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Fresh update on "rochester" discussed on AP 24 Hour News

AP 24 Hour News

01:11 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "rochester" discussed on AP 24 Hour News

"Yeah. I'm Julie Walker. Police in Rochester, New York, released Body Cam video after shooting and killing a man early Friday during a traffic stop that they say had a gun in the car. I need to know about, officers say they stopped the car after a shots fired detection system had gone off. Officers had already been speaking with the car's occupants. When an officer approached the man in the back seat you could if I open the story, talk to you, then good and the shop. Police say a gun was recovered and identified the man shot and killed as white Hispanic in his twenties. The others in the car would not injured. Nor were the officers who are on administrative leave. The state attorney general's office is investigating, which is now common procedure. I'm Julie Walker were shocked and horrified that the Israeli military would target and destroy the building housing a piece bureau. And other news organizations in Gaza. Have long known the location of our bureau and new journalists were there. We received a warning that the building would be hit. We're seeking information from the Israeli government and are engaged with the U. S. State Department to try to learn more This is an incredibly disturbing development. We narrowly avoided a terrible loss of life. Dozen AP journalists and freelancers were inside the building, and thankfully, we were able to evacuate them in time. The world will know less about what's going on in Gaza because of what happened today. Coronavirus Update. I'm Ben Thomas, with an AP News Minute daily infections have ebbed across the United States. The tally by Johns Hopkins University Saturday morning shows a little more than 42,000 new cases in the past day, But another 745 people have died of infections, pushing the U. S death toll to more than 585,000. With federal health officials earlier this week approving finders covert 19 vaccine for Children as young as 12. Teenagers have been getting shots at an outdoor clinic and Encino, California. Such a terrible was one of them. I mean, it was not as that, and I thought.

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Some key details go unseen in police video of fatal shooting

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 d ago

Some key details go unseen in police video of fatal shooting

"I'm Julie Walker some key details go on scene after police in Rochester New York released officers body cam video from a fatal shooting during a traffic stop early Friday one officer yells before shooting and then at least nine shots all right now okay the video appears to show officers remove a gun from the backseat of the car where they were questioning a passenger but it's not clear whether the man had a gun in his hands or fired he's identified as twenty eight year old mark Gaskill police say he's white and Hispanic they also say the car was stopped after it was seen near the location of where a shot spotter went off two officers are on administrative leave the state Attorney General is investigating which is standard now I'm Julie Walker

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"rochester" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:06 min | 1 d ago

"rochester" Discussed on AP News

"Rochester, New York, released Body Cam video after shooting and killing a man early Friday during a traffic stop that they say have a gun in the car. I need a Nobel officers say they stopped the car after a shots fired detection system had gone off. Officers had already been speaking with the car's occupants. When an officer approached the man in the back seat. You could open the story. Talk to you, then. Good, good and the shop. Police say a gun was recovered and identified the man shot and killed as white Hispanic in his twenties. The others in the car were not injured. Nor were the officers who are on administrative leave. The state attorney general's office is investigating, which is now common procedure. I'm Julie Walker were shocked and horrified that the Israeli military would target and destroy the building housing a piece bureau. And other news organizations in Gaza. Have long known the location of our bureau and new journalists were there. We received a warning that the building would be hit. We're seeking information from the Israeli government. And are engaged with the U. S. State Department to try to learn more. This is an incredibly disturbing development. We narrowly avoided a terrible loss of life. Dozen AP journalists and freelancers were inside the building, and thankfully, we were able to evacuate them in time. The world will know less about what's going on in Gaza because of what happened today. Coronavirus update. I'm Ben Thomas, with an AP News Minute daily Infections have Ed the cross the United States. The tally by Johns Hopkins University Saturday morning shows a little more than 42,000 new cases in the past day, but another 745 people have died of infections. Pushing the U. S death toll to more than 585,000. With federal health officials earlier this week approving finders covert 19 vaccine for Children as young as 12. Teenagers have been getting shots at an outdoor clinic and Encino, California. Such a turbo was one of them. I mean, it was not.

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Police Say Man Shot by Rochester Officers Brandished Gun

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 d ago

Police Say Man Shot by Rochester Officers Brandished Gun

"I'm Julie Walker police in Rochester New York released body cam video after shooting and killing a man early Friday during a traffic stop that they say have a gun anything in the car and you know well officers say they stopped a car after shots fired detection system had gone off officers had already been speaking with the car's occupants when an officer approached the man in the backseat he did open the store talk to you then and the shop police say a gun was recovered and identified the man shot and killed as white Hispanic in his twenties the others in the car were not injured nor were the officers who are on administrative leave the state attorney general's office is investigating which is now common procedure I'm Julie

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New York State Budget Misses Deadline

Morning Edition

00:53 sec | Last month

New York State Budget Misses Deadline

"This year. Governor Cuomo and state lawmakers have yet to reach a final agreement on a number of issues, Karen DeWitt reports. The Legislature is proposing $7 billion a new taxes on the wealthy and corporations and $4 billion Maurin School aid. Cuomo's tax and education aid plans are more modest. Senator Jeremy Cooney, a freshman from Rochester, is among those pressing for a $3.5 billion fund in the budget to pay for employment and other services to undocumented New Yorkers who lost their jobs during the pandemic. He says he'd rather have the right budget a few days late than one That's on time. Means that hundreds and thousands of excluded workers have resources to put food on the table. I'm okay with that. Lawmakers are also trying to piece together how to fit into the budget the billions of dollars in new funding from the federal stimulus package. Recreational

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Report blames Rochester, New York, mayor and other officials for keeping Daniel Prude's death a secret

Snap Judgment

00:27 sec | 2 months ago

Report blames Rochester, New York, mayor and other officials for keeping Daniel Prude's death a secret

"In Rochester hit information and lied about the police killing of a black man last March. The report about the handling of Daniel Prudes death was commissioned by the City Council. It blames Rochester's mayor and police chief for keeping details of the case secret for months. Mayor. Lovely. Warren has said she only became aware of prudes death in August, but the report says she was told last March on the day of prudes encounter with police. Lawyer for the city denies Warren Light 44 degrees Now about

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Investigation faults Rochester mayor, police chief for keeping Daniel Prude’s death secret in upstate New York

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Investigation faults Rochester mayor, police chief for keeping Daniel Prude’s death secret in upstate New York

"Questions are being raised in upstate New York, following the death of a black man after an encounter with police Daniel Prude, died last year after police in Rochester, New York, covered his face with a net designed to stop his ability from spinning on officers and further held him down by kneeling on his back with his face on the ground, While both of Mayor Lovely Warren and police chief Laurent Singletary insisted they didn't know for months proved had been restrained. An independent investigation finds they did know and intentionally didn't disclose that fact. Publicly. A grand jury already declined to indict the involved officers. Evan Brown Fox News. Congressional

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Mayor, former chief kept Daniel Prude's death secret, report says

Pacifica Evening News

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Mayor, former chief kept Daniel Prude's death secret, report says

"An investigation into the official response to Daniel Prudes, police suffocation death last year and Rochester, New York, is faulting the city's mayor and former police chief for keeping critical details of the case secret for months and lying to the public about what they knew. Report commissioned by Rochester's City Council and made public today, said Mayor Lovely. Warren lied at a September press conference when she said it wasn't until August that she learned officers had physically restrained prude during the March 23rd encounter. Warren was told that day, the report said, And by mid April, she and then police chief Lerone, Singletary and other officials were aware that prude had died as the result and that the officers were under criminal

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Rochester officials 'suppressed' information in police killing of Black man: Report

All Things Considered

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Rochester officials 'suppressed' information in police killing of Black man: Report

"Says officials in Rochester, New York, hit information and lied about the police killing of a black man last March. Report about the handling of Daniel Prudes death was commissioned by the City Council. It blames Rochester's mayor and police chief for keeping details of the case. Secret for months. Mayor Lovely. Warren has said she only became aware of prudes death in August, but The report says she was told last March on the day of prudes encounter with police. A lawyer for the city denies Warren lied.

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Family Helps Total Strangers Book Vaccine Appointments

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:48 min | 2 months ago

Family Helps Total Strangers Book Vaccine Appointments

"The short time Operation Center was at a diminished capacity there now investigating what caused some lines to go dark, and they'll share that information later. As older Americans struggle to secure covert vaccine appointments online volunteers known as vaccine hunters or stepping in to help CBS News correspondent Nancy Chen introduces us to a New York family that's already helped more than 750 older neighbors to get their shots for seniors like 81 year old Jeannie McDowell. They didn't have an iPhone. They don't have a computer. What were they supposed to do? Securing an appointment seems impossible until they reach out to Detroit to Castro. Okay, no problem. I can help you with that went for a cell phone to Mozza Pull laptops. Turn into a command center. Yes. In the kitchen to Castro in her family, a book vaccine appointments by the hundreds and their central New York community all for total strangers, and for free, we do it. Between lunch dinner. Pretty much all the time to Castro's often up until three in the morning, rapidly refreshing websites for any availabilities. And now my husband cause it. Welcome all you have to be quick because There's 10,000 other people doing probably the same thing. Her husband, Marco, delivering the printed confirmation tickets. She first realized the difficulties in getting an appointment while signing up. Her mother in law board got out fast. After the Castro started helping neighbors. I heard some seniors even say they would get on the computer. They might lose the site they put in Rome, New York and ended up in Rochester and my other dear friend. Got on the phone and the lady said call back at four. She called back and four and the tape said the office is closed to Castro got an appointment in just days for McDowell in her husband on Lee, two of the 25 the to Castro's book on average each day for anyone who asks, including the Petri family. Vicky was very stressed. By the time she got everything in Appointment is gone. Viki and Dave Petri reached out for their daughter, Jessica, who has down syndrome. After struggling on their own. She helped us she helped our neighbors She helped my brother and his wife. Get appointments. She just I don't know how she does it. De Castro's reach has now spanned four counties. People express their gratitude with cards and even home cooked dinners, but to Castro says she's just doing anything possible. To protect her community. I treat everyone as if they're my parents yesterday would have been soon enough for me. If it were my parents. When will you stop? When they

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Family of Daniel Prude files wrongful death suit against the city of Rochester, New York

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Family of Daniel Prude files wrongful death suit against the city of Rochester, New York

"Of Daniel Prude is suing the city of Rochester, New York, one year after the 41 year old black man died after being restrained by police during a mental health episode. The federal suit by prudes. Five Children alleges wrongful death and civil rights violations and also claims an attempted cover up by Rochester police in the city government. Last month, A grand jury declined to charge the officers involved improves death. Police initially described his death as a drug overdose, but a medical examiner called it homicide inside PCP as a factor.

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More Former Aides Accuse New York Governor Cuomo Of Sexual Harassment

On the Media

11:01 min | 2 months ago

More Former Aides Accuse New York Governor Cuomo Of Sexual Harassment

"The pandemic, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo transformed into a fully fledged TV star. Let's remember some basic context and fax society functions. Everything works. There's going to be food in the grocery stores. Propelled into the firmament by his daily Corona virus, free things that reassured an anxious, leaderless public hears Ellen de generous and Trevor. Noah. You call yourself a Cuomo sexual and I e. I agree with you. I feel like I'm a homosexual to it genuinely has been very inspiring and refreshing to see. A leader Like Cuomo, new fans declared their adoration in Tic tac videos, Means and song, the Great Randy Rainbow Stranded in my bedroom. Then there he give you an update as to where we are today. Mature me treatment of the governor, of course, extended to many news networks like CNN, where Chris Cuomo asked the tough questions Now you know, I've seen you referred to a little bit recently as the love governed. I'm wondering if that's bleeding into your demeanor. It all making you a little soft on the president. Love girl. I've always I've always been a soft guy. I am the love government. Cool, dude and loose mood. You know that. But in the past few weeks, Cuomo's TV persona has faltered. Report from the state attorney general and a court order found that the official count of deaths of nursing home residents due to the virus was nearly doubled The figure first reported by the Cuomo administration. Plus, as I write this three women have accused the governor of sexual harassment, some in awkward, geeky detail, including two former aides. Alex Preen Stuff writer. The New Republic recently wrote the article. The Andrew Cuomo Show has lost the plot. Welcome back to the show. Thank you so much. I'm glad to be here. You know, two people who have closely read about the governor in the newspapers over the years as opposed to TV. This version of Cuomo, this bully in cynical operator isn't Knew How have the media changed the message? If you are a long time consumer of mainly print news about state politics, you had untiring chronology of Cuomo scandals even if you forgot some of the details. That didn't necessarily get a lot of play on TV news. Keeping up with Cuomo news over the last decade, has also required being familiar with reporters from The Albany Times Union or or newspapers and Rochester. You know these places where the Albany bureau is still really important and a big part of their beat. And a lot of that news, the complexity of it and specifically, the way it fit. A pattern of behavior with Cuomo was usually too difficult to get across, and especially in like a short television segment. I know a lot about this because I actually listened to the local radio station that produces the show. That's how come I know about the Moreland Commission. But you said this story never made it to prime time because it's too complicated. Absolutely, Yeah. All of the past. Few governors have gotten in trouble. Cuomo was running as the guy is going to come clean it up. And so he sets up a commission called Moreland Commission. He says they have the authority to investigate corruption and all of its forms here in Albany and they will be independent. I will not meddle. I will not interfere. He's shuts them down less than a year later because they start going after people too connected to him essentially and people who worked on the commission. They went to The New York Times, and they said Cuomo was meddling. He stopped us and we were getting too close to his allies, so that stuff was out there. But when the story made it toe TV news, it was stripped of the level of detail necessary to understand what had happened and why I like in this interview with Charlie rose months after it came out that Cuomo's office Had hobbled the aforementioned Moreland Commission governor Andrew Cuomo is reestablishing a family dynasty in New York politics, though he's had to get used to criticism. Of his leadership style. You micromanage. They say that delegate more right and you're not transparent. They say then. And they say you don't suffer fools and you know, Yeah. And you're not You push too hard. Yeah. You micromanage? Yes. All of that. You plead guilty or not guilty. You can't have one without the other. I plead guilty like not only was was Rose asking and easily Dodge question. He was almost ventriloquism. The answer's four Andrew Cuomo, right. It's like the old job interview joke. What's your biggest flaw? You know, I'm too hard on myself. You take issue with the defenders of Cuomo who say that Hey, His most important audience. New Yorkers always have known about the governor's bullying quality. That sharp operator with the even sharper elbows and all of that. And they like it third, this idea that he has cruise to reelection twice. They must know who this guy is and support him. And that's why I draw that distinction between corn on the TV character and new favorite Cuomo's, Because if we have listened to a few clips of him on television He's not berating anyone. He's joking around with his brother. He's performing empathy for victims of Covert 19 or Hurricane Sandy. Is Daddy complete with the dad each exactly. He's New York's dad now. It seems that Cuomo has been able to keep his TV persona and his newspapers persona separate. Why are they colliding? Now? For a few reasons, one important one is that people Do not want to go on the record attacking Andrew Cuomo because of the power he holds in the state, especially elected Democrats. What happened this time is that Ron Kim and Assembly member Received a bullying call from Andrew Cuomo for speaking to the New York Post about the nursing home situation. Kim had been at a briefing where a top Cuomo aide said Yeah, This looks bad that we reported the wrong number of people who had died in nursing homes. But you have to understand, like we need didn't want it to become a story basically, like they were like Trump Trump DOJ is gonna make a thing of it Trumps could make a thing about that's why we covered it up. So anyway, Ron Kim went to the post and gave it on the record quote to the post about that meeting. That was the subject of the call where Cuomo allegedly sat. According to Kim, I'll destroy you. In normal Albany affairs. What happens next is either Kim shuts up. Kim goes on background to The New York Post again because Cuomo as in other cases, finds an irregularity in Kim's background. And implies that that could be used against him. And what he would end up doing is at a press conference Bring up Ah, years old story about how Kim had flip flopped on Is Bill about nail salons, and he would outright say Kim was crooked right after Cuomo does that press conference. There's a story on CNN about how Cuomo had made this phone call to Kim the day before, and that's not the kind of thing that legislators and Albany usually do when they get Implicitly or explicitly threatened by Cuomo. They don't call CNN and go on the record and say the governor threatened me. I think that Cuomo got away with it for so long because no one wanted to put their name. To descriptions of his behavior. But Kim, he knows well, I have a story. Now I have a compelling narrative in which I'm the hero in the governor's The villain and TV likes stories like that. And he ends up on the view. Tell us what happened after he called you or when he called you? Yeah, it was last Thursday night. I was about to bait my three kids when I received the call from the governor. He spent 10 minutes threatening my career and ordering me to issue a statement. They will be used to cover for the states that you wrote quote. If a politician acts as if he believes his voters experience politics is a television show, the best way to harm him is to make yourself a compelling character.

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Daniel Prude Case Reflects Difficulty of Prosecuting Police in New York

Democracy Now! Audio

03:42 min | 2 months ago

Daniel Prude Case Reflects Difficulty of Prosecuting Police in New York

"I wanted to ask you. Ben crump about another case that you're involved with and that's the case of daniel prude. This horrific killing almost a year ago in rochester. Major protests This week because a grand jury refused to charge any of the officers involved. Daniel prude's daughter to share. A prude appeared on cnn. In september calling for the rochester officers involved in the killing to be fired and charged with murder. This is what she said. I will like to see them be fired and charged with murder there. There's video footage of these people suffocating. My father my father was murdered by these police officers. There's no reason why they should be on a paid suspension. They should be arrested in. They should be try as the killers that they are and so now. This grand jury has refused to indict despite the the calls for the charges to be brought by. New york's attorney general letitia james whose office lend the investigation She said Most recently daniel prude was in the throes of a mental health crisis in what he needed was compassion karen help from trained professionals tragically. He received none of those things. Can you talk about the refusal to indict this regrettable that many times because grand jury proceedings are secret. We don't know what evidence was all for it About a prosecutor to the jurors and making their determination we must remember brianna taylor's case And michael brown and ferguson missouri. Case one of the rare instances will we saw the inner workings of the grand jury. We saw that the prosecutors put forth of very weak case and when you put four four week case to get a prosecution then you won't get the grand jury to decide amy. It has been said that a prosecutor can indict a ham sandwich because ninety nine point nine nine nine percent of the time when a prosecutor wants. An indictment are prosecuted. Gets an indictment oftentimes prosecutors. Because they have this symbiotic. Relationship with law enforcement will give greater consideration to police officers than the unknown african american or hispanic citizens that they have no relationship with when they go into a grand jury. Proceeding we saw so many times with throughout the country is historical where they were trying to establish off their as by saying well we presented a grand jury and the grand jury found no probable cause. Will we don't buy that. We know that's part of the intellectual justification of discrimination. That leads to the legalized genocide of black people in america. And that's why we have to have. Systemic reform changed intact coach criminal justice in america as we said at the michael brown graduated decision was announced. The whole system needs to be indicted other than that they will continue to kill. Black people with impunity

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No charges filed against officers involved in death of Daniel Prude

First Morning News

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

No charges filed against officers involved in death of Daniel Prude

"Is going to be filed in connection with the death of Daniel proved in Rochester. He was Roughed up by police. They're police officers were under investigation after shocking video emerged his latest on that story from correspondent Stephanie Ron. There are no charges against the seven Rochester, New York police officers involved in the death of Daniel Prude. We presented the strongest case possible. But today Grand jury decided not to indict any police officer on charges related to Daniel Prudes. Death proved an unarmed black man suffering a mental health crisis died after being in police custody last mark One recognizes the influence of race police body camera video shows officers in March covering proves head with a spit hood later, pinning him to the ground before he stopped breathing. Prue died seven days later. The medical examiner calling proves Death a homicide. Ah,

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Grand jury declines to charge officers in Daniel Prude's death in Rochester, New York

WGN Programming

00:27 sec | 2 months ago

Grand jury declines to charge officers in Daniel Prude's death in Rochester, New York

"General Leticia James argues the U. S criminal justice system needs to be changed to alter the treatment of black suspects. The system too often allows offices to use deadly force. Unnecessarily and without consequence, and that is a system that at its core is broken. Reacting to a grand jury's vote not to charge officers involved in last winter's deadly arrest of 41 year old Daniel Prude in Rochester, his death ruled homicide. Board.

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No charges for officers in Daniel Prude's death

AP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

No charges for officers in Daniel Prude's death

"Grand jury and Rochester, New York, decides not to bring criminal charges against the seven police officers who held Daniel prude down naked and handcuffed on the City Street last winter until he stopped breathing. 41 year old black man's death last March sparked nightly protest in Rochester after the body cam video was released nearly six months after his death. Lawyers for the seven officers who were suspended over prudes death say they were strictly following their

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Golf icon Tiger Woods hospitalised after serious car crash in Los Angeles

Todd Schnitt

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Golf icon Tiger Woods hospitalised after serious car crash in Los Angeles

"Hurt when his hurt SUV when his SUV struck a median struck a median in Southern in California Southern California and rolled and several rolled times. several times. Thankfully, Thankfully, the the interior interior was more was or less more intact, or less intact, which kind of which gave kind him of gave him the cushion the to cushion survive. to survive. What What otherwise otherwise would have been a fatal would have been crash. a fatal crash. Los Angeles Los County Angeles Sheriff County Alex Sheriff Vienna Alex wavered, Vienna wavered, also also said We're said looking We're at looking signs at signs of influence of under influence the influence under the influence of either of narcotics either narcotics medication, medication, alcohol, alcohol, order of alcohol, order of alcohol, all these different all these things different that would give things you that would give you an idea an idea and their behavior, and their but behavior, there was but not there one was president. not one president. What does this What extracted does this extracted and taken to and a hospital taken to a where hospital his agent where said his agent he underwent said he surgery underwent surgery on his leg on his leg tonight. Rochester, tonight. Rochester, New New

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Golf icon Tiger Woods hospitalised after serious car crash in Los Angeles

Todd Schnitt

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Golf icon Tiger Woods hospitalised after serious car crash in Los Angeles

"Hurt when his hurt SUV when his SUV struck a median struck a median in Southern in California Southern California and rolled and several rolled times. several times. Thankfully, Thankfully, the the interior interior was more was or less more intact, or less intact, which kind of which gave kind him of gave him the cushion the to cushion survive. to survive. What What otherwise otherwise would have been a fatal would have been crash. a fatal crash. Los Angeles Los County Angeles Sheriff County Alex Sheriff Vienna Alex wavered, Vienna wavered, also also said We're said looking We're at looking signs at signs of influence of under influence the influence under the influence of either of narcotics either narcotics medication, medication, alcohol, alcohol, order of alcohol, order of alcohol, all these different all these things different that would give things you that would give you an idea an idea and their behavior, and their but behavior, there was but not there one was president. not one president. What does this What extracted does this extracted and taken to and a hospital taken to a where hospital his agent where said his agent he underwent said he surgery underwent surgery on his leg on his leg tonight. Rochester, tonight. Rochester, New New

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No charges against officers involved in Daniel Prude's death

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

No charges against officers involved in Daniel Prude's death

"New York's Attorney General says it's extremely disappointing a grand jury decided not to recommend criminal charges against the police officers who held down a naked black man in distress who died after that encounter last winter a year ago body cam video recorded the Rochester police departments encounter with forty one year old Daniel proved who was handcuffed naked with a spit hood over his head his face shoved into the ground the man in the throes of a mental health crisis prude stopped breathing and later died after being taken off life support New York Attorney General to tissue James says she thinks the seven officers should be charged with prudence death the system too often allows officers to use deadly force unnecessarily and without consequence and that is a system that at its core is broken lawyers for the seven officers who were suspended said they were following procedure hi Jackie Quinn

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Randomized Trial of C5a Receptor Inhibitor Avacopan Shows Promise in ANCA-Associated Vasculitis

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:41 min | 3 months ago

Randomized Trial of C5a Receptor Inhibitor Avacopan Shows Promise in ANCA-Associated Vasculitis

"C five a receptor inhibitor. Of copan is being studied for the treatment of anti neutral fill. Side of plasma antibody anca associated vascular itis in the advocate randomized trial. Three hundred thirty one patients with anca associated vascular litis were assigned to receive oral evacuate pan at dose of thirty milligrams twice daily or oral prednisone on a tapering schedule. All the patients received cyclophosphamide followed by as thia prynne or toxic. Map remission at week. Twenty six the first primary endpoint was observed in seventy two point. Three percent of patients receiving vacco pan and in seventy point one percent of patients receiving prednisone own sustained remission at week fifty. Two the second primary endpoint was observed in sixty five point. Seven percent of patients receiving vacco pen and in fifty four point. Nine percent of patients receiving prednisone serious adverse events excluding worsening vascular. Lettuce occurred in thirty seven point. Three percent of the patients receiving a vacuum pan and thirty nine percent of those receiving prednisone in this trial involving patients with anca associated vascular. Itis a vacco pen was non inferior but not superior to prednisone taper with respect to remission at week twenty six and was superior to prednisone taper with respect to sustain remission at week fifty two the safety and clinical effects of vacco pan beyond fifty. Two weeks were not addressed in the trial in an editorial kenneth warrington from mayo clinic. College of medicine and science rochester. Minnesota writes that. The advocate trial heralds a change in treatment of anca associated vascular lightest that was previously unthinkable. The possibility of inducing disease remission without glucocorticoid however all patients in this trial did receive a brief course of glucocorticoid during the screening phase or early in the trial. As press own was being tapered off and discontinued and also could receive glucocorticoid as rescue medication. An innovative aspect of the advocate trial was the use of a glucocorticoid toxicity index. That captures common glucocorticoid related. Toxic effects including change in body weight glucose tolerance blood pressure lipids myopathy neuro psychiatric features and infection

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"rochester" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:14 min | 3 months ago

"rochester" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Rochester, New York a couple years ago a few years ago, now, many years ago now and they can't play in this and I realize, like Without hesitation, like everyone is even think about it. They just got their hands on like I wonder if we play that on the radio of people driving would do the same thing, and it's become our if we go to a caller, and there's no one there like the dead air. We just fill it with everybody. Clap your hands. So three good questions. They're from Jeff. I love it, keeping common asked the bananas, anything anything on about me, Debra Green, Longoria or Low T. Chuck, we will answer them to the best of our abilities again. PG 13 or or lower on these questions Lower. Remember soy sauce? Pete asked us. Um R rated questions back in the day. How is is he alive? The man that drink soy sauce? Yeah, I don't know. He probably He's probably angry. Pete. If you're listening, give us a shout. Let us know you're OK. 4487207 50 asked the banana and anything continues next on the market and show. Never guess who's having time. 6 44 getting you home on a Friday and 25 Southie attitude trying to push toward the airport. Alex Williams and I found the crash of the left lane of the WSB jam camp, and now they're blocking all lanes. 25 South down between 1 66 Langford Parkway and exit to Camp Creek Parkway. They're trying to push into the right. That should open soon to 25 above 20 hasem slow spots, but it's really not so bad. It stank in the Midtown, though crash of the left and right shoulders 85 sound before 17th ST Jans with 85, the Buford Spring connector that watching Fire Department activity in Cobb, Alex Williams, and it's still there. Canton Road Connector eastbound Right at I 75 only a right lane is open. Dude Odell's car fire no big delays for an alternate needed though, but 75 south housing brake lights in the area. Not sure if it's related, but you're slow getting past Highway five, and before that 75 South and I think there's a new crash right around way. Green Road that slows ride leaving Highway 90 to 85 North bound. Still, seeing emerging madness will check on it. Issue 85 North between 25 Pleasantdale this report brought to buy all good pest solutions. Pest infestations are more than a nuisance. They can contaminate or damage your home. Let all good pest solutions give you up front pricing. Go toe all good services dot com All good Pest solutions. Triple team traffic 95.5 ws. We Muddy.

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"rochester" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

08:05 min | 6 months ago

"rochester" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Futures exceptionally bright for sure that standing outstanding and last question. We're seeing the fad browne. About isiah stewart. The the interviews. You heard from him last night He talks about work. He talks about family. Talks about god. is that hammers at just. What drafty say. Or or what do we take away from the things. He chose to talk about last night. I mean it's probably a little. You know the the other part about that. You gotta realize with with a kid who gets drafted. You know the the car wash that he goes through from the point of view is just inundating. I mean he probably from the moment. He got picked it about nine forty-five last night he was doing interviews in media for two two and a half hours straight so just just for survival You need to be able to kind of spit out the usual cliches but you know the work and the family part a hundred percent are what this has been about and what he what his life has been about growing up and you know the the religious stuff to. That's not a question that you know you. As a sports reporter would get into to offshore but i. I've no reason to doubt it. But i can. I can absolutely for the model. I mean this kid has been working. You know summer programs. You know going into mcquaid jim working with coaches you know trying to make himself better going to the highest level. I mean every single since he's been a freshman fourteen years old. That's what this is about. And i and again like i said before about the family to. He's got such a strong support system. There's no way this kit has grown up and not you know believe how important and he attacked can have on future both professionally and personally standing bad brown. Thank you so much. I appreciate it. Fun gotta talk is asked to. It's going to be a guy. Roster people enjoy watching for a long time. I'm eager to follow him. Thank you so much my friend. I appreciate that that's great. Thad brown from Uh channel eight of course would back in a second obviously Sam schreier also Has known or had a chance to visit with isaiah stew. We'll talk about that with him in a moment on. Newsradio is the mentioned sam schreier has had some contact with isaiah. Stuart what was that. What was your takeaway. Please sir while it was interesting He when he he played he left rochester after his sophomore year and went to play prep school basketball in indiana and basketball player. At a rhonda. Kway where where i work with. Who work with the program for a number of years We will everyone the state championship that following year he went and also went to play with is and they were really good friends. Well i stayed very close contact with gerald drumgoole Who has the player that went to play with them and he plays a college basketball at pittsburgh and he invited me to his graduation. Party and We had a few years ago and Isaiah was at the graduation party when he was in town. And we sat and talked for twenty minutes Just about everything and he told me. How much enjoyed you know my announcing at the blue cross arena and the games and and he always enjoyed listening was just so polite but that man is is humongous. I mean he really really big when he was a freshman he was like six seven so when i saw him he probably was about six nine. Six ten It's amazing and he's so You know muscular. it's just it was but such a nice young caring guy. you couldn't tell his size watching on tv. I think because of camera angle and everyone around him. I think we're also very tall people. Yeah and i didn't. He didn't look crazy big on tv but in person he's he's a giant of a man. Yeah i i mean he's he's on a few look kapiti now is listen at six nine to fifty. And and you're right i think on. Tv probably he doesn't look as big but i'll tell you and he was in. He was probably wearing like a like a tighter dress shirt or something. You could just tell. It was a summertime to was short sleeve. You could just how big he was. And how muscular was is for. Yeah but but not some punk or whatever else like that. He's here talking to you. You're you know you're an adult. And and he was civil kind of plight and all the other stuff totally totally talked me by name referred to me by name. Sam nicest nights to talk to you I appreciate your work. And i told him i said you know he was at the time he was getting ready to go to washington and they were talking them up. up then You know for for that time. And i said hey you know when you're big time and a few years starts laughing. Don't forget the little people. He just laughed and laughed and just so kind and caring. And i appreciate that. I appreciate that time that way. Here's the deal. I you know i i have no use for the nba. But i'll be honest with you. I'll follow this guy and the pistons saying it's an opportunity to rejoin the league if you will and and somebody worth worth looking after and cheering hundred percent unforeseen need and he and he says he worked so hard and he's working with the right people think he can be very successful outstanding. I appreciate that sam. Schreier tongue by a stewart Senator rochester's got a chance to grab a hold of his dream. God bless a minute where to get news from alexa after that Some of your soldiers have come back from the middle east Rochester flew in yesterday. We'll find out more about that. Right after ms olson's new asked which is up next on newsradio wham eleven eighty my friend Welcome back to be joined by certain major dave oliver Who is the operation started. Major of the forty second infantry division He joins us now by phone. Sar major good morning and welcome to the broadcast bob. Good morning to you as well. Thank you sir you. We're in fort hood texas during the demobilisation process right now. And where have you been so My particular element we were in saudi arabia. And then we had Folks in kuwait which is where the division headquarters was and then individuals and jordan as well and We are members of the new york army national guard Again of the forty second infantry division and you you've been over a season the middle east how long we got over there in march so we're just learning now and right now we're actually in quarantine the two week quarantine before going home. I don't know if you saw it on tv but while you guys were away we had this covert thing. Go on yeah tracking things back at home see. That's the thing. I wonder about if tell us. How many You know Folks from the rochester area. Or whatever what this deployment was about but also a unique situation in that you went off to serve the country in the middle east. Your family's ended up as the pandemic advanced it in a little bit of jeopardy back here at home. Yeah yeah absolutely. It was a little bit. a you know. A lot of us Obviously being in the military it'd be prepared for things and we're we're getting on the plane to go to the middle east and you know no one knew what this was going to look like in march but it was. You know we're going sideways pretty quick so quite a bit of an anxiety For a lot of the soldiers but modern technology actually is is really helped. Us regarding deployments we have the signal app and what's up and We can get on basically on the internet and and do Video conference with our families every single day that we're over there so that made it a lot easier than it would have been even four or five years ago. I went to afghanistan at twenty twelve. And we certainly didn't. Have you know this kind of technology to help us out. Shane connected with their families. But you know. I know my wife with my kids Went through just as a difficult time that get home as we did overseas. So we'll be glad to get home in and join the family team again. Certain major david oliver's the operations major of the forty second infantry division. What's there is the forty second infantry division. I hate against her. What is the forty.

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"rochester" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

08:31 min | 6 months ago

"rochester" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"You know. It's obviously a nice award but it's also real good indicator. nba success. You look through this this award. The last thirty thirty five years. I mean it it of the thirty five guys who've won it. Twenty seven of them are not only nba hall of famers or current nba stars. So there's usually one by a kid is going to go on to great mba career. So he played one year college in washington last year and last night was selected sixteenth overall the nba draft. Which is the highest ever for rochester. The old record was at butler. Who was drafted back in. Nineteen sixty one way to view about so proud of all but record alley is last night. Stewart going sixteenth overall And for him. It was a good night because most people projected to be drafted at earliest in the low twenty. One twenty three or something like that. There were a few people even had a project a knife to go in the first round so You know he. He went a whole lot earlier. A lot of people. Expect it still pretty commensurate with his talent though ended up in detroit with the pistons and You know the the rookies all have contracts slotted in so for being pick sixteenth overall is ascertain of south eight billion dollars. That's not so bad. Not so bad when drafted that'd be okay When one is draft. That sarah of course to thad brown about isiah stewart you know and portland Drafted him so does like the person. Think for a moment or so portland okay. And then they find out the trade. How does that work out for the athlete. Please no i. It's probably the silliest thing about the nba right now is that. They allow their teams to agree to trades before the draft. But that don't approve them until later on You know and part of this too is the way the. Bu structure is right now where you got inside reporters we you know. Find out about the deal and report. It's everybody knows what's going on even though delete can't officially announce it but It is also kind of a part of the mechanism so this is something that's been going on for twenty years where a guys will get picked then either find out when which later going somewhere else or works now. Is that even though when i was asked to where it got picked. You know the portland. Trailblazers logo was on every graphic. He put portland trail blazers hat on. But everybody do the ticket to so and even he do that too but just to be a part of the nba. They do put the portland on hat on. I later on what he does. Interview us But about midnight last night he did have a detroit pistons hat on. So it's just it's hard to explain. It's really not worth the explanation. I don't know why the nba showers but this august is being dad brown. Of course diddy. Did i hear somebody reported like he is worked this last period of time to with some gentleman from fair port or something like that. What is is as stewart been doing to. You know to to prepare for this over recent months. The high school scott fitch son of jeff edge author legends One of the the guys who probably the main guy who trade isaiah worked with isaiah the last few weeks months as he got ready for the draft. And it's got fitch is not just a really good high school coach. He's also been a part of the team. Usa basketball assistant on one of the more recent. i of one of the case. I can't remember exactly which one it was. But i played for the under twenty one or something like that but it was a really high level teams. They They went abroad to a worldwide tournament and won gold as us does basketball. So scott is really really highly regarded coach not just in rochester but they supplied and you know he was the guy who worked with both these last week but what a great thing that they that. They had this kind of hometown in common that this community had both people. I it's not just coincidence bothering me. This a rochester basketball like like not other sports to largely in basketball is quickly growing into a place where you can find really really high level. Talent you know we we have. We went from where a division one basketball player for. Rochester's notable story to where you know we could feel entire roster of division. Wanted kids these days and you know during the winter when it's not your copay you can't you know flip past five basketball games. Not the only one kid who's from rochester. And that goes for for girls to i mean we have a lot of girls who played division one basketball these days. So it's kind of the you know the rising tide lifts gloat thing you know the more division kids you have the more talented yet to be to keep up with them and the better the coaches have to be to keep up everyone in town so you know it's not a surprise that we have you know to. Nba players drafted last four years. And we have a a coach that works in rochester. That is a national level. I mean and it's just it's going to continue go in this direction. Because you know the the more you have got to be better to keep up with it and then the end result is going to be. You know the talent level and notoriety. The basketball is just gonna continue their lives. Rise speaking to sad brown about isiah stewart drafted last night sixteenth overall in the nba draft. Was that his family with him. Last night sir. yeah the the two people for with mom and his dad his dad. emigrated from jamaica in nineteen seventy As a ten year old and has made a nice life for himself here and obviously thanks to a son. Plays got a whole lot better last night. But i'm a great family. Great base His agent was there last night. That's what someone probably saw to To the other side is as stewart but you know back to his family Anybody who watched last night when he was picked stands up pumps a fist hugs his family and then he opened up the jacket that he was wearing a suit jacket and he had the jamaican flag someone inside the jacket as a you know honor to is almost to his his family heritage. So it's something that's very very important to him and you know from him in rochester. It's not just his immediate nuclear family that you know is as close with The iglesia family Many people might know gerard as basketball coach. His way parents Does a whole lot of good stuff. I'm not sure right now. She helping to feed you know a few hundred families. This holiday season Runs a twitter feed primetime ballers which is very heavily promoted a local sports special basketball so this is a big tight. You know good extended family. That's been helping them. You know along adding this direction and you know the the always hear about it takes a village. Well that that goes for you know. Nba players to it's really bad A group effort and a lot of people out there that support him in your credit. He's already paying it back. This last summer He organized a A i think it was a black lives matter effort or or rally. Something just keep. It was intended to be very inclusive. You know a thing where he wanted to bring all kinds of different. You know teams and Races and and you know and it was a great event. The be app because it wasn't just you know rochester city basketball. Who was participating in this. It was you know pittsburgh and wayne lavonia and and people from all over came to be a part of this so you know this is a kid that's been you know taught by good family and a good group of families in roster and it's already trying to be that example everybody else. Speaking to fad brown. About isiah stewart. Does he have a chance to play in. Detroit sir absolutely For the time being. He's a center on a team with only one of their senate one other center. So the the depth chart looks good for him. Right now But you know this guy who. He's only nineteen right now so he's going to be viewed as someone that's going to have a lot of window here to try and develop and become a really good. Nba player The the scouting report and him right now is that he's just a gigantic man. I mean the one guy from the athletic wrote quote. Stewart is an absolute so. There's be an expectation that he can handle some of the physical rigors already is a nineteen year old teams. Seem develop a shot a little bit more hit more. Three pointers doesn't matter these days in the nba position. You play you gotta be able to shoot the ball But i think stuart's got a really good chance i don't know if he's got a All star potential in them. I don't know if he's going to be the guy that's going. Be out everybody sneaker going forward but he's got a really really good chance to play ten twelve years in the lake. Very competent started being important. Cod on a team. That a number of different ways and and you know the the.

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"rochester" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

03:09 min | 8 months ago

"rochester" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"At you know six or six thirty, and there'd be a lady nine named Diane over there and be be sitting the desk and she looked up and give you the nod and he everything was cool and copacetic and up to the elevator you ago. it I. I noticed here a couple of days ago. That Diane was not there and I had never noticed Diane away before I. Don't I like seriously I don't know she takes days off for vacation or anything else but I don't think I've come through that door six or six, thirty any morning or five or five, thirty or four, four thirty that she hasn't been sitting there and giving me the nod as I came through. So I making query. Turns out that they have changed the shifts here and so that it didn't work. She she had to leave. It had done fitter schedule. She can't work and the the way they've realigned the shifts. But it in in what what what's what what was your? What was your conflict? Again me, making inquiry into. The personal lives of other people were it's none of my business Oh, it's all right. I'm a journalist. But here's a deal. Diane. Low, these seven years. Has she worked midnight to eight here at a broadcast central building. And then she went over and she worked nine to five for the city of Rochester on insecurity staff. And it just think about those hours for second. She reported to work at midnight which means what you have to get up an hour. Then be forty five minutes before that had been how far away you live get squared away get to work she would work overnight. She would change your clothes go put on the the clothes that the city requires her to wear and security there and Shoenberg security there a through a full business day to five o'clock, and then you know whatever life or eating or sleeping or she's GonNa do must be completed in the seven hours between five and midnight when. Her at the next shift began. Anyway the point is. I'm inspired by hardworking people, it touches your heart in the things that people do to earn their bread to feed their families to improve their lives to do their share always touches my heart and you know you and I work long days maybe not as long as Diane's but what you do, i. want you know that I appreciate it and I am proud of you. and. It is a noble thing. work is good. It builds US and makes us stronger and better and I recognize even if you think nobody else does the sacrifice journalists ner that you make to sustain yourself by your own labors and support your family and and move yourself forward. you carry the entire country.

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"rochester" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

04:27 min | 8 months ago

"rochester" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"According to the black information. Network Rochester New York police chief Laurent Single Terry. said in a statement that he was honored to serve the city and upstate New York for twenty years and commended his staff. However, he said the protests and criticism of his handling of the investigation into the March twenty third incident are an attempt to destroy his character and integrity. Now, this is in a video that you may have seen on social media Rochester police, officers, approached Daniel prude who was naked and he initially complied with the officer's orders. Mr Perroud. Was subsequently seen shouting and spitting, which prompted officers to place a spit bag over his head. It looked like a hood, the officers then seen pinning Daniel. PRU To the ground while the bag is still on his head and eventually goes lifeless. The medical examiner said that prude died from. Eight complications the mayor of Rochester Her name is a lovely Warren said the police, the mental haircare, the mental health care system, our society and She said, she have all failed Daniel proved. Another one and this happened back in March they just the way they was leaning on his head. Yeah. It was crew. It didn't make no sense man it looked inhumane. It looked just reminded. US of me of George Floyd and how he was killed and it was around the same you know in. March. We didn't even know about this and this is September yeah. Yeah Yeah now, the officers involved initially, they were suspended with pay right now I understand they all quit. They've all resigned while they resigned. Not just the officers their supervisors are the ones that really the chief and his officers in an ranking supervisors under underneath and they say more are coming with the department. I was reading an article in new. York Times about this. Situation as well. It is just sickening and the President says nothing about it and I'm telling Y'all man for president to be in this position and do nothing but divide. You can't allow this in it and just in in brazen's them in makes them feel more empowered to do what they wanna do they just do they've never felt more comfortable in spite of the black lives matter movement. Steel out here doing what they WanNa do and we still get this video footage late so they can build a case up and all this crap. just like they doing with the brother in In Wisconsin trying to come up with here. He had a guy and You had no idea. He was going to get a knife in a car now. What is we Dan Dancing around for? Killing his killing. If you kill somebody if you put a mask, ask anybody and they suffocate you go to jail. You me everybody else you mean, Jack Regular citizens just. Anybody killing anybody for any reason. Except the police. When it comes to killing black people, I'm giving example sadly, the thirteen year old White Kia. The autistic kid in Utah got shot by police. Watch what happened in this police. Watch watch what happened. I'LL BET is ask go to jail I. Promise you that you the shot a thirteen year old little white boy and he was autistic. Oh No sir no sir. Oh No sir yeah yeah. You you're not going to be able to had this sweep this under the rug they're not gonNA. Let you. Talented Child Yes are you kidding me kill this boy? What could you? What else could you have done to subdue him? Yeah and our prayers go out to that family for sure coming up we'll have more of today's trending stories on the Steve Harvey Morning Show.

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"rochester" Discussed on Start Here

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05:38 min | 8 months ago

"rochester" Discussed on Start Here

"That he never anticipated possible. We've only been studying this disease for six months. He's having to all of resolve issues for questions. He didn't even know existed two or three months ago. The expectation is that the CDC along with Operation Warp speed will start to distribute vaccine if and when it becomes available following these guidelines and the guidelines are on their face very sensible. So we now know that almost two hundred thousand people living in skilled nursing solbes contracting copen they start with a with a very first access going to healthcare facilities, hospital workers, high risk workers in healthcare settings I. WanNa thank you for this opportunity speak today about the importance of prioritizing firefighters, ems personnel. Would respect to the COVID nineteen vaccination program and first responders the WHO are going out and confronting covid patients directly when you see all the outstanding work being done in the hospitals for covid nineteen patients by. Nurses and others. Please do not forget how those patients got there. The vast majority were transported there by ambulance, and then there is phased rollout after that with the framework. But the committee has out linked to work needs to be clarity about what number of doses each state receives a different points in time they're still fine tuning it, but they seem to have settled on a on a pretty reasonable plan. And how does race come into play here? We we've heard today from some of the black community saying they should get first access because covid nineteen is hit the African American community so hard and then on the other side, you've got some in the black community saying, no, no it it could look like the vaccine is being tested than on on African Americans if it were to go out I, how did they look at race and decide on that factor of how they? Would move forward with this list. Yeah. They discussed that at some length during this at first open discussion and they heard from a doctor from morehouse school of Medicine Head of the Association of black cardiologists a woman named. Dr Elizabeth of feely ABC strongly recommends that Mitigating Health Inequities should specifically prioritize ethnic minorities who are most severely impacted by Kobe nineteen and she told the group that it was very important to address and to spend time addressing the the effort of overcoming vaccine hesitancy. Despite these health concerns, these current studies are struggling to find diverse volunteers. For example, modern phase. One trial out four five participants is one of two blackbirds of rituals participated. And so Yeah. It's very shocked to see that and I just remember alive people who I told that was participating in this theory concerned. And they're questioning. Whether I was going to be safe. There's a great deal as concerned that within minority communities there may be reluctance to be first up to get a vaccine I don't imagine that I need to remind this group of ski study and yet. That's where the need is the greatest. This virus doesn't understand skin color at all, but it's understands vulnerabilities and the chair of the group responded by saying that as they studied this issue, they weren't looking at skin color, but they were looking at all the inequities that have been laid bare during the coronavirus pandemic. Some of the social loan abilities have to do with crowding with people who have. To go to work they don't have an option and they WANNA prioritize communities that have those issues and in many cases those are minority communities and we still don't know how many people are going to say they don't want it that they don't trust it of of what that trust factor is GonNa be. ABC's Matt Mosque on the.

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"rochester" Discussed on Start Here

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08:11 min | 8 months ago

"rochester" Discussed on Start Here

"Anything. That he can claim his party supports those stimulus checks Joe Americans their out. But about three hundred billion dollars would go to small business childcare the post office, Corona virus testing schools, and unemployment insurance and some companies would get protection from corona virus lawsuits. ABC's Trish. Turner covers Congress. In fact, she's at the capitol she lives and breathes this stuff trish. What is this if it's not going to go anywhere? Anyway if there is a vote this week what's the point? So. Alex over and over again Republicans have been hammered. In, these negotiations were currently at a total impasse. In the bipartisan talks you know at the same time, the Republicans are in disarray probably half of them will anything but Republicans have really taken it on the Chin because they have not been able to show yet that they even have a majority of their own conference you know to help with any sort of. of negotiations they have no leverage in these negotiations they have against do not understand the gravity of the situation go she ate in with Democrats and meet us in the middle. They've constantly been told like you know show us what you've got and so that's this is a mixture McConnell's attempt to do just that today we're releasing a targeted proposal that focuses on several. Of the most urgent aspects of this crisis. Issues where bipartisanship should be especially possible and then you can't escape the fact that a number of Republicans. In this re election are really in the political fight of their lives that P P P program has literally Bene- lifeline to so many businesses in our state. The balance of power I'm is at stake in the Chamber and so vulnerable Republicans they really need something to vote for instead of just saying what they're against, and so this is also something that know serves as a boost for some of them. So they can tout that vote back home. So you've got some saying they want to. Vote for at. Are there others you're saying we don't WanNa touch this right now because it could a poison pill for them when it comes to reelection absolutely. So there are a number of Republicans who do not want to vote for anything right now they're looking with an eye on that deficit number it's fiscally irresponsible and they should be ashamed of themselves and they should no longer be allowed. There should be a law that says there are no longer allowed to say they care about the debt. This is about all that the Republicans can really bear. At this point of three hundred billion dollar proposal. But I tell you Alex. that's so far from the three point four, trillion that Democrats. Say you know is truly needed to combat this crisis we take down a trillion. and. They added trillion. We'll be within range the administration, and Republicans of basically thrown that aside and said way too much. But really it's it's just an exercise that really has no basis in reality when it comes to what's actually going to make it to the president's desk leader McConnell knows this bill won't pass. He knows that most of his members don't want it to pass. And Amazingly. He seems happy with that situation. And I look down this list of where money would go to help with childcare. That makes sense. Corona virus testing sure schools, unemployment insurance. So the bottom line is there any chance that the second round of payments could go out to Americans who are saying you know they either need they would really like that too grand or whatever about it ends up being in their checking Account going forward or is that dead me and I hate to be the bearer of bad news at this point, but it doesn't appear to be going anywhere at least right now. Now it's kind of strange because you know in in the beginning of this effort to try to craft a second major stimulus package that was one of the areas of big agreement, but we do invasion. Direct Chuck's again a final product is likely to contain these stimulus checks another round, but it's just unclear at this point how they're going to get to to a deal there. So very far apart, zone is going to vote on this targeted proposal. We're GONNA, get the stonewalling of Democratic leaders out from behind closed doors. I genuinely think maybe something happens after election day when you can take that hot button issue off the table, but you know as of now. It's anyone's guess how this has a story ends. ABC's Trish Turner always busy at the Capitol Trish. Great. Chatting with you thinks Alex always a pleasure. NEXT UP ON START HERE, the battle to figure out who will get a covid nineteen vaccine I different groups are lobbying that they should get it. In the last couple of weeks, we've been hearing so much talk about the vaccine that may becoming and win. It's GonNa come and today we're learning a clinical trial of one of the leading possible vaccines has been abruptly put on hold a possible setback this evening, the final stages of human trials at the University of Oxford, are being on hold because one of their volunteers reportedly suffered a suspected. Adverse reaction, and it comes as this week some of the biggest names in the world farmaceutica goals, including Astra Zeneca along with GlaxoSmithKline Johnson and Johnson and Merck came together to sign a pledge promising that as they develop and bring to market covid nineteen vaccines that they will make safety. Their main focus not profits not politics. They say they'll base moving forward on scientific and medical principles, and as we get closer to maybe having a vaccine, there's a fight shaping up over who will get it. I. Should it be first responders? Should it be the most high at risk ABC's Matt? Mosque. Is here and Matt this battle is getting pretty intense. Yes, it absolutely is, and ultimately it's going to be up to the Centers for disease. Control to sort of set the priority list of how the vaccine is going to be distributed because you know when when it's ready, there's no expectation they'll be enough for everyone, and so they have to prioritize who's going to get at first and then who gets it next and who gets it next, and that's the process that's underway right now agreed everyone who's here. And thank you for being part of helping us to improve on these recommendations. So the CDC I think wisely sought help from a non political group of scientists called the National Academies of medicine, and these are some of the the brightest minds in science and medicine, and they've got about two dozen people who are on a panel and they are pouring over every possible scenario looking at statistics looking at modeling trying to figure out how to save the most lives. As they roll out the vaccine. This committee did it backwards and I want to emphasize that we started with the ethics and we started with equity before we went to the science and they released a draft of their plan last week, and then they opened it up for a comment Alaskan native people must be identified as a population at high risk. We strongly support the broadest description of school staff members of the disabled community already fear that healthcare resources have. been rationed and people poured in to their online comment channel. All wanting to make sure that their constituents were represented. Do we know how this is going to be enforced? So that the vaccine goes out, it's in a freezer refrigerator somewhere if the rule is first responders, only kind of end the honor system of the facilities, a doctors who may have it that they're going to only give it to those that meet those guidelines. Nobody's ever done this before the. Uncertainties that we had our overwhelming I think as we all now know vaccines typically take a very long time to develop and one of the things that the chairman of this group from the National Academy said was that he's on a timeframe.

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"rochester" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

06:57 min | 8 months ago

"rochester" Discussed on Start Here

"It's Wednesday September ninth a shocking announcement in an American city. The entire command staff at the police department is essentially quitting or giving up their command we start here. Comes amid protests. Rochester New York police commanders abruptly retiring the president of the city council admitted to me. She had no idea and today the city is trying to assure residents there police force is intact for many Americans struggling in this economy a little influx of money would be nice. This is about all that the Republicans can really bear Congress could vote this week on stimulus bill minus those payments, and we may be getting closer to having a vaccine for covid nineteen. Now, there's a fight developing over who will get access to it I. There's no expectation they'll be enough for everyone and how race comes into play over who will initially get the vaccine. From ABC News this is start here about stone. Good morning again breads off one more day he'll be back tomorrow. You probably heard about the protests unfolding in Rochester New York simultaneous with the non-stop demonstrations in Portland Oregon. Rochester is still developing its in response to the death of Daniel proved. Daniel move please let me give. With a forty, one year old black man police stopped him. He was running naked down a street back in. March. relaxed. They put a spit guard over his head, which is like a Mashhud to prevent them from spitting on anybody police nationwide routinely use them. Then they held him down. And he stopped breathing. You good man. He was put on life support and he died about a week. Later there's been outrage. This case wasn't made public for months the mayor saying she hadn't seen the body worn camera until August protesters have been fighting with police in Rochester. They've sat outside police headquarters naked wearing spit hoods police have said they've been mischaracterized. Will yesterday, the mayor of Rochester announcing the entire police command staff ease leaving while the timing and tenor. These big nations is difficult. We have face tough times before it turns out a few commanders will stick around giving up their command and their demoting themselves. But the chief deputy chiefs are turning in their badges, the chief saying in a letter, his career and integrity have been challenged. ABC's trevor all this covering this as it develops he's in Rochester and Trevor. What more do we know about these retirements well, I gotTa tell you Alex. this was probably the most bizarre city council briefing I could ever. Imagine happening. Thank everybody here and and welcome particularly American City Council and the mayor and the police chief we're going to be doing yesterday was meeting to talk about the prior night's protests to talk about the police response how they were evolving how their response was changing. The cheapest trying to is going to log on momentarily and instead they started the briefing, the mayor and the chief warrant. They're the cheapest taxed to see if he's having trouble logging on, he might be. And then with the mayor finally showed up a couple minutes late. Madam, President Thank. You for the opportunity to. Sit Down and talk to you today she had to break the news to city council that the entire command at the Rochester Police Department was all stepping away from their positions. The cheap was retiring several others were retiring, and some of them were just leaving their command positions to go back to the previous jobs they had in the department that she was not asked to give his resignation because I do believe that he's given hearing best and with information that was brought to light today. I had not previously seen before and the president of City Council admitted to me that she had no idea I talked to a right after this briefing she said, no well, I'm still trying to process that I had not expected it. None of us had any clue this was going to happen and you have faith and she's single Terry before this announcement was made. Yes. I. Think he was he was doing a good job when the mayor had made that announcement she didn't have a lot of answers either alex she didn't know how long the mayor the command staff would be staying in their position when they would be leaving who the interim police command would be ideal had that information. All of that Rochester police and the city had to figure out on the fly as the cities in the midst of a week of unbelievable tumultuous protests and unrest. Over the death of Danny Group. So this point you've got a police department where the leadership unknown moving forward. How did we get to this point for the chief and deputy chiefs to say you know what we're done we're walking out how did we get here? Well, the police chief and the police department as a whole have been under fire because of course, these protests have been happening. They want significant change. They want charges filed against the officers involved in Daniel prudes death at the same time about a week ago as this body camera footage was released the mayor at the time seem to throw the police chief under the bus. She said that basically put police chief had misled her Alice told that Mr Prude. had. overdosed and he was being taken to the hospital over the weekend. She started supporting the police chief said, he'd followed all the proper procedures and was encouraging basically an investigation into the timeline of events leading up to this very disturbing. Breaks my heart as well. But we have to follow. The process now, the city is scrambling to figure out its best path forward. The mayor has said that the chief the command staff is going to be staying on through the end of the month. So they have three weeks to get that interim plan in place but three weeks is not a lot of time when you have a community and thousands of demonstrators calling for an aggressive overhaul of the Rochester Police Department. Feel. They were calling on the resignation of Chief Single Terry. They're still calling on the resignation of Mayor Lovely, Warren, they want new policies in place for how police handled mental health cases for how police are trained to handle minorities specifically black Americans in their community. and. They've been telling me Alex on top of seeing murder charges brought against at least some of the officers involved Daniel.

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"rochester" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

08:02 min | 9 months ago

"rochester" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"Google my name on this. If if nothing else because I wrote about a lot of times, it struck me that as completely unhinged in hysterical and also just non-contractual is just people would react you a single scene at a single meeting at which there wasn't any violence just people who look scary to them or rolling a sign that said, you know the tree of liberty needs to be nourished by blood or something like that which is you know I don't. WanNa see that scientists Sarah lightning heard sounds threatening but we're losing their. Mind struggle a little bit. anyways, there were there were. Literally hundreds of anguished op EDS and pieces and CNN diatribes about the violence of the tea party movement. In the potential for violence so and by the tying of people who are not. Necessarily part or in some cases, not a part at all jared Kushner the desperate attempts after that shooting to make him. into. A coherent mentally ill person who's talking about numerology. So so keep that in mind here, Farrakhan Today we've referenced earlier there was a study that the Washington Post wrote up. That was done by a some kind of peace, Action Group. But that studied did a comprehensive look at all the protests and came up with the well, you know two hundred, twenty out of X. thousand ended up having some kind of violence done to property or to people. So that's where we have ninety three percents of the protests were peaceful and seven percent were not Margaret Sullivan who is the incredibly witless media columnists of the Washington Post used to be the bids woman of the New York Times really is one of the worst right who Matt Welsh believed to be the most ever praised person in media maybe or at least tough. And Stiff competition. Mom. She's special episode coming soon. tweeted that rated as as like, you know basically, like spike in the football see you know mostly peaceful peaceful ninety, three percent. We're was that study done during the summer of two, thousand, nine, they brown shirts summer two thousand, and I can tell you because nobody did it nobody in the media then did a study so that they could in the mainstream media did the study so that they can come up where they ninety x percent makes it look really good. The only person who started this was our friend Mary Catherine have This town hall in September I believe of two thousand and nine. She went back and looked at every single one of these town hall meetings. That was written up in any way that she could look at and she came up with four hundred, right How many of those four hundred had any thing violence at all ten and most of those ten was like was less than what you talked about hand of like a two guys in a corner fighting over stupid shit I'm like it was almost nothing. So you want to mostly peaceful in fights everything Korean parliament. It wasn't one out of every fourteen, which is what seventy percent means. It was one out of every fifty was one out of. Every you know more than that there and she was the only one doing it because the media didn't care to do that kind of thing they just saw, hey, look at that crazy thing. Isn't that crazy that building burning wasn't actually there weren't any earning buildings. You know there's that guy looked scary. Isn't that terrible? So this is an an oblique or a long winded answer to what you're saying is that this is the reality that we consume. The news reality is that there's no way in Hell Margaret Sullivan or anybody else was saying that, Hey, look you know ninety eight percent of the tea party town hall protests were peaceful. So they're totally cool high five to those guys. That's not the treatment. The double standard is so glaring look at the way that they're talking about Patriot prayer weird organization to be sure. But like dude gets killed is immediately call the white supremacist. A. Like that's a no one applies a sense of like maybe we should try to figure out his weird ragbag sense of us know you don't have to, and so the world that you consume and this is very frustrating for those people who don't fit into the categories that have been sort of assigned or or tagged by people. You can't trust it at all. You just can't. You can learn how to be kind of sophisticated and read the tea leaves of it, but it's immensely frustrating the after do it. It's frustrating that we had to talk with Nancy the seven weeks ago and talk amongst ourselves like wouldn't it be great if we could trust someone who anybody's reporting from Portland Right. Heard can Camille. You said something today we talked about Rochester and I said, oh is that some other facts and when you said I gotTa do a deep dive into that. Rochester shooting I didn't know where I would go for that I was like and I actually was thinking about it for a while and I'm like I. Guess I'll aggregates some of it from twitter people find interesting like that's a line in twitter that in local store usually a local story that no but nobody knew about. But the thing about the guy is, Patriot prayer thing I've read a number of profiles of the guy that did the killing of read none of the guy that was killed and because we know. Who that is, he's a Neo Nazi or whatever is that true? I have no idea. Maybe he is maybe isn't but I would know that if I had actually read somebody who did some you know went to visit his parents as it does he have parents you have a girlfriend is out there look look i. didn't see it and I would suspect I I would see it somewhere but none of that although the same is probably true for Kyle Rittenhouse who he killed three people and three names are harder to remember than one. So we know the one name and not the others generally speaking, but they're also haven't been many exhaustive profiles of those three young men I did review the. Man. A fair amount of some some dodgy details a couple of instances which neither here nor there with respect to the actual facts of what happened. But to Matt's point two, you've mentioned Camille a number of times. Is that the. Police Union Building that they tried to set on multiple times. Right now. Oh Yeah. They do everything every night. Learn. Something else I want to read you on my phone but. No they do it every third night or so it wasn't the story, and this is what kind of relevant to the tea party thing is wasn't the story they tried to seal them in their keep the people in there while they were doing I I read a couple of things. I post was the one who I think wrote about it I'm not sure. Rubber cemented somebody in I know the story that I wrote for. The woman was trapped in the basement. and. You could see video that's close enough right and also Ted Wheelers building they're trying to set on fire. There's obviously people people inside there. If, there were imagined if they were a similar thing, the tea party and engaged in. which is literally committing arson and with not only the carelessness recklessness but catch hope intention intention that maybe these piggies will will fry. Is that true I've heard this a couple of times in. A few sources on it that that I trust it doesn't surprise me particularly when you have people who are the next day out celebrating the death of this guy from Patriot, praise operating it, and and and by the way I've never heard until do do it twitter search for rest and power who a lot of people are upset that he's dead lot of people like he's he's one of us. He's our martyr is, are you know I'm trying to think of the means Geisel meeting the guy that Johnson version the guy that shot the Patriot Purba That's the rest in power to keep on saying one thing I just want to mention here in terms of Portland in the news that.

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"rochester" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

06:33 min | 9 months ago

"rochester" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Used to be like thirty years ago Rochester air quotes was the circulation area of the Democrat and chronicle guy which went from Auburn to the other side of the Batavia and went down to Pennsylvania chronicles, essentially out of business I is SOM aggregate on my part surprise. So many people. But. I think that Rochester is the listening area of W.h Am Okay I. Guess we'll all sign onto that one no, and it's that same rough geographic footprint. Farther. But you can hear wham easily and clearly almost auburn at least amount swamp. Yeah and and down to Hornell, and then we'll also get Yates. County. And those wonderful places and we'll get over get Wyoming County, new, Orleans genesee, low bit, Niagara. Built up for this, what's at bill drawn up? So We need that. Okay. Whether on commemorative license plates. Any and that sounds arrogant. But I believe the defining Sherrod characteristic of the Rochester region is the is w.h AM radio. Okay. I'll I'll sign onto that the if that's if that's crappy say so wow, I think you're bias to it number one I mean you're by sweet year Rod. I. Mean You can you Can. Sure Jodi CBS doing here a lot more confident in his position here. Attacking my idea. I noticed that you fairly new have been set I'll go I'll go with that. That's the kind of can do. Attitude Joe. KINNEAR. Go, ahead, tell me where I'm wrong. No I. Mean You. I don't think that you're wrong but but I know that you're biased to it. Yeah. I mean this is this is the station that you broadcast from that. You go through that. You you know you're you're you're Rochester what other. That's all I. You know obviously I have bias. Yeah. But but I want. But is there another common characteristic it because you go very far what what TV stations they watch in the finger lakes mostly Syracuse Joe or not Sousa is usually the Rochester. Is it is it Rochester TV that the finds the region how about like Batavia? What do they watch on TV over there? That is still more buffalo. They get the mix over there. Yeah. I had a bowl but more than off the air. Sorry. Good one. Because Dave McKinley. Right. From Brock Port, Channel Two out of Buffalo. He's he starts being big when you get into Western Monroe County guy and so I think that indicates you're starting to have Buffalo TV watchers their you know that that's probably right Yeah. I. I have friends that live Alba so album which close enough and they they they're TV which would be spectrum which would they get at their house there that picks up the rod they get roster stations for their houses. Okay. So. You know, maybe it's not us. Maybe it's TV I. Yeah I don't know what they were. They cut off because when I lived in. I get Rochester I got Syracuse and Ithaca which that makes sense. Right? If is outside. Yeah. Ithaca's its own area. Yeah. It don't tell it but if it is part of like the Binghamton area bright in fact I. Accused and make them TV stations. Sure. Yeah. And you probably also got on my recording. Yes. Eighteen to thirty S. yeah. Very good. So but is this is an odd thing we'll move on we'll stop but I long have wrestled with what do we call the Sarah I've just called the Rochester region but I recognize that it includes large portions of what people call western New York, which is a wonderful region with tremendous heritage and spirit hundred percent We also have southern Tiers region and it is we we get like three counties, the southern tier that we borrow and in the finger lakes really you know. Honestly that that begins at. Canandaigua. which is not just the other side of let me ask you a question you. If you're explaining, there's that's there's somebody out of town, right? So I've worked out at town done different things and I'm explaining somebody where I'm from from New York they automatically think New York City's and I say Rochester I, say it's near Buffalo because people associated advice about four bills or what the right you know what I mean say Rochester now that's be again always have. Yeah but I think a lot of people don't associate that they know buffalo better than they know Rochester. I think people from outside. A long time ago when Kodak was a thing, you could say from Rochester New York where they make Kodak Film Yep but probe you know buffalo does have Major League sports. Yeah. I think this they pick it up because they think Niagara Falls you know what? I Mean News Niagara Falls I think. So if either if you better Niagara Falls in the last ten years. Oh. Yeah I go I try to go once a year. Okay. At least you to party animals. Great well, no now I'm blue. We don't have a region. Sam Says, tells people I'm from Buffalo. Where'd you grow up near Buffalo I grew up in Ron Equate? Okay. I from near Buffalo. Joe has his own region I for Buffalo, right? Exactly. Yeah. It's all I got to know. All right. Thanks. But Yeah I do wrestle with what is there in my mind I know exactly what the Rochester region is I just recognize the neither the tourist people nor the economic development people recognize the way I do yeah and raises the possibility I'm an error. Yeah, right. Pardon me now no you're. Playing it off to bound. Joe laskey. Thank you very much. We'll be back in a moment with Eugen Listener on Newsradio wham eleven eighty Oh crap I apologize I screwed up again. If you're on hold please stick with US I apologize to you for my mismanagement of time Here's the good news. We've got a newscast with a great elect souls and coming up we'll be back after as she's done, I'll try to manage time a little bit better. This is your station newsradio wham eleven eight, Saint Thomas not the same thing I've seen it at the Fisher. The Fisher House I know is a huge part of land recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that, their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. Just having that assurance that no matter what as long as we were there for Anson, that someone would be there to take.

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"rochester" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

08:00 min | 9 months ago

"rochester" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Eighty next news at eleven thirty breaking news happens anytime another hour Bob Blondes very starting now newsradio whim eleven eighty. Hey. Joe laskey. warned about this who are you again? Yeah I know, why am I here? Do you have a fob? How did you get in here? How did I in this building? Yeah. Because normally tall guy were in a sports coat Diane there and he has a lot more hair to where is well a lot of people do where they ever touched us where where where's he He says the mounted. So where I I don't offer one hundred percent by that. Time he just goes to a bar I. Is that a reference obviously to Todd Halladay but you are the news anchor when he's away I guess. You've been well even is and doing a lot of newsy things right? You know it seemed consistent with the job description would be I haven't been fired yet. So as of now, that job description still stands and always happens at the of the ride on Friday right? Exactly. I've been through some downsizes me it. You. You've you've done this radio thing before I've done it for a while believe it or not performance may not proceed me but yes, on and off for. Ten twelve years something like that. That's outstanding. Good for you in this area more towards the Finger Lakes region. That's kind of where I'm based I. think that's our area. Yeah. Yeah. Pretty much. We own them. Don't tell him that we own always added like frigging crazy. percent. I mean New York City dumped its trash there we actually own. The is something that you grew up in upstate New York actually a buffalo. Native. Say No I'm actually buffalo named Buffalo Native Yeah Okay No actually buffalo as it turns out. New York. Yeah but they're not the same. No you really. I know you claim Greater Irie you say, well, I'm greater Erie but no, you're from upstate near Buffalo is not upstate. New York. No, it's its own separate entity. It's a different place. Is it is it. Is, Sam, are you tracking this? I am recording every bit of. UPSTATE NEW YORK. This guy could be Schumer for chronic. Geography Is it western New York it's western New York. Yes. In western New York is not upstate New York. No, it's not the same thing. Okay. So Patel under throughway. Okay. You're told by the way we're onto throwing were driving east. Okay. Yeah. We're GONNA START AT. Buffalo. Right. One of those places we. Were Driving East when do we leave western New York and GET INTO UPSTATE NEW YORK? Probably right around the Rochester border, maybe something like that the with the. So whereas Rochester one thing I will guarantee as anybody in buffalo could care like basis drops off right around to maybe Batavia. Yeah once go past are nothing else really exists kiss my what. That's what they feel in Buffalo. That's pretty much my experience. Yeah that's great. That's. you know they get. Major. League, baseball for one frigging day and all of a sudden they're crab don't stink I'm talking about. Trying to do that for decades today is but but they don't get it. I wonder why that is well, you know that. Long story, we don't even have time on your show for that about being a once significance Time Okay what what would your buffalo billion I know you've got a lot of stuff going on over there May. Today is the first day though, right for the it is. Yes Jason The first Major League Baseball game played in Buffalo in one hundred years. Here's the thing about you buffalo bill. You grew up there I did the city or one of. What either the city or right the first ring suburbs are crazy most of first. Twenty seven years of my life something like that. Yeah. How old are you now I'm not at liberty to say on the radio. Okay. Let's there's. Carbon carbon dating right whenever we call. But I forgot where it hasn't been say something about Buffalo Oh, here's the deal you know this is an old story but regionalism when it comes to hotdogs. Syracuse Rochester Buffalo. Yes. Okay. Rochester ones are just bigger bigger wieners in Rochester Here's the thing though Seillans is clearly the most successful of the upstate New York dot companies. In terms of geographic spread they have launched from that Buffalo Pad, and now they're in a couple dozen states aren't they? Yeah. That's about right good for you guys I guess. Get any of that money either so I'm not really taking it personal sake radio right. So last question Sir if somehow buffalo is western New York and not upstate New York and Rochester is is where the border wh where do you call this region near whereas? Rochester. Good question. I. Forget it's too early in the morning from here's. In all honesty, I don't have an answer either because I don't think Sam. What's your take? If you went by. Mr Cuomo he would say that we're the Finger Lakes region right? Western New York is Buffalo I'd like to give him a finger. Yeah. See but that that and when you look at the tourist maps that is that is the case right? The reality is Rochester. Buffalo Claims Western New York we're in Rochester is not western new? York not really. But then again, if you listen anybody out in the finger lakes area they get really amused one. Any regional announcement about the finger lakes takes place in Rochester. There's no way care. Rochester. I got your lake. Right here. Rochester is not truly the finger lakes either exactly you know. And so I've all a for years I've always said we're the Rochester region which I think includes most western New York most of the finger lakes calls all the way to Pennsylvania I think in terms of where people shop and maybe the TV stations they watch and stuff like that I think that's true. But but we you could argue that Rochester is kind of crowded out by. Your birth and adopted homes something like that. Yeah. Thanks. To take away our region. One. Yeah are you Su- way of any type of power whatsoever. From. The US did opinion that's all I gotTA radio. But we that is the thing we are because like like finger lakes regional development got Bob Duffy right? Yeah. We're the finger lakes exactly and you you get the other side of Canandaigua yeah and they resented here thing they they like Rochester they shop here. This is where the hospital and stuff like that but but they know Rochester when we pretend to be the capital of finger lakes, they really hate that yeah. Yeah that's about right I. I've already started to take grief since I've started to work here. We tell them one advantage working rochester is that there's a paycheck go while there is that yes, a meager one but won none the what is the? What is the capital of the finger lakes? That that's a good question because I guarantee. You could probably start a really good bar fight over that question. Matt might be a big thing if you people in the finger lakes in buffalo bar fights but he's Rochester we're not into that so much. If we're going to have a fight, it'll eastern Alexander be outside the bar in there will be gun gunshots. Okay. Okay Yeah. Sam Capital of. A Joe. Sam's. Pretty. Ugly about your background Samsung Radio in UTICA. Okay I'm sorry. Yeah. WHOA now Utica we trash talking, but you could get on region. WHAT'S UTICA? Mohawk valley one, hundred percent Mohawk valley all day. Every day Syracuse is. Central new. York right. Yeah. WATERTOWN is North Country Right, Geneva the capital of the finger lakes is finger lakes. Chester is halfway to Buffalo. Pretty, what Are you ready. We're not. We are a big deal. This is an important region. We just don't have a name or clear boundaries that sounds like a project for somebody. I long sensitive have to settle this Rochester.

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"rochester" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

02:19 min | 10 months ago

"rochester" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Buckle BAC welcome back Bob. I'm glad you phoned sir. This is newsradio eleven eighty good morning Good Morning Bob. We've got an we were sitting around. We had an idea for a fundraiser to raise. A lot of money to purchase just thousands of black lives matter. T shirts and we would have former. President Obama. Rich won the Nobel Peace Prize. As we know go back to his hometown and distribute them in a peaceful manner. Do all you in the known violent areas of Chicago? Therefore, we would have no more violence if anybody WHO's wearing that shirt now If. T shirts saved lives we'd have far fewer funerals my friend Andy this is newsradio eleven eighty welcome sir. Hey. Bob. I got a question for you. Yeah. They took away that six hundred dollars federal unemployment payment today. Yup and they're saying that they're going to give you a seventy percent of your original weight. Okay. That means I probably won't be returning to my job that I'm on furlough from. I'm going to be looking for another one. But again. If. You refused employment terminate here, unemployment payment almost immediately well But that's not the reality and the giving you seventy percent is what the Republicans propose. There has been no deal reach. So right now at the end of the day you got unemployment, we'll be the half of your base pay that New York pays you and nothing extra until there's federal legislation news with a great Todd Halliday. Then you're on the air on Newsradio wham eleven eighty saying. It's not the same thing I say not at the Fisher asked the Fisher House I know is a huge part of recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. Just, having assurance that no matter what as long as we were there for Anson, that someone would be there to take care of us. You took so much weight off our shoulders. How can you help go to fisherhouse dot? Org?.

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"rochester" Discussed on Iroquois History and Legends

Iroquois History and Legends

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"rochester" Discussed on Iroquois History and Legends

"Well when we talk about Rochester today We see we've discovered four huge disparities that they're pretty well known. At least three of them are talked about white often in our inner city. Well let's go outside the inner city and our suburbs surrounding the area. We have some the greatest high schools in the nation. Some they're in the top ten of the United States and some of our colleges that are you know our T. is now coming up to the level they're saying like like an mit things are happening here. But then you go to our inner city and we are always as long as I've lived here since the nineties. Yeah our inner city schools at the bottom of the United States. I it's just hard to grasp you know so. That's one of them. The other is a similar one. We talk about the wealth in Rochester. Rochester has billionaires. It's a little. It's a little city by you know you look at the US but we've got billionaires you know in our city and there's a lot of wealth in our surrounding areas and yet child poverty in our inner city again hits number one at times in the US. Another thing you know. This was a city of such unity and brotherly love. And you know after that big revival you know there was the jails shutdown crying was almost non existent for like forty years after that revival you know so there was such an amazing thing. I mean this is when we look now. Though again in the heart of our city our murder rate per capita is off the charts. Again one of the highest in the US usually top fifteen or something like that and then this last one we discovered. I mean this is great city. You know you don't like we mentioned already with Frederick Douglass and other abolitionists came through the underground railroad run through here and yet just recently human trafficking. This city has become number one New York state for human trafficking. And I do hear about it in the news. And you know it's usually just little three minute blurb right. I think the fact that we use the term human trafficking. Does it a disservice thumbs? As I tell. People Human Trafficking is slavery or sexual slavery. Yeah that's it's yeah. It's one or two things like sanitized word or something like that doesn't sound as bad. You're controlling people's lives and using their bodies either for migrant work or for sex work. Yeah Yeah Yeah. It's it's the worst depression you know there could be and you know why. Why is this happening? So my heart. You know my prayer is that well first of all I mean one film is not GonNa just fix everything but if we can if we can enlighten people if we can educate if we can look at the big picture of all these amazing things that happened here You know the subtitle of my film is a journey back to restore it. Identity If we can gain the highlights the great moments of our history. 'cause we got good and bad. I mean I didn't mention this yet. But you know Nathaniel. Rochester was a slave guy slave trader. You know it's like he's got the name identity of our city but yet we know in our history. We kind of flip that on its head so But here we are again. You know with that that part of our identity you know so there's always a good and bad that's happening There's no people group. That's the perfect people in the other guys. Are that bad people you know. We are even as US as individuals. We have inner struggle. We have our good days and our bad days. So my prayer is that you know through first of all through the enlightenment and people learning who we are as one people right unified together despite our differences that oneness that that we can have that unity that we should have. That's my prayers that we would see that and because of that oneness it would break down. I mean racism exists in our city. I hate to say it. You know All those bad heart attitudes that that we can have at times they show up but if we could let love and through prayer and coming together seeking these kind of solutions the godly solutions. That are going to heal this land. And I'll just as a pastor. Let me preach one half second. I just there's this scripture I'll say it's a great Hebrew word from long ago that said if my people will humble themselves you know so it takes humility and pray and seek the face of Creator that he would come and forgive our sins and heal our land. And that's what I WANNA see. I WANNA see the sins of our past forgiven And I want to see a healing in our I mean how does that look. I think it looks number one in our love for each other relationship with one another. If we had that kind of heart there wouldn't be the political fighting. There wouldn't be all the you know the things we do to to push our agenda head or whatever rather we would be seeking. What's best for our brother? What's best for our neighbor? That's my heart so now the really important stuff When okay well you your. Podcasts will be one of the first to hear this. Because we haven't we haven't put it out there yet will make the announcement and probably a few weeks. But we're in the editing phase right now and we've made a decision we were aiming for February second To release this. But we've we need a little more time. We could hit the date and and it wouldn't be the quality that we're looking for so we are looking to have a premier On April third Friday April Third Hochstein School of Music Hochstein yeah it's right in the core of original Rochester Open door mission and yet here field exactly exactly Susan. B Anthony's funeral is in there. You know This is the first place it was the post home. They were more shakers at the time. It's the first place Frederick. Douglass came to visit. He stated the post at a rate on that geological place. So we're GONNA do the premiere on April third More to come on that after that we are Hoping that many as as will churches and organizations that want to screen the play we will not the play screen the film. Maybe we should make it into a musical actually I mean that's Rochester. We could pull that off. I'm sure but anyways people at Jeeva yeah exactly so we want to screen and has many locations places that want to host it beyond that we will probably have a print on demand. Dvd for all the bonus material stuff. People that actually want to own it and beyond that our ultimate hopes is to get this on a Netflix. Hulu Nice or if if any of our listeners are upset w XXI or you go. Yeah I and you want to look at this please. You own a movie theater yeah right. That's very cool so about how how soon after you release. We think we have an online place that people could order the film. Oh Yeah Oh yeah. We're we're working on that right now but as close released as possible. We'll probably make both available yeah Garrett thanks so's Oh can I just add you can go to our website? I am Rochester Dot Com. You can watch our promo on there and and see other things on there. I'll be sure to include all this in. Yeah oh no loss for everybody on Garret. This has been awesome. It's pink you didn't feel like an interview. Felt like we sat down exactly exactly very good. Well I I wish you the best in this film and I really hope that it ignites a passion of history for everybody that watches it and the people will will come away with a new sense of identity and change the community. You know the better. So anything under everything that you do and Appreciate Yuck.

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"rochester" Discussed on Iroquois History and Legends

Iroquois History and Legends

11:21 min | 1 year ago

"rochester" Discussed on Iroquois History and Legends

"We talked about this on the show when it was seventy years later anonymously. Yes that's right so all these things you know as our minds we just being open to these things we just blowing us away as these things unfolded for us. So it's been a ride very cool. What we we've already talked about it. I guess briefly but maybe you can connect the threads. How else do you think that the Iroquois influenced Rochester from colonial times uneven until this day because I mean there are not a large number of Seneca people? Living in Rochester had to relocate summer in Oklahoma something six nations in Canada. And then you know the rest live down in Salamanca or out towards Journal. Yeah sure but how? How do you think that they still today? Ryan fluence right. Well there First of all the way that they came together under the Great Law of peace was was such a model of these at the time five warring nations you know just just a a an era of such devastation and bloodshed vengeance and killing and I imagine a whole society of Ptsd people and for the great peacemaker to come and unite all that without bloodshed with words with ideas. You know And then the the great. I've read the Great Law of peace. I think what is it? One hundred and eight laws that are in there and I how he he basically was laying out. The rules of this is how community should work. This is how family should work. Howard protect one another Howard to honor even between the sexes male and female. You know giving the power to the clan. Mothers to choose who their chiefs will be. That holds. The Mail chief then accountable. Impeachment can happen if you go off the tracks you know and so all those things are first of all. They're huge influence early on to Benjamin Franklin as he is looking to put together the Albany Act. Which is he's trying to unite these thirteen colonies. Everybody thinks oh thirteen colonies. They're all good friends and working together. It wasn't like that you know everybody was independent independent spirit. You know goes way back you know. And he's just trying to get them to come together. I found a little sketching of of him. Speaking with some of the the voice agent you know about. How did you guys do this? How does it work? And then even later to a greater degree you know we just recently learned in the second continental Congress believe Hancock is the president of the Congress and they are actually the again the the are invited in. I mean this is like in June right before independence. This is the eve of American independence in speak. Yes and they didn't give Hancock unnamed. Yes yeah we read all this man it was just like wow they call the great tree or something like that? It was what it translates to but I mean so you could really see. The foundation of the United States is greatly influenced specifically by this region by the people of this region. You know I just I just think that's amazing. What I also like in the great law is it talks about reconciliation. And you know not to get off on a political tangent. Rochester is a community. That needs a lot of reconciliation. There's a lot of different political ideologies religious ideologies and ethnic ideologies. And a lot of people get very cloistered in your own thing. And you don't see that brother to brother sister to reconciliation. That's right yes something i. I saw the great law of peace. Was I wondered how it would deal with religion because I figured fag nations? I'm sure there's a whole bunch of different belief systems happening but you can correct me if I'm wrong but I remember coming across one of the laws that basically said the whole religious thing. We're not GonNa let that be what what forces the unity or divides. Us You know. Just it was kind of like leave that alone you keep your beliefs where you are and almost like the first amendment that says everybody has their choice on what they want to believe and how they went out that life yeah. I don't think the great law was about controlling people. No I in fact. It's like you said it's about community. Relations and bringing schone culture is very independent. I mean you leaders and things but at the end of the day. It's all about the community coming together in consensus. Yeah and going along with something. It's very powerful and it is so cool to see like you said that that this DNA is on our region. We we've inherited that's right. Yeah it's it's it's a good heritage to have plenty of other absolutely as we look back on our heritage that we're not proud of for for me as a pastor you know and we're talking even before this interview you know. We all have bias. You know I think another way to say that as we all come with a set of beliefs when we come to the table but if we have that heart of respect and honor for one another and truly I think one thing the great law of peace was about was. You could just use the word. Unity unifying what does it take to unify? I think if we would carry that kind of heart and if we would carry I think the Great Love Peace speaks to love your neighbor and so from my Christian point of view. These are the words of Christ to love your neighbor while who's your neighbor. Well when he thought the story it was. Your enemy is your favorite. How would the Good Samaritan story you know the ones that everybody was racist against each other you know? The two sides hated each other in some way. He's like no. That's that's we love. You know if you just love your your close family and your best friends or whatever you know. That's not so great but when you can love your enemy that's that has huge impact and I'm not saying we were all enemies in this region. No I think I think my vision is to see a greater love and respect for one another and a lifting up in an elevating the identities of this place. You know of if there's somebody who are they being elevated are they being cared for or they or they being marginalized and left behind. That sounds like a good segue because Six nations focused show here boon just to to show how this spread the Senecas. How you start the documentary But can you hit some high points of awesome people? Sure from this region or moved to this to this region become a life circumstances and how they contributed to the kind well. I'll head on one thing. I on on first topic and then move into that one thing that we learned So I grew up in a little town called Sanborn New York. It's in Niagara County literally a bike ride to two or two and a half miles from the Tusk Aurora reservation and our family has some history with Tuscaroras. My grandfather back in the day. He had a propane business and he was one of the only to provide propane to the reservation and through through that he built a relationship with chief of the time Chief loud voice Chief Rickard Clinton Rickard. He asked a big statue of him right by the Foster. Yeah and believe he. He founded the Indian Defence Lions League I can't remember okay. Bye Okay he was very into a native American advocacy in the sixties and seven right right and so my my grandfather. Him were friends that he had actually gifted him. Some like a hatchet and some sort of route cudgel these kind of weapons. Yeah War Club of some type. Yeah so I learned that I only learned that the last number of years when I learned. That bet did something for me of you. Know that connection to the people of this land you know and and the Tuscaroras story that we discovered was they were there in Iroquois in people but they were down in. I believe North Carolina. And they're they're women and children were being kidnapped and sold into slavery you know by the Communists and then so they went to war. You know what else would you do to protect your your own family and that led like insult injury at one point. Four hundred of the Tuscaroras warriors were taken and sold into slavery. Georgia you know. It was just a horrible time and so they ended up fleeing from the area and they're coming up Pennsylvania New York area looking for refuge looking for a home and You know the five nations at that point I think seventeen twenty two five nations take them in and it marks this region from an early time as a place of abolition as a place of freedom as a place of refuge. You know that are going to be a huge part of the identity moving moving forward in history so then that leads us to guys like Frederick Douglas. I believe I would say Frederick. Douglass is the greatest abolitionist of American history. Probably the most well known at least you know. He's the most photographed in the nineteenth century. He I mean He. He's more photographed than President Lincoln. He made so purpose because he wanted to get his a social media campaign. Where every picture so that? When people saw him they would raise story about him to spread his yeah advocacy and so in this in this film making. We actually interviewed the great great great grandson. Frederick Douglass Ken Morris Junior and He told us you know. His grandfather never smiled in a picture because he wanted to show the dignity he wanted to say. He didn't want people to because people already talked bad about him when he came out with I auto biography. They there's like there's no way a slave could have written such thing. Nobody wanted to believe it until you heard him speak and then it's like Whoa. So in every photograph he took. He carried that dignity in the seriousness of his face to show. You know this is. This is someone that deserves respect and someone you know and and so I think that's just one of the amazing things of again the effects I could point back to how the Tuscaroras were taken in as part of that identity. That would show up. And if you guys haven't I mean some of you probably have at least heard the name Frederick Douglass but the stuff he did is just absolutely remarkable escaping from slavery and then starting a newspaper in Rochester Starting newspaper on your own sounds ending when you're a a self educated this former enslaved person s and now you're putting out tons of literature Advocating for the initiative slavery and speaking and he really is the Northstar. Yeah Yeah I it really is amazing and so I think Frederick Douglass is such a great character for Rochester because he personifies this region you know he's of course he's African descent But it's everybody pretty much agrees that he's a white descent that Slave had raped his mother But he's also of native American descent. You know so..

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"rochester" Discussed on Iroquois History and Legends

Iroquois History and Legends

11:50 min | 1 year ago

"rochester" Discussed on Iroquois History and Legends

"Hello and welcome. Iroquois history and legends. I'm Andrew Garrett went as you can tell Garret is not caleb actually today we have a very special guest we have Garett went. And I'm going to be interviewing him. I'm very excited about this. Because Garrett is working on a very exciting project not a podcast but actually documentary. I'm just going to be asking him different questions. And we're GONNA talk about it. Just have a conversation and I think that guy's by the time you're done listening you're definitely going to want to check out this fill. It's going to be incredible especially if you're a history fan but even more so if you're in upstate New York history fan so Garrett I just wanted to welcome you again. Thank you so much for taking the time to drive over an hour to get here and yeah no I sit down and I appreciate you. Give me the opportunity to tell people about what we're doing and I've enjoyed listened. I've listened to a few of your podcast as well and Seeing your love for the schone people so I share that with you so the name of your documentary is called. Im Rochester That can be kind of ambiguous and really open ended. So yeah could you just tell me? What is I am Rochester? And why did you decide to take on this? Everything I know about Rochester history. It seems like bishops. Probably Right. Yeah and that's what we found well first of all that name. I am Rochester. I think it's purposefully ambiguous. But one of the things that speaks into is identity and the identity of this region the identity of this part of upstate New York the whole Finger Lakes region is where our focuses. The things that historically have happened and come out of this place have influenced. This nation have influenced the world actually and multiple different ways through business through movements through reformation in huge ways and so on this journey. We've had to really look at it at all these different stories. All these amazing things that have happened. And try to distill down like. What is the thread? That goes through all of our history. You know that. That really establishes the identity which from my perspective. It's a God given identity of this region. You know so. Many people live here and I found that so many people that I know aren't actually from Rochester. You know they've imported from somewhere else. Brought them myself. I wasn't born and raised in Rochester. I am an upstate New Yorker but When I started to dive into the stories and into our history it gave me a real sense of those that went before though they might not be a blood relative. Gave me a sense of. Wow I belong to this. I belong to these stories. These these are part of of who I am and in it's really shaped how I look at myself and the identity that I carry based on what's happened here. So what kick you off to actually be like you know what? I'm GonNa make a documentary covering? Yeah the the high points of rusher in this western New York area's history. Sure I guess. The story really started a couple years ago. I am a pastor and of a small church and there was a person that was part of my church for a little while I really connected with. He's actually a born and raised Rochester in African American descent and he has such a love for city such a love for this region. Our paths partied a little bit but we continue to get together every six months or so just for breakfast and hanging out and every time we did he would always bring up the amazing history and the mazing things that have occurred in in our city and in this region and he was. I think there's a little frustration in of like I'm always sharing with people about these things and they seem to get it for a minute but it's just like it doesn't penetrate to the heart like don't you understand who we are as a people and the idea just went off like a light bob like his name's Leonard Jones Leonard. What if we made a documentary film and tried to capture all of this so that we could show people I mean people are so you know media open these days and so if you could put it in such a format that people could ingest it in like an hour and a half? How amazing would that be? And so that was almost two years ago. Now that we've been chasing this thing so we actually caught my attention to. Your documentary was Friends of friends were posting your links on social media. And then I started seeing that you were filming at Hooding shoney's locations interviewing people for this and I thought That's really interesting because a lot of people and not you listeners to this show but a lot of people think that American history starts with a seventeen seventy six or maybe French and Indian war if you WanNa know what that is or mayflower nothing else in between they don't understand that the the history of our area actually goes back to the indigenous people that have lived here for time immemorial that's right so when and how did you decide you know what we need to include the Onondaga the Senate knievel into what we're doing it was for me. It was It was really I'll call it divine. We had lived in Pittsburgh area for fourteen years. Our kids were going through school and everything and and After they graduated we sold our house. We ended up moving into victor and literally one mile exactly and so my wife and I were out there and this idea of this film was was burgeoning in us and we took a walk on the trails out there. And we've there before my wife used to bring the Kizer you know. When they're going out to the museum and everything and Walk along the trails we only read one of the plaques like along the trail they had these different plants you can read about the history and stuff we only came across one plaque that we actually my wife started. Reads like you gotTa see this. Was it say and it starts telling this story about this woman named Jiggling. Sassy and that's I think how I'm going to pronounce it as my best stab at it. I've pronounced a different way. And maybe we're both wrong okay. But but nonetheless we didn't know this story and greatly ties with with one of the I think one of the greatest stories the schone only have which is of the great peacemaker. It blew my mind. Yeah and she is the first human but also woman to receive this message now. That's important to us because we already knew one of the themes in this film about this region is about the elevation of women you you're Susan B. Anthonys and and the women's suffrage and everything that came out the first time ever voting for women in the. Us history happened in Rochester. You know and so the deeper we dug into that story and then going into the museum and interviewing the curator Michael Gall von and and he said well actually the Seneca Ben doing that I yeah exactly and we actually found a political cartoon from back in the day where it shows average people up on a hill and win the suffrage. Women are marching down below their banners. And there's some little caption you know what's wrong with them. We've had the right to vote for hundreds of years. You know it's just like wow yes so interesting but but then through all that we learned how you know Liz with Katie Stanton and Lucretia. These suffered gist actually went and met with consulted with and invited them to their meetings. Right here in Farmington. The friends meeting hall where they had everybody back in the day. We'll talk about the other. People visited Frederick Douglass and they had a whole delegation of Seneca women come in and lead the meeting and tell them about what they do and I didn't know that specific very specific write in Farmington. Right here in Farmington. Oh that is beautiful. Yeah so so are are is just continue to be opened and once we started to see all this. We realized exactly what you said. We can't say we're going to tell the history of this region and start with some date of some European you know star with Nathaniel Rochester. Yes something like that right. That would be a gross error and and in this pursuit we have just been our world's been really rocked by that story of peacemaker. It's a really open question I had here. What has blown you away that you've learned about the holding of schone people that you didn't know before what's really like. My worldview has changed. Yeah Yeah there's a boy there's so many different things we we're trying to include some of these things in the film. You can hit a few of yeah. One was so interesting when we were at Ghent again and preparing for an interview. There was a quilt on the wall. And one of these rooms and It was a quote of General Washington and I might not get it exactly right. What was on the quilt. But looking at the history since then there's a moment where he basically Orders the complete annihilation and destruction of the Amish people and the history that then follows. Is I think at least forty villages are burnt to the ground and through all of that. There's a word and I think it's different in the different languages but and I'm not gonNa say it right now but there is a word that that was then coined he would eventually become president of course as the title for the US President that is used to this day destroyer destroyer whether it was you know town destroyer Obama town destroyer. Engine town destroyer. Reagan whoever the Seneca people and the Shawnee as a thing they say well it's it's you know they have a thing of inheriting titles now they use that in their own system of government but they say it's appropriate because residents do they were strikes on their enemies. The destroy towns. Yeah yeah that's true. Every president since then has right watched some military campaign against somebody. Yeah Yeah and then all the history of Treaty Broken Treaty Broken Treaty broken. That's amazing it's it's interesting. When I heard Peter jemison speak? He makes it very clear when he talks about the treaties. He says the treaties were never broken. He says the treaties were violated because Peter said if we say that the treaties you broken than we wash our hands and we walk away but he said no are people are going to hold onto it. If there's a violation we're going to speak up against it but we're going to hold our line of the Covenant and so he says many violations and then just yesterday we. We had the chain brightening right here in Canada I went to and two hundred and twenty five years later the descendants of the six nations. That were there. They had the descendants of the quaker people from the media the thing and they even had the seventh grade grandson of Timothy Pickering nat this commemoration unbelievable so it was to see my ancestors their ancestors all back to our twenty five years later. Yep STOPS HAPPENED. But let's let's not give up on this religion. You know what happened when we're early into this so we. I think we knew the story of Jigsaw. Say By this point But this is twenty eighteen. All of a sudden we got the local little paper out in Victor. I can't remember what it's called but it covers a few towns or something and here this From the pickering Treaty the Gift From Washington was one of these Belts hype hatchets. Know what I'm talking about. There's a better name for it but It's a decorative hatchet but also it's a peace pipe. I've seen yeah piece played with the saints. Well this thing was one of the gifts that was given but it had been stolen years and years ago..

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"rochester" Discussed on WSB-AM

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03:01 min | 2 years ago

"rochester" Discussed on WSB-AM

"This is the best be me Rochester college looking at the weekend rate chances by my forecast anytime on the WB radio at I don't think we really got to the the nugget of that story yeah so Democrat a Democrat crime yeah going on a see and below sea are aren't seen not online yes really it really pelo Seaver scene tire progressive wing right there there's issues going on and and I remember John banner exactly what's happening yeah they're basically saying she's not a real Democrat because she's not progressive enough correct she however knows how to win elections but apple OC is saying you live in this Twitter world and that's right that's not how how the real world works the hands correct and it's causing issues it was you say all these people have the public whatever and their Twitter world this policy but they didn't have any following there for people and that's how many votes they got and that's absolutely correct the power that a see and the rest the liberal caucus has is that they got CNN and MSNBC in their back pocket they have no real power unless they can inspire in the next round that forty new people who agree with them end up in there it's a numbers game and in politics and in the house especially and they don't have the power and she understands that so she says that the AOC I had a dollar for dials once this year and have more time to do my actual job really where's the legislation with your name on it I haven't seen anything it's like we're working on at and she's so at the heart but she says is the things that what we did you all people need to gather way because we need to work fast now because we are dealing with existential threats like climate change and I'm notices how much time do I have a minute to speak here before here okay so I don't know how myself I don't think I have a contrary in nature on purpose I just I I do see things in a contrary way and I'm trying to figure out why our night I'm not on the same page with anybody on the right or the left who thinks that we live in just all my god we got a win this time or else the whole thing goes up in smoke here's a aside moment here okay some reading you try to read anything down politics is infused with it this is the decade's most important novel is your summer must read well I thought what is this but just in the opening of this don't start the music under me in twenty nineteen escapist beach reading ain't what it used to be sure you could bring a tangled who done it or a twisty YA romance paperback on your summer vacation but with the world on fire millions of species winking out of existence and climate change barreling towards us like the unwanted approach of September those kinds of reeds may start to feel a little bit like literary privilege it's legit to chill out on the sand but to bury your head in it not so much and in there I've identified exactly where.

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