a couple weeks later the city will begin taking applications for the program on Monday and it's the last day of school for New York City public school kids many say online learning just didn't work for them is wrong also cari finished third grade at PS two sixty two global it was horrible Israel said she didn't like being home with the same people every single day and she missed her teachers but you try to make the most of it I read and sometimes I was watching myself sometimes a school re opening planned for the fall is still up in the air in New York City schools chancellor Richard Carranza says they'll have a tentative guidance to share with families in July and two subway stations in crown heights will be renamed after Medgar Evers college to honor the civil rights pioneer one station will be known as the Franklin Avenue Medgar Evers college station the other will be the president street Medgar Evers college station assemblymember Diana Richardson and state senators owner Mirae had introduced the legislation to make the change last year Evers was an N. double ACP leader credited with desegregating the university of Mississippi and fighting for voting rights he was assassinated in nineteen sixty three by a white supremacist currently eighty six degrees in crown heights the time is four of six support for NPR comes from focus features with irresistible written and directed by Jon Stewart a comedy starring Steve Carell and rose.
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"Good morning and welcome to the rebbe rabbi I'm rabbi Joseph task and I'm Robert no room and I learned years ago you got to fight for your principles but sometimes retreat when you see all these women coming and where they had all of these people coming in from work with our guest I sell my we ever get a chance here today L. juices women dominate she's got a lot of history lot of history to protect and to present well I was very impressed listen com say we're gonna touch so much to learn from and of course he's talking about our guests today Cheryl McKissick who is an engineer prominent African American business woman C. E. O. of the construction and engineering firm McKissick group her family's been involved in construction since nineteen oh five with the firm responsible for some of the finest buildings in America among them the jewels like Harlem hospital Lincoln field in Philadelphia and Medgar Evers college in Brooklyn the company is now involved in projects of JFK LaGuardia airport she currently heads up this family owned business founded by her grandfather from her office in Manhattan we welcome to the program business leader entrepreneur and C. E. O. of McKissick group Cheryl McKissick thank you Cheryl for being on the program and let me just say this rebel she goes to my church is one of mine I want you to know Cheryl right you to our site how it is not going to have you know so let me just as this are we going to see the completion of LaGuardia airport in our lifetime yes you will and that like to say I'm residual Saturday and you on Sunday a day now you know I had all over so and we're gonna see the completion of the B. Q. we in our lifetime the bank you I'm not working on what is your you were we haven't completed matter fact we're closer to completion then we are from starred so I'm glad you like what is the opening we did mention Columbia Columbia University Cup club university during the new work Manhattanville campus you see but you don't let's start we we talk about you know what it is to be a woman and heading up a company like this especially here in New York City but let's start about talk about the history which I'm aware of your your your your grandfather and the fact that this was the first black African American architectural firm in the country that's correct our family history goes back to seventeen ninety when the first descendant of our of family came here as a slave and was a slave to will give my kids a contractor who trust him to trade of making bricks that was two hundred and twenty nine years ago wow and he is my great great grand I do not have a great so I just left at his grandfather I am actually fifth generation a Moses McKissick the first his son Moses McKissick the second with a master carpenter he was known for his work on the Maxwell house hotel in Nashville Tennessee we're six presidents day well and then the company passed down to my grandfather and his brother who are the first black license architects in the country would license one seventeen and one eighteen in the state of Tennessee one is seventeen and one eighteen hello this license hanging in my office right on your own and have a new being a licensed architect is not easy the architects do not pass the test the first time they have three take part of the test but it's a very very challenging yes so for my grandfather and his brother Calvin McKissick they incorporated us in nineteen oh five but architectural licensing laws did not go into effect until nineteen twenty two so they would have lost their business if they did not pass architectural get their architectural license so they went to a correspondence school at in Muncie for architecture and then they showed up to get there to take their examine they were told we don't give this exam to blackmail so there were racial issues but it might also be overcame those issues right how did yeah really get around that well they lobbied the board and they found one board member who said just what the rabbi said we could let them take it but they won't pass but in fact they did pass and then the board so we definitely can't give license to black women but the one board member again we're back to the board and said well they this is fair competition here we have to actually give them their license but because they were the first black licensed architects in the country the state of Tennessee gained a lot of notoriety was the note newspapers and so the rest of the board now took credit of course you know I can help them to get licensed in twenty two other states it was tough for them to get work though did they have to clued you know locations to be part of the organization in order to get work no because this was BC for us segregation is so all black churches universities healthcare institutions all those clients were their clients I mean those owners would hire black architects to do their work in to do their construction so they worked all across the southeast all the way up to Atlantic city down to Miami Florida does then they weren't for Papa doc in Haiti in Haiti welcome you know I'm I'm listening to and I remember some time ago being met Marty Glickman and he was in the Olympics and Marty Glickman we travel around the country with Jesse Owens and very often they would come to a hotel in of the clerk behind the desk would say because he didn't know that with him was Jewish I would say wins since he was black you can stay here Anglican would save he can't stay here I can't stay here and to think that this was a you know a shameful chapter in our history the people were denied access simply on the basis of external quality the color it is something that you know we we just can't we can't erase it but we certainly have to make sure it never happens again that nobody should be denied an opportunity based upon color or religion right all of those things we have laws in place wishing you the enforcement of those laws today things have changed do you still see vestiges of that kind of racism in your work yes we speak very briefly on this program so it's okay and you know sometimes I wonder if it's really the same type of racism in some aspects it is so you will hear black firms don't perform as well you know they they cost more money you hear that from where give you that just these are in the industry in the industry there's a stigma attached to minority and even women owned firms that the quality of the work is not good because you know the professionals are good so I mean it goes all the way down the line it out that we're bad business people that you know we we get paid on payday and we spend everything coming so all these negative comments they add up and they are definitely racially based but then I believe that there is also the green card and that is you know just pure greed we don't want to share we want the whole pie and we don't want to share it with anyone not even someone that looks like us and so there's definitely a lot of that because we are in a capitalist economy here right but I was also just capacity not just that you may have bad business practices but H. question whether a black from has the capacity to take on some of these large projects which tend to only go in one direction right and we hear that all the time Merida Blasio just did a Daddy he hired a outside of consultant of course but it apparently the capacity in New York City for minority women owned business is not thirty percent is more like fifty percent so the capacity is there but it's a matter of people wanting to use M. W. B. E. far plowed through this you are number one a woman of color yeah very beautiful woman of color thank you and I act secondly your woman I mean it's not just being a woman of color being black you're you're you're a woman and that's another strike but you have done well I mean you position yourself respectfully the monks the major builders here in in New York across the country well pastor had a plan our work monthly and and you know basically my plan was to start out small understand how to build in New York because it is a very complicated process here compared to anywhere else in the world and understand my clients and from there be able to get prime contracts with those clients and so that's but that's been a thirty plus year plan so Cheryl I'm listening to you I don't think myself a young person who is listening to you thinking she I I'd like to consider architecture I'm African American or some other group why should I even make the effort if I'm going to run into these walls where ever I go what do you say to that person I say that everybody runs into a wall I don't care what color you are you're going to have your challenges in life in business in career and so if that is your passion you should absolutely do it also say that architecture construction engineering in bills wealth and people need to understand that it's much bigger than just being the architect or engineer there all these ancillary professional services that come along with it and so absolutely if that is your.