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"Bay Area. Learn more at S f l g dot com On K Q. E D the time right now is 7 30 Live from Kait. Greedy news. I'm Danielle Benton, The head of California's Public Health department has resigned last night, Dr Sonya Angel announced she was stepping down. Angel is departing from her role as director and state public health officer. She did not give a specific reason for leaving, state officials say. Sandra Suri, who works at the California Health Care Foundation, will become acting health director. Dr Erica Pan, who was recently appointed state epidemiologist after being Alameda counties. Top health official will be the acting state public health officer. A new study from the city of San Jose finds that while immigrants largely make up the essential work force, they are being disproportionately hit by the economic effects of the pandemic Shannon Lin reports, according to the study, published Friday. Immigrants, including those who are undocumented, make up a large percent of the agricultural food service and health care sectors and CNN say, however, many are also employed at businesses like hotels and salons that have suffered amid shelter in place orders. So Mama See, l is the director of the city's Office of Immigrant Affairs. She says she's particularly worried about undocumented immigrants who don't get federal aid. It's a community not only of going to Matt with ease public benefit like these checks, but they are so are least likely to have adequate insurance most likely to be renters. Maciel says the city has been providing income relief checks to undocumented immigrants through private donations. I'm Shannon Lin News. A knife. State prison staff member has died from Cove in 19 complications this time, and for the first time a correctional officer at San Quentin, 55 year old Gilbert Bobby Polanco, worked on death row and had been fighting covered 19 for over a month. He died early yesterday morning. Acting San Quentin Warden Rob Ron broom, Feld said Polanco's memory will be carried by the staff who continue to fight the Koven 19 infection at San Quentin. Over 250 staff members at San Quentin tested positive for the virus off those about 90 have returned to work. The East Base. First bus line with dedicated lanes has opened weeds for Cal Maria Dylan has more A C transit has given its new bus rapid transit line, a special name. Tempo, but it actually just replaces the busy line One, which runs from the San Leandro Bart Station through east Oakland to 20th and Broadway and Uptown Tempo has brand new buses that can interact with traffic lights to speed their way and 46 stations, mostly in the middle of international Boulevard. Transit planners say the dedicated lane will mean less bunching of buses, with writers waiting no more than 10 minutes during peak commuting ours. The project took 20 years cost $232 million faced stiff opposition from business owners on international. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan News. More at TBD dot orch IM Danielle Benton Support today comes from fieldwork brewing, featuring same day delivery of craft beer, seven Bay Area locations, online orders it fieldwork brewing dot com. On morning edition Coming up Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai was arrested under the new National security Law Lie is the most significant figure to be targeted since the long was imposed by China more than a month ago. Stay tuned. The idea that having Children is the mark of a normal successful life has lingered in American society. Despite pushback and many people today, especially women still face scrutiny over the decision not to have kids.
"san quentin warden" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job
"You've said some things that have made sense to me, I'll jot down because I want to circle back to that at encourage your listeners weakened and week out on your podcast to write the things down that Ping you and then circle back to them. Some people in their faith traditions have what's called a quiet time and That's terrific, but I haven't had one in twenty five years minor super loud. Though. Before the chickens and I'll see everything. I've written down the day before and tried to sort out what's true and what that means to me. And that's actually been super helpful, so instead of just walking around with a general feeling of euphoria or general feeling of loneliness to go down the Cape a little bit and say it. It's coming from. What's the return address on that thing he? Did you know this that? The eraser was invented two hundred years after the pencil was invented. Is that cozy now? Never heard that well. Now it's here, so let's use it. Right exactly. The things that you get this. Do over I'm a big. My worldview includes that we are a new creations and that old bob been hanging out with him for really long time, but new Bob I met him five or six hours ago and so. Jump into this adventure and say what's what's he good at? And he might suck at the same things as he did the day before. It might be good at the things, but I want to say what is new Bob Longing for and your listeners Raskin. What am I longing for? That's really good. Stuff happens then take note that idea of leading a noteworthy life, not not so other people think you're swap, so engaged in what's going on that you will want to take notes on it. So good when I was flying home from onsite I was reading scary close and Of course you're all over the book. But one of the things that he says in the book is I learned that love if it's really love. It can't be earned. It can only be given because that's what love is. Love is something that's just given to you. And I think fundamentally one of the issues that I see. Is that people weren't given. Love the kind of love that they were given. They had to earn it. They had to be perfect. They solve the problems they had to be. Someone else wanted them to be so they don't. Know that it's possible anymore and so they've they've been hurt. They've been hurt. They've been rejected. They've been through lost. Whatever it is and so we we forget that we don't have to earn it that we could show up. How do you in your life? Turn the lights on and show them that. There were the of it, and it's here and it's possible. Yeah one of the things that Junk Simmons. Just how we honor the people that are around us, 'cause it's easy to do something far away in another country, but to say what are the people that are like within stone's throw view your neighbors on your left side and right side there across the street. Your Coworkers said what we do is. We have a moment and we just I put my hand on their head in respect. Sweet blessing, it's our time to just check in like five long seconds of just check in and say. Are you doing okay, are you? How's your head? And your heart and sometimes that's a time for people to just lose it, because they're actually not okay in their hearts, not good in there, and so we use resources like onside and other things that things called go home and walk on the beach. Wonder not. To say we're just GONNA go do this in a different way than everybody else does things and I would just encourage people to be just super intentional about why you're doing what you're doing is if you're just channelling an old boyfriend or girlfriend or apparent that didn't approve of you or whatever I would just say. We actually get to go down the cave on that thing, and then do it to your point, if the way that you experience your childhood. Was that a your parents? They loved you, but they were amateurs at and what they did to try to get you to do the things they wanted you to do. And they believe were best for you is that they would give love to you? When you did what they wanted to do, and then they would withdraw when you did. And it was be like they're turning their chair towards you. Then they're turning away from you and that can screw with your head and. You're feeling a little conflict civic all. Wow, that's actually what happened to be hard ended parents. They're amateurs at this thing, but to say like wow, because when I was raised, Love was given and withdrawn to get me to, and not in a bad way, but to control my behaviors, then now were all tes. Are we giving in withdrawing love to control somebody's behaviors or do we say? Hey, listen I am so delighted that you're having this a new life and bring the world. We'll just figure it out. Let us go. Take care you and come back if you don't come back if you want, but we got your back. What you're saying, you know at onsite one of the clips they show you. Is that clip from Lima's? There's the scene where he steals from the sweet family that actually took him in and gave him a place to eat and all that, and then the cops bring him back and say you know. He stole all this stuff, and this holy man's as not only. Were you given that, but you forgot to take the best. You've forgot the best candlesticks. Says why did you do that? And he said with these silver candlesticks I bought back your soul. Yeah, because I showed you. What unconditional love and it's like right, young man who has been in my class and ended up in jail, because somebody killed his brother from a rival gang, and so he was part of that other person's demise, and so my God oh, my God tire, adult life in San Quentin. Warden. Who's been reading a does? Let me meet with him separately and I got to tell him his release date, and then I got to tell them. Instead of paroling evac to the city where these gangs are from were paroling you to San Diego and then I told him you're hired. He's on his way right now and I. Actually don't know how this is going to turn out. Out But we called me because he there were no cellphones when he went in, and so when he got out, not with a trail of bedsheets tied together, but he actually walk through the back door of San Quentin on his release date and I said how you feeling them like what's going through your head right now and you know what he said. I've got pockets. Like what? Things to say, but I realized in San Quentin. You can't pockets. You'll carry around stuff that you shouldn't be carrying around and I like Oh Donald Preach. So I would say one of the things I'm checking in on myself about all the time as.
"san quentin warden" Discussed on KQED Radio
"For telling us your story, and especially for coming back a second time. Yeah. Definitely thanks for that. And thanks to Alison west for talking to us about how she trains volunteers to deal with that tricky issue a falling in love in prison. Was produced by myself airline woods and Naito poor with help from outside producer, Pat, Masih Miller who also comes into work with our sound design team. This episode includes music from Antoine Williams. David Chelsea Phil Phillips, Jess bar and Greg sayers Curtis. Fox's are story editor airwaves, our digital producer. And Julie Shapiro is our executive producer for radio. Toby we wanna thank ward Ron Davis. And as you know, every episode has to be approved by this guy. This is Lieutenant Sam Robinson it sank Wednesday prison. And then you know, when I first heard about this episode in got a chance to listen to it. I wanted something completely different. I didn't realize it'd be is waiting is heavy is ultimately was and so as always do approve this episode. Big big love to earn woods Nigel poor and the entire ear hustle crew and a special thanks Aaron all the men who shared their stories here hustle appreciation. The public information officer tainted San Robinson, and San Quentin warden Ron data's this doesn't happen unless they let it happen. Let it happen. Thank you. That piece comes to us, by way of the amazing podcast ear hustle from PR says radio Tokyo was made possible Chan's Burke initiative. Snaps. I've waited I've held it in. I've got amazing news. No, our huge.
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"To it. I painted something completely different unrealized weightings heavy is ultimately was and so as always do approve this episode. Big big love to earn on woods Nigel poor and the entire year hustle crew and a special thanks Aaron all the men who shared their stories appear hustle appreciation. The public information officer tainted Sam Robinson, and San Quentin warden Ron Davis. This doesn't happen unless they let it happen. And they let it happen. The Muller investigation. Feels like it's at a pivotal point. How close are we to a final conclusion? This has the feeling of more of.
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"See Papu, we'll be the first ski resort to open. So if he can't wait people who will open this Friday, eight minutes after two o'clock coming up this week is the twenty eighteen Frank Morgenthau's jazz festival. Eric Gladstone joins us now from New Mexico. Hey, Eric good afternoon. How're you doing Richard? I'm good, man. How are you? Good. Good. Keep it warm inside a little bit cold. And yeah, it is supposed to be down to one tonight. That's cold. Yeah. Yeah. That's called the actual organization that puts on the festival every year. It is the details. Tell tell me the exact the correct name. Okay. It's towers, jazz bebop society. All right. And when does this year's Frank Morgenthau's jazz festival begin Mr. Gladstone begin on the fourteenth this coming Wednesday? All right, and where at guitar Watson. It's opening with the Doug Lawrence quartet. Oh, man, local guy. Yeah. And that's. It's a free event. He played with Basie Ellington. Well, he's the lead Jenner for the touring Basie band now. Okay. Been doing that for years and guy that knows who will knows Doug? Well, Erica, John trendy Kosta just left, and he said to say, okay. Yeah. Chinese a good one. All right. So it kicks off on Wednesday. You can find the entire schedule at a website. I assume yes, douse jazz dot org. All right. And so it opens Wednesday with Doug Lawrence at the town. Right. And then is that the one show on Wednesday? That's the one show on Wednesday Thursday. We have another free event. It's a film it details community auditorium. It's a work in progress about a jazz, piano player who recently was rolled has spent thirty five years in prison. He knew Franken prison. And. On Friday night at the Arthur bell auditorium. Hardwood museum is George cables. Trio? And of course, George was Franks main piano player in New York. He's coming with great. Man. John Webber is going to be on base and Victor Lewis on drums. And then we Saturday is all stitch fourth festival, and everyone is ended with Grace Kelly. Her court cat, grace was mentored by Frank last couple of years of his life. He met her when she was still teenager. And so she counts Frank is one of her biggest influences so on Saturday afternoon. There's a matinee at the Harwood nets tribute to Frank she's going to be playing mostly bebop music. Frank played and she played with Frank and then Saturday night at the house Nacer brewing company. She's going to be here with her. Tria within court cat playing or joy party recent concert program that she's been putting on around the country and the world. Grace Grace Kelly coretec and grace joined us I think last year, and we talk a little bit with her par to the festival last year, describe her music outside of kind of the bebop tradition that she learned from framework in she's a singer and songwriter as well. So she, you know, pleasure Saxon. Sings and is getting into some interesting new kinda know, you might say some more electronic stuff, of course, roots are in jazz. So it's all jazz orientated music with just modern sounds in there. But you know, she came from traditional jazz with Frank Morgan and bebop his tradition. I mean, you look at what miles did with electronic music for awhile. What Herbie Hancock did with training music chick Corea did with electron EQ music. So, you know, it's it's a apparently on a path for many musicians. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. Eric Gladstone is our guest. We're talking about this year's framework in Taus jazz festival kicked off on Wednesday. You can get tickets online. We'll give you the the website here, and Eric for people who don't know that much about Frank Morgan his life and his connection to Santa Fe TAOs, tell us kind of a brief bio in what the heck was imprisoned for well. Frank was mentored by Charlie Parker as a teenager. And a lot of people said he was going to be the next bird which was a burden. It was very hard for him to handle throughout his life. And I like many jazz musicians of that age. He got into using heroin was a heroin addict for many years and spent oh about thirty years. In and out of prison, mostly interested in California until the mid eighties. So having missed the main bebop period a lot of people don't know Franken is music, but once he was out mid eighties. He was touring the country and touring the world and in two thousand came to play two day, gigging Taus fell in love with house Taus embraced him. And he didn't leave and he stayed for the next five years until he got sick and had to return to his family in Minneapolis. He called houses home wherever you went whenever he was interviewed. He didn't say I grew up in LA. You said my home styles, New Mexico. That's great. Eric has been yesterday at the John Cocteau theater here in Santa Fe with a novelist by the name of child and George yard Martin just a conversation between two guys who sell a lot of books and Lee brought up yesterday. Kind of this group of artists group of authors who kind of came up together used to go to these authors conferences together in one that he mentioned with Michael Conley? Michael conley? Of course, the creator of haram is Bosch and Bosch detective at a competent detective great great stories every novel mentions Frank Morgan over and over and over again because he's obviously the novelist favorite jazz musician. Well, actually, Michael has some connection here to our festival. Because he produced a film sound of redemption the Frank Morgan story. I don't know if you've seen it it is a great jazz documentary, and that filmmaker and she I can is the one who's also. Filmmaker for the picture that is being shown up here on Thursday. I don't know if it's a true story. But the story I heard was. Mike. Conley was having a bit of a writer's block and attended a workshop with Frank in Boston. And it seemed like he looked at Frank is being used and got him writing again. And so that's why he was very close to Frank. Frank comes up a lot in in the Bosch novels. All right. So once again it kicks off Wednesday night at the towel sin. Correct. With. Doc Lawrence Lawrence. John Webber, John rang gal and Pete them. All so northern New Mexico kind of local jazz group at all incredibly accomplished musicians. John Webber actually is based in in New York. Okay. Plays in New York, mostly. But he's connection. Details is his mother and sister live in house now. So we consider him part Sanyo. All right. And then what again on Thursday Thursday's to film? It's called life. Crime a work in progress by NCI can about a piano player named regio Austin who was recently paroled after thirty five years in prison, and he met Frank Morgan in prison where where was Frank doing time? Well, frankly time in California prison most famous for the early sixties. He was at San Quentin, and he was part of the famous San Quentin warden spanned. That had some great players are pepper and all kinds of guys from there. And it's a band that. There's a book in France. Unfortunately, it's only French right now called world's greatest jazz band. It was never recorded. And it's all about that band award is banned in you got to see if you went onto wardens weekend tour, saying Clinton and people were going up to San Quentin not to tour the prison, but to get a chance to hear the band. The ban any talked about Charlie Parker. Head on Chuck had a few times Eric had enough. You know, who Chuck is? He has a radio show university of Missouri. Kansas City in his show to jazz show called. I don't know. Has something to do with the fish fry or something like that? Anyways, written a new biography newish biography about bird, and and talks a lot about his time in Camarillo and a lot about his time, you know, couldn't get heroin. So he turned alcohol, and it just has just painful to hear all these musicians. Great, you know, from miles to Coltrane to Bill Evans, all addicted some got clean some never made. Yeah. Well, the problem is is this country deals with the public health issue as a criminal issue. That's right. And it's never going to get solved that way. So the film is Thursday night about keyboard player who.
"san quentin warden" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Doses each within ten minutes countdown clock to make sure the process dozen drag on for hours as the critics said was possible under the original rules i have a hard time believing that but that's what we've been led to believe if the inmate is still alive after five massive doses which everybody in the medical profession says is an impossibility the san quentin warden shell stop the execution some of the medical assistance for the inmate according to the proposed rules some of medical assistance to do what after five massive doses see that's where i'm confuse so the regulations still call for letting the warden at saint quentin for example pick from on four powerful barbiturates emma barbara tall fina barbara tall second barbed seco barbital second all or few pencil depending on which one is available as manufactures try to limit the use of their drugs for educations inmates could also choose to die in the gas chamber faso desire that's the other option so this is where it all stands at the moment the these rules you know which have all been put together to appease the left based upon botched attempts which to my knowledge i think maybe has happened once but after the second dose was administered everything was fine and the individual winter sleep who and that was that even if even it's all based upon theoretical circumstances it just can't happen but that's how they hold these things up in court and that's how they get these stupid rulings in all my god it's ridiculous but by wednesday they have to submit all of this this stuff the way that it's going to be done and off we go to the racism by twenty eighteen we could resume again now i ask a very open question here even though with polling it always his californians want the executions to begin to resume i'm asking you do you believe him do you believe the polls that say california is still a pro execution pro death penalty state it's easy to say but judging by our politics otherwise do you believe it do you think our hearts are really in it still so when we say we could resume executions next year do you think our hearts are still there or which these things start or we're gonna get cold feet and go my god what have we done are we done think about that but let.