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04:10 min | 2 years ago

"shelly north" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And that's when a lot of the infections air coming from because they're stuck in cramp dormitories, and there's very little way to do social distancing there. Peter, I want to ask you about your base in Kenya. The government there initially had a very strict lock down, which seems to have worked as it did in other countries. Is the Kenyan government able to stick to that, or do they have economic concerns, too? They do have lots of economic concerns. And look, I mean, it feels like a really weird time here because not long ago, you know, we would get a couple of dozen cases the day and health officials they would trace every single contact and put them into quarantine centers. But now we're seeing more than 400 cases a day. But at the same time the government is opening up the country. Domestic flights are In the arrogant churches Air open. We're also getting reports that even with just 11,000 cases here, hospitals are already struggling. The quarantine centers are full, so people are being asked to isolate at home, so it just feels it feels like there's two contradictory things happening, right. It feels like the pandemic is getting serious, But on the other hand, the government is opening up. Phil. Weak health systems systems are concern. Esso in Brazil is the fact that there are many poor people, so you have the same kind of dynamic that we're seeing elsewhere. Yes, indeed. And the number of poor people's going to saw their already more than 40 million Brazilians living in poverty. They're predominately black and mixed race. They're disproportionately hit by this fires. Before all this started, Brazil had deep rooted social and racial inequalities on this pandemic is going to make that a lot worse. NPR's Phillip Greaves, Jane Arraf and Ater Peralta. Thank you all. Thank you. No, thank you. Thanks. This's NPR news. You're listening to morning edition here on WNBC. I'm David first. A week's long A protest against George Floyd's death and police brutality in general has sparked numerous changes to how the NYPD operates. W. N. Y C is Morella. I've direct reports on how they have also diminished the role police play in patrolling homelessness in New York City. Last summer that a blowsy administration established an unusually close partnership between the NYPD and the Department of Homeless Services. For years, the police had been giving out summonses to homeless New Yorkers for fare evasion or taking up more than one seat on the subway. Now they could get rid of the summonses. If they engaged with outreach workers. You've literally never had Unified approach where almost services police everyone was working together. In January, the mayor talked to New York one about this approach. Make sure if they got a report of someone homeless on the street in need. That an outreach worker got there immediately. Police got there or both. In addition, the city created a joint Crisis Coordination center. Using a vast system of surveillance cameras. They could send police officers and outreach workers when they spotted homeless. New Yorkers in subway stations immediately. This approach start controversy. Advocates said the administration was coercing people to accept services. Shelly North is deputy executive director at the coalition for the Homeless, Everyone who's done Work successfully to reach out to very marginalized homeless people who and sleeping on the streets for a long time knows that it's all about relationship development and trust development. That means the same outreach worker talking through the same homeless person many times over months. It's unclear how much more contact the NYPD had with homeless New Yorkers or how effective the subway diversion program Wass. The city never divulged that data. Then this spring protests against the.

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"shelly north" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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02:50 min | 2 years ago

"shelly north" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The state's history museum. That's the proper context for it, says Pamela, Junior director of the Mississippi Civil Rights and History Museums. After 126 years, we're retiring this flag and putting it in a place in the museum where people can be educated and alone and be able to interpret. Look on. Interpret that flag. Commission will design a new Mississippi state flag that will be put to popular vote in November. Debbie Elliot NPR news This is NPR. This is W. N. Y. C in New York on Lance Lucky New Jersey Authorities are investigating the deaths of two people whose bodies were found in the Hudson River in Jersey City, Hudson County prosecutors that a woman's body was reported shortly after 7 30 yesterday evening. Or the end of Morris Canal Park, a 22 year old woman from Manhattan was pronounced dead at the scene. Minutes later, just before one PM yesterday, police were called about a second body near where the first victim was found. 23 year old mare Sally of Edison was later pronounced dead. The regional medical examiner will determine the cause and manner of their deaths. It's been two months since the subway system closed down overnight and only a fraction of homeless New Yorkers who slept there have moved to shelters. WNYC Morella. Iraq reports since early May, when the subway started shutting down between one and 5 a.m. Around 2500 homeless, New Yorkers accepted referrals to shelters. That's according to data provided by the city, but only about 400 currently remained there. Shelly North is deputy executive director at the coalition for the Homeless. I think it says people are voting with their feet and they're saying this, wherever they were placed didn't work for them, she says. A significant number of them are likely back on the street. The city says it takes many attempts to get people to agree to stay in shelters. Tattoo parlors and other personal care businesses, like nail salons will be allowed to welcome customers in New York City starting tomorrow as it enters faced three of re opening the rest of the states. Regions have already moved to Phase three. New York City will still be more limited, though, as officials decided last week to hold off on allowing indoor dining indefinitely out of concerns that would cause a spike in Corona virus cases. Governor, Cuomo said there were 533 new confirmed cases of the virus reported yesterday with eight deaths. It is 90 degrees at 306 Support for NPR comes from Duck Duck Go a privacy company committed to making privacy online simple used by millions. They offer private search and tracker blocking, with one download. Duck duck. Go privacy, simplified. It's the Ted Radio Hour from NPR. I'm a noose. And recently I was reading a book. Actually, a graphic novel, a spaceship appears seemingly out of nowhere carrying the night sky with it. Out of the spaceship topples a gaggle of aliens, all looking exactly the same. It was about a little alien.

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"shelly north" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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03:30 min | 2 years ago

"shelly north" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Officials joined the ends friends and family. Lupe again said her older sister enlisted to serve our country, but her country failed to protect her because she faced sexual harassment and did not believe the army would do anything about it. The end's family is calling for the creation of a new federal agency to investigate cases for US soldiers who are victims of sexual harassment and assault. I'm Laura Agency in Houston. This is NPR news. This is w but my C in New York I'm Sean Carlson. Ah, Fourth of July protest against racial injustice in New Jersey ended following the arrest of seven demonstrators at the Atlantic City Express way yesterday. Oppressive Atlantic City reports The protesters assembled at about one o'clock yesterday afternoon in front of Atlantic City's public safety building and marched to the end of the expressway. Police said The crowd entered the eastbound lanes of the expressway but dispersed after seven men were arrested. Police said. They were charged with obstructing the highway and refusal to obey a reasonable official request. Three. You are also charged with resisting arrest. All were released on a summons with a future court date. It's been two months since the subway system closed down overnight and only a fraction of homeless New Yorkers who slept there have switched to shelters. W Nice is more alive Rack reports since early May, when the subway started shutting down between one and five AM around 2500 homeless, New Yorkers accepted referrals to shelters. That's according to data provided by the city, but only about 400 currently remained there. Shelly North is deputy executive director at the coalition for the Homeless. I think it says people are voting with their feet and they're saying this, wherever they were placed didn't work for them, she says. A significant number of them are likely back on the street. The city says it takes many attempts to get people to agree to stay in shelters. The Yankees first team workouts in spring training was abruptly halted in March had some scary moments yesterday. W My CI's lance Lucky has more before the fourth of July, work out even began, Some players were startled midstretch when someone set off a firework just outside the ball park. More bangs would later echo throughout the stadium. But the scariest was the hard line drive Giancarlo Stanton hit right back at pitcher Masahiro Tanaka. It struck the Japanese right hander squarely on the head and he crumpled to the mound. The 31 year old stayed down for a few minutes before sitting up and slowly walking off the field with the help of trainers. Manager Aaron Boone said Tanaka CT scan at the hospital was negative, and he was released A few hours later. Boon also announced that all star infielder D. J. Lo Mayhew and right hander Luis Esa tested positive for the Corona virus before traveling to New York and herself isolating at home. This is WNBC. Support for NPR comes from ex chair maker of the ex to home office chair with dynamic variable lumbar support and 10 or economic adjustments, donating to Gladstone Research Institute to Fight Cove in 19 at X chair dot com. This's weekend edition from NPR News. I'm Scott Tetreault, the Fourth of July was tense in Richmond, Virginia, the onetime capital of the Confederacy is in the throes of change, A statues Commemorating Confederate leaders come down and protests and counter protest swirl. NPR's handout. Lam has been covering it all in Richmond, and she joins us now..

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"shelly north" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

"shelly north" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Alison Stewart. Join me. For all of it. We gaze at noon on the view. WNYC supporters include Mohonk Mountain House presenting Labor Day weekend, September 7 through 10 featuring Tomahawk throwing campfires with S'mores lakes, women golf and more. Mohonk dot com. W N Y C thanks our sponsors in the business community for supporting us at this historic time as we continue our work, delivering breaking news, critical information in context to our community and the nation. Your support matters more than ever. Thank you. It's 73 degrees and mostly cloudy in New York City. I'm Carrie Nolan. Here's what's happening. China is demanding staff and business information from four U. S. Media companies of Foreign Ministry spokesperson announced that The Associated Press United Press International, CBS and NPR have seven days to file declarations regarding their staff. Financial operations, realestate ownership and other matters. Last month, the Trump administration added four Chinese media outlets to a list of organizations that should be considered foreign missions. Because of their ties to the government and the ruling Communist Party. Britain's foreign secretary has announced that residents rights for Hong Kongers eligible for British National Overseas passports will be extended to five years. Dominic Rob told the House of Commons that the new rules will allow more than three million Hong Kong residents the right to live and work in Britain without the current six month limit. Governor, Cuomo was signed a bill that will temporarily prohibited evictions of New Yorkers who haven't been able to pay rent due to covert 19. Shelly North's is the deputy executive director at the coalition for the Homeless. She says. It's an important step that will help prevent more.

"shelly north" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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05:17 min | 2 years ago

"shelly north" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In Corvo, Coleman Corona virus Infections air rising in a majority of states. The U. S is recording around 40,000 new infections every day. NPR's will stone reports. That number is expected to double if states cannot contain the pandemic. Across the south and west. Cases continue to surge. Arizona, California, Texas and Florida now account for about half of all new infections in the U. S. In California. The average number of daily cases has shot up more than 75% in the past two weeks. And those under 35 account for about half of recent cases in that state, according Tto one analysis. PM McDonald is an infectious disease epidemiologist with the think tank Artie International. Those ages are socially mixing more now than they were before, and they're also not taking personal precaution. Younger adults also make up a growing share of new infections in many other states, including Florida and Arizona. Will stone NPR NEWS Washington Results are coming back from Tuesday's primary elections. NPR's Giles Snyder has more on some key nominating contest. Colorado's former Democratic governor, John Hickenlooper, is moving on to face Republican Senator Cory Gardner this November. While Hickenlooper was the front runner. There was an upset in Colorado. Gun rights activist who has spoken favorably about the queue and on conspiracy theory beat Republican Congressman Scott Tipton and GOP voters in Utah chose former NFL player Burgess Owens to challenge Democratic congressman Been McAdams. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has urged the U. N Security Council to indefinitely extended its arms embargo on Iran. It will expire in October. Linda facility reports. A U. N report concluded that cruise missiles used to attack oil sites in Saudi Arabia were made in Iran. Secretary of State Micron Peo, pointing to the U. N report stressed that Iran was already violating the U. N arms embargo before its expiration date and warned that Tehran will be free to become a rogue weapons dealer once the embargo is lifted. While the U. S. Introduced a draft resolution to the Security Council last week that would indefinitely banned the import and export of conventional weapons by Iran, China and Russia have signal they would veto the proposed measure. Meanwhile, U. S allies Britain, France and Germany did not embrace the extension and instead said that maintaining the Iran nuclear agreement was their priority for NPR news inland of Solo in New York. The New North American Free Trade Agreement takes effect today. The U. S Mexico Canada Agreement was approved by Congress at the end of last year and signed by President Trump in January. It requires new labour and PE standards, some that were demanded by congressional Democrats. It has new rules for automobile production and for digital commerce. Some of these new commerce rules did not exist when the first NAFTA packed took effect in 1994. This is NPR news. This is morning edition on W. N. Y. C at 604 Good morning. I'm Carrie Nolan, Mayor de Blasio and the City Council have reached a deal on the budget for the fiscal year that starts today. A proposal would make some cuts to the NYPD, including shifting school safety agents to the Education Department, slashing funding for overtime and canceling July's class of police cadets. And while some advocates say the cuts don't go far enough, councilmember Vanessa Gibson says, slashing the NYPD. These budget won't necessarily lead to meaningful change, She says constituents in her largely black and left Latina next Bronx district want the police in their neighborhoods. They want to see the CEO and the community affairs officers. They don't want to see excessive force. They don't want to see cops putting their knees in our next but they want to be safe. The City Council passed the budget with a 32 to 17 vote just minutes before the midnight deadline. Governor, Cuomo has signed a bill that will temporarily prohibited fictions of New Yorkers who haven't been able to pay rent due to covert 19. Shelly North's is Thie, deputy executive director of the Coalition for the Homeless. She says. It's an important step that will help prevent more people from becoming homeless. It's a critically important bill that would ensure that as we go through this reopening process, any judgments against tenants don't actually caused them to lose the housing. Bill protects tenants from being evicted during the current state of emergency, but still allows landlords to recoup the rent that they're owed. New York, New Jersey and Connecticut or adding eight states with high rates of covert 19 infections to their travel advisory list. Last week, the tri state governor said people visiting from eight states including Florida, Arizona and Texas. Would have to quarantine for 14 days upon arriving in the region. Speaking on New York one yesterday, Governor Andrew Cuomo says recent data has caused that number two double. Good news is our house is doing very well. Big noses. The neighbor's home is on fire. A quarantine advisory now includes visitors from California, Georgia, Iowa, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi,.

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"shelly north" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

10:53 min | 2 years ago

"shelly north" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Here Shelly not to be confused with Percy Bish I have a couple of your show huge thank you for talking about a New York you'll producer mark are the best you've excellente Shelly North Dakota is usually fairly hearty state but this last year's been rough and not just because of the virus our main agricultural and our main economic engines rather our agriculture and oil last year's weather was really bad for our farmers and then this will fiasco hit and with it the virus may extend we are struggling we've not been affected you harshly by the virus we've been practicing distancing and business closures themselves self isolation and all online schooling anyway I can handle most of it all right but not being able to go to church is hard thankfully our parishes filming the mass than posting it on YouTube it will be that way for Holy Week so sad and surreal but thank god for the internet we will all get through this with our shields high indeed Shelley we will win there she'll sign thank you so much for writing in sorry to hear the North Dakota is going through a rough time what a beautiful state and I know that it's a tough time in particular for anybody who's in the oil and gas field or in the Technomic sector of oil and gas and it's getting a lot worse you're gonna see a lot of bankruptcies I think from oil and gas companies in the FTSE on some including some big ones in the months ahead the price of oil is just it's just so low and this is why you know trump met with pack and he's so funny to me to the OPEC is like I don't like cartels unlike these guys but I'm trying to tell the do the right thing here but it's going to be tough in the oil and gas industry for a while it was a lot of jobs a lot of places and we just hope that it it bounces back and we know that will eventually just sooner than later would be great and other people in the short term people suffer in the long term they may prosper but in places like I or in situations like this the short term is going to be what stuff Jim Hey mark and mark I'm a medical laboratory if this team but his god like we had experts for everything I mean the good news is I feel like a marker I ever got kidnapped we just put out the the team block that signal and we have like a team of you know super super ninja is a bunch of you know a bunch of delta guys who come together with a bunch of world class experts in communications and tracking and you know they come get us producer mark it would be like the end of spy game when they get Robert Redford out of a Chinese prison okay Brad Pitt rather any like an episode twenty four Jack Bauer or somebody like him to just come in and save us yeah they just and there's a bunch of Jack Bowers listen to the show we and we know that so we'd be fine I got that we got that going for us which is nice anyway kidnaps producer Marbach someone team but he's going to get us out I'm a medical laboratory scientists is gym in west Michigan just weren't relay some amazing news I got to work the other day Abbott the medical company has just donated twenty other quick testing instruments to spectrum health in grand rapids rapids it allows us to get a positive in five minutes and a negative in thirteen minutes my hospital alone is getting two of them and they will they will be up and running by tomorrow game changer we've been swapping people but if they weren't serious they would be sent home and was also call the twenty four hours later a lot of positives to come in contact with who knows how many more granted they will happen we will have a relation without going forward which will make him a lot of money but still they donated them for immediate use and should get a shout out for doing so hope you guys are staying safe my thirteen year old daughter and ten year old son live on Long Island so I'm very concerned about what's going on there past the bucket you more liberals I work with and they are slowly seeing the light shields I feel a patriots will Jim thank you great great no crater message today on roll call in she added yeah I I I hear you on all that I I'm glad to see that Abbott the medical company is donating and trying to step up and and do some good things here and I mean that's a long out allows been hit pretty pretty hard but the Long Island is especially in Nassau County you got to think of it as a suburb of New York City now Nassau the suburban New York right person market's pretty fair to say yeah it's fair to say suffix a bit more spread out and there's more land but Nassau's basically city yeah I mean I saw the commuting population for mass on and and and and and why C. proper is huge so it's really just an extension of New York City but you know I'm sure you're you're you're young ones out on Long Island you know they're statistically they're statistically very very safe from even getting the disease and if they did get other citizen the very very very unlikely to have any real problem with the disease so try not to John I know you know that Jim but that's sometimes good here things you already know trying not to worry too much about it and she'll sign thank you so much for passing show on some level well we do have a YouTube channel it's up there we're gonna it is up and we're gonna be sharing it more more with folks and box section dot com the site is is up and running and we are posting and putting up stories we have a store and now it's going viral on how buy American is going to become a big rallying cry as a result of this crisis so please get a box section dot com if you have not already check in you know day to day we're gonna stories up there and just have more more functionality different things that were working on comms that we're gonna have gone there for my made up by Twitter will be popping up there's even if you're not on Twitter you'll see tweets that I'm sharing we're gonna do a lot of a lot of stuff I've been promising us for a long time we had to do some reviews on the site and everything else but box X. in dot com go to a check it out we're posting stories posting transcripts of the show updating adding a lot of news there that's what we're doing so and on the YouTube channel just look on my social on Facebook or on on Twitter and we'll put links up there for the box section YouTube channel and please do subscribe we really need subscriptions Jane hi mark glad you and to Lou are staying safe and well my husband and I are seniors what has me frosted is a toll this repair for two weeks of selfies isolating we did and for a little longer I have a friend who's been bringing things by that I for god now they want five weeks more or longer we have no family nearby I can ask you to do my grocery shopping for months she has a family of her own to take care of what in god's name are we supposed to do what if the war on virus doesn't get us but starvation might on Jan I understand your your concern here and and we all share your your worries about what this is doing to the country and certainly doing to people like you and your husband were seniors who we want to make sure that we protect and and cherishing do everything we can to support you know I I think I think that we're we're gonna have a tough April we're going to find ways to get through this I don't think that it don't worry about starvation of the supply chain disruptions for food so far are are really the I haven't seen any supply chain food disruptions but a lot of supply chain disruptions for other goods and products but we'll be able to feed ourselves for a long time and well certainly the next few months so I wouldn't worry about that as for groceries I would try to investigate if there's any delivery options in your area I know that's very tough it's very hard and you're here in New York right now but people want to step up Jane remember that people want to help you on your husband you know if I knew of somebody if I knew of the Cup a couple that were senior citizens of my billing I'm doing a lot of the chores for my parents who are well one is a senior citizen and and one is is not but they're you know they're they're both staying under quarantine but I'm doing my my chores sour I'm doing chores rather to help them out because they gave me life so you know I I think I I told them yeah but I'm doing the best I can to make sure there's couples accounts also I took to Lou and so that I because I I'm comfortable walking her and and going out with her and I'm not worried overly worried about my personal health of our contract code nineteen and I I'm isolated I don't I don't see people so yes Jane trying to worry the reach out ask people for help they want to help you they want how you're not being a burden remember we're all in this together right so if you were sheltering at home as a as a senior citizen you're doing your part because you're not then taking higher risks that could make you a burden on the healthcare system right now and it's already facing a lot of of of this this Sir Roger covered nineteen patients so you're doing your part and that means other people to do their part by helping you out helping you stay said and and and safe during your shelter at home process so ask for help don't be shy about it we all need to ask for help right now Kyle bug I think you're right about the economy being in big trouble after the shutdown is complete to sail snap back because of how strong was before corona is like saying you'd snap back after being hit by a truck spending a month in a coma because you were amazing shape before the accident no you'll spend months in rehab and carry those energy for years afterwards hi all I don't know what they were well I don't know what the future holds on this man I mean I'm worried just like you I'm worried about what it does to the economy and and I feel like a lot of people pretend to know and they really have no idea but I also will tell you that how may maybe maybe the trump team has thought has thought this through pretty well and that's the hopeful part of me and if you're asking me to put money on it right now I'd say we're we're headed for a rough time the economically and over for awhile is going to be like a year before we feel like things are I want right now I can others no acting and there's no activity in in whole industries so I'm hoping that that will change but I hear you and and I think that the yeah the willingness to just half I guess on a word were taken on faith I don't know what we're really supposed to say about this we're in a tough spot and no one has perfect answers about this but yeah there's going to be a lack of commercial activity that you know they're not gonna be able to make up for right away people are gonna go to dinner a hundred times in a month because I'm going to dinner in three months going out to dinner I mean it's not gonna happen so where does all that go and those who are property owners and those who hold the mortgage on different properties that need money to pay that and you know those deaths are all still outstanding just because those debts are deferred assuming they will be collected I don't have a number to answer the phone the column watching it animalistic gonna keep speaking the truth as best I can on all this Jennifer in all caps love your show we love you Jennifer thank you we don't have a lot of cases or deaths from the virus let me tell you what's happening from the economic standpoint we do I. T. for dental offices the ADA has closed until the thirtieth except for emergencies this is ninety nine percent of our business they aren't seeing patients the normal level one officer to patients today some needed serious work done we aren't getting paid for services.

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