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Fresh update on "san francisco state university" discussed on Marketplace

Marketplace

01:04 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "san francisco state university" discussed on Marketplace

"It's 4 35. On a Monday. It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Mary Louise Kelly and I'm Audie Cornish. Today in a windowless conference room and Lansing, Michigan, there was a state elections meeting that in a normal year would be a low key formality. 2020, of course, not a normal year. That meeting became the latest front in President Trump's attempt to subvert the election in a state where President elect Joe Biden won by more than 150,000 votes. And that attempt failed when the Michigan Board of State Canvassers voted to certify Michigan's election results. We're joined now by Abigail Sense Ki, a reporter with member station W. K a. R in Lansing. Abigail. Describe to us what happened during this meeting. So after a 4.5 hour stretch of the meeting are canvassers voted to certify the results of the November election here. 3 to 01 Republican joined to Democrats and another Republican, abstained. And like I said that was after four hours of the meeting going on. At one point our state's former director of elections, Chris Thomas, spoke and implored the board to certify your at the pinnacle of Michigan's democracy. You're the endgame of the statewide elections for 2020, basically a really mundane ministerial process, while still important briefly became the center point of President Trump's attempt to undermine President elect Fighting's victory in the state. But why? Why was this meeting so important? Well, this is important because this was kind of the final step in our elections process before our 16 electors can be awarded to the winner of the popular vote. So this was the key thing that needed to happen on now That process of leading candidates know they won and alerting our electors can start and the clock can also start for candidates to request recounts, which officials have said won't overturn the results here. Right because Joe Biden won Michigan with a substantial margin. What was the argument from Republicans who tried to challenge the results? Well, during the meeting, Republicans raised concerns with Dominion voting systems used in the state. And how Republican poll challengers were treated and you know down to the his things as Bigas if the results were accurate, the RNC statewide GOP and Senate candidate John James, who lost to Senator Gary Peters were all requesting that audits be conducted before the results were certified. But legal experts were very clear. That audits can't be conducted here before our results are certified. With so much focus on this meeting. What did the officials or the volunteers? Those who testified at this hearing have to say well, aside from a few former Republican state lawmakers and an attorney for John James, the comment was overwhelmingly from clerks on voters who were encouraging the board to certify And saw this is a key part of trust in our democracy. People really came out to defend and celebrate this process. That was an election that was carried out in a pandemic after our voting laws had changed here. And would occurred largely by mail. This is part of a public comment from a voter named Wendy Grand back. She's been voting for more than 50 years, and she said the board held people's trust in democracy in their hands. It sometimes feels like officials are attempting to tear up my ballot right in front of me by stalling and recounting, and people were really clear that a vote not to certify would ditch in disenfranchise hundreds of thousands of voters here. Reporter Abigail Sense Ki from member station W. K. R in Lansing, Michigan. Thank you for your reporting, of course. For people who talk to work colleagues by zoom or use it to catch up to family and friends. It is easy to take the platform for granted. But zoom will not host just any conversation. Video streaming platform is being accused of censorship after it blacklisted a controversial speaker at a public event. MPR's Bobby Allen reports and we should note Zoom is a financial supporter of NPR. The controversial speaker is Palestinian activist Layla Holiday. Holiday is a member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. The U. S. Considers that a terrorist group holiday is notorious for hijacking a plane in 1969 and trying to do it again a year later. So when Rob Bob Abdulhadi invited Holland to speak, she knew it would set off a big debate. Abdu Holly, a professor at San Francisco State University, says it never happened because of zoom. The company said they were legal concerns. We might be implicated in criminal activities off material support for terrorism, and that might include imprisonment and a fine. Abdulhadi didn't fear those consequences. She sees solid as a feminist icon who should be able to speak at a public event. Some 1500 people had planned to tune in on soon as a platform. They do not have the right to use their being a platform in order for them to veto the content of our classroom, and that's actually in pension over academic freedom. Legally zoom can tell Abdel Hadi what to teach. But it can kick speakers off its platform and the pro Israel Law Fair Project had been pressuring zoom to do just that. Brooke Goldstein is the project's executive director. So if your interest isn't having an academic discussion about controversial issues, go ahead. But that doesn't mean that you have the right to assist a designated terrorist group in carrying out their mission. This wasn't the first time zoom face this kind of heat. This summer Zoom shut down meetings Commemorating the Tiananmen Square massacre. At the request of the Chinese government. Social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have been in the middle of debates over enforcing content rules for a while for zoom. It's new Welcome to the party Zoom. Daphne Keller is a former Google lawyer who is now it's Stanford Cyber Policy Center. Zoom started as a corporate video service. But now with the pandemic.

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'Overlooked': Asian American Jobless Rate Surges But Few Take Notice

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:41 min | Last month

'Overlooked': Asian American Jobless Rate Surges But Few Take Notice

"Asian. American workers have gone from having the lowest unemployment rate in the country to one of the highest from Vietnamese nail salons to Cambodian doughnut shops. Asian. Owned businesses have struggled during this pandemic. Here's NPR's Scott horsely. Jerry Rayburn was excited last October when he landed a job with a mortgage servicing company in southern California, it was a step up from his old job as a food delivery driver but six months later, the pandemic hit the business decreased dramatically and based on seniority. I was like, Oh, Rayburn who came to the US from Thailand when he was eight years old now shares a single room with his mom brother and sister in another family's house and things it's been downhill and I. I. Don't have adult late night and still unemployed fortunately and I've been looking David Kinley also lost work when the pandemic struck can lists who's from the Philippines had been consulting for software startups right now nobody has starter capital nobody has the budget go hire consultant nobody even feels comfortable from you to come into their office. The Spike in Asian American unemployment stands out even during the wide-spread misery of the pandemic asian-americans usually enjoy a lower jobless rate than any other racial or ethnic group but at ten point seven percent in August the Asian American unemployment rate was higher than that of whites or Latinos Economists Marlene. Kim University of Massachusetts laments that doesn't get much notice. Asian Americans are absolutely overlooked. People have the sense that Asians are fine. That they're a model minority that they have good jobs and are doing okay geography explain some of the Newfound Challenges Asian Americans are concentrated in places like New York and California where the virus has taken a heavy toll occupation also plays a role Donmar San. Francisco. State. University, says nearly a quarter of the Asian American workforce is employed in industries like restaurants retail and personal services such as nail salons. Does industries have been hard hit by that pandemic and traditionally employed many Asian Americans. Asian Americans say president trump hasn't helped his provocative labeling of what he calls the Chinese virus Paul along of Ucla says town in Los Angeles suffered an earlier and deeper drop foot and vehicle traffic than the city's other commercial neighborhoods. People are avoiding these areas in part because of this myth that somehow Asian Americans are tied. In with the spread, Corona virus certainly that he said true an unfair but there's no question it gets reflected in the impact on the ethnic economy that can be a real problem for Asian Americans who are new to the country or have limited English skills in ordinary times the social and economic networks an immigrant community can open doors and provide opportunity, but also says the lions on those networks can be. A trap during a crisis like the pandemic if you're in an ethnic sector and all the restaurants are facing the same problem of being shut down, your opportunity to find work is very minimal. If not non-existent Jerry Rayburn, the laid off mortgage service worker has grown frustrated with online job applications, but he keeps filling them out while also attending community college. His younger brother recently landed a job at home depot. Rayburn says, events have tested but not yet beaten his immigrant families. Hope for a brighter future life is not in any country and I believe a Mogo. We'll get better

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"san francisco state university" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"san francisco state university" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Coming up on KCBS San Francisco State University has lost thousands of students because of the pandemic, but there could be an upside for those at community college. It's 9 15 KCBS The Giants lost to the Astros tonight Find toe one Kevin Ramage with sports slug their way to a date for win over the Angels home runs by Olson in the first and then Grossman with a man on in the second is the 11 pitch to Robbie Grossman, Robbie. It's a drive deep right center field. That's got a chance to go and it will and Grossman has homered. And the A's take a 3 to 1 way home run Derby at the Big Gay So far today can't Karak on AIDS cast. Piscotty homered in the fourth Trout and Ren Doan homered for the Angels. Chapman had R R B I double in the 58 then scored three in the eighth. Ramon Laureano with a big two run single in that inning, the wind goes to Chris Bassett. Five and 2/3 5 hits for runs. He's now to a no and another thriller in the NHL playoffs. Boston and Carolina's Game one was delayed 15 hours by that Tampa Bay Columbus game that went into five overtimes. And guess what the Burns and Hurricanes went to double overtime cuts through the middle right circling. Legend. Bergeron continues being double overtime. Bergeron wins it for the Bruins forward. Three off Hurricanes and the Bruins taken one games tonight lead They missed a best of seven opening round matchup. John Ford's Lin on NBC SPORTS The hockey playoffs continue to dazzle at the.

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Trapped In Wuhan During COVID-19 | Jen Knight

Migratory Patterns

08:55 min | 8 months ago

Trapped In Wuhan During COVID-19 | Jen Knight

"Gen nine says that she won the in laws lottery when it comes to Chinese husband's parents but luck wasn't on our side this past January when a day after she arrived in her husband's hometown just outside of Wuhan for a Spring Festival celebration. The Chinese Government started shutting down all transit lakes into and out of the area effectively trapping her at ground. Zero of what would soon come to be known as the covert Nineteen Corona virus outbreak. She was as she easily admits terrified and filled isolated but what helped her feel less alone was participating in a study. That has china-based ex. Pats how they were feeling during the crisis and through two months of lockdown and plus two weeks of self isolation in an apartment in Shenzhen. Her notions of home have shifted. Or maybe she was just being made aware of a ship. That had already taken place. This is a really great conversation. And I'm thankful we were able to get this glimpse of what life was like for Ex pats in China as the global pandemic first emerged. I hope that you learn as much from her story is ided. Please sit back relax. Enjoy my conversation with JEN night. Gen night welcome to migratory patterns. Thank you so much for having me. Where is home so and I thought about how to answer this question. I came up with three answers. Three different places. One would be the place where I you know grew up and was raised which would be suburbia midwestern suburbia so a suburb of Milwaukee Wisconsin and a second place. That is home. Would Be San Francisco Bay area where I lived for eight years before I moved abroad and where my family is now. Located is in the North Bay and then the third place that I came up with it feels like home would be where I am right now. Which is my apartment in Shenzhen China? Where my husband is and my apartment is and jobs and life. I think in the first person with three answers. Oh really pretty sure. It's always interesting. Everyone's unique and I love how people will somehow work in where they're from originally some people you know there are few who like where I am now and all that stuff but I think the first TRIFECTA. I think if you'd asked me a few years ago it would have been just too but as I've gotten a little bit older I felt more strongly connected to my roots in a way and so I really wanted to add that third one in about where I came from because I think it's so important It's something that I wanted to leave behind when I left there at the age of eighteen nineteen. I was like goodbye. I Never WanNa see you again suburban Midwest. So let's talk about that so so suburban Midwest. Where exactly was that so it was in? It's a suburb of Milwaukee Wisconsin Like on the north side of town and it was it was a nice place to grow up and I've gone back a few times over the years. My family doesn't live there anymore. So the only real pull. I have our friends and people. I know who still live there but I found the last time that I returned which would have been seven years ago I think about. I felt I really felt the sense of home. It was so interesting so when you ask that question. That immediately came to my mind. That's interesting so you said you were looking to get out of there at eighteen. What was that all about? Was that Just sick of suburbia type thing? It's kind of an archetype in in the US. Yeah I was. I was always ready to get out from a pretty young age and my friend and I we just pointed at a map and there was Seattle and we had one friend who lived there who said we could sleep on his floor and we sold all of our stuff and bought backpacks and took the train for three days to Seattle the train. That's awesome. I love the train still was school. You were going to college or you just get out and I was just getting out. Although I ended up studying my undergraduate was in Washington state so I did live there for a number of years but interestingly it never felt like home so that is interesting so After so how did you get from? Let's say Seattle because that's kind of where you can set off on your journey. How did you get from Seattle to where you are now? What was that like? Well I my family had relocated to the San Francisco Bay area and I visited there one time before and felt really like a strong Paul to San Francisco and I went through some personal problems in While I was living in Seattle and I ended up packing up and moving and decided to relocate there and I just loved it I mean I had an amazing eight years living in San Francisco and I remember driving my used Acura over the Golden Gate Bridge like crammed with all of my stuff and I really felt that sense like this is going to be my home for awhile. Kinda cool this kind of cool so then you went to San Francisco. So what motivated jumped from San Francisco to overseas? That'd be fair. I Guess San Francisco can kind of feel like overseas from suburban Milwaukee. Well yeah so I made the first jump to Seattle and then from Seattle to San Francisco and I think San Francisco for me. I feel like I just had done it. I don't know how else to explain it. I just felt like I was John. Like I had done everything that I needed to do. There I had an amazing time. I met amazing people. I had incredible experiences. It's a beautiful place to live. There's so much to do. There was such a buzz. You know the entrepreneurial seen everything there when I was living there but I did feel like my time there was complete and I felt really unsure about what to do next and I ended up going to New York for a while and I went back to the Midwest for a while and I was really torn about my next move and sort of out of nowhere. The opportunity to teach in Shanghai came up and they said we have this job for you. You have two weeks to get here and I just went for it. What was the job? It was teaching in a school there but it was kind of a startup situation where I would be helping them. Start an American program within a Chinese school so it was a lot of curriculum development and teaching As well as some other like Adleman kind of stuff. It's a great way and so did you study to be a teacher when you're teaching in the US before you left. Yeah I had a California teaching credential and I got my master's from San Francisco State University so when I moved to San Francisco that was. That was the reason why was for a job that I got in Oakland Public Schools. So my background is very heavily in education is a teacher and I know what you guys do. So good on you for that work. Is You know you? Kinda got out at San Francisco. Probably right at the right time. It's just San Francisco to me. I've been there several times over the last few years last several years and San Francisco from to me feels like that really cool band. That sounded awesome but then sold out immediately and not quite as cool anymore. I love that analogy. Yes I could not agree more so so you hit China and did you say was shot high. Yeah Shanghai is where I lived I so for four years. Wow you've been bouncing all over the place where you did you. Did you go to Thailand for Awhile? Yes so after we were in Shanghai Shanghai four years we lived poop hat Thailand for two years and then we just moved back to China. Shenzhen last August. Well what great timing I actually right now. I'm pretty happy to be in Shenzhen overall right now I mean you know. Obviously we're this is the time of the time of Corona virus right now and it China. Ironically when the outbreak I happened so many people were streaming out of the country. And now there's tons of people who would love to be able to go back because they got a handle on it I it's Conan and argue at the methods but They've worked yes. Yes and I was at the epicenter of all of that so I I rode the roller coaster.

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Today In True Crime - Zodiac Killer

Hostage

09:42 min | 1 year ago

Today In True Crime - Zodiac Killer

"I'm Vanessa Richardson and today we're discussing the murder of Paul Stein a cab driver who gave a ride to the Zodiac killer on the night of October eleventh nineteen sixty nine and was killed in his car after reaching his destination had it not be in for a communications breakdown within the police the Zodiac killer's ten month long killing spree might have ended that night four we discussed the hunt for the elusive Zodiac killer. Let's go back to the evening of October eleventh nineteen sixty nine twenty nine year old Paul Stein didn't like to define himself as a cabdriver that was his night job meant to support him as he pursued his doctorate in English at San Francisco State University he was even gearing up to quit just a few months before he'd been mugged by a passenger and ever since he'd felt a tinge of worry whenever a stranger got in his car Stein had decided that cabdriver having wasn't for him but he still needed to work the job while he found something else and so on the night of October Eleventh Stein and his Yellow Bob were cruising through San Francisco's theatre district he picked up a new fare at some point around nine thirty pm the singer was a white man even the brightly lit intersections that surrounded San Francisco's Union Square the shadows seemed to dance across the passengers ace keeping him in a gloomy shroud Washington and maple the man said in a near whisper he didn't speak again Stein started the meter and pulled away it takes an average of eighteen minutes to reach Washington and Maple in the presidio Heights neighborhood from union in station Stein's passenger remained silent for the entire ride Stein didn't mind that he'd been driving a cab for long enough to expect all tips he'd had passengers told him their entire life story from the backseat of his cab others like tonight's ride kept silent speaking only to require Esta Destination Stein thought about turning on the radio but decided against it all of the stations were talking about one thing anyway the Zodiac killer just two weeks before to students had been tied up and stabbed by a man in an executioner's hood over at Lake Barry Esa the get up was weird enough but the guy had also been writing letters to the city's newspapers sending puzzles for people to solve the city was on edge wondering when the next attack was going to come Stein didn't want to think about it he opted for the Ambient Din of the assing city instead if the passenger minded he didn't speak up Stein reached for the meter he pulled over at the corner of Washington Street and Apple Street wait the shadow shrouded man whispered from the backseat pull on up Stein didn't speak he just nodded as he put the cab back in gear maybe the guy had gotten his address wrong it happened all the time where to Stein asked as the cab cruised along Washington street here the man said suddenly as the cab approached the next intersection after Washington and Maple Stein pulled over and turned off meter the man owed six dollars and twenty five cents he leaned forward from the back seat reaching into his pocket to get his wallet Stein's opposed he didn't even see the gun the passenger raised his nine millimeter pistol and fired point blank into Stein's head Stein was dead before his head hit the steering wheel the killer wanted the cab and moved around it to the front passenger door he opened the door and reached in to pull the keys from the ignition. He pocketed them then he snatched Stein's wallet from his pocket and began to rip his shirt apart the killer didn't know it but he was being watched three teenagers in an apartment across the street phoned the police shortly before ten pm they reported a man white may be tween twenty five or thirty five with reddish brown hair and heavy rimmed glasses they could likely see Stein's body from their vantage point down in the cab the killer grabbed a swatch of stine's torn shirt and took off down Cherry Street patrol officers Don Falcone and Eric Films were the closest to the crime scene as they made their way toward Washington Cherry their dispatcher gave them an update on the suspect he described the man they were looking for as a black male so when falcons elms passed a heavyset white man walking away from the crime scene they thought nothing of it they hurried to the scene only then did they learn that the dispatch had mixed up the suspect's description falcons elms both realized that they had very likely just past the killer coming up at the man hunt sweeps the surrounding blocks now back to the story Paul Stein was murdered in his cab fifty years ago today on October Eleventh Nineteen Sixty nine in San Francisco's presidio Heights neighborhood a manhunt ensued police searched the surrounding blocks but it was too late the killer was gone the murder was not initially linked to the Zodiac killer the crime didn't fit his usual mo all of the other known Zodiac attacks had occurred in secluded areas and the victims had all been cut goals the gun that the killer used to kill Stein also did not match the suspected weapons used in the other attacks it was the Zodiac himself who led the police to suspect that there was more to Paul stine's murder since August of nineteen sixty nine the Zodiac killer had been mailing letters to the San Francisco medical the San Francisco Examiner and the Vallejo Times in these letters the killer took credit for his crimes taunted the police for their inability to catch him and sent bizarre ciphers that he challenged the police to try and solve it was also in these letters that the killer had shared his name the Zodiac the killer had not sent a letter in several weeks the newspapers had not heard from him even after the events of the timber twenty seventh nineteen sixty nine when the Zodiac had killed Cecelia Shepard and attacked Bryan Hartnell but on October third eighteenth two days after Stein's death the San Francisco Chronicle received a new Zodiac letter it read I am the murderer of the taxi driver over by Washington Street and Maple Street last night to prove this here is a bloodstained piece of his shirt I am the same man who did in the people in the North Bay area the San Francisco police could have caught me last night if they had searched the park proper early the letter included a bloody scrap of Paul stine's shirt the witnesses who had initially called the police worked with a sketch artist to produce composite sketch of what they believed the killer looked like this was widely circulated but to no avail the Zodiac killer wrote another letter to the San Francisco Chronicle on November ninth nineteen sixty nine in it he claimed that he actually spoke with police officers on the night that he killed Paul Stein this is likely untrue officers Falcons films reported that they had just seen the man passing on there way to the scene and realized after the subjects description was updated that they might have missed him still if the man that Falcons Elm saw okay was the Zodiac than that was the closest that the police ever got to catching him between December of nineteen sixty eight and October nineteen sixty nine the Zodiac killer brutally attacked seven people killing five of them he seemed to resurface at least once more in eighteen seventy when he attempted to abduct a woman named Kathleen Johns and her infant child Kathleen later linked her attacker to the police sketch of Paul stine's murderer the Zodiac killer continued to send letters to the San Francisco Chronicle over the next few years in some he claimed credit for murders that had occurred in the San Francisco Bay area but the police were never able to definitively connect him to any of those crimes today on it seems unlikely that it ever will

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The Murder of Paul Stine: 50 Years Later

Serial Killers

09:41 min | 1 year ago

The Murder of Paul Stine: 50 Years Later

"I'm Vanessa Richardson and today we're discussing the murder of Paul Stein a cab driver who gave a ride to the Zodiac killer on the night of October eleventh nineteen sixty nine and was killed in his car after reaching his destination had it not be in for a communications breakdown within the police the Zodiac killer's ten month long killing spree might have ended that night four we discussed the hunt for the elusive Zodiac killer. Let's go back to the evening of October Eleventh Nineteen Sixty nine twenty nine year old Paul Stein didn't like to define himself as a cabdriver that was his night job meant to support him as he pursued his doctorate in English at San Francisco State University he was even gearing up to quit just a few months before he'd been mugged by a passenger and ever since he'd felt a tinge of worry whenever a stranger got in his car. Stein had decided that cabdriver having wasn't for him but he still needed to work the job while he found something else and so on the night of October Eleventh Stein and his yellow Bob were cruising through San Francisco's theatre district he picked up a new fare at some point around nine thirty pm the singer was a white man even the brightly lit intersections that surrounded San Francisco's Union Square the shadows seemed to dance across the passengers Ace keeping him in a gloomy shroud Washington and maple the man said in a near whisper he didn't speak again Stein started the meter and pulled away it takes an average of eighteen minutes to reach Washington and Maple in the presidio Heights neighborhood from union in station Stein's passenger remained silent for the entire ride Stein didn't mind that he'd been driving a cab for long enough to expect all tips he'd had passengers told him their entire life story from the backseat of his cab others like tonight's ride kept silent speaking only to require Esta Destination Stein thought about turning on the radio but decided against it all of the stations were talking about one thing anyway the Zodiac killer just two weeks before to students had been tied up and stabbed by a man in an executioner's hood over at Lake Barry Esa the get up was weird enough but the guy had also been writing letters to the city's newspapers sending puzzles for people to solve the city was on edge wondering when the next attack was going to come Stein didn't want to think about it he opted for the ambient din of the assing city instead if the passenger minded he didn't speak up Stein reached for the meter he pulled over at the corner of Washington Street and apple street wait the shadow shrouded man whispered from the backseat pull on up Stein didn't speak he just nodded as he put the cab back in gear maybe the guy had gotten his address wrong it happened all the time where to Stein asked as the cab cruised along Washington street here the man said suddenly as the cab approached the next intersection after Washington and Maple Stein pulled over and turned off meter the man owed six dollars and twenty five cents he leaned forward from the back seat reaching into his pocket to get his Wallet Stein's opposed he didn't even see the gun the passenger raised his nine millimeter pistol and fired point blank into Stein's head Stein was dead before his head hit the steering wheel the killer exited the cab and moved around it to the front passenger door he opened the door and reached in to pull the keys from the ignition. He pocketed them then he snatched Stein's wallet from his pocket and began to rip his shirt apart the killer didn't know it but he was being watched three teenagers in an apartment across the street phoned the police shortly before ten pm they reported a man white may be tween twenty five or thirty five with reddish brown hair and heavy rimmed glasses they could likely see Stein's body from their vantage point down in the cab the killer grabbed a swatch of stine's torn shirt and took off down Cherry Street patrol officers. Don Falcone and Eric Films were the closest to the crime scene as they made their way toward Washington Cherry their dispatcher gave them an update on the suspect he described the man they were looking for as a black male so when falcons elms passed a heavyset white man walking away from the crime scene they thought nothing of it they hurried to the scene only then did they learn that the dispatch had mixed up the suspect's description falcons elms both realized that they had very likely just past the killer coming up breath man hunt sweeps the surrounding blocks now back to the story Paul Stein was murdered in his cab fifty years ago today on October Eleventh Nineteen Sixty nine in San Francisco's Presidio Heights neighborhood a manhunt ensued police searched the surrounding blocks but it was too late the killer was gone the murder was not initially linked to the Zodiac killer the crime didn't fit his usual mo all of the other known Zodiac attacks had occurred in secluded areas and the victims had all been cut tells the gun that the killer used to kill Stein also did not match the suspected weapons used in the other attacks it was the Zodiac himself who led the police to suspect that there was more to Paul stine's murder since August of nineteen sixty nine the Zodiac killer had been mailing letters to the San Francisco medical the San Francisco Examiner and the Vallejo Times in these letters the killer took credit for his crimes taunted the police for their inability to catch him and sent bizarre ciphers that he challenged the police to try and solve it was also in these letters that the killer had shared his name the Zodiac the killer had not sent a letter in several weeks the newspapers had not heard from him even after the events of the timber twenty seventh nineteen sixty nine when the Zodiac had killed Cecelia Shepard and attacked Bryan Hartnell but on October third eighteenth two days after Stein's death the San Francisco Chronicle received a new Zodiac letter it read I am the murderer of the taxi driver over by Washington Street and Maple Street last night to prove this here is a bloodstained piece of his shirt I am the same man who did in the people in the North Bay area the San Francisco police could have caught me last night if they had searched the park proper early the letter included a bloody scrap of Paul stine's shirt the witnesses who had initially called the police worked with a sketch artist to produce composite sketch of what they believed the killer looked like this was widely circulated but to no avail the Zodiac killer wrote another letter to the San Francisco Chronicle on November ninth nineteen sixty nine in it he claimed that he actually spoke with police officers on the night that he killed Paul Stein this is likely untrue officers Falcons films reported that they had just seen the man passing on there way to the scene and realized after the subjects description was updated that they might have missed him still if the man that Falcons Elm saw okay was the Zodiac than that was the closest that the police ever got to catching him between December of nineteen sixty eight and October nineteen sixty nine the Zodiac killer brutally attacked seven people killing five of them he seemed to resurface at least once more in eighteen seventy when he attempted to abduct a woman named Kathleen Johns and her infant child Kathleen later linked her attacker to the police sketch of Paul stine's murderer the Zodiac killer continued to send letters to the San Francisco Chronicle over the next few years in some he claimed credit for murders that had occurred in the San Francisco Bay area but the police were never able to definitively connect him to any of those crimes today a is the fiftieth anniversary of Zodiac's last known murder the killer's identity has never been discovered as time continues on it seems unlikely that it ever will

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"san francisco state university" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"san francisco state university" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Now twenty five years later the world's oldest continually operated webcam is being shut off this little fun fact you can use with somebody on a bet it's called the fog cameras set up by two guys taking computer classes at San Francisco State University pointing out a campus street to show well how fun it was times change there's not much of a you be left there anymore or any other place to locate the webcam so they can decide to pull the plug at the end of August I also had some security issues the website fog cam dot org is going to stay on line but **** him wasn't the first can you remember what the first was actually member this the honor goes to the Trojan room coffee pot camera Cambridge that pre dated the internet as we know it back in nineteen ninety one actual remember going to see that a simpler time when only webcams for pointed at foggy streets and coffee pots all right ready to buy a brand new apple watch will hold off because it looks like we're gonna have another version of the watch and it's gonna have a faster processor and some different color options doesn't sound like it's going to have any groundbreaking new features yeah but the big upgrades or maybe even another year away like native sleep tracking which have in turn to mean it has to have a much better battery but eventually this was the ability to charge the watch wirelessly by placing it on an iPhone kinda like Sam Sam products work now but this year's model is supposed to come in two new finishes I guess that's something Oscar debuts September ceramic and titanium now no previous apple watch had titanium there was ceramic the series two and three just out the series for so it's kind of like something's old is kind of new again maybe really think they need to.

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"san francisco state university" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"san francisco state university" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"How do you become a beat writer, and you have taken a nontraditional path? You're just telling me you were vet tech before you started doing speechwriting thing part time while you're in school. So from now on him just gonna answer all this questions with. Well. I you become a licensed veterinary technician right about music for awhile. And then while you're still in school you cover the giants. And you're studying journalism, which is another question we get should either studying journalism anymore. I didn't as people can probably tell have found that to be helpful. And how did you end up doing what you're doing? So of that tech down my early twenty five years hurt. My back had to find a plan b I decided to go back wall or journals state. And I just thought really lucky honestly, one of my professors new I like the phone out. Mommy outlet FFA news, which is where I work now and his beat writer who was often state student, basically he just minds state for writer had gone job. Shane Aruban job at the clinic. And so neat also really important to have more women, FOX. And if I wanted the job, and I with him, and you know, I've never written about four in my life, right? He was like, yeah. But trust your writer, like senior work, and I think it'll be fine. And I mean like when I'm I going to do my concern not job down. I, and I was like, I guess I'll just figure this out as I go along that is sort of the clear path, and so finishing up my degree. I've got about a semester and a half left. Unfortunately, so covering all the home games and doing that and all of your campus news editor fool newspapers kind of a lot. San Francisco state university, golden gator. Yeah. Yeah. It's fine. Yeah. My other job is to who Herath administration for funds intriguing faculty and student like dollar sign. That's my job. I bet you find Ben you didn't know you were putting together a dream team of staffers of the San Francisco state university. Golden no I had. I did this message there while I was in high school. Yeah. That's awesome. Yeah. Exact- quite a it depends on which the Nestor year there. How the paper looks like. But I. All right. So I put this off long enough. Give us your predicted win total for the giants in two thousand eighteen and I guess we have to do a with n without Harper version, which is just an indirect way of asking you. How could you Bryce Harper is? But gives us the two numbers. I know I've been suspended entire podcast waffling that. There's just so many factors. It's hard to tell. I think you know, if things as they are without Harper. I'm gonna say I know that I think a lot of actions like seventy six I think maybe eighty one and give them five hundred with her maybe eighty four eighty five and I'm gonna go with. I'm sure giants fans everywhere hate me and everyone else thinks over projecting us. But there it is going with that can you third projection if they bring back Ernest riles. One morning that just one more. Okay. Seventy eight. All right. Well, you can follow Giulio season at SFA news. That is SF Efate that CA and you can find her on Twitter at inside the Parker. The is a three. Thank you very much Lee. Thanks, julie. Yes. Thank you very much. Jessie, this has been a pleasure. And I'm sorry that we can't do this everyday. But I'm married to Jesse with an eye, and it would probably get confusing. If I had to suck to jesse's in my life, all the time. So maybe it's for the best. Now if the two of your accidentally called her Jeffey, right?.

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"san francisco state university" Discussed on Atlanta Monster

Atlanta Monster

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"san francisco state university" Discussed on Atlanta Monster

"A perfect storm was brewing in the I was squarely centered around San Francisco, the summer of love is an expression of this awakening, we call upon the world to help us. Celebrate the infinite holiness of life. Summer of love is the summer of nineteen sixty seven when something like one hundred thousand young people flock to San Francisco. This is Peter Richardson. He's a historian and lecturer at San Francisco state university. They're told not to come by city officials, which is the best way to get people to. And they do. You know, you know, America is so obsessed with ban breath and with underarm the odorant. These are the biggest problems in the world. If you watch television, I think that generation of kids which says we don't care about your concept of cleanliness is a revolutionary generation. Hits the streets really kinda changes kind of morphs into the hippie counterculture that people are so where it turned San Francisco to kind of global rock capital van Francisco police say that nine I have been arrested eight narcotics rate on the headquarters, the Grateful Dead, a widely popular thing. There are a lot of bands. They're very creative and innovative and influential. What was happening in San Francisco is something much more improvisational exploratory was part of a larger art scene that included psychedelic posters and light shows and even the hippies didn't realize how many of them there were and they start getting publicity national publicity. Children in the nineteen sixties often of America children of blood. Sink Ravin Streuli quickly despite its utopian Asper rations, the San Francisco counterculture is surrounded by all these other forms of strive. So it's not a peaceful place to live than The you. new communist campaign in Vietnam continues.

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"san francisco state university" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"san francisco state university" Discussed on Here & Now

"To tell you that this is how you're supposed to be living your life so there's a lot of public talks about maybe shifting that the way we think about you know the life beyond you know certain each like sixty five it seems as if a prison is essentially for many of these women is playing the role of what a an assisted living facility would would be right or some sort of senior living community would be playing yeah very assistant living it's provides both house guest services and then to some extent social opportunities and a lot of the woman in in the prison are saying about for the first time and i'm joined the role of the der der playing you know day enjoy working in prisons and then they enjoy the time in a having people around them and then also in the psalm tangible services like nutritional meals in some ways that in services start getting the certain to services about programs they're getting in a in prisons is fulfilling some of the needs no they are not really in having to in satisfied in in their own homes right makes me think that perhaps part of the solution is to create those those opportunities outside of prison right there there are meals programs that they are social service programs but older adults have to go out and then reach out to those service agencies to and then i think the outreach project you know the at four and a half to be made more to those older dollars they may not be necessarily aware of being what's available in their communities where they may not really understand that there are some people enough i'm willing to listen to them so that's i think something that they have to work on well emiko takagi is a professor of gerontology at san francisco state university thank you so much.

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"san francisco state university" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"san francisco state university" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A fun part of the book i've been uh i've i've written comedy bunch of wrote a play abroad wrote a bunch of comedic laser in chicago had been produced and stuff and so a lot of the stuff that i read in the book was really insightful and exercises that i'd never tried before but but certainly if i'm going to continue to write would would would do again well you know i got it in my blood in a way nickname mother mona schreiber was a writer and inaccurate and she had her own kaloum into town i lived in in northern california foster city and i was about fifteen years old when she wrote a column about me and how my personal hygiene suffered cold scrape him off he's mine can like when i got to the bus stop that day everybody was reading the foster city progress in pointing at me and going oh scrape him off and um despite that um i'm done with therapy i've worked through it but she was a phenomenal phenomenal writer herself in the school or a bomb back and i started in the international humor writing contests since the year two thousand the motor schreiber prize for humorous fiction nonfiction every year i give away five hundred bucks to the funniest pieces in people's submit from all over the world so you could say i've got it genetically yeah sounds like well let's go back to the beginnings to now you were just talking about the influence that your mother had on you uh is that what brought you down the avenue to be a county runner well you know this connects to fill proctor when i went to san francisco state university nick uh they said hey you can take anybody's material you want and create a halfhour performance peace so my best friends bryan and nick and i did uh nick dangerous third eyes i was so there i was like the mid 70s nick there i was doing rocky were cocoa you know saying yes stuff but todd beecham brain out and you know decades later i wind up cooper writing his memoirs we have him on three we had him out a few weeks ago is he's such a great interview.

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"san francisco state university" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"san francisco state university" Discussed on Here & Now

"Well you know right now uh i think what surfacing is that we are going to be waiting a long time before we find out the end of this story i think right now we're in the midst of something you know a lot of times when disasters happen uh you know they take place and then for the next few days we describe that in the news business as the aftermath and i really believe that we are actually it's happening still right now these fires you i mentioned that there was sink some containment on them but they are not out and they are still threatening communities and there are still large neighborhoods where people have not the authorities have not been able to go yet in to inspect homes and it's believe that some of those unaccounted for you know could have died in those uh in those homes and we may not know you know the numbers for a very long time so i think this is just the beginning of what's become a very sad story while and distill less the air quality it's been compared to beijing emergency rooms crowded schools closed and there might be small fibers thinking in bed and people's lungs i mean the way things look in san francisco where our station is located for the last few days you know the sky has been white the sun has been orange our bus drivers are wearing masks around their faces you can see people on bicycles with those white masks as well you dose yesterday the announced that san francisco state university was close you know canceling classes today in san francisco this is an hour away from where these fires are we've been in touch with sfo san francisco international airport in the last three days three hundred flights have been cancelled because of the smoke problems i have never experienced smoke this week ever like it's been here it's been very frustrating thing we actually have been smell yet inside buildings for several days the oakland raiders practicing with masks on ted goldberg of kqed in san francisco is this terrible story of the fires as he said in our way continues ted thanks so much thank you.

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"san francisco state university" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

The Myth Of The 20th Century

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"san francisco state university" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

"It's definitely worth contemplating i've seen the pattern where the other chinese and indians especially indian women of for some reason are actually far better at the easing via the social justice signalling them the than some of the the other groups um so i mean rather than not being willing to put up with it i mean it's been a a chinese tradition fora like several thousand years to signal the correct adherence to the right to eighty algae in leading details away of professional advancement so you know if you have to come up with increasingly boroka justifications for ah y you're really truly oppress store i you know down with via the oppressed peoples or whatever than you gotta do what got to do that's good point but at the same time did you ever see the video came out maybe six months ago of the the chinaman in the library this is library yet the black lives matter people are during their their protests will have rises library i just have a hard time imagining like large numbers of chinese basically justin walking calculator types bullets it's not labelling gary hong of of white people read and really in a relative numbers of from what i perceive large numbers of of jews vetter really done for social justice us stuff like most people are kind of genuinely there to uh you know get uh some credential as a way of light getting their uh their job prospects improved or to get later to get drunk or something um but you know the the crowds at these things are not a necessarily representative of a huge chunk of the student body.

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"san francisco state university" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

The Myth Of The 20th Century

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"san francisco state university" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

"Muster muster your way and that's the uh i i think that's the roots of the younger black lives matter thing like trying to find some sort of antiblack racism uh regardless of how desperate attempt ends up being or the the gender stuff that they just need to have as you say a permanent revolution and so what slashed while what's stand up for trannies yes meaning of those are perfect targets because irs problems with no solution by the end up being i think they're they've got to be less satisfying uh than let's say going after uh i don't know who was the um h review researcher out of out of was it one of the canadian universities on not to reach wine which one no this is back in the eighties '90s what's he's got a french surname i can't believe i kept members name a russian yes john philippe rushton believe brochure knew what he was a great he was a great target to go after because he's just dogs so so evil but a now we're we're we're just trying to find the few transsexuals who may or may not be a being abused yeah beat beat d just can't handle it they can't handle being establishment it doesn't build here you're talking you talk about catharsis i mean we're if you're imagine yourself as a leftist where would you go to to get your revolution arches where would this black lives matter even gonna cut afria uh and i think i think and i kind of hope actually in kind of a perverse way that what will happen is that there are about to run up against the chinese at that are about to run up against an asian takeover of many universities loan already well underway i think it soon.

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"san francisco state university" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

The Myth Of The 20th Century

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"san francisco state university" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

"Um is so there's less incentive to to attack the institutions i mean when you can have a group of black suits rain to a classroom in light threaten a conservative professor um in out there's in san diego have funding go create chaos campus campuses full of know people who are more left wing even if they're the spectrum is not as it's not as much fun and you might get arrested you know that's a slush fund to um i have other other in the expected you know no one really stop this and i think the institutional capture happen you know the the mob is running the universities so when the mobs learning university the get like what warrants is there to attack them if you have a this sort of you know this safe space from which to advocate for i mean you can you can call even call them less holy issue you can you can signal that they're not doing enough but i i think in a sense there isn't much left to fight over the wind has like their suit such lake dominance there you're going to see more and more of these patterns of the left eating itself and cut of the the genting up of threats like you know you have you the visa really the whole area sunday the outside i'm sure internally a much less so incidents like the freak out cervera who who he remembers the mizuko poop swastika.

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"san francisco state university" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

The Myth Of The 20th Century

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"san francisco state university" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

"Who didn't know that the only reason they weren't gonna getting arrested is because the power mayor was protecting them from getting rest uniting the classic story of like the role of institutions irs to protect these people as they move though seem institutions to the left yeah um and uh joseph alito saw this in a sense as a way to fight against reagan and maintain control the situation in also push for labor issues disease concerned with flight the 80s fall off and he also didn't want to see the the left wing soon speed up in a elvis is in what back so what can we kind of take away from this whole uh this whole debacle um but how is the theme different like what would have what is trains what is change structurally in the system since then and now to where we i couldn't imagine seen this kind of thing clear out the same way i you know i i i think part of it is that know at least a lot of areas fleece take bombings and arson and violence little more seriously i mean it depends on where you are what who's who's the chief of police uh i think there's also just not alive incentive to push the disrupting i mean you know there were conservative professors on campus they were very conservative air more just like liberals from yesterday sort of conservatives but no people saw them and they this autumn as nazis of reactionaries newer using that.

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"san francisco state university" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

The Myth Of The 20th Century

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"san francisco state university" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

"Uh what alito wanted them to do what the f two was doing unknowing the except for some on the leaders was they were protecting the students by warming like this this invisible barrier between the police and the rest of the world it also preventing students were getting on capital is actually preventing which we reducing the amount of uh you know attendance so they would station themselves a key location interest is around campus and also near the students to protect students and then prevent people who went strikers getting on campus and uh this was preventing the students from getting their heads beaten in our regular basis really draining a because getting you hit by a threefoot club daily no it takes take something out of it so the fta vending this for a while but wound up happening is this whole charade kind of got uh out of hand win the students were gonna go somewhere where they were to be protected is some of the professors were gonna go and join them and uh the leadership the eighth t art bearman a few radcliffe of they knew that the police were going to come down it hit them because they they were given access to kwy scanners elect note was going on to coordinate lease from by alito and so you know after like a month on almost a month of like not getting beat up you know or getting beat up on a minor basis life this one day like the police managed to round up like six hundred something people and throw them in jail in suddenly if she has to bail out all these people the students have bailout all these equal in bailing out you know six are people gets really really expensive so the afc also was on on the rocks because the drained they're funds bailing out all the super pressures.

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"san francisco state university" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

The Myth Of The 20th Century

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"san francisco state university" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

"Yeah and i think actually high are the perfect example of this because he he said after after strikes over his life i think i've learned something i have something to teach america in hill defeating strikes i'm perez and so he uses this victory over san francisco state haulage become a republican senator in the california said it um and then he gets to the senate energy i maybe this is his enemies speaking about him but he had a reputation for sleeping during bike when uh the senate with aden didn't really do anything because higher disgrace and was kind of washed out that young unifying lose in fairness in the california state senate i would probably be me british of the majority of my tenure but you know yeah it was it was a complete strategic failure and it was barely a tactical victory i mean the the protesters got what they wanted they were handed everything and um the only real watt order that was forced was the police coming on campus and uh you know beating up students most of whom weren't necessarily part of you know yes yes or the bs you i mean flood these 'useful idiots i mean i'm sure there were as the grass it but uh you know they the the police were were have your face these crowds and resting suits but like in the end like you look while i think some people were in fact fired um most these people including including people were caught bombing the university were not only not like charged they were brought back in two classes like a year so you know not these people let allowed to go hogg while vacationing give you up at arrested and then there's no charges and they're let back into the universe yet prove italy's setting off fox news.

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"san francisco state university" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

The Myth Of The 20th Century

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"san francisco state university" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

"You know blacks are being killed more in the vietnam war therefore vietnam horseraces you know that sooner this interesting be extent to which the rhetoric has kind of you know it it's so the consistent that i'm wondering if we could actually has been heard so similar to what is currently being uttered that i wonder how a consistent it's been over time if it has been just this in a steady drumbeat that sort of entered the general population as more and more of our present elite goes through these institutions a or if there is some sort of a a cyclical nature to a nabis lead at this covers a a huge swath of time and probably deserves ona discussion but amora more curious than anything right and seen and it is a little bit of singlehull nations in that of these black students are basically or the leaders were were advocating for racial separatism uh and that that would echo throughout all high in between ninety eight and now but if my echo off the recent calls for a second segregated spaces on campus from the black students of likes a black dorms or even um there is a recent film uh that came out uh the the the dear white people film or something like that um hilas that israel very charming piece of work there right but even there they were advocating for cept no separate of black dorms and they wanted to ever written in either maintain them or team in that way um so i think there's definitely been a resurgence recently and sort of.

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"san francisco state university" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

The Myth Of The 20th Century

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"san francisco state university" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

"His fascinating how this can avoid please out in a a very uh a very multiethnic society with a lot of different wig specific ethnic power blocs like specifically in california there's always sort of tension around the uh the uc systems and the cal state uh systems around wake the the tension between the would tino block which is like a heavily a component of the california state legislature in wants to see a tons of of latinos admitted um in order to maintain funding so surveyed in a would tino's having a on average lower a qualifications for these schools wants a the standards to be a sufficiently low and then you had the asian caucus up which is not as large hub is very influential um who wants a essentially to be able to rig the system and not have these uh these like fuzzy qualifications on so that they can serve piledrive uh their way into the system um to the point where i think it berkeley they're like if not the majority a plurality certainly of via the student body um so yet it's fascinating to see like how can of these institutions are a struggled over as like spoils of war rather than like the institution trying to kind of grab resources lake institution is a source of the resources that gets kind of passed out in this pollock arrangement yeah and i think that that's harto how the conflict you know was was maintained was that every party who were involved the teachers' union these students for democratic society and the uh the spicer union is there was also a a third world liberation front which was at amalgamation of uh it latinos and asians um they were all looking for something from university they wanted to grab some is from the uh the uh students for democratic society they wanted you know they were it was all about the vietnam war they wanted to take the uh what is it us.

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"san francisco state university" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

The Myth Of The 20th Century

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"san francisco state university" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

"Uh this professor erich solomon his calling now the professor art bearman a coal appro war cold warrior who was a use attacking people who spelled like communism um wins reality while our bearman wasn't exactly comfortable with communism um he wasn't against communism in any infect his own testimony bins communism the ominous from attack so uh there's a bit of a attention between the people who are the new left who all want to get involved in i did what would become a identity politics who want to broaden the scope of leftism and the people who were more comfortable with classical labor union cotton's so deuce again did i conditions back and forth as you who's the real kindness of the real socialist but reality they are all counting on the same side they're all kind of jockeying to be the most holy socialist bloc souza's lake effectively reification of internal power struggle between leg different factions inside the university yes no i mean the the factories all these people despite sat in each other are working on his side um the the actual conflict truly music reverse the they're all working together even if they acts like they're they're not like uh art bearman didn't invite didn't a fight with the new left he invited the new left into his on fca american federation peter teacher chapter at the san francisco state university and he did it knowing their goals and knowing what they wanted to you in the type of people they were any youth any widely used them to crush his own um a teacher's union.

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"san francisco state university" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

The Myth Of The 20th Century

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"san francisco state university" Discussed on The Myth Of The 20th Century

"Learns claris who has a series of extremely well written articles on social matter about uh some disturbances that happened at a san francisco state university i've given all the current happenings around a universities and the very uptodate version of this disturbances seemed an appropriate time to have him on and plug a his articles and a try to figure out basically what the hell is wrong with these people uh so learns uh could you describe a little bit like what what sort of the the time period is where we are like what's happening so were at have just go state college in the '60s especially the late sixties and it's a fairly peaceful place of but we have some people who are coming to the college who are looking to change the way things are run of and what this leads up to is a fivemonth wong strike from november ninety six the nays to about march nine and this was the this is touted as the longest a school strike in history in american history and it ends up with the creation of this the first uh serve ethnic state department but this is adjusted other studies department is actually the first ethics said he's college so this be the end result is a.

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