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Lee Daniels and Andra Day on the hidden activist life of Billie Holiday
"Good afternoon. I'm jonathan kaye. Part opinion writer for the washington post. Welcome to washington post. Live the united states versus. Billie holiday is the incredible story of the fbi's effort efforts to keep jazz great billie holiday from singing strange fruit. Her signature song about lynching director lee daniels presents a gripping drama that shows holiday in all her glory and tragedy. Andrew o.'day gives a stellar performance. So convincing you'd think you were watching lady day herself. That's why i am thrilled and honored to welcome lee daniels and andhra dade to washington post. Live thank you both very much for being here to see you again. I know it's been a very long time. Greats isn't a you again both of you. Congratulations on this film. The moment i saw it. I immediately sent a letter to y'all saying okay here. All your options. I need to talk to you about this film. Le- let me start. Start with you. Thanks so as we saw in the in the opening clip. The film tackles pretty much everything. Racism sexism addiction art abuse. And i'm wondering. How did you come to this project. And what influenced your approach to billie. Holiday's life susan lori parks the pulitzer winning a prize winning playwright Sent me this beautiful script that really depicts the government breaking her down coming for her coming for billie holiday and and really trying to cripple her. As an artist or singing strange fruit which was about lynching black people and that wasn't the understanding of billie holiday that i had. I thought that she was a troubled jazz singer. Got in trouble with the law. And you know the drugs and was fashionable. I did know that she was a political activist. And so and i you know i pride myself in being smart about our history and i thought to myself that i i don't do this. I don't know i had. I had to do it. And i thought also like how many other stories about our people have have. They have been hidden so yeah that was more threes in selena. And so right and i am going to latch onto what you just said before. Which was you thought of billie holiday as a jazz singer But you didn't really know that she was an activist. What what more did she do. Other than being defiant about trying to seeing strange fruit despite government opposition and government targeting. What other things that she do that made you realize that she's she's more than just lady day. What other than she did. Besides stand up to the government. I guess a lot to say i couldn't. I don't know that i could today. I don't think that i could. They told me lead. You can never make a movie again or coming for your mother. I'm going to come for your kids and you will. I'm like take it. But the thing about her strength and her being born in the into the world that she was being born in tipton board she didn't she didn't get to fly in you know what because she. She had nothing to lose by living in her constantly. And let me bring you in here. I saw your interview go ahead. Go ahead now. I just wanted to back off that too. I mean. I think what shows so brilliantly in the movies that apart what she did in standing up to the government was being human. She's black queer woman in the nineteen thirties. Forties and fifties and that living in an owning their in itself is is is defiance than accident that she's integrating audiences music one of the first artists a black woman to integrate carnegie hall. She wasn't the first but she is one of the first shoes audiences in athlete. People understand. This is sort of pre. They're real reinvigorated civil rights mellon so we wouldn't have our heroes would not have been as bold in as they were no thurgood. Marshall end the light on downs. You know rosa parks on down if it were not for her singing. Strange fruit in defiance of the government for not for setting off this alarm in the nation. In letting people know that it's that this was a really really understand. How much for june that emboldened the civil rights news we know today you know as as arrested in the so and him showing her in all her. Human element is is access. Defiance all in itself nelson young. I'm proud from did work.
Lee Daniels and Andra Day take on Billie Holiday’s legacy
"Afternoon. I'm jonathan kaye. Part opinion writer for the washington post. Welcome to washington post. Live the united states versus. Billie holiday is the incredible story of the fbi's effort efforts to keep jazz great billie holiday from singing strange fruit. Her signature song about lynching director lee daniels presents a gripping drama that shows holiday in all her glory and tragedy. Andrew o.'day gives a stellar performance. So convincing you'd think you were watching lady day herself. That's why i am thrilled and honored to welcome lee daniels and andhra dade to washington post. Live thank you both very much for being here to see you again. I know it's been a very long time. Greats isn't a you again both of you. Congratulations on this film. The moment i saw it. I immediately sent a letter to y'all saying okay here. All your options. I need to talk to you about this film. Le- let me start. Start with you. Thanks so as we saw in the in the opening clip. The film tackles pretty much everything. Racism sexism addiction art abuse. And i'm wondering. How did you come to this project. And what influenced your approach to billie. Holiday's life susan lori parks the pulitzer winning a prize winning playwright Sent me this beautiful script that really depicts the government breaking her down coming for her coming for billie holiday and and really trying to cripple her. As an artist or singing strange fruit which was about lynching black people and that wasn't the understanding of billie holiday that i had. I thought that she was a troubled jazz singer. Got in trouble with the law. And you know the drugs and was fashionable. I did know that she was a political activist. And so and i you know i pride myself in being smart about our history and i thought to myself that i i don't do this. I don't know i had. I had to do it. And i thought also like how many other stories about our people have have. They have been hidden so yeah that was more threes in selena. And so right and i am going to latch onto what you just said before. Which was you thought of billie holiday as a jazz singer But you didn't really know that she was an activist. What what more did she do. Other than being defiant about trying to seeing strange fruit despite government opposition and government targeting. What other things that she do that made you realize that she's she's more than just lady day. What other than she did. Besides stand up to the government. I guess a lot to say i couldn't. I don't know that i could today. I don't think that i could. They told me lead. You can never make a movie again or coming for your mother. I'm going to come for your kids and you will. I'm like take it. But the thing about her strength and her being born in the into the world that she was being born in tipton board she didn't she didn't get to fly in you know what because she. She had nothing to lose by living in her constantly. And let me bring you in here. I saw your interview go ahead. Go ahead now. I just wanted to back off that too. I mean. I think what shows so brilliantly in the movies that apart what she did in standing up to the government was being human. She's black queer woman in the nineteen thirties. Forties and fifties and that living in an owning their in itself is is is defiance than accident that she's integrating audiences music one of the first artists a black woman to integrate carnegie hall. She wasn't the first but she is one of the first shoes audiences in athlete. People understand. This is sort of pre. They're real reinvigorated civil rights mellon so we wouldn't have our heroes would not have been as bold in as they were no thurgood. Marshall end the light on downs. You know rosa parks on down if it were not for her singing. Strange fruit in defiance of the government for not for setting off this alarm in the nation. In letting people know that it's that this was a really really understand. How much for june that emboldened the civil rights news we know today you know as as arrested in the so and him showing her in all her. Human element is is access. Defiance all in itself nelson young. I'm proud from did work.
New York Governor Cuomo Should Resign or Be Impeached Over Covid Scandal
"Finally allowed to talk about the fact that Andrew cuomo is a garbage governor. Who got a lot of people killed with bad policy. In fact there's a piece in the week today. By ryan cooper titled resign andrew cuomo. He points out that his administration concealed data about kroger's cases in nursing homes reportedly for fear of federal prosecution stories of his vitriolic abuse and threats directed at other democratic. new york. Politicians are coming out yet even all that is only the start of deadly corrupting competence. So in keeping with judging by his by his results cuomo should resign immediately and free new york state from his dismal. Misrule says ryan cooper of the week and not at the nursing home scandal has been bubbling for nearly a year. Now it starts with cuomo's inexplicable decision back in march two thousand twenty two order nursing homes to accept recovering covid nineteen patients even if they were still testing positive a recent. Ap investigation found that. At least nine thousand recovering patients were sent back to nursing homes and long term care facilities a number that is forty percent larger than his administration had previously admitted is unquestionably worsened. The pandemic as it ripped through new york's elderly population. that's not the only number cuomo fudged nursing homes new york attorney general letitia. James investigated situation found that his people may have under counted the number of deaths associated with nursing homes by fifty percent cuomo. Then instead of the eighty five hundred said they'd been reporting. The true number was over. Fifteen thousand about a third of the state's deaths and then of course in your post reported comments from cuomo's top aide. Melissa rosa seemingly admitted that they deliberately faked the numbers as part of a cover up. His officials froze fear. The truth is going to be used against us. By federal prosecutors ran cooper says cuomo bungled the pandemic basically from the jump. The new york city metro got hammered with the worst break in the country. In the following months cuomo's compulsive bullying and control. Habits gradually drove an exodus of public health professionals from the state government including the state's health department director of bureau of communicable disease control as medical director for uppity myalgia in the state epidemiologist and then his micromanagement tangled up the early stages of the state's vaccine rollout he throughout the plan. The state health department had worked up over months substituting his own he put he put in place strict requirements that only people who qualified to get shots but then added threats of punishment for organizations that didn't distribute their shots fast enough and the result was chronic delays. His bottom line is this. Cuomo has been a garbage governor in the media. Didn't just cover for him. They featured him. He was the greatest government in america. Meanwhile ron santa's greatest villain. In america down in florida with the number two populations seniors in america by percentage after main which has seven people.
Timberwolves officially name Chris Finch as new head coach
"Timberwolves getting a new head coach as soon as today. They fired Ryan Saunders shortly after last night's one of 3 99 loss at the Knicks. They're expected replace him. With Raptors assisting Chris Finch, he and GM Gerst on Rosa's work together in Houston a few years ago. It's been 12 years, by the way since a team hired someone else's assistant to be their head coach in season back to Saunders. See the T Wolves at a league worst seven and 24 this year 43 94 central, placing Tom Thibodeau in January of 2019. His team has been hit hard by injuries and by covert this season. Let's go back
"rosa" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids
"In the united states. February is black history month over the years bedtime. History has done episodes about influential figures from black history. Such as martin luther king. Harriet tubman. jackie robinson. And maya angelou be sure to check out these episodes. Have you ever heard of rosa parks. Rosa had a very simple life growing up but are active. Bravery became one of the most important events in the history of the civil rights movement. Rosa was born on february fourth. Nineteen thirteen intas gigi bama. When she was a child she was often sick and sadly had to spend a lot of time in bed then when she was to their family moved to live with their grandparents on a farm in a town called pine level. Rosa love being on the farm with her family gave her under siblings. Lots of room to play and to spend time with each other. They explored the woods and streams nearby and she enjoyed the school there. Rosa was safe and pine level. But this wasn't the case and other places in alabama rose in her family were african american and this was a time when black people were treated poorly in alabama. They were forced to attend separate schools. You separate bathrooms and to drink from different drinking fountains. This is called segregation. They were often called me. Names or abused. When rosa was eleven. She moved to montgomery alabama to go to a better school. It was called the montgomery industrial school for girls. The head of the school was a white woman named alice white. She didn't go easy on the girls but this wasn't because she was mean it was because she wanted them to learn and grow often people who love you do this because they want to see who your best you. This motivated rosa to try your best in school and learn as much as she could. She wanted to become a teacher like miss alice someday. Rosa's state at the school until her grandmother became sick so she moved back to pine level to help their. She found jobs to help earn money for her family. She worked very hard to support them. When rosa was twenty eight. She met a young man. Mond raymond inspired her to take even more interest in the problems. Black people are facing in alabama and other places in the south. He was part of the n. Double acp the national association of the advancement of colored people..
Boris Johnson to pledge surplus COVID-19 vaccine to poorer countries at G7
"British prime minister will urge other wealthy nations to donate their surplus covert. Vaccines to less well-off countries. A virtual meeting of the g seven johnson will urge more money to be given to kovacs. The un initiative aimed at making sure global distribution of vaccines is done fairly. His call comes after accusations that nations who can afford it have been stockpiling for more doses than they actually need which joining me as a political reporter monocle. Twenty four regular events in mckinney. Good morning many demoting. What is boris. Johnson expected to say at the g seven this the first time that g seven has met since april twenty twenty s head of physical meeting in cohen will in gene and the prime minister. Getting to try and kind of lift the is above the horizon. He's going to say that between them. The g seven countries have ordered about a billion surplus vaccines and they need to make sure that they get these out through the kovacs scheme which will distribute them around the well to poorer nations in order to stop the creation and spread of new variants. The kinds of which that we've seen coming out of a particularly south africa and brazil. Which a have these variants which seemed to have some kind of Resistance to the current stock of vaccines. So he's going to be encouraging them that it's in all of their benefit to get those supplies out. This is an interesting move. Boris johnson because up until now there were seeming presidency of the g seven. But boris johnson hasn't really shown his face as a world statesman yet. This is his first real show outing. Yesterday as prime minister being about eighteen months hasn't because of the crisis brexit hundred have real kind of trips around the world going to these kind of big conferences. It's being accident entitled focused. So it'll be interesting to see how he deals with us. We have had an experience with him as foreign secretary before way either. He wasn't that rosa he wasn't top tables. But it'll be interesting to see how he deals with the g. seven and also we know that he's invited for the summer for the physical meeting. The leaders of india south korea and australia as well to form is being dubbed a d. seven democratic seven. And this kind of plays into what. Joe biden's also being talking about. He's been talking about a summit of democracies that he wants to organize because there is a feeling in international circles that you know you've got this multiple now that china is trying to sell an alternative to democracy yet. The kind of open and capsule capitalist democracy that disease has been trying to sell around the world for decades and developing countries. You've got russia and china. Took the pitching vaccine to them. Trying to sell Natan to countries in africa and south america. And it's a rival to in terms of soft power. Say they'll be trying to strengthen this union after all the years of damage at had trump
What is a Standard?
"Is a standard. You may have heard that term wondered what the heck is that. Do i buy a plant standard. Is that rosa standard. Is that hydrologist standard. What does this mean. This was on my mind recently ellen because somebody sent me a picture of their vegetable garden and at all four corners of their vegetable garden. They grow a cannabis plant as a standard. I have never seen that. Send you the picture. Because is first of all gorgeous. Second of all huge trunk things but we do. They live someplace where it's warm enough. That they don't have the cannabis doesn't have to come in in the window. No annual they do it as an annual you know they get stat big. Sorry i shouldn't have said that that distracted us so that all right. That's all right. So let's let's talk about what a standard is a standard basically is growing something so that it looks like a small tree. That's how i would define you prune up the limbs at the bottom of the plant as the plant grows and it may look like a lollipop. I've seen land tana's stole sold as standards and they look like know flowery lollipops on top of a trunk. You could find a rosemary. Standard as an herb. For growing indoors. It'd be much smaller. But again it still has that bare trunk at the bottom and it might be round at the top or it could be pruned into a square or diamond shape. It's actually it's a simple kind of topiary if you think about it yes it is and it's making a plant look like a small tree as you say with that bare trunk and then the top has the foliage and flowers. If it's a blooming plant many people grow tropical hibiscus as a standard in a pot on deck during the summertime and other tropical plants as well are commonly raised by at the grower as a standard and sold for container plants. Yeah and you see roses as standards. I think more often the smaller flowered roses not the giant ones and when i was growing up in new england. Lots of people grew hydrangea as standards but out in their yards not in containers and they would call them. Hydrangea trees which of course now. I want to say it's not a tree no matter how you grow it but but that was a really popular thing in new england when i was growing up. I don't know if it's still is. Oh it definitely still is now in the old days. They made those standard hydrangea by pruning ruining the lower limbs and leading one trunk Grow up now they grow the trunks. They graft whatever variety of the hype train peninsula onto the top of the trunk and so often. Now they are grafted. And you can find straight hydrangea peninsulas. As a tree form that's basically how they're referred to now at the garden center is a tree form and you can find lime lights. You can find firelight standards. Any number of varieties of the hydrangea peninsula can be purchased in that three four if people are wondering what a standard is now you
Andrew Cuomo faces calls to resign amid allegations of hiding nursing home Covid deaths
"Lawmakers for both parties have called for stripping Governor Andrew Cuomo of the emergency powers that he's exercised during the pandemic while Republicans in New York or calling for his resignation. This as the governor face to new allegations on Friday that his administration covered up the scope of the coronavirus death toll in New York's nursing homes. A top aide Melissa to Rosa admitted that the state had withheld data because it feared an investigation by the Trump Justice Department. More than 13,000 people have died in nursing homes in New York since the start of the
Lauded early in pandemic, New York governor Cuomo now panned on nursing homes
"Of the emergency powers that he's exercised during a pandemic while Republicans in New York or calling for his resignation. This as the governor faced new allegations on Friday that his administration covered up the scope of the coronavirus death toll in New York's nursing homes. A top aide Melissa to Rosa admitted that the state had withheld data. Because it feared an investigation by the Trump Justice Department. More than 13,000 people have died in nursing homes in New York since the start of the pandemic. New YORK attorney general A tissue James has called
Biden treads carefully around Trump's combative trade policy
"Negotiations over. A corona virus relief package have been central to president biden's first weeks in office but he's also confronting a long list of foreign policy challenges global vaccine distribution trade and the task of repairing alliances that were frayed by former president. Donald trump in his first major foreign policy speech as president last week biden laid out his vision. America is back. Diplomacy is back at the center of our foreign policy. As i said to my inaugural address we will repair our alliances engaged with the world once again not to meet yesterday's challenges but today's and tomorrow's we want to get some reaction now to how biden's foreign policy is shaping up in europe and for that we're joined on skype by rosa balfour director of the europe center at the carnegie endowment for international peace. Welcome rosa hello. And so the president outlined a few immediate changes in his announcement last week including a nuclear arms treaty with russia and the decision to keep. Us troops in germany that former president trump had said would be coming back to the us. So how was his address. And this statement that america is back received in europe. Everything that has happened since by was elected has been well received in europe. There is a nerve well. Ming delight that things have changed in the white house and all of the decisions that were actually taken infest. Few days of the biden administration also welcome in europe however the still awesome europeans are worried about and i think one of them is that while the biden administration really wants to invest on allies and on diplomacy which is music to is of europeans. At the same time there is a bit of a concern that the priorities of the new administration will be very much domestically focused and that that will have implications for trade for climate change prioritize of technology so does raise some potentially troubling issues in the relationship between the us and europe together. We'll let me ask about one of those then rosa because One of the early executive actions that president biden took was signing his So-called american executive order so you mentioned trade as a potential issue. Does europe look at that as a form of protectionism. Well they're all suspicions that bassey's the deep meaning this. This decision actually is and europe would probably be more ambitious than the us in seeking broader trade deal. So i would be cautiously optimistic. That europeans and americans can go through the differences about they all suspicions in europe about the. Us's ultimate goal in terms of trade policy could any concerns about protectionism. Also extend to access to a corona iris vaccine. Because so far the supply has been kind of limited Could there be some tension between the us and europe about who is able to get their hands on these limited supplies. Yes to there's been a bit of a spat with the uk over procurement of crow virus. Vaccines and these could well continue. Having said this there is a general commitments that this coronavirus pandemic really needs to be addressed through global cooperation and european leaders. Have been underlining this and so i think ultimately this line will prevail pasta is modeled because of the pandemic and the desperation attached to wanting to this pandemic and get back onto a normal footing in our lives in the economy. Globally on that idea of getting back to sort of a normal footing. We heard germany's foreign minister. Say that he hopes for a reset of us european relations under the biden administration. I'm wondering rose how easily you think the president can do that. I mean is there any lingering concern in europe to the. Us is just not as reliable as it once was based on the last four years. Yes i'm afraid. The legacy of four years of trump is a pretty dramatic. He's caused a long shadow and they're all doubts. We've seen this before. George w bush was not loved at all in europe and then america bounced back with the bomber with biden. It might take a little longer. But i think all the ingredients all that at the end of the day even if europe and the us do not align on everything they don't align necessarily on their view off the chinese threat or the russian threats but are far closer to each other van out to anyone else. And i'm glad you brought up russia because that was one of the things that the president brought up in his speech last week's asked what he calls the quote determination of russia to damage and disrupt our democracy. He also sort of reaffirmed the united states commitment to nato calling it one of the country's closest friends how is biden's russia policy taking shape it. And what does that mean for. Nato in your view so let's just tremendous because europe has just had a bit of a diplomatic blunder of with russia on the high representative for foreign affairs visits moscow and the outcome visit was very negative but the high representative has also said. There's only so much i can do. If the member states continued to be divided and this is the big issue in europe with respect to russia in particular but also with respect to china's that the member states have quite simply not on the same page. I think biden if he works with his allies in europe and is in listening mode in doing so can help bring europeans closer together. And this affects you. Us corporation russia. But also a nato. On russia we know that nato has still considers russia as the greatest threat. And of course the us decision to wait before. Moving troops of germany is only welcome in germany. Trump's earlier decision to move. The mouse was viewed very negatively in germany. Rosa balfour directs the europe center at the carnegie endowment for international peace rosa. Thanks so much for your time. Thank
Biden signs orders to undo Trump administration's immigration policies
"Look now at president. Biden's latest moves to undo the trump administration's hardline anti immigrant policies in an address from the oval office. Tuesday president biden built on executive orders. He announced during his first week in office by signing three new orders with first action day. We're going to work on. Do the moral of national shame of the previous administration that literally not figuratively river children from the arms of their families and their mothers and fathers at the border and with no plan none whatsoever to reunify children still custody and and their parents. The second action addresses the root causes of our migration to our southern border and the third action. The third order. I'm going to be signed orders. A full review of the previous administrations harmful and counterproductive immigration policies. Basically across the board. One new order establishes a task force to reunify migrant families separated under trump's zero tolerance policy. It'll be led by homeland security secretary a hundred my orcas who was confirmed tuesday by the senate as the first latin necks and immigrant to lead the department. Arcus was born in havana. Cuba is the son of jewish. Cuban refugees from the holocaust biden also ordered a review of the trump policy known as remain in mexico that requires non mexican migrants to stay in. Mexico is their immigration cases wine through court and has left tens of thousands of asylum seekers waiting in dangerous conditions along the border. This is asylum. Seeker marlins speaking to the advocacy group. People without borders boy both in front tariffs about facing homelessness with their family after being sent to mexico most vividly remember when we arrived to the immigration office mexico. They didn't give us a place to sleep or anything to eat. Our children's slept on the floor. That night this comes as immigration and customs enforcement. Ice has deported. Hundreds of immigrants in recent days despite biden's coal for moratorium including a survivor of the two thousand nine thousand nine hundred mass shooting at the el paso texas walmart. She was deported to mexico last week. The woman identified only as rosa had been cooperating in the investigation into the shooting local outlets report. She was apprehended after a traffic. Stop for a broken brake light. This is rose speaking by phone with el paso station. Kvil a when. He told me to go to the police station. They can working my i. I want to call. What would happen every pain. I'm hoping to be there be bad. Be okay the vital. The biden administration is also deported. A man named paul perilous to haiti. Who knew your congress member. Mondaire jones had worked successfully stopped the deportation just weeks ago before biden was sworn in but around three m tuesday morning. He tweeted quote at three. Am my staff woke to an urgent call. Suddenly and in the dead of night ice was set to deport. Rockland county's beloved paul peerless. To haiti a country where he has never been unquote for more. We're joined by two guests in tijuana mexico. Eric opinion does with us an immigration attorney and the policy director for a low laval in english the other side also with us out of bogado senior reporter veal from the center for investigative reporting. We welcome you both to democracy now auto. let's begin with you. Can you explain what's going on. You have these executive actions that are extremely important including one that calls for a halt to deportations. This is the president of the united states and yet hundreds of people have been deported under this new administration. What is going on having me amy. What we're seeing is quite a departure from the previous administration. I don't want a discount. The importance appearances the importance of the way that the president of this country talks about in human being including people who may be detained or deported. we're also seeing a lot of really great language and the commission of a task force Another order to suspend deportations and yet we see a continuation of the same practices that happened under president trump previously endure obama. And i do think that there's a difference. There's absolutely a difference in tone but what we're seeing is for example with the commission of the tasks worse receiving. Dha outing which is at the same agency that separated children at the border. Now tasked with figuring out where where. These families aren't so little unclear. What will happen after that. And i think that a lot of people that have been talking to in in the last day or so since the executive orders announced it doesn't really go far enough and also sets a commission in in some cases a task force for something that allowed people voted on the biden ticket as sort of stood against all of that stood against those families operations to the that we now need a task force to figure out how to move forward with having something in place when by also has the house and the senate of rings hollow from people. Erica i wanted to ask you about your clients. Alvero and his son alvarado junior who just turned nine years old. The little boy said all he wants for his birthday is to be reunited with his father. They've been separated since he was six years old. This is auto speaking to nbc news about the day. The two were separated. An officer told me. Give me your children's things because you are going to different places. And i didn't know what was going to happen to my child. So erica pineyro if you can talk about among the executive orders are this issue of separation. The hundreds over six hundred children still left. It's believed Separated from their parents. In some cases the administration doesn't even know where the parents are in hundreds of cases. They may well be in the united states and another few hundred they may be outside the united states but i mean clearly biden is put a top priority on this because the people serving on this committee or the secretary of homeland security. My arcus just confirmed the secretary of health and human services the former attorney general of california bestseller and the attorney general yet to be confirmed and first lady joe biden.
Hundreds lose power in southeast Santa Rosa
"Could present a threat to the incoming president and other VIPs in attendance were getting reports about a widespread power outage in the North Bay. The lights went out for about 3500 P. Jeannie customers in Santa Rosa around 5 30 this morning. PG and he has a crew on route to the
Mass COVID-19 Vaccination Site Opens at Sonoma County Fairgrounds
"Covert 19 vaccination drive through at the fairgrounds to accelerate distribution to healthcare workers. It's KCBS is Mike Dewald reports, county officials hope it could be a model across the county. The traffic is calm, but steady into the cinema County fairgrounds were frontline workers in phase one air lining up to get their first shots. The clinic is a partnership between the county and Safeway, with pharmacists Manning tense administering the vaccine. One of the first mass vaccination sites in northern California, Sonoma County spokesman Matt Brown. It's gone great. We've got a great up taking the vaccine. A lot of people are showing high interest in it. People are really excited to get their vaccine. Brown says the counties planning an aggressive rollout, expanding to face one be in the next two weeks. That group includes law enforcement, teachers and other essential workers. That's Huge populations. So we're gonna want big sites like this for Max Mass vaccination clinics, and this is sort of ah, a test run a model, he cautions. This won't be the only place to get the vaccine pharmacies, hospitals and healthcare providers will all be options to get vaccinated. The county hopes to ramp up to 2000 vaccinations per day at the fairground site. In Santa Rosa Mike Dewald KCBS The Warriors game in Phoenix on Friday has been
Pro-Trump mob storms the US Capitol, touting 'Stop the Steal'
"And four people have died in the ransacking of the us congress so we've seen unprecedented violence and chaos in washington overnights. Donald trump supporters invaded the. Us capitol building. They were trying to stop. The confirmation of joe biden as the next president schools of them broke into the building and roamed the corridors of congress. One female trump supporter was shot. Dead by police. Three others died in what were called medical emergencies. Tens of thousands more gathered outside. They were backing. The president's false claims of election victory he deli told the crowds to stop the steel alloy. Us said it's a ben. Reilly smith scott a full recap of how events on folded. It was adult day for american democracy. Then we've got two pieces of analysis. Tim stanley on how the republicans and now the policy of chaos and rosa print sauce. Can the us heal from these shameful scenes. What's next then well. Us cavernous officials have reportedly discussing ways to remove the president. You can follow all the action in our live
Asian shares mostly lower as virus, China-US tensions weigh
"Lower as surging virus counts in China. U. S tensions way on sentiment Hongkong's hang saying, dropping after authorities arrested dozens of pro democracy figures, including lawmakers, meanwhile, moved by the Trump Administration of further sanction. Chinese companies. Field unease over tensions between the two biggest economies Shares falling in Tokyo, Shanghai and Sydney despite broad gains here at home on Tuesday as stocks regained their footing after starting out 2021 with their worst Loss and months amid the worsening pandemic and potentially market moving US Senate elections on Tuesday the S and P. Rosa 0.7% to settle at 37 26, recovering about half of the index's losses from a day prior. Majority of big stocks in the S and P notched gains, with oil producers leading the way as crude strengthened now President
The Fight for Civil Rights and Freedom
"This is such a great honor for me to be in this room with you to have this conversation. I can't tell you what it means to me to have this opportunity. You represent something so precious to so many of us not just wanted to start by thanking you for that for your willingness to wrap your arms around people may and to make me think that it's possible to do difficult things important things and i just want to start by asking you to talk a little bit about that experience. Growing up in rural alabama and the black belt of america and how that cultivated the spirit that shaped your life and your vision. You used to have to pick cotton on your family's farm while usa fuss as a young child complaint. Why this to. Emma motherless. Avoid so many things we can do. She's to his hard work with. What are we going to do. We have to make a living. But i was hoping in prynne. What a day. When people wouldn't have to work so hard in hot sun she was hoping also the thing would be better much better for us as a as a people and for my family my mother She was always thinking ahead. Did we get up early and going pick as which climb as we could. We get more money. 'cause she knew declining would be heavier. Coulda do we own it so it was weighed. Miami will be increased. Your mother sounds really strategic my New mother one day. She came across a little newspaper in downtown short. That says something about the school in nashville tennessee. That blanks students could attend. She encouraged apply for that. Even though that met you'd be leaving. The house should be leaving the farm. You would not be contributing that that extra labour will out was willing to go to try to do what mine. We'll call during better yet to get an education but in the beginning i wanted to choice state you wanted to. To desegregate. estate submit an application. High school transcript and never heard from the school saw. I wrote a letter to dr king at india. my mother. My father enema sisters brothers in an teachers told him i needed his help. He wrote me back. iran Around bus ticket invited me to come to montgomery to meet with. You can never ever forget it. You knew about dr king even before the boycott you'd heard his sermon The apostle paul preaches to american christians. It's the speech she gives to. All the people in montgomery four days after rosa parks has been arrested by at the end of the speech. He says one day they're going to tell a story about a group of people in montgomery alabama and then he says a black people who stood up for their rights and they stood for their rights. The whole world changed and you had an immediate response to that call to action. The message really appeal to me. Yeah it was sort of a social gospel message. I wanted to do what. I could make things better coinc- something that is not variety of just you have to assess something you have to do. Something was like a fine burning up in your bom and you cannot be silenced. My mother was said to me. Boy don't get in trouble. Don't get in trouble. you can get hurt. You can get killed. Dr king and rosa eating nixon and others that are read about done it time and later met in spine. Rena get when the trouble necessary trouble. And i've been getting in trouble. Ila sems- the citizens to freed awry. You went to nashville mcgann. The work of leaning nonviolence winded nonviolence become an essential part of your worldview in the theology and the activism that you wanted to create grown up wanted to be minister. I felt that dr king was saying in his speeches in keeping of jesus so readily accepted the saadia nonviolence. The philosophy disappoint a nonviolent. We talked to respect the dignity in the worst of every human being
Houston-area priest Manuel La Rosa-Lopez set to be sentenced on child sex abuse charges
"Former priest said to be sentenced today after admitting the child molestation in Montgomery County, then well allow Rosa Lopez could get a decade in prison for abusing two kids at Sacred Heart Catholic Church back in the late 19 nineties. Rosa Lopez was originally arrested two years ago after one of the victims told police the archdiocese did nothing after she made her
"Mary. I love your meditations. I would like you to guide us in this time of grief and fear about the corona virus and as you get ready to put closure on this year of twenty twenty and celebrate holidays. Many of you are celebrating hanukkah and soon will be celebrating christmas and many other holidays. I encourage you to not let fear. Hold you back from celebrating. And what i mean by this is that the antidote to fear is joy so to be fearless is to be joy fall and this is considered one of the most joyful times of the year. So it's time to let go of fears and worries and to embrace joy. That's one of the main reasons why i wanted to share and inner indi- meditation series with you this week so that you can focus on the beauty within yourself and on their beauty within others as well and there's beauty all around you. I encourage you to notice the saddle quiet moments of beauty that you see within your life that you see within yourself and within loved ones i invite you to settle yourself down now and get ready to meditate on joy and this is a meditation to help you release fear by request from rosa as you sit with your spine straight and your eyes closed gently. Uplift them to the point between your eyebrows. This is a place that helps you to experience. Clear thinking it helps to uplift your mood when you uplift your eyes to this point between your eyebrows you may place your hands again. In the dharma chakra mu tra- connecting your thumbs with your index fingers making two wheels or two circles and then taking the thumb and index finger. Your right we'll on your right hand and touching it to the middle finger on your left hand holding this new era at your chest with your palms more facing your chest or in your lap. Whatever feels right for you not sure. Inhale and exhale the year. Now's reflect back to your childhood. Recall a time when you felt care. Free without a worry or concern or fear each day you woke up excited ready to jump out of bed and start your day feel with in yourself. The same excitement the same joy and think about something in your life right now. That makes you excited. That gives you great joy. Feel the excitement and the joy about something happening in your life right now these moments that seem magical feel within yourself this joy this release from worry and fear simply by focusing on your joy
Taking On Gun Laws in Hawaii
"Two. We're going back to the idea of an urpo law or protection law. He only purchase the gun for the purpose. He said quite explicitly of committing this crime. He bought it six. I believe only six weeks before he went to new york the first time so again you have him telling his wife about this where she could now. In very specific places under specific rulings could go in front of a judge. And say this is. The situation could call on foresee. This is the situation. He just purchased a gun. This is what he's saying but unfortunately at the time and in many states still there's very little option that she had there. And why would you not want to prevent that kind of violence ever. Why would you not want to have a legislative legal path for somebody to say. This person is told me they are. They're intending to commit murder with this gun. Call that's a. That's a great segue for carl who wanna get involved in this conversation. It's talked about half cited to bring the law to fruition in. And how it's working out. I think it's What i've learned about guns over the years it's the shortest distance between two points is not always a straight line. And there's a lot of beard non-linear ironies about what what is actually useful. what's not and just starting with what we think it was. Kelly talked about that. We've already talked about in. This conversation is having a gun in many cases actually more dangerous than not having a gun. Now it's not always true. And that's what makes setting policy for for firearms or a difficult because there's definitely an urban rural split where there are things that you were. You need a gun in the country that you really don't in the city and in the city they're not really used for much of anything except for senseless murders with the exception of You know sony breaks into your apartment in the middle of the night. I would certainly feel like your new justified in shooting them but so there there's a lot of there's a lot of non air guns aren't always bad but i agree that there should be. There is if you've already pointed out in many states is Red flag flag laws. That at least give a person a fighting chance to There's still a lot of things that can go wrong. I mean if his white. If i don't i don't even know his name the campaign not to give a elicits. People who've killed people with guns is work. Because i don't even know the guy's name you'd know i rosa but anyway if his if that law if the law that we have now had been in effect then they're still. It was still a little bit of a long shot that anything would have happened but at least if you have it. There's a chance there's a chance that someone says wow that's that's really kinda bonkers we better. We better contact better. Find an attorney. Who can file petition and see guns takeaway temporarily until this mood passes or until he's gotten help so it's not there's no panacea there but one of the reasons i supported was i thought actually passed when we pass the bill in hawaii. I didn't realize that it was much more effective against suicide than it is for other of for other killings even for non suicides it gives people who want to intervene who who loves somebody enough to intervene. Don't want them to go kill somebody. It gives them a chance. And i think that's why it's important. Can i ask a question that car that kelly asked or brought up earlier mind. How did you balance freedom right because this is the endless debate that we all encounter my freedoms and my freedoms are absolute and calculated in the context obviously of new york city and personal freedom. But i'm curious how you legislatively balanced individual freedoms or rights with public safety here is it was debated and what we finally settled on. Was the first motion that you make as many of your lawyers and experts say motion which means the other party doesn't have to be there. You just go straight to the judge. So we'd put up the final version of the bill puts in a provision that says you can file an exporting worship motion which means you don't have to talk to the person that's about but that only lasts for fourteen days and within fourteen days you go in you have to serve the they have to serve the parties you know as a gun who's were concerned about and then the judge will get testimony from both sides and make a decision from there so the the the short answer is due process. No constitutional right is absolute. But if you're going to take away. Generally you have to have due process and that's how we worked in the due process in this situation.
"rosa" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Lizzy banks more great insight flint taming stuff from her. She'll be putting pressure on us to do was a diary again next year if she writes it with the not being a women's world event and because the two time she's done one, she's won a stage and she was stage four. This year finished twelfth overall in the end But yeah, it's obviously obviously brings her lock. It wish you would bring me a bit more locker today. Why am I not winning to Rosa stages on this every month? Maybe not just By reentry that Dole's for Lizzie to be fair I think it's more. Training and having a press contract and entering the race you know just details. I mean Lizzy lizzy obviously, Co presents our sister brother Sister Sibling podcast service course am, but she I mean apart from being a great writer who's having a brilliant season. She is really becoming a unimportant voice in the media She spoke very eloquently this week of both the Rosa and you're there on your sports does. BREAK BBC today at say on well, Champs. So yeah, great seeing. He's such a good talker. She's so eloquent and she's clearly thought about issues a lot. You know it. She's very satisfying to be for that reason because. Yes just using her brain and it's it's it's a lovely interview to have always an also she's very skilled at angling the camera so that it doesn't include the drying laundry behind her as I discovered from her in story when she was doing. Her interview with me, she pounds her phone around to show. I'm not sure if it was underwear lese or whether it was shorts, I couldn't tell from the picture but either way we didn't see it on air not being anxious, such a pro. PRU. Do. Lizzy if you're listening as you will be. Remember the future is an audio not on screen. We WanNA, keep? On A on the. Sense or I can consider all trying to lure her away to the dark side television. You know you've got good home. Listen. Let's wrap things up. You've got dinner guests. Thing as well. Listen, we'll speak next month. Thank you very much. It's been fun. Thank you rose. It's been more fun than the women's. Right..
"rosa" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk
"And I don't. Hey. Crafting. handcrafting. Is. She kindergarten this fall if she gets to go back yes. Yes. That's probably good because I mean if and when we all get to go anywhere but like when she does, that will balance the house back to three at home like that's probably good. Yeah. Yeah. Except we decided that she's not going to school. Are you home school? You'RE GONNA keeper we're going to keep your home this year I would love to center school, but you know circumstances and now it's a crazy time like send her to school as a kindergartener a full day where she's never gone to school for a full day wearing a mask and then coming home to a newborn like it just doesn't seem right to be adding up. So everything. So unpredictable, you don't know what's going to happen. It's just like too risky. Now's ally. Yeah the lot. We were all in that place of trying to figure out what to do like I was so happy that my school changed the plans from hybrid to remote only. I don't know for how long are so happy because that they made the decision because my kids want to go back when I didn't necessarily want them to go and my wife doesn't and I'm like. What am I I'm glad the school said it. So don't have to be the one to say it right well, how can folks will you tell everybody like about all your projects and where they can follow you join your little community and by little I mean giant though we have an instagram living Rosa and you can also find us on. Youtube. Living Rosa and we also started a podcast during quarantine but it's now we're taking a break you're on that right around Hyannis detained breaks and then he's in one was. To. Four episodes maybe, and now we're gearing up for season two. Let me you're in pre production for says into. Planning Planning. So is it based on your family as well? The podcast so the idea of our podcast was that we were GonNa you know. Not Talk about our kids because everything is just so involved with our kids all our other platforms. It's cute pictures of our kids and hugh videos of our kids. So we're GonNa talk about you know Taryn Mandy. Yeah we talked about like are coming out story. And how he met. The more juicy stop yeah. A love and that's called everything's coming up roses, right? Correct. Yes. That's amazing. Well, we're so glad you guys made the time to sit and chat with us. This was wonderful. US..
"rosa" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk
"Comes next week. So gross outings, it's very weird. Weird. But yes, I does our book comes out next pull my God this has been a long time coming. This was supposed to come out. No. But it was also supposed to come out and March this book has been written. Jamie was May. Still still. Find you. So this this. was has been written for almost ten months. It's been done for ten months. I know. But like what's funny is like in traditional publishing sense what we did was fat. I was watching. Still in edibles I'm. Of happening I'm just I don't know what's going on with me this morning it's nine in the morning I'm very hopped up. We're tired anyway. So it's just it's exciting and scary all the same time. We hope you guys like it, but you're gonNA like it. Why wouldn't you like it can appeal? Now To that pure it. Before we get to Living Rosa. One thing we have to special thank you to our newest Patriot member and Jamie. I don't even think that you and I can screw up this name. This one's easy. Special. Thank you. Special. Shout to Courtney Brock. Yeah. The way we're GONNA get an email that. It's actually pronounce K. and we'RE GONNA be. Like Damn. Hailed court they sought written in the script I was like Oh good. We got. We do hit. Rock Court. Welcome. Welcome to this are Patriot umbrella and folks if you would like to Patriot community where you were literally helping US cover operating expenses but more importantly, you're going to get bonus content. We're talking videos swag for joining. You just head over to patron dot com slash over his talk. Yep, and then you're going to see all the cool stuff and we also put on edited ad free videos some of our interviews up there. That's at the station carrier level because we got clever with the names of our levels Michelle Buteau, the Michelle Vito interview is as up and she's even funnier in person mainly because she understands camera. Act Justly, Love Donald Former, they understand it. So she was talking to us on our phone walking around our house I might add the whole time and you know 'cause she's like whatever I'm just going to touch out these ladies. But every time she had like a moment of effect where she had to like emphasize something, she would bring the phone right up to her face. Looks so good. It was very effective I'm to start. Loved it made us laugh harder. I'm going to start doing that even at work meetings. I would like five percent increase in my budget. ooh Up. And if you say a Lou. When you do it to that would make a big difference that'll comic gold right there. Alright. Is Rosie O'Donnell did the same thing but she would just look straight at the camera. She didn't say Yuga I think she should go maybe I should email her and let her know that going forward number. She wants to punctuate a joke she should say ooh. ooh Data and she she doesn't even have to credit me doing it I'm just happy to give this information i. don't think she would credit you I. Think she might cease how contracts no, she'd be like no how blindness. Okay are Jamie who is our interview? All right. So Living Rosa, the are youtubers and social influencers. Their names are Tara and Mandy, and they're pretty awesome there. Be They have this beautiful beautiful family with three kids and fourth on the way and they handle parenthood like it's joyful I don't understand them. They seem like the most organized in together millennials that I have ever met now and that they act like it just all comes naturally later they're like running the social media empire right and they don't even seem like they're sweating no no like where we sweating all the time I had and their empire I duNno, she stays at home with the three kids and. They're like it's absolutely nothing and then she and then she is the she handles the social media empire that they have. Yeah, she's. Sometimes I'm like just. Let me stress out over every single post I put up and our post good and we stressed out. Let's get to this interview. Shall we these two ladies or pretty delightful? Yeah and they met on my space let's get to it. That's even better and better moms than..
"rosa" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk
"I am a lesbian. So we need to tell our stories, not your nuclear family anymore such as your mom and dad were not earning. High bid is, is that too much twenty much. Wow. This is so out of your realm I, know I know I just I feel very inspired by Michelle Buteau her she called herself like a big titty bitch and stuff and I just loved it and I thought I'm doing it. Maybe. It was too much. Maybe it's me. No you guys are very different people but I think, Hey, go for it robin why not? I'M NOT GONNA call myself a big titty bitch but Production but whatever this is too much information. I'M GONNA call myself a big city bit good. All right. We need to find our personal versions of big. Bitch. Let's think about that and let's get back to our listeners. Church Shruti Short. Short to shorty. That's the I'm anyway. Okay. Okay. All righty. Then we're getting off track. Okay. Let's talk about. For the best, let's talk about our show welcome to if these overseas could talk where your host are. Really. Scattered right now but we're GONNA get advice. All right. Oh let's split start with a news item before we get into our amazing interview today with a new member of the tribe Jamie? Yeah and it's a good one niece e Nash announced that she married lady a lady. And she was married to a man and he's he's like a pastor too much. She was like that's dumb I wanNA lady but she wasn't just married for like a year this thirteen years. Yeah. Like a long time and then all of a sudden now she's married she married lady and then she came out and all of it it's amazing. She's Hilarious does she I don't know what I know about Nash is one from getting on. I loved her so much on that show. If you haven't seen it, it's HBO immediately or else you're dead to me near not at all I. So I'm very, very very agro this morning. I haven't seen any negative press wool from the gays around this, but everybody seems to have really just embrace this. S. nece-. Are just so happy when anyone comes under our umbrella run to it here. It's dry under here. Come on. She's so funny I've ever on you know I love her, I'm telling you please watch her getting on. It's like she's I think what movie? Series it was based on a British series, and of course, because we have no new ideas, we remade it as an American the series we do it all the time. She S British Maury mccafe's also in it and Alex. Burstein it is a killer cast. It is so well written. So funny but what needs Nash doesn't I think she's so underrated as as an actress I'm going to watch it. We need something new to watch I just convinced and to watch Shits Creek. So we were starting that from the beginning, but I've seen it all and yeah so I need said, Jamie. You've seen it all seen it. It's still fun to watch over again 'cause they're hilarious but anyway Jamie. Our book comes out next week. I did that like Azima..
"rosa" Discussed on Latino USA
"You may have noticed something that all of these protests over police violence. There are a lot more white people there than you'd expect. But how long will that last this awakening among White American voters? Are they really willing to go beyond dethroning trump Adam server on race and lessons from history listen subscribed to. It's been a minute from NPR. He were back. Like Rosa, many activists are looking to the past in order to inform the present. To Mallory. One of the leading organizers of the women's March, recently said that the looting and rioting that happened is actually learned behavior from American history. Talk to us about looting. Ludicrous America has. Black People American noted the native Americans when they came here. What do we learn from? You? Learn violence from you. In her two thousand and one article, who is black dress, a clement, the explained how some of that cycle of violence is mirrored in Latin American and Latino history because of this, she says that.
"rosa" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"Would. I would lose a lot of kids but listen the last Jedi I i WanNa right now. This is not the view of the UFC or anybody involved in the entertainment business. What is and is not Jimmy's view? But can I get a big fuck you to Ryan Johnson for fucking up? The whole new trilogy J.J. Abrams should've kept that thing. From the get-go If Force Awakens was fun Ryan. Johnson comes in Mr Motherfucking looper which is great. I love looper. I was excited for him to do. This takes a shit on everything that J.J. Abrams did in the prior film. Gets rid of Moscow it's childish. Let's get rid of snow. He's don't buddy race. You have no real background. You're nobody fogging. And then Luke Luke Skywalker the most beloved arguably one of the most beloved iconic heroic figures Jedi Knight his nephew asleep. Because he's worried about what? Oh yeah explained that to lay on all fucking Wyan Johnson Dan Hardy. I'M GONNA blame this on the mugs. I don't know what it is but I'm upset I it brings he fucking killed. We'll could've went out like a Space Samurai but instead all we get that little. Oh he wasn't there hasn't been footprint cumin for our guys on the rock many of those guys. I saw rock meditating. Those guys get diabetes or cancer. How come nobody knows star? Wars universe just gets a disease like everybody else should on everything he did. Jimmy and the rise skywalker. I enjoyed it was like there's almost like a fucking fans. They made it fine. Whatever the fuck himself from Ryan Johnson that anyway. How did you get into analysts work question? What movie back nature with your mind with your mouth? Would that Dan you OK with him. Ticket for Luke skywalker on that fucking rock and I just try not to get too invested in these things. These day I you know I. I enjoy off the top of the Lego when I'm when I'm watching them as well because I'm white that set that set you know so try to say I get too worked up. He said you're too angry about it. Yeah he just likes to play with Lego and enjoy a good movie. I will say this though the Delorean both leave it on a good note with the star was Jon Favreau. What's the guy that made the fucking thing? And he made the cone cartoon itself. What's his name? He's he's he's part is what a minute man mean but he's going to get the people going to DM Ren stop it. No He's one of the directors he's one of the guys creators of him as a bad guy by the Lake Kylo Ren fucking issues Shitty has all the to talk buddy. Let's get Outta here. Man Runs of Buck in illegal. Shit what the fuck. I Dunno.
"rosa" Discussed on Historical Figures
"London two thousand twelve the thirtieth summer Olympic Games. The Sixty six thousand capacity stadium was full to the Brim for the men's four hundred meter semifinal eight of the thirty two fastest men in the world stood in front of the starting blocks. There was a smattering of applause for the Venezuelan in lane to the Brit and lane three received a predictably warm roar of appreciation from his home country. The Belgian lane four fed off the energy of the excited crowd hollered for him as well but it was the South African in lane in five who ignited the stadium into a frenzied uproar indeed millions of is around the world were fixated on the man in the fifth lane the starting gun fired and the runners took off South African maintained pace coming out of the first turn but was soon overtaken shaken by the Belgian when this was of little consequence all the South African needed to do to qualify for the finals was finished in the top three but within the runners came to the home stretch and the South African found himself in sixth place looking ahead at the determined runners including the man who would go on to win gold in the last fifty meters the South African fell back into seventh in the final twenty meters he was overtaken by the Venezuelan Venezuelan and crossed the finish line in dead last several strides behind the man in front of him but then the winner of the heat the future gold medallist turn to embrace the South African. He signaled that he wanted to trade the BIBS that had their names printed on them. A sign of the greatest respect between athletes the South African man then raised his hand and bowed to the crowd as though he had one the stadium cheered wildly for him at homes around the world family sat in their living rooms and shook their heads in disbelief amazing some mm said absolutely incredible they reacted as such because the South African was a man named Oscar pistorius the first double amputee to run in the Olympic Games to get here he not only had to qualify competing against the world's greatest but also navigate the trials of hellacious litigation to prove that his carbon fiber prosthetics did not give him an unfair advantage edge historians had become an international hero a poster boy for overcoming obstacles but what he would be remembered for was not his phenomenal unrivalled resume of athletic achievement. It was the result of a single night six months after the London Olympics when when Oscar pistorius fired four shots into his closed bathroom door killing his twenty nine year old girlfriend Riva Steam Steam Camp.
"rosa" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Laws when they decided the best way to fight fight-back would be to boycott the Montgomery City buses on December fifth the day of Roses Trial N. double. ACP volunteers mimeographed yeah graft over thirty five thousand fliers to get the word out about the boycott they read stay off the buses Monday in protest protests of the arrest and trial. You can afford to stay out of school for one day. If you work. Take a cab or walk but please children children and grown ups. Don't ride the boss at all on Monday. These flyers were sent home with black schoolchildren and they were posted in black neighborhoods and on December fourth Nixon was even able to get an ad in the local paper on December number fifty nine thousand nine hundred fifty five around twenty people gathered at Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal Zion church in Montgomery to discuss the best strategies auditees for the bus boycott. They decided that if Rosa lost the case the boycott would extend beyond her trial date indefinitely to organize organiz a longer bus boycott the group elected one of their most trusted team members to spearhead the movement a twenty six year old Baptist Reverend by the name of Dr Martin Luther King Junior together with the help of the N. double. ACP He formed the Montgomery Improvement Association. Their goal was to keep the boycott going until the status. Quo Changed that day forty two year old Rosa parks stepped into the stuffy halls of the Montgomery County courthouse. She was greeted by a bustling crowd of around around five hundred local supporters cheering her on her attorney was a man named Fred Gray and accomplished lawyer preacher and and activist who graduated from Case Western Reserve University School of law he was a go getter with a strong passion for civil rights in fact upon moving to Alabama. He said he was ready to destroy everything segregated but given the racist laws in place. Rosa never stood a chance the entire trial lasted all of thirty minutes during which Rosa was convicted of disorderly conduct and and violating the local bus ordinance she was fine ten dollars plus four dollars in courtroom fees approximately one hundred and fifty dollars in today's currency all the crime of refusing to vacate a bus seat the N. double. ACP and the black community at large deemed at this verdict unacceptable Rosette should not be charged with breaking the law if that law was unethical in the first place and so the Montgomery bus boycott began it rained on the evening of December Fifth Nineteen fifty five but but even so the city buses were mostly empty forty thousand people walk through the rain to get home from work some as far as twenty twenty miles as Montgomery's black population made up about seventy percent of all bus customers. The boycott struck in early in devastating blow. The buses soon became something of a laughing stock public buses sat at the side of the road completely empty except for the drivers ars but the boycott also had an adverse effect on Rosa and her husband a week into the protest. Rosa was fired from her seamstress job he'd held for years. No reason was given about Rosa suspected. It was because of her involvement in the boycott the next week Raymond also lost his job after talking about the boycott at work but the setbacks only made the parks family all the more more resolute as weeks passed the city of Montgomery began to feel the financial impact of the boycott bus fares bears were a reliable source of income for any city and now with the boycott in full swing that revenue stream was drying up on January anuary thirtieth nineteen fifty six the fifty seventh day of the boycott. The home of Dr Martin Luther King was bombed to buy white radicals two days later Edgar. Nixon's house was also bombed but once more the black community refused is to be intimidated in the face of property damage and violence the boycott continued meanwhile roses legal troubles proliferators liberated the city of Montgomery had criminalized boycotts and on February twenty first nineteen fifty six. She was arrested once again again for her role in the movement. Her supporters once again bailed her out but she knew that the fight wasn't over yet six months after the boycott began roses attorney. Fred Gray finally managed to gain an audience with the US District Court for the Middle District Straight Valla Bama in June nineteen fifty six fred argued that state bus segregation laws were unconstitutional and violated the rights of his community on June fifth nineteen fifty-six the three judges announced their ruling two to one in favor of Fred Gray. The fight still wasn't over the city of Montgomery filed an appeal that took the case to the United States Supreme Court on November Thirteenth Nineteen nineteen fifty-six over the next month. Fred continued to fight for his community and on December seventeenth nineteen fifty six he emerged victorious the Supreme Court rejected the appeal and ruled that bus segregation was illegal at the time roses case and the accompanying boycott was the largest successful black civil rights action in US history on December nineteenth nineteen fifty six the supreme court's written order arrived at the Montgomery Court House. Segregation of buses was officially officially illegal in the city. The boycott ended the next day and Montgomery's black citizens resumed using the buses after three hundred and eighty one days of walking and taking cabs for her bravery and her vision Rosa came to be known as the mother of the civil rights movement unfortunately even after the boycott ended she continued to face further harassment and threats Rosa and her husband Raymond grew to feel so oh unsafe they eventually relocated to Detroit Michigan in nineteen fifty seven and settled near Rosa's brother Sylvester MacAulay while in Detroit Rosa became an administrative aide in the Detroit Office of Congressman John Conyers Junior. She stayed there from nineteen sixty four to to her retirement in nineteen eighty eight regarding her work at this time she said I would have to take long of a minute to and give my whole synopsis of my life but I want to let you know that are all of us. Uh should be free and equal and have equal opportunity and that is what I'm trying to instill and and curry and inspire young people to reach the high for ten zero throughout the nineteen seventies Rosa Parks donated most of her money to civil rights organizations like the N. double. ACP and witnessed the establishment of a number of equitable laws including the Fair Housing Act and the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty eight the nineteen seventies also proved to be some of the most personally heartbreaking years of her life on August nineteenth nineteen seventy seven her husband died of throat cancer a few months later in November nineteen seventy seven her brother also died of cancer mindful of her husband's in the ability to receive a formal education during his lifetime Rosa co-founded the Rosa Rosa l Parks Scholarship Foundation for college bound high school seniors and the Roseanne Raymond Parks Institute for self development to serve Detroit's youth on October twenty fourth two thousand five at the age of ninety two Rosa Parks passed away in her apartment in Detroit Michigan she was laid to rest in the US capital and honor typically reserved for statesmen and military leaders in fact she was the first woman to ever receive such a distinction at her funeral over thirty thousand people passed by her coffin to pay respects and on December first two thousand five most major cities in the United States left seats empty on public public buses to commemorate roses incredible act of civil disobedience roses dedication to community and equality extended far beyond a refusal to give up her seat on a bus she was an advocate for black people and women everywhere and helped catapult the civil rights movement to the mainstream thanks to her courage. Rosa parks became a role model and icon and for women of Color as she explained I have learned over the years that when one's mind is made up knowing what must be done does away with fear.
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"In September nineteen forty four thirty one year old N. w. c. p. activist Rosa Parks met met with rape survivor rec- Taylor in Abbeville Alabama local police tried to stem roses advocacy attempting to intimidate and even threaten in her into letting receives case disappear the moment she was back in Montgomery Rosa returned to the end of Lacey Pe- office and explained the encounter counter to their President Edgar Nixon in response to the police's tactics. Rosa and Nixon founded the committee for equal justice for the rights of Mrs Mrs Resea- Taylor as subgroup of the N. double. ACP This committee was comprised of a dozen leading black activists that were dedicated to making taking Taylor story public knowledge. They sent dozens of letters to the office of Alabama Governor Chauncey sparks urging him take the case to trial in one letter Rosa wrote. I know that you will not fail to let the people of Alabama know that there is aqel justice for all citizens roses efforts paid off and the incident was picked up by local newspapers then by press around the nation by February of nineteen forty five Alabama. Governor sparks was forced to take action. He reluctantly agreed to launch a second can special grand jury investigation into the crime but the special jury ultimately brought no charges against the accused rapists. Rosa was furious all her efforts had stirred up public support an outrage but Taylor still couldn't secure justice one by one. The frustrations of dealing with inequality on a daily basis started to build up a year earlier. Rosa Rosa had had a memorable encounter of her own. The Montgomery bus system was becoming a lightning rod for political controversy in part because of the extreme lengths they went to in the name of segregation for example bus tickets could only be purchased at the front of the vehicle meaning meaning all riders had to use the front doors to buy their ticket but Montgomery buses also had segregated entrances one for white people at the front and and another for black passengers at the back when a black person wanted to take the bus she'd have to board at the front purchaser ticket then and leave and re board through the back doors. The ridiculous policy served no practical purpose. It was only there to embarrass an inconvenience black black riders on a rainy day in nineteen forty-three. Rosa boarded a public bus in downtown. Montgomery reluctant to go back out into the rain mm-hmm. She instead walked directly back to a seat without exiting and re entering through the back door. The driver James F Blake was is infuriated. He ordered Rosa to exit and re enter through her designated entrance twice. Rosa refused so oh blake grab. Rosa dragged her outside and threw out into the rain before she had a chance to process what had happened. The bus pulled away a stranding her. The whole ordeal was incredibly traumatizing for Rosa in her autobiography she wrote. I never wanted wanted to be on that man's bus again after that. I made a point of looking at who was driving the bus before I got on. I didn't want any more run. INS is with that mean. One Rosa wasn't the only person who is sick and tired of discrimination on the buses in nineteen fifty five fifteen year old girl named Claudette Colvin was riding the bus home from Booker T. Washington high school in Montgomery. The bus was was crowded that day and cove and was asked to stand so a white woman could take her seat. Kovin refused the bus driver ordered cove and and to get up but Kovin held her ground this escalated to the point that the police were called and Coleman was arrested at at that time Montgomery had several contradictory laws regarding segregation a symptom of the push and pull between civil rights activists and the racist cyst establishment so one law not only permitted but required the bus driver to have cloven arrested while another protected cove ines right it to any seat. She wanted the N. double. ACP had long been looking for an opportunity to challenge the pro segregation laws and have them formally formerly overturned in Co.. WTN's arrests seemed like a perfect opportunity to bring Jim Crow all the way before the Supreme Court however the Organization soon learned that the teenage Kovin was pregnant out of wedlock. This should have had nothing to do with her case but at the end of the Lacey Pe- feared that juries would be less sympathetic to an unmarried mother with stakes so high they didn't WanNa take any chances chances the organization raised funds for coal WTN's defense but chose not to try to make her the new face of racial inequality. They'd have to wait for the next arrest nine months later on December first nineteen fifty five forty two year old Rosa parks boarded Ed bus number two eight five seven. It was about six. PM and she was on her way home from work at the Montgomery Fair Department Store. She paid her affair and sat down in an empty seat in the back section. She wasn't paying much attention as she boarded and didn't notice that the driver was was James F Blake the same driver who'd kicked her off the bus the previous year for not using the back door for the next three stops the bus traveled along its normal route more passengers got on and the bus slowly filled up by the time the the bus reached its third stop outside the Empire Theater. The whites only section at the front of the bus was over capacity. There was no seat for one. The white passengers in the front so blake stopped the bus and told the first row of black passengers to stand up so he could make a new row for the white writers. He said Y'all better make it light on yourself and let me have those seats. Rosa hadn't planned to make a stand that day but for whatever reason something snapped she later explained. I was not tired physically no more tired than I usually was. At the end of a working day how old I was forty two. No the only tired I was tired of giving in the rear of the black passengers stood up up Rosa didn't she later wrote when that white driver stepped back toward us when he waved his hand and ordered us up and out of our seats. I I felt a determination cover. My Body like a quilt on a winter night. Rosa remained in her seat staring at the driver. Offer Blake squinted back at her. He asked her again. Why don't you stand up. She replied. I don't think I should have to stand up then. She moved to the window seat. Further away from the Isle Lake asked her again if she was going to stand up Rosa again refused blake threatened to call the police. Rosa responded you do that so blake aac place the call while they waited. Roseau remained firmly planted in her seat. She tried to ignore the judgmental glares from the other. The riders assured that she was in the right eventually. Two policemen arrived at the scene. Blake explained the situation and Rosa was was charged with violating chapter six section eleven the Montgomery City code which enforce the segregation of public buses. They took her off the bus and drove her downtown to police headquarters along the way. She asked one of the policemen. Why do you push us around around. The officers. Response was simply. I don't know but the law's the law and your under arrest. Rosa was allowed one call at the station which he made to her husband Raymond. She told him that she had been given even a court date on December. Fifth Raymond was worried but he was also proud of his wife from making stand he promised her he would find the bail money to get her out of jail soon N. double. ACP Chapter President Edgar Nixon arrived the same night Rosa was sent to jail AOL Edgar paid her bail and had her released by then word of Rosa Parks arrest had spread to most of Alabama's black population. Rosa was an upstanding member of the community in many were astounded that she of all people would be arrested for such a minor offence offense. Edgar saw this anger in his community as an opportunity to get people mobilized later that night he visited the parks home and explained a plan to Rosa she could be the face of a new activist movement and as Rosa listened to Edgar's pitch. She felt hope spring in her chest. She was about to spark the historic. Montgomery bus boycott up next. We'll hear how roses work transformed the civil rights movement now back to the story. The black community in Montgomery Alabama was outraged following Rosa parks arrest on December first nineteen fifty five the N. double A. C. P. wanted to capitalize on roses case raising awareness as they tried to overturn Montgomery's segregation.
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"Alabama to find the sheriff armed and waiting for her already. Roseau walked right right past him to enter Recipes House for the duration of their meeting. Rosen noticed the patrol car that drove back and forth in front of the house she he was resolved to just ignore the police until receives front door burst open and the sheriff stepped inside. He warned Rosa that he didn't approve. You've of troublemakers and urged her to leave. Rosa packed up her belongings and departed. She was content to let the sheriff think he'd. He'd won this battle. She bring him the war up next. I we'll discuss how Rosa parks and the N. double. ACP advocated for rec- Taylor fame money obsession. These things can make athletes seem superhuman but what happens when those in professional sports reveal the darker side of their humanity every week minute show sports criminals investigate some of the most significant sports crimes throughout the world and we explore explore the dramatic collision course are most revered athletes and the underbelly of society you'll learn about these athletes rise through competitive sports and and how the discipline and motivation that brought them to the top served a push them into their downfall. Whether you're a rabid fan or a passive observer these stories carry significance significance for us all listen and subscribed to sports criminals for free on spotify and anywhere you listen to podcasts and if you hang around after the end of the show you can hear a clip of the first episode of sports criminals.
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It really does help we also now have merchandise head to park cast dot com slash merch for more information our our audio biographies cover big lives but we like to focus on little known facts. Today we're discussing. Rosa parks dubbed the mother of the Civil Civil Rights movement. She's most famous today for refusing to give up a seat on a bus in Montgomery Alabama. Her Act of Resistance Against Racist Segregation Segregation launched a boycott that proved pivotal to the fight for racial equality but Rosas activism extended beyond bus protests. It's an active member of the N. double. ACP Rosa championed black victims of sexual assault organized acts of civil disobedience and founded educational initiatives for disadvantaged students of Color Rosa Parks was born Rosa Louise as MacAulay on February fourth nineteen thirteen INTAS Gigi Alabama her early life was unstable as her parents separated when Rosa it was only two roses birthplace in Gigi insured. She grew up in the center of the nascent civil rights movement prominent Black Intellectual Booker. T. Washington was active there as soon as Rosa was old enough to understand issues of race. She was hyper aware of the inequality as well every Sunday she worshiped at the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Historically Black denomination initially founded to promote an abolitionist geology and then later devoted to racial equality. When Rosa was eleven years old she moved with her mother and brother to Montgomery Alabama Alabama where her grandparents lived there. She continued her harsh education about racial politics by the early nineteen twenties the white supremacist hate group that Ku Klux Klan was increasingly active for a decade after the civil war the K. K. K. had terrorized people of color color in the southern United States the hate group had declined to the point of nearly disbanding in the late eighteen hundreds but white supremacy experienced a resurgence surgeons in response to the growing number of immigrants in the US by the time Rosa was a young child the KKK boasted more than four million Leeann active members fearful of racially motivated attacks each evening roses grandfather laid a loaded shotgun across his lap APP and slept in a rocking chair near the front door eager to help defend her home and family. Rosa took to sleeping on the floor beside him. You're so when Rosa Parks was eleven. Her mother enrolled her in the private segregated Montgomery Industrial School for girls. It was the best education available to a black girl in the city despite her young age Rosa had to work to pay for her tuition. She took a janitorial job at the school pool cleaning up rooms after classes and every day she saw little reminders of the inequality she faced the white students had a bus Rosa and other black students didn't she walked to school every day. Even in the winter in her autobiography biography Rosa Parks My story Rosa wrote. I'd see the bus pass every day but to me. That was a way of life we we had no choice but to accept. What was the custom. The bus was among the first ways I realized there was a black world and a white world hold on during her walks. Rosa often passed by white children and adults who would shout racial slurs at her unprovoked. Some children even tossed pasta rocks at her as she walked by to cope with the stress. Rosa found comfort in her religious beliefs. She reminded herself that her bullies were simply lost sinners and prayed for them while they harassed her. She knew she couldn't do anything more concrete to defend herself because the police wouldn't look kindly on a black girl fighting white people even if they'd started it. Rosa attended high school at the laboratory school at the historically Black Alabama state teachers college but unfortunately she had to drop out a year later to help care for her ailing grandmother shortly after Rose's Rose's grandmother died her mother to grew. Ill now the family's primary caretaker. Rosa needed to work to support them and provide medical medical care education was out of the question at least until someone new entered Rosa's life and encouraged her to go back to school in Nineteen thirty one when Rosa was eighteen a mutual friend introduced her to a twenty eight year old barber named Raymond Parks. It was clear during their very first meeting that Raymond was romantically interested in her but Rosa didn't return his affection one of her biggest reservations nations lay in the fact that Raymond was a light skinned black man Rosa didn't find him physically attractive and she also doubted that a man and who could pass for white could really understand her day to day struggles as a dark skinned black woman however as their friendship blossomed Rosa learned that Raymond was passionate civil rights advocate and a member of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People War N. double. ACP She was surprised to find that although Raymond dressed well and was an intelligent and thoughtful speaker he barely attended school at all aw thanks to segregation in time a romance blossomed between Raymond and Rosa and they were married on December eighteenth nineteen thirty thirty two when she was nineteen and he was twenty nine Raymond Encourage Rosa to pursue the education he'd never ever had and with his support. She returned to high school and finally completed her degree. Soon after Rosa got a job as a seamstress at a department store you're while Raymond continued on his work with the N. double. ACP although Rosa and Raymond shared beliefs about equal rights initially she kept her her distance from the organization N. Double ACP members feared reprisal from white supremacists and they regularly came to meetings heavily armed should did they need to defend themselves on one occasion. Raymond volunteered to host a meeting at his in Rosa's house shaken by the number of men who arrived lived armed Rosa walked out of the House and sat on the porch hunched over with her head between her knees while the men inside discussed politics Sushi's sat alone in the dark waiting and fear for the first bullets to fly in the moment Rosa was paralyzed by fear violence silence but long-term she grew increasingly frustrated with these sexist assumption that her husband could take risks and join the N. double. ACP while she she needed to be shielded from it so in nineteen forty three thirty year old Rosa finally joined for herself once again sexism reared its head at the N. double ACP as the only woman to attend on her first night. Rosa was tasked with taking taking meeting notes. She was elected secretary at that same meeting but she soon had the opportunity to advocate for women and Black people alike has the chapter began to examine the racial inequality in how police investigated sexual assaults. It was all too common at the time for black men to be falsely accused of raping white women if those men were lucky they'd go to court but still have to plead their case before racist judges judges and juries if they were unlucky. The accused were often lynched by white mobs before their trials began black. Women men also suffered from unjust investigations when they filed reports. The police rarely took their cases seriously rape survivors of have color had few opportunities to pursue justice especially if their attacker was white a particularly egregious case involved a woman named re resc- Taylor on the evening of September third nineteen forty four was walking home from church with two friends when a group of white men abducted abducted her and gang raped her after the assault REC- reported to the police what had happened her friend corroborated the account a few hours later a police officer found the rapists and asked if they had an alibi imen- confess that they'd raped reecey and the police halted the investigation there without pressing charges news of this crime and the polices inaction made it back to the N. Double Lacey Pe- later that month Rosa volunteered to investigate receives case firsthand not only to uncover the truth of the matter but also so to draw national attention to the injustice but before Rosa could capture the attention of the press. She drew scrutiny from the police piece. She stepped off the bus near receives home in Abbeville.
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"Theo harris owen word yeah i know that sounds like it should be hyphenated it's really easy to say you but how do you say it i have no idea i nine but she's professor a professor poly side brooklyn college of us of a see when y yup man great lady yet so if you wanna know more about rosa parks go alan on the internet educate yourself still and seen that movie have you seen that no the about the book a bus boycott no i mean it it was a significant event i had no idea um okay well i think i said search stuff in there somewhere so that means it's time for listener me it called this oh tiny thinks hey guys let me start by saying enjoy the putt guess very much find aside from ah being interesting in entertaining very much helps my time in the car to get them sure commute helped people would go insane if it weren't for us um several episodes ago believe chuck mentioned that you love tiny things i do josh likes things that are grossly oversized the giant pocket watch over their skin within them were initially flavor flight uh he mention living tiny things are something extraordinarily satisfying about them i agree i love tiny things would be remiss if i did not bring um bring you to the museum of jurassic technology lava now now i've been there to um it's in los angeles while they're not one but two fantastic exhibits of tiny things i have the needle in micromosaics i don't think i saw those did you of tiny thing i remember was like the dioramas of the trailers.
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"But rosa parks when she was arrested from what i can tell she was treated like the the uh with the respect that would be afforded to a middleclass black woman at the time in montgomery alabama which is to say with maybe the slightest measure of respect which is to say she was beaten all right waited to jail uh there's a book by the way called claudette colbert on cohen twice toward justice from phil whose or hoofs and uh i think a lot of people these days are trying to china little light on some of the lesserknown figures of the civil rights movement and books would be unwritten stuff like that which is pretty awesome and she she was asked claudette colbert was asked like why why does she think it was rosa parks and not her and she had a whole list of reasons and all of them are pretty legitimate that you know rosa parks is a very again but palatable person to a large swath of people uh and more the point she's also fifteen and the end up alesi p didn't think that a fifteen year old was going to be the most reliable icon to kind of projected into the national forefront yeah not to say um that a lot of people have said over the years that it was staged so because they set rosa parks up the era cetera but they they picked her to do this because she was fouled 'able but they stages whole thing to make which you know would have been fine uh if that sleigh want to kickstart the bus boycott but from all accounts it was a uh in the moment decision cisse said i didn't know that i was right gonna get arrested no one's going to sit down yeah it's just something to happen and so so on the one hand the people who say that now this was staged um the nwpc p and even before then double acp was around buses had been like a target of a black activists in montgomery in particular for decades i think the first bus boycott was in nineteen 100 and it wasn't even a bus who was a trolley line here is what was boycotted so sheep in in having already been the secretary of the end.
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