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"national women political caucus" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

07:21 min | 7 months ago

"national women political caucus" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Listen i everyone. I am and this is vote. Her in a voter in is the collaboration between to prods talking politics now too broad stocking politics live with video and author rebecca save. Who is the author of a couple of books including vote her in your guide to electing our first woman president. We are coming to u. sixteen hours before. The inauguration of joe biden is president and come harris vice-president. I have been like literally dancing around my house all day about this so i am going to turn it over now to rebecca who will introduce our guest rebecca. Mike kelly and yeah. I think we've all been dancing around one of my girlfriends to text earlier. She said. I can't tell you how excited i am. You know. it's a remarkable occasionally really important the cage. Very serious one Before introduced i guess. I just want to acknowledge the fact that at least some of us are able to watch the president elect and the vice president-elect this evening at this candle-lighting memorial to the covert victims and liege men in thinking about everybody as we go forward but in terms of thinking about everybody what we have always focused on forces on the matter of women and women's leadership and women's policy matters and we thought what better time than this evening as they take off tomorrow to take a look at the federal policy and legislative agenda that various organizations are proposing and at the biden harris administration is contemplating and lo and behold. We should have bought lottery tickets or something This afternoon the Biden harris administration announced a new admission. That they will form on on gender issues in gender policy with very high level leadership. Really serious people and our guest is going to get into a whole lot more. Visit wanna tell you that a name. That's probably familiar to many of you. Christie hefner who has been a strong an influential women's vocal advocate since the mid nineteen seventies at the national women's political caucus and is presently among other things a board member of the center for american progress action fund and in that capacity. She really has kept up to speed and contributed of course to the development of caps. Women's issues agenda so we are so glad that christie's here It's a tree always to be with girlfriends and We won't talk about how many years. But that's something. I'd say almost every time and At christie welcome. And if you would Just begin by sharing with us in our listeners. Like you know your sense of the context in which we're thinking about these issues. Well thank you very much. Rebecca kelly for inviting me on such an auspicious moment. So it's an honor to be having this conversation. On the eve of the inauguration i am reminded of the fact that as has been expressed in thinking about a variety of aspects of life from health and medicine to education. This pandemic has really magnified issues. That were there any way and in some cases. Which is why i am optimistic. Is i think. Expediting the movement forward to addressing those issues and in the case of any organization thinking about how to deal with this truly unprecedented global pandemic. the first instinct is just to to respond. You know to try and figure out what to do in the moment and that's usually followed by a sense of full. How do we recover. But the third phase i think is about. How do we build resilience for the future. And i think it's that ladder piece that is going to create the opportunity for an administration with as you noted rebecca in the formation of the commission the inclination and the people power to act on that to actually build the kinds of changes that will not only address the grievous problems at the pandemic has caused in terms of the loss of women in the workplace in terms of the impossibility of the lack of availability of childcare but the structural problems that were there before and that we could use this moment to actually address so visit or on the trucks for certain. There's something in these commissions that sometimes causes me doubt. But i think that as you've been looking at that kind of work as you've done it at cap how have you seen that sort of format take shape where it really does have an impact. What would you be whispering in the ear of kamala harris about it. If you were there doing that will candidly. One of the things that gives me a great hope. Is that Lead public policy economists on the project a decade ago that we did at cap which was called a woman's nation which was the first analysis of the status of women in america since eleanor roosevelt had chaired the commission on the status of women during the kennedy administration and it was very much prompted by the fact that women were now more than fifty percent of the workforce. And so what. What did we need to do to fully empower women's participation in the workforce to create economic growth for the country. What i was referencing as my one of my points of hopefulness is that the woman at calf who i worked very closely with on it was heather. Boucher and heather is the senior economic adviser to the biden harris administration. It's he comes to the administration with a deep understanding of these issues. A deep commitment to them an economist. Keen i for measuring impact. And not thinking of this as anything. That feels good. We should do but we need to put our resources behind the things. That will really improve. The quality of women's lives and families lives and our communities and therefore our nation and all of the background of the work that was done a decade ago whether it was around affordable childcare or around paid leave or a round of the need to address the problems of lack of certainty and scheduling or on minimum wage..

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"national women political caucus" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

08:18 min | 11 months ago

"national women political caucus" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Today's politician was a feminist and civil rights advocate who brought social issues to the forefront of American politics during her six years in Congress her strong character, unique wardrobe, and refusal to bend from her principles paved the way for a new generation of professional winning please welcome Bella. Abzug. Women have to be at every place with decisions of life and death a made about women whether it's around the negotiating peace tables whether it's at the trade tables or union tables or whether it's at the tables in our own kitchens, we have the decisions made. Fellow was born Bella of its ski in the Bronx July Twenty Fourth Nineteen twenty. She was the second child born to Russian Jewish immigrants, esther, and Emmanuel who ran the live and let live meat market on Ninth Avenue. Bella. Gave her first public speech on the subway while collecting. For Zionist Youth Organization. She later said hat early activism inspired her desire to become a lawyer. Bella graduated from Hunter College in Nineteen Forty two and then attended Columbia Law School. A few years later, Bella met Martin Absa on a bus in Miami on the way to a Hoodie mnuchin concert the pair married in nineteen forty four and had two children Bella graduated from Columbia. Law School in Nineteen forty seven and spent the next twenty years practicing law for people she described as being on the outside of power her defendants included individuals targeted by. Senator McCarthy red scare and Willie McGee an African American man convicted of raping a white woman an all white jury and sentenced to death Bella stayed his execution twice but ultimately lost the suit in nineteen sixty one Bella successfully tried her hand political activism. She cofounded women strike for peace a group that protested testing of nuclear arms and later American military involvement in Vietnam. Nine years later at fifty years old Bella ran for the US House of Representatives, her slogan. Now, a familiar catchphrase read this woman's place is in the House the House of Representatives. Her strong character and firm antiwar pro feminist platform garnered national media attention at the end of her campaign. She unseated seven term Democrat incumbent and won the general election with fifty two percent of the vote on January third nineteen seventy-one Belo took the official oath of office and was inducted into the ninety second congress. Afterwards she turned and took a special people's oath administered by New York colleagues. Shirley. Chisholm in front of a crowd of six hundred people shouting to give 'em hell. Bella. This introduction would be the first of many convention breaking actions. Bellawood take during her time in office on her first day in Congress. Bella. INNTRODUCED LEGISLATION TO WITHDRAW US forces from Vietnam I July Fourth of the same year. The move was mostly symbolic but set a precedent for the kinds of causes, Belo Rally for and the level of determination with which she would do so. She. Quickly earned nicknames like battling Bella and mother courage and amassed team outside of the House. One of the most famous descriptions of Bella came from novelist Norman Mailer who said her voice could boil the fat off a taxi cab drivers net the decade of women in which we can reach out and reenergize the existing networks expand that make them stronger mobilized women all over the world, create the kind of planet where there's peace and justice and whether it's health for all people in it. One of Bellas most famous battles was over her signature wide-brimmed hat. She'd begun to wear it as a young professional. She believed it was the only way for men to take her seriously as a lawyer. Members of Congress however seemed to think otherwise. Once Bella caught wind of differing opinions on her hat. She fought for her right to wear it on the House floor and one. When asked why she wage such an embattled war for her hat she replied they didn't want me to wear it. So I did. Bella stood firm on many divisive issues including ending the draft providing national health insurance and passing legislation for gay and Lesbian Rights. She also passed her sunshine laws which required government hearings to be held in public. Fellow fought to make anti sex discrimination, the standard and legislation. She extended minimum wage to domestic workers, sponsored the equal rights amendment an attempted to establish childcare programs and Medicaid funded abortions. Her Goal Fella said was for a woman Schlemiel to get promoted as quickly as a male Schlemiel. She established the National Women's political caucus alongside the likes of Gloria Steinem Betty for Dan and Shirley. Chisholm in her first year in office throughout her time in Congress Bella worked to as she wrote in her later published Journal beat the machine and knock the crap out of the political power structure. She fought against the grain norms of keeping freshman representatives on low level assignments choose one of the first to call for President Nixon's impeachment, and as one story has it accepted an invitation to the White House only to inform him in person that her constituents requested withdrawal from Vietnam. It's also said that Bella managed to get women admitted to the Congressional Swimming Pool, which was all male at the time only because the men dislike the idea of having to our swimsuits is it not time to admit? that the dominant male political leadership style mask, the be changed. By Bellas intensity made her a near unstoppable force. It also made her a controversial figure in the house. Ralph Nader wants estimated her support of bill could cost it as many as a votes. fellas nineteen seventy, two election further complicated her public image she to run against William Fitts Ryan a well liked Liberal Democrat battling cancer. Ryan one but died before the general election. Bella. The New Democratic nominee then defeated Ryan's widow Priscilla who ran on a third party ticket. The ultimately victorious the bitter battle made her into an even more polarizing figure in nineteen seventy six Bella gave up her seat to run for Senate and lost the race. Though she entered many other close elections including one for mayor of New York. City. She didn't win. In her post, political career, Bella continued to fervently support feminist endeavors. She attended women's conferences around the world and was appointed to Co Chair at the National Advisory Committee on women by President, Jimmy Carter after criticizing its economic policy however, she was replaced. In the nineteen nineties Bella is pushed the women's USA Fund and the Women's environmental and Development Organization. To nonprofit Casey groups that worked to create influence for women's issues in the UN she worked for these groups until the end of her life delivering her final speech to the UN just weeks before her death she died in New York City on March Thirty First Nineteen Ninety eight at the age of seventy seven after years long battles, breast cancer and heart disease. FELLAS shook up the political world. Her unapologetic nature inspired a new generation of women to enter the political sphere. As new. York. Representative and the first woman to be nominated for vice president on a major party ticket Geraldine Ferraro said at Fellas Memorial in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight. If there had never been a Bella Abzug. There would never have been a Gerry. Ferraro. All month we're talking about politicians for more on why we're doing what we're doing. Check out our newsletter manteca weekly follow us on facebook and Instagram at encyclopedia will. MANTECA and follow me directly on twitter at Jenny. Kaplan? Special. Thanks to my favorite sister and co-creator Lizzy Caplan talk to you. Tomorrow..

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"national women political caucus" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:37 min | 11 months ago

"national women political caucus" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Relegated to writing lifestyle or fashion pieces at first glorious career was no different. She frequently tried to suggest political ideas but editor shut her down time and time again then in nineteen, sixty, three, Gloria gained national attention. When show magazine hired her to go undercover at a playboy club to report on the working conditions there Well, they were taking anything. Disaster is job and ISO, and I wrote an expose of of being about about the working conditions and and what started out as a joke actually became. Something that was not so funny even though this was before I was. involving. At the time waitressing at playboy clubs was advertised as glamorous exciting career opportunity for young women. But glorious expose I was a playboy bunny revealed the sexist underpaid overworked nature of the job. Though this legendary article Made Gloria, a household name, she initially struggled to be taken seriously as a reporter after it's release. Despite the challenge glorious strive to build her career and nineteen, sixty eight, she helped found New York magazine. As an editor and political writer at New York magazine Gloria covered campaigns, and social issues like the Women's Liberation Movement. But her involvement in the movement quickly went beyond that of passive reporter in Nineteen, sixty nine she spoke publicly at an event advocating the legalization of abortion in New York. Florida became a sought after Speaker Women's liberation protests and events. She became a spokesperson for the movement and a tireless advocate for women's rights. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy feminist activists staged an eleven hour sit in on the magazine ladies home. Journal one hundred women marched into the office and protested the majority male staffs sexist writing and refusal to cover women's rights issues after this landmark event Gloria knew there was a place for a women's Movement magazine she teamed up with fellow journalists. Patricia Carbine, and Letty. Cotton POGREBIN TO CREATE MS magazine in Nineteen Seventy One news was initially an insert into New York magazine but by nineteen seventy, two, it became an entity of its own. Lori would be a writer and editor for the magazine for fifteen years. Gloria toward the country as a speaker led protests and teamed up fellow feminists like Shirley, Chisholm, and Betty for Dan to create the National Women's Political Caucus. The NWPP raises money provides training and gathers volunteers for women, candidates, state, and local levels. Gloria also helped found organizations including the women's Action Alliance the Women's Media Centre voters for choice, and the News Foundation for women. She also helped create take our daughters to. Work Day in the nineties, which was an effort to show variety of career opportunities to young girls. Gloria has written several books including the best selling memoir my life on the road, the book details, Glorious Childhood, and Development as an activist alongside the burgeoning women's liberation. Movement Gloria has received many honors and accolades for her activism in two thousand thirteen President Obama granted Gloria the Presidential Medal of freedom speaking of game changers. As a writer, the speaker, an activist she awakened a vast and often skeptical public to problems like domestic violence. A lack of affordable childcare unfair hiring practices. Because of her work across America around the world more women are afforded the respect and opportunities that they deserve. But she also changed how women thought about themselves in two thousand seventeen rutgers university created the Gloria Steinem endowed chair in media culture and Feminist Studies Gloria Steinem is a prominent and passionate activist for women everywhere who's helped to expand the opportunities available for women and girls across the country. This episode concludes our month all about activists. But Join US tomorrow October first for the beginning of a brand new. Holiday. For more on why we're doing what we're doing check out our newsletter Manica weekly follow us on facebook and Instagram at Encyclopedia. Will Manteca. Follow me directly on twitter at Jenny M Kaplan. Special. Thanks to my favorite sister and co-creator was Catholic. Talk to you tomorrow. I WanNa tell you about another podcast. I. Think. You'll love we hear about Trans People in the news all the time, but we almost never hear trans people telling their own stories. 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"national women political caucus" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"national women political caucus" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Room in about four o'clock, I think it was the next day and I got a call from Fred Sanford said. I would like you to be on the ticket are life You'll be my right and I said on terribly honored, And of course, I said yes. And then after I hung up, I kind of was in a state of shock. I want my stay of people from my congressional staff was outside the office. I open the door and I said, Guess what we're making History is fascinating. That from 1996 and Debbie Walsh, you have one of those for our posters behind you because you hear her story. What stands out? Will I remember that whole period? And it wass this very interesting kind of transparent process in a funny way. I mean, we were watching on television in the evening news different, powerful high level political women going up to Minnesota to meet with Walter Mondale. And it was this kind of really public sort of interview process and there was tremendous pressure. I think on Walter Mondale from the women's political organisations, particularly the National Organization for Women in the National Women's Political Caucus of the time who are saying, this is your chance? You know this is allies on that women's vote that we had just really not seen before. May see if that gender gap can really work in your favor, and it was history making on that moment when she stepped up At the convention in San Francisco I There was that moment all of the delegates on the floor were women. The male delegates had given up their seats for the with women who were alternate so that all of the delegates on the floor that night were women. It was very exciting and thrilling moment and truly history, making What's changed since 1984 0 a lot has changed since 1984. You know, I used to be able to in 1984. I could tell you the names of all the women who are serving in Congress than I could do that pretty quickly. Ah, Now I can't there. There are a lot of them, but I was going to say to many, but there are not too many because women still make up only 23. 24% of the Members of Congress We have in the last couple of election cycles really since 2016. I think seeing an acceleration of women's political leadership first, of course, with the nomination of Hillary Clinton is the first woman nominated by a major party for president and then in 2018 in reaction in many ways to the election of 2016. We saw record numbers of women running for office but also running differently way saw. Far We've been seeing record numbers of women of color running for office. Younger women, women with Children, young Children at home and they've been running very authentically with their true everything about them sort of out there, making them far more accessible to voters are questioning 2018 was after the election, and we saw the 36 New women elected to Congress, the largest incoming house membership that we've ever seen way started to think. Well, this just be a one time deal. Or will this be the new normal and even now, in 2020 again seen record numbers of women running for the House record numbers of women nominated record numbers of women of color on DH Now? Of course, this historic moment of Kamala Harris, who will be officially than I Many of the Democratic Party for vice president this week. We'll go through some of those numbers in the House and Senate in just a moment, but some other numbers our phone lines. They're open. 2027 for 8000 are line for Republicans in 2027 for 8000. If you're a Democrat, and for Independence to 02748 8002 when you mentioned the House and the Senate, you've been putting together the statistics. So let's look at them right now, with 101 women holding seats in the House of Representatives, comprising about 23% Scent. Of the 435 members of the House representing 34 states. There are 88 Democrats and 13 Republicans. 583 file to run for the U. S House. That's up from 476. Back in 2018. As you mentioned a moment ago in the Senate, 57 women have served in the U. S. Senate 26 right now 17 or Democrats Naina Republicans for women of color and 60 have filed to run for the U. S Senate this year. That's up from 53 back in 2018. Those numbers tell you Well, it tells me that we're seeing great progress is in these election cycles, these most recent cycles, but that we're still not where we need to be, and we're also seeing a tremendous partisan. This very Republican women. Asai was saying there were 36 women newly elected women to the House. 35 of them were Democrats on Ly one new Republican woman elected in 2018. Backed Republican women lost their net loss of 10 in the House in the last cycle. This year. We're seeing record numbers of Republican women running, which we did not see in 2018. It was all driven really in 2018 by Democrats, but many of those Republican women who are running this timer running into very tough races and that partisan disparity Will prevent there from ever being really gender parity in Congress. Oren State legislators were slight state legislatures. We're seeing the same kind of numbers across the states. Much more work needs to be done on the Republican side to bring more Republican women into elective office. Let's get here from calls D is joining US. Charlotte, North Carolina Democrats line Good morning. Good morning. I'm just going to mention the league of women voters and throw the legal when voters, uh, played throughout the history of women's suffrage in this country. Rose rose Women voters in being the first to think of the presidential debate and the room of the women voters around the country in advocating for Ah government involvement. All citizens, and I wanted to mention that to you guys and have someone comment about throw over their league of women voters here. Thank you. Yeah, the legal woman voters has played a really important role in terms of the really grew up. Out of the suffrage movement on then taking and making sure that women then became full participants as voters. You know, we know that it's not that it was an overnight switch where women didn't have the right to vote, and suddenly they were voting the way they are now. Women out Vote men, now about about 10 million more women. Voted in the 2016 presidential election, then get men. So it has been a slow evolutionary process and the legal women voters has definitely been a part of that 27 for 8001 for Republicans in 2027 for 8004 Democrats Debbie Walsh is joining is she's from Rutgers University, and I want to get your reaction to what the president again was asked about yesterday. He's spending the weekend in bed, Mr New Jersey and NBC's Kelly O'Donnell with The issue of whether or not Senator Sanders, Senator Harris is qualified to serve as vice president. Let's watch.

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"national women political caucus" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:05 min | 3 years ago

"national women political caucus" Discussed on KGO 810

"With her grandma hanging with us. Thank you. Thanks for having me. They brought cannolis from Arthur avenue in the Bronx. Just so, you know, I'm in New York this week because because the family stuff going on. But I am heading back to San Francisco next week actually Tuesday morning. But hey, the good news is if you come to New York, you have to go to the Bronx and go to Arthur's avenue and stop by hunts point to are in w provisions and get the best breakfast sausages ever. Breakfast sausages, everything everything pork. All right. We have a guest I want to get to this. My guess now is Donna lent. She is the president of the national women's political caucus. I wanna get the lowdown on what's happening for the mid-term elections. Wh who's what who where we need to support? Thank you for being with me. Donna. Thanks for having me. And thank you for waiting while. We were eating cannolis. But. All right. So let's get the lowdown. What's going on? Where are the women candidates running the important races the key races? I'm looking at North Dakota. Arizona and Missouri. You tell me what you got. Well, I have to take a women are running everywhere everywhere, and you mentioned, Missouri. David in Missouri. The great race. She's meeting in that race, right? What does she want? For people who don't know. Magori house. Yeah. But what about Claire mccaskill how she doing? Mccaskill is really an issue. I mean, she's she's in a tough way. But she is a stalwart for us. You know, she's been there. A long time doing great work. But they're really, you know, giving her fight this time. And now that it's ever easy for Claire. But she always has managed to get through. But this is a tough race for her. All right. So do you think she's gonna pull through? I'm i'm. Keeping private thoughts on that. Everybody is working very hard for her. Well, I sent somebody. We have quite a large chapter captain McGrory with. Captors and they are working hard for our Arizona. We have two women running for Jeff flakes Senate seat forgetting, I called the one the military one. The other the bisexual that's disrespectful forgetting their names. One is Kristen. Kristen oh cinema with the with an ass. And the other one is. The other is Sally. All right. Let's just say the woman whose name will not be spoken because she's not a democrat so Kerstin cinema. I heard that she was leading it went back a bit. Where are we with that race? Well, you know that race again, very very tight rate rate, and you know, the module number has it had some really yet. A dead heat. We're hopeful there as well. As a matter of fact, we just sent a check off to her this week and. We're hoping that she pulls a throat. Check. I'm sorry. I'm speaking with Donald length of the president of the national women's political caucus. My question to you is how much money did you send to her? Because isn't there a cap unless you're Trump's friend, then you can send as much as you want. No, no. You know, we we we send out donations. We have only to our endorse candidates. We were able to send her check breath thousand dollars this past week. Yeah. You're right. Mutation and candidates. We've been bought nearly one hundred candidate cycle. I gotta get to one more for Senate because this is where my head is at North Dakota, Heidi Heitkamp. She made a big mistake last week. A big mistake and. I don't know if I see it that way. I'm not talking about the cavenaugh. Go ahead. Sorry. Go ahead. I wasn't talking about cavenaugh fishy voted against cabin. What do you think? A big mistake went around tell you. What what she did you? Remember, she put there was an ad about women who were the victims of domestic violence, and they put some kind of newsletter or flyer or some kind of some kind of promotion and some of the women in there were not at all. Part, you know, assaulted or domestic violence, and it was a mistake by whoever did her marketing or PR, she immediately came out and said she was sorry. But all that was was a steak. But I think that that women. That's not gonna change that. She she's another one she's in she's in a buried a very conservative area. And although you know, she's. Conservatives f- advantages that then we usually see. You know? Caucus because focuses on. Feminist women. It makes it tough. She she's she's also when I'm just hopeful hoping that she's going to pull this through. All right. Right. We do need we need the win. The flower needs the rain, but let's see what happens. I hope. It's not going to be a trout how long okay. So we're talking about three women running for Senate. I. Does it look like the Democrats have a chance in hell to take the Senate? You know? Wave back. Go back seven eight weeks ago. You know, I really wish I was thinking that they would not. Not feeling is. But if people can people still donate like morning landed from her a paltry savings to these candidates. So what's happening? What let me you absolutely can. And especially this time people they're making decisions on bass minute at by that last piece of mail. You know, if you wanted to people can can go to our website and make a donation to our parody pack as many in I'm writing checks and sending it right out. So it's never too late. These candidates they counting on money coming in and w p c dot org is the website N WBZ dot org before I let you go. I do have to ask you, Donna, the how do you think that congress? Do you think the Democrats will take over the house? I do I did. I'm from New York. I know you mentioned Jerry New York, I live in New York. Washington DC, and I'm. A registered member the independence party. But I do believe that even though I've always worked for Democrats. Now, I'm an elected myself, but I work at a local level so very different than at the national level. You know here at the local level you need to work with everybody. And you're quite frankly, they should you know. You know, they need to work together at the federal level. So it just isn't happening hasn't been happening there for a while with with the situation that we're dealing with here. But I do think that they're gonna take back the house, and there are many races that show that you come is coming in first time candidates. Lots of women lots of women are running. And I think you're gonna see tremendous wins. November. Donna, thank you for joining us. Donna is the president of the national women's political caucus you want to donate help candidate N W P C's dot org. N WBZ dot org. Thank you for being with us on. All right. So. These women aren't doing good with the Senate races. It's scaring me. Okay. So I want to get motivated here. I wanna feel more optimistic. I I wasn't left. I would much with an optimistic feeling in terms of, you know, congress, you know, I mean the congressional people who are running. I think the Democrats are gonna win the Senate. It's not making me feel very positive. So I feel like if I could have song that was just a perfect me. Casey. Do you know the song? I liked it. Really Casey's is going to pull it out of a hat here. Casey. You know, I sort of got I just texted. I'm not joking. It's the song. I texted you do now. Oh, okay. We'll tell you ask her because I want to surprise best crystal there. Hi, crystal. She's on the phones. All right. Casey. Can do you got, you know, sometimes I want we're machine here. All right, Casey. I'm going to tell you. This figured out Casey. Figured out. What are you have my back? All right. So in seventy one women number just three hundred sixty three or four point seven percent of state legislators today there are nearly over seventeen hundred or twenty three and a half percent. That's good. Nine hundred seventy one their only seven women mayors of cities. One percent of the total. And there are seventy six women. Mayors are six this. There are only fifteen women members of congress in nineteen seventy one there now eighty nine over sixteen and a half percent KC anybody getting my message.

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"national women political caucus" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:38 min | 3 years ago

"national women political caucus" Discussed on KGO 810

"Rough. I said, please don't be too nice. Like when you guys put somebody in the car and you're protecting their head. You know, the what you put their hand. Like don't hit their head. And they've just killed somebody. Don't it. I said you can take the hand away. Okay. We're not allowed to punch back anymore. Like the punch him in the face. I'll tell you. That's nice. Okay. So that's the guy calling the Democrats a mob. Nice, right. Okay. I made that up. Do you wanna go to I put that montage together? I can't do that. People Orangemen, right? So let's go to Robert online one and San Leandro, high Robert, hi, Robert. How you doing? Not so great. But hopefully, I can get across to you. You made the point a couple of times, and you kind of get over it. But you know, it's not about Donald Trump anymore. Everybody knows who he is. And what he does. And what is about? It's about us. You know, it's about those people that are Jared and clapping and saying, it's okay. That's where the danger is. He's already said, he's an idiot. He's already told you the bum. He's gonna do the wrong things. He told you the racist. It's about us. You know, people who voted for him support him. I mean, that's the problem. Now, he's just doing his thing. Robert, you're right. And that's what's so sickening. Because it feels cultish to me to see people. They're getting on board with him and cheering the negative things. He says the mean things he says I'm hoping because it is about us that the midterm elections, which are upon us will shift this. I really hope so Robert thank you for calling the number here is four one five eight zero eight oh, eight one. Oh. You got to figure that out. I did it right? Wait, wait ten no four four one five eight eight. What else? Natalie did a good job in very proud of a very good job Natalie. Thank you. Now. I want to ask Leeson questions chance. Good. Someone does research around here. Got to be out of your mind have four thousand. You're talking about yourself that was sarcasm mirror on the wall sarcasm. All right. We'll work on your delivery. I just learned how to say kashogi pretty I listen God, God rest his soul. And I hope you I don't wanna make jokes about. I know. We're not. No, no. We're not. No. But it sounded like I just did. And I didn't think so I think you're in the clear you so Natalie you're on a lower Mike are going to speak up a bit. But you are studying I am studying journalism, and I am a communication and culture minor, which I don't really know if that matters. But I just throws it in there to make it a little bit more fancy fancy schmancy. Like, I'm doing some work invited Natalie. An and I would like to tell the short story of how I found her may I you may. Okay. So you get my father. He is a retired New York City sanitation worker, and he used to go down to the meat the meat district. You know, the meat packing district and go get, you know, his his like to bring home the meat there. You know? And he liked to see the butchered like to get the meat. And so, you know, he's not been well, he's he's recovering. He's doing great. So the whole meatpacking district is now Stella McCartney t shirts for five hundred dollars on total hipster vacation. I had to say is that a strong word. That's a good word hate to cut you off. Together here. This is your story. It's our story. And so my father the whole meatpacking district gone. It's moved to the South Bronx. That's where my dad's from in a place called hunts point, which is like all this industrial big trucks backing up into the docks and with the white flaps into the freezer. That's what I went to to get him sausages. Last week. And when I got there, and I want to get on the phone Fran. I met this lovely woman named Fran Mickley Ori. Hi fran. Get I get on the mic this. Oh, it's all coming together, my friend. Hi fran. I and you your family owns a store for many many generations. What's it called is called R N W provisions, and we sell sausages and all types of pork products, and Maureen Cain and ingratiated the whole place. She was bubbly and everybody loved thank you. Wow. The right word walked on. So I want you to talk into the mic little closer. If you can. So the thing is I went there. And it's such an you know, what you do is. So different people it it's people don't know unless they see it right there. And I showed a picture to your son who's running the joint at lovely, very handsome other. Oh, you're Natalie's. Dad ran daughter's dad, my son who runs the whole place. Very well respected. And and sometimes, you know, we talk together, and we can't believe the stories that everybody. Compliment him. But he's also from my husband who has the same who had the same. Learned a lot from him then work with us in the summer. So here she can you tell me about your granddaughter. And as you, and I were gabbing over slabs of meat, and pork sausages and bossy, and I said, pigs snuck in the back. I know I said to my father why not just pick up a pig. He's gonna get me. The knock worst get me, the sausage. I want the Bank in the morning breakfast sausages. I don't get the Irish ones for your mother. I don't so I bring all this new his day. But you were telling me about your lovely granddaughter, and I invited her and she's wonderful. And I'm glad that you introduced me to her, but I should grilled cheese. She's she has the personality of my son in the heart of my son loves everybody and more important. Everybody loves her. So what I brought a picture to my dad, and you're sending me I wanna know your father worked across the street. He didn't say it was a pain in the ass. Blue kind of alluded a nice way high maintenance he says that about everybody. But I want to beef. Gimme gimme a better price. I'll be back and he wanted. So anyway, you made this day, and I hope that your daughter can enjoy us. Your father is very meticulous about what he wants what he expects go. Screw yourself for tomorrow. All right. So just to have what I want to talk about joining us will be the national president of the women's political caucus. This is not the end your for China's segment Richie later. I can't wait. But I want to get an update of the important races. Because midterms are just coming right around the corner. And I want to know what's happening who we can support. You know, I like the cows. I like not no, I didn't know that. Yeah. Heidi Heitkamp in North Dakota or to pull ahead. I wonder how Claire mccaskill is doing Missouri. I don't want to know what's going on in Arizona with the bisexual one who's the democrat and the one who is in the military who's the Republican, right? He doesn't like Trump. The guy. Oh, the bisexual. No. There's a guy you like I love the guy running for congress in West Virginia. Oh, yeah. Flip from Republican to democrat. So anyway, stay with us. It's going to be very interesting chat. And then later we're going to tell you what Amy Schumer who what she's saying about the Super Bowl. Very interesting goes. And once you're in the paper. From the comedies. How is there is a real? That's resentment. Okay. We'll find out your feelings about it. But we all came up even though the story just yet. So. I should reserve my judgment. That won't be the first time. Someone did. Quick. Let's take a quick call from neck. And then we gotta go. Nick in San Francisco. All right, neck, well, sorry, we didn't get thanks, Nick. All right. Stay with us. Just ahead. Donna lent. The president of the national women's political caucus. I'm wearing Lanka with Richie. Bam. Bam burn and Natalie McGrory and her grandma Fran. This. Body. Ooh. Jed. Bodice? Oh. Alexa, play hits from Queen. Okay. With Amazon music. A voice is all you need get tens of millions of songs. 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"national women political caucus" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:20 min | 3 years ago

"national women political caucus" Discussed on KOMO

"To run a lot warmer than that will heat up. Into the low to the mid nineties again for most of downtown Seattle Bellevue and Bremerton on Wednesday and Thursday I could even see some foothill locations and those of you. From Olympia south toward the. Oregon state line getting close to one hundred degrees upper nineties out. There so we'll need this heat wave break. At some point that takes place on Friday look for increasing clouds a strong westerly marine push bringing in that cooler air from the ocean, and a chance, for some rain back Friday night and Saturday morning we'll be, welcoming that for sure in the KOMO weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon, O'Donnell, and we're rocking, the mercury at. Seatac where it's now, ninety one, degrees. At six oh six tonight is. A. Big test for Democrats who hoped to take control of the house and expand majorities in Olympia but what can the primaries tell us about the general, election komo's Jeff Pohjola spoke with democratic strategist, Kathy Allen how closely are you looking at turn out in this primary because that is the big game, we're hearing from Democrats nationwide with the mid-term general election in November It is. A matter of everyone's concerned turnout. Turnout turnout there are things. That obviously I'm also, the national vice president of the national women's political caucus and right now it's a. Record breaking year for women nationwide that are running for congress as well as running for governor and what we are seeing, a huge turnout in many of these states of women of color to be what we see our historic increases. Of the number of women voting in addition we already have a hundred twenty six percent increase. Over the number of women running for the house and Senate nationally And so from that perspective yes I'm expecting November. Good, news all over the place at our own state may be contributing to just that. One of, the more interesting races on the ballot is over on the east side Rodney Tom one of the Democrats that sided with Republicans to form the majority coalition caucus wants his old. Seat back do you think voters are going to give it to him I'm not sure. That they actually remember all the intrigue that, all of. Us do in the circles of politics I would say that he has a reputation of being. A hard worker, wet when he's working on either side however Patty cooter is kind of gone into office with kind of the everyone special sweetheart I mean I have to say it liberal of Democrats have told me that now this has become an issue that protecting her seat only because the. Patty has, been incredibly a hard worker one of the best freshman probably in the Senator class this year that she's also been Raising good, money, an upbeat person Rodney on the other hand does not necessarily get a lot of kudos when it comes to be able to work collaboratively 'cause now not either side is all about his. Base and we've talked so much about the open seat in the eighth congressional district but another one the Democrats are. Trying to knock off is the fifth over in Spokane Cathy? McMorris Rogers do the Democrats really have a chance of winning again in eastern Washington I gotta say that there's. An awful lot of energy going in there among other things because Cathy McMorris Rogers is damned if she does. And, damned if she doesn't it no matter what happens she's either to Trump or not. Enough Trump, and then the other half is that she w there's never been a person I have met in terms of all my years of working with women that is as energetic campaigner. As Lisa Brown I mean she really has just got notes from France from both wall Walla as well as in, Spokane asking me. To drive over there to, go to fundraisers they're having because they just love her and so she is going into a. Lot of, formerly thought of as safe vestiges for Republicans, and she's just messing things up because she is just going in there and. Say you deserve better you deserve more so in any event I do expect at that, is going to, be our big race of the general that's democratic strategist Kathy Allen talking. With komo's Jeff Pohjola KOMO news time six ten time there talk sports the huskies just wrapped up practice for the evening. Come was Bill Swartz joins, us live on the KOMO Newsline for montlake. I Bill at least it's hard to believe, twenty five days from now Washington will kick off the two thousand eighteen college season for everybody on KOMO against the Auburn Tigers down in the Mercedes Benz dome in Atlanta so their fall practice. This afternoon, it was very feisty very lively we talked to the two Dynamic running back. Savan augment from Kirkland and the day. Highschool product miles Gaskin they are itching to have a huge year so the dogs will share, some of their comments coming up at six forty on KOMO I wish the news, was better for. The Seattle Mariners. For trying to stay, in the thick with pennant race there in Texas tonight it started out well enough. With two solo. Home runs from Kyle Seager Nelson, Cruz in the second, inning, but Felix Hernandez, on the. Mound is not the king of old is getting. Roughed up in. The Mariners now trail at four three in the fourth. Inning against last-place Texas let's hope they can get their act together tonight. Reporting live and montlake of the university of Washington necsports update in thirty minutes I'm Bill Schwartz on the home of the huskies KOMO news Frank. Lumber.

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"national women political caucus" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:12 min | 3 years ago

"national women political caucus" Discussed on KOMO

"Again around the Pacific northwest temperatures in the sound coming up to either side of ninety Tuesday afternoon so even a little bit warmer than it was yesterday he peaking on Wednesday and Thursday with low maybe even submit. Ninety showing up across the map of Puget Sound and. Then as we head toward the weekend finally a cool change increasing clouds on Friday chance for. Some light summer rain on Saturday in the KOMO weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell then right now we've got ninety degrees at seatac airport at. Four oh six tonight is a big night for Democrats they hope to take control of the house and expand their majorities, in, Limpia, but what, can the primaries Tell us about the general election komo's Jeff Pohjola spoke. With democratic strategist, Kathy, Allen how closely are. You looking at turnout in this, primary because, that is the big game we're. Hearing from, Democrats nationwide with the mid-term general election in November it is a matter of everyone's concerned turnout turnout turnout there are things that. Obviously I'm also the national vice president of the national, women's political caucus and right now it's a, record breaking year for women nationwide that are running for congress as. Well as running for governor and what we, are, seeing it a huge turnout in many of these states of women of color what we see our historic increases. Of the number, of. Women voting in addition we already have a hundred twenty six percent. Increase over the number of women running for the. House and Senate nationally and so from that perspective yes I'm expecting November good, news all over the place At our own. State baby contributing to just that one of, the more. Interesting races on the ballot, is over on the east side Rodney Tom what are the Democrats. That sided with Republicans to form the majority coalition caucus wants his old seat back do you think voters who are going to give it to him I'm not sure that they actually remember all the intrigue that all of. Us do in the inner circles of politics I would say that. He has, a reputation of being a hard worker wet when he's working on either side however Patty cooter is kind of gone. Into office with kind of, the, everyone special sweetheart I mean I have to say A number of Democrats have told me that that now this. Has become an issue that protecting her seat only because the Patty has been incredibly a hard worker one of the best. Freshman probably in the, Senator class this year, Fatima that she's also. Been raising good money an upbeat person Rodney on the other hand does not necessarily get a lot of kudos when it comes to being able to work collaboratively because now not either side is. All that, about his base and we've talked so much about the open seat in the eighth congressional district but another? One the Democrats are trying to knock off is the fifth over? In Spokane Cathy McMorris Rogers do the Democrats really have a chance of winning again in eastern Washington I gotta say. That there's an awful lot of energy going in there among other things because Cathy McMorris Rogers is damned if. She, does damned if she doesn't it no matter what happens she's either to Trump or. Not enough, Trump and then the The other half is that she. W there's never been a person I have. Met in terms of all my years of working with women that is as energetic campaigner as Lisa Brown I mean she really has I just got a notes. From friends from both Walla Walla as well at in Spokane asking, me to drive over there to go to, fundraisers they're having. Because they just love her and so she is going into a lot of formerly thought of as safe vestiges for Republicans and she's just messing things up because she is just going, in there and say you deserve better you deserve more so in any event. I do expect that that is going to be our big race of the general that's, democratic strategist Kathy, Allen talking with komo's Jeff Pohjola a sick orca and her pod haven't. Been seen for days and scientists wait anxiously to find her so they can decide if they can help her come was. Ryan Harris says the, biologists have to take things one careful step. At a time it's been a rough month, for the Jay Pod. With Jay fifty last seen still carrying her dead calf and j thirty five's dramatic weight loss the cause of which is still unknown Noah's Terry role says they hope an injection of. A long, acting antibiotic will. Give her enough time to get some much needed food and for veterinarians to treat infections, if that's the cause of her problems but first they. Have to find the j. pod identify. Whether she's still there and see if we have an opportunity to assess her condition further and, a sister role says that assessment should determine if the antibiotics are appropriate to by, j thirty five. Enough time to. Eat and then further, treat her infections all without stressing out the entire j. pod Ryan Harris KOMO news KOMO news time. Four ten sports at ten and forty past the hour, the Sonics are gone but NBA basketball still popular here, Combo's Bill Swartz with more yes there are still a ton of NBA basketball fans in Seattle. And proof is the more than twelve thousand. Tickets sold in less than one. Hour this morning for the October fifth exhibition Gema keyarena between the kings and. World champion warriors that's the final event. Before the key gets, a complete remodel for NHL hockey the Mariners Rangers continue their hardball series this afternoon in Arlington Texas veteran right hander is on the hill Felix Hernandez and Bartolo Cologne the m.'s took. The opener for three and twelve innings they are two games behind the athletics for the second AL wildcard Oakland tonight host the dodgers in komo's. Cheney stadium Robinson canot went one for four this morning as the Rainiers d. h. he might see some action in Everett for the aqua SOX later this week before joining up with the Mariners next Tuesday the eight-time, all-star canot, serving at an, eighty, game suspension for using a major league Dan substance. Seahawks closed down practice, to the twelve rest of this week Thursday night at CenturyLink? They. Host the colts in preseason football game one sports updates at ten and forty after the hour Bill Swartz on the home of the huskies KOMO news traffic is next there's. Nothing better KOMO.

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"national women political caucus" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"national women political caucus" Discussed on Minority Korner

"Beth just so bad asked and you're not even done and you're not during her tenure in congress so she was in congress for very long time in we'll take a little subset but she basically was in congress until nineteen eightythree with with state was she a representative for new york yeah that's amazing okay so while she was there in congress she opposed the fucking vietnam war she what else she she opposed weapon development she was in full support of employment proposals she serving she also founded the national women's political caucus with betty for dan gloria steinem and this other woman bella abzug she supported the equal rights amendment she co founded the congressional black caucus and was a part of the process of legalizing abortion i kinda can't handle like how we don't know about this amazing how there's not like a movie almost every week about shirley says there needs to be a movie about her because she was affecting that ass she was also she also authored the bill to help gain access to minimum pay for domestic workers how an listen to this fly combat akshay during her time in congress which i have to remind jews from nineteen sixty nine to nineteen eighty three she only hired women in half of her staff were black fucking love that that's amazing that you're rattling all right at least huge accomplishments and they just think about how many congress people like paul ryan hasn't done shit you know destroy things like she's actually done so much amazing like these now want an office you know she's not taking bribes from lobbyists and all this in enrolling thing's amazing and she said that during her time in congress she felt she got a lot of sexism and racism but sexism was like more than racism and she's been quoted as saying men or men wow you know what i love about that she's like i got time i got to i gotta get shit done eggs you being all sexist whatever i got a job to do exactly and one of the things that the things that she wanted to get done was run for mother that can president.

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"national women political caucus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"national women political caucus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The city renamed a street in greenwich village today to honor a fierce champion of women's rights and progressive causes as wnyc's bridget birkin reports the corner at bank street and greenwich avenue will now be known as bella abzug way congresswoman bella abzug was never a asleep to convention not in the hat she famously wore the position she took or the titles she wanted to be called he's prefer being called miss i said i don't care what you call you congressman mrs some people call me bella that's absurd in nineteen seventy two one year into her three terms in congress representing greenwich village in parts of manhattan she lived on bank street near greenwich for four decades that's where the street sign is going up bell was the daughter of russian jewish immigrants she went to one hundred college and columbia law school when other schools refuse to admit women she was a lawyer and an activist who believed power structures needed to be transformed suppose it instead of just the eleven of us women in the house there were more than two hundred instead of just one on the senate there were fifty and suppose it instead of only twelve blacks there were five times as many that's at the first meeting of the national women's political caucus in july nineteen seventyone we have got the put our organizing ability and energy to work to thrust women into political power plus sherman the necessary sound familiar her daughter liz abzug who runs a leadership institute for young women says she still lives by those words i live by them personally think that that statement is the most relevant today as it was back then council speaker cory johnson whose district includes herblock says he surprised to street wasn't named after bella already she fought against poverty and racism she introduced the first gay rights still in congress her first office when she was a member of congress with above the duplex which is a famous gay icon export and now the city is giving her a spot to commemorate her own iconic legacy i submit that what is good for women will turn.

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"national women political caucus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"national women political caucus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The city is renaming a street in greenwich village to honor a fierce champion of women's rights and progressive causes as wnyc's bridge bergen reports the corner bank and greenwich streets will now be known as bella abzug way congresswoman bella abzug was never a slave to convention not in the hat she famously wore the position she took or the titles she wanted to be called he says do you prefer being called ms i said i don't care what you call you can call me congressman mrs some people call me bella abzug in nineteen seventy two one year into her three terms in congress representing greenwich village in parts of manhattan she lived on bank street near greenwich for four decades that's where the street sign is going up bell was the daughter of russian jewish immigrants she went to one hundred college and columbia law school when other schools refused to admit women she was a lawyer and an activist who believed power structures needed to be transformed suppose that instead of just the eleven of us women in the house that were more than two hundred instead of just one in the senate there were fifty and suppose that instead of only twelve blacks there were five times as many that's at the first meeting of the national women's political caucus in july nineteen seventyone we have got the put our organizing ability and energy to work to thrust women into political power plus sherman they're necessary sound familiar her daughter liz abzug who runs a leadership institute for young women says she still lives by those words i live by them personally i think that that statement is the most relevant today as it was back then council speaker cory johnson whose district includes herblock says he's surprised to street wasn't named after bella already she fought against poverty and racism she introduced the first gay rights bill in congress her first office when she was a member of congress was above the duplex which is a famous gay iconic spot and now the city is giving her a spot to commemorate her own icon legacy i submit that what is good for women will turn out the big good for the country bella abzug died twenty years ago this week richard burgin wnyc news.

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"national women political caucus" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"national women political caucus" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Marvel comics superhero as debuted at number one this number one is for rag narok hurting about one hundred twenty one million dollars i'm rich johnson i'm nick listening to chicago's only independent talk station twenty am wctt willis brings him ninety two point five wctt dekalb chicago's of talk i the media before i make essay i like to know the facts elven dollars the donald trump and tell me one thing about the total all jacked it out without looking it up and he never looked back four mattered at eu cpt 820 where facts now this is it wctt civil rights now in 1912 board the height was born in richmond virginia when she was 4 of family moved was small town or pittsburgh pennsylvania sheikh silt academically entice the leszek per hour sliver to new york university and postgraduate worked at columbia university and new york school of social were among her best achievements dr high was immensely proud of her work in a leadership role and the young woman's christian association she brought racial justice to light in the ywca and let the chores to integrate facilities nationwide ms height is credited as the first person to treat the movement of equality for african americans of women as a singular whole title the founding member of the national women's political caucus with the high passed on april 20th 2010 violence review at the washington national cathedral included a eulogy by president barack obama you can learn more about this he wrote the fight for justice that any as of you foundation doug award and police stay vigilant about our civil was the fight is never over this is a court ordered notice current and former honda and nissan owners or less sees can receive payments in other benefits from a legal settlement related to allegedly defective takata airbags.

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"national women political caucus" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"national women political caucus" Discussed on KOMO

"The enemy in afghanistan where he was held captive by the taliban for five years a doctor testified for the defense yesterday sandberg dull suffered from a schizophrenia like condition and post traumatic stress when he left his post into thousand nine the judge could sentence 'but dealt to life in prison or give him no prison time at all taking into consideration the five years he spent in captivity the reelection campaign of king county sheriff john her car continues to be troubled by accusations that he sexually assaulted two former deputies couples cohen hey covering a new organized effort to defeat the incumbent in the most recent claimed brian barnes of former county deputy says ricard touched him inappropriately back in 2014 ricardo has filed a defamation lawsuit against barnes a year ago ricard testified under oath acusations of rape by a female deputy are not credible go wherever metal situation and what is her quote unquote mental situations party shoes bipolar now several local political action and advocacy groups are denouncing or cart according to the seattle times a member of the national women's political caucus of washington finds his alleged behavior appalling and unacceptable in the same report neighbor all pro choice washington charges or card with intimidating and attempting to silence is key as regards election opponent mitzi johann it is not overtly involved in this new political action corwin haeck komo news several elected officials have dealt with rhonda endorsements fort ricarte according to the seattle times seattle city council member laura gonzalez king county council member rob nebraska both retracting earlier endorsements as hibs take representatives dole frame of seattle at morgan erwin harina claw 3 seattle police employees who say they were groped by a colleague have filed a claim for damages against the city of seattle officer john knight pleaded guilty last about the fourthdegree assault at is scheduled to be sentenced tomorrow attorney cheryl snow who represents a two officers and a.

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"national women political caucus" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"national women political caucus" Discussed on KOMO

"Seth wayne brought our way to seeing that schily day out there cloudy skies highs in the upper 40s push it about fifty degrees among the scattered showers as well as some of the showers will be heavy at times and we're looking at a snowy what across the cascades a winter weather advisory in effect until 5 o'clock this evening about two to seven inches of snow across the higher elevations i'm seth wayne in the komo weather center we have some clouds in downtown seattle it's 45 right now and cobalt whose time six army sergeant in idaho native goldberg dole losing a court once again this morning couples frank lenzi reports of closing arguments would be heard of his sentencing hearing last month bergdorf dopey the guilty to abandoning his post and misbehavior before the enemy in afghanistan where he was held captive by the taliban for five years a doctor testified for the defense yesterday sandberg dole suffered from a schizophrenia like condition and post traumatic stress when he left his post in two thousand nine the judge could sentence berg dealt of life in prison or give him no prison time at all taking it into consideration the five years he spent in captivity the reelection campaign of king county sheriff john are cart continues to be troubled by accusations or cart sexually assaulted two former deputies almost corwin hey covers a new organized effort to defeat the incumbent in the most recent claimed brian barnes of former county deputy says ricard touched him inappropriately back in 2014 an ricard has filed a defamation lawsuit against barnes a year ago or testified under oath accusations of rape by a female deputy are not credible gonna wherever metal situation and what is her quote unquote mental situation rtm shoes of bipolar now several local political action and advocacy groups are denouncing or card according to the seattle times a member of the national women's political caucus of washington finds his alleged behavior appalling and unacceptable in the same report neighbor all pro choice washington charges are card with intimidating and attempting to silence his accusers records election opponent mitzi johanniter is not overtly involved in this new political action corwin haeck komo news seattle police officer remains on the force even though he admitted sexually assaulting fellow employees kohl's jennifer celibate spoke with the lawyer representing the victim for a year officer john nights desk at spd south seattle training facility has remained set.

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"national women political caucus" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"national women political caucus" Discussed on KOMO

"Sheriff's detective raped her a male deputy says early card touched him inappropriately in 2014 her carts denials include a defamation lawsuit against the male deputy brian barnes now several luke political action and advocacy groups are denouncing or cart according to the seattle times a member of the national women's political caucus of washington uses the words appalling and unacceptable to describe ricard in the same report neighbor all pro choice washington charges or card with intimidating and attempting to silence his accusers carts election opponent mitzi joe hennick does not overtly involved in this new campaign the times reports several elected officials have now withdrawn their endorsements of ricarte they include seattle city council member lorena gonzalez and king county council member rob dembroski corwin haeck komo news a seattle police officer remains on on the force even though he admitted sexually assaulting fellow employees couples jennifer sullivan spoke with a lawyer representing his victims for a year officer john nights desk at spd south seattle training facility has remained set up but night charged and now convicted of assaulting three colleagues has remained offduty he's still on the day parliament roster and on paid leave and firing careful various death can still set up and the training has locker them so the question to be answered is whether or not it is once again going to tolerate his behavior a claim for damages a precursor to a lawsuit was filed with the city has sexual behavior was directed at male officers and whether it was in the form of borrowing her away whether it with acts sexual advances in this filing the victims say the officer night grope their private parts they see people complained about night over the years but no action was ever taken on october eleven th night pleaded guilty to forty gree or misdemeanor assault he'll be sentenced friday afternoon spd says that night remains on leave while the equal employment opportunity investigation wraps up in seattle jennifer sullivan komo news site is not expected to serve any jail time komo news time succeed a mother has now been formally charged with strangling her own nine year old son more from komos keith eldridge advocates have county courthouse coverage aims comes to court to face a judge accused.

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"national women political caucus" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

WHYR 96.9 FM

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"national women political caucus" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

"I was interested you also in addition to all of your other words at accolades you one and a word from the national women's political caucus what did you win that four i was reading for newsweek for many years and newsweek didn't do a huge amount on feminism and women's movement but occasionally there was a story and it was right around the time of susan faludi the book on women and the women's movement and all of the anita hill sessions on congress that hold a weakening but the country things that goes through about women at that moment and i wrote a story on that which won an award from the national women's political caucus we do great damage on my resume even though it has nothing to do with food aid exactly i was intrigued for sure and actually why don't we a springboard from that and talk about what she eight six remarkable women and the food the tells their stories i discovered this book and dove into it checking different chapters about the different women and the one that i started with and maybe this is the bad habit because i never start if the beginning of books but i i stumbled on helen gurley brown and i remember her from of course the famous cosmo magazine and what i found most interesting about her was her well i immediately diagnosed her with an eating disorder which he eventually recognizes that yes indeed she has but the very end either she's asked about feminism and her famous feminists that she identifies of course is gloria steinem who was always you rate helens face britt feminist and gloria really wanted her to speak out and speak about.

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"national women political caucus" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:49 min | 4 years ago

"national women political caucus" Discussed on WCPT 820

"And we are back on the euro hour this is richard rj lasko and this week the democrats rolled out there a long awaited platform was called a better deal i let me see if i remember this crap in the final version was better jobs better wages better future was a subtitle and there was some policies percent thanks to go along with that and more promise to come now here to talk to us about the democrats better deal agenda is bright covered bright's is a contributing up in our writer at the new york times she contributes to the new republic the nation and other publications she has also a winner of at least one pines which is not in front of me right now embarrassed secondly enough i'll we as an exceptional mary and media award from the national women's political caucus she joins us now price for coming on the program i'm not gonna have any arnn absolutely and sorry i almost missed place comprise of there on sent you wrote a great pays thought for the new republic that central contradiction of the democrats under deal was a headline given to it so why don't we start with them what was your tank can better deal agenda well fresh i credit where credit is due earn much interesting thing about the better dear agenda if that it is targeting darn thing that really bad craig american economy are now at your monopoly power or increase our money and political and power confrontation amman mall hannah call uh very large corporation are not necessarily thumping all democrat had been comfortable talking about monopoly power as big a thing that has really lacked the political discourse governor patten upliftment hey no it great de democrat reviving not talking point and promised to crack down on monopoly and a heavily concentrated industry you can protect consumers from unfair price is unfair practice baird and things like that on turned out to be fighting apart i think it new i think it interesting i think it on can resonate with a lot of american who probably feel their baf have become less land interested mcmahon kitted to their need um has more and more important over they're alive and well aren't being big corporation bet you it kind of campus is when you go to get highspeed internet your berry choice it any at all things like that i think are really real for a lot of america i am not impeded.

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