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"queens queens village" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Do not put him in charge of New York City finances. By the way, Greg these adversaries of yours. You mentioned Brad Lander White guy. Is Helen Rosenthal, Democrat from the Upper West Side. That's where I live. She's a white woman. Would seem to me that trying to eliminate safeties Shakthi agent school safety agents now under the supervision of police. Who I believe and correct me if I'm wrong, because every time I've been in the schools it predominantly black and Hispanic and predominantly female That's correct. That's correct it there. There's a racist element to this. There is a racist element to it. That's why they went behind my back. I am black. They went behind my back, and they were meeting with other unions, mainly the teachers union. That don't represent school safety. The teachers union knew more about this plan that I knew. That that social these liberals get in the room, and they claim that they know how to be progressively claim that they know what's best, and it's one thing. Come into someone's neighborhood and tell them how they should live and how they should function and that's what these carpetbaggers have done. And I call them carpetbaggers because they come from the Midwest. Brad Landers is not a real New Yorker. He's this guy who came in here with all his influence and money, and he comes in here and he's going to tell New York what's good, and he has everybody jumping around like he's the great hope for New York City. Destroying this city. I want everybody remember that name plant landed. Don't vote for this guy. He's a disaster. Send him back to where he came from. Now an addition to these two You have other City Council members who want to strip not only City Council members. The public advocate Germany, Williams Another guy, another great guy. Wants to do the same thing. So let's not forget him. Now, Greg, I don't know if you're aware as head of the Teamsters union, it oversees his school safety agents who put the lives on the line. Every day. Especially soon the high school students will be coming back. Ah, lot of them A gangbangers Junior high school is back soon. There lot of gangs. We've seen the results of the shootouts in the streets throughout the pandemic. But your money Williams, who doesn't want any school safety agents, you know he lives on the garrison at Fort Hamilton behind the Wall, said it guarded by the United States. Military has 24 hour NYPD security. And yet he's saying everyone else shouldn't have security. But he's got the best security that exists in the world. You're telling me something? I don't know. I didn't know that. Yeah, well, you gotta get that know that you've got to get the word out because that's something he doesn't want known. I think you just get I think you just did. I think he just did. You told me you're telling listeners And of course you tell me Thank you for telling me that you know, it is really someone like that is dishonest Army here here is here. These these progressives and you're telling me that he lives in tow the best security That we have in New York City. These progressives what they did, and we can't forget what they did over the summer when they defunded the police. And what I mean by that is they didn't allow the police. Department, the hire new offices and that started in July, and now they were questioned 1000 officers to go into subway system because of established murders established and stabbings in the subway. Well, the police commission. It doesn't have to offices. Why? You are famous City Council defund. The police didn't hire the officers and the police department is short. Now people could begin to see this is not about right and wrong. This is about sensibility. This is about the funding law enforcement. Our streets are being taken over by criminals. How many times do we wake up in the headline is somebody got shot well has been every day since the pandemic. And we sort of police officers now the same group not they was successful and ruining the police department with the police officers on the street now and now they want to turn their focus to the schools, so I don't know what they expect. What the English both is. We're not all going to live in harmony and daisies that is the cheese to blood, sweat and tears. There's no freedom without somebody sacrificing their lives for the rest of us to be safe. That's what this country was built on. And that's what the world is built on. And these individuals who think that they could just say things and say, you know, we could get along ourselves. There'll be peace and harmony. We don't need anybody. They're wrong, because once the law enforcement come just taking away The gangs and criminals move in. Now. Great. Floyd. Where were you born and raised. I was born in Brooklyn. I was raised in Queens, Queens Village. I was born in Brooklyn. I lived there to 1974 with my parents in the movie When I was his age of 11 that we moved to Queens, and I grew up with the same Queens village was right next to Hollis round all the rappers around all that stuff that happened in Queens with the rap industry. And so you are obviously saw a lot of deterioration when the school security guard so we're not under the supervision of the police. I remember they used to get attacked. It was vicious retribution at times from gangs, and they wouldn't have backup because they didn't want the police to come in in the schools, so pretty much it would return to the way it used to be. I would think Yes. And I could tell you graduated High school in 1981. We didn't have Ah lot of school safety agents there, but the ones we knew which I didn't know too many, because it was a fairly good environment to school was very good. That was 1981 my same high schools on the list and they have metal detectors and I don't recognize the place. I started working for the teachers in 1994. And I could tell you the group that I was assigned to go and represent where it tucked away in rooms and every day's I would visit a different room in a different barrel. And there was school safety agents in there who were accused of the most heinous things in our school, and they call them school safety officers under the Board of Education. And what the board education did. Was They just left him there and if they were accused of anything They didn't adjudicated. The students graduated, and then they were exonerated. But they just stayed there in these rooms, and there were hundreds of them. Bunches of them. And I know what we came in. They didn't take him and they got rid of him. No, we do..
"queens queens village" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"I'm Kelly Dylan. Our next report at 11 51 on 10 10 wins. It's news time 11 42 lack of vaccine and multiple appointments systems are frustrating. Many of those eligible for a covert 19 vaccine, mayor de Blasio says New Yorkers continue to roll up their sleeves. Our goal this week is 125,000. I feel really good about that. I mean, this thing is just growing all the times. But demand is running ahead of supply Mount Sinai having to turn away those with appointments because they don't have the vaccine. There are other hospitals running the same problem. The state's distribution system, unable to keep up with the man helping hospitals, CEO Mitch Katz admits there's also confusion with multiple appointments systems. So we we've done our best. To try toe make this happen. Very, very quickly Catches advice. Be patient. Just keep trying. Al Jones 10 10 wins News. New York state has for now given the green light to indoor dining in orange cluster zones. This after a number of restaurants in western New York state sued Restaurants and parts of Westchester can resume indoor dining for now, but indoor dining remains banned in New York City governor Cuomo says he knows covert fatigue has set in and he knows the Yorkers crave normalcy. But he said, people still have to wear masks and social distance so we can get through this. Statewide. The positivity rate is 6.42% 202 additional deaths, New Jersey reporting nearly 6000 new confirmed cases and 94 additional deaths. Mayor De Blasio's thanking President elect Biden and soon to be Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer for clearing the way for a to New York City. Schumer said Covert costs are part of Disaster and FEMA will step up. The mayor says. This is very good to the female reimbursements do to us will now be achieved at a 100% level. Now we've talked about this a lot right now. Throughout this whole painful crisis, the city of New York Has had to cover 25% of all FEMA eligible expenses. FEMA eventually provided the other 75%. Now FEMA's going to cover the full 100%. The state and city should get roughly two billion total, which will go to the cost of dealing with the pandemic, which will help the city and state Deal with covert related budget problems. The president elect tonight outlined a nearly $2 trillion plan to help rescue America. We get more on that from correspondent Andy Field if Congress passes the Biden covert plan, it would be one of the most expensive ever US recovery package is 1.9 trillion to speed vaccines, testing and return Children to school billions more for state and local governments facing police and fire department layoffs, extending unemployment till the fall and A total of $2000 stimulus checks to most Americans Boxing Great George Foreman got vaccinated today in his urging others to step up the scary shot. I have to Was in Africa in 1974 Mohammed Ali to a straight right hand. That shot got me ever since then I've been able to deal with all the shots. No big deal, right? This is no big deal as a matter of thing is to most welcoming shot. I've had in my lifetime. Police investigating a deadly case of domestic violence at a home on Hampstead Avenue in Queens, Queens village. No history of domestic violence, calls it at home. A man is suspected of killing his father and possibly poisoning three other family members in the hallway of the building. Police say they found what a neighbor described person that discovered the emotionally disturbed.
"queens queens village" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Seen her on TV as an MSNBC political analyst she also teaches campaign management at the Columbia University school of international and public affairs and Corinne John Pierre has a new book called moving forward a story of hope hard work and the promise of America it's part memoir of this Haitian American from queens medical manifesto one of her chapters is called flawed candidates they are everywhere enough said that she's worked in the past four campaigns of John Edwards and Anthony Weiner for example Korean it's a pleasure to have you here welcome to the I have to tell you I think I was telling you earlier I am such a fan I I think you are one of this the smartest people out there I love hearing your voice I love hearing your commentary you do a great show and so thank you for what you do and so just wanted to make sure is and I said that blushing having seen on television a lot but we never met or spoken to hear that you're listen I'm really glad can you tell us some of your family's migration story how do wind up in queens yeah so Hey it's it's so he was a long treks of both my parents were born and raised in Haiti and from there my dad left first to go to Martinique to just find a better way of life and to find work left my mom behind and then when he was ready my mom moved to Martinique and then I was born in Martinique year to later and then you know it's always been on their mind that they wanted to come to the United States because you know this is about forty years ago and they you know they and they understood and the stories were you come to America and you will have a better life you will have opportunities you can you do you could either raise your family in a way that you can give them what you want to give them and so that's kind of the story for martini went to France and then came to came to New York grew up in queens queens village two twelve street Jamaica Avenue shot out to queens village and kind of grew up from grew from the group from there I grew up on two hundred tenth street there we go I see you were originally planning to become a doctor before you wound up in politics what well I hope some of you I think some of you your your listeners will will appreciate the story coming from immigrant family you grow up in in the culture where you are taught that it in order to be successful you have to be a lawyer or doctor engineer and that those are the three things that my parents presented to me and believed that is your success that's where you can reach the American dream and for for they they chose being a doctor and so that was for you my whole childhood elementary through high school and into college that is what I believe that I was going to be and you know was rough it wasn't meant for me you know you got to take the M. cats that so that's not an easy task and so it came to kind of a wall there and I realize well this is not going to happen for me and then I promised my parents that I would go to graduate school and make sure that I would continue my career and not ended with undergrad and I did that ended up at Columbia University school of international public affairs David Dinkins was there as as a you know clearly or former former mayor first African American mayor was there as a professor he became a mentor there was Esther Fuchs professor Esther Fuchs who became a mentor to me and it was just having the right people around me trying to figure things out during grad school did not know at that time even in grad school that I would go into politics and I I went to Haiti for the first time on a school trip and for workshop that we were doing for our second year as for the master's program and I wanted to come back and do something I wanted to come back and help people is particular people you know people from from my country my parents country and so I decided to go into politics and change policy and be part of of you know changing it from the side of government and your site the events of nine eleven and a growing connection to your Haitian roots as seminal turning points in your political awakening in what way was nine eleven that for you well you know I think that speaking for myself I think you can be in a bubble you know growing up here at least I did I was in a bubble just focused on myself focused on my career trying to figure out what was next I was young and when September eleventh happened it opened up a whole new kind of discussion in conversation about what was happening outside of the United States and if you you know we we just felt very vulnerable we were in a very vulnerable state and so it caused me to it was like a catalyst for me to start learning more about what was going on out there what was our relationships with other country what was what was happening and and also it was interesting because a program that I was in school of international public affairs in this was the first week this old September eleventh for me happened the first week of of graduate school at Columbia University and that particular school is incredibly diverse you have people from everywhere in late Saturday chair right international of glee and and so it's just kind of open up that space and also led me to go back to Haiti and really focus on what was going on in Haiti who who I was because growing up I have to tell you bring growing up in the eighties and nineties it was a stigma to be from for of Haitian of Haitian roots right it was there was this for a while overall falsely consider this group for each of the exactly and so and so there was I never appreciated the culture and the history the rich wonderful history of Haiti being the first black Republic getting there you know winning the revolution in eighteen oh four I mean all of these things that I need never really appreciated and it was then that I kind of stepped into that space and learning the history and learning who I was and who I came from and if it's so interesting how nine eleven I think for some people made them even more more cloistered in a certain respect USA USA we're victims good guys bad guys and for other people it made them more open to the rest of the world like wait what was going on out there not to have any sympathy for al Qaeda but that the many complicated factors that contributed to that that's exactly right it's incredibly complicated it's not an easy you know it's not you can't talk about it in just one conversation there multiple conversations to be had and like I say like you just said it opened up you do kind of my my like my brain my you know kind of like what is going on out there what is it that I need to be to be knowing as now an adult right in the space when I was in my twin my mid twenties so what was it like for you to hear the president trump called your ancestral homeland an **** country it was you know people ask me why did I write the book I wrote the book because I wanted to be honest and raw Intel personal story my personal story but also be inspirational let people know that look I had this really rough upbringing and I made it you know I made it through I persevered and when I knocked down I got back up and in this process of writing the book when Donald Trump said that those words and it was I believe January of twenty eighteen was very early in twenty eighteen it was heart breaking it was it was rough because you hear it you know under this president and let's be let's be really clear I wanna be really clear like that a lot of things that are happening now the reason the bigotry the misogyny the homophobia from this present has been around for a long time he has just given it a different type of voice a different type of a light that I've not seen in my generation and so when he said that coming from the perch of the White House occupying the White House being the president the commander in chief it hit it hit so hard in this anti immigrant sentiment that he has is so devastating so there is the **** countries from the from the mouth of the president on a country that I love the country of my parents' birth and then there's the separation of children at at the border from their families I mean there is this on and on and on of of of this awful policy by this president and I thought you know this is not this is not okay in so many levels and I want to write this book to really give voice to people my guest if you're just joining us is Corinne Sean pia chief public affairs officer from MoveOn dot org maybe you've seen on TV is an MSNBC political analyst fuel for teachers campaign management at her alma mater as we just learned the Columbia University school of international and public affairs and her new book is called moving forward a story of hope hard work and the promise of America we can take some phone calls for a career John PM maybe some of you see her on TV as a political analyst or react to what she's saying here also we're going to start really talking about current affairs when we come back from a break we're gonna talk about impeachment we're talk about the democratic political race of presidential race so stay with us call in if you want two one two four three three W. NYC two one two four three three nine six nine two more after this on the next fresh air Allison Moore the country music singer has a new memoir.
"queens queens village" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Shower and pockets of drizzle high seventy one degrees tonight we could see a heavy thunderstorm in the evening otherwise just cloudy and sticky low sixty eight tomorrow warm and humid with a mix of clouds and sun maybe a shower or thunderstorm in spots in the afternoon and evening high tomorrow eighty seven degrees for pride festivities in the city monday mostly sunny and less humid high eighty one and tuesday sunny high seventy nine right now sixty two and cloudy humidity eighty six percent the wind east at eight miles per hour gusting to eighteen repeating the current temperature sixty two going up to seventy one in midtown wins news time one oh six police are trying to figure out why a seventy year old man was stabbed to death in the driveway right in front of his home in queens queens village last night cops got the call at around nine thirty about an assault in progress they got to one hundred four th avenue in two hundred twentieth street and found george bartoli stabbed in the neck he died at the hospital no word on any suspects or motive the nypd is also hoping to identify a groper who targeted women and girls leaving broadway show last night this creep squeezed into the crowd leaving annastasia at the broadhurst theatre and reached under people's clothes and pushed up against them at least three young women and teens reported being touched and people if at theater we've spoken with have been on alert it seems like the area is family finally obviously anesthesia which is a very family centered musical are also lots of cameras in the theater district so cops do have a picture of the suspect which you could see at ten ten wins dot com anyone with information is asked to call crime stoppers.
"queens queens village" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"The smoke take it takes over but officials say the victims ranged in all my lord two years old the twenty one years old you don't even like the report this some of the victims are trapped in the attic frankie five six words are al you didn't news on this correct yes earlier yes and they know they don't know but the circumstances and how the fire started but it was a very quick fire panel department responded with in four minutes of the caller ready the house was in engulfed in flames what how yeah how frankie will be here this is everything about this is tragic the two young children dying beyond rhetoric one man jumped from a second floor window in this queens village home to escape the the shooting range in the next smoke that's how bad the situation was that this guy said let me take my chances jumping out of a window instead of dealing with the blames and the smoke so it's a it's a we don't know as said how this started know it's just it's a tragic situation stay on our hearts go out to the families in the neighborhood there in queens to injured knee street in queens queens village condolences prayers and our hearts go out to such a such a set story seven seventeen with fiscal let me go to myra in new jersey good morning myra how you doing this morning running i love you thank you thank you so much hey what do you think this morning to grow yes police well i president trump is going to risk your considering all go underground mcgregor can't angelina and i tell you can we had eight years of obama were ruining our country i think we should be very blessed area pressuring trying so hard hit you only can could trigger country yeah i hear you margaret thank you so much thanks for listening for your kind words indeed i tend to agree i liked that he lease is attacking certain things even if they're just like an order that he signs that isn't really law at least he trying to do things they see that i like that he's has a very strong i think in our national defense policy in mad dog mattis and homeland security.