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"national association blacks" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"national association blacks" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A.m.. But today I am in for Steve Bertrand all afternoon with you. I'll be with you on New Year's Day tomorrow as well, with so much stuff planned so many guests coming on. You will want to have your radio or computer tuned right here to WGN because coming up this Show will be talking with Congresswoman elect Marine Newman of Illinois is third district before she heads off the Washington We're gonna talk about redistricting that is around the corner and Illinois with Madeline due back Who's the executive director of Change? Illinois will be figuring out whether or not redistricting will be fair this time around, and we're gonna get a weather update from a buddy Mike Hammer takeover, WGN. Plus, I'll tell you something about Mr Hammer, Nick, you might not know. He doesn't even know what to tell you. And then a little later in the five o'clock hour, we're gonna be talking with Clifton Daniel. He is the grandson of Harry Truman. His mother was Margaret Truman Daniel. He's going to be talking about the peaceful transition of power, which, actually, in many ways, was begun by his grandfather, Harry Truman. And he's written about that. Then Attorney gal possess key is going to join us. It is New Year's Eve. We know you're gonna be home. But what if you're out? What if you're drinking? What if you're arrested? Gals gonna be here to help you in this six block Our We lighten things up a little bit. Certainly. After your arrest me lighten things up. We're gonna be talking about politeness etiquette, like on zoom and other things like that. You're gonna enjoy that. We're gonna talk about surviving the restaurant problems at all the restaurants are having today we'll talk to the owner of Manny's Delicatessen. And then the owner of Windy City Sweets. John The Candyman. Manchester is going to join me to give us an update on how the ice cream or between myself and WGN radio Steve Dale is going and who knows? If Dale's listening he might just chime in. But for now, let us take a look at our life in this new stimulus world as we get ready to enjoy our New Year's this evening, joining his Cook County commissioner, Bridget Gainer. About what's coming up. Commissioner's going to talk to you again. It's been awhile if you do. Yeah, thanks So much and happy New Year to you Happy New Year, So there's all the Yeah. Can't get rid of this. You're faster, So it's okay. So Congress, you know, finally gets its act together and does its thing. Let's bring it home to cook County and our situation. What? What changes in this second stimulus moment? How does that impact us? So let's talk about a couple buckets. There's what do individuals gets? What do you get if you're on unemployment, and then what happened for a business, so the individual payments are not going to be the 2000. I mean that that's pretty much assured now, but it's on the way Congress is running it, so it's going to be $600. That's if you make up to 75,000. If two people earn together they can make up to 152. Adults get 600 each, But then So does each child goes to Mary. Couple of two kids. Get $2400. So that goes to anyone, you know. Married couples under 1 50 individuals under 75. Now, if you're kind of, you know, times are much harder and maybe their unemployment or rent insurance, a rent assistance that the $600 We remember from last time that additional what things? What one on top of the state. Now it's 300. So if you apply for unemployment in Illinois, you get it from the state. You'll get an extra hunt $300 payments and that goes until March, 14th. So, but the if you are like a freelancer or an independent contractor $100 per week. Wow, talk about that. Yeah, well, they haven't You know, I mean, this is the hard part about gig workers. You know, over drivers deliver people you You know you're not paying into the standard unemployment system in the same way, But they, you know, we rely on these people so much, and they rely on income, much of which has gone away in the pandemic, so they're getting an extra bump onto their unemployment as well. And do we know you know, it always people who are in the arts actors behind the scenes workers they they've taken. They were the first to take the hit. They'll be the last to come back. Are they getting some help here? It's an interesting question. Because the individuals can apply for unemployment. They can get these extra bumps. But you know pretty much thanks to genuine calfskin like quickly and the guys like Joe Shanahan and Katie Children from Hideout and From the Metro. Those guys were worked really hard, and they have something in Chicago called Save our stages and civil they lobby. They rallied everyone in the state and they got people across the country to get special assistant for the theaters and the performing arts venues in the club. And so those businesses in addition to the workers are going to get some additional help to stay open because none of us wants to get to the other side of the pandemic and have no archer culture or clubs, music venues. That are able to survive because they can't deliver like the restaurants can and even you know, even his difficulties that is there in were shaped so huge shadow to those guys who made that happen, and I know they worked with guess I had on the show Last week, Matthew Lee Urbach, who is an actor, a writer, he wrote The doppelganger, for example, He was with me last week on the show, and he's helped create an organization called Being Arts Hero. They worked closely with those congressmen she just talked about so important. So rental eviction. So the good news for people who have been unable to pay their rent is that the moratorium on evictions has been extended. But there's always things that I wondered if if I owned a building and I have, just like, you know, one unit. I'm just that that 10 and helps me pay for my my own mortgage and stuff. What about the landlord? I mean, it's great for the tenants, but the landlord you're going at the bank isn't telling me I don't have to pay. No, it's it's tremendous. It's a huge problem, and Chicago is loaded. I mean, my parents growing up head apart buildings and you know lots of people. That's an income or second income. And so there is really not a lot of relief of the landlords. The only thing kind of is the idea that you've got your mortgage from HUD. You can't start a foreclosure till the end of February. But that doesn't really help the landlord's. There was a big push to try to get your mortgage expense, not just the interest but your mortgage expensive and we'll tell, you know, building to be able to be deducted and that didn't happen. And so they're really Isn't we? I was just gonna zoom call last night with the national Association, Black Realtors, and they had about 1100 people on this call, and that was one of the most kind of questions do a lot of those guys for flagsticks flats and you know that's the lifeblood of a lot of neighborhoods and that really in a hard spot, so the bottom line to it is do we face a situation where tenants are paying the rent? Because they can't and we respect that. I understand that, But then the landlord's months down the line. Say Sorry, guys, I've lost the building. Well, you know, it's interesting. So, 10 years ago, we obviously we're in the middle of the financial crisis and you know you and I talked about this issue. I started the land thank off of that and have spent a lot of time. In kind of the what? What were the aftereffects of the foreclosure crisis? The one thing I hope we learned from that is when banks one aggressively to foreclose on properties all the sudden they got into the middle of it and thought, Well, wait a minute. We don't want to take all this property back. What if we're going to do about it? We better come up with better terms. Let people be back. Unfortunately, that happened late into that whole financial crisis. So especially in places like Back of the yards and our progression. You saw huge foreclosure crisis. My hope is the bank's learned from that. We won't see people rush into foreclosure and banks were workout terms for four parents because at the end of the day, nobody wants to foreclose on the building. Um, so how can we be a little bit more patient with people? And of course you are a cook County commissioner. So is there any in terms of recovering initiatives in the county level? Anything specific? We should know about Yes, there's rental assistance. A cook County land like yesterday just gave our Tuesday just gave out $25,000 to families across Chicago in the suburb, rent and mortgage assistance. Isn't small business assistant so If you go to, you know, Bridget that Gaynor and Cook County, ill dot gov or any county website..

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"national association blacks" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"national association blacks" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Affordably got rid of the wires that's getting rid of the complexity a lot of the expense. It's big, simply safe system shipped directly to your home Pre configured protested. You just put the centers where you want him and you're up and running. What's left for you to Dio is a range of 24 7 monitoring That's only 14 99 a month. 14 99 a month, not 50 and there's no two year contract to sign they'll throw in. Let's see free HD camera. It's a big deal because an HD camera Will allow the police to see if there's actually a burglary going on. And if they can see it, they know it's not a false alarm until dispatch cops. Immediately. You, Khun have a security system in a condominium in an apartment one bedroom, too, but doesn't matter. Doesn't have to be a house that you own. You can put it anywhere. Now. Simply safe use a dot com three million American households and counting are now using it. Free HD cameras simply safe, Yusa. Dot com. Let's go sound by 23. I got to go fast here. This is James Clyburn, the congressional Black Caucasians this afternoon on Fox. All this talk about Kamala Harris not being popular. With African Americans question Kamala Harris urging black Americans to vote. Why is this even an issue? Why does she have to say to black people go out there and vote? Nobody. It is beyond leading to be convinced people have different. Why not? That's what a democracy is, is about different views. Coming together and working through those differences and trying to find common ground. Do you think Joe Biden knows that because in his recent remarks, he said things if you're black, and you don't vote for me, you're not black. Do you think your candidate gets what you're saying? He is a much better man than the alternative. He understands owe their difference of opinion. Oh, and he was making light. Of a situation when he met, Woody met said at the time. I cringe when they said Oh, no, he cringed when he done said it. He cringed when plugs and Oh no. Well, we didn't know that he cringed when plug said it. We didn't know that until just now. He didn't answer the question. What in the world is Kamala Harris, having to convince black people will vote for this ticket? What's that about? He didn't answer them. So let's go back August 5th of 2020 Vista National Association, black journalists and Hispanic journalists Virtual convention Yes, and by the way, what you all know, but most people don't know. Unlike the African American community, with notable exceptions, the Latino community is incredibly diverse community with incredibly different attitudes about different things. Yeah, Yeah, yeah, The African Americans. They're monolithic. There's no difference Is there just Hispanics, you people You're really diverse, but blacks. No way, dude. No way. I guess James Clyburn was cringing then and let's go back to May 22nd. When plugs appeared with my old buddy Charlotte, Mein the God on his breakfast club show. You've got more questions back telling if you have a problem figuring out whether you're for Mayor Trump And you ain't black. You have a problem. Figure out whether you for me or trump. Then you ain't black. I have a theory on Camilla Harris and nobody jams Mohr into a program and that's what I'm I think if you look at her wreck, why she had the ticket I've been asking myself. He didn't get any votes. He's not publish on the ticket. If you look at her record is DEA and Attorney General California's San Francisco she punished her political opponents. She rewarded political supporters, she helped enshrine the one party permanency. In in California. And as president, she do the same thing. Which at the national level Means moving hard left disempowering states and businesses and individuals and centralizing power in D. C. Where they intend to control decision making for generations. My point is that the reason she may be on the ticket is specifically because of what secured her defeat. In the primaries, a rabidly ultra far left radicalism. That they're counting on her using and employing eventually as president. The center of the Radio universe. Rush shopping network News Radio, 1055 W E. R C and W E R c f m dot com.

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"national association blacks" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:22 min | 1 year ago

"national association blacks" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"School District's can open for the fall. Now way just a minute. What the There isn't A, but that's what's so far There isn't a but the really quest for Andrew Cuomo to do this. Do you realize what a concession This could be made to look like To trump. Do you realize what a big I mean? Since since everything in the media these days is, can we make it look bad for Trump? Can we make it look good for the Democrats. Can we make it look good for Beytin? Oh, by the way, but He stepped in it again and doesn't know what he's done. He doubled down on it and doesn't know what he's done because he's not the guy riding what he's saying. And he's not the guy who's writing his tweets. We'll get to all that in a minute. But for the governor of New York at this stage I guess if you're going to open schools, you've got to do it quick. If you've made up your mind you going to do it? You got to do it to open the public Screw lt's in New York this fall. Means there has got to be. There's got be a reason. There's got to be something going on Mr Snugly that is forcing because Cuomo doesn't want to do this. Do you think? These blue state governors do not want to do anything that could in any way be seen. As helping trump. I mean, who is it? In American government that has been single handedly pushing and moving to get the school's open. I got to tell you, it's Donald Trump. And who is it? That's been opposing it. Who is it? That's been thing is not realistic. Who hasn't been demanding all kinds of things if they do it, the teachers unions So Governor Cuomo is. In addition, opening else is standing up a teacher's unions and telling them to go pound sand. Now the teachers unions are demanding all kinds of things they want. For example, the latest demand if there is in the entirety of the New York public School system, and this was before Cuomo. Open them up today. If there is one case of covert 19 Found at any school. They gotta shut down. The entire school system that is a demand from the teachers unions. And I think it's not just in New York. I think it encompasses. A couple of other places to so is this Does this portend something here? Is, is there already that we can't really see what we suspected? Is there already a ripple effect across the country that the Democrat's plan here isn't working by the way, the latest polling data The latest polling data narrowing the gap, and in fact, there was one headline that I saw. That suggests that the the polling right now between Trump and Biden is identical to where it wass with Trump and Hillary. And for that tow happen, It means that Biden is losing significant ground. Then let me let me share this with you. This is audio sound bite Number 11. This is this hapless mayor. Of Portland, Oregon. This is last night, he held a news conference to talk about the riots. Listen to them commit arson with an accelerant in an attempt to burn down a building that is occupied by people that you have intentionally trapped inside. You're not demonstrating You are attempting to commit murder. You were creating the B roll film that will be used in ads nationally to help Donald Trump during his campaign. You don't want to be part of that. Don't show up. May I translate this for you? What do you think this guy was saying? There, Mr Snored wave, just like there's no right or wrong. I just want to know what you think you're saying. Right, right. The mayor of Portland, Oregon, is telling rioters. That? Yeah, they're attempting murder. But worse than that, is that they're helping Trump. You know if it wouldn't help Trump the fact that you're you know, maybe killing people wouldn't be that big a deal. But since it's helping Trump, you've gotta stop it. This is Well, it's great. In one sense, the mayor of Portland, who himself got tear gassed by the very mob that he thinks he's simpatico with You remember that? The mayor went out there one night, where they were rioting and protesting in creating general mayhem and wanted to cheer them on. He ends up getting tear gassed out there. His eyes are bleeding and watering. It all sort that he's proud of it. And now he's appealing. To the rioters and the arsonists and the looters. The purse snatchers, the rapist, the muggers. He's begging them to stop, not because it's wrong, not because it's destroying his city. Not because it's destroying other people's profit. No, they have to stop because they're helping Donald Trump folks, and I'll tell you some days. Some days. It looks bleak. When you start some days, it looks bleak. When you get up. I'm talking about the context of the news. And then other days. It's like this. This is this is just that's too good. And here's another grabs my number 23 This is Chris Bedford. This is related to nothing. This is just a good observation. I want to share with you. This handle is not a Tucker. Tucker Carlson, the fax News channel. Chris Bedford is the deputy Amadou, editor of the Federalist. And the question he was asked. Do you notice the whole sale? Concrete wide change in attitudes, at least among our leaders in the last seven months, all of a sudden We resemble everything that we said we haven American left is different from a lot of the global liberal lefts and that they're the only ones that don't like their country. The Cubans, the Soviets, the Chinese They're all fiercely patriotic. We don't have that. But we have a lot of the other things. We have that insidious phrase that you're on the wrong side of history. I think Excuse me. I think this is a really, really fascinating observation. It's an observation. I wish I had made this guy's pointing out that the American leftists and the only left us in the world hate their country. The check on left his love China. The Cubans Love Cuba. I'm some of the leaders Castro Love Cuba, you go to the Soviet Union slash Russia. Putin loves it. They never ripped their own country, the shreds these leftists hate their country. Yeah, but rush, they haven't. They haven't taken it over yet. Like the Cubans have been taken over and like the child comes in communist for a long, long time since Mount Se Dong And the Russians and the Soviet Communist since World War two in before that, but they haven't pulled it off you have here. I understand that, but you know what? I think the hatred is so ingrained in the unhappiness, the misery, the discontent. I think it's so ingrained such a natural part of their existence. Remember? Whatever. Whenever they get whatever they demand. It never makes him happy, right? They always want and demand more. I'm thinking that even if they were to pull this off, which they're not going to in this election, and they're not going because we don't have a majority of Americans that Agree with socialism or communism and want the country to become that But even if it did, and the left Was victorious, They still wouldn't be happy. And they would still be ripping the country even after they run it. Look Look at the places they do. Run looking in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Look at look at Oregon. These people are not happy and they run it and they've been running it. With without any opposition, essentially for decades. In the case of Oregon and Minnesota. Chicago, the most people look happy to you. And why is that well because there's opposition still even in places. That they dominate in run. There is still opposition and opposition makes them miserably unhappy. Um, economic news. This is a study today in media How the economic news today is has has been presented. How it is presented in the news, Joe Biden. Has attempted to clarify His remark, Morley his handlers have attempted to clarify what Biden said. He clarified is his answer to the question from the Hispanic reporter during an interview on Wednesday that was hosted by the National Association of Hispanic Journalists. And the National Association of Black Journalists. Here's Here's Biden's attempt to fix Well, dear me, we may want to go to the audio sound bites for this. In which case I need them. Yeah, let's start here at the top in order to do this justice. We need to start at the top of the audio sunlight, so let's go back to Wednesday. National Association Black Journalists National Association of Hispanic Journalist Virtual Convention This is NPR's Lulu Got a CIA Nevado. Talking to Biden. Will you re engage with Cuba? Yes, And by the way, what you all know, but most people don't know. Unlike the African American community with notable exceptions, the Latino community is incredibly diverse community with incredibly different attitudes about different things. How do you walk that back? How do you clarify that? Well, they tried, ladies and gentlemen, and they just dug themselves in deeper before that, though. You mean this? You think this story didn't take off? Mr Snugly. Mr Snugly just sent me a little note here via our internal note system that is encrypted both ways on Ly he and I could read these notes. Said. This Biden story didn't take off until you did it. Then, after you framed it, it took off like a rocket white..

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"national association blacks" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"national association blacks" Discussed on 600 WREC

"It is going to be a hot weekend. No doubt about it. Join us back in Monday morning for Alabama's Morning news, the latest on what's gonna be happening while our stimulus pays for, and Avery will stop by from Federation of American Immigration Reform Monday morning news radio 155 No, I mean somebody wrote that bunch of razzmatazz and put it on the prompter and sent him out there to say it and it was worse than what he has said on Wednesday. It was worse. We're talking about biking. Here's Friday, folks We gotta keep rolling here from sunny South Florida. It's open lines. So the first thing he does, he tells a bunch of reporters. A virtual convention National Association, black reporters this manic reporters that there's no diversity in a black community nothing like the diversity in the Hispanic community. Oh, mistakes, Then they mount there. I gotta tell you, I was starting about geographic. What I really meant to say was That these Hispanics and from every where there's so many different parts of the world they're from. They've got much more diversity, African Americans and pretty much from one place. Mississippi. Everything else, you know that there is much more Hispanic diversity just stepped in it again. But the point is, it's somebody on his team wrote that.

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"national association blacks" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"national association blacks" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And the National Association of Black Journalists. Here's Here's Biden's attempt to fix Well, here, let me we may want to go to the audio sound bites for this. In which case I mean him. Yeah, Let's start here at the top in order to do this justice. We need to start at the top of the audio sunlight, so let's go back to Wednesday. National Association Black Journalists National Association of Hispanic Journalist Virtual Convention This is NPR's Lulu. Got a CIA Nevado talking to Biden. Will you re engage with Cuba? Yes. And by the way, what you all know, but most people don't know. Unlike the African American community, with notable exceptions, the Latino community is incredibly diverse community with incredibly different attitudes about different things. How do you walk that back? How do you clarify that? Well, they tried, ladies and gentlemen, and they just dug themselves in deeper before that, though. You mean this? You think destroyed it to take off. Mr Snugly. Mr Snugly just sent me a little note here via our internal note system That is encrypted both ways Only he and I could read these notes. Said. This Biden story didn't take off until you did it. Then, after you framed, it took off like a rocket. This is on Wednesday. That's what 12 15 Trump comes out of the White House and starts talking about it. And we were convinced Trump might have heard it or been told about it because somebody there was listening here. Well, you're we were the first to make a big deal out of it had been out there all morning, and nobody nobody would done and done much with it. The media wasn't going to do anything with it. It is sitting on this. Hope it goes by, but well, okay, You may be right. It didn't take off until we hit it after we framed it the right Then it took off like a rocket. And we're now on day two of it. So here is a montage. Of media attempting to defend Beytin. Remember what he's just said. Oh, by the way, what You all know most people don't know. But you people, you Hispanics, You know this? Unlike the African American community, the Latino community is incredibly diverse community, unlike the African American community. Latinos have incredibly different attitudes about different things. So we make a big deal of it. We forced the drive byes tohave to go out there and try to position this and explain it. And defend plugs. Tell us what he meant. And here's a montage of that. Biden's campaign insists he was referring to diversity of attitudes among Latinos, an advisor, adding, Of course, by knows the black community is not a model with the African American community By and large Very loyal and has been well served by the Democratic Party in article or not. I think that's what vice President Biden was saying. But it is not the candidate who is the most fluid candidate on issues of race. The African American community and Latinos know him. Whatever gas he's making an unintentional They certainly aren't intentionally races they are. This is the thing. This guy is a segregationist, he goes back. To the early days in his career, which was the that the heyday of the Democrats segregation to see how this works. He gets to go out and say things that are blatantly racist. And here come the meat all? No, no, no, He doesn't really mean that. No,.

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"national association blacks" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"national association blacks" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"But rush, they haven't. They haven't taken it over yet. Like the Cubans have been taken over and like the child comes in communist for a long, long time since Mount Se Dong And the Russians and the Soviet Communist since World War two in before, Matt, But they haven't pulled it off yet here. I understand that, but you know what? I think the hatred is so ingrained in the unhappiness, the misery, the discontent. I think it's so ingrained such a natural part of their existence and remember Whatever Whatever they get Whatever they demand, it never makes him happy, right? They always want and demand more. I'm thinking that even if they were to pull this off, which they're not going to in this election, and they're not going because we don't have a majority of Americans that Agree with socialism or communism and want the country to become that But even if it did, and the left Was victorious, They still wouldn't be happy. And they would still be ripping the country even after they run it. Look Look at the couple of places they do. Run looking in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Look at look at Oregon. These people are not happy and they run it and they've been running it. With Adam the opposition essentially for decades. In the case of Oregon and Minnesota. Chicago, the most people look happy to you. And why is that well because there's opposition still even in places. That they dominate in run. There is still opposition and opposition makes them miserably. Unhappy, um thie economic news. This is a study today. In media how the economic News today is has has been presented. How it is presented in the news, Joe Biden. Has attempted to clarify His remark morally, his handlers have attempted to clarify what Biden said. Clarified is his answer to the question from the Hispanic reporter during an interview on Wednesday that was hosted by the National Association of Hispanic Journalists and the National Association of Black Journalists. Here's Here's Biden's attempt to fix well here, let me we may want to go to the audio sound bites for this, In which case I need them. Yeah, Let's start here at the top in order to do this justice. We need to start at the top of the audio son bite, So let's go backto Wednesday, National Association Black Journalist National Association of Hispanic Journalist Virtual Convention. This is NPR's Lulu. Got a CIA Nevado talking to Biden. Will you re engage with Cuba? Yes, And by the way, what you all know, but most people don't know. Unlike the African American community with notable exceptions, the Latino community is incredibly diverse community with incredibly different attitudes about different things. How do you walk that back? How do you clarify that? Well, they try and ladies and gentlemen, and they just dug themselves in deeper before that, though. You mean this? You think this story didn't take off? Mr Snugly. Mr Snugly just sent me a little note here via our internal note system that is encrypted both ways. Only he and I can read these notes said. This bike, The story didn't take off until you did it. Then after you framed it, it took off like a rock. Why This is on Wednesday. That's what your 12 15 Trump comes out of the White House and starts talking about it. And we were convinced Trump might have heard it or been told about it because somebody there was listening. Well, we were the first I could make a deal out of it had been out there all morning, and nobody has nobody would done had done much with it. The media wasn't going to do anything. Whether they're just sitting on his hope it goes by, but well, okay, You may be right. It didn't take off until we hit it. And after we framed it the right then it took off like a rocket. And we're now on day two of it. So here is a montage. Of media attempting to defend Beytin. Remember what he's just said. And by the way, what you all know most people don't know. But you people, you Hispanics, You know this? Unlike the African American community, the Latino communities, incredibly diverse community, unlike the African American community, Latinos have incredibly different attitudes about different things. So we make a big deal of it. We forced the drive byes tohave to go out there and try to position this and explain it and defend plugs. Tell us what he meant. And here's a montage of that. Biden's campaign insists he was referring to diversity of attitudes among Latinos, an advisor, adding, Of course, by knows the black community is not a monolith, the African American community by and large Very loyal and has been well served by the Democratic Party in article or not. I think that's what vice President Biden was saying. But it is not the candidate who is the most fluent candidate on issues of race. The African American community and Latinos know him. Whatever gas he's making an unintentional They certainly are intentionally races they are. This is the thing. This guy is a segregationist, he goes back. To the early days in his career, which was the that the heyday of the Democrats segregation to see how this works. He gets to go out and say things that are blatantly racist. And here come the meat all? No, no, no, He.

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"national association blacks" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"national association blacks" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"What he was hired by number two. This is again the National Association Black Journalists National Association of Hispanic Journalists Virtual Convention where Joe Biden has just said. Yeah, By the way, when you all know he's talking to one Hispanic female reporter what you would know most people don't know. Unlike The black community. The Latino community is incredibly diverse. Incredibly different attitudes about different things. Unlike The black community, and we know the black community like nobody knows the black community. We know. Same convention. Same place, Same reporter Lulu and Garcia Navarro. Tested by and so if you scrap the president's tariffs on China What do you want? In return? If you're going to get rid of those, are you just gonna scrap him without any concessions from the China way Trump. The way China will respond is when we gather the rest of the world that, in fact, invasion and free and an open trade and making sure that we're in a position that the world that we deal with the right way. That then, in fact, that's when things began to change. And there's another reason why there will not be a debate. There won't be one debate. There won't be, too There won't be for Here. What's this is amusing. Let's let's listen. It's against already in free to remember the question. Okay, so if if you scrap trumps tariffs on the check comes Which, by the way are working if you scrap the tariffs. What do you want from the chai calms in return or Is it? Nothing you're you're just going to scrap the tariffs and not demand the chai calms make any concessions the way trump. The way China will respond is when we gather the rest of the world that, in fact, invasion and free and an open trade and making sure that we're in a position that the world that we deal with the right way. That then, in fact, that's when things began to change. So this is why yesterday I made a big point. Whoever is is putting Biden out there is doing all of this on purpose. They're subjecting him to this ridicule. They're putting him out here in these circumstances that he is not capable. Of existing in he's not capable of performing his His mental acuity is What's vanishing by the day? Let's let's read this by the transcript. The way trump the way China will respond. That was the question was, what's he going to do? If he gets ripped, the scraps trumps tariffs. Are you going to demand other concessions or you just gonna let it go? The way Trump the way China will respond is when we gather the rest of the world. And that fact invades in free. Of an open train. And making sure that we're in a position that the world that we deal with the W H o. They're right. That's the World Health Organization. They had nothing to do with tariffs. The World Health Organization is in the child comes back pocket. That we deal with the W ay show the right way that that in fact, that's when things began to change. He has no idea what he said. He has no idea what the question was, folks. Now, somebody a lot of people in the Democrat party are throwing him out there. And subjecting him to this. Such is their rabid Unrequited desire to get rid of Donald Trump. Bud. This. This can't even be much less part of.

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"national association blacks" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"national association blacks" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Hired by number two. This is again the National Association Black Journalists National Association of Hispanic Journalists Virtual Convention where Joe Biden has just said. Yeah, By the way, when you won't know he's stalking when Hispanic female reporter what you would almost people don't know. Unlike The black community. The Latino community is incredibly diverse. Incredibly different attitudes about different things. Unlike The black community, and we know the black community like nobody knows the black community. We know. Same convention. Same place, Same reporter Lulu and got a CIA Navarro. Says to bite, So if you scrap the president's tariffs on China What do you want? In return? If you're going to get rid of those, are you just gonna scrap him without any concessions from the China way Trump. The way China will respond is when we gather the rest of the world that, in fact, invasion and free and an open trade and making sure that we're in a position that the world that we deal with the right way. That that in fact, that's when things began to change. And there's another reason why there will not be a debate. There won't be one debate. There won't be too There won't be for Here. What's this is amusing. Let's let's listen. It's against already in free to remember the question. Okay, so if if you scrap trumps tariffs on the Chai calms Which by the way are working if you scrap the tariffs. What do you want from the chai calms in return, or is it nothing? You're you're just going to scrap the tariffs and not demand the chai calms make any concessions the way trump. The way China will respond is when we gather the rest of the world that, in fact, invasion and free and an open trade and making sure that we're in a position that the world that we deal with the right way. That that in fact, that's when things began to change. So this is why yesterday I made a big point. Whoever is is putting Biden out there is doing all of this on purpose. They're subjecting him to this ridicule. They're putting him out here in these circumstances that he is not capable. Of existing in he's not capable of performing his His mental acuity is What's vanishing by the day? Let's let's read this by the transcript. The way trump the way China will respond. That was the question was, what's he going to do? If he gets ripped me, scraps trumps tariffs. Are you going to demand other concessions or you just gonna let it go? The way Trump the way China will respond is when we gather the rest of the world. And that fact invades and free. Of an open train and making sure that we're in a position that the world that we deal with the W H O the right. That's the World Health organization. They've got nothing to do with tariffs. The World Health Organization is in the child comes back pocket. That we deal with the W ay show the right way that that in fact, that's when things began to change. He has no idea what he said. He has no idea what the question was, folks. Now, somebody a lot of people in the Democrat party are throwing him out there. And subjecting him to this. Such is their rabid Unrequited desire to get rid of Donald Trump. But this this can't even be much less part of a debate. This can't.

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"national association blacks" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"national association blacks" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Biggest stories. Biggest for him for talking about what matters. They just stick in the state. Now live from the addicts Wealth, magical studios at Radio City. This is the Steves Steffy show. Good morning, Wisconsin. Welcome to Tuesday, July 21st. Now she's been on many times before. Journalist worked in TV done radio documentarian. Host of walkie, PBS's Black Nouveau. Outstanding tennis player. I would say of my opponent tennis, but I think she would kick my butt. Joanne Williams joining me on the line. Good morning, Joanne. Good morning. Steve will have to get on the court. One day. I used to play a lot. Joanne and I haven't played probably, And I don't think my rackets are even up to up to speed for what you need now, But I would I would love the opportunity. You probably have wooden rackets, so I don't have them. They're not that old, but they're right Tennis ball I got I got into tennis balls because my grandson's play with him. But anyway, I would love to take that opportunity to some point to playing tennis. And you're you're at the highest level of tennis, right? You've played well No, no, I'm just pretty darn good. That's what you've told me. You have to take you up on that. All right? I saw this story. So I got to talk to Joanne about this. And I'm full disclosure. I'm not an expert on how ate the AP handles these things. The story is this. We've saw in the last couple months, Things have changed, and they made a decision Associated Press to change usage rules When it comes to the word black and I full full disclosure. I support this decision to capitalize the being black. I think it makes sense that it seems appropriate certainly seems relevant. But the interesting thing about the story that I read that I shared with you as their not doing the same thing for the W and whites Now am I missing something? What? I guess I don't understand. The dynamics of this and why that is parts. Of this conversation when you just capitalize him all Well. Uh, no. Tell me what can I'm looking on The AP story about this one The comments made is that It says White doesn't represent a shared culture and history in the way black does. And we have to look back at the history of the United States, which we're doing a lot of reflecting about that right now in 2020 And you know other cultures. I know where they came from. If you came from some of the country if your parents were immigrants, you know that you came from Some country and you're now Americans, so you may call yourself Something American, but you're still white. Black Americans don't know where we came from. We know we came from the continent of Africa, but we don't know the country. We don't know our original family name. Um, go back to the Syrians. Roots where Kunta Kinte was renamed Toby. So his name was taken away from him his heritage. His culture was taken away from him. So in the context of using the word black We say that Black people. Using that phrase. Give Credence to the entire cultural culture of black people in America. The National Association, black journalists. Is also talking about this and there they have a style book of their own, where they're saying that black should be capitalized. What they say about white that should not be also capitalized or no. It says any VJ also recommends that whenever a color is usedto, appropriately described race when it should be kept, then it should be capitalized, including white and brown. What you're describing race. They're saying you should capitalize. Ah White or brown. But In the use in journalism that the majority of the community the majority of our society is white. Black Americans. Make up a large percentage of percentage. But it's a different kind of culture. It gets really complicated. I get that. Yeah. How do you feel about it? You think it should be what should be capitalized or not? That's where I was going next, because if we are truly all the same, and I believe that To the the essence of what I owe makes me up from my molecules and atoms and all of that stuff. I think we should try to whenever we can standardize and try to scrub away. Now I get the larger point. You're that there isn't necessarily that connection to culture that black Americans have. I get that, but ultimately I also look at things in the more positive viewpoint that suggests to me. Are we creating controversy to make a point? And I understand that, you know the relevance of protests and all that stuff. But wouldn't it be the terms? Not easier. But wouldn't it be smarter to just say Look, Let's treat him all the same. And then therefore we had that that starting point that is consistent across the across the line. That's my take on it. But if you say let's treat him all the same, then that sort of Ah negates the special circumstance of black Americans who weren't treated as all the same for some 203 100 years and still aren't in many places and still aren't too many places. So when people say, for instance, they're color blind. I don't see color among people. Well, we do see color among people. You just have to understand that. Our experiences are different. And that's what makes us All part of America. But It's complicated. To say that.

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"national association blacks" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

14:37 min | 2 years ago

"national association blacks" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Website. Read over and look over this news one special report art. It's a three part series. The first part is black versus blue. Second part is policing black. America and a third part liberty and justice for all so he's also they also have a number of other articles that can be explored on the website without further ado ladies and gentleman. Here's the interview with Dana. Dana Jones. Thank you day. McKay Jones for being on our show. Thank you so much I appreciate it. No problem no problem my a pleasure. Okay so just tell us a little bit about yourself. I did read your bio but just tell tell us a little bit about yourself and what you got going on with your plans for the future and things like that well I'm Correction Office in my profession. That paid the bills. I worked for the Westchester County Department Department. Correction I'm on my third year and Almost cone on a Black Westchester magazine. I am New York State representative the beginning of of blacks and law enforcement of America also. I'm a CO founder of Westchester Black Political Conference. So keep myself I keep myself busy is sounds like you do so your state rep for the blacks and law enforcement so is that electric Alexa medicine. You know that that organization started ten years ago and at that time we I was at that time I was in North East regional president of the National Blackley sociation and we had Little Disagreement Well big disagreement with the president at that time was name is Melinda. Z's I believe he was the Deputy Chief of Dallas Police Department we. We didn't like the way the organization was going. They what they was Dressing issues on the national level which National Organization when is Asian should so myself in a couple of other members decided to leave and start blacks and law enforcement of America to actually give black communities of boys from from a law enforcement perspective and Retired and active law enforcement. Oh okay the organization is fairly active. Then right I see in your newsletter that you are constantly putting articles and dressing dressing now getting situations that are happening in New York but situations around the country. Yes yes We we try to give that voice And we we also vichy where we're trying to work together with the NASA Blackley so they have a new president Sonia Pruitt and She's a good system. I was on the board with her when we was When I was in the National Black Police Association we was on the Board and I'm also part of the National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice and the great thing about these these organizations especially blacks National Association Blacks and criminal justice because of their history and the need for Young black officers throughout the country to participate in these organizations. Because we've seen you've seen lately that Black officers which is is is not surprising. You you don't get the same representation and and and then on Push with the same zeal of defending Black Officers As they do their white counterparts right when the biggest cases that comes to my mind we talk about that. Is that situation happen in Minnesota. I think his last name was not war He was recently convicted. Right right right and yes yes yes yeah he was. He was convicted. Part of that too. You know Great great that you brought that up so part of that also is is the. DA's office when they prosecute cops seems like when his white cops is a higher threshold Oh to indict but when there's black cops the threshold is is is a lot lower and We have to look at that. You know The the bias and the justice system even when it comes to black law enforcement not saying that they shouldn't be accountable but we see that they're treated differently than in their white counterparts and that goes that goes back to having a national organization that can come into thin and defend in the office. And you know. I don't think we will defend you. Know police brutality cases. If you're going out and violating black people's rights but there's certain issues I get calls from all over. You know Black officers feel that they had been asked about a union and in the US not fighting for But you know I think that's needed and no out. I can't think of the state offhand but the black organization in one city and they have instructed then they're black officers to come out of the come to come out of the F. O. P. So I think is black officers starting to be aware that in the union representation when it comes to black officers is little to none. Yeah I was watching another podcast. I think it was rule the mar and I do forget the brothers name and he was. He was definitely saying that he was a current police. Officer who was saying that The black officers need to stop giving these union dues now not. I'm advocating for either way but but it there's a problem there's a problem. Didn't we need to address that problem. Exactly what I wanted to talk about. His Swab addressed this criticism. It's two thousand nineteen. Do we need these organizations. You know why guy separating yourselves you talked with a little little bit about it but just addressed at that point exactly. Why do we need these particular black organizations or do we need them? You know. Well well we still need them because the reason y the organizations was were created. Those same problems exist today when the first black law enforcement position was created in Houston and The issues were you know racism in treated unfairly. Those issues exists today. I mean it it really it really. Hasn't it really hasn't changed. You know we might have more black faces in managerial positions But but it's still. The culture of policing is still racist. It's still biased. I mean it's the DNA that's what it was created for. It was created to and to enforce the the slave codes and the black codes. I mean you know stop question and Frisk was created from from how the the patrollers I used to stop and question flays so I mean nothing. Nothing has changed in the attitudes towards black people haven't changed attitudes for in the attitudes for black people in this coach. Having chain you know just having a badge on. Don't don't let us not be fooled that the attitude for black officers changed at saddened. Terrible right would think that we've come so far but Apparently not in some people's minds. You're absolutely you're absolutely right. I remember remember when when I joined National Association in Nineteen Ninety two. You know. I'm twenty three years old. You know I'm going to these conferences as you know and I'm walking around and I'm looking at these guys and black law enforcement. I mean these brothers that they came up. Join join Policing in the sixties and and you know in the civil rights era in the seven the black power ever and and these are some strong brothers and sisters man and I I had that feeling like wow man you know. Freedom is just around the corner eating what I'm saying like these brothers and then twenty some odd years later. I'm dressing the same issues that addressed in the nineteen ninety-two and that's that's really sad. Do you think that we will ever ever break it. Do you think we'll ever get to that level that these organizations aren't necessary that people really are completely judged on their performance in their abilities rather than the color of skin. Ever think. We'll ever get there. I believe all ethnic organizations on necessarily right even if it was peachy keen in the police department. I think all ethnic organizations are necessary for networking for for for for gaining knowledge. You Know Oh folks for the conferences. The conference is beautiful but I think as as as the reason you know why organizations organized differently than black organizations right you know. Black Organization was created to fight the racism. White organizations are created to keep power. It's a different. It's a different while these organizations you know and and and the reality is white organization. You know really don't need because you know people say to you. Make what if I make a white police association. See your dot one your local police department. We're outnumbered right. We're we're out usually usually in police departments. You know unless it's like you know like like Jacksonville Mississippi where that it's like a nine percent black police department. You rarely see the police departments like that. You know I mean they're out there there are few but they're very very very very rare. And if you look at the numbers I you know. I live in in New York Westchester County. You Got Westchester County. This is New York right. This is this is this is where people think black folks is doing. Good New York right. Black folks are doing because they're making money. Got Big houses and say these benzes Bucci Louis Vuitton but then when you take a city like yonkers New York which is the third largest the city in in New York state out of three hundred offices they got twelve black caps and when I tell people that they laugh like you like really like they got last time they had more black tops in the eighty. Then they doing twenty nine thousand nine hundred okay. So let's address that because I went out of the right before I retired. I was part of the recruitment team. And I've been talking talking about this and dealing with this I read an article in Chicago. I WANNA say defender Chicago Tribune or defender Windows magazines out there in Chicago where they were talking about the about their inability to to attract black officers. I was there I went to numerous colleges. We went to barbershops. We went to churches we. We can't get black officers come. I was hired nineteen ninety-five doing during the Clinton Crime Bill. They're targeted black officers. We we all came on and now how today fast forward to two thousand seventeen eighteen. Nineteen we can't get black people to want to become police officers so speak about that. I think I I think is is is the lack of accountability of law enforcement within within itself to attract Black People My wife is a detective For my Gurney. We have we have two children in their twenties and early thirties. And they don't WanNa be pleased they don't WanNa be a part of the system right you know because what because of what they see even though you know. They've seen me out there. They see their mother out there doing work in the community. Give it back community being good law enforcement officers right for but their experiences you know. They're not not just what they see but their experiences Hansen's theirselves with other law enforcement officers in other in other jurisdictions and other cities. You know I mean we had to really go go after one Hispanic officer. That was totally disrespectful. Then you know to my daughter to to literally tell her that she wasn't smart enough to attend Attend University of Miami. Are you kidding me. We paying three thousand dollars a month and you have the nerve to tell somebody not that you know when when when they show you this student. Id Card you know and and and then you and then someone that looks like that you would think the understands. This wasn't a white top Spanish Cup right right so so when when our children experience these things some other kids they don't have parents than law enforcement. That could make the offices apologize right that that that know how to get that person that Eh violated them so you know imagine what the average black child you know it is thinking when they see it and they experience so it was very the hard to get those power five people. Now you know to to to take these tests because they have no faith in the system and they don't trust the system so you know and and a lot of times you know they they look at us as enemies to even though you know we're like let's make good life we can make you make some money right. You have a good pension. You have good good benefits you know what for your kids and everything and you're like man screw that I'm not being part of that right right. I don't care how much how much you know. I'm not going to be a part of that so you know that that's what we still try to do that. Then still trying to get people to take the test. Don't don't still try so it's a constant effort but the numbers are getting smaller and smaller smaller. I regret that they are getting smaller and smaller. I had the same conversations with my children. I mean I kind of don't really want them to be cops because of the danger and all that stuff but but you the opportunities to progress into be a positive in your community. I coached for our police activity league. A new number of different sports can so I had interacted obviously with them. I interacted with a lot of other black kids And you know for them to grow up and sit and have that same mindset is really disappointing. My Son's twenty three. His friends are are twenty three and I try to get in the take the last round of police tasks..

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