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"president alphonso david" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

02:10 min | 9 months ago

"president alphonso david" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"To the governor's office james's report also alleged. David consulted on a letter. Meant to discredit boylan. An individual familiar with the board's decision tells time that david did not tell. Hr see that. He was working with cuomo's team last year or subsequently that he had been speaking with the new york attorney. General's office while not disputing this. A source familiar with david's thinking says that he was advised by counsel that disclosing his conversations with the attorney. General's office could be a crime and that his communications with cuomo's office were also subject to transitory. Privilege david is not the only progressive leader embroiled in the downfall of cuomo who announced his resignation on august tenth in the wake of james's conclusion that he sexually harassed at least eleven women which he denies tina chen. Ceo of the anti-sexual harassment charity. Time's up resigned on august. Twenty six and response to allegations that the organization's leaders advised the former governor on september. Fourth time's up sad. The entire board had stepped down after the release of james's report. Hr hrc faced fierce criticism from advocates outside and reportedly within its ranks for maintaining. David asked the leader of an organization with such a focus on equality and justice and it statement monday night announcing david's firing hr see said his conduct had caused material damage to hr cease interests and reputation and impaired his ability to serve as the public face and voice of the powerful group citing the media frenzy and hundreds of calls emails and other negative communications. Hrc has received from staff members of the board of governors volunteers program partners general members supporters corporate partners political figures and more when asked whether he believed remaining the president of hr see would be the right thing for the organization. David told time that the right thing for the organization is always to pursue truth justice and transparency meet jenin. Simmons owner of rat ad that agency shannon's biggest client has across the country and they requested and in-person meeting tomorrow so she used her american express business cards app feature which lets her tracker business.

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"president alphonso david" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:52 min | 9 months ago

"president alphonso david" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Cox and jodi patterson said in a statement released on night. While the board's decision is not the outcome. We had ever envisioned or hoped for in terms of mr david's tenure with hr see his actions have put us in an untenable position and a statement. Time on tuesday. David said that before the boards took the action they did. Hr see under. My leadership was extremely strong. He added that the goal of hr sees investigation has always been to get to the truth and this process never got to the truth over the past few days. David has repeatedly called for the results of hr sees investigation which was conducted with the assistance of the law firm. Sidley austin into his conduct be made public arguing that the boards co-chairs privately told him that the investigation found no evidence of wrongdoing on his part but asked him to consider resigning. Anyway as the issue had become a distraction. David does not deny the new york attorney general's findings but rather that they constituted anything that violated his contract with hr but when asked whether the results of the investigation would be released. An individual familiar with the decisions told time tuesday. That would not be possible. The report was delivered orally to the boards but not written down the individual explained so there is nothing to release. David's departure had already become steeped in controversy as both he and hr sees board chairs have publicly accused the other of lying the disclosure that there is no formal write up of the investigation is likely to further inflame matters. I asked for the report. They refused. They lied about producing the report. Now that they are being called to task they tried to shut me up. David tweeted monday night. Expect a legal challenge a source familiar with the situation tells time that hr sees campaign board voted unanimously to terminate david while hrc's foundation board also voted to terminate him with two abstentions. Joni madison the organization's current chief operating officer and chief of staff will serve as interim president while the board looks for someone to fill the position and an email sent to. hr see staff. Monday night reviewed by time cox and patterson said david's comments contained a number of false and misleading statements about the investigation and his status within the organization adding that he alone bears responsibility for what he did and the consequences. Hr see did not respond to questions. Regarding to what extent hr see vetted. David's work for cuomo before extending his contract for five more years in early august which heralded and promoted as historic at the time. Everything i've said about this process has been true. David told time tuesday when asked to comment on. Hr sees allegation that his comments on the situation have included significant untruths. it's perplexing for them to claim. I've said things that are untrue about the investigation without saying what those untruths are when they haven't even provided me or anyone with the findings of the investigation. The civil rights attorney was lauded by hr board as the future of the organization until a report by new york attorney. General latisha james alleged. David helped advise former new york. Governor andrew cuomo's response to allegations of sexual harassment. Made by lindsey boylan a former cuomo aide david who called for cuomo's resignation after the release of james's report had served as counsel to cuomo prior to joining. Hr see james's report alleged that in december of twenty twenty while president of hr see. David gave a memo containing confidential information on boylans employment history to an adviser. Own cuomo's team. David has said that he felt he had a legal obligation to give the memo..

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"president alphonso david" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:30 min | 9 months ago

"president alphonso david" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Power to more than half a million of its customers with the vast majority of New Orleans expected to have power back tomorrow. Stephen Bashar ha from member station WGBH M reports hundreds of thousands along the Gulf Coast, though good without power for much of the month. Most people in New Orleans have their lights back on, but some neighborhoods like Venetian Isles will have to wait longer because of how badly they were damaged. Crews are having to used cranes to lift down polls over homes along the Gulf Coast damages. And worse, Some people may have to wait until October to get power restored about 30,000 power poles have been knocked out across the state, more than the number damaged by hurricanes. Delta, Zeta and Katrina combined Energy says customers should not expect the price are paying for electricity to go up. But months from now, Louisiana residents could see steeper power bills when regulators factor in the cost of restoring the grid. For NPR News. I'm Stephen Bass. Aha. The Taliban have formed an interim government in Afghanistan, as NPR's Jackie Northam explains. Among the senior leaders are battle hardened fighters who are core members of the organization. Afghanistan's interim government is made up of the Taliban's old guard. The new leader is Mullah Mohammad Hassan Kunde. He's considered a hardliner from Kandahar and is headed the Taliban's leadership Council for 20 years. Deputy prime minister is Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, who heads up the Taliban's political office and was widely expected to become leader. There was no mention about the group's spiritual leader. Nor was there any indication that the new Afghan government would be inclusive involving other political parties and players as the Taliban had hinted. And there was no mention of a woman holding a ministerial role. Jackie Northam. NPR NEWS ISLAMABAD Though some technical glitches appear to be causing problems, El Salvador says it is the first country to formally adopt crypto currency. Bitcoin is legal tender in its first few hours of adoption, even the country's president admitted problems with the initial rollout. On Wall Street. The Dow was down 269 points. This is NPR. This is W m I C in New York. I'm Sean Carlson, Several residents in Woodside, Queens, whose homes flooded last week during storm Ida now say they've gone sick from exposure to raw sewage. Three residents on the scene, Woodside Block started vomiting and having diarrhea, one of them of it. Mail was hospitalized yesterday after being diagnosed with norovirus and E. Coli to highly contagious diseases that can be waterborne. Sunday night was just a disaster where I was getting up every 15 minutes and couldn't hold down any fluids. A spokesperson for the city's Health Department says they haven't seen a citywide uptick in hospitalization for gastrointestinal issues. He said. They're monitoring the situation. The State Health Department recommends wearing rubber boots and gloves and an n 95 mask when cleaning out of flood damaged home. Officials at Rikers Island confirmed that another inmate has died in custody, marking or making it the ninth death at the jail this year. Commissioner Vincent Scrawled E says conditions are worse because uniform staff are not showing up to their shifts. Staff don't show up to work. Every aspect of our operations suffer. So do the employees who pick up the slack and the people in custody safety suffers. Guaraldi says he believes it's possible the staff are fading illness to get out of work. Department of Correction Stats show about 1416 Uniform personnel were out sick every day in August. That's more than double the number who took sick days in August of 2020. Corrections officer union did not return a request for comment. The country's largest LGBT Q rights organization, has fired its president for helping former New York governor Andrew Cuomo craft his public response to allegations of sexual harassment. Alphonso David had served as Cuomo's chief counsel from 2015 to 2019 when he became the first black man to run the human rights campaign. But the New York attorney general's report on the former governor found that David was one of several close allies who advise Cuomo on discrediting his accusers. Nonprofits board says that violated the conflict of interest policy in a Twitter posts. David denied wrongdoing and threatened legal action. For the rest of tonight. We should see clear skies love about 68, but we'll probably see more rain returned tomorrow in the afternoon high near 83 that rain will really pick up tomorrow night with the love about 69. It's w m I. C at 606. Support for NPR comes from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, supporting those working towards a day when no one has to choose between paying rent, putting food on the table and protecting their health and the health of others are. W j f dot org This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington and I'm Ailsa Chang in Los Angeles. You have heard a lot about booster shots lately. Are they needed when will they be approved and who will actually get them? But there are still tens of millions of people in this country who aren't even eligible for a first vaccine shot. We're talking about Children, 11 years old and younger, The vaccine still is not authorized for them. And Dr Francis Collins, the director of the National Institutes of Health, told NPR last month that he doesn't see a vaccine for kids coming before the end of this year. That timeline has prompted organizations like the American Academy of Pediatrics to urge the Food and Drug Administration to accelerate its authorization process. Lee Savio Beers is a pediatrician and the president of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She joins us now. Welcome. Thank you so much for having me here. Okay. So before we get to this letter that you wrote, which urged the FDA to speed up approval of the vaccine for Children, can you just explain very briefly for us? Why is this taking so long in the first place? So I think one of the most important things to emphasize here is that the FDA authorization and approval process really is in place to make sure that when vaccines or any therapeutics actually are available that they're safe and effective And what we know in vaccine development for Children is that we are appropriately more cautious. Typically, vaccine development will start with adults and then we do what's called Agen Das de escalation. Where will then work backwards to younger and younger Children and make sure that the vaccine and the doses that were giving are also safe and effective for younger Children? Because Children are not just like little adults? They there are real issues to figuring out how to vaccinate Children specifically. Yes, absolutely. Children are smaller. They have different physiology there at a different stage of their development, and we want to make sure that anything that we approved for them that's authorized for them is safe and effective. Well, then let's turn to the letter that you wrote. To the FDA in this letter, you say that quote in our view, the rise of the delta variant changes the risk benefit analysis for authorizing vaccines in Children. Can you explain what is that risk benefit analysis in general? So one of the things that we think about every vaccine. Every medication has a potential side effect. And so does the risk outweigh the important benefit that this particular therapeutic can bring. So, for example, we know that covid 19 can be an incredibly serious illness, so it's important. To make sure that that we protect against that now we also know that for younger Children, the risk of severe covid infection is less. And so what we have to do is way is the risk of the vaccine, um less than or greater than the risk of Covid infection. Two Children, and I think it's very clear to us that the risk of covid in Children Far outweighs any potential risk of the vaccine. And just to be clear in this letter that you wrote, you argue that the FDA will have very soon the data it will need to authorize the vaccine for Children, right? Can you just explain what is that data that the FDA will have quite soon? Our understanding from what we're hearing from the clinical trial sites and from the manufacturers is that their trials are are fully enrolled in that At least one of the manufacturers expects to have data available to submit to the FDA, Hopefully, by the end of September, perhaps early in October, and so what That means is that once that data is submitted, the FDA will have a chance to look at it to determine, um the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine and consider the risk benefit for Children. Okay, but the FDA wants Six months of data. Why is that? Can you explain that discrepancy? And how important is that discrepancy?.

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"president alphonso david" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"president alphonso david" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

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"president alphonso david" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"president alphonso david" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Research this morning reveals that a new Corona virus vaccine currently in development from AstraZeneca, Is effective in stopping the spread of Corona virus and the meeting of the pharmaceutical minds in Europe, where drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline and Germany's Cura back are planning to collaborate on new vaccines targeting emerging variants off coronavirus. 9 48 brighter skies in Boston this morning. It's 29 degrees. National Park Out west in California is once again welcoming visitors back, but you may not be able to get a look at what's inside that National Park nearly two weeks after suffering from a devastating storm, Yosemite National Park has reopened. But if you were hoping to get a look at some of the hundreds of giant Sequoia trees, you'll have to wait. Visitors will not be able to walk through the popular Mariposa Grove 15 trees there in hundreds of others. Than a park were toppled by the high winds last month. Park officials say they are facing millions of dollars in repair costs. Lisa Matteo, CBS News U. S. Capitol police officer, Brian Sick Nick will be laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery later today. Last night, the president and first lady paid their respects. In the Capitol Rotunda. Here's S'more from ABC. Sandy Field, Police Honor Guard Standing Watch over capital Officer Brian Sick. Nick's remains as he lay in honor in the Capitol Rotunda, the president and Dr Jill Biden bowing their heads and prayer. Mr Biden touching the container, with the officers cremated remains making the sign of the cross. Saluting the flag honoring the man killed by rioters here nearly a month ago, officer Sick Nick, just the fifth private citizen to ever be so honored in the Capitol Rotunda. Different sort of path to the White House for former presidential candidate Pete Buddha. Judge CBS is Allison Keyes, With reaction is Mayor Pete is confirmed as the all as the first openly gay Cabinet secretary in American history. The judge was confirmed as transportation secretary by 86 to 13 vote in the Senate and Human Rights campaign President Alphonso David says That ends an era where LGBT Q Plus, people were told they couldn't aspire to higher political office because of their sexual orientation. That is no longer the case, David says. This means young people now know that they can run and when we're elated that we were able to break down this barrier once and for all. Allison Keyes CBS NEWS Washington President Biden's executive pen gets another workout in the Oval Office. Is he signs another Syriza borders to undo his predecessors? Immigration policies, the latest Take action at curing family separation. Some 1000 immigrants still at the Mexican border have been separated from their Children, the also the executive action looking to give legal status in a path to citizenship. To an estimated 11 million people in the country who currently are not on that path. Will Democrats lay out their arguments of the second impeachment trial of former President Trump and the defense. Fires back Trump's new legal team in their 14 page response, saying the Senate lacks jurisdiction to remove from office. A man who does not hold office at one of his lawyers saying this to Fox News. Can you imagine any American citizen considering it to be a trial? In which the judge and jury has already announced publicly that the defendant must be convicted in this case and Trump's legal team, arguing that Trump's speech before the Capitol riot is protected under the First Amendment, and remember ABC News Washington You're listening to. W.

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"president alphonso david" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"president alphonso david" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"At first new research reveals a new Corona virus vaccine from drug maker AstraZeneca. Is effective in stopping the spread of Corona virus and a meeting of the pharmaceutical minds in Europe, where drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline and Germany's Cura back or planning to collaborate on new vaccines targeting the emerging variants off coronavirus. On Capitol Hill. A bipartisan solution may not be in the cards for the next coronavirus relief package. The story from CBS News correspondent Ed O'Keefe, President Biden pushing ahead with his nearly $2 trillion covert relief plan, telling Senate Democrats in a lunchtime call that the Republican counter offer of $600 billion isn't enough for this crisis. We cannot Cannot afford to dither. Delay or dilute We need a big, bold package along the lines of what President Biden has proposed. Democrats are trying to fast track the president's proposal, with or without Republican support. The biggest differences between the Democratic and Republican plans is how much money Congress will Give for state and local governments. President's proposal includes more than $300 billion. The GOP plan has no money tides to it. The president and first lady pay their final respects to a Capitol police officer killed during last month's attack on the Capitol Police Honor Guard Standing Watch over capital Officer Brian Sick Nick's remains as he lay in honor in the Capitol Rotunda, the president and Dr Jill Biden bowing their heads and prayer. Mr Biden touching the container with the officers cremated remains making the sign of the cross and saluting the flag honoring the man killed by Ryan. It was here nearly a month ago. Officer sick, Nick becomes only the fifth private citizen to be honored. In the Capitol Rotunda. It is 8 19 cloudy skies in Boston. Still, some snow flurries, especially on the North shore and another bigger system, making its way through western mass right now sort of a different path to the White House for former presidential candidate Pete Buddha. Judge CBS News correspondent Allison Keyes with reaction is Mayor Pete is confirmed as the first openly gay Cabinet secretary in U. S history. The judge was confirmed as transportation Secretary by 86 to 13 vote in the Senate. And human rights campaign President Alphonso David says that ends an era where LGBT Q plus, people were told they couldn't aspire to higher political office because of their sexual orientation. That is no longer the case, David says. This means young people now know that they can run and win, where elated that we were able to break down this area once and for all. Allison Keyes. CBS NEWS Washington More executive orders from the West Wing President Biden signs and other Syriza's to undo his predecessors immigration policies. The latest takes aim at family separation, border security and legal immigration. The executive action looks to give legal status and a path to citizenship to the estimated 11 million people in the country who do not currently have it also of import yesterday, reuniting some 1000 families who have been separated at the Mexican border, Democrats are beginning to make their pitch in the second impeachment trial of former President Trump. And the president's team respond new legal team in their 14 page response, saying the Senate lacks jurisdiction to remove from office. A man who does not hold office at one of his lawyers saying this to Fox News. Can you imagine any American citizen considering it to be a trial? In which the judge and jury has already announced publicly that the defendant must be convicted in this case and Trump's legal team, arguing that Trump's speech before the Capitol riot is protected under the First Amendment and remember ABC NEWS Washington New game is in the cards to help you better understand the history behind Black History Month WBC's match hearer with detail Dominique Price and his family were killing time in quarantine with a card game. Like what if I could create a game? That could celebrate black history. This was around like the George Floyd movement. So he went all in and spent the summer perfecting the rules had like my own With that cards and I magic market term. The finished product is a mix of historical trivia. Guess the slang and a category called Truth or danced some serious potential for embarrassment there, but win or lose. The real object of the game is to learn none of these dances before making this game. Now I'm cheating when I played the game, so as long as you don't play with Dominique, you might have a shot to win that blacked out game. All one word, Matt. Sure. WBZ Boston's.

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"president alphonso david" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"president alphonso david" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Appointments and Connecticut alone, but access to doses will soon expand. The Biden administration, announcing one million vaccine doses will be sent to more than 6000 pharmacies across the country. Beginning next week. State and local guidelines will determine who's eligible to get a shot at their neighborhood. Pharmacy and availability will be limited at first to research reveals a new Corona virus vaccine and development from drug maker AstraZeneca is effective in stopping the spread of coronavirus. And the meeting of the pharmaceutical minds in Europe. UK based drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline and Germany's Cura Vac are planning to collaborate a new vaccines that will target the emerging variants of Covitz 19 6 47 cloudy skies, Some flurries maybe where you are this morning. It's 29 degrees here in Boston. On Capitol Hill. A bipartisan solution may not be in the cards for the next coronavirus relief package. More from CBS is Ed O'Keefe, president Biden pushing ahead with his nearly $2 trillion covert relief plan, telling Senate Democrats in a lunchtime call that the Republican counter offer of $600 billion isn't enough for this crisis. We cannot Cannot afford to dither. Delay or dilute We need a big, bold package along the lines of what President Biden has proposed. Democrats are trying to fast track the president's proposal with or without Republican support, and that proposal being on the fast track would come through a process called reconciliation, which is at work now in the Senate. One of the biggest differences in this bill is the president's plan to offer $1400 to most Americans. And the Republicans would like to offer substantially less than that President and first lady pay their respects to a Capitol police officer killed during last month's attack. In Washington more from ABC. Sandy Fields, Police Honor guard Standing Watch over capital Officer Brian Sick. Nick's remains as he lay in honor in the Capitol Rotunda, the president and Dr Jill Biden bowing their heads and prayer. Mr Biden touching the container, with the officers cremated remains making the sign of the cross. Saluting the flag honoring the man killed by rioters here nearly a month ago. Officer Sick Nick. It was a New Jersey native, he becomes just the fifth private citizen to be so honored in the Capitol Rotunda. Quite a different path to the White House for former presidential candidate Pete Buddha. Judge CBS is Allison Keyes, With reaction is Mayor Pete is confirmed as the first openly gay Cabinet secretary in U. S history. The judge was confirmed as transportation secretary by 86 to 13 vote in the Senate and Human Rights campaign President Alphonso David says that ends an era where LGBT Q plus, people were told I couldn't aspire to higher political office because of their sexual orientation. That is no longer the case, David says. This means young people now know that they can run and win, where elated that we were able to break down this barrier once and for all. Allison Keyes. CBS NEWS Washington 6 50 President Biden signs another Syriza of orders to undo his predecessors, Immigration Policies, the latest executive actions taking aim at family separation, border security and legal immigration. The proposed legislation is looking to give legal status and legal status and a path to citizenship to all of the estimated 11 million people in the country who do not have it well. Democrats layout their arguments in the second impeachment trial of former President Trump Filling an 80 page brief accusing him of inciting the attack on the Capitol. It's new legal team in their 14 page response is saying the Senate lacks jurisdiction to remove from office. A man who does not hold office and one of his lawyers saying this to Fox News. Can you imagine any American citizen considering it to be a trial? 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"president alphonso david" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"president alphonso david" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Biggest differences between the Democratic and Republican plans how much funding Congress should appropriate for state and local governments. The president's proposal, including over $300 billion while the Republican plan has no money being allocated. At 5 18, the president and first lady paying their respects to a Capitol police officer killed during last month Siege on the Capitol Police Honor Guard Standing Watch over capital Officer Brian Sick, Nick's remains as he lay in honor in the Capitol Rotunda, the president and Dr Jill Biden bowing their heads and prayer. Mr Biden touching the container with the officers cremated remains making the sign of the cross and saluting the flag honoring the man. By rioters here nearly a month ago. That is ABC. Sandy Field Officer Brian Sick, Nick, a New Jersey native who had previously served in the National Guard. Well, a different path to the White House for former presidential candidate Pete Buddha. Judge CBS is Allison Keyes, with reaction is Mayor pizzas. He is often known as confirmed as the first openly gay Cabinet secretary in U. S history. What the judge was confirmed as transportation secretary by 86 to 13 vote in the Senate and Human rights campaign President Alphonso David says that ends an era where LGBT Q plus, people were told they couldn't aspire to higher political office because of their sexual orientation. That is no longer the case, David says. This means young people now know that they can run and win were elated that we were able to break down this barrier. Once and for all. Allison Keyes. CBS NEWS Washington had 5 19 President Biden signing another Syriza of orders to undo his predecessors, immigration policies, the latest executive actions taking aim at family separation, border security and legal immigration. The proposed legislation is looking to give legal status in a path to citizenship to all of the estimated 11 million people. In the country who do not have it. Meantime, at 5 20 Democrats laying out their arguments and the second impeachment trial of former President Trump filing an 80 page brief, accusing him of inciting the attack of the gap of Trump's new legal team. In their 14 page response, saying the Senate lacks jurisdiction to remove from office, a man who does not hold office at one of his lawyers saying this to Fox News. Can you imagine any American citizen? Considering it to be a trial in which the judge and jury has already announced publicly that the defendant must be convicted in this case and Trump's legal team, arguing that Trump's speech before the Capitol riot is protected under the First Amendment entered Ember ABC NEWS Washington Now that we are in the month of February, if you're looking to brush up on black history this month, man and Worcester has a perfect game for you. How many price and his family were killing time in quarantine with a card game. Like what? If To create a game that could celebrate black history. This was around like the George Floyd movement, so he went all in and spent the summer perfecting the rules. I have like my one with that cards and I magic market them. The finished product is a mix of historical trivia. Guess the slang and a category called Truth or dance, some serious potential for embarrassment there, but win or lose. The real object of the game is to learn none of these dances before making his game. Now I'm cheating when I played the game, so as long as you don't play with Dominique, you might have a shot to win that blacked out game All one word match your WBZ Boston's news radio's 5 21. We've got a break in the action. In.

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"president alphonso david" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

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"president alphonso david" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Jupiter. I think that's how you pronounce it and I kissed a boy. Pretty rock and cover. I think Um, yeah, that was a stomper. I like that better than the original. Anyway. Good stuff. We're back here. I'll close it. Free radio on Kay's CSC set a cruise and things are happening out there. Yes, this news from LGBT Q nation calm and one of her final axes, the secretary of education before announcing her resignation. Let's see device decided to ensure that transgender students could still be targeted for discrimination in the American education system. Didn't unturned Aled memo sent by the Department of Education Devices staff once again laid out their policy, refusing to protect gender identity. Despite the ruling of the Supreme Court in both stock versus Clayton County, made in June of 2020. Read the Rubinstein, deputy counsel under Davos wrote to Kim, Barely a Richie, the acting assistant secretary who oversees the office of Civil Rights. 13 page memo dedicated to explaining that quote for the reasons discussed the term sex, which, with respect to these and other similar programs or activities should be construed to mean biological sex. Male or female. Memo is dated on January 8th, which was the last day Davos served as secretary. She resigned in protest of President Donald Trump's and tight incitement. Of the mob that would in turn storm the U. S Capitol building due to his continued insistence that the 2020 presidential election could be overturned. Of us submitted her resignation the day before her resignation letter is laced with shame for Trump. With divorce, writing that his behavior has been quote unconscionable and that quote impressionable Children have watched his actions she wrote in the letter quote. There is no mistaking the impact your rhetoric yet your rhetoric had on the situation and it is the inflection point for me. I believe we each have a moral obligation to exercise good judgment and model the behavior we hope they would emulate. They must know from us that America is greater. Then what transpired yesterday. And in her last in office, she instructed her staff to continue to try a legally to find the Supreme Court's postdoc versus Clayton County ruling before the rains are transitioned over to the Biden administration. This was part of divorces. Efforts to remain Pain to the incoming by the administration and Biden's nominee for Secretary of education. Miguel Cardona. In her final address to staff to Vos instructed everyone to be the quote resistance, according to Politico. But she devotes higher sent the memo to staff in an email for quote educators and stakeholders, describing the memo as the guidance for quote schools that receive federal funds from the Department of Education. Have a duty to comply with titles. Six All Title nine. Sorry. Got my exes and these mist up, including its application to discriminate on the basis of homosexuality or transgender status. In her final moments at the Department of Ted Education Secretary Betsy DeVos prioritized punishing LGBTQ students. Memorandum refusing to apply both stock to federal education law is unconscionable and legally flawed. This, according to human rights campaign President Alphonso David Davis has long clashed with teachers on policy issues, and the American Federation of Teachers was not sorry to see her go issuing a two word statement on her resignation quote. Good riddance. Previously former deal we employees, Duane J. Fencing became known as the whistleblower who lost his job in the department's office of Civil Rights in 2019. For releasing documents that exposed there pointed anti trans policy decisions as they and and the rush to make them happen. Fencing told LGBTQ Nation last November Quote. When Ken Marcus announced his resignation from the office for Civil Rights, I was encouraged that the office perhaps would not move forward in any drastic way on any of the most concerning matters and issues. Before the election instead. What I found is that Kimberly Richie, who is now the acting assistant secretary of civil rights, took an upside down view of what anti discrimination protections mean for LGBTQ students in this country. What was that phrase Good reading kid, right? I think we're gonna be saying that a lot. Unless in the next couple weeks. Oh, yeah, changes is definitely coming and Where Well, I don't know about Richard. But I I'm trained to keep up with all the things going on, but there is just so much going on. Um Word Waco next Um This is from Friday Saturday. Um Donald Trump has launched a parting assault on the LGBT plus community in.

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