18 Burst results for "South Jamaica"

"south jamaica" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

Black Women Travel Podcast

04:27 min | 3 months ago

"south jamaica" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

"I felt a little more at home a little more comfortable being around. First jenner's in. I'm pretty sure it kind. It kind of It does seem to be a very specific kind of experience. I've had some previous guests talk about how native i guess you could. It was at home versus out in the world in how yeah for some people it could be jarring. I guess it depends on how much of your culture you have access to in that sense of belonging right. Yes yes because of course you've traveled in. You've traveled back to janette but like to is something different. When you visit somewhere versus being born ray somewhere yes absolutely saliva finding other people who identify with that. I've had some previous guests saying that they didn't get the messaging that some black americans get in terms of having the work twice as hard or in most cases ten times as hard in order to get half as far or how you would be perceived as a black woman kind of messaging. Did you get growing up It was just go to school. Go to work you know. Get a good job in. That was really My mother she did. African-americans says i'm in college. So we kind of got a little bit of what you were talking about with the black american experience. We learned through her but Personally when i do travel to this out. I try to get a little bit more insight because i don't understand everything In i don't have much american brands. Explain it to me. So when i go i go in a sense of understanding because not that. It's confusing just to empathize more with the black american experience. Because i i didn't grow up that way. It was just like a do what everybody else does. But it definitely not that way. So how last year were you when you see a lot of these things so much more pronounced of course. They've been pronounced the whole time. You know we win. Just cool in you. Know we've been taking action to make strides to make changes happen but last year seeing like twenty twenty seen particulary loud right because everything was so quiet. So how was that for you. It was definitely a learning experience for me as well. Granted certain things. I've lived through crying up in south jamaica queens like dealing with or identifying in knowing people that have witnessed police brutality in Discrimination in all that yeah but it was still learning. 'cause i don't know everything you know. saw just more of a listened more If i had something to say. I said it But it was more a learning experience for me in general but workwise is like. I had to tell people. Like i'm learning to i. Don't you know everything could sometimes blade Being a black person in a predominantly white organization like people tend to look at you know. I don't know everything. I don't have all the answers. Goal is free so a more learning experienced anything. What would you say about the messaging that you got from your mother and then so you're super into family like hardcore are you said something about When you travel you don't stay in hostels goes. You grew up with six brothers and sisters though it was like being in a hostile time. Oh yes so. But they've but they've always been like it. Seems like the cornerstone. Mike part of the very foundation of you. Yes oh i'm curious about some of the messaging you got from the women in your family in particular..

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"south jamaica" Discussed on Point God with Baron Davis

Point God with Baron Davis

05:52 min | 4 months ago

"south jamaica" Discussed on Point God with Baron Davis

"Back. Ladies and gentlemen. We are back. Poi- ga. i'm your hopes. Burned davis aka too easy aka boom. Diso this is i heart. Slick collaboration the point god podcast shut out. Iheart radio now. What is a point. Guard someone with god given talent of bill leadership pioneer artistry talent skills originality authenticity. Now guess what ladies and gentlemen taking you to new york city to day. Follow me as we cruise omar drone in my drone play as we had gone over the historic rucker. Part the rucker part that the point guy on a previous episode sham talked about the rucker park that all new york legends goto to claim they pay as zero in on that joan play star flashing back to to to to to to start flashing back to the nineties skinny dude saucy big be big hands. Flare charisma style. Showmanship defense doll move. Lie the great fierce competitor new york. Let her off to move. He's coming down the court he skipping. Everybody in the crowd is going. Oh dude he gets the ball back. He put his his leg on the deuce chest and to dribble between his legs near spin. Move off the backboard. Somebody coming done. I saw this with my own eyes. Ladies and gentlemen was some skit with man bladder beyond that. I appreciate you man. Welcome to the point. God podcast show sponsor by iheart presented by slick man. Let's get into it. Was something my dog. You are legend broth. So happy i get to do this. Show bro. roses show good. Glad to be on man. Glad to be respected all across the united states. Especially you know where you guys grow. Bad with basketball is just as phenomenal as neil out there. West coast man. Take me like when did you discover basketball. And then at what point did you discover like. I'm nice at this shit. Well basketball from you just the early now. I five years only put the ball my hand. A lot of things came natural Back where they they would. Just show me you know from day. One you've got one hand doing just did it naturally then I was about seven years old. I started going to buy myself a. We didn't know where the other friends on the block. We go to poke ourselves. We'll sit on a in queens. The queasy south jamaica between kamal south sides. Stand up. we would go to and watch the older jews playing then we go to our other coin. Emily everything we just do. So you know You know that's how things started with me man. Not i was eight nine ten. You can see my skill. Set was a head on my way above average. Yeah you know so you know. New york city is the is big as five boroughs. And what happens is they. Take you out of your borough and you start to see cats in brooklyn harlem bronx in eight. Oh and that's when. I realized okay. I had a little little more work to do Feel you must be playing with a guest each other up in again once. I got my first taste a plan. Against a lot of guys that step on greenery sham gonna do not really took game another level and then you know it was like around. I say i was like thirteen fourteen. I knew that. I got a shot with this thing. You know in a in a lot of coaches and even plays around. Have you know. Obviously you keep working st clair all stuff. They had a good shot shot. Shot at the crazy man. My diamonds diamonds diamonds. Like you kareem reid. Sad staff right and damn near different right we. All last name is different. Boroughs break break break down the like the boroughs to the point. God right like like. What's the difference between a brooklyn point guard to queens point gar. Santa san was on the show and he said harlem.

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"south jamaica" Discussed on In The Thick

In The Thick

08:30 min | 5 months ago

"south jamaica" Discussed on In The Thick

"Cbs this morning earlier this week. Why did you decide that it would be howard. Raise that question because some would say look. Howard already understands this. Would you be more effective working for say a predominantly white university. That may need to understand the work that you do. Yeah you know. I've been very very thoughtful about my decision to go to an historically black college. And what i decided is since the second grade when i started being bused into white schools. I've spent my entire life proving that i belonged in elite weiss basis that we're not built black people and i just decided you know. I got a lot of clarity through what happened with the university of north carolina. I decided i didn't want to do that anymore. That black professionals should feel free. And actually perhaps an obligation to go to our own institutions and bring our towns and resources to our own institutions and help to build them up as well. This is not my fight. I fought the battle that i wanted to fight. Which is i deserve to be treated equally and have a vote. On my tenure. I won that battle. But it's not my job to heal the university of north carolina. That's the job of the people in power who created the situation in the first place mic. Drop i mean leo- when i read about this as a black woman as journalists. It was one of the proudest moments rain to see. Someone actually choose black people to see a black person. She was by people. And that's actually the line that nicole. Hannah jones anton hoc- coats have been using that. You know we are enough black. People and black institutions are enough. It is not our job to go around to white people in white institutions and fix them and he'll them that is not our work. We're not right hate enough and there's probably no amount of money in the world to make that job worth it so exactly. I'm just so proud. I can't wait for this pop off. I can't wait for the students. Power to get this opportunity. I know these journalists are gonna make this sort of a hub for a lot of public intellectual work. That's happening in the country. So you know shout out to howard shoutouts. Hpc's everywhere this is such a big moment. yeah. I'll say what's important about this move. I really hope that we let it breathe. It shouldn't be seen. Because that's the part that i'm really pissed about like. Oh she took a step back now now. She didn't like she actually went into the lane that needs to still be. You know grown before we move onto last topic. I really hope with all the attention that they got this week about the move that it doesn't become like a novelty. You know what i'm saying where it's like. Oh thanks this is great. Hey no i feel good white journalists. Yeah we interviewed you grade. That's awesome people need to take what's going to be happening on howard seriously and needs to be mentioned. The same places like unc in journalism school side anyway but listen talking about black excellence. I just have to mention this. Because i am like writing like joyfully. After watching the scripts national spelling bee now thursday night zaida avant-garde a fourteen year old from harvey louisiana. Just outside of new orleans. One the script national spelling bieb becoming the first black american champion ever. There's some black excellence right there. Zabiullah own dick's. It was like watching lebron. Just step back hitting three knowing. It's always going in. So congratulations ayla love it. All right and our final topic brings us to the primary elections in new york city earlier this week. The race for democratic mayoral nominee was called for brooklyn. Borough president eric adams. He's a former new york city police officer and a moderate democrat if adams were to win the general election in november against. I can't believe i'm saying this. Republican nominee curtis leila. Just a brief side note. Two thousand eleven go to latino rebels youtube courtesy well with these massively anti-mexican comments that everyone laughed about but like my god. It was awful. I don't even know why courtesy what is still a thing but anyway if adams were to defeat courtesy while and it looks quite possible he would be the second black man to serve as mayor following. David dinkins who was elected in one thousand nine hundred nine adams ran on the platform of improving public safety but he does not support the defunding police movement and instead advocated for police reform and even increasing police in high crime neighborhoods. And we've been talking on. It about the problematic history of police and policing in this country and how reform is sometimes not enough to protect communities of color. This is what adams had to say in. Msnbc's morning joe. This week about gun. Violence in this country can't have someone arrested with a gun on monday and back doing another shooting because they added jail. Tuesday that's unacceptable and we don't have real intervention problem going out to gang violence going out to those who are known shooters and have precision policing in our city and country. We're going to have a real issue with violence. That is going to be every irreversible. If we don't get this under control leslie. This is very important with ignored this crisis because of the victims black brown poor. We've turned out backs on them. We know that these babies have been dying for years. Our crisis in america is not an assault weapons crisis i will crisis is a handgun. Crises federal of movement and state movement has only focused on assault weapons because of the mass shootings. But the mass shooters are taking place. Every day and the south side of chicago south jamaica queens brownsville in atlanta but we ignoring the handgun crisis because of the victim. The victim is black brown immigrant and pour. The part of this scares me is precision policing which is supposed to be a strategy that works closely with community members to identify specific areas or people were more policing has to happen basically in a more intimate way and that scares me because it never works in that way right like policing by its nature is is not meant to work that way so that that's a little scary for me but You know. I think that it is true. That in this movement against gun violence there have been two very different sort of ideas of it right like it's got. The mass shootings have gotten a lot of attention. And it's true that the actual gun violence in communities of color amongst black and brown folks does not get as much attention. I just hope that this is the part like the before he takes office. I hope that we can work with this. Dude i just you know. I don't know it. I'm i'm a little scared. I'm a little scared. I gotta say okay. Yeah no i got you. But there's other things that happened in the election like the are actually other historic moments right rate so this primary election was also the first time that new york city used a ranked choice voting system. Where voters could select their top five candidates for mayor. We also saw several other elections throughout the city including city council seats the district attorney race and borough president seats and the city council is set to be one of the most diverse with over two dozen women six. Lgbtq folks and over thirty people of color candidates set to take office and alvin brag. Who served as chief. Deputy attorney general of new york is set to become the first black person to serve as manhattan district attorney. That's major. there's a little bit more new york looking like new york and i think there's At least if you're looking at this from a progressive lens. I mean there. Were some victories Do you think the atoms thing. There's this emphasis the takeaway takeaways going to be like. Oh crime is high. All over the country so democrats need to wake up. And i think they're gonna use you know this is going to be sort of like the example of c. but it's new york it's a democratic city. Like you know what i mean. What are your thoughts right. So you know is important to note that one of the city council's main jobs is to provide a check on mayoral power rates. So the fact that this is the most progressive most diversity councils actually meaningful. I just wanna give a shout out real quick chana haneef. Who's the first bangladeshi serve on. City council I think she's also the first muslim woman to serve on city council and tiffany coban. Who's a puerto rican lat next queer person who.

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"south jamaica" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 6 months ago

"south jamaica" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Person fist bumps with students and shakes hands with neighborhood leaders. Then he began speaking, he says, growing up in South Jamaica, Queens, you often had a negative impression of police. Not unlike Melvin. The things that I saw. My interactions with law enforcement. I painted along forceful but then price I said that cop was nasty to me. All cops are like that. But at the urging of his strong willed father, he recall signing up for a police department internship and attending a community event like this and not want to be someone. Com Until I saw this condemned program. And he didn't invent something similar to this. They sat down with the youth. And improve. Brady talked about somebody issues that are going on. Harrison hopes investing in dialogue sessions like this will be the starting point in lasting relationships. In March, he became the department's top uniformed commander and one of the highest ranking black officials in the department. And while the NYPD already has a community affairs arm, and his normal responsibilities include overseeing 36,000 officers, he's prioritizing this. Connecting young people with personal and skill development opportunities, he says. It's a key part of crime prevention, keeping kids from succumbing to drugs and gangs in their neighborhoods. We're gonna make sure we continue to talk and and have Tyler. I want a direction. I want to help you in life. While many activists have called for de funding, or even abolishing the police. Most of these students here are talking about improving the policing they deal with every day one says officers need to work on their own mental health issues. Another says they're too quick to judge them on the street. High schooler Come, Maya Fraser says police officers from Brownsville should be here listening to the cops to do.

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"south jamaica" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

05:53 min | 7 months ago

"south jamaica" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"That for new yorkers. It don't know yet. Thank you and i i'm a new yorker. New york is me. Because i am them. And if you want to look over my life on how i got here. It's the same way. On new yorkers have at their level of success growing up born in brownsville. Growing up in south jamaica queens had an unfortunate encounter with police officers Instead of saying always me say why not be When size police department and a force for justice many people don't understand but they go together and that is what. I looked after when i was in the police. Department after service for twenty two years rises through the ranks becoming a captain i eventually retired and became a state senator and became the first person to cover to the president and brooklyn and remained consistent on. How do we equalities. And how do we have out city move from the functional and functional so that we can provide for all new yorkers. I understand you've been borough president now for but his eight years yes. This is my eighth year. Now and in eight years. The last eight years of brooklyn has been transformed into a different world. I mean the old adage was brooklyn. would be the fourth largest city in the country if it was a city by itself and a so many people have invested billions of dollars in brooklyn And thank you for your leadership in in brooklyn is one in leading boroughs of the whole city. Is that true. Yesterday's and we've had an amazing economic boom of one of the largest number of startups in the borough. The state controller's report really shows. How well we have done as a borough but we can go even farther if we really take out city from being a siloed place to a d. silo place and when i say that i tell offers all the time. Cities are made up of agencies. Those agencies are not operating together to correct issues in our city. Then it doesn't matter how much money we spend. We're going to continue to have an inferior product. i'm going to these silo. Our city we can move together as a team to correct inefficiency and really believe the inequities in the city. Gives you your vision. Your big vision for new york city. I mean at one time. I when i ran for mayor zinger years ago. Eight years ago my vision. I wanted to have a world's fair if your vision of what you want to see During your term as mayor well number one. I'm going to keep leaning into improve inequalities. I want to see a city of where we are educating our children so they can have a bright future. When you look at fact.

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"south jamaica" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:53 min | 11 months ago

"south jamaica" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"They put them up in apartments. They put him up on bunk beds and rooms on their working almost slave labor conditions. First of all, if they get fired, they have to leave the country immediately on second brother paid much lower wages than would be a regular market system who's hired to do the Same job. And now, Charlie Charlie, do you You do realize you? You did describe the housing that many of them engage and as save come over to America, whether legally or illegally without a H one B one. And it's called the hot rack. You know what a hot rack is? Ladies and gentlemen. Let's say you got four guys from Pakistan over here, eh? I don't know if they illegally illegally. They got an apartment, Let's say over and South Jamaica And they yellow taxicab drivers. They don't own the medallion, but they take it out for a shift often times the hot rack. One will drive the other comes home. Get some sleep in that same bed. Then, when the other guy returns from his 12 hour tour in that yellow cab, sometimes more than he jumps into that same bed as his fellow Pakistani will then boom. Take over that car. It's called the hot Rock of hot rack effect. I followed Chester, who was a merchant mariner for over 50 years. Explain that to me in the Navy. Sometimes it was not, too but you were sleeping in such tight quarters. You would have to share The hot rack. No, no, no, no. I mean that that you slept in the same bed. How ridiculous. See these millennials and hipsters. They have no idea what I'm talking about The fact one person sleeps in there. Then they're on duty there on watch, while the other guy then catches a few hours of sleep, and it becomes a hot rack anyway, up next The most requested of the many segments that you hear in the new expanded line up here at WNBC, courtesy of our owner, operator and talk show hosts in its own, right, John Catsimatidis. It is the rapid prior edition in which you get your voice to be heard. It's only 10 to 15 seconds. So you know, practice your lines. Now you know Marlon Brando, he never could remember his lines. So we would always have them written out and posted on the actor actress. He was opposite. So he would read those lines and they would do take after take after Take a. Maybe you ought to try that into kitchen table when you play, so work in the can't do that in the car while you're driving. You get the message. Keep it short, sweet and told the point up next Rapid fire edition here. WNBC WNBC Traffic in transit. There's a problem in Nassau County. It accident on the eastbound long under the expressway Writer and exit 40 Jericho Turnpike on Lane's He's found at this point.

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"south jamaica" Discussed on Hip-Hop Can Save America

Hip-Hop Can Save America

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"south jamaica" Discussed on Hip-Hop Can Save America

"So I'm basically saying Okay Christians. You need to listen to this because first of all testimony to a world. Franken a lot of a servant permanence. Dono secondly, how many of US actually pray this? Honestly I guarantee all I, know I look I you know. What I'm Christian my entire life and I've I've started with doubt. But most the prayers you find anywhere, they don't admit to doubt anywhere. Here's A. Secular artist I. Don't think he's religious. Being willing to pray in public in front of millions of people and admit that he doesn't really know. What I'm saying Christians we need. We need this song and other songs A. It testifies to reality that we are supposed to care about because of Jesus and be. Because models are kind of honesty north anticipate when we confront God. Rarely, find. And you think that's valuable. I I've been in shirts settings CHESA greater rescue church, of Jesus Christ in South Jamaica Queens Brewer Boulevard I am saved pentecostal once in my past I have some understanding of these things when you say the praying with the doubt. That's not a bad thing. Now And explain explain why is I guess you always feel like you have to be so sure you have to have faith you have to be one hundred percent sure that this is going to happen but that's not necessarily honestly how people feel. Well it's how people feel right and it's also not what you know what the Bible talks about prayer because if you read the book Assam Delta to. Bible and you know. Third of those songs, psalms lament, there's someone king. David who are returning to God and saying where you Lord. She got song thirteen. How long? Lord how long the whole? That's it? That's it. That's a per you look to go and you say. You know I know you're there. Where are you? Right? Any different than I mean there's no. There's no. Violence. In Bob, no desert eagles but still kind of thing. Same of the same at the New Testament Jesus you know Jesus says that faith getting following him? When he said come follow me to the disciples. They didn't say Let me say I let me test your theology, right you know he said follow me and it's up to you and so a lot of the church has sort of said that prayer is like you gotta be right with God before you can come to God I've heard that a lot and that is not biblical and God just want you to turn to him or her as. Right. So I I. Love the fact that that it's a non, it's non church person who? How To do it? Yeah. You mentioned you say by his own admission by his own admission Curry Denzel Curry is not a Christian. Yet still he prays and you say that is real faith. As the Bible says, quote faith is a substance of things hoped for the evidence of things not seen..

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"south jamaica" Discussed on Hip-Hop Can Save America

Hip-Hop Can Save America

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"south jamaica" Discussed on Hip-Hop Can Save America

"So I'm basically saying Okay Christians. You need to listen to this because first of all testimony to a world. Franken a lot of a servant permanence. Dono secondly, how many of US actually pray this? Honestly I guarantee all I, know I look I you know. What I'm Christian my entire life and I've I've started with doubt. But most the prayers you find anywhere, they don't admit to doubt anywhere. Here's A. Secular artist I. Don't think he's religious. Being willing to pray in public in front of millions of people and admit that he doesn't really know. What I'm saying Christians we need. We need this song and other songs A. It testifies to reality that we are supposed to care about because of Jesus and be. Because models are kind of honesty north anticipate when we confront God. Rarely, find. And you think that's valuable. I I've been in shirts settings CHESA greater rescue church, of Jesus Christ in South Jamaica Queens Brewer Boulevard I am saved pentecostal once in my past I have some understanding of these things when you say the praying with the doubt. That's not a bad thing. Now And explain explain why is I guess you always feel like you have to be so sure you have to have faith you have to be one hundred percent sure that this is going to happen but that's not necessarily honestly how people feel. Well it's how people feel right and it's also not what you know what the Bible talks about prayer because if you read the book Assam Delta to. Bible and you know. Third of those songs, psalms lament, there's someone king. David who are returning to God and saying where you Lord. She got song thirteen. How long? Lord how long the whole? That's it? That's it. That's a per you look to go and you say. You know I know you're there. Where are you? Right? Any different than I mean there's no. There's no. Violence. In Bob, no desert eagles but still kind of thing. Same of the same at the New Testament Jesus you know Jesus says that faith getting following him? When he said come follow me to the disciples. They didn't say Let me say I let me test your theology, right you know he said follow me and it's up to you and so a lot of the church has sort of said that prayer is like you gotta be right with God before you can come to God I've heard that a lot and that is not biblical and God just want you to turn to him or her as. Right. So I I. Love the fact that that it's a non, it's non church person who? How To do it? Yeah. You mentioned you say by his own admission by his own admission Curry Denzel Curry is not a Christian. Yet still he prays and you say that is real faith. As the Bible says, quote faith is a substance of things hoped for the evidence of things not seen..

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"south jamaica" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"south jamaica" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To those areas. You'll see increased foot patrols as well as officers in uniform, unmarked police cars. The citywide violence prevention plan will focus on hot spot areas where the majority of the violence has been seen. But it's going to spread to any other neighborhood that season Uptick. So far this summer, Brooklyn and the Bronx have seen the largest spike in violent crime. But there's also been an uptick in shootings and Harlem and South Jamaica. Well, you wouldn't know it from the way the stock market is behaving. But there is worry that the economic recovery is going to be long and drawn out and not a V shape more of a U shape. Brian Levin is senior investment strategist at Invesco Advisers. The biggest question that I keep being asked is about the shape of the recovery. And I think that you know, there's so much concern about whether it's the shape whether it's w shape on whether it's U shaped and You know, the reality is I think it's going to be a pro long, protracted recovery intermittent with fits and starts still love. It says that markets historically have done well when the economy sees a U shaped recovery. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, This is Bloomberg. These is Bloomberg intelligence with Alex Steel and falls on Bloomberg radio here each and every week at this time tapping into our Bloomberg intelligence analyst covering some 2000 companies. 130 industries worldwide. So his goal continues its climb towards maybe 2000. Let's take a look at the gold miners are doing in terms of their actual underlying sales for more. We're welcome by Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Wylie Ong. I leave. What can we expect from the miners in the stocks themselves as prices continue to grand higher here? Thank you, Alex. What We see revenue and earnings outlook Favorable for the gold miners re single fresh belly, the safe haven investment demon. May actually support Hyogo Prize this year, especially mental reason. Enterprise momentum amid the health courses carried into Q full every vocal parts, already up 31% last quarter year on year and has been up over 20% each quarter since the third quarter of 2019. Right so highly, so prices going higher grinding hires, Alex suggests. I mean, it's just been a nice nice chart to look at. You know, over the last year, so talk to us about on the production side here are minor still mining as much gold. As maybe they used to It is the virus impacting the production of gold around the world. Yes, you're right. I'm not that what we do See production. Girls aspiration for the mining industry could be tracked from this epidemic. But on the other hand, it could also help tighten the gold market. Well during the first result, diamond across the world and forcing containment measures to prevent infection before that, you know one of our study that during the first half off your commitments, partial or full lock down We saw at least 64% off the both supply was under threat due to decode it. 19. So I used to cover gold like the actual underlying metal back in the day like 4009 men like everyone their moms calling for, like $5000 gold. The miners were totally ripping. Is this scenario for the miners and for gold, the same as a 09 or is there something different? Well, look at the shop from where the key determined for Goldman will be this prophet, 19 knock on the fact the little global interest rates and the direction taken by a daughter of the continuing geopolitical tensions. Will be like night. Go three, driven by the current affairs epidemic who actually rich in gold even as an accident off, no corpulent or dividend. Podium is a safe haven asset which will lead me to have an impact beyond 2020. We issued the investors, at least in the short term. Put it trust in the metal as insurance again heightened and certainty. And over the long term. A combination of these elements mentioned earlier could actually help go to become a global reserve currency as the metal Supplies rises along more debt. That we actually put this question to our clients. Where did the Siegel prize and watch those recent survey gold afforded to be 2020 best performing metal and wood? According to majority of responding at 66%. The majority's Siegel trading wrong 1000 security out of the mountains to $1849 pounds by the end of the year. And Interestingly, Nadiya, but off off response predict Gold Prize to search beyond $1850 an ounce before New Year's. While we're sitting here, you know, over a little bit over $1800 announce. It's been trading over the last couple of weeks. So we're we're getting there. So I think Gold's going higher and I already own it. You know, as many gold bars, I can stick into my apartment. What stocks to investors tend to be really strong, by the way, because those are exactly so If I want to get some exposure from the miners perspective, what are some of the names that investors like toe gravitate towards looking at the miners? What we see that Goldman is especially those with the lower costs are able to maintain the world calls off production will be the witness amid this whole country that we have seen sense of censor the court of last year. And names of sense about that from that won't be able to do so are like Barrett and Kinross and Nico and Paulius, where They actually do benefit from follow the dollar and local currency real relationship and he will be favorable to them, given his located.

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New York: Woman Found Dead After Fire At Jamaica Houses In Queens

The Financial Quarterback

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

New York: Woman Found Dead After Fire At Jamaica Houses In Queens

"A thirty five year old woman is dead after a fire ripped through an apartment in queens this morning the blaze breaking out around twelve thirty A. M. in a building at the south Jamaica houses on the one hundred block of a hundred and fifty ninth street firefighters were able to confine the blaze to a single apartment no other injuries reported and no word yet on what caused the

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"south jamaica" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"south jamaica" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To respond Lazio speaking to reporters in south Jamaica yesterday says that's a problem some like this is happening in a word it has to be responded to immediately the blockage in the sewer line remains but neighborhood basements are now dry thanks to a temporary above ground drainage pipe the mayor says teams of workers from the department of environmental protection going door to door informing homeowners that the city will pay for cleanup there's a new head of the New York City police department German Shea took the oath of office as the NYPD's forty fourth commissioner yesterday during a ceremony at a one police plaza he praised the department's efforts to make closer connections with the community better protects but said there's more to be done that was not the time to look back as an agency at all we've accomplished now is the time for us to look ahead to what we can accomplish what we will accomplish in a letter to officer Shea said he's frustrated residence positive sentiments about police are not reflected in news coverage she plans to expand neighborhood policing strategies but also said that new Yorkers must respect the police New York congressman Hakim and Jeffrey says he is encouraging Senate Republicans hold a hearing with hunter Biden but he doubts the proceeding will actually take place why haven't we seen that happen because they don't really want to call hunter by then before the Congress because they know it will turn out to be a nothing Parker Jeffries was on the Brian Lehrer show last week Republican senator Lindsey Graham requested documents on former vice president Joe Biden and a son hunter is working Ukraine Jeffries is a member of the house Judiciary Committee which will hold its first public hearing tomorrow with a panel of impeachment scholars and once you administration is considering reducing the amount time inmates spend in solitary confinement in city jails activists experts and formerly incarcerated people testified yesterday demanding that the department of correction and all solitary confinement a woman named candy who wouldn't give her last name describe her time in solitary that the office does not want you to go direct you're not going to go to recreation if you don't get if you if if you are female you ask the sanitary napkins guess what you won't get any sanitary napkins.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"south jamaica" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly the national security council's top expert on Ukraine reportedly told house investigators the partial transcript of president trump's July phone call with the president of Ukraine omitted crucial words and phrases and pay ours quality occur solace has more on yesterday's closed door testimony from US army lieutenant colonel Alexander van van The New York Times is reporting that then men told house investigators that be partial transcript released by the White House is missing key phrases he said that this included a trump assertion of recordings of vice president Joe Biden as well as a mention of charisma holdings which is the energy company where Joe Biden son hunter worked in this undercuts what the president has said in the past at the White House had a quote word for word comma for comma transcript that with silence his critics to mid level state department officials are scheduled to testify today later today the federal reserve is expected to announce another cut in interest rates amid the ongoing U. S. China trade dispute and a global economic slowdown here's NPR Scott Horsley the White House is trying to shift blame for the slowing economy on to the federal reserve and its decision last year to raise interest rates four times already the fed has reversed to those rate hikes and it's expected to cut rates for a third time later today this is NPR news from Washington and this is W. NYC in New York I'm should be the best still following the shooting death of a fourteen year old boy in queens on Saturday local leaders are calling for more resources for use in south Jamaica Amir Griffin was killed by a stray bullet while playing basketball at Paisley park houses a public housing complex public advocate you money Williams says the boy's death signals a need for serious investment in the community this is a.

"south jamaica" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"south jamaica" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I heart radio station we have sixty four degrees and rain at two o'clock good afternoon I'm Steve greenfield president trump announced that the leader of ISIS is dead making the announcement this morning at the White House president trump watch this operation in real time he said in the situation room surrounded by members of the military the secretary of defense and others from his administration he watched as US special forces closed in on Abu Bakar al Baghdadi in a compound in northwestern Syria he was there with members of his family children wives and others the president said there were more dead than alive but some adults were taken captive by god he was killed after he detonated a suicide that sets ABC's Erin to Turkey congressman Adam Schiff is calling John Bolton a very important witness in the ongoing president trump impeachment probe the house intelligence committee chairman told ABC's this week Bolton has emerged as a key witness based on testimony others have given during closed door depositions he says Boldon has very relevant information and the committee wants him to testify but fears the White House will try to block that from happening the witness depositions have so far been limited to members of three house committees involved in the inquiry police are investigating after a fourteen year old boy was shot and killed on a basketball court in queens shots rang out last night just after eight o'clock at the basically park houses near guy brewer Boulevard in south Jamaica councilwoman Adrian Adams questions how the shooting could have taken place with the police watch tower nearby we had this guy.

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AM 970 The Answer

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"south jamaica" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"This is A. M. nine seven the answer we have light rain cloudy skies rain could be heavy at times today but a sunny day for tomorrow good morning what's going on we have the answer police investigating after a fourteen year old boy was shot and killed and when bullets rang out on a basketball court in queens helps women eight Adams says they don't believe the child was the intended target just looks like another senseless shooting up in the air for reasons only known to the shooter police say that this happened last night just after eight o'clock at the bays Lee park houses near guy brewer Boulevard in south Jamaica the teen shot in the neck taken to Jamaica hospital where he died police sources say a person of interest is in custody in a Bronx man is under arrest in connection to the assault of twins in New Jersey twenty seven year old Jonathan Melendez is charged with two counts of aggravated assault and endangering the welfare of a child after the twins were found with multiple fractures and head trauma Melinda's the biological father of the twins was arrested Friday in Hackensack university Medical Center where the children were being treated for their injuries police say the mother rush the intense to the hospital after one of them was unresponsive authorities say one baby is in stable condition the other is in critical condition all the Castro NBC news radio New Jersey and a man being questioned in the deadly shooting of a Staten Island mom forty year old Kevin Smith surrendered through his attorney and spoke with detectives it was around one in the morning on Thursday when the thirty eight year old woman was shot in the head while inside of herself Avenue home and mariners harbor the victim's son and step son fifteen and sixteen or home but they were not injured the name of the deceased has yet to be released and our weather for today cloudy rain will be heavy at times sixty five right now it's fifty eight and for tomorrow sunny and up to seventy you now know what's going on I'm Chris Moore our on the answer up next on the answer here's the Lutheran hour.

"south jamaica" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"south jamaica" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Live and local talk show for your ride W. O. R. tonight with Joe concha six till nine weeknights on seventeen W. I heart radio station it's fifty eight degrees at six o'clock good morning I'm shook Bala president trump is expected to announce this morning that the leader of ISIS has been killed by U. S. forces the CIA reportedly assisted and locating Abu Baqer al Baghdadi in north west Syria yesterday and the raid was carried out by special operations commandos Pentagon officials said there was a brief firefight when forces entered the compound and that Baghdad he killed himself by detonating a suicide vest final confirmation is pending while DNA testing is conducted five subway riders are under arrest including teenagers after a fight with police on Friday afternoon at the Jay street MetroTech station in Brooklyn officials say two large groups for fighting on Jay street and it continued in the train station one of the teens punched an officer and there's viral video of the brawl on the subway platform police are investigating after fourteen year old boy was shot and killed on a basketball court in queens shots rang out Saturday night just after eight o'clock at the basically park houses near guy brewer Boulevard in south Jamaica killing a fourteen year old boy councilwoman Adrian Adam says they don't believe the teen was the intended target it just looks like another senseless shooting up in the air for reasons only known to the shooter the boy was shot in the neck and taken to Jamaica hospital where he died.

"south jamaica" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"south jamaica" Discussed on 710 WOR

"They say they want to come back to the N. T. court some more stuff because it is a lot of stuff in the back get to read more I mean this is neighbors helping neighbors right yeah some people join it did you see all the bags they got rid off yeah because I can hardly wait to see this neighborhood come out because I mean these these people fix up their warm they don't want to see tear and online dot so they're doing themselves in south Jamaica queens and not this is not a city agency helping him out not at all so Sheldon here we heard from yesterday who has been Carmen's friend for many years is you know leading the effort along with the owner of the house which is described as an ex boyfriend of hers and a couple neighbors pitching in to help out. for all the time I realize she's a sick person what am I gonna still for her I give her the help she needs what whatever whatever hope she needs a little even to get rid of the bottles of a given the help she needs she's a sick person so how long is this gonna take yeah how is this gonna take. I'm really really long time especially if he only has one band you all band I mean there's so much stuff there it's going to take weeks or at least a week if they did it every day the sanitation department in the health department are still trying to get a court order that's what they would need if they were going to come in and clean it up so hopefully you'll get this cleaned up before they have to come in with a court order and I don't know what happens to the fines because there's the fines are probably three hundred thousand dollars in fines I don't know if the house is worth three hundred thousand dollars so I don't know if he's going to get some help on that I I can't imagine you have to sell the house the code to pay the fine. yeah that that's a tough situation to at is up so what is this neighbor pointed out the the these there's an issue here that says more than just being a hoarder I mean there's some is there some serious mental illness going on here sure. you know people have offered this woman help there was a lot of blame going around yesterday cleaning city officials will the fact is it a mental health person comes your door wants to help you you have to let the men yeah the citation apartment says clean it up they can't just go on private property and start cleaning up your your property they they can't do that they need a court order so it's really it's just a really rough situation you can't make people do things they really don't want to do. yeah all right Alice thanks a lot thanks Alice are there for a good.

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The Confessionals

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"south jamaica" Discussed on The Confessionals

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77WABC Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"south jamaica" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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