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NBA-led walkout over Jacob Blake's shooting marks evolution of protest in pro sports

CBS News Weekend Roundup

03:01 min | 3 months ago

NBA-led walkout over Jacob Blake's shooting marks evolution of protest in pro sports

"N B, A to MLB to MLS, Tennessee NFL and some college teams, players walked off of basketball and tennis courts and practice fields to show solidarity and support social justice in the wake of the police shooting of Jacob Blake. A black man in Kenosha, Wisconsin. We asked Richard Lap Chick, head of the Institute for Diversity and Ethics and Sport at the University of Central Florida. Whether folks should be surprised sports activism in the sixties. You know, we're talking about Tommy spoken John Carlos and Mohammed Ali. Basically. They're the central figures and already face going to prison. As a result of refusing to go to Vietnam, Carlson spent literally were unemployed for seven years. After the Iraqis were athletes who took risks of their careers, in some cases, maybe even their lives. But today we have entered a different era that impacted Decision by the end, Bekah and its players association following the lead of more inbox. To cancel games to protest. What's going on over social justice issue is really unprecedented. Having those numbers and the unison. That took place on and then spread to other leads the WN ba Major League Soccer baseball individual athletes taking stands. We're in a completely different era. Athlete activism today than we were two years ago, and somebody has tried to get out there to be active during the whole 50 years. It's incredibly hard for me to see what we're doing, because I think we had to somebody more focus on innovation situation in the United States because of the impact of the pandemic and reopening schools are focused. It shifted from the racial reckoning to the pandemic, and that's gonna help us keep focused on both. Does this matter, Maurine the current climate in the nation in a year that the future of America is is going to be decided in a couple of weeks at the polls. And everybody's sense of anticipation on Racism on white supremacy, Uh, heightened because of that Ueno, where the turning point, he says things have changed among team owners. This represented a dramatic shift. Um, the the almost I think have have seen the life and they seem what happened in Washington. With the Washington football in this year, reopening the discussion on America literally being founded by actually genocide against indigenous people. On it was because we went through that name change. We're finally after all these years with the Washington team. That we started talking about indigenous people again in ways that we haven't sometimes so once again, it's a sports story that's opening the window on putting the spotlight on and we're watching That's Richard Lap chick at the University of Central Florida.

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"richard lap" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:41 min | 3 months ago

"richard lap" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Players do want to continue the season Richard Lap dickheads, the Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport at the University of Central Florida just miles away from the N B. A bubble of Disney World Lap, Chick says MBA players can have more of an impact by resuming the games rather than walking away. If they stay here, the attention is going to be focused on the embassy, where be watching the court every night that says Black lives matter. We're going to be interviewing athletes are going to be talking about What's going on in the country lap, Chick says playing will present a better opportunity to keep the discussion going. Peter KING, CBS NEWS Orlando The Trump campaign, says President Trump will touch on unrest in cities in tonight's convention speech, and he will say at no time before have AIDS voters faced a clearer choice between two parties to visions to philosophize or two agendas. Government says more than a million people filed claims for unemployment benefits last week, Bank Great economist Mark Hamrick says it's further evidence our jobs comeback has stole. This has persisted for 23 straight weeks with no obvious and insight, and this is very much in contrast to the everything is fine theme of this week's Republican National Convention. Big change from the Federal Reserve, indicating it will keep interest rates near zero even after inflation has exceeded the 2%. Get level that boosted stocks today for awhile. Abit stock is going up. The government approved its rapid Covad test right now the Dow is up 64. This is CBS News. Presented by Rocket mortgage need to know what it takes for a home loan to fit your budget and your family rocket can visit rocket mortgage dot com today. It's 10 03 at the Bay Area's new station, KCBS. Patchy drizzle and fog this morning, then partly cloudy at the coast and sunshine inland. Good morning in for Rebecca Corral. I'm Archie Schaffer. Here's what's happening. The Giants and the Dodgers plan to play a double header later today after last night's game was canceled when the Dodgers chose not to play in the wake of the shooting by police of Jacob Lake in Wisconsin. Hey, CBS Sports director Steve Baker joins us Live with more on the story. That's right. Margie Giants Dodgers doubleheader at the one o'clock A three major league Baseball games were postponed yesterday and last night, including The Giants and the Dodgers with Giants President Larry Bear, saying professional sports teams Khun B, a powerful conduit for change its specific actions. I think internally in our organization, we're talking about actions. Um what are diversity, equity and inclusion counsel and I think the first step is listening. The first step is getting being noticed and standing up and being counted and that's what happened last night. Is that The special sports industry proud of them stood up and what's accountable. Giants president Larry Bear on KCBS this morning Me time in the MBA. All three playoff game scheduled for today have been postponed, but there was No more talk of canceling the playoffs. There's a good chance the games will continue tomorrow. While the pressure being applied to state legislatures to enact legitimate police reform is certain to heat up. Steve Vicar, KCBS. Thank you, Steve. Hours of protest in downtown Oakland overnight left broken windows, fire damage and several arrests. KCBS reporter Tim Ryan with more. It'll be a day of cleanup and repairs along Broadway, Clay Grand Avenue and around Lake Merritt. A crowd of Hunter He's gathering at Frank Ogawa Plaza before marching and clashing with police. K p x five reporter Joe Vasquez unseen There.

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"richard lap" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:48 min | 3 months ago

"richard lap" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Called off practice today on the heels of last night's boycott that scrapped the MBA playoff schedule and three MLB games. Reports say N. Ba players do want to continue the season Richard Lap dickheads, the Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport at the University of Central Florida, just miles away from the N B. A bubble of Disney World Lap, Chick says MBA players can have more of an impact by resuming the games rather than walking away. If they stay here, the attention is going to be focused on the embassy, where be watching the court every night that says Black lives matter. We're going to be interviewing athletes are going to be talking about what's going on in the country lap, Chick says playing well. Is that a better opportunity to keep the discussion going? Peter King. CBS NEWS Orlando The Trump campaign, says President Trump will touch on unrest in cities in tonight's convention speech, and he will say at no time before have AIDS voters faced a clearer choice between two parties to visions to philosophize or two agendas. Government says more than a million people filed claims for unemployment benefits last week, Bank great economist Mark Cameron says it's further evidence our jobs comeback has stole. This has persisted for 23 straight weeks with no obvious and insight, and this is very much in contrast to the everything is fine theme of this week's Republican National Convention. Big change from the Federal Reserve, indicating it will keep interest rates near zero even after inflation has exceeded the 2%. Get level that boosted stocks today for awhile. Abbott stock is going up. The government approved its rapid Covad test right now the Dow is up 64. This is CBS News. Presented by Rocket mortgage need to know what it takes for a home loan to fit your budget and your family.

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"richard lap" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show

The Darren Smith Show

04:35 min | 6 months ago

"richard lap" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show

"Traumatic in the black community about. Bringing up memories, maybe not so much. What might have happened to them and their lifetime, but to grant grandfathers and fathers, and and members of their family in the with that confederate symbol has stood for. That's why I've made a good step in a long overdue step in doing that today. And lastly you mentioned, and you wrote in the Orlando Sentinel that you are hopeful that you really feel like like this is This is a turning point, not just in sports, but in our country you have access to too many people Kareem abdul-jabbar amongst them. And one. What is the sense that you get from conversations that you've had? You are hopeful are. Do you find that that others are equally as hopeful as you are based on everything? We've seen over the last two weeks. You Know Kareem has been talking about. he has hope and history. He has hope that things are GonNa Change But history tells them. That's really going to be hard to happen. I think it depends on your perspective You have to have a sense of what you think is happening today and I think. Green statements after that that was about ten days ago. Have Been, but then he sees that diverse. Group out there, protesting the street, speaking up taking risks of that, they might have taken before because he feels as do I that. America is really awakening to the effect of racism more than they ever have before. Dr Patrick. We appreciate it. Again at and I would encourage everybody to. Find some some of what you have written. You've written a ton of bucks. You're constantly writing for the Business Journal for ESPN DOT com a guest writing for the Orlando Sentinel. Many other places as well Nelson. Mandela is in your in your past Jesse. Jackson Kareem abdul-jabbar just to name a few really appreciate you taking the time to do this We've learned a lot. We appreciate your insight. Thank you for having me on the show? Thank you Dr Richard Lap Check again a professor who is with the University of Central Florida somebody who has not only talked to talk, but as we mentioned there walk the walk describing some of the things that he's experienced in his life as the son of Joe, lap check who maybe isn't the most famous basketball coach average as somebody who I would have known for my experiences, growing up in love and basketball around New York City because he was coach at my Alma Mater, and he was a coach of the Knicks before I was even born, and how his life has been shaped by seeing some of the things because his dad signed a black player that they hung. In effigy outside of his window in a New York suburb, he wrote about he also wrote about getting phone calls back then when you had landlines at home and you could, you could find anyone's phone number like in the phone book and the white in the is the white pages where the PEOP-. Angry racists would call the home and sometimes you think he's five or six years old..

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"richard lap" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show

The Darren Smith Show

05:09 min | 6 months ago

"richard lap" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show

"It's going to go to one morning on Costian. Richard sued the padres take with the eighth overall pick, and why this bizarre draft, maybe one of the most important in major league baseball history will tell you why tomorrow we'll see. It's six on Xtra Thirteen, sixty and FM one zero three. I Landon Donovan GonNa Join US coming up in our number two coming up our number, three Dr, Richard Lap check will join us, and we will talk to him. About the role of sports, as we start talking social justice and How Different Leagues are at handling? Issues of race. Equality, hiring practices, this is a big part of what Dr Richard Lap does on I did a little bit of background reading on this earlier, and he gives out grades for how leagues or structured etc, how a diversity diversity hiring things along those lines and. I thought that baseball would be pretty bad at this baseball actually is not too terrible at this. It's just you know it's that it's so diverse. It's just diverse in a different way. It's diverse in that you don't have a lot of black players, but you do have. It's national international players right? A lot of people from the Dominican Republic Venezuela CETERA and. Their manager hiring is is okay so. It's an interesting because you know sometimes you can. You can draw incorrect conclusions, and then you can go to people who studied this sort of stuff. Basil makeup of of the players. Betsy right right now, and that's that's a baseball thing. I mean I think that's also a young thing as it relates to baseball, so yeah, we'll. We'll speak with him coming up a little later on really just a what a what a story on Dr Richard Object and I really do hope that some of you who are searching unless you think well that conversation fizzled out, didn't it? You know it sort of came and went and I. Don't think so I think it's putting park. Park for quite a while, and I think somebody who's who's devoted his entire life to the subject matter. Literally he's devoted his entire life to the subject matter, so I can't think of too many people who were going to make us smarter than Dr Richard. Lap joining us in our number three and let me great and to your point on wondering if people are thinking. Hey, you know it's going to be back burner now the. Protests protests are are pretty much over the funeral. George Floyd was laid to rest yesterday. There seems to be the buzz gun away..

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"richard lap" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show

The Darren Smith Show

04:00 min | 6 months ago

"richard lap" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show

"We want to support restaurant gift. Gift cards this is when the when the restaurants are open. We're only open for for pickup and delivery. Right and I I think before they were able to deliver alcohol so really early in the process very early on now we're finding out little Italy on India, street in fact will become the pilot case to have alfresco dining tables out there bars out there on the street. It's very exciting if I were definitely going. Going to be in town this weekend. I would absolutely go to India Street while I'm pretty sure I would go to India Street and see what that looks like Saturday between five and ten o'clock, but Jeff Rosman. Who again is the president of the San Diego? Chapter of the California Restaurant Association will join us, and we'll just talk some shop for ten minutes. Get an update. How's everything going? What are some of the? The challenges you know. What is the toll already? Etcetera Etcetera Etcetera, coming up our number two. We're going to speak with landon. Donovan, who missed yesterday? For whatever reason but landon will be available to us as we know US planning on coming back on July eleven, so we'll talk with landon about what that looks like what it's been like in training and practice sessions. Etc. I'm told that they are allowed to to totally. Go Eleven on eleven, but will let land and explain that and then our number three. This is a name that that I know the last name lap check. His is Dr Richard Lap check. He will join us and I know that because his dad coached at Saint John's and dad was also head coach of the New York next the lap chick name. In new. York City is a really really big. Big Deal His dad's part of the Saint John's hall of fame, and is responsible for like three or four, an IT titles and people go like an it back. When I was the prestigious basketball tournament, he really was so influential, and I can remember being in College in broadcasting from the Joe Lap Chick Holiday Memorial Tournament. Oh is that right because we had a tournament that was named after Dr. Chicks Dad who was a basketball coach? Obviously he is. An activist he is an educator. He's an author. I would invite you between now and two o'clock just to to look up who Richard Lab. Chick is He has been on the front lines of. Equality and activism raise in sports. He's considered one of the foremost experts on the subject of race and sports, and it's not just that he talks the talking. This is a guy who's walked the walk. I'll read you a clip from something. He wrote in the Orlando Sentinel. Reach recently in which you know in the seventies. He was actually attacked in his office for speaking of about racial injustice. He was attacked and somebody used a pair of scissors to carve the N. word into his stomach. So you know this is a guy who's been there who has been personally? Invited to sit with NASA Nelson Mandela, somebody who is lifelong friends with Kareem abdul-jabbar. There's a lot like this this to me. This is a name that I knew the name I didn't know a lot about Richard Lap check, but I knew a lot about his dad. Obviously so he's GonNa join US coming up in our number three and he's invested his entire life into the subject about race sports honored violence. This is honored. By Jesse Jackson Rainbow Push, coalition in two thousand, nine for the lifetime achievement in working for civil rights, craziest resumes insane..

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"richard lap" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

03:13 min | 11 months ago

"richard lap" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"New Year new budgets. Every small business has unique needs when you partner with a Dell Small Business Technology advisor you get real time tailored advice you'll even give you a free audit on your servers and storage devices to develop a custom solution solution to help improve your company's productivity plus right now upgrade to windows ten and get up to forty five percent off select business computers with Intel core processors officers to speak with Adele adviser call eight seven seven by Dell. That's eight seven seven by Dell. Here's here's another story. I want you to know on Tuesday to. NFL teams announced that they had picked their next head coach. The Carolina Panthers Selected Baylor head coach map rule and the giants who reportedly also going after roll with Patriots Wide Receiver coach. Joe Judge a scoop. All fans process the news and and in some cases I'm guessing learned that judge exists a number of analysts for players and fans pointed out that after these latest hires. Just three of the leaks. Six head coaches Pittsburgh's Mike Tomlin allies Anthony Lynn. In Miami's Brian Flores are black as opposed to seventy percent of the players. Now there's at least one spot open. The Cleveland. Browns haven't announced replacement for fired head coach Freddie Kitchens yet but it's evident that after the ranks of non white head coaches grew for years. Here's hitting eight not too long ago. They've since rapidly declined this fall. Richard Lap tick the director of the Institute for Diversity and Ethics in sport. Publishes Publishes Annual Report on the issue and gave the NFL its lowest grade since he started collecting data fifteen years ago. Now I imagine there are people who are hearing this and saying to themselves teams should be allowed to hire the best possible candidates and I absolutely agree but I'm not sure that's happening four years ago. Oh I wrote about a study from professors at Georgetown. George Washington emery in Iowa state who found that white position coaches in assistance or more than twice as likely to be promoted to coordinator roles regardless of their background given that many of the coaches promoted since then have a market lack of experience rule for example spent very little time in the NFL and judge was most recently a position coach. I would be surprised if that's changed now. This doesn't mean. NFL teams are actively seeking seeking to discriminate against qualified candidates. The reasons for these things as is the case in fields outside of sports are insidiously complex in football all the roots of the problem can be traced to college where the numbers aren't much better or even lowest levels of the sport networks also play a role and so do trends. NFL teams. These are more likely than ever to hire offensive minded head coaches and there were just two black offensive coordinators. This season one of him the chiefs Eric. The enemy would seem to merit narrative closer. Look from Cleveland. But just because the factors behind the absence of diversity at the league's highest levels can be difficult to untangle doesn't mean we shouldn't try and above all acknowledged that the gap exists and this has been E._s._p._N.. Daily I'll talk to you tomorrow..

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"richard lap" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"richard lap" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"News time is one twenty. Well, no charges will be filed against a former New Jersey state official accused of sexually assaulting another worker while they were both campaign staffers to give governor Phil Murphy, elected Middlesex County prosecutor's office. Put out a statement yesterday, saying the case against Albert Alvarez lacked credible evidence Alvarez was accused by Katie Brennan of attacking her back in two thousand seventeen and it only went public when she told the story to the Wall Street Journal last October because she said her complaints filed within the Murphy administration went nowhere. Well, Alvarez has denied the assault. There is now a legislative investigation into how the administration handled the matter over two years now since quarterback Colin Kaepernick lead NFL pre-game protests against racial inequality and police brutality. Putting the league at the center of a social debate around athlete activism, which costs capper, Nick he has not been hired since. And now comes the latest annual report card on the league's how. Hiring practices. The NFL gets an a minus for racial hiring practices only a see on gender for an overall. Be Richard lap. Jake heads the institute for diversity at ethics in sport at the university of central Florida. He says the season started with a record number of head coaches of color. They had eight which would be in the category itself. Of course, it was graded right now, it'd be substantially less than that. Because five were eventually fired. This could very well be a cycle that isn't going being noteworthy over longer time. Lapse says the league is far ahead of its teams for both race and gender in high level front office hires. Peter King CBS news Orlando still no L train service west of union square in these weird early morning hours after Wednesday mornings water main break the water receded quickly. But the damage was done a large portion of seventh avenue between fifteenth and fourteenth streets is buckled and subway equipment. Was damaged says.

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"richard lap" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"richard lap" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"It ask us the clothing food pharmacy different than a food pantry. She seemed food as medicine that's food pharmacy director, Dr SABA cons. She says nutritionist involved with the pharmacy, not only be distributing healthy food. But also looking at some of the social determinants of health of their patients sleeping talking the talk for a while. And then we're looking as to why patients aren't having good health outcomes. It's because we're not looking deep enough. Brooke bell is a mom whose family is one of the first to participate in shops food lab program. She says folks are forced to make cheaper poorer choices when the budget doesn't stretch to cover food for the whole month. But she points out. There was a time when her family was doing just fine. But then when my husband got cancer that is like crazy, and what people don't understand is how you get to this point St Louis makes you liquidate everything you have then you can apply for medical and food stamps at the shops specialty care site. Hadas Kuznits, KYW NewsRadio manual report card gives the NFL mixed grade for diversity in its hiring practices. The NFL gets an a minus for racial hiring practices only a Seon gender for an overall be Richard lap. Jack heads the institute for diversity and ethics in sport at the university of central Florida. He says the season started with a record number of head coaches of color. They had eight which would be in the category itself. Of course, it was graded right now, it'd be substantially less than that. Because five were eventually fired could very well be cycle that. Isn't going to be noteworthy over longer time lab? Chick says the league is far ahead of its teams for both race and gender in high level front office hires. Peter King CBS news Orlando at three twenty five type for money. News on KYW with Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger, stocks are mixed in the final hour of trading. The Dow Jones industrials are up one hundred twenty five points or half a percent twenty four thousand five twenty nine. The NASDAQ is down eighteen points. A quarter percent the S and P five hundred is down. Just one point. Proctor and gamble. Shares. Are higher PNG reported strong quarterly sales every segment of its business except grooming. It blames the popularity and staying power of beards for that. Comcast quarterly results. Top Wall Street estimates strengthened the company's high speed internet service offset a decline in pay TV subscribers workers wages increased three point four percent. Over the last year. According to a new report from ADP. The report says the average wage rose to twenty. Eight dollars six cents an hour pay for workers and education health services and trade saw some of the biggest games the.

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"richard lap" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"richard lap" Discussed on KCBS All News

"At the potential fallout from the newly announced Nike Colin Kaepernick campaign relief fireworks at the confirmation hearings for supreme court nominee, Brad Kavanagh. I'm STAN Bunger. It's nine thirty one. CBS news special report, motions would not be proper at this time. It's been a day of disruptions at the Senate confirmation hearing for supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh Republicans like Utah's Orrin Hatch have been interrupted by protesters more than three hundred. Your opinion span nearly five thousand pages in length. Democrats tried but failed to stop the hearing Vermont's Patrick layhee can be and should be the conscious of the nation. Today with this hearing is they complain Republicans have withheld tens of thousands of documents on cavenaugh from his time in the Bush administration. California's Dianne Feinstein, and they rushed into this hearing ninety three percent of the records from Kavanagh's tenure in the White House. Have not been provided to the Senate CBS news special report, I'm Steve Keva. KCBS news time nine thirty two Nike's thirtieth anniversary just do it ad features a picture of former forty Niners quarterback, Colin Kaepernick. And the words believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything they have sparked praise and boycotts in the years in the hours since it was released online to talk about it. We're joined live on the KCBS ring central Newsline by Richard lap. Jack expert on sports and social issues who runs the institute for diversity and ethics in sport at the university of central Florida. Thanks very much for joining us. What was your initial reaction? I was really among those who are really happy to see it. I thought this extends Colin kaepernick's, very important voice. I thought it was an important statement for Nike. I saw that. Both both other major shoe companies were flirting with him in case Nike didn't renew the deal. So I'm glad he stayed with Nike, and and they went ahead with this campaign. So the cynics says Nike is looking to leverage the notoriety or visibility of Colin Kaepernick and doesn't care too much about his issues cares. More about selling shoes. The response to that. Nike has always put 'em. And if you watch their commercials over the years they've had very progressive commercials in the last decade in terms of gender in terms of race in terms of the LGBTQ issue. They've been really on the cutting edge of this, and yes that gets them attention. But there are also people who are critical of all those things. So they know they were going to lose some customers as well. By taking those stands. I'm heard people complaining that Nike is politicizing the campaign. But they've always had very like you said, very sort of edgy messages. Yeah. It's it's a consistent message from the of them, you know, they were back in the nineteen nineties or subject of a boycott because of child labor, and I think that boycott was global kind of shook them to their core and made them rethink their principles and and ever since that point they've been one shoe company that's consistently been taking stands on progressive issues. And in the marketplace of ideas, but of apparel and shoes is that a plus for Nike? I think it will make I think it will reinforce consumers who feel that. The message is something they wanna hear and it might hurt consumers that her Nike with consumers that you know, oppose Colin Kaepernick actions both on the field. And now with Nike's commercials. How long before we see any ripple effects, and are there other companies that are watching this. Well, I think the whole world of sports marketing is probably watching this and and trying to figure out if this is something that they want to jump in on. I think that you know, we've seen varying degrees of companies from Papa John's last year. Taking the stand. Tracing the history of activism in sports. You've you have some notable big names Muhammed, Ali certainly jump to mind. But here's a guy with a with a relatively brief and undistinguished NFL career who has become a much bigger name for what he did off the field. And on the field is how does that fit into our conversation about athletes, activism, commerce, and so on? Well, I've been somebody who's encouraged athletes to take stands for more than fifty years. Now, it's been very rare that they've actually done that whenever they did it they paid a price and the day that that Colin Kaepernick sat down during the anthem, which he did before he actually knelt I turned to my wife, and I said this will be his last season in the NFL in that proved to be the case athletes are still taking risks by standing up, and I think what con- Capra neck allowed to have happened is to have hundreds of athletes both in the NFL and another sports take a United stand, and when athletes take a United stand together it's much harder to create a sanction against them or to penalize them. So that he's kind of opened a pathway for others to follow on. This is now in the commercial space as well as the playing space to that point. Does this then make it easier for others to say, hey, look, it's not only not gonna hurt me. It might help me. You know, I think athletes have seen the way LeBron James has been kind of elevated by the things he's done Steph curry and other athletes who have been consistent in the last couple of years and taking stands have had their status raised in the community and as as commercial entities themselves. Thanks for your time this morning, Richard lap chick is the man behind the institute for diversity and ethics in sport. At the university of central Florida. It is nine thirty seven KCBS, traffic and weather update neck it's.

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"richard lap" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"richard lap" Discussed on KCBS All News

"For the homeless some of the city's biggest businesses including amazon and starbucks are now funding november referendum to repeal the tax jim shanavie cbs news it's twelve oh five at the bay area's news station kcbs partly to mostly cloudy again today with fog at the coast good morning i'm leery sharoni here's what's happening is our news watch continues the forty niners refused to vote for the new policy the nfl approved yesterday regarding the national anthem kcbs reported accelerated says the compromise would force players to stand for the star spangled banner or stay in the locker room there was a time when this version of the star spangled banner was considered subversive now guitarists routinely emulate jimi hendrix before ball games but the nfl says kneeling during the national anthem remains disrespectful and players who are on the field must stand or their team will be fine this all began of course when forty niners quarterback colin kaepernick neil not the protest the military or veterans but racial inequality in police brutality in america there are a lot of things that are going on there unjust people aren't being held accountable for and that's something that needs to change now cabinet is unemployed richard lap chick head of the institute for diversity and in sport at the university of central florida tells kcbs the nfl won't make things better with this new approach i don't see it as much of a compromise them more than disappointed with the decision it certainly gives the peer instead of trying to silence the players after time when it seemed like relationship with players had improved lap chick says players are likely to find some other way to protest in the locker room or in the tunnel is really not an answer they the players need to find a way to get their voice back forty niners owner jed york of stained from the vote because he didn't feel the players were consulted enough doug sovereign kcbs wednesday was a big day for forty niners linebacker ruben foster kcbs is my cogan says a domestic violence charge was facing was dismissed by a south bay judge the.

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"richard lap" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"richard lap" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The bay area's news station kcbs cloudy again tomorrow cool temperatures mostly sixties we start to warm up again but not until sunday i'm john evans here's what's happening the forty niners refused to vote for the new nfl policy regarding the national anthem kcbs doug sovereign says the compromise will force players to stand for the star spangled banner or stay in the locker room until the game begins there was a time when this version of the star spangled banner was considered subversive now guitarist routinely emulate jimi hendrix before ball games but the nfl says kneeling during the national anthem remains disrespectful and players who are on the field must stand or their team will be fine this all began of course when forty niners quarterback colin kaepernick neil not to protest the military or veterans but racial inequality and police brutality in america there are a lot of things that are going on their unjust people aren't being held accountable for and that's something that needs to change now cabinet is unemployed richard lap chick head of the institute for diversity and ethics in sport at the university of central florida tells kcbs the nfl won't make things better with this new approach i don't see it as much of a compromise them more than disappointed with the decision it certainly gives the appearance of trying to silence the players after a time it seemed like the relationship with players had improved lap chick says players are likely to find some other way to protest in the locker room or in the tunnel is really not an answer they the players need to find a way to get their voice back forty niners owner jed york of stained from the vote because he didn't feel the players were consulted enough doug sovereign kcbs san francisco forty niner reuben foster is off the hook kcbs is my colgan says a domestic violence charge was dismissed today by a south bay judge the.

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"richard lap" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"richard lap" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Nfl players are not be allowed to kneel during the national anthem anymore but the forty niners abstained from today's otherwise unanimous vote approving that new policy kcbs reported exuberance says the former niners quarterback was sparked this whole controversy remains unemployed there was a time when this version of the star spangled banner was considered subversive now qatar thirteen lee emulate jimi hendrix before ball games but the nfl says kneeling during the national anthem remains disrespectful and players who are on the field must stand or their team will be fine this all began of course when forty niners quarterback colin kaepernick neil not to protest the military or veterans but racial inequality and police brutality in america there are a lot of things that are going on their unjust people aren't being held accountable for and that's something that needs to change now cabinet nick is unemployed richard lap chick head of the institute for diversity and ethics in sport at the university of central florida tells kcbs the nfl won't make things better with this new approach i don't see it as much of a compromise them more than disappointed with the decision it certainly gives me appearance of trying to silence the players after time when it seemed like the relationship with players had improved lap chick says players are likely to find some other way to protest in the locker room or in the tunnel is really not an answer they the players need to find a way to get their voice back forty niners owner jed york abstained from the vote because he didn't feel the players were consulted enough doug sovereign kcbs the.

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"richard lap" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"richard lap" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Locker room richard lap chick head of the university of central florida's institute for diversity and ethics in sport thinks the new rule is a mistake in terms of letting the players speak their mind i talk we were making great progress last year and this is a pretty tall to that progress lap chick tells kcbs he expects the players will simply link arms race fists or find some new way to express protests i think they need to have a voice and they're gonna have to find out an alternative way to get that forty niners owner jed york feels the players didn't have enough input in this process he abstained from the vote doug sovereign kcbs tesla ficials say they've recovered enough data to confirm that the auto pilot feature was not engaged on a model less involved in a deadly crash sunday night in unincorporated alameda county according to the california highway patrol thirty four year old keith leon died when his vehicle which was travelling north in the eleven hundred block of crow canyon road ended up in a pond the chp says it cannot confirm that autopilot was not engage adding that it has retrieved and is now analyzing the tesla systems saying that the federal government is cutting funds for hiv prevention and treatment the mayor of san francisco is proposing additional city money go toward it kcbs this gentleman has more from san francisco general hospital one of the medical professionals welcoming this move is dr diane handler who's been working on hiv and aids since the epidemic began she says over the last four years san francisco has seen about a fifty percent reduction in new hiv infections now contrast that to the united states we're over six years we've only had a sixteen percent reduction so we're doing well but we can't rest on our laurels because it's going to get harder and is going to get harder because we are going to need to address the disparities in our city that's where this funding is so important mayor mark farrell is putting close to three million dollars toward the city's total hiv aids budget to make up he says for federal funds the centers for disease control and prevention are cutting feral also wants to add one and a half million for the getting disease initiative focusing on reducing hiv infections in populations with the disparities the.

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"richard lap" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"richard lap" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The bay area's news station kcbs gray skies for much of the bay area this afternoon indefinitely cooler conditions i'm geoff bell i'm patty rising here's what's happening nfl players will not be allowed to kneel during the national anthem anymore but the forty niners abstain from today's otherwise unanimous vote approving that new policy kcbs reporter doug sovereign says the former niners quarterback sparked this whole controversy remains unemployed was the harsh glare of the nfl spotlight on the forty niners colin kaepernick kneeling during the triggered this change in league policy tapper nick said all along he was protesting inequities in america not the flag or the military was specifically is police brutality there's people being murdered unjustly and not being held accountable but president trump and others called capper nick and other kneeling players unpatriotic and now nfl owners say players must stand for the star spangled banner or remain in the locker room richard lap chick head of the university of central florida's institute for diversity and ethics in sport thinks the new rule is a mistake in terms of letting the players speak their mind i talk we were making great progress last year and this is putting two that progress lab chick tells kcbs he expects the players will simply link arms race fists or find some new way to express protests i think they need to have a voice and they're gonna have to find out an alternative way to get that forty niners owner jed york feels the players didn't have enough input in this process he abstained from the vote doug sovereign kcbs south bay judge me announce later this afternoon whether trial will proceed in the case of forty niner linebacker ruben foster foster faces domestic violence charges in connection with an incident involving his former girlfriend however during a hearing last week elissa ns told the court that she had lied to police when she accused foster of beating her up foster has pleaded not guilty in the case kcbs reporter by cogan is following the hearing we will be hearing from him throughout the afternoon saying the.

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"richard lap" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"richard lap" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Button in the app knowing that stare is going to be a really good move to get everyone much more comfortable with this company uber says the new safety features should be available by this summer matt bigler for cbs news in silicon valley major league baseball does a little better an annual gauge of race and gender hiring in the sport richard lap check produces the report impress for race and see for gender and overall c plus b minus achieved eighty eight point four one hundred point scale for race and seventy two points for gender which was up one point from last year he credits the mlb's youth programs for helping tom cuddy joining us now in the as hticket dot com sports studio bruins toronto maple leafs at the garden stanley cup playoff game number one red sox and yankees round three fenway rick for on the mound joe kelley drill the yankees tyler austin seventhinning last night this is after austin spiked red sox shortstop brock called by baseball standards a pretty decent throwdown followed austin charging the mound and joe kelley they're taunting him waiting i mean i was ready to defend myself someone comes in my property in my backyard i'm two dogs and ready to kim getting attacked and i'm at to myself i'm also i don't know what happened ms what it is joe kelley entertaining to save a least more red sox post baseball talk on twitter at tom cuddy sports celtics off day playoff game one with milwaukee sunday afternoon at the garden tom cuddy wbz radio sports one hundred.

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"richard lap" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"richard lap" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Sports business journal he says the massive cost of franchises creates a barrier unfortunately we live in a society where most of the wealth uh it been accumulated by we on white males and that is predominantly who can't afford these very valuable sports assets every year richard lab schick publishes a racial and gender breakdown of all the employees in the major sports leagues he says the nfl's getting better even gade league in aid this year for its level of minority hiring he says it's especially improving on minority general managers and head coaches lajic says the mountainous nature of franchise ownership has more to do with exclusivity you in race i mean there is some degree of a group of men who are generally white and generally conservative politically sitting around the table boating to keep their exclusivity any way they wanna do that when the owner of the carolina panthers announced he was selling the team wrapped mobile sean combs better known as p did he posted a video the twitter i will be the best nfl owner that you can imagine and we will win alone he doesn't have the cash though even though he's worth about eight hundred million dollars the asking price for the panthers is a cool two and a half billion even so richard lap shake his optimistic more owners of color will soon emerge every breakthrough position in all of leaks whether that's a team president general manager coach all those were considered concerns that needed to be changed and they gradually did this is the kind of final barrier he thinks having an african american owner could change the tone in the nfl take the recent controversy over players taking a the when the national anthems played before games some current owners have criticized the move but many players say the actions aimed at highlighting issues of racism and police violence lepuc says having a more diverse pool of owners could help the nfl reach out to more minority fans i made you are for marketplace.

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"richard lap" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"richard lap" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"It's almost like an out of body experience nearby dillon chapelle was among tens of thousands of people forced to evacuate in a hurry when he came back his home was burning down to its stunts firefighters managed to pull out the families christmas tree i'm in shock i think correspondent kris martinez power was knocked out to nearly two hundred thousand homes and businesses president trump is touched off a political firestorm with plans to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel and move the us embassy there from tel aviv chef don't reports it is here in the old city of jerusalem which is also sacred to christians we can get a sense for how difficult this real estate is to carve up the western or wailing wall one of the holiest sites for jews and beyond that is one of the domes of 'yellowbox them off which is one of the most sacred safe for muslims president expected to make the announcements wednesday a week to go before alabama specials senate election and republican kennedy roy moore was rallying supporters tonight we should jiang reports steve bannon joined a republican senate candidate ruin more at a campaign rally in alabama tuesday night blasting washington republicans and say they believe moore's accusers they want to destroy judge roy moore and you know why they want to take your voice away at least nine women have accused more of sexual misconduct some were teenagers when moore was in his thirties take my wife protect the foundation we started in most recently my character despite the claims president trump and the republican national committee have decided to fully support more michigan democratic congressman john conyers announced his retirement tuesday mid sex allegations the international olympic committee has taken the unprecedented step of barring russia from next year's winter games in south korea a result of doping by russian athletes in the 2014 games in soji the ioc will however allow individual russian athletes who have not been involved in doping to complete compete as independents but not under the russian flag dr richard lap chickens with the institute for diversity an ethics in sports quick allowing yet without you play or association russia make it a little easier but i think the fact that the you'll have to committee taken the faction as.

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