19 Burst results for "Ron Brown"

"ron brown" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"ron brown" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Because he said there's a new law in bam anyone to talk about so let's welcome man Ron brown what's going on man there are not and thank gain new and they're even heard that they were going to do it I just past the mall in Alabama news saying no joke tell me in the loop he has taken me what are all me and now I'm not go green only in it said three children had to have a vasectomy because of the abortion build and that and the woman came out and said that the reason it seems Billboard in the past so rapidly but as the girls of the abortion bill in Alabama well done the life of that came through the house than what the Senate down there have to pass and then won the governor have to sign off you trying to tell me all three of those things happened it happened is there was that on the news logo me pull my while come home when I called to make sure that it did things went through in answering it's not a proposal it's a long and I don't know that I'll be able to Colleen and more if they do put me in jail for it because I ain't no way and and and and do we know by the board you know yeah adding it nobody handing it no other woman the semi while pregnant and in totally different no I mean the murder of a child it does not and now they want to go there and get sterile they can do you know that women are mean but the forces into the culture well we did speak negatively saying as over forty over thirty well yes a firm for a state like Alabama to come up with someone let me get Tony's legal opinion telling you ever heard of proposal like that or how the hell could they get that thing ramrod on through I never heard of it I'm looking it up now to see details my phone is so slow in this studio can't you get better why pioneer well I'd maybe the hamsters shut down a little bit early tonight that runs around the powers everything around here it out yeah a lot of times we're lucky to get the weather map pulled on up but I think they're gonna says it was proposed as a bill that's what I heard Ron proponent propose not passed right not passed right but what I'm reading yeah it it it hasn't those laws like DAB whatever yeah that's one of these that far out whacked out left this row run and so if somebody is his that scratched out the word proposed and they're out there spreading fake news and you know they're famous for spreading fake news but I can't believe it but Tony says that's what it's like they tried to get in Ohio a medical marijuana prove for fans of the Browns and the bangles I think that kind of a joke yeah yeah yeah yeah you came on don't worry about it but I will have to get noticed that let me go ahead spread the word out there right yeah let's have as many children as you want body yeah nobody's gonna be Kuttner snip enough and off you yeah I I can't see that law passed today places to still on a man to have a little bit of say around here right it's not there's no way a law like that whatever go well but these days all of that there are all kinds of shenanigans Tony opera del yeah Bernie Sanders he's a flat out communist he's lead a Democrat party right Hey Ron you tell me is your opinion that Bernie Sanders just some regular old run of the mill Democrat or see the real deal communist well add noting economy and.

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"ron brown" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"ron brown" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Sachs. Ron Brown's right hand, man. So I think it's the bravery that helps you beat this game called life. You know, they try to scare me to not wear this hat, my own friends, but his hat gives me it gives me power a away. You know, my dad and my mom separated. So I didn't have a lot of male energy in my home. And also. I'm married to a family that. Not a lot of male energy going on it's beautiful. But there's times where you know, something about, you know. I love Hillary. I love everyone. Right. But the campaign, I'm with her just didn't make me feel as a guy that didn't get to see my dad all the time. Like a guy that kept played catch with his son. It was something about when I put this hat off. And maybe feel like superman you made a superman that was that's my favorite superhero. And you made a superman Cape for me also as a guy that looks up to you looks up to Raffarin looks up to American industry guys non-political knows bowl. And just goes and gets it done right now, you gave me the heart go to Adidas. Because at Adidas when I went in two thousand fifteen we're a fourteen billion dollar company losing two billion dollars a year. Now, we have a thirty eight billion dollar market cap. It's called the easy affect and I went to casper. We had a meeting as Chicago. And I said you have to bring manufacturing on shore inch Nathan shore. Into the core. Is that about the borders? The core of Adidas Chicago is the core of middle America. We have to make America strong. I mean, this thing made me a billionaire, and I could have lost two hundred million dollars walking away from that deal. But even with that I knew it was more important for me to take the chance to walk away from that deal than a half. No fathers in Chicago with no homes, and when we do have a reprobation for no cause. Habilitation rehabilitation because they have the abilities in the first place. We never had anyone that taught us we teach us raise after we had no one to tout us, right? So it's more important than any specific deal. Any anything that we bring jobs into America? Liberal.

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Salarmy Trump Tower Trump Tower, Donald Trump and Trump Tower discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

05:02 min | 2 years ago

Salarmy Trump Tower Trump Tower, Donald Trump and Trump Tower discussed on 24 Hour News

"Alarm dot com Com slash music Salarmy Trump Tower Trump Tower was sealed off as police responded to a report of a suspicious package. Inside the building they then said there were three suspicious packages inside the Fifth Avenue tower that is home to the president's New York residents and. His family's business later in the evening officials gave the all-clear saying no. Threat was posed the president and first lady were not at Trump Tower. At the time they were at the president's golf, course in, Bedminster New Jersey even Mr. Trump is not. A New York his skyscraper is surrounded by a thick layer. Of security measures people coming in, to Trump Tower have to go through. A security. Check Steve Kastenbaum New York President Trump is denying reports that he knew in advance about that meeting with the Russian attorney and Trump Tower, involving Donald Trump. Junior and others during the twenty sixteen campaign sources told CNN NBC news that Mr. Trump's former personal attorney. And so-called, fixer Michael Cohen flames then candidate Trump knew about the meeting coin Did not tell the house intelligence committee last year that Trump headed dance knowledge of. The meeting after Trump junior said he did not tell his father about the meeting there was nothing to tell calling tweeted so proud of Donald. Trump junior for being open honest and transparent to the American people Trump. Also took to Twitter to push back and his longtime personal fixer I. Did not know of the meeting with my son, Don Jr., sounds to me like someone is trying to. Make up stories in order to get himself out of an. Unrelated jam correspondent Manu Raju total, strangers have stepped up and supported a. Gofundme campaign. Aimed at helping to young brothers from Brooklyn who suffer from a debilitating disease the parents are hoping that between science and donations they're boys, we'll have a. Normal life last year there little boy Benny miss developmental milestones it took us seven months of going to. Specialist after, specialist after specialists eventually a grim diagnosis Canavan disease 's a fatal genetic. Neurological disorder even worse benny's little brother Josh has it too but a cure is within reach parents Gary and Jenny Landsman got to work with a fundraising goal of one point five million. Dollars for a potentially ground-breaking experimental gene therapy they've raised one point two million with their go fund me page and a lot of hope we're. Pretty optimistic that our boys will be the first, to be, cured of the disease the Landsman say if it works, they'll keep raising money. To help cure other children Sonia Rincon ten ten wins in marine park. Wins news time eleven, thirty seven Tasty cake it's all, about making happy happen no matter what the, situation helping your friend move. Yeah third time this year what do you say we put a smile on that face. With a tasty, cake peanut butter, candy cakes sure why not so what do you. Think I, have to say that's a delicious cake great so. You're happy now That'd be? Good enough for me another happy ish customer. Tasty. Cake making happy happy Princess. Leia will be back in Star Wars Episode nine the movie. Will include the late Carrie Fisher's through the use of previously, unreleased footage years later Bobby Brown is denying that he ever beat his late. Wife Whitney Houston at a panel for a new BT series about body Brown's life violent Brown was asked by TV critics if he, regretted a two thousand three fight with Houston in which he. Was charged with battery a visibly bruised Whitney Houston, standing by his side and court her publicist at, the, time putting. Out a statement the Brown was. Sorry about what happened in hoped, Houston forgives him Nine one one calls I think there was looking at ABC news article. 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"ron brown" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"ron brown" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"George hill and now you have other guys complementing lebron james who still performing at just that ridiculous level and now you have other players also put in their their work as well let's go to chi baltimore next up on cbs sports radio what's up hey what's up man first of all kosher year eastern conference lebron james ron brown was on at six fifteen tonight oh really and that's why i i did radio for a while in philadelphia and people some people call them no say i don't want the brown the sixers i'm like come on brought him the sixers he's the best player in the sport stevenson terrible he was brett brown i know brett brown but he was terrible last night and he did not do a good job in game number two as well you talked about this but it was running the score why not call timeout before that has tom lead all know scott why not call timeout settle oh man that's just it was that that game that game rub you the wrong way mad because i love i like the sixers a young team but they just they just young man and by the way go baltimore ravens we'll see about that guy been hearing that for the last few years we'll see about that brett brands that have really good year but it's not had a good postseason has not had a good second round and i like brett but not taking that time out in game to hurt and then last night a lot of the blame goes on the players as well you don't just put her on the coach but his team just did not do a good job last senate also falls on the coaches well and right at halftime stephen takes a time out sixers up by seven point game sixty up by seven takes time out what happens going into the half the sixers.

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"ron brown" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"ron brown" Discussed on AP News

"For the ap i'm ron brown with rivet more people are speaking their opinion on guns following the mass shooting at a florida school in february and as they piece matt small reports the new poll shows support is up for stricter gun control law that's according to a new ap in our seaports that finds most gun owners and half republicans favor new laws to address gun violence the poll finds that nearly seven and ten adults favor stricter gun control measures the strongest level of support since the ap i asked the question five years ago but despite that poll results show that nearly half of americans don't expect elected officials to take any action matt small washington nissan doesn't plan to change its road test for self driving vehicles according to the japanese automakers chief planning officer this comes after the march eighteenth death of a woman who was hit by a self driving uber in the phoenix arizona area it was the first death involving a full autonomous test vehicle nissan coo says the company's ensuring its tests are safe and he says specially trained drivers always keeps her hands on the steering wheels of such vehicles nissan's been conducting autonomous driving tests in london tokyo and california welcome to total wine and more it's much more than a wine store it's the eighth wonder of the world when people talk about total wine and more they get a little carried away we're just a big friendly place run by people with a passion for wine and beer see we travel the world to find the best wines from the best regions and we seldom the lowest prices anywhere and friendly helpful experts at every turn you know what maybe we.

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Kevin Durant of Golden State Warriors out two weeks

Dari and Mel

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

Kevin Durant of Golden State Warriors out two weeks

"In overtime warriors lost to the kings ninety eight ninety three hours after learning kevin durant out at least two weeks with an injured rib predators doubled up the avalanche four to became the first nhl team to clinch playoff spot this season and it fell seattle in need it receiver after free agent paul richardson's departure agreed on a deal with through ron brown look i'm being honest i'm recording this friday morning but that being said we're talking about a tire went on monday we will talk sweet sixteen and we check in with golic real this time because they'll actually be here in person.

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"ron brown" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"ron brown" Discussed on RobinLynne

"No meeting loud is james we are laying the ron brown deer road to downtown they're all one lead the news yeah upi two and.

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"ron brown" Discussed on Code Switch

Code Switch

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ron brown" Discussed on Code Switch

"Me when you call people kings right it calls them to a different level of behavior and leadership when you tell kids that they are phenomenal and great and he's kids argued on a steady diet of not that right so i think you know the educators that we selected understand the the challenges that our kids are facing and everything that they do is deliberately designed to counteract that into uplift gene i mean we totally here you'll because it was odd for us as well when we first started going you know i would normally say kids and it was like oh kings and you could hear the teach us to didn't near forty i mean correct themselves stop and say kids oh oh no i mean kings like that was very much the first month i would say i think some of it when you say young man some of it was to give them to say deal to plant the seeds that they have a future they is a long term plan for them while a lot of them because of the age all because of what they've seen around them might think abedi shortterm here's just you know there are so few places in which black boys get to be boys and get the be kids way up i will say they did use the term so they call them kings but gene i will say they treated them like boy is there wa hugs they were carrying them upside down they will wiping away tears the world you know hugging them there was a lot of nurturing going on i'm also curious about what life was like from would you go so for the women in the space of the people who were nantes underperforming who were either teachers at ron brown or worked in the building like what is it like to be in a space that is so mayo and has a very specific idea about masculinity that his projector there were a few women at ron brown and most of them a unfortunately expedient some level of sexism for this from the students and it's hard to students from the students it's hard to know how can of pervasive it was.

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"ron brown" Discussed on Code Switch

Code Switch

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ron brown" Discussed on Code Switch

"Ron brown that attracted them to the school it was a lot of different things so one family told us his son had been on a private catholic school for yours and said the academic foundation at without paying the private tuition was definitely another payton said she really loved the idea of going on all these trips an old us exposure on that was wonderful and she said even though the school it wasn't as academically rigorous as she wanted um she said that she really wanted her son to be about around black role models and i i would say that beyond although like kind of individual reasons i think there was a collective sense that something different was happening at the school will and pedants wanted to be part of it so romarin obviously not votes or social economic we is not terribly diverse raise mostly was lowincome known him pocket of of upper middle class kids at wrote a young in the data points we've used or almost half come from families the qualify for food stamps that is a very real level of poverty and we know that the vast majority are considered low income so you as our ed folks are ed reporters can you sort of breakdown how much socioeconomic diversity matters inhouse due to perform in whether or not having a critical mass of middle class or upper middle class kids move the needle one direction or the other yeah there's a lot of a lot of good and interesting research on the importance of of socioeconomic integration why it matters what sort of effect it has on students and actually just i'm i wanna quote from an interview we did and the and pera team last year as an online interview that were my colleagues on your cabinets did with richard cowan berg who is a senior fellow at the century foundation they've done a lot of good work on socioeconomic integration and converts had this kids who have big dreams are expecting to go onto college are less likely to cause disruption cut classes and are more likely to be academically engaged and on average those peers are found more often in economically mixed then in highpoverty.

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"ron brown" Discussed on Code Switch

Code Switch

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"ron brown" Discussed on Code Switch

"Support for this npr podcast and the following message comes from comcast which is grateful to the nation's military for their dedicated service as one of america's most military friendly employers comcast has hired more than thirteen thousand members of the military community since two thousand ten i'm sharing matti thelma asia and i'm gene debbie we host coats which npr's podcast where we talk about race identity and culture join us in chicago at the harris theater with special guest him median hurry kanda bulletin will track race representation and his new documentary the problem with approve pouring up i had no choice but to like this thing you'll gounghin any one of in it to not go to pena come kick it with us friday november tent at eight pm tickets at wb easy dot org slash events pie this guy rise and i mini thomas and together we bring you wow in the world npr's podcast her curious grown at and we're back with all new episodes new scientific adventures both in and out of this world find wow in the world on npr one apple podcast or wherever you get your podcasts what schedule you're listening to the codes which podcast i'm gene debbie serena travelling this week so as you know for the past few weeks we've been looking at the very first year of the very first freshman class at ron brown college preparatory high school which is here in washington dc i'm here to talk about a new school that dc public schools opening in 2016 welcome to their ron brown college preparatory high school who are here to change the narrative we develop our young man academically socially and get them ready to be the fathers in young men that will lee our city forward we're at your house you face new business were keren about richer moms if the speak greatness in young people acts that great great greatness puree deemed now young man i'm excited about that.

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"ron brown" Discussed on Code Switch

Code Switch

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"ron brown" Discussed on Code Switch

"Who succeed if with changing the odds when a lot of these kids are actually seeing their life part like a different path available then i feel like yet the school has been successful i mean they can't take on the world they are taking on a hundred kids at a time and then my hope is that there are ideas and things that we the loaned along the way that can be transferred and scaled up and hopefully in form of the schools in a lot of ways the odds are the store rate lean and ron brown is trying to agha's like the deserve a change the calculus little will boone in a very very finite constrained space rate but it sits in this world with the odds are with the odds are you on absolute i mean other ones is because the win rather swimming upstream against sorts the forces rate the thing is like those forces or things that we could do something about i mean we this assad we as a country i mean let's be honest we need to talk about these things at a much higher level than at the level of a school district loris or school or a school absolutely um obviously there's a lot here we only just started this scratch the surface of all the stuff on that the story surfaced so to be the thank you so much rocco with us thank you for having us please give simply oregon court turner is a reporter for npr as a team could be the cardoza as a reporter for education week arch oh that's our show if you're not already subscribe to our podcast please get on that we love to hear from your email us at codes which at impure dot org or tweet at us we're npr coats which today's episode was edited by charene marsal raji and semi and again and produced by maria pas gutierrez and lead the noah special thanks to our education we partners scott montgomery kathleen kennedy manzo in leslie maxwell shabir to the mexico's which team i'm gene debbie easy.

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"ron brown" Discussed on Code Switch

Code Switch

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ron brown" Discussed on Code Switch

"Me when you call people kings right it calls them to a different level of behavior in leadership when you tell kids that they are phenomenal and great and he's kids are get on a steady diet of not that right so i think you know the educators that we selected understand the the challenges that our kids are facing and everything that they do is deliberately designed to counteract that into uplift gene i mean we totally here you because it was odd for us as well when we first started going you know i would normally say kids and it was like oh kings and you could hear the teach us to didn't your hearty i mean correct themselves stop and say kids oh oh no i mean kings like that was very much the first month i would say i think some of it when you say young man some of it was to give them this ideal to plant the seeds that they have a future they is a long term plan for them while a lot of them because of the age old because of what they've seen around them might think of video shortterm has just you know there are so few places in which black boys get to be boys and get to be kids way up i will say they did use the term they call them kings but gene i will say be treated them like boy is that while hugs they were carrying them upside down they will wiping away tears the world you know hugging them there was a lot of nurturing going on i'm also curious about what life was like from would you go so for the women in the space of the people who were non giniger former who were either teachers at ron brown or worked in the building like what is it like to be in a space that is so mayo and has a very specific idea about masculinity that is projected there were a few women at ron brown and most of them a unfortunately expedient some level of sexism for this from the students in it's hard to students from the students it's hard to know how can of pervasive at work.

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"ron brown" Discussed on Code Switch

Code Switch

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ron brown" Discussed on Code Switch

"Tunas were and could see who they were interacting with on a daily basis there didn't seem to be a lot of clicking a lot of subgrouping he so for these these upper income parents what was it about ron brown that attracted them to the school it was a lot of different things so one family told us his son had been in a private catholic school for yours and said the academic foundation at without paying the private tuition was definitely another pattern said she really loved the idea of going on all these trips and although this exposure and that was wonderful and she said even though the school it wasn't as academically rigorous as she wanted she said that she really wanted her son to be about around black role models and i i would say that beyond all those like kind of individual reasons i think there was a collective sense that something different was happening at the school will and pedants wanted to be part of it so rubber obviously not threats spla social economic we is not terribly diverse right is mostly mostly lowincome melanin pocket of of upper middle class kids at right i am in the data points we've used or almost half come from families the qualify for food stamps that's a very real level of poverty and we know that the vast majority are considered low income so you as our ed folks at reporters can you sort of breakdown how much socioeconomic diversity matters inhouse due to perform in whether or not having a critical mass of middle class of a middle class kids move the needle one direction or the other yeah there's a lot of a lot of good and interesting research on the importance of of socioeconomic integration why matters what sort of effect it has on students and actually just when a quote from an interview we did and the and pera team last year as an online interview that were my colleagues on your cabinets did with richard cowan berg who is a senior fellow with the century foundation they've done a lot of good work on socioeconomic integration and count burks had this kids who have big dreams are expecting to go onto college.

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"ron brown" Discussed on Code Switch

Code Switch

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ron brown" Discussed on Code Switch

"Me when you call people kings right it calls them to a different level of behavior and leadership when you tell kids that they are phenomenal and great unease kids argued on a steady diet of not that right so i think you know the educators that we selected understand the challenges that our kids are facing and everything that they do is deliberately designed to counteract that into uplift gene i mean we totally here you'll because it was odd for us as well when we first started going you know i would normally say kids and it was like oh kings and you could hear the teach us to didn't near forty i mean correct themselves stop and say kids oh oh no i mean kings like that was very much the first month i would say i think some of it when you say young man some of it was to give them this ideal to plant the seeds that they have a future they is a long term plan for them while a lot of them because of their age all because of what they've seen around them might think abedi shortterm he has just you know there are so few places in which black boys get to be boys and get to be kids way ups i will say they did use the term said they call them kings but gene i will say be treated them like boy is there wa hugs they were carrying them upside down they will wiping away tears the world you know hugging them there was a lot of nurturing going on i'm also curious about what life was like from would you go so for the women in the space of the people who were non underperforming who were either teachers at ron brown or worked in the building like what is it like to be in a space that is so mayo and has a very specific idea about masculinity that is projector there were a few women at ron brown and most of them a unfortunately expedient some level of sexism for this from the students and it's hard to students from the students at tottenham how can of pervasive at work.

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"ron brown" Discussed on Code Switch

Code Switch

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ron brown" Discussed on Code Switch

"Lee subtext and because we knew generally who the more affluent students were and could see who their interacting with on a daily basis there doesn't seem to be a lot of clicking a lot of subgrouping he so for these these upper income parents what was it about ron brown that attracted them to the school it was a lot of different things so one family told us his son had been in a private catholic school for yours and said the academic foundation at without paying the private tuition was definitely another patten said she really loved the idea of going on all these trips and all of this exposure and that was wonderful and she said even though the school it wasn't as academically rigorous as she wanted um she said that she really wanted her son to be about iran black role models and i i would say that beyond although like kind of individual reasons i think there was a collective sense that something different was happening at the school will and pedants wanted to be part of it so rubber and obviously is not that's uh social economically is not terribly diverse right is mostly mostly lowincome melanin pocket of of upper middle class kids at right i am in the data points we've used or almost half come from families the qualify for food stamps that a very real level of poverty and we know that the vast majority are considered low income so you as our ad folks are at reporters can you sort of breakdown how much socioeconomic diversity matters in house it is performing whether or not having a critical mass of middleclass roman class kids move the needle one direction or the other yeah there's a lot of a lot of good and interesting research on the importance of of socioeconomic integration wyant matters what sort of effect it has on students and actually just i'm i wanna quote from an interview we did and the and pera team last year as an online interview that were my colleagues on your cabinets did with richard cowan berg who is a senior fellow at the century foundation they've done a lot of good work on socioeconomic integrate.

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"ron brown" Discussed on Code Switch

Code Switch

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ron brown" Discussed on Code Switch

"Real and lasting fell apart almost immediately ah i used to do a cds when i was a public radio reported on it was called beating the odds and and was like i would highlight students who have like really face severe challenges under and are doing fabulously light they've they've gone to college on a fluoride scottish at them and i remember talking about this once and someone in the audience said you know why are we talking about beating the odds when it comes to these children we should be talking about changing the odds for them and so that's the way i saw ron brown like i felt if we were changing the odds are conscious be one or two students who go to college or hutu or who succeed if with changing the odds where a lot of these kids are actually seeing their life pot like a different path available then i feel like yeah the school has been successful i mean they can't take on the world they are taking on a hundred kits at a time and then my hope peres that there are ideas and if things that me they've learnt along the way that can be transferred and scaled up and hopefully inform other schools in a lot of ways the odds are the story right i mean mr brown is trying to against like that you said like change the calculus at a little bit in a very very finite constrained space rate but it sits in this world where the odds are with the odds are ya on absolutely i mean other than what is because the win right there swimming upstream against all sorts of forces rate the thing is like those forces or things that we could do something about i mean we this assad we as a country i mean let's be honest like we need to talk about these things at a much higher level than at the level of a school district loris or school or a school absolutely um obviously there's a lot here we've only two started the scratch the surface of all of the stuff.

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"ron brown" Discussed on Code Switch

Code Switch

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"ron brown" Discussed on Code Switch

"It's not going to work for them in the some kids are used a certain things how they survive in their community that's not my son fron he can't he doesn't understand that really in i feel safer him being closer to home in with a group that's more like him that's all it had something happened i really i i mean i don't wanna talk bad about the school could i think the concepts good teachers ago the caribbean's good it's just that to be honest has sailor out sounding i want you to say it exactly the way you feel on like i'm not low income so there's different skill set you need in your environment so this lime it might be good for those kids but i'm more by academics aama very involved parent and i just feel this this is not where he needs to be going could be the leg howe from your reporting from we guys were there how did that gulf in income between those kids in the other kids school play out look in the classroom i was actually surprised by how little we saw the the differences manifest in sort of daily interactions between students part of that could be because the school was really built around hiding that inequity as best as possible so they had uniforms the school served not one not to be three free meals a day in the free to every student so you know there there's just no money changing hands it's the inequity was largely subtext and because we knew generally who the more affluent students were and could see who they were interacting with on a daily basis there didn't seem to be a lot of clicking a lot of subgrouping he so for these these upper income parents what was it about ron brown that attracted them to the school it was a lot of different things so one family told us his son had been in a private catholic school for yours and said the academic foundation.

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"ron brown" Discussed on Code Switch

Code Switch

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"ron brown" Discussed on Code Switch

"Ooh chapter one what learning looks like we'd set it many times now ron brown's approach to discipline is radical it's approach to school culture is radical well it's approach to academics is in many ways just as radical and we're going to spend the first half of this episode getting to know two veteran teachers at the heart of that a patch what are some of the things we discuss first shall let so you think white society filthiest as all the same so why don't we distinguish known as ms g heads the english department and she's one of the few women in the building she's one of the schools to academic geeked keep us students half to passing less to get to the 10th create at ron brown ms g teaches the classics but in a way that's much more likely to connect with the king's morris and uses blue eyes to seminars coldest villas of a sudden illness mercy that's a king named rayshine the today he and his classmates with help from mystery are unpacking tony morrison's novel the bluest i it's about a dark skin girl named cola who wants blue eyes at leads to a discussion about racism so we will tell someone lay that they're not black enough by goal yes men white people did it we've took it in the dairy it.

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"ron brown" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"ron brown" Discussed on Channel 955

"With ron brown foul nam nam probably trying to obtain man that was and how does with no no no less treated do and by man who may to laugh so let me in the thing the two okay a to gain but when we come back god's out the coming in less a curfew may right in life two the dow down no one that i love of god in bullet went one pat's gone zoo much easier let's.

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