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"morgan state university" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

05:13 min | 5 d ago

"morgan state university" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Lemelson foundation. This is all things considered for NPR news, I marry the weez Kelly. And I'm wanna summers. Alternative weekly newspapers are known for holding their cities institutional powers accountable from government to the other media in town. In Baltimore, the city paper circulated for four decades. And that all weekly story ended like so many others. Shuttered. The Baltimore beat stepped in to fill the void, but roughly four months later, it shuttered too. And ever since journalists have been working to revive it and this week, that happened. The Baltimore beat is back. Now as a nonprofit black led by weekly publication, available online or in print, all free of charge. Lisa Snowden is the editor in chief of the Baltimore beat, and she joins us now to discuss. Welcome to all things considered Lisa Ann, congratulations. Hi, thank you so much. So Lisa, this is a publication that is launching in Baltimore a city that is more than 60% African American. In the Baltimore beat is not the only black led publication or news organization focused on black audiences. Why does that diversity of options in a city like Baltimore matter so much? Well, I think there's a few reasons. Number one, we're not a monolith. I think that there are ways that the Afro, which has been around for over a hundred years, meets Baltimore's needs. There's the Baltimore times that does that also, but I think that we can find a particular lane with the Baltimore beat. We have city paper in our DNA. So I think that our lane is not at all to try to replace a 100 plus year old paper. Arlene is to figure out how to hold government accountable and do the things that we can do, provide deep arts coverage in the way that we can do it. I think black people deserve a multitude of media outlets. We're just trying to help contribute to that. I want to quote from part of the beats statement on values, we do not believe there is a difference between arts coverage and hard news and understand that art is inherently political. Why did you feel the need to spell that out so plainly and make that distinction? I think that draws on our alt weekly roots that this would not be a place where you would maybe define big name stars. Maybe you'd find people having shows in alleys or the sellers of buildings and both of those are important and also that art is a thing that happens just like quote unquote the news. Another thing that you talked about in that value statement is the fact that you all want to focus on the joy of being a baltimorean. So at least I want to ask you, what does that mean for you? It's a place that you have to have a sense of humor in people here are so blunt and also so real. And I feel like that's lost so much in the conversations about this city. We hear sometimes some very horrible racist things about the violence that happens here. And maybe we hear about the wire. But there's so much else that isn't talked about and we just want to give space for that. In an earlier interview, one of your colleagues told Baltimore magazine that some newspaper distribution boxes may eventually serve as community exchange boxes so that people can take what they need and leave what they can, get things like gloves and hats in the winter. What's your thinking there? So not only is there access in our boxes for information, the thing that we're writing and printing, but just like a very easy way to contribute to the community so that people can put water bottles in there, books in there. We have one already out on the streets and it has Narcan in there. And I think, you know, as people are still suffering from the economic impact of the pandemic, people are going to need that kind of thing more than ever. And you have described the beat elsewhere as a teaching newsroom. What does that mean and why does that matter? Journalism is not a career where you're going to make a lot of money. It's worth if you're black. And not only that, if you're black, you're often the only black person or maybe one of two or three others in the newsroom. And that can be a very distinct struggle. And so we really wanted the beat to be a place where black journalists can get an education can stay here if they would like to make a life in Baltimore or get their clips and maybe move somewhere else. I think that was very important to be a potential about that. Baltimore has Morgan State University, which is a historically black college right here, and so it's like I want those people that come to this community to stay here because we need their voices. Lisa Snowden is the editor in chief of the Baltimore beat which relaunched this week. Lisa, thank you so much for being here. Thank you so much for having me. 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"morgan state university" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:28 min | 7 months ago

"morgan state university" Discussed on WTOP

"Years Pfizer's been testing vaccines for the youngest American 6 months to 5 years old And finds its lower dose two shot vaccine is safe for the little ones and produces an immune response but it's not as strong as it would like to see in two to 5 year olds While Pfizer continues testing a three dose regimen an insider tells The Associated Press the Biden administration wants to get the ball rolling on the two shot protocol Until the testing is completed on a possible third dose It's 9 32 now in D.C. health is making changes to its coronavirus guidelines Now students who have close contacts who do test positive will have to isolate for a minimum of 7 days If they're not eligible for the test to stay program that's the program that allows unvaccinated students who are exposed to the virus to remain in class if they get a test and remain negative In order to be eligible to take part in that D.C. test to stay program the exposure must have occurred at school and it must involve two people who were properly masked Now there are new guidelines as well for D.C. residents who test positive Unlike guidance from the CDC D.C. health now says those who test positive should complete a rapid antigen test at the end of a 5 day isolation period You can see full details on the new guidelines that dot com We have more now on the bomb threats made this morning against historically black colleges and universities including several in our area Today is the second day in a row that Howard University was targeted The school had asked its community to shelter and place but in all clear has since been given There is also a threat at UDC in the all clear has also now been given there Another threat was made at Morgan State University in Baltimore That school is still asking everyone to shelter in place while the campus is searched And is following the story Howard says the threats included several locations on the main campus a public safety official at UDC asked people to avoid its campus until further notice Yesterday Howard and buoy state were among at least 6 historically black schools throughout the country that received the unfounded threats the FBI and ATF have been involved in the investigations The law can stain dapple TLP news And now a special update from the traffic.

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Jason Johnson: Republican Party Is a 'Dimestore Front for a Terrorist Movement'

Mark Levin

01:26 min | 7 months ago

Jason Johnson: Republican Party Is a 'Dimestore Front for a Terrorist Movement'

"Jason Johnson is a professor tenure professor Morgan State University He appears regularly on MSNBC And this is a very in my view diabolical individual with a language that he uses And anything goes Anything goes It's really quite shocking So many of these individuals they won't condemn communist China For the genocide they're committed against Muslims So they take it out and attack the Republican Party I want you to listen to this man Why is he invited on MSNBC If the executives there and the executives at Comcast didn't approve of this kind of behavior Cut one go Here's the problem though We don't know if Trump's going to be on the back If Trump is on the ballot in 2024 it's the easiest thing and the world for Democrats because you could always run against the bad guy But I think the bigger more dangerous thing and I've been saying this for a while I'm working hard to never say Republican Party again Because there's not a party right There shouldn't fain to the IRA They're the plo to Hamas They're a dime store front for a terrorist movement They dime store up front for a terrorist movement

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"morgan state university" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:05 min | 8 months ago

"morgan state university" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Break I swear it's really the words that resonate for so many of us this year What do they mean to you Honestly for me it really talks about the African American experience And we bend we don't break You know we had so much pushback and it had been so many people against us And so even during the storm there might be high winds but the winds don't break the tree We just sway because our route runs so deep and our roots are our foundation And I just think it's such a powerful piece Okay let's contrast that with an opera about the black experience by a white composer Porky and Bess was written by George Gershwin back in 1935 Let's listen to Marin alsop conducting She is the first woman to lead a major symphony orchestra I'll stop step down this year from the Baltimore symphony podium that's your home orchestra Here's the operas most famous song summertime I mean this is music that I grew up around for a long time Especially summertime Also I just think this is incredible recording just these highlights of porgy and Beth You know maren I'll stop at one of my mentors and actually even one of my teachers And this is a full circle moment for me anyways because during this recording my little sister was actually in the choir the Morgan State University choir We recorded this And then I also thought it was really cool as well because I'm angel blue who's a soloist was also a soloist and fire shut up in my bones so also props Great connection It was a great moment of the year Speaking of Marin allsop you also take note of a new documentary about her It's called the conductor I think I.

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"morgan state university" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"morgan state university" Discussed on WTOP

"Missouri GOP Senator Roy Blunt says he would prefer to look ahead, not behind every day we get closer to the last day of his presidency, we should be thinking more about the first day of the next presidency than the last day of his presidency. He was on CBS's face the Nation and the second police officer involved in trying to stop the violence. At the capital on Wednesday, has now died. Six deaths are now connected with the storming of the Capitol Building. CBS News Brief. I'm Steve Futterman 5 32. Now there is concern over the possibility of additional attacks following Wednesday. Storming of the capital by President Trump's supporters. W T. O P has learned some of the people connected to the riots. Have been planning long term protests, which could be violent. There's plenty of proof. If you know where to look that angry, Possibly armed people are planning to come to D, C and state capitals around the country to engage in what could be violent activity. On the 17th of January. There are images on social media urging people to go and bring weapons behind the scenes. Law enforcement sources tell w t O P. Some of the planners may have military and or law enforcement training and know how to build explosives and launch operations, and this could play out for weeks and months. That's wt. O P s national security Correspondent J. J. Green, the U. S. Capitol Police chief has stepped down following the sacking of the capital. Morgan State University has proudly announced that one of its alarms Yogi Ananda Pittman, class of 1999 has been named acting chief of the U. S. Capitol Police. The school, says Captain Pittman, who joined Capitol Police in 2001 will become the first woman and the first African American to lead the agency. It's 5 33. Way make.

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"morgan state university" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"morgan state university" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The place you put your trash. Adam Frankie, at the professor of archaeology at the University of Maryland is leading this Urban dig, He says the whole or vault in the ground beneath the privy can be a treasure trove. Great thing about previous is, most people don't think about what they throw away. It's out of sight out of mind. So it gives us an unbiased thankful people had those samples are preserved in layers away those layers through time. Kind of like a layer cake. One student learning to do that is Alexander Symonette. He's a junior sociology major at Morgan State University. Historically black College in Baltimore, and this is his first dig almost my first time holding shovel Frankie. It shows Symonette how to identify layers of soil by color was the predominant colors. Virus found after hours of digging. The team still hasn't found the privy, but they have unearthed dozens of artifacts from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Broken play smoking pipe, a bottle marked liver, oil, adult arm and tea set and in etched piece of slate the child might have used to practice letters. Anything about the values of education teaching. I mean, that tells a lot about the individuals here individuals whose stories and circumstances are often overlooked by archaeologists. Like the laborers, waiters and drivers who lived in these alley houses between Baltimore is more prominent streets, Frankie says even something as mundane as a bone from a piece of meat can help paint a picture of economic life. What type of cut? Are they getting high End quality cuts. Were you getting mid range or things that don't have a lot of protein? Census Records show a woman named Sara McGill rented this house from a least 1900 through 1940 occupation laundress. She had a daughter who might have owned that doll and tea set. The McGill's were black, like most of their neighbors in what by then, was a deeply segregated city, Baltimore has the shameful distinction of passing the nation's first racial zoning law in 1910. Thistles, not that many generations removed from from right now, So that's what that's what I think is important about telling this bit of history. That's why Shelly Hall Stead, whose nonprofit owns the House, now was eager to have Frankie and his crew come here. She's executive director of Black Women Build Baltimore, which is rehabbing the house. Sara McGill rented all those years for another black.

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"morgan state university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"morgan state university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Place you put your trash. Adam Frankie, a professor of archaeology at the University of Maryland, is leading this Urban dig. He says the whole or vault in the ground beneath the privy can be a treasure trove. Great thing about freebies is most people don't think about what they throw away. It's out of sight out of mind, so it gives us an unbiased sample. People have those samples are preserved in layers. You read those layers through time? Kind of like a layer cake. One student learning to do that is Alexander Symonette. He's a junior sociology major at Morgan State University. Historically black College in Baltimore. And this is his first dig almost my first time holding a shovel Frankie a shows Symonette how to identify layers of soil by color. I worked the predominant colors. His brother found after hours of digging. The team still hasn't found the privy, but they have unearthed dozens of artifacts from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Broken clay smoking pipe. A bottle marked liver oil, a doll's arm and tea set and in etched piece of slate a child might have used to practice letters. Do you think about the values of education teaching? I mean, that tells a lot about the individuals here. Individuals whose stories and circumstances are often overlooked by archaeologists. Like the laborers, waiters and drivers who lived in these alley houses between Baltimore is more prominent streets. Rockiest says even something as mundane as a bone from a piece of meat and help paint a picture of economic life. What type of car are they getting high End quality cuts. Are you getting Mid range or things that don't have a lot of protein. Census Records show. A woman named Sara McGill rented this house from it least 1900 through 1940 occupation laundress. She had a daughter who might have owned that doll and tea set. McGill's were black, like most of their neighbors in what by then, was a deeply segregated city, Baltimore has the shameful distinction of passing the nation's first racial zoning law in 1910. Thistles, not that many generations removed from from right now. So that's what that's what I think is important about telling this bit of history. That's why Shelly Hall Stead, whose nonprofit owns the House, now was eager to have Frankie and his crew come here. She's executive director of Black Women Build Baltimore, which is rehabbing the house. Sara McGill rented all those years for another black woman.

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"morgan state university" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"morgan state university" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And where can they sign up for the next ones? Okay, They could go to Stein way silo hill dot org's and they can sign up. People are already signing up for the spring concert. They confined about find out about our mission. They can find out all about the different details of the concert experience. They can also make donations online because justice mentioned we've had we had to put sonar Spring concerts in 2020 and these fall concert. So along with our mission of reinventing the classical music experience we have actually adore miss in which we haven't gotten into yet, but that is, um, raising awareness and funds for Parkinson's research and support services. And so right now, we're not. You know, we're not able Tonto, you know Lisa ticket sales. Raise money for that cause, but fortunately we do have people as you mentioned right now. Drew it now is the time when people can give, um and it's very much appreciated because of coded Yeah. So so that Stein way silo hill dot or gay? If you want to learn more information about that I only have about a minute left, Caroline, but I was fascinated by your history and your bio that you didn't opera. Called shadowboxer about Joe Louis and I'm sitting there thinking, how do you do A operable Joe Louis? I mean, it was just incredible boxer, but you got a minute to just give us a brief under that one. Okay, So I'm actually with the project that was developed when I was getting my doctorate at Maryland and then brought it up here to Baltimore to keep working on it, And it is a phenomenal Piece me on major who was the director and really the person who conceived it. Um, with his idea. We gotta librettist and a composer to tell this amazing story of Joe Louis and we did auditions and then we put on performances, the center stage. And Morgan State University and Peabody's. It was a great collaborative effort and very well received, and it's you know, he's just a great American hero, and I was so glad to learn so much about him that I hadn't known before I got involved in the opera. Well, and you know again, you did it in an opera format. So that's amazing. Anyway. I looking forward to coming back to the next part of the show where we're going to start talking about some of the charitable things in addition to the music That you do with Stein. Way it Silo hill. And But right now, I've got to go to traffic.

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"morgan state university" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"morgan state university" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"No, but keep your hands off your Chiluba. Which condiment do you think is more healthy for your ketchup or mustard? My son will be mustard ketchup made from tomatoes, sugar, vinegar, salt, and some kind of got the high fructose corn syrup unless you get the simple version of simple mustard has like May you get the simpleton version of the casing. Mustard has got lower calories, Lower sugar On a much better for you Less sodium than ketchup does. But I don't like mustard on that kind of stuff. You gotta go for the healthier version of how much time I got left. Anyway, you got plenty of time. Again. I just don't don't don't be talking crazy stuff like that. No crazy talk crazy talk A couple 6 48. Let's go The phones. Bruce is in Baltimore. Bruce. Good morning here on the morning Drive. Good morning. So every Sunday is torture, listened to the Sunday talk shows and talking heads, and they said nothing about Joe Biden from Chuck Todd. You're stepping off with Jake Tapper. Just what problem? There's no problem. I think on one of the shows they might have touched on it briefly about Entered 20 seconds and they were going and while I'm at it, instead of trashing the governor, lieutenant governor was on. Calls on a regular basis on a radio show that ball cash out of NPR, with broadcast out of Morgan State. Morgan State University's basically saying, Well, what going the host a jobbing Mohammed wants to president Gone, Everything will be all right and The place commissioner also said the same thing on that show in a different time. The White House is making my job harder. Really Well, you know, Here's Here's the deal, Inverse. Thanks for the coal these air all rhinos. These are old, never Trumpers and swamp creatures. You know, we've got all these bushes now, like Tom Ridge and all these others so that our endorsing Joe Biden think about average is second. Former Republicans or have people endorsing Joe Biden and Camel Harris. And they're being held slaves are captives. I should say bye bye. The progressive left. So what does this tell you? Bruce? We've known this for the longest time. They just take turns driving the bus. Both these parties, the establishment Republican Party and the Democratic Party there in one of the same and the only true difference here. Is the Donald Trump lead Republican party that really has overturned these trade deals has bring one manufacturing back. We'll get into that hearing Magda just a second. But all these endorsements by Republicans of Biden tell you there's not a damn bit of difference between that. The first of the Republican Party, and the Democrats know it's the old Chicago mantra. Which is where's mine? That there was always a question? Where's mine? They're addicted to one thing. And that's power on but something that was your money, Mr. Biden, you've seen a picture of his house 6 50 10 before the hour here on the morning drive with Casey and Eliot. Hello, Wcbm audience. I have some very good news and we all need good news. I'm happy and proud to announce that Dr at least cosmetic and Vance Dentistry has reopened for business, so you no longer have to put off getting that million dollar smile..

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Officials battle online misinformation along with wildfires

The Beat with Ari Melber

08:11 min | 2 years ago

Officials battle online misinformation along with wildfires

"Are these historically large wildfires continue to rage out west fifteen people have already died a whopping four million acres already devastated across California as well as Oregon where you can see right here why the mayor there declared a state of emergency, the governor also publicly pleading. For the trump administration to support its governmental emergency response officials on the ground, say Donald trump failing them through fashion. Some critics compare his sort of public denial of even admitting what's going on with the wildfires that posture to of course, is deceitful approach to cove it. Who reports today are the things are even worse than all of that because right wing conspiracy theories supported publicly by Donald, trump are leading to dangerous activity. Again, we're living in a time where misinformation can be dangerous to your health and officials are warning. They're getting flooded with false phone calls fanned by Q. Not which incorrectly try to blame the fires on trump's perceived opponents. Translation what happens on facebook doesn't always stay on facebook a real world emergency political propaganda is making it harder for these firefighters to get the real information warnings they need as they go out and do their work and risk their lives. That's why sheriff's departments are pleading with people with messages like this just stop spreading rumors stop calling nine one one with political pranks. They say it has now gotten to the point where it is hampering their bandwidth to respond to the fires in real emergencies. It's twenty twenty. So sometimes, we have to state the obvious around here. Do not call nine, one one with Q. Non trumpy fake news propaganda. You do have the right to say whatever you want. Typing it up on the Internet you do not have the right to deceitfully thwart firefighting in the middle of this very real crisis for those calling from the West Coast some of these calls have been traced. If you need to think about it like this. Misinformation is expensive in the house you save could be your own. As mentioned, we're thrilled to have married trump live in the hour but I want to begin with some of our analysts, Jason, Johnson professor of politics at Morgan, State University and Katty Kay Washington anchor for BBC News. Good evening to both you. Evening Jason There's much talk about misinformation and people don't like lying even when it's just verbal if you want to be that specific. But given these twin crises, your view of the cost of this kind of misinformation. Rex It's massive. I'm in California right now and the difficulty the difficulty that local officials are having in managing people when it comes to these wall fires is immense and is partially because accused on, it's partially because the president basically sort of thumbs his nose that these sorts of Issues v rate of destruction that is happening out here. Basically, the size of central park is being burned every other day in northern California Oregon Central Park. Every other day is being burned devastated. varies a haze over the sky on a regular basis at the bottom. Of A pool, you can see ash settling after every single night. So the idea that people are wasting public resources with crazy conspiracy theories because they think that the fires were created by you know five G. or invading Muslims or George Soros doesn't help the fact that there are hundreds of thousands of people were either going to be out of their homes or not able to stay safely in their homes. During the time, we have a pandemic where rescuing people in putting them into shelters is all the more difficult. So yeah, this is propaganda that's Live when trump lies people are dying. Well. Caddy at the White House has often tried to reposition the Cova conversation in the election as well. This hit everywhere. This is global thing. it seems that this week there is a rightful focus and scrutiny on the president's leadership on his honesty on his approach, which is relevant. As, you go into election about who you want to continue to deal with this crisis or do you want to change the commander in chief? Yell the the virus has hit everywhere but my fourteen year old daughter is an online schooling here in Washington. Her friend in France in class. A. Friend in London is in class her friend in China is in plus her friend in Senegal. is in class and a friend in Germany is in class they're all going to school. And the reason they're going to school is because those countries have handled this better. So that's a direct comparison and in a globalised world. Our children here in the United States make no mistake about it that losing out because those other kids are in class going to school at advancing while orchids not advancing. So we're kicking this down to the next generation as well but. We elect leaders to be able to walk and Chew Gum at the same time. It is totally possible that you can give people a facts that you can trust the American people with the facts of something it is at also be inspirational and motivational and lift them up with a plan and show leadership. Those two things are not mutually exclusive and I think that's what the president is mistaking when he says, he didn't want people to panic and so he downplayed the virus. And gatty talk about how that stacks up in a global context that I think is very interesting to remember, and then how people are receiving these messages reporter. Jim Acosta spoke. To some people going to the trump rally take a look. Our about him because there's no. It's a it's a fake pandemic created to destroy the United. States of America. The president said the Bob Woodward there is a virus but corona virus that it is devil that's his opinion. Chatty. Where do you start i? Mean you stop by asking all of our leaders to come out with consistent clear accurate honest messaging when I really felt for Anthony. FAUCI. In that interview because I've interviewed g and he is so careful not to wade into political waters where there's going to be a difference between him and the president because he said that will be the only story and he is trying to get out the public health story doesn't WANNA make it a political story about. A disagreement he clearly feels now he has to set a Mauka. He has to wait into the politics of this and say, no when the President says, we are turning a corner. We're not actually turney. We're in this for the long haul because when the president says, we're turning a corner when he says, we're about to get over this or that is magically going to disappear what happens that guy doesn't wear a mosque when he attends a rally because he thinks it's not there. That's the risk. Door Jason. Trump can say you know he can see the light at the end of the tunnel. All we once it's a train right it's a train coming at us. We are about to head to fall which is flu season. This is a time where you have kids going back to school but you have people who have to shelter in place more because it's cold you can't eat outside and that makes us Much more difficult and I think are the real danger here is that as we recognize that the president is grotesquely incompetent, right easies driven by sort of racial malice and paying off his friends and everything else like that. At the base of all of this, we cannot forget to key things. One that the president is still trying to steal the election with the post office that you still have. Right. Wing Supreme. Courts in Wisconsin right now that are trying to people get absentee ballots. It's you have the president, the Republican Party suing in Iowa to prevent people from getting their absentee ballots that he's still trying to steal the election at the same time that you have literally millions of. Americans. Now, out of work who be out of their homes who are being evicted, which will make it more difficult for them to. Actually vote. So as much as the president is, is a horrible human being and trying to bankrupt this country and pay off his friends and stay in office. He is also doing things isn't competence has disrupted the ability of regular people remove him from office in a democratic way. We can't ever lose sight that because we can't get rid of him everything that's happening. Now we'll be ten times worse by nature.

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"morgan state university" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"morgan state university" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Rice's town forty nine downtown Baltimore fifty five degrees all the morning drive with Casey and Ali some of the stories we're talking about this morning city council president Brenda Scott is calling on mayor Jack young's administration to ensure full funding for Baltimore fire companies we cannot repeat the mistakes of the past we cannot go back to closing the fire companies cutting critical services to the city of Baltimore especially doing this and then read this gotten three council members say the revised budget for the year proposes relocating personnel for two fire companies to reduce spending but they argue essential services must be fully funded a builder of a Pimlico and laurel now a law after the governor declined to veto the measure and he declined to sign the measure of the racing and really develop an active twenty twenty calls for up to three hundred and seventy five million dollars in bonds to be issued with at least a hundred and eighty million dollars in bonds earmarked to renovate Pimlico and ensure the Preakness Stakes will stay in Baltimore Morgan state university were receiving half a million dollars five hundred thousand Bucks in federal funding to support the work to preserve its memorial chapel window of the grant is in the National Park Service it's part of nearly eight million dollars in funding awarded to historically black colleges and universities to preserve historic structures and many Marylanders are spending their days now now that we're allowed in the sunshine yes it was a great day for the activities include tennis recreational boating fishing and golf are among.

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University officials push back on US travel ban

All Things Considered

05:38 min | 2 years ago

University officials push back on US travel ban

"You this week president trump is expected to announce an expansion of his controversial travel ban that prohibits nearly all people from selected countries from traveling to or immigrating to the United States the original travel ban was one of Mr trump's first initiatives upon taking office in focus primarily on Muslim majority countries it took years of court challenges before it was finally up held this latest iteration is focused on a range of countries NPR has confirmed that the seven countries expected to be added to the band are Nigeria Sudan Tanzania Eritrea Kyrgyzstan Myanmar and Belarus indeed some of the countries listed are known for having high visa overstay rates but some of these countries also sends many students to American colleges and universities particularly historically black colleges and universities are H. B. C. use we want to get more perspective on this so we've called on David Wilson he is the president of Morgan state university that's a historically black university in Baltimore Maryland president Wilson thank you so much for joining us I'm a show this is really an honor to talk with you about this so first can I just get your thoughts on the initial travel ban and the reporting that this band is being expanded to the countries that I just named how do you react react to this well when the initial travel ban was proposed we had a quite a few international students of Morgan who were very long and concerned and so my first thought was to pool I international community together to let them know of course that we have one big umbrella at Morgan and everyone fits under that umbrella and so they were very very pleased to hear that but of course you know they were very concerned about what it meant for the continued state in the United States at Morgan we held a roughly ten percent of our nearly eight thousand students SO it Morgan who are international representing sixty countries and of that ten percent about twenty percent of those students are from Nigeria and we have had very very strong ties with the entire continent of Africa for decades not only Morgan but many H. B. C. use the Washington post wrote a feature about Morgan state a couple of months ago and it cited that of foreign students as as an important part of the university's continued stability and growth and I'll just quote here from the peace the peace that foreign students especially from Saudi Arabia and Kuwait are a booming demographic H. B. C. use at Morgan seven hundred thirty eight international students were enrolled in the fall of twenty eighteen are from two hundred and eighty six in two thousand six and the reporter says that the students often pay full tuition a monetary boost for schools that often serve students from low income families relying on financial aid is that true is that many of your international students do pay full tuition that is true and this is been a conscious effort on our part to increase our brand on the international stage we have actually done that very fair well and we're bringing the world to market and a domestic students really appreciate the fact that we have all the different cultures on our campus international students feel very very welcome on the campus to fill that Morgan is a place where they belong and so when I heard the proposed ban that had Nigeria and it I understand that I had a senior administrative a team in Africa they just returned yesterday looking at how we could actually partner with a couple of existing African universities took a number two or three Morgan state to Greece there and so this was really devastating for us to hear and so I don't know who is really advising the administration on some of the policies and I don't know what the motives are but I just don't think this is really good for higher education in America in general and is definitely not good for H. B. C. use before you go I'm we've discussed the fact that many of these international students come with full funding whether it's individual whether it's through foundation support or funds within their countries they're interested in supporting their education is overseas but what benefit would you say it is to the United States to have these international students studying here it is fun of enormous importance to help the students when I campuses because first of all we send a belt with seven hundred fifty thousand or so students every year to study abroad that's a small fraction of all the students when I campuses and therefore you have no ninety five percent or so of all students in American colleges not being expose perhaps to the kind of cultures that exist around the world so when we are able to bring these international students from all walks of the world to our campuses it really in Abel's domestic students on many of whom I have never gone outside of the country to be in environments now with the understand different cultures the understand different histories of the world the engage in robust discussion and debate and everybody wins and when you cut that off I just fear of four which really will happen with regard to our students being in environments where they can go to the cafeteria and sit and at that table you know they have you know five countries represented this David Wilson he's president of Morgan state university that's in a strictly black university in Baltimore Maryland president Wilson thank you so much for talking to us today Michelle thank you for

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"morgan state university" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"morgan state university" Discussed on KTOK

"Morgan state university choir from his native Baltimore locks make a manual more than ten thousand acres burning out of control north of San Francisco pushed by very strong winds fueled by dry grass in vegetation in right now the entire town of guys are bill is being evacuated some eight hundred or so people fox is cloudy count and Subaru recalling over four hundred thousand vehicles because of problems with engine computers and debris that can fall into motors among those affected some impresses from twenty seventeen to twenty nineteen America is listening to five new this is your official weather station Hey there Oklahoma City it's going to be a cloudy wet and windy one today wind chills in the thirty this afternoon with temperatures falling to the low to mid forties we will have the waves of showers and occasional thunderstorms continuing to tonight and through tomorrow as well tonight a live thirty nine tomorrow only climb into the mid forties the strong north wind the rain tapers early Saturday the four warn storm team and one thousand Katie okay team weather coverage you can depend on Stevie and appliances helping fight breast cancer so for each KitchenAid major appliance sold during the month of October we'll donate twenty five dollars to support breast cancer research plus you can receive up to one thousand dollars in rebates with the purchase of selected KitchenAid appliances update your kitchen before the holidays and enjoy a great cooking experience helped Harry support breast cancer research if you want to help another way you can sample delicious goodies baked in Harry's own KitchenAid Evans and take some home for the family with all proceeds going to breast cancer program don't forget Harry will donate twenty five dollars to support breast cancer research for every kitchen a major home appliance sold during October plus you can receive up to one thousand dollars in rebates when you purchase a selected KitchenAid appliances together we can make a difference every stevia plants just north of Hafner on fan writer sales used commercial trucks a lot of commercial trucks trucks that can be yours for zero down and zero payments for one Hundred Days sweeper trucks truck street trucks with perjury in front and just about every other twenty twelve advance but most important we have the right commercial truck for your business and while driving down five Ryder truck for zero down additional terms used trucks dot com today our doctors there for us providing the care we need when we need it most during some of our toughest days in our.

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00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Oregon State study says wind turbines threaten migrating bats

"A university studies says a Pacific Northwest bad that migrate south for the winter faces threats from wind turbines Morgan state university concludes that the hoary bat faces an uncertain future because the numbers declining by two percent per year a study author Tom road house says bats can be killed by collisions with the propellers manned by Berrow trauma which occurs when bats fly through low pressure zones created by spinning blades sonar capabilities can't detect the changes in

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"morgan state university" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"morgan state university" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"E. exes Brad Ford says it shows there's a larger problem than previously reported Morgan state university look to the overall number of people who are homeless we estimate that thirty eight thousand people experienced homelessness and twenty seventeen PS your research MRS is about us as one hundred seven thousand people were at risk of being homeless they found solving the problem would cost between two point six and four billion dollars over the next ten years an investigation continues into a shooting that hurt a man in southeast Portland police say he was shot about ten o'clock last night in the neighborhood office southeast fifty first in Gladstone he was rushed to a hospital where doctors say he's expected to survive the portal public school district nearly lost two point nine million dollars to a contractor's fraud your guardian reports the fraudster submitted fake documents with their account number fortunately the fraud was stopped for the money was removed by the suspects the FBI help get it back the two employees who approved that spending our on paid leave during the investigation and once they return they'll go through fraud training the drop in gas prices is slowing triple A.'s Marie Dodd says it's because more vehicles are on the roads summer may be winding down but gasoline demand in the US is soaring to new heights at nearly ten million barrels per day the national average dropped three cents to two sixty one a gallon Oregon's average fell two pennies to three oh seven dot says prices should continue to drop after Labor Day when the kids return to school but if you're headed to the beach this week you'll want to stay out of the water at the D. river beach in Lincoln city until further notice an Oregon health authority advisory substantial elevated levels of fecal bacteria in the ocean water that can make people sick especially kids in the.

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"morgan state university" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"morgan state university" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"They include those and honorable Kelly Baltimore City model. More Carrol Cecil Frederick offered. Howard, Montgomery Prince, George's and southern York county, Pennsylvania all opening two hours late this morning of an shot by Baltimore County. Police after refusing the drama shut at the liberty court shopping centre in randallstown has died. The man identified as twenty four year old annual, David Oates. An off-duty Baltimore police officer shoots herself in the league. And is hospitalized. The incident occurring on east northern Parkway in the oaks neighborhood an internal police investigation now underway. A Baltimore police officer and a civilian are injured a two car crash at cold spring lane and Hillen road near Morgan state university. The injuries not believed life threatening to people are injured a fire at a six story apartment building for seniors in northwest. Baltimore smoke could be seen from multiple floors. Residents were evacuated and there were no injuries in the fire in the thirty six hundred block of Clarks lane sports in a moment. Hi, Sean, Casey, the hearing assessment center, I wanna talk about the importance of having a comprehensive hearing examination as discussed in our Baltimore. Here's you segments. Dr Sirnak recommends having an initial exam starting at the age of fifty you should have your hearing checked as often as you have. Physical and on their recommendation, I visited the Louisville office to have my own hearing evaluated. I was very impressed with their staff from the initial phone call with barb the follow up letter from Dr Sirnak after my extensive evaluation. I was provided with a detailed yet understandable description of my auditory system. You know, when I think of hearing loss, I think of the hearing assessment center so for your hearing evaluation or to discuss any air related issue..

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"morgan state university" Discussed on First Day Back

First Day Back

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"morgan state university" Discussed on First Day Back

"He showed me the apartment complex where he grew up. It looked like a couple of oversized yellow LEGO bricks spread across a carpet of grass members. So many times just memories of my father carry me of the while like, I'm wheezing it. He's got me on his shoulder. Carry me up in. He laid me in the backseat and Jason's father driving him to the hospital became a routine of his childhood hospital not far from Franklin square. And that's where I always went like they knew me walked in like the nurse like on a first name basis. Eight Jason, hey, Beth how the kids? All right. His asthma was so bad emit. He couldn't play. Like his friends. But yeah, I remember being here running around or my parents telling me like we go outside sit on the step. So without be sitting on the step watching all the kids run around play. I think maybe some of my comedy came in those moments like I mean 'cause you're left to yourself. So your magic start running while you start kind of getting more in touch with your thoughts. And I was literally forced to sit down. So in that I started observing so which will even just ten years old cases started thinking of himself like comedy recorder holding onto images and moments all around him that he could turn into jokes later as he got older his asthma improved. He's not exactly sure why he enrolled in Morgan state university historically, black college in Baltimore. That's where he met Dion. She remembers the exact moment, you got a pitcher it right Morgan state university in. The front of homes hall, which be you've for everything that you pitcher a university campus to look like it was early in their freshman year. She was with a friend when they ran into Jason. So Jason is walking towards homes hall steps. And I just remember looking and seeing. This mile. You got to understand that? There's a certain weight that comes with being a black man and the United States if a black man, smiles depending on the code of where they're from that could be viewed as weakness. And you can't afford to be a black man in the United States and be perceived as weak. So to meet Jason. And the first thing was like this warm of a genuine smile, and like does that like the. Written in college, Jason smile, and charisma were legend, oh, Jason rule work state from administration down to press collection. He. He ran wargin. He did Jason was Mr. freshman sophomore, Mr. junior, and then Mr. mortgage. When he graduated Jason still had to figure out a career his mom was an elementary school teacher. So that looked pretty safe. He took a job as a kindergarten teacher and found himself in front of a classroom of expectant five year olds. It was a tough room really good teachers are performers. I mean, you know, got a captured audience, you gotta hold their attention. You gotta learn how to move on your feet in quickly in improvise and all those types of things. Exactly what I would do the kids. He was in his element and little things the kids would do cracked him up. So he would scribble down ideas on posted notes all day long. They weren't fully formed jokes just colonels that he thought this is too good. I have to remember it. He kept all these tiny scraps of paper in ziplock bags my first time doing standby bag like this on stage, and I stood there. And I was doing today. All right. Let's begin Jason is miming dipping his hand bag without even looking at it. Like the way you would win picking a winner for raffle. Just read the notes, and I didn't look I would just like this. Then either they laughed and they didn't laugh and will put it back in. And I'll go to next one over. I think you guys will enjoy this. Yes. Decided to go all in with comedy, even as he taught kindergarten all day long. He hustled onstage seven nights a week. I will leave school draft a show due to shows.

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"morgan state university" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"morgan state university" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Across america. It's Red Eye Radio. Rick Roberts in for the guys in. Thank you so much for being a part of the show. I mean that I'm a caller driven show. If you haven't figured that out. If you missed any of this morning show, the podcast of the full five hour show goes online soon at redeye radio show dot com. That's Red Eye Radio show dot com or you can install the Red Eye Radio app from your app store. It's just that simple. I gotta give you this before. I back out of here. Elizabeth warren. I guess the Democrats haven't gotten the messy jet. Black people aren't stupid, Hispanic people aren't stupid, Elizabeth Warren. I call her the screaming Mimi, she was asked to speak to the graduates at Morgan state university. And then she went on a three minute rant that the government has dramatically discriminated against black people in America. And your only salvation your only hope you're only way to see a brighter. Happier day is if you vote for Democrats, you know, even telling the black community for fifty years, you're going to do this and you're going to do. But by the way, what happened to all that money from my brother's keeper the tens of millions of dollars didn't end up in the black communities. It had ended up someplace where where to go. Bama, you're still around DC. Thank you could give us an answer to them. That's going to do it. For me. Rick roberts. Thanks to.

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"morgan state university" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"morgan state university" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"For the guys in. Thank you so much for being a part of the show. I mean that I'm a caller driven show. If you haven't figured that out. If you missed any of this morning show, the podcast of the full five hour show goes online soon at redeye radio show dot com. That's Red Eye Radio show dot com or you can install the Red Eye Radio app from your app store. It's just that simple. I gotta give you this before. I back out of here. Elizabeth warren. I guess the Democrats haven't gotten the message yet. Black people aren't stupid, Hispanic people aren't stupid, Elizabeth Warren. I call her the screaming Mimi, she was asked to speak to the graduates at Morgan state university. And then she went on a three minute rant that the government has historically discriminated against black people in America, and your only salvation your only hope you're only way to see a brighter. Happier day is if you vote for Democrats, you know, you've been telling the black community for fifty years. There's you're going to do this and you're gonna do. But by the way, what happened to all that money from my brother's keeper the tens of millions of dollars didn't end up in the black communities had ended up someplace were were to go. A Bama you're still around DC. Thank you could give us an answer to that. That's going to do it. For me. Rick roberts. Thanks to Gary McNamara. Eric Harley Brian and Alan.

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"morgan state university" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"morgan state university" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Roberts in for the guys in. Thank you so much for being part of the show. I mean that I'm a caller driven show. If you haven't figured that out. If you missed any of this morning show, the podcast of the full five hour show goes online soon at redeye radio show dot com. That's Red Eye Radio show dot com or you can install the Red Eye Radio app from your app store. Just that simple. I gotta give you this before. I back out of here. Elizabeth warren. I guess the Democrats haven't gotten a messy jet. Black people aren't stupid, Hispanic people aren't stupid, Elizabeth Warren. I call her the screaming Mimi, she was asked to speak to the graduates at Morgan state university. And then she went on a three minute rant that the government has the manically discriminated against black people in America, and your only salvation your only hope you're only way to see a brighter. Happier day is if you vote for Democrats, you know, even tell him, but the black community for fifty years, there's you're going to do this and you're going to do. But by the way, what happened all that money from my brother's keeper the tens of millions of dollars didn't end up in the black communities. It had ended up someplace were were to go. A bomber you're still around DC? Thank you could give us an answer to that. That's going to do it. For me. Rick roberts. Thanks to Gary McNamara. Eric Harley Brian.

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"morgan state university" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"morgan state university" Discussed on WJR 760

"In for the guys in. Thank you so much for being a part of the show. I mean that I'm a caller driven show. If you haven't figured that out. If you missed any of this morning show, the podcast of the full five hour show goes online soon at redeye radio show dot com. That's Red Eye Radio show dot com or you can install the Red Eye Radio app from your app store. It's just that simple. I gotta give you this before back out of here. Elizabeth warren. I guess the Democrats haven't gotten the messy jet. Black people aren't stupid, Hispanic people aren't stupid, Elizabeth Warren. I call her the screaming Mimi, she was asked to speak to the graduates at Morgan state university. And then she went on a three minute rant that the government has medically discriminated against black people in America, and your only salvation your only hope you're only way to see a brighter. Happier day is if you vote for Democrats, you know, even telling the black community for fifty years, you're going to do this and you're gonna do. But by the way, what happened to all that money from my brother's keeper the tens of millions of dollars didn't end up in the black communities. It had ended up someplace where where to go. A bomber you're still around these. Thank you could give us an answer to that. That's going to do it. For me. Rick roberts. Thanks to Gary McNamara. Eric Harley Brian and Alan always making it an easy job in. Thanks to you for.

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