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"orlando football stadium" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"orlando football stadium" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Curse threaten that national identity. I knew summary. ABC news with Stuart McIntosh. The acting US Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan is on an unannounced. Visit to Afghanistan his trip come amid negotiations between the US and Taliban representatives aimed at ending the war in Afghanistan. He said it was important the government in Kabul was involved in the talks. Rallies are being held in Iran to commemorate the fortieth anniversary of the Islamic revolution. People thronging streets carrying Iranian flags and portraits of the founder of the Islamic Republic. Ruhollah Khomeini and the country's presence premium leader ally Kanai. An American delegation is in Beijing for another round of talks with Chinese officials to resolve their trade dispute ahead of the March deadline set by President Trump talks last month in Washington ended without agreement to US warships of sale close to islands claimed by China in the South China seeds, the latest attempt by Washington to counter what it sees as Beijing's efforts to limit freedom of navigation in strategic waters. Britain's Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson is due to announce plans today to modernize the armed forces. He's expected to say that Britain needs a bolder and stronger military, so that the United Kingdom can redefine its role in the world after Brexit. Police in Indonesia have promised disciplinary action against officers who draped a snake around the neck of a suspect in Papua too fulsome confession out of him in a video circulated online. The young man hands tied behind his back can be heard screaming as the snake is pushed towards his face and into his trousers. The Grammy awards have been dominated by female singers. And hip hop artists. The country singer Casey must graves won the top prize album of the year childish Gambino won record and song of the year for his hip hop track. This is America BBC news. Welcome back to part two of the history. Our with max Pearson, a special program this week looking back at some of the highlights from the first ten years of the World Service programme witness firsthand accounts from the past still to come harrowing recollections of the war to topple Saddam Hussein in the early two thousands and to show that we don't just do wars. We've got the cultural conflicts that beset the man whose job it was to get Euro Disney up and running before that though we're going to South Africa the scene of one of the most striking struggles of the twentieth century the fight against apartheid by the nineteen seventies. Most of the anti-apartheid leaders like Nelson Mandela were in jail, but grass roots activists kept up the battle against white minority rule frequently with fatal consequences, one of the key moments came in one thousand nine hundred seventy six with the Soweto uprising when even the very young paid with their lives in two thousand ten Alan Johnston spoke to one of the former school children who played a key part. In the uprising it's early on June sixteenth, nineteen seventy six and on Johannesburg's outskirts. The young people of the township of so wetter are about to make their voices. Heard in the hours ahead. Demonstrating black school children will be fired on by police in scenes of violence that will shock the world ago called Bunga, and Cabela's will be among the protesters. She describes what she felt when the security forces started shooting. It has fear the kind of fear that you taste in your mouth. It was the kind of anger that almost blinds you, and it just frustration absolute frustration, but at the same time, you know, adrenaline also carries YouTube this run and ran for life. Every aspect of Bunga Cabela's childhood had been marked by the injustices of apartheid along with many other increasingly politicised young people. She had decided that it was time to make a stand. She was elected to represent her high school on a council that made preparations for a day of peaceful protest. It was agreed that on June sixteenth Soweto students would abandon their classrooms, they'd marched through the streets and eventually converged for a rally the Orlando football stadium. The main aim was to protest the compulsory imposition in schools of teaching in Afrikaans, the language of the dominant Europeans of Dutch descent. We understood not African only as a language, but Africans as a language of the presser it wasn't just the use of the language itself. It was what the language would mean when it's used as a medium of instruction when it's imposed on us when we had no choice Bong Cabela's remembers gathering at school. Then what was a cold? Winter's morning. Will you have about? Three four hundred children gathered outside on assembly, and we have student leaders saying look, this is how we're going to match one. We're going to be very peaceful to we're going to be taking responsibility for one another. So make sure that you always holding somebody else's hand. Make sure that we stay on the pavements. That's not stop traffic. We went out expecting particularly teargassing and we're ready with water. And with things that we thought how with Tig and indeed does a great deal of kind of excitement as you would imagine if you have a huge crowd and a level of determination. And I think in level of prior to that we've been able to organize ourselves into this huge mass, and that we will express ourselves and get the voices head by those responsible. So when let much takes off it has a great deal of energy. And we are Africans. We sing when when someone.

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"orlando football stadium" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"orlando football stadium" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Firsthand accounts from the past back in two thousand nine this week ten years on we're bringing you some of the most remarkable programs from our early days today, we're heading to South Africa in the nineteen seventies. And to the Soweto uprising when even the very young paid with their lives for challenging the white supremacist. Apartheid regime in two thousand and ten Alan Johnston spoke to one of the former students who played a key part in that uprising. It's early on June sixteenth nine thousand nine hundred seventy six on Johannesburg's outskirts. The young people of the township of Soweto are about to make their voices. Heard in the hours ahead. Demonstrating black school children will be fired on by police in scenes of violence that will shock the world. A girl called Bongi Cabela's will be among the. Protesters. She describes what she felt when the security forces started shooting, each has fear, the kind of fear that you taste in your mouth. It was anger the kind of anger that almost blinds. You and just frustration. Absolute frustration. But at the same time, you know, adrenaline also carries you just ran and ran for life every aspect of Bongi, and Cabela's childhood had been marked by the injustices of apartheid along with many other increasingly politicised young people. She had decided that it was time to make a stand. She was elected to represent her high school on a council that made preparations for a day of peaceful protest. It was agreed that on June sixteenth Soweto students would abandon their classrooms. They marched through the streets and eventually converge for rally the Orlando football stadium. The main aim was to protest the compulsory imposition in the schools of teaching in Afrikaans, the language of the dominant Europeans of Dutch descent. We understood not Africans only as a language but Africans as a language of the oppressor, it wasn't just the use of the language itself. It was what the language would mean when it's used as a medium of instruction when it's imposed on us when we had no choice Bongi and Cabela's remembers gathering at her school, and what was a cold. Winter's morning, will you have about three four hundred children gathered outside on assembly, and you have student leaders saying look, this is how we're going to much wine. We're going to be very peaceful to we're going to be taking responsibility for one another. So make sure that you always holding somebody else's hand. Make sure that you stay on the pavements this not stop. Traffic. We went out expecting particularly teargassing and we're ready with water. And with things that we thought how with Tig and indeed was a great deal of kind of excitement as you'd imagine. If you have a huge crowd and a level of determination. And I think in level of prior to that we've been able to organize ourselves into this huge mass, and that we will express ourselves and get the voices head by those who were responsible. So when that much takes off it has a great deal of energy. And we are Africans. We sing when when when.

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"orlando football stadium" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"orlando football stadium" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Started broadcasting are firsthand accounts from the past back in two thousand nine this week ten years on we're bringing you some of the most remarkable programs from our early days today, we're heading to South Africa in the nineteen seventies. And to the Soweto uprising when even the very young paid with their lives for challenging the white supremacist. Apartheid regime in two thousand and ten Alan Johnston spoke to one of the former students who played a key part in that uprising. It's early on June sixteenth nine thousand nine hundred seventy six Johannesburg's outskirts. The young people of the township of Soweto are about to make their voices. Heard in the hours ahead demonstrating black schoolchildren will be fired on by police in scenes of violence that will shock the world. A girl called Bunga, and Cabela's will be among the. The protesters. She describes what she felt when the security forces started shooting, each has fear, the kind of fear that you taste in your mouth Anga the kind of enga that almost blinds. You. Frustration absolute frustration. But at the same time, you know, adrenaline also carries you to just run and ran for life. Every aspect of Bongi Cabela's childhood had been marked by the injustices of apartheid along with many other increasingly politicised young people. She had decided that it was time to make a stand. She was elected to represent her high school on a council that made preparations for a day of peaceful protest. It was agreed that on June sixteenth Soweto students would abandon their classrooms. They marched through the streets and eventually converged for a rally the Orlando football stadium. The main aim was to protest the compulsory imposition in schools of teaching in Afrikaans, the language of the dominant Europeans of Dutch descent. We understood not Africans only as a language but Africans as a language of the oppressor, it wasn't just the use of the language itself. It was what the language would mean when it's used as a medium of. Instruction when it's imposed on us when we had no choice bogey in Cabela's remembers gathering at her school. Then what was a cold? Winter's morning who you have about three four hundred children gathered outside an assembly, and you have student leaders saying look, this is how we're going to much wine. We're going to be very peaceful to we're going to be taking responsibility for one another. So make sure that you always holding somebody else's hand. Make sure that you stay on the pavements this not stop traffic. We went out expecting particularly teargassing, and we're ready with water and with things that we thought how with Tig Essen. And indeed there was a great deal of kind of excitement as you would imagine if you have a huge crowd and a level of determination. And I think in level of prior to that we've been able to organize ourselves into this huge mass and that we will express ourselves and get the. Voices head by those responsible. So when that much takes off it has a great deal of energy. And we are Africans. We sing when when when.

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"orlando football stadium" Discussed on Radio Diaries

Radio Diaries

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"orlando football stadium" Discussed on Radio Diaries

"Day began with an assembly of all the kids and one day there's an announcement to speak to you about education education of a million bentiu children today every subject would be taught in africa the teacher walks in history becomes husky tenous and we'll like what they talking about is i don't know either and that didn't work whole classes failed when they did that they actually mobilized the entire school generation at eight fifteen in the morning and precisely according to plan students similar tenuously marched out of five schools in soweto intending to protest the africans issue in a mass meeting at the orlando football stadium we had hundreds probably clauses of school kids and we thought we know everything that is to know about managing protests the first thing we wanted about is that everyone must be come to floyd on times so within head chains of five kids and make sure you're holding somebody's hand all the time if not holding somebody's fan gets worried because ways raise your partner when became really tolerant ceo young black feces and that point was the police tried to stop the much from going onto lumber stadium i've never seen that many police and didn't only have police at that time you had they defense falls so you actually hit the ami i mean there's a group of kids kids with shining black shoes and little white sox and timmy little tunics and they're singing freedom songs holding one another we actually looked cute it's unbelievable to think that anyone could have stood feminine fit and actually short into the crowd.

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"orlando football stadium" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"orlando football stadium" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This is wbz news radio 1030 era sorry boston new england wbz news time ten forty nine mostly cloudy seventy nine in boston get saturday morning antiillegal wbz news here's what we're following in the wbz newsroom british police say armed officers are now searching a home in a london suburb and also evacuating neighbors as a precaution as part of the active investigation into yesterday subway blast this just hours after announcing they arrested an eighteen year old suspect earlier today that suspect is now being question under the terrorism ads activists say they will meet again today to keep marching and protesting the acquittal of a white former saint louis police officer in the fatal shooting of a black driver back in 2011 hundreds protested yesterday marching for the most part peacefully for hours but was eventually broken up with tear gas after some vandalism and a three alarm fire at an apartment building a lane early this morning this was on kingsley terrorists several people how to be rescued three firefighter suffered minor injuries in other news relief efforts continue down in florida after hurricane erma cbs news correspondent peter king is at an orlando football stadium which has been converted to a national guard base peter king at the university of central florida there's no college football too day here at record stadium standard national guard is using this space process supplies headed to erbas hardest hit areas ucf athletic director danny white says the school wanted to set a good example talk about developing our men and women as as students as as as ethics but as whole people as well so the football team got out filling sandbags in our student athletes interacting with the national guard right here at our camp the great experienced last week gave against georgia tech was cancelled in after some major juggling and perhaps a little armtwisting today's game with memphis was rescheduled peter king cbs news that the university of central florida in an active trump pigs to tell you about tropical storm norma has strengthened into a hurricane this over the the alex like pacific ocean on a route that should take it to their less combos resorts at a southern tip of the baja california penninsula by either its late tomorrow or monday norma is currently packing wayne's of at least seventy five miles per hour one person remains missing about two hundred homes damage on the pacific coast this after hurricane max hit land east of acapulco mexico now access now a.

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"orlando football stadium" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"orlando football stadium" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Radio 1030 boston knowing wbz news time is eight forty nine we've got seventy degrees and overcast skies in boston good morning i'm art cullen wbz news and here's what we're following in the wbz newsroom british police have made a significant arrest in the urgent manhunt for suspects a day after the london sun wave last that injured more than two dozen people police said that an eighteen year old man was arrested by hence police in the port of dover on the english channel the is being questioned under the terrorism act activists say they will meet again today to keep marching in protesting the acquittal of a white former saint louis police officer in the fatal shooting of a black driver back in 2011 hundreds protested yesterday marching peacefully for hours but were eventually broken up with tear gas after some vandalism and were falling a threealarm fire at an apartment building in lynn this hour on kingsley terrorists several people had to be rescued because they were not able to get down there stairs firecrew say there were some minor injuries in brooklyn yesterday residents were startled when a part of the facade of their building collapse wbz tv shanty loans reports he me sat on the steps all the time lag as the tankan as i was merklein police and fire arrived moments later until the young women along with dozens of other students living into adjacent buildings if he had to evacuate bu reps reached out to argue students who live there and were trying to get them find out who they are and where they are and then get them relocated as quickly as by displaced tenets were only allowed back inside briefly to bring out there belongs this woman carried out her can't ties lie l l c owns the building a town inspector says he doesn't the recall having a problem with the property in the past the collapse happened just before noon brookline police and fire arrived moments later and evacuate did the building and an adjacent building relief efforts continue in florida after hurricane alma cbs's peter king is at an orlando football stadium that been converted to a national guard peter king at the university of central florida there is no college football today here expect stadium stead the national guard is using this space process supplies headed to.

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"orlando football stadium" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"orlando football stadium" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Radio 1030 boston new england wbz news time is six forty eight seventy degrees of boston i'm charlie sherman wbz news there were following wbz newsroom british police have made a significant arrested the urgent manhunt for a suspect a day after though london subway blast that in her voice more than two dozen people police say an eighteen year old man was arrested by camp police in the port of dover on the english channel is being questioned under the terrorism act activists say they'll meet again today to keep march you can protesting the acquittal of old white former saint louis police officer in the fatal shooting of a black driver back in two thousand eleven on hundred protested yesterday marching peacefully for howard's but was resolute broken up with tear gas after some vandalism and were following a threealarm firing lynn this hour on kingsley terrace earlier reports of some people needing to be rescued from inside stay with wbz newsradio 1030 for the latest on that that situation relief efforts continue in florida after hurricane erma cbs news correspondent peter king is at an orlando football stadium that's been converted to a national guard base peter king of the university of central florida there's no college football today here at spectrum stadium stead the national guard is using this faced process supplies headed to erbas hardest hit areas ucf athletic director danny white says the school wanted to set a good example talk about developing our men and women as a students as as as athletes but as whole people as well so the football team got out filling sandbags and our student athletes interacting with the national guard right here at our campus agassi great experienced last week gave against georgia tech was cancelled an after some major juggling and perhaps a little armtwisting game with memphis was rescheduled peter king cbs news at the university of central florida and an active tropics to tell you about tropical storm norma has strengthened their drew a hurricane over the pacific ocean on a route that should take it to the lowest cowboys resorts the southern tip of the baja california peninsula by late sunday or monday norma is currently packing winds of seventy five miles per hour.

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"orlando football stadium" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"orlando football stadium" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"His car police norton say the student was operating a vehicle suspiciously they pulled him over they found five pounds of pot cocaine ecstasy and hallucinogenic mushrooms inside jedidiah daniel from pennsylvania now being held pending his arraignment hundreds of demonstrators hit the streets of downtown st louis today after a white police former police officer was acquitted in the shooting death of a black man this following a highspeed chase had two thousand eleven a judge found jason stockily not guilty of first degree murder and the killing of anthony smith smith's family attorney albert watkins says they are shocked at this verdict would be inappropriate for me to recoup my conversation with their more will tell you in worn word utilize year wild imagine asian losers to the highest level of us one word they were shocked it was the orange mutual one protester has been arrested now the head of the st louis chapter of the end aa cp is asking the president and justice department to review this acquittal wbz news time five twenty one some downpours had showers out and about this afternoon in fact we've seen just a few rain drops outsider studio otherwise it's mostly cloudy and seventy seven in boston the government response to hurricane urban has shifted from saving lives to beginning the long recovery process fema administrator brock long says progress is being made in getting people back into their homes about ten thousand floridians remain in emergency shelters nearly a million people across the state still without power and as relief efforts continue after erma and orlando football stadium has been converted to a national guard base university of central florida's rachel williams says the police were standing in right now is normally fine football sense trek area but this club suite at spectrum stadium is now a look gist accept for the florida national guard sergeant jason calibrate says they're processing and routing the incoming supply trucks from here and other states save your skin a little bit arrest in and they're back on the road again taking food water it help to the hardest hit areas as for football tomorrow's game with memphis has been rescheduled for the national guard can take care of business king cbs news with university of central florida in orlando mornings five a banner unfurled from the monster.

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