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"sixteenth street" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"sixteenth street" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"The FBI did acknowledge that it did not give secretly recorded tapes and other evidence to Alabama officials when it reopened its investigation. The Sixteenth Street Baptist Church is now a national historic landmark. I'm east coat, and hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did yesterday. We love it. If you left us a comment on twitter instagram or facebook, at t, D I H, C podcast. Thank you for joining me today. See You. Same.

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Al Roker | Weathering Life

Good Life Project

03:58 min | 1 year ago

Al Roker | Weathering Life

"It sounds like your jam when you're young younger also was drawing with or being cartoonist that was the the thing that was calling. Yeah I I I loved animated cartoons. I love comics. By Green job was to be an animator for Walt Disney. Ed I really wanted to a lot of the Golden Age Comic Book Artist went to New York School of graphic art design public. School. And I thought, okay. I'M GONNA go there for high school and my parents have no, you're not. You're not going to go to school to draw comics You can do that at home and I got a scholarship to Xavier high-school, which was a a Jesuit military school on Sixteenth Street and I thought my life was over 'cause back the you know I was. Okay whatever my parents said I did yet so. I thought that. That would be it but later on in life I, was able to work. Cartoon animation stuff into some computer work that I did you know for doing the weather but you know everything happens for a reason because of that going to Xavier High School, we had a closed circuit. Television, station where we did the news in the morning and that got me interested in TV otherwise not quite sure what I would have done. Yeah. I mean I I, know Unite share another parallel, which is both AV crew nerds. There you go. Yeah I mean and that was the thing. I mean it was it was sad. Really Looking back in it that we thought we were cool and we were the antithesis of cool here we are wheeling around projectors and slide units and tape recorders on a rolling cart you know. We thought we were in I. Mean we had our little gang's on you know a it was I was in perhaps every uncool activity in highschool again because it was a military I was on the Supply Corps where we supplied the uniforms and and rifles and things like that I I was on newspaper I was in a yearbook May. Everything that said. I mean thankfully, it was an all boys school other I mean because there was no way I was going to get dates anyway. So You know at least I had an excuse. Wow there. No girls here at school so Yeah. I mean. But it does sound like there was for shadowing there. Right because then you end up at us, we go really focused. Communications when you were there was more radio and TV. Radio. TV. there. was. The only communications was he'd call somebody and say, Hey, look go out for beer but. yeah it was. It was interesting in that you know along the way and I for a lot of us, there's somebody. Who? Makes a decision that changes your life. Could be for good or for bad. For me. It was a Lu. Dr Liu O'Donnell. Who was department chairman at that time but he was also Mr Trolley on the magic toy shop which was a local kid show on the CBS station and we all make fun of it because he had like a trolley head cow catcher on his beard we joke and you can go ahead laugh. But that freaking trolley put my kids through college. But Anyway, I guess the news director there said Hey we're we're starting up a laden a full complement of newscasts on the weekend out. So we need to have a weather person because I put up until they had one person do everything on the weekends what the Anchorman read the news read the sports so My my department chairman put me up for the job I I did a tape at school He took it down. And I got the job. If he had decided Oh have outlets have roker do the the audition. I don't know what I'd be doing today. Yeah

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Activists Added ‘Defund The Police’ To The New Black Lives Matter Mural In Washington, D.C.

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:34 min | 1 year ago

Activists Added ‘Defund The Police’ To The New Black Lives Matter Mural In Washington, D.C.

"Ongoing protest over the death of George Floyd while in police custody a massive black lives matter mural on sixteenth street in DC looks a little different today as someone is now added the phrase de fund the police the call is growing in strength across the country ahead of the DC council's consideration of emergency reforms to the city's police department policies the mayor says she has no plans to change our budget our team coverage begins with the WTO peacemaking caloric our here's our all of our wide open with regards to accountability DC police chief Peter Newsham says other than quote some technical issues the majority of councilmember Allen's emergency legislation proposing policing reforms are already in the DC police general order we have been on a path to reform of policing awash in DC since two thousand two this department is different to many places in the country because of that steady pace of reform over the last eighteen years mayor Muriel Bowser says she does not plan to amend the funding for the police department in her budget we have heavily invested in intervention programs opportunity programs as well Meghan clarity WTOP news but the move is on in the DC council to reduce the footprint of MPD council member David Grosso says he will offer amendments to that bill that will be taken up tomorrow by the council the amendments would ban the use of tear gas and other chemical agents on protesters banned the use of rubber bullets and limit police riot gear band DC police from training with any military or intelligence agency and reduce the DC force from its current thirty nine hundred level to thirty five hundred Russell says he was going to offer a ban on stop and frisk says he's holding off on that for now because of community requests the mayor's response today comes after the group black lives matter DC added the words define the police to the black lives matter mural paint along sixteenth street as you head for the White House and the group is pressing for more a statement from the group black lives matter DC says mayor Muriel Bowser only provide lip service to the black lives matter movement in takes a dig at her saying city residents shouldn't have to settle for a street sign instead of actual investments that will help improve lives the group takes aim at the mayor specifically for a proposal to increase funding for the city police department at the expense of other programs that aim to combat violence by treating it as a public health issue the three page statement from the group closes with a list of demands that include de funding M. B. D. and getting police out of DC schools

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Activists Added ‘Defund The Police’ To The New Black Lives Matter Mural In Washington, D.C.

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:34 min | 1 year ago

Activists Added ‘Defund The Police’ To The New Black Lives Matter Mural In Washington, D.C.

"Ongoing ongoing protest protest over the over the death death of George of George Floyd Floyd while while in police in police custody custody a massive a massive black black lives lives matter matter mural mural on sixteenth on sixteenth street street in DC in DC looks looks a little a little different different today today as someone as someone is now is now added added the phrase the phrase de de fund fund the police the police the the call call is is growing growing in strength in strength across across the country the country ahead ahead of the of the DC DC council's council's consideration consideration of emergency of emergency reforms reforms to the to city's the city's police police department department policies policies the mayor the mayor says says she she has has no no plans plans to change to change our budget our budget our team our coverage team coverage begins begins with the with WTO the WTO peacemaking peacemaking caloric caloric our here's our here's our all our all of of our wide our wide open open with regards with regards to accountability to accountability DC DC police police chief chief Peter Peter Newsham Newsham says says other other than quote than quote some technical some technical issues issues the majority the majority of councilmember of councilmember Allen's Allen's emergency emergency legislation legislation proposing proposing policing policing reforms reforms are already are already in the DC in the DC police police general general order order we have we have been on been a on path a path to reform to reform of policing of policing awash awash in DC in DC since since two thousand two thousand two two this department this department is different is different to many to many places places in the in country the country because because of of that that steady steady pace pace of reform of reform over over the last the last eighteen eighteen years years mayor Muriel mayor Muriel Bowser Bowser says says she does she not does not plan plan to amend to amend the funding the funding for the police for the police department department in her budget in her budget we have we heavily have heavily invested invested in in intervention intervention programs programs opportunity opportunity programs programs as as well well Meghan Meghan clarity clarity WTOP WTOP news news but the but move the move is on is on in the DC in the DC council council to reduce to reduce the footprint the footprint of MPD of MPD council council member member David David Grosso Grosso says says he will he offer will offer amendments amendments to that to that bill bill that will that be will taken be taken up tomorrow up tomorrow by the by council the council the amendments the amendments would ban would ban the use the of use tear of tear gas gas and other and chemical other chemical agents agents on protesters on protesters banned banned the use the use of rubber of rubber bullets bullets and limit and limit police police riot riot gear gear band band DC DC police police from training from training with any with military any military or intelligence or intelligence agency agency and reduce and reduce the DC the DC force force from its from current its current thirty thirty nine hundred nine hundred level level to thirty to thirty five five hundred hundred Russell Russell says says he was he was going going to offer to offer a ban a ban on stop on stop and frisk and frisk says says he's holding he's holding off off on on that that for now for now because because of community of community requests requests the mayor's the mayor's response response today today comes comes after after the group the group black black lives lives matter matter DC DC added added the words the words define define the police the police to the to the black black lives lives matter matter mural mural paint paint along along sixteenth sixteenth street street as you head as you for head the for White the White House House and the group and the group is pressing is pressing for more for more a statement a statement from the group from the black group black lives lives matter matter DC DC says says mayor mayor Muriel Muriel Bowser Bowser only only provide provide lip lip service service to the black to the black lives lives matter matter movement movement in takes in takes a dig a dig at her at her saying saying city city residents residents shouldn't shouldn't have to have settle to settle for a for street a street sign sign instead instead of actual of actual investments investments that will that help will help improve improve lives lives the group the group takes takes aim at aim the mayor at the mayor specifically specifically for a for proposal a proposal to increase to increase funding funding for the city for the police city police department department at the at expense the expense of other of programs other programs that aim that to aim combat to combat violence violence by treating by treating it it as a public as a public health health issue issue the three the three page page statement statement from the from group the group closes closes with a list with a list of demands of demands that include that include de de funding funding M. B. M. D. B. D. and and getting police getting police out of out DC of DC schools schools

Booker says 'moral moment' must be met with change

Meet The Press

08:59 min | 1 year ago

Booker says 'moral moment' must be met with change

"Donald Trump is the first president of my lifetime who does not try to unite the American people does not even pretend to try instead he tries to divide us general Mattis is letter was a stunning and powerful I respected Germanos that he has every right to express his opinion that's his opinion and these comments from former White House chief of staff John Kelly I think we should look at people that are running for office and put them to the children they are what is their character like what is there what are their ethics are they willing if they are elected to represent all their constituents not just the base and joining me now is democratic senator Cory Booker of New Jersey senator Booker welcome back to meet the press you call this moral moment for this country but these protests are also trying to spur more than just awareness they're trying to spur a policy change will be more confident in that we're meeting a moral moment or that will actually lead to changes in our policy will be the same in fact when I look at everything from the suffrage movement to the labor movement in this country it's always been the people in the streets often young people who have demanded and forced a change in consciousness that made policy changes possible working all week with Kamel Harris and allies in the house to get real policies proposed and will be releasing a bill tomorrow for things that should have been done in this country a long time ago banning certain police practices creating deeper accountability and so I'm just grateful to see this kind of nonviolent protest outpouring the streets because they are leading their putting the pressure they're creating a possibility that our policies can reflect the spirit of this country that we can be in the law a more beloved nation you know you're you have a unique set of experiences you've been a mare you're a federal office holder in the Senate where should most of this change be enacted on the local level or or on your on the federal level I'm it's got to be enacted on every level we are a society where we are culpable we have created a nation distinct from any other on the planet earth we incarcerate the plurality of human beings incarcerate one out of every three women on the planet earth they are incarcerated or here in America we've taken so much of our treasure between the time I was in law school two time I once mayor we were building a new prison or jail every ten days and explicitly and implicitly we all have made a decision that we're going to treat mental illness with prison jail and police addiction with prison jail improve police poverty with prison jail and police and overwhelmingly African Americans with prison jail and police we now in America have more African American men under criminal supervision then call the sleeves of men that were slaves in eighteen fifty this is astonishing this is unacceptable we need to be more Regis in our compassion for one another more more ambitious in our imagination that we can create a society that's not so over policed or where police we don't tolerate certain tactics that have had a generation in fear you said at the beginning of this that eighty plus percent of Americans think this country's out of control well for black people in this country we thought this country's out of control in the way police is our communities and individuals for a very long time in this awakening is so important to create real substantive change not just lip service from politicians tell us something tell me how you're thinking is change being a mare at one point you thought you didn't want the federal government that you thought some of the oversight over the New York police department at the time and in different ways you even braced it since what did you learn over time about this issue well it shows the insidiousness of institutional racism well we are a majority black city in New York we had a majority black city council black mare black police chief and we knew we inherited a a police department with decades of challenges and so we went to work when I got into office to reform our police department but we didn't have the data we didn't have the transparency and it took the federal government and their accountability in their systems and data analysis to show that we were not moving as fast as we should and so we took on a very ambitious plans that extend from everything from changing our missile court system with drug courts and veterans courts and youth courts to pulling in experts from John Jay college just say you don't have to arrest people to create safer neighborhoods that there are other ways to go and I partnered with the ACLU before I left to set a national standard a collection of data collection practices so I learned the hard way that this is not a system that is always explicitly done by over racism this is a system that's real bait that we all have to take responsibility for and get practice it is bad to like a you're gonna see in the bill we're gonna release but just give greater transparency and greater accountability for those working with police I want to ask you about de funding the police last night in Washington DC on sixteenth street right next to the black lives matter letters the phrase deep on the police was painted down there and that is there's a lot of passion around that issue and when you hear that and the phrase may mean different things to different people but when you hear that what's your reaction I understand clearly the sentiment and the substance behind the slogan and so well thought slogan I will use are your people just dismiss it and don't get deeper into the substance as I said earlier it is not a mark of a beloved community to prey upon the most vulnerable and your society we are using police and fire a guy ran police departments I would have exhausted police officer saying why are we using police to deal with the fragility or vulnerability of our society there's so much money going into our police departments there is a more expensive way to deal with it I remember being surprised in Seattle with a housing group called Plymouth housing where they showed me a data analysis where they look at what was more expensive for society gifts providing supportive housing for Americans with mental illness that were homeless or leaving them on the streets and they found out they were of the same Seattle millions of dollars bite giving people supportive housing because homeless people left on the streets with mental illnesses end up in hospital emergency rooms and jails and and so this is the outrageous but I think people on the streets are feeling and that I share is that we are over policed as a society that we are investing in police which is not solving problems but making them worse when we should be in a more compassionate country in a more loving country I know love is at the core of our ideals but it needs to be made manifest in our policies we would actually spend less money we would elevate human dignity and human potential and we would set a standard on the planet earth for how we treat those who are vulnerable as opposed to what we're seeing right now center when you're running for president you were quite critical of of former vice president Joe Biden and you question whether you question whether his past whether he had the credibility given his record on some of these issues to to be a reformer on this where are you now well I'm fully you have to put my faith in a Joe Biden to be the person who could preside over this transformative change and I'm gonna tell you right now the heroes for me as I look at great presidents past the time of LBJ for example are extraordinary capable leader like Joe Biden but the real heroes in that generation were the people who were sick and tired of being sick and tired and and if there are protesters listening to the show I just pray and I want to say to them with all sincerity stay on the streets near nonviolent protest state demanding change and I think that Joe Biden's election can do that and look Donald Trump can't center himself in this this this is such a bigger moment than him this is not a referendum on one person in one office this is a referendum on who we are as Americans and who are going to be to each other this is a moral moment will we become a more loving and compassionate society not with our rhetoric but with our laws in a rule is and how can I treat the most vulnerable and so this is that moment that I think Joe Biden can be the president for but the responsibility is not on any individual it's on

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The resonance of racial violence across generations

NBC Meet the Press

02:05 min | 1 year ago

The resonance of racial violence across generations

"President John. F Kennedy gave his nationally televised address civil rights. He said one hundred years of delay had passed since Abraham. Lincoln freed the slaves and that black Americans. Still we're not free. Confronted merrily with a moral issue. It is old as the scriptures, and it is clear the American constitution. That was fifty seven years ago this week. Generations have passed since and full equality has not been achieved this morning. We're GONNA bring together two generations in this fight for equal rights. lani bunches the secretary of the Smithsonian Story and the founding director of the national. Museum of African American history and culture here in Washington and Lisa Garza is one of the three women who founded the black lives. Matter Movement. Welcome to both of you, Lonnie Bunch I'll get to you in a moment. Want to begin with Lisa Garza. Let me start with this. The symbolic painting of Sixteenth Street with the yellow pain of black lives matter. And I know it's symbolism. It was on the front page of the so many newspapers on Saturday. I'm curious. From a Hashtag and twenty thirteen to now majority of Americans multiracial coalition. Rallying around a symbol right now, what does this mean and how do you take this from symbol to policy? I think what this. Is that. Lives. Matter is not just a radical a year. And frankly when we look at. A lot of consensus in the consensus is that it is time. In us our money in our resources in a fully different. At the end of the day Tuck. Everyone can agree that we don't have that. We need to look well and that we are using policing. In a way that far exceed certain. From

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Massive peaceful protests fill the streets of Washington, D.C.

NPR News Now

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Massive peaceful protests fill the streets of Washington, D.C.

"Protesters, jam, streets, and cities and towns across the US Saturday demanding an end to racism and police brutality Washington DC C. so one of its largest gatherings since the demonstrations began nearly two weeks ago. NPR's Laura Sullivan reports the protests well to thirty, five thousand into the evening in the city as protesters took over the Capitol streets, gatherings were peaceful with drum circles. Three Barbecue people sporting hand sanitizer passers by the Mayor. Mariel Browser painted Sixteenth Street with yellow letter, saying black lives matter standing here on the letter m. on the newly renamed. Black Lives Matter Plaza. People are sprawled out on the street. Painting signs listening to music dancing. There are police. They are far off to the side. There has been no violence and no arrests

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Protesters pour into cities for another huge mobilization

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Protesters pour into cities for another huge mobilization

"Thousands of protesters streamed into the nation's capital and other major cities Saturday in another huge mobilization against police brutality and racial inequality the the steamy summer heat nor corona virus fears could keep thousands of protesters from gathering across the DC metro area intent on marching toward the White House military vehicles and officers and fatigue said closed off much of downtown Washington to traffic ahead of the planned for March Uriel Bowser was cheered as she walked to the portion of sixteenth street near the White House the CCI three names black lives matter plots these types of gatherings remind us about us being human and about the need for all of us as one human race hundreds to gather to solve the problems of our community Reverend Adrian Nelson of little mix A. M. E. Zion church tells WJLA that was what was lost in Minneapolis was the manatee of George Benson miss Washington

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Protesters pour into cities for another huge mobilization

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Protesters pour into cities for another huge mobilization

"Thousands of protesters streamed into the nation's capital and other major cities Saturday in another huge mobilization against police brutality and racial inequality the the steamy summer heat nor corona virus fears could keep thousands of protesters from gathering across the DC metro area intent on marching toward the White House military vehicles and officers and fatigue said closed off much of downtown Washington to traffic ahead of the planned for March Uriel Bowser was cheered as she walked to the portion of sixteenth street near the White House the CCI three names black lives matter plots these types of gatherings remind us about us being human and about the need for all of us as one human race hundreds to gather to solve the problems of our community Reverend Adrian Nelson of little mix A. M. E. Zion church tells WJLA that was what was lost in Minneapolis was the manatee of George Benson miss Washington

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Protesters pour into cities for another huge mobilization

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Protesters pour into cities for another huge mobilization

"Thousands of protesters streamed into the nation's capital and other major cities Saturday in another huge mobilization against police brutality and racial inequality the the steamy summer heat nor corona virus fears could keep thousands of protesters from gathering across the DC metro area intent on marching toward the White House military vehicles and officers and fatigue said closed off much of downtown Washington to traffic ahead of the planned for March Uriel Bowser was cheered as she walked to the portion of sixteenth street near the White House the CCI three names black lives matter plots these types of gatherings remind us about us being human and about the need for all of us as one human race hundreds to gather to solve the problems of our community Reverend Adrian Nelson of little mix A. M. E. Zion church tells WJLA that was what was lost in Minneapolis was the manatee of George Benson miss Washington

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Washington D.C. Protests Continue Over The Death Of George Floyd

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:45 min | 1 year ago

Washington D.C. Protests Continue Over The Death Of George Floyd

"Demonstrations are taking place across America this weekend protesters are chanting the name of George Floyd and the names of others who have died at the hands of police Eric garner Tamir rice Freddie gray and Brianna Taylor who would have celebrated her twenty seventh birthday yesterday she was shot and killed by police insider Louisville home this mark it will be heard those chants outside the White House last night she's with us this morning that a thanks for being with us it's my pleasure these protests have been going on for well over a week what did you see last night well when I got there it yesterday evening it was incredibly wet the rain was super intense I probably dissuaded everyone but the most hardcore protesters that said there are still hundreds of people very soggy people outside the White House I talked to a group of women pediatricians who come from all over the United States to offer first aid to protesters and a young man who just walked up and started spray painting a building right next to me right yeah that's right he was kind enough to introduce himself and described his work I go by resist V. as an on Instagram this is that how I protest this is the DC flag upside down he was painting an upside down flag of the district of Columbia that is correct and I asked resist because then that what he'd say to anyone who might confront him about the destruction of property he says he only tags boarded up buildings which honestly describes most of the buildings in downtown DC right now I specifically had only ply wood because I know that it's going to be gone and yeah I just want people to ask questions and I want people to like think and see like what does it mean Kerstetter there was it what I'll call from state sanctioned painting yesterday his well the DC government paid for a giant mural right there on sixteenth street near the White House that reads black lives matter right basically the words black lives matter are painted in giant yellow lettering on the street instructions for about two blocks this is a real statement from DC mayor Muriel Bowser has officially named this entire area out black lives matter plaza it's very eye catching and I met a young woman taking selfie of front of it Erica DSS she lost a friend police brutality if you got a radically passionate as we talked and warning also explicit her language about the movement happening right now you know it starts with black lives matter because it's so blue eight and the disrespect and it's just like stop it just needs to stop in as a people will come together will become strong were enlightened world wake and it's just the most beautiful thing I've ever seen in life in there was no way in hell I was going to sit at home when I could bring my here is Greenwood give my last breath I'd rather die on the streets but for my children at home got the one my couch and it sounds like Erica D. as is is going to be back out on the streets today along with many as a hundred thousand other people here in Washington DC that estimate comes from the city's fire chief and of course our protest taking place all over the country every place from Akron Ohio to Sacramento California Garden City Kansas scores of cities all over the country what are you hearing about the deployment of law enforcement that's been interesting here in Washington DC more than a thousand active duty soldiers who are on standby near the city were ordered home last night according to army secretary Ryan McCarthy these days there has been very clear about asking the president to remove all extraordinary federal law enforcement from DC he says this he knows how to have a large demonstrations she says all the extra military that was out there was messing with the chain of command and she says it's been confusing have officers out on the streets that black insignia last night I saw almost no police officers maybe that was because of the rain maybe it's because the protests have been extremely peaceful there was just not a significant presence of people in uniform unlike the other times and never will be thanks so

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Demonstrators will continue protests until change happens in US

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:25 min | 1 year ago

Demonstrators will continue protests until change happens in US

"Protest is stirred by the death of George Floyd, vowed to turn an extraordinary outpouring of grief into a sustained movement, as demonstration shifted to accommodate, but no less determined focus on addressing racial injustice in Minneapolis, where floyd died in police custody, the city agreed to ban police choke colds and require officers to intervene anytime. They see unauthorized full by another officer. The changes apart of a stipulation between the city and state officials who launched a civil rights investigation into Floyd's death. The country's most significant demonstrations in a half century rivaling those during the civil rights, and Vietnam War eras resumed for an eleventh day nationwide with continued momentum as the mood largely shifted from explosive anger to more peaceful calls for change, formal and impromptu memorials to floyd stretched from Minneapolis to North Carolina where family members will gather today to mourn him. Protests across the country had initially been marred by the setting of fires and smashing of windows, but yesterday marked the third day of more subdued demonstrations. As a heartfelt tribute to Floyd in Minneapolis on Thursday, the Reverend Al Sharpton outlined plans for a commemorative march on Washington in August. Vowing the movement will change the whole system of justice. In Washington City, workers and volunteers painted black lives, matter in enormous yellow letters on the street, leading to the White House in a sign of local leaders embrace of the protest. Movement. The mural stretched across sixteenth street for two blocks ending just before the church where Donald trump staged a photo op earlier in the week after federal offices forcibly cleared a peaceful demonstration to make way for the president and his entourage meanwhile assign protest voices were being heard more symbols of slavery in the confederacy came down. Mobile Alabama removed a statue of a confederate naval officer after days of protests there while Fredericksburg Virginia removed to one hundred and seventy six year old slave auction block after several years of effort by the Naacp community activists were working to convert anger and grief into long-term action.

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Trump calls Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser ‘incompetent’ in Black Lives Matter feud

AP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Trump calls Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser ‘incompetent’ in Black Lives Matter feud

"After a protest at the White House was broken up with force this week Washington DC's mayors memorialize that site on sixteenth street leading to the White House the words of black lives matter are now painted in enormous yellow letters spanning two blocks with a sign identifying that straight jazz black lives matter plaza one thing that we have found to combat graffiti is art DC mayor Muriel Bowser has fought with the trump administration over what she called the heavy handed federal response to the protests the president did not respond to the mural but tweeted that Bowser is incompetent

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Washington D.C. mayor has "Black Lives Matter" painted on street near White House

AP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Washington D.C. mayor has "Black Lives Matter" painted on street near White House

"After a protest at the White House was broken up with force this week Washington DC's mayors memorialized that site on sixteenth street leading to the White House the words of black lives matter are now painted in enormous yellow letters spanning two blocks with a sign identifying that straight jazz black lives matter plaza tolerate graffiti but one thing that we have found to combat graffiti is art DC mayor Muriel Bowser has fought with the trump administration over what she called the heavy handed federal response to the protests the president did not respond

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Washington, D.C. mayor has 'Black Lives Matter' painted on street near White House

Ben Shapiro

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Washington, D.C. mayor has 'Black Lives Matter' painted on street near White House

"DC mayor Muriel Bowser criticized on Twitter today by both black lives matter DC and president Donald Trump black lives matter DC tweeting the painting of black lives matter on sixteenth street and the renaming of part of the street black lives matter plaza is quote a performative distraction from real policy changes browser has consistently been on the wrong side of BLM DC history on quote she knows black lives matter is critical of her but that doesn't mean that I don't see them and support the things that will make our community safer also on Twitter today president trump saying Bowser's incompetent reaction you know the thing about the pot and the kettle heather Curtis on W. M. A. L. W. a male dot

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"sixteenth street" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"sixteenth street" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The past hour near the state capitol analog the sixteenth street mall protesters asking for justice in the Minnesota death of George Floyd he died in police custody on Monday fox thirty one's cake and harsher reported this moments ago the police presence has disappeared which again makes me think of the shots at least the second round we're coming from a further distance because the Parker referring to is right across the street that's where we initially thought the shots might even coming from the initial area the police responded to but it does not appear that that's the area that focus on at this moment but we do have this developing situation now more that crowd from the protest starting to gather back from the state capitol in park state representative Leslie Herod tweeted that she heard the shots being fired into the crowd but again we cannot confirm that anyone in downtown Denver has been injured Denver police are investigating in Minnesota the governor of Minnesota called out the National Guard today and an effort to stop violence in Minneapolis more than two million Americans filed first time claims for unemployment benefits last week that pushed the total to more than forty million since the start of the corona virus outbreak in Colorado more than fifteen thousand people applied for jobless benefits over the past ten weeks Colorado has paid out nearly six hundred and seventy million dollars in unemployment benefits during that same time period nearly five hundred thousand people have applied for jobless benefits the only good news is that new claims for benefits have been declining over the past six weeks last week more than ninety five million dollars in benefits were paid out that's the second highest weekly payout on record Jerry bell Kaylee news radio president trump issuing an executive order to clamp down on social media is used to fact check and what they choose to ignore or even promote is nothing more than a political activism group for political activism and incentive program the president says Twitter in the light should not have a liability shield because he says they are not a neutral platform on Wall Street today the Dow down one forty six nasdaq fell forty three S. and P. five hundred lost six aren't accepted at six thirty I'm Cathy Walker Kaling newsradio eight fifty AM in ninety four one FM.

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"sixteenth street" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"sixteenth street" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Morning it should stay mainly dry it's really not until say eleven o'clock noon notice here we'll see the leading into that begins to move into downtown Indianapolis by around say eleven thirty here and we'll see some fairly heavy rain with this we won't rule out a gusty thunderstorm through the later half in the morning as well and then I run for clock starts to become a bit more light and scattered in nature and then we'll see a second wave possibly once we get through late Thursday and early Friday morning temperatures tomorrow topping out in the upper sixties and we're gonna continue to track the potential of a stronger to severe thunderstorm even well into early Friday morning so notice here some fairly heavy rain there might be some gusty thunderstorms with this as well that's going to continue to shift east found give quite a bit of rain for southeastern Indiana and once we get through say six seven o'clock tonight Friday morning rather we'll see the potential for just cloudy skies will begin to dry out but here are rainfall totals when it's all said and done upwards of around two and a half possibly three inches for fusel Xbox with cooler temperatures to wrap the week weekend forecast temps are gonna continue to call mid forty Saturday Sunday highs in the upper forties to near fifty Chapman heating and cooling is a forecast dry to start off early next week temperatures though we're gonna begin to warm mid fifties Monday Tuesday high sixty then a few scattered showers arrive Wednesday weather highs in the mid sixties but why is there this morning commuters this picture near I seventy eight sit round two sixty seven and overall it looks dry for drivers again not used to seeing a whole lot of volume at this time volume is very light for early morning drivers so if about to head out south five twenty one right now we're not looking at a whole lot of issues here this morning we actually do have one crash right now that south on the southwest side this is off of Washington Street will get you updated on that just to show you that's causing any delays for commuters this morning otherwise northeast side inbound lanes from fishers don't look too bad south side there near the I. four sixty five Lupin Emerson exit looks great north east side drive times right now not bad either sixty nine from one hundred and sixteenth street five one minute trip noble twelve minute drive three and six minutes right this isn't a break on wish TV and ninety three W. Y. B. C. mobile war if you could see what I'm seeing right now a cheesy sizzling sausages tasty toasty breakfast deal for my belly that's right it's your favorite McDonald's breakfast Sammie and right now you can pick two of them for just four blocks from the bacon egg and cheese biscuit sausage McMuffin with egg and bacon egg and cheese with grills now let's say you had met drive through to get more out of breakfast at participating McDonald's for a limited time only a breakfast single item at regular price wake up breakfast delivery you loading up on things from Walmart yeah I use my new Capital One Walmart rewards card it is unlimited five percent back on everything I buy from Walmart online see what's five percent back five percent what with the Capital One Walmart rewards card earns unlimited rewards including five percent back at Walmart online on top of America everyday low prices what's in your wallet terms and conditions apply Capital One USA NA profession bath updates at the right price start with lows because now when you shop are passing you can save up to forty percent off select passengers including vanities faucets toilets more and see your home with a whole new life saving up to forty percent off that flight we offer thousands of stylish options in store and online what do you think the small bath updates for Marjorie model this spring do it right for less start with.

Washington D.C.: New bus lane coming to Columbia Heights

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Washington D.C.: New bus lane coming to Columbia Heights

"News commuter news now get ready for more bus lanes around here DC has unveiled its latest plan for changes along a short but very busy a stretch of road in Columbia heights red bus lanes coming this summer to about a half mile of fourteenth street northwest a stretch in the heart of Columbia heights where you have to Dodge double parked cars are opening doors if you're on a bike buses have to swerve into oncoming traffic to avoid even more delays and crossing the street can feel risky the changes now open for a thirty day public comment period would speed up buses they carry more than fifteen thousand people a day remove more than sixty parking spaces for bus lanes and add new pick up and drop off areas to hopefully get uber and lift drivers out of the way do not also working on bus lanes on sixteenth street northwest and as promised more in key areas

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"sixteenth street" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"sixteenth street" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"In advance of the season they be rebuilding but the rest of them all right for fifteen newstalk eleven thirty W. I. S. at it's time for rapid traffic a ninety four eastbound remains blocked at eighty fourth street is because of a crash close down does this look like all afternoon and into the evening or you know I don't know but actually now that I am speaking of looking at cameras we are getting the freeway re opened right now good just I spent an hour and a half for just just watching traffic moved through their they just re opened its own first couple of cars making their way so we had the freeway shut down there at eighty fourth street and now we are making our way through their however obviously the delays can take awhile to get cleaned out and right now traveling southbound eight ninety four all the way from the zoo to the hell is going to take a fifteen minutes this also has the north bound rock freeway backed up from a hundred and sixteenth street into the Heller change and you have a crash that has both directions of how we one hundred block it blocked at Oklahoma Avenue at that intersection so if you're traveling southbound you can't get through that intersection and if you travel northbound they will not let you through so make alternate route plans around that is closed in both directions directions from the Lynch mob wanna go total traffic centers talk eleven thirty W. I. S. and I'm John why your list defense of freedom and liberty delivered with candor encourage for mark Levin weeknights nine to midnight stay informed all day every day on news talk eleven thirty W. why yes and and W. R. A. W. H. T. to Milwaukee and I heart radio station I'm Dave Michaels Wisconsin senator Ron Johnson says that he's concerned about what the impeachment inquiry.

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"sixteenth street" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"sixteenth street" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"You know as they did what they had to do in order to change laws and bring equality and justice to American citizens June Robinson according to your book the Birmingham church bombing yeah again I was very invested in these children were marching and you know it's interesting because I told you that you came to our house the jazz concert and in his speech he talked about sacrifice including and so use the idea and I would not use you know I understood why kids had go to jail and and why Marcus went to jail and how that raise the visibility of the movement she didn't think about children dying you know and hi they're going to Sunday school and they die you know they were it was a children's day at the sixteenth street Baptist church so that was devastating to me and my dad sat with me my dad was always my sound sounding but we feel loudly talk about anything and he just sat with me and said no here's what I'm gonna do you know and you have to make a choice in life essentially when something's happened you'd get back up or if you if you fall you give in several photos in your view of your family is going to hold this up quickly yeah to really see that yeah how many of these are post photos of the city photos are these natural.

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"sixteenth street" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"sixteenth street" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Sixteenth street near the I ten split this has traffic backed up really heavy back to the Durango curve you know the right time is fifteen minutes already from Peoria down to the iTunes glittering supposed to get that heavy this early I highly recommend you break off and go with the I. ten in a will ease about that is your time saver right here to get you around all of this mess the journey and get your news a storm moves across our state today providing just the chance for showers and thunderstorms otherwise they'll be partly cloudy with a high of eighty four in Phoenix then mostly clear with a low of sixty one tonight highs reach the mid eighties each day through the weekend I'm ABC fifteen be religious iris MOC at six oh forty sixty degrees in Chandler I was on a boat to some boaters overwhelmingly rejected the proposition to become members on his first official sanctuary city city also elected its first female mayor Regina Romero have the vision of have the platform and I have to deliver what I promised the citizens to sign that's two sons new mayor on K. well DTV valley political expert Stan Barnes says there's a big lesson to be learned from two son of a sanctuary city vote and the self described proud liberal city of Tucson can't get above thirty percent then maybe just maybe two says that that liberal to sounds mayor and city council members all Democrats were opposed to the measure voters in Glendale apparently did not want to give the mayor and city council big raises seventy four percent of ballots cast said no to prop for twenty four in Scottsdale voters approve the city's first major bond program in nineteen years by overwhelmingly backing questions one two and three on the ballot the program invests in fifty eight projects at a cost of three hundred ninety million dollars the latest on the adoption fraud case against Maricopa county assessor Paul Peterson he has pleaded not guilty to thirty two counts in Arizona the County Board of.

"sixteenth street" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"sixteenth street" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Observatory housing a large research grade telescopes a digital tilted dome planetarium and a multi use a hundred and fifty seat auditorium the fountain hills discovery center will join other dark communities in oak creek Sedona in flagstaff Gabriel give me no K. T. A. R. news that twenty five yeah pep in their steps this morning after going winless in their first four games the Arizona Cardinals have now won three straight for the first time since twenty fifteen yesterday's twenty seven to twenty one win over the New York Giants on the road gets the red birds of three three and one record yeah remember that tie yeah Paul cal these he's going to have more in sports coming up in about twenty minutes is funny is I I took my dad to the airport yesterday for the you know the big long flight all the way to page Hosty easier to find her but as I'm walking into a terminal to there's a couple walking out there weren't cardinal shirts and we look at each other I'm like everyone in one baby three three and one baby and they're like yeah but we'll take it absolutely the A. R. news time is five oh six all right let's get back over to JP fox in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center out in the east valley on your freeways looking good to to red mountain santan freeways and U. S. sixty all up to speed no delays coming in from the avenues give a little bit of build up I. ten eastbound between ninety First Avenue eighty Third Avenue two of that closure downtown seven street is shut down north and south on at Broadway a crash involving a semi avoid that with Seventh Avenue Central Avenue or sixteenth street this report is brought to you by the law offices of Donald W. Hudspeth if you own a business far starting a business or currently in a dispute the law offices of Donald W. Hudspeth can help just text the word.

"sixteenth street" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"sixteenth street" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Governor Newsome said he was outraged but he understood now he's clarify his initial comments on the massive power outage someone needs to be held accountable the growing political pressure on lawmakers from angry Californians all that and more straight ahead let's get on to the road right right how the cheap enough looking pretty good in most spots this reports right about Japan is in an associates AT from Roseville just nine minutes to the cap cities but another ten on the cap city freeway in your downtown it's twenty one minutes in from elk Grove on I five eggs still that that accident over on the shoulder north bound by that Jay street that's not causing much of a delay on I five it is backing up a little bit on the westbound highway fifty as you approach I five north down ninety nine coming in from elk Grove is a thirty minute drive in got a problem on fifty westbound at sixteen three that's causing the additional back up on north bound ninety nine all the way back to mac road at the accident on fifty is a blocking the right lane and the sixteenth street offramp and that's causing fifty to back up now all the way to what Avenue fulsome to downtown is thirty four minutes maybe coming in from woodland I live five just twenty eight minutes to make an end no delays coming in from Davis sixteen minutes across because way all the way into downtown sexually abused by a priest in California new compensation programs may help you find justice contact the attorneys is Jeff Anderson and advocates today to understand your rights visit Anderson advocates dot com or call three ten two ninety nine twenty to seventy eight traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Ryan nobles news ninety three point one K. if we get a we have mostly sunny and to the work week afternoon highs today seventy nine to.

"sixteenth street" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"sixteenth street" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"What's there to win best again. he cut a deal with Netflix. and okay ease a private citizen and now what. I was hoping you'd have an answer because I can't figure out that's my answer yeah now what well he doesn't see any difference because he doesn't believe that he's violating the emoluments clause so he doesn't believe anything on toward is happening and they and therefore if that's what you believe it's all exactly the same right you have to go and even though he's a former president but in his world Obama is still the president as far as culpability is concerned. ads is Hillary as far as culpability and keeping them very relevant politically yes hi Joe Biden says whites could never fully understand racism. what yeah that was me yeah I know where that came from okay well anyway he was he was speaking at the sixteenth street Baptist church was which of course was famously I should say infamously bombed in nineteen sixty three for young girls were killed it was the fifty sixth anniversary of that bombing and he basically said there's a long history of institutional racism going back to slavery that we've never really lived up to the ideals of equality in our founding documents and whites will never understand when you try yeah but we can never actually understand it which I think is probably true it's also pandering. there's no question in my mind he's pandering I've no I've no problem with we must understand we have not understood enough we must go forward as opposed to whites will never understand okay thank you Mr pander. my take on it obviously I mean I do think there's some truth to we could never understand it the same way the same way of course not but all right does that help the situation we don't understand it the way you do to me it's more prejudicial than it is probative yeah it's also very defeat is it has a defeatist air tonight will never understand right there for good joint try yeah I know good good point our goal the other wait let the pendulum swing the other way. all right why is rent controls the dot topic could be because you seem the rent increases in LA in Orange County at nearly twice the rate of inflation..

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Biden says white people can "never fully understand" racism

Bill Handel

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Biden says white people can "never fully understand" racism

"News Joe Biden is made a campaign stop in Birmingham on the fifty sixth anniversary of the church bombing that killed four girls but until the crowd at sixteenth street Baptist church yesterday there's a battle going on for America's soul we have not. alligator racism and white supremacy. the pages of history Biden says the Charleston shooting in twenty fifteen as proof racism persists the same for his ideology lit the fuse on sixteenth street. pull the trigger and mother Emanuel Biden's as white people can try to grasp legacy of racism and slavery but they will never fully

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Biden on racism: White people 'can never fully understand'

Bill Handel

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Biden on racism: White people 'can never fully understand'

"Yeah Biden is made a campaign stop in Birmingham on the fifty sixth anniversary of the church bombing that killed four girls Biden told the crowd at sixteenth street Baptist church yesterday there's a battle going on for America's soul we have not. alligator racism and white supremacy. the pages of history Biden said the Charleston shooting in two thousand fifteen is proof racism persists the same for his ideology lit the fuse on sixteenth street. all the trigger and mother Emanuel. Biden says white people can try to grasp the legacy of racism and slavery but they will never fully

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"sixteenth street" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"sixteenth street" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Yes I had ever I was apprehensive about my dad going down south but knows they did what they had to do in order to change laws and bring equality and justice to American citizens according to your book the Birmingham church bombing again I was very invested in these children who were marching and you know it's interesting because I told you that you came to our house with a jazz concert and in his speech he talked about sacrifice including and so it includes the idea and I would not use you know I understood why go to jail and and why Marcus went to jail and how that raise the visibility of the movement which he didn't think about children dying you know and children die they're going to Sunday school may die you know they were it was a children's day at the sixteenth street Baptist so that was a devastating to me and my dad sat with me my dad was always my sound sounding bar we talk about anything and he just sat with me and said now here's what I'm gonna do you know and you have to make a choice in life essentially when something's happened you'd get back up or if you if you fall you give in several photos in your view of your family is going to hold this up quickly yeah to really see that yeah how many of these are post photos of the city photos are these all of those are pros.

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Man taken into custody after rice cookers trigger bomb scare

Joe Pags

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Man taken into custody after rice cookers trigger bomb scare

"A person of interest is now in custody in New York City following yesterday's pressure cookers scare at some subway stations to scare caused evacuations in a difficult commute pressure cookers found various locations the man police are questioning is reported to be Larry Griffin of West Virginia A. B. C.'s dina Rocco we know that Griffin has been someone that police have been looking for shortly after this incident happened it caused a big scare yesterday shutting down the subway service and the bomb squad was also called in there about an hour later a third rice cooker was found on the corner of west sixteenth street in Chelsea that also closed streets while the bomb squad cleared the scene all of these were determined not to be a threat but delays have been looking for growth and since that time and want to find out exactly what his

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"sixteenth street" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"sixteenth street" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"For traffic ninety four westbound slow sixteenth street out to Mitch boulevard and then again from highway one hundred two Barca getting to the worst school board in Wisconsin. It's taken me a long time to get there. But you're off the hook while Matosa isn't anymore. They're still awful. They're number two. They, they haven't gotten better Johnson. Just find somebody that got worse while at toast is still a disgrace. I just found one worse, which is frightening. It is Friday gets, you wouldn't think you could have a worse school board than they haven't while tosa. But there is what yeah. Well, the biggest the bigger problem is the saps who live in Walla, tosa. So I give the school board at war with his residents of does they at least have credit for to their own interests. You know, it's the dummies who pay the taxes, who are like, yeah, I'll pay more. That'd be great. I love that idea. You of course, speaking about the majority because otherwise, you'd be into bounded self-loathing here. Right. And ice. Although I'm many. Urgency on that. Tosa. I agree with you, and they're especially appalled at the crap that's going on right now with the curriculum, they get all of this, and they're dumbing, the curriculum dot I made this couple of schools isn't news, a couple of schools at tosa right now, that would fit in, in terms of the miserable quality of the education that's going on there. My kid was there. They had the stupidest kind of program going on for, for grading and everything else. Well, it's, it's always, it's all worse. If there's a creative version of Eddie kind of teaching toes is going to gravitate onto it and grab it. And as I say, it starts from the top it starts with the superintendent, who's basically sees his role, the same way some of these university cancer. See they're just fundraising figure out a way to raise the taxes and all that stuff. And then let you know, a bunch of teachers and curriculum directors. Take the curriculum of whatever direction that they want to take the more multicultural, the more, let's have nineteen thousand different genders that we're going to celebrate the better actually teaching facts and knowledge, getting kids to understand the sciences. This is in a community, like, wow. What to us? So this is in irrelevancy at a school district cares fire more about social engineering, Trump bashing and so, odd, and that also is on the school board. The fact that the quality of education, tosa, which was once very, very high is now generating, down toward the rat hole level, which would be an MP is quality of education with the exception of a handful of schools that are good. Job. Is that the Radwan level? I mean, the numbers don't lie. We see what the test results. Are we see the dropout rate? We see all the problems that exist, some of which come some having families that don't care and some of which comes from having students that are coming from difficult environments, but you can't just push all of that, onto that because we see what the school choice schools, Milwaukee that dealing with the same populations and kids drying, up in the same poverty, and so on what they are able to do. And I fear that, while Matosas going to be the same thing now that they have their money and they have way more money than the ever needed for these buildings that they're just going to shove, the envelope even farther in using the schools as liberal indoctrination centers without any pressure from parents to say what in the world is going on with how miserable the curriculum is. And why our graduating seniors are losing ground to ground to kids in other states in terms of SAT, ACT scores, which is by the way going on. That was a long interruption, Woodward traffic, did you have we've got a thirty minute drive from downtown out to Morland road. And then it's another eighteen from downtown out. To highway sixteen from the zoo, slow on southbound forty three from capitol drive to the Marquette, if twenty-five minutes Brown deer to downtown forty one southbound traffic just past Good Hope road all the way down to north avenue. Twenty minutes. Good Hope road to the zoo from Lynch, Magog, total traffic center. Newstalk eleven thirty WINS. I'm John seventy seven percent of rural counties, lack sufficient primary healthcare, Blue Cross Blue shield is working to fill that gap. I placing former military medics and communities.

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"sixteenth street" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"sixteenth street" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Every day with free hot breakfast. Book. Your next stay now at Hampton. KTAR news flash is four forty five. I'm Becky Lynn with three things you need to know. Right now, we've learned that suspicious device that was on the mini stack downtown that caused a major traffic backup with freeway shutdown. This morning was a traffic counter on the I ten near sixteenth street. Arizona's immigration crisis. Governor Doug Doug Ducey will be meeting with vice President Mike Pence tomorrow at the border, and no Gallas and Doocy tells KTAR he hopes to get a status update on the crisis at the border and his glad the crisis finally getting the attention that it deserves as she police looking for a suspect who sexually assaulted someone in a bathroom near the physical education west building at the Tempe campus last night, the suspect is described as a black male possibly six feet wearing a black shirt with red and gray trim and camouflage shorts. If you have any info give ASU police a call. You're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Amazon is news station. KTAR news. Here's a check on traffic for you. Now with detour Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center, what a nightmare that was Becky Lynn, we had a fifty seven minute ride on the red mountain freeway alone. Just trying to get up to that closure to find out. You couldn't get on it. The sapphire noon nowhere near that bad. Thirteen minute ride is what you get. It's the payoff for having gone through all that misery. Thirteen minutes is off at the moment. Anyway, eastbound from the fifty one east to the one I hope you're getting no twenty five minutes. Eastbound US sixty I ten east Ellsworth and twenty two minutes on the I ten eastbound from the seventeen split down to the to to Santa the busy one though is on the what a what Pima slash price. That's up to thirty eight minutes now from Frank Lloyd Wright boulevard down to the Santan got a pretty serious crash of the southbound state route three forty-seven at Casablanca road, right lane blocked, stay left, Anna backup. But notice I didn't throw any freeway. Wrecks on yet. We are crash free for the moment knock on wood. Hopefully was keep that way for a while on the freeway traffic.

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"sixteenth street" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"sixteenth street" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"John Hera. I'm Kirk darling. Here's what's trending at twelve noon. Valentine's Day in Indiana for the past years has been overshadowed by the search for the person who killed Abby Williams in Libby, German and Delphi. Chris Davis reports on the update from state police curtain John a couple of things about yesterday's press conference. First off the number of tips they've gotten in the past two years we've had today to over thirty eight thousand tips on any given day. We receive a dozen or more tips, Nick McClellan is the new Carroll county prosecutor he did most of the speaking. But when state police superintendent Doug Carter to question someone asked him if it was going to take as long to solve the Delphi murders as it did the April Marie tensely murder that took thirty years. And confident it's not going to take that long. I think there are a lot of things happening in regards to the way in which we communicate social media platforms. Somebody knows this murderer rich somebody knows what they're asking for is communication. If you know anything about it. They're asking for tips as they have been for the past two years. They prefer an Email. Chris Davis, Ninety-three WABC mobile. News lawmakers in Washington are expected to vote today on a Bill that would prevent a second partial government shutdown. It contains a little over a billion dollars in funding for border security much, less than what President Trump had demanded. Nevertheless, the president is expected to sign off on the measure. He will get the job done. The wall is very very on its way it's happening as we speak. We're building as we speak the deadline to sign off on the Bill should it pass. Congress is tomorrow at midnight. Indie DPW had Dan Parker says with today's warmer. Temperatures workers will be out hitting the potholes strip patching hard. They will be out today during the first two. Streets Senate boulevard right behind you health. Twenty-first down to sixteenth street will be the first redone, along with Westfield.

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"sixteenth street" Discussed on Motley Fool Money

Motley Fool Money

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"sixteenth street" Discussed on Motley Fool Money

"And what happened is it after work? All of the African Americans who worked in downtown Birmingham would come to sixteenth street Baptist church and just hang out to see what was going on. So there delayed until after work has got out, so they send their March out with twelve people. And the next day Walker reads in the press that a thousand people marched in Birmingham, Alabama, and he was like a thousand. We only at twelve and he realizes, oh, wait a minute to the reporters. They can't tell the difference, a black person, black person. They can't tell the difference between someone who's just a bystander, Anna marcher. So it's like, oh, duh. We're always going to March after after work now. And so in the press from then on it's like twelve hundred. People marched yesterday we had dozen, right, and everyone is fooled even Connor is like, whoa, all these, a lot of the this. The story builds from there, but a lot of what people assumed were protesters in Birmingham. We're always bystanders. Some of the famous photos of. The of the hope of the the firemen, turning the water hoses on protesters. We're not protesters. Why Walker figured this out? They were bystanders who were really hot. It's Birmingham who went to the police to the firemen and said, turn on your hoses. We're really hot. So then why Walker head all. Photographers lineup, take these photos, and then he said, oh, look what they're doing. This man totally outsmarts bull Connor. I mean, is this a textbook case of how just because you've got nothing doesn't mean it's the same lesson as with Eck, just because you've got nothing doesn't mean you can you have to roll over and die. There's all kinds of means available to us what you got you gotta use what you got. So we're outside the status quo, and we turn for expert advice, and I want just a little riff on that in the form of Roger Craig, San Francisco, forty, nine back and his sister. So in other words, Vivek is outside the status quo, and but he, he probably couldn't have pulled that all off by himself without earning to one of his employees. So it turns out. Yeah, going back to the story of evac. His girls basketball team turns out that Roger Craig works for back and Roger. Craig's daughter was eight all American basketball player at Duke. So he did. You know, he was not completely. He recognized the fact that he only really new cricket and basketball. It was a little bit of a foreign thing. So he knew he knew, but he also brought in Craig's very interesting actually as an adviser because. The whole theme of Vivek basketball experiment was to substitute effort for skill and his argument. I think it's very accurate argument. And then in many domains effort properly expressed is an adequate substitute for skill more than inadequate steps good facility. And that's what if you know if you know about Roger Craig's career, but him, that's his whole MO. He's an effort guy much. He's also a very skilled guy, but the thing that set him apart was an extraordinary work ethic. Roger, Craig has run seven marathons since retiring NFL running back most NFL running. Running-backs can't walk after they retire. Let alone run seven. I mean, so he knew what he was doing..

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"sixteenth street" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sixteenth street" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"A particular case that brought you a lot of potential and acclaim i think listeners know about it but i'm gonna talk about in a little more detail and i think it seems to have defined you yes some ways in played a role in your biography in connection with the senate race and that was a prosecution of a crime that happened years before you became the us attorney there was a bombing at the sixteenth street baptist church in birmingham that bombing happened in nineteen sixty three right you were kid yep nine years old and how do you remember that no i you know i keep telling folks i wish i could tell folks that i did but i lived a fairly sheltered life in a little town called fairfield which was us steel town on the outskirts of birmingham and it was a segregated community like the rest of the south and it was pretty sheltered so you would see bits and pieces on television but in those days you know the yankees in alabama football those were the things that dominated my life at the right way so tell people what happened what was the level of carnage at that church well there were four young girls that were killed and you have to set that stage a little bit well what went on in birmingham earlier in the year because nineteen sixty three in birmingham was the defining year is really a defining year for the country i think because you had in the spring you had what was known as the children's marches where the kids march the streets of birmingham they met at sixteenth street baptist church and that's when they were met with fire hoses and dogs that bull connor voiced it upon them that summer you had to stand in the schoolhouse door in tuscaloosa you had the murder medgar evers that i have a dream speech more bombings that occurred in birmingham birmingham city schools were going to be integrated for the first time in the fall of nineteen sixty three in birmingham was like a powder keg and that kind of set the stage for the horrific bombing on sunday morning right between sunday school and church about ten twenty two bomb that was placed outside the church underneath some steps right outside a window to the ladies lounge that was in the base.

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"sixteenth street" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"sixteenth street" Discussed on Katie Couric

"Here we love lawyers oh all kinds but to me lawyer for perry mason and people in courtrooms and you know and the spent atticus finch the drama the justice all of that came from being a trial lawyer and that's what i saw when i cut classes it was not just because it was a significant historical case and by the way can you just quickly parenthetically described that case for our listeners to shoreline them yeah no in one thousand nine hundred sixty three september fifteenth on a sunday morning i bomb exploded at him and placed outside underneath the steps of the sixteenth street baptist church and right but by was the large one that leads straight into the ladies lounge in the basement of the church and there were five young girls they're getting ready for youth worship service and that bomb killed four it was a sunday morning between sunday school and church is going to be a youth worship service and those girls were down there to be part and to get ready for that and it was a real abba leave turning moment alabamabirmingham just gone through fire hoses and dogs in the spring of sixty three what what people forget is that the schools are birmingham we're going we're integrated like five days before that bombing which was really think that the catalyst for for why that bomb was planted there and the case went unsolved despite incredible efforts of the fbi and prosecutors at the time they just couldn't quite make it there was only a five year statute of limitations in federal court so the case was closed and then a young alabama attorney general bill baxley opened it up in one thousand nine hundred seventy one when he was sworn in as ala bama say gee brought the case against robert chambliss known as dynamite bob.

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"sixteenth street" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"sixteenth street" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Fascinating interesting company i had like twenty minutes to kill before i came to meet you and i just went in the storm walked around the handbag area i just wanna see what's new look who's doing what colors so it's been never not interesting to me i'll never forget my first experience of your window simon it was the late nineteen eighty s and barney's was in the flagship on seventh avenue between sixteenth and seventeenth street i was living in a fourth floor tenement walkup on sixteenth street between eighth and ninth avenue and i would go to barney's every sunday to window shop and fantasize i couldn't afford anything in the store i was really into isaac mizrahi and one of the most memorable experiences i had and i i really have to tell you that i think that this was life changing for me was when you did all the christmas windows as swanky bathrooms with the seven swans and filled bathtubs full of products and vanities full of makeup i never considered that life could be that glamorous it changed my static immediately and i suddenly needed to have at least one or two beautiful things around me and and it's always been we ever since will i remember those windows vividly and what i did was i had a friend in london who used to do these sort of loose sloppy paintings of b mayer patents from like i dunno whenever that is nine hundred early nineteenth century and his name was mic heard on he painted all those backgrounds and we made giant swans out of paper michelle had never seen so much product before i'll always love the idea that barney's was this high end glamorous store where you could buy our mez or jill sander or prada but the windows were going to be hokey crofty of bit of coney island a lot of paper machine a lot of found objects a lot of repurpose things sue it wasn't like elissa swanky expensive store the windows have to be swanky.

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