17 Burst results for "Susan B. Anthony"
"susan b. anthony" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"It all started at a tea party. 13 years before the American Civil War, civil unrest and division separated countrymen into two opposing camps. One determined to keep African American people enslaved, the other determined to see all people free Elizabeth Cady Stanton and fresh tomato felt the call to fight for that freedom when they Selected as delegates for an anti slavery convention, but upon arrival were told they could not speak or vote at the male dominated event. On July 9th 18, 48, Stanton and three other women met for teeth. By the end of the day, They formed a coalition with the sole purpose of gaining the right for women to vote, so they, in turn would be free to fight for the freedoms of others. Women across America United And former activist groups working tirelessly to win the vote for American women. The unconquerable Susan B. Anthony became one of the most visible leaders of women's suffrage win in 18 72. She registered and voted for every Republican on the ballot as punishment for her actions. She was arrested for illegal voting. At the request of Susan B. Anthony senator, a sergeant introduced the 19th amendment. In 18 78. Susan B. Anthony amendment was submitted and defeated four times. But women continue to fight Sojourner truth and many other black suffragettes defied segregation fighting for all women's voices to be heard and allowed to vote for the two years prior to ratification. This silent sentinels finally picketed the White House. Finally, when Republicans regain control of Congress on August 26 1920 equal suffrage amendment was signed into law. Women's suffrage movement took 72 years and would change the lives of women forever. Victory was achieved peacefully through the valiant efforts of women patriots and the Democratic process. 100. Years later, in a bold declaration of rights for women, President Trump rented a whole pardon to Susan B. Anthony on the 1/100 anniversary of the 19th amendment ratification. Women's suffrage was born from a desire to fight for the freedom of others. There's now way Great Patriots of America will band together once again, and with one unified voice. We will vote for freedom. That video, narrated by Lara.
"susan b. anthony" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"13 years before the American Civil War, civil unrest and division separated countrymen into two opposing camps. One determined to keep African American people in slaved the other determined to see all people free Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Christian mob felt the call to fight for that. Them when they were selected as delegates for an anti slavery convention. But upon arrival, we were told they could not speak or vote at the male dominated event on July 9 18 48 lot. Stanton and three other women met for teeth. By the end of the day, they formed a coalition with the sole purpose of gaining the right for women to vote, so they in turn would be free to fight for the freedom of others. Women across America, United informed activist groups working tirelessly to win the vote for American women. The unconquerable Susan B. Anthony became one of the most visible leaders of women's suffrage win in 18 72. She registered and voted for every Republican on the ballot as punishment for her actions. She was arrested for illegal voting. At the request of Susan B. Anthony senator, a sergeant introduced the 19th amendment. In 18 78. Susan B. Anthony amendment was submitted and defeated four times. But women continued to fight Sojourner truth, and many other black suffragettes defied segregation fighting for all women's voices to be heard and allowed to vote for the two years prior to ratification. Silent sentinels finally picketed the White House. Finally, when Republicans regain control of Congress on August 26 1920 equals The amendment was signed into law. Women's suffrage movement took 72 years and would change the lives of women forever. Victory was achieved peacefully through the valiant efforts of women. Patriots hand the democratic process. 100. Years later, In a bold declaration of rights for women, President Trump granted a full pardon to Susan B. Anthony on the 1/100 anniversary of the 19th amendment ratification women's suffrage. From a desire to fight for the freedom of others. Now way great Patriots of America will band together once again, and with one unified voice. We will vote for freedom. I'm Carrie Mcenany. You may know me as a supporter of President Trump. But tonight I'm here to share with you how.
"susan b. anthony" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Anthony became one of the most visible leaders of women's suffrage win in 18 72. She registered and voted for every Republican on the ballot as punishment for her actions. She was arrested for illegal voting. At the request of Susan B. Anthony senator, a sergeant introduced the 19th amendment. In 18 78. Susan B. Anthony amendment was submitted and defeated four times. But women continued to fight Sojourner truth, and many other black suffragettes defied segregation fighting for all women's voices to be heard and allowed to vote for the two years prior to ratification. Silent sentinels finally picketed the White House. Finally, when Republicans regain control of Congress on August 26 1920 equals Amendment was signed into law. Women's suffrage movement took 72 years would change the lives of women forever. Victory was achieved peacefully through the valiant efforts of women. Patriots hand the Democratic process. 100. Years later, In a bold declaration of rights for women, President Trump granted a full pardon to Susan B. Anthony on the 1/100 anniversary of the 19th amendment. Ratification. Women's suffrage was From a desire to fight for the freedom of others. Now way great Patriots of America will band together once again, and with one unified voice. We will vote for freedom. You may know me as a supporter of President Trump, But tonight I'm here to share with you how he supported.
"susan b. anthony" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"GotTa. We gotta stop just playing the songs and we've got a start living m a little bit Sam Schreier. PROTOTYPICAL suburban American Dad I. For Your family difficult weekend. Yes, sir. Yup I my my grandmother passed away this past week. So sorry. Yeah. Thanks And So it was actually a week ago today and So I was help help my mom this week we planned out the the service for her which. Be the. The good news is I guess if there's a silver lining to it, was that learned a lot about how they're doing with these services now and all and all this stuff Friday night we had we had the calling hours we did the colliers and they let us go three hours and we all wear masks and it was you know we we could socially distance. If he wanted they said once you're in there and said if you you know if if. You wanted to hug somebody or something he felt comfortable whatever the comfort level was. They were okay with it just as long as you had the masks on for the most part and you know they. They noted that the tenants seem to be down out my grandmother's she's eighty six. She had a great life but they had told me when I was the you know when we were going up there they had some younger people that pass and they said they noticed. Set. Just the attendance had been down at some of these calling like big ones that they would expect. The also said that they're only allowed to have one one calling hours at a time. So they have multiple rooms and they can only use the one. Yeah and they they told me that even the ones that were in like April and March April may that people said that they were going to do the services later on when at least said most people just Didn't WanNa do it anymore just because they didn't want to relive that the you know the sad stuff whatever but I thought it went good. We you know we decent and then we had we had a service at the church on Saturday and it just it was great. It was totally social destined, right? They had the the first Pew was closed off and we were in the second pew with the family up and then every other one was was shut down would. Get every every other one and they even did communion. You know while you were there which you know and they had that setup socially this. Weekend Church. Was It was a Church of Christ? Yeah. Yeah. and So yeah, and it was great and the priests was he came and came to the future the funeral the home to do a prayer and to the cemetery too. So yeah, I'm sorry about that. Yeah. When okay though Yeah I went God. It was. It was how my grandmother you know was hoping that it would be and and I'm fortunate that it was at this point that we could. You know my mom was fortunate enough that you know what again in March, right right. You know and I feel bad for for people that just couldn't and do any of that stuff but your family heritage is also Jewish. Yeah. My Dad's side. Yup. My Mom's side is is a Catholic, the Catholic side yeah, did uh your. How long is it done pushing? How long has your Dad's side of the family been in the United States Longtime. Yeah, Oh yeah. As from as long as I can remember back to my great great grandmother but yeah, for as long as I can remember they they've been here. Yeah. It'd be interesting. You know you wonder you know Anita don't like. Use other people's lives and experiences like their museum to visit or something like that. But you wonder what it would have been like to be say Jewish person in. America or anywhere in the world in the in the in the mid and late forties as as the Holocaust. Yeah. Aware as people discovered what was happening and what had had happened, and then as you know, some of the people came over wonder you know what that did to from a Jewish standpoint and a person's identity. Gosh. I like as far as like like not wanting to anybody know that you're you're Jewish noble like to think to discover. Oh my gosh. Yeah of my faith were. Rosalie, and specifically targeted. You know you know it's interesting So my dad for a long time, he worked at like a like a senior home you know for for a long time. Not assisted living, but not a nursing home but like right before that, any rate there is there some people there that were like years old and some Jewish and and up to that I talk to them. I actually had a conversation how how did it go? How did you live there and they told the whole story about all that stuff and you're right it's absolutely it's absolutely amazing to think especially. People that survived that or how they got over here. They got through it and what they did. Yeah and the twentieth centuries tough on Jewish people even before that like the older folks and I were you when I was young with would come out of czarist. Russia right. You know many of them and it's also funny you talk about concealing hiding whatever else like that I I had a stepfather whose mother. was. I I. I. Don't know how I know of this or and I, and so I can't say there was a case but she of course was Jewish. Yeah. What I'm saying she cooked a whole ver- aw I'm a little kid. You know what do I know but she was culturally different from the rest of US hillbillies she she cooked a whole. You know a a bunch of foods which are very closely associated with Eastern European Jewish families and there was no story of her there. You know when you're Telo family story, she told none right She had a name that you can you look it up it can be Jewish. But it was just I don't know but she was no Irish Irish and and she just wasn't you know and this would have been in the nineteen sixties or whatever, and clearly her life and it would have been a life you're in upstate New York had taught her not to not to be Jewish. Yeah. It's amazing like you see like the the shows on TV which of course are glamorized right like you watch ten commandments for instance. Or some of the other shows like that, where they they show on their how they are persecuted in what they went through and all this stuff and they almost people actually watch that and they feel in their mind that it's not okay to talk about redundancy to say you know this is how I feel or this is what I am. This is how I go. I mean even like even like, for instance when I when I was growing. Up I mean and I was I was in high school in two thousand right and and West Rhonda kway there it doesn't seem to be that there was a ton of quote unquote Jewish people in what you're doing and I I never felt comfortable like always saying to them like, Hey, I'm Jewish. Or this is what I need to have because like that district some districts like Brighton right you you. You get they give the high holy off. Right and I was always.
"susan b. anthony" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"Douglass and not also for Susan. B. Anthony I. Think there were making a mistake and I know that. Right now in contemporary, Rochester both those names get thrown around a lot and basically I think that a lot of people think that well, when the black activists are, you know raising a Ruckus we throw out Frederick Douglass Frederick Douglass. I'm sorry and when we win the feminist activists are making a Ruckus we throw out a Susan B Anthony and say Oh look at these people here. But here's the deal I don't care or have anything to do with the current politics or activists or anything else like that just as a matter of history. American history in Rochester history. These are pretty big deals Frederick Douglass and Susan B Anthony, and a Douglas of course is worthy of having the air airport named after him. But in all honesty to overlook Susan B. Anthony with with that honor is kind of a disrespect to history and the bridge downtown a Freddie sewer, the Frederick Douglass Susan B. Anthony. Memorial Bridge whatever you call it. It has both their names on there in all honesty because there is an intertwined history and legacy, and there is an equality of significance to America in both these people I mean it's an odd thing. You don't find a lot of people like that in a lot of towns in. America. But that is the reality for for Rochester. So I have a column about you at eleven eighty dot com saying, let's let's measure twice and cut once before we start ordering new signs, you know we've got past a little bit the the heightened emotions of the black lives matter protests. Let's stop and think here right and you know if it's the Douglas Anthony Bridge why can't it be the Anthony Douglas Airport? Right seriously and you know we've talked about this. A lot of women's rights people will go to Seneca Falls. This is the Gateway Airport to that, and anyway I don't want to remake the case but a tangent of that was over the weekend I was reading. About you know refreshing my understanding from years past of the relationship between Anthony and Douglas. He was just two years older than she was they both. Came here to Rochester about the same time in the mid eighteen, forty s I think it was. And the deal is that they probably met shortly after they they each came here and Susan B. Anthonys Dad had a farm in in the southwest portion of the city. And I'm trying to figure out exactly where that was. Some people say there was on Brooks Avenue the there's a sign on post avenue. Which is one block to the east of Thurston Avenue parallel to it. There's a sign there about a cousin of Susan B. Anthonys had a farm or a house that was a stop on the underground railroad. But at the Anthony Farm where Susan B.'s dad lived and where the family first lived when they came to Rochester, they were quaker people Susan B. Anthony had been engaged in the abolitionist movement since she was a little girl right she led a big petition petition drive when she was just a teenager. So they moved to Rochester, they continue with their spiritual in their political views. And at the Anthony Farm in the South West there was a excuse me. they had meetings of at a an abolitionist meetings and Susan B Anthony and Frederick Douglass both attended those meetings and presumably met there at the at the Anthony at the Anthony. House and I was just trying to figure out where that is. Now here's the thing if you look at an old Plat map and I didn't find this very grateful to a local genealogist who did find it for me via social media yesterday. But if you look at an old Plat map from you know the like the eighteen forties and fifties in Rochester. Genesee street is marked in a nears another road to the west of that parallel to genesee. Actually the first road pass genesee and it's it doesn't have a name, but there is a a property there that's owned by a man named Thurston. They're also as a property they're owned by a man name I. Think it's Nevins. Nevins was the I I might be off on that name I. think that's what it is. Nevins was the name of the family that this old lady she was the last of the line she left her property to the Presbyterian Church and that property became the Rochester Presbyterian home, which is still exists there. So the deal was that. It was the Nevin property where the Presbyterian churches now across the street from that was this man named Thurston and diagonally across the street from him was Susan B. Anthonys Dad's farm, and so my presumption is that unnamed street is Thurston road. If you go about a block south of there, there is an Anthony Street the goes east and West perpendicular to Thurston whether that's named after. Her Dad's farm or whether it's named after the cousins farm I want to go out there and see there's an historical marker for the cousins farm as a stop on the underground railroad. But there's no marker for the Anthony Farm at any rate I used to be curious know where this is and a little bit in part because I've I, have a book coming out this fall. That sort of focuses on Thurston and Brooks that intersection it stems out of that attempted robbery. Last Christmas Eve that took place there. I just put. It's a very small book like twelve, Thirteen, thousand words but it just looks at some of the people and places of that area and I in the book I mentioned the how the Presbyterian home came to be but I did not know About Susan B.. anthonys connection. So if I can sort that out I'd like to get that in that in that little book, they'll be coming out. I would just go to the Susan B Anthony House but I'm afraid if I knocked on the door and said hi Bob Lansbury and the the the the Earth would cave in beneath it but I appreciate like crazy in the history of Of this town and of those two people and be honest with you Frederick. Douglass. Found success in his quest I. think he was forty seven when when the emancipation came out and he lived the last third of his life, you know it in with a great deal of personal success he. he he was appointed to a series of offices by in Republican presidential administrations and he was a he was a very important person and life went well for him. Susan B. Anthony. fought all her life and never. In her lifetime she did not get the she did not see the federal right to vote and hers is a story of struggle all her life and again, the irony is that she personally fought directly to try to get a black people the vote. And black men were able to vote for the last forty years of her life even though she could not legally do. So the again I recognize that sometimes these people are co opted may be in there. You know they're used to advance some people's progressive politics and that's fine I don't care. But in the general, the honest to goodness history whoever you are, these people are pretty inspiring in one other thing on on writing the book I want to. This is a dumb thing I I don't know if.
"susan b. anthony" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"My palms are sweaty three. I could do it. I can do three things I can do. Three will work in reverse order. We'll talk about the last one. Okay, The first one here. Go ahead line around. Okay, blank. Winds number one pick overall in upcoming India draft tendrils. That's right. Oh, the wolves to 5 40% of the land the number one pick in the upcoming MBA draft 2020 Redemption tour, baby So sorry for that guy over there. Sorry. I'm sorry. What? We're gonna have three major sports championships in the state of Minnesota by this time next year. Love it. All right. You guys ready to get another one here? Okay. National Blank. Museum rejects Trump's pardon. This's a funny one. National Blank Museum rejects Trump's pardon I've no idea. Susan B. Anthony. How do your correct? I don't know. Reject a pardon, but they did. But how do you do that reject? No. Put me back in jail. The museum dedicated to the memory of Susan B. Anthony has on her behalf declined President Donald Trump's pardon. Of the late woman suffrage leader which you know suffered. Sounds bad, but it was a good thing. Um yeah. Critics accused Trump of performing an empty gesture with the partner and get and given his relentless attacks on mail in voting and baseless allegations from the 2020 election. Okay, Yeah. National Susan B. Anthony Museum and House in Rochester explain in a trigger thread. Why they objected. And that was the reason that was the reason why for it. Could you get a little more petty seriously? Doesn't matter. What he does is you get a little more petty doesn't matter what he does reject a part you don't I refused to be pardoned. Meanwhile, the ghost of Susan B. Anthony is like guys seriously high. Yeah, from could come out today and say that Steve Bannon deserves to be behind bars. And they would let Steve Bannon go. All right, one more, okay, one more blank, trying to get fans into the seats of blame him. Vikings trying to get fans in the seats of the U. S Bank stadium. That's two points A and one point, Nick, I think we have our prize.
"susan b. anthony" Discussed on WTRH
"Toward women and slaves can be heard over the choppy waters of inequality like minded women unite an opposition to slavery. With its abuses and inhumanity. He also unite to fight for the rights of women. The right of equal pay for equal work. The right of legal equality. And most importantly, the right to vote. Leading the charge our women who rightfully reason That without the benefit of a ballot. Meaning to vote without the voice of her vote. Acquiring other rights will be an uphill back up a pill Klein A woman's right to vote will deliver the key necessary to unlock the door of exclusion. Several women are influential not only in addressing equal rights rights for women, meaning the right to vote, but also in affirming equal rights for all American citizens, regardless of race or gender. After hearing an impassioned speech At the National Women's Rights Convention. And Syracuse, New York one young lady Susan B. Anthony makes the brave decision to confront inequality. Injustice and intolerance meet courage and endurance. Susan B. Anthony raised a Quaker A group and grain with basic right for of equality for women is prepared in position to raise high the banner for women's rights through both teamwork. And opposition. He fights hard for women and goes to bat for college education. Oh, my goodness and equal pay for teachers. Other women share her passion. No most are married, which over and have less time to devote to the effort. Yet they work together. Taking a stand for basic equality between men and women,.
"susan b. anthony" Discussed on WSB-AM
"That their hometown was Susan B. Anthony's hometown, which happens to be the home town that she was arrested in for voting back in the 18 sixties. I believe Rochester, New York. And she was pardoned yesterday and then Trump did it as a political thing. But then Tim Andrews is telling me that the left is angry because she didn't want to be pardoned. Yeah, she would have wanted, too was an act of defiance, and she was proud of it. She never admitted She did anything wrong and Trump's just I What I wonder about Susan B. Anthony. I don't know this, but I think a lot of people on the left would be surprised if some of their heroes came back from like 18 60. Kind of like with Abraham Lincoln showed up on the starships Starship Enterprise. Yeah, he was a good guy for his time. But he was a little out of his time. Yeah, turned out. He was the most racial person wrote racially charged person. On the deck of the future, but I think a lot of what they all prohibitionist. I don't know about her in particular. Ah, lot of the Ah, they wanted the vote because they wanted to be able to vote for Prohibition. I think the first thing that happened Yeah. Temperance, right? Yeah. Get the vote 1920. Then a few years later, you can't buy alcohol anymore. Thanks. Well, I wasn't alive, so didn't affect me. I just think it's I think it's funny that if a lot of like leftist today I think if they met some of their heroes I think they'd be way more conservative than they would expect because I think even being somewhat not conservative in 18 60 compared to now. You'd still be seen as a pretty conservative person. But she was pardoned, but I do. I am looking on Wikipedia here, and she was invited to the White House in her day President William McKinley. Invited her. She celebrator 80th birthday party was in the White House with McKinley. So maybe she didn't want to be pardoned. I don't know. Or maybe the left is just angry that a Republican did it. Maybe they want a dollar coin. Back in circulation was she was on the quarter. Back in 19 0. She was down in the quarter. She was the it looks like, According to me, it looked like dollars dollars. It didn't really work out. The Susan B. Anthony Dollar didn't do any better than the Ah In the second away a gold looking dollars. Are you parties on the old quote? What are you part of doing all that all the women who have been on coins on they all those women who have been on money in the United States part and to whom they have not done Well, That's why there That's what they going to do better when there is a $20 bill, there's going to be changed. Harriet Tubman that one people used well, even less now than they used to because of digital currency and everything is done online, but people still do have $20 bills. In their pockets that will be used. But you could never. It was a bad idea to put to try to put women on the money and then put them on money that no one ever used people people had no use for a coin. That was a dollar ever. In America. They just never had a use for it. And I remember the Susan B. Anthony was too much like a quarter. It seemed like a quarter. But it was actually a dollar and it got passed around that people were losing 75 cents here and there was not a good get You know, they get sexist that people chose George Washington over over Susan B. Anthony for their dollar. Ah, well, since Susan B. Anthony didn't exist. When George Washington No. One that I don't know when George Washington was first put on the dollar bill, That's a good question. That's a good question, but I think no, I don't think that that is sexist. I think he was the he was the first president. So he's going to find his way on the money. I just think they should have done anything that would give it to Susan B. Anthony or Sacha Julia. They should put just changed out one of the one of the bills because people actually used the bills. So it just goes to the Trump pardons. Susan B. Anthony and the left figures out a way to get outraged by it. He will, whether she wanted it or not. Is it outrageous? Oh, my God. So she no longer has a criminal history. And I guess that's what the left is mad about. She wanted the criminal history. Yeah, that wasn't that wasn't necessary. Once the vote came along in 1920, then, very shortly thereafter, nobody was allowed to drink anymore. Led to a lot of speakeasies. Now I'm not saying that That's the one issue that women vote on now, whether or not the government should stop their husbands from drinking all night long, but that's how it started. Is that not how it started to my wrong You 100% correct. So you know a lot of times. You can't hold that against women there the first time out, you get it wrong. They were all for Prohibition. 59 was when George Washington was first put on the dollar bill. So people want Texas when they chose George Watch, but his wife Martha Washington was featured in 18 86. No featured on the bill again. You mean made a guest appearance like dollar bills, like with that? Like the Love Boat? Sorry shirt, did she Did she do a collab with Eminem? She was like that tiny owl that used to be on the $100 bill, yet it's not there any more. I don't believe that we get into the conspiracy theories about that. This has been a weird show. Follow up on the studies. You know, this has not really been a radio show so much as it has been listening to. Ah, Ah, people talk on the telephone. I understand that you're trying to do it actually try to do a radio show for the next. I don't know, 50 minutes or so. So you started with a couple of studies we didn't follow up on, so let's start there. Actually, a couple of poles. Eric wanted to combine two pole. I want to combine two poles, but I had to ask you permission if that was okay. If I combine the poles or not. Well, it depends on never mind. I'll get in trouble. All right. The first one is a channel to pool our bodies upstairs. They determined that Trump and why do you keep calling them are buddies that we ever gone out with them. Wait. Have we ever had a barbecue with the channel to people Has that ever happened? We did. We had that one was told we're trying to do the convergence member. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah, I remember that. Everybody from Channel two sat at one picnic table, and everybody in radio set the other picnic table because that's just the way it is in the prison yard. Things stick to your own right with Daniel with Jared. You would. Yeah..
"susan b. anthony" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Bowie. I tell you, it is an amazing world out there today to The Washington Post and The New York Times trashing Susan B. Anthony because Orange Man bad President Donald Trump says Susan B. Anthony is good on The New York Times after 100 Years of praising Susan B. Anthony Says she's a racist pig on then they praise Bill Clinton on the Democrat Party, and they make up all the stuff about she withdrew his support for the 15 men Total. Miss Samantha Schmidt is just a gender betrayer of the first order. Andi, They're smearing her. It's there. There really something there. They're just they're just something and they're attacking. Or they think they went in. Found A And who was that? Steven Portnoy. Today, CBS radio is tweeting out that they have all gone to this left wing person at the Susan B. Anthony Museum. Who is trashing trump and staying. Susan B. Anthony doesn't want the pardon. Well, no, she should be exhumed and jailed. What do you say will just throw you in jail and the Washington Post, as still many said she didn't do enough to advocate for black voting rights. Well, neither did Barack Obama. But, you know, you guys think that he's Jesus on Earth. Then Racquel Willis, a black transgender activist and communications director for the MS Foundation for Women. This is where the Washington Post and Samantha Smith went to for comment. They went to Rachael Willis. They black, transgender activists and communications director for the MS Foundation for Women, which no one has ever heard of. Tweeted Tuesday. It makes sense that Trump would pardon Susan B. Anthony, a white feminists who didn't mind turning her back on black folks. This is of course, completely slanderous and false, but that doesn't bother you. Cement a Schmidt the gender traitor at the Washington Post, working for Dr Evil, the richest man in the world, by the way, Susan B. Anthony worked with Frederick Douglass Red regularly worked with Ida B. Wells regularly met frequently with leaders of black churches and with black students on historically black college campuses. And still, she's not pure enough for the Racists of the Democrat Party. Today. The pardon also sends a message that answer Anthony was the most important suffragist. And Alison laying an associate professor of history at Wentworth Institute of Technology, another institution. No one has ever heard of said, and that's a message I don't agree with. That's the entire quote, waited a long interview with her, and that's it, And that's a message I don't agree with. That's the quote. There's a reason Anthony's face is perhaps the most recognizable among suffragists. She was ah, one of a few who spent substantial time and money distributing portrait of herself. Like Obama again. We got more Obama stuff going, said Susan B. Anthony is now a goat. She is a villain. She's nobody. She didn't do anything. Oh, you kids got a treasure smear. Her is a very, very slimy people. Very slimy people. Big, Very slimy people. You know, Ellen degenerate. Some people, people that know her color, smell and degenerate. Is that true? People call her smelling. Well, see, Ellen sounds like smelling. So when you're in your named Ellen, and you're in fourth grade people call you smell And if your name is de generous, it sounds like degenerate. So sometimes people you know, equate too generous with the general called Smell in degenerate. Sometimes people do. It's not very nice, but not everybody's always nice, like all those violent mobs that the Democrat Party is loose in our cities, burning and looting and destroying and beating people and mob violence. That the news media covers up actively eyes there Any story in the post on the young man in Portland that was beaten nearly to death by the left wing. Black Lives matter. Mob. I'm just Is there anything in there? I don't think there is. They don't cover that. Because they're not a newspaper there. Filthy, corrupt Nicks and Samantha Schmidt is like the Uncle Tom of feminism. She is That searches for the first time in 100 years. The Washington Post is smearing Susan B. Anthony, and they test Samantha Schmidt with doing it because she was eager to betray her gender. Now, Ellen, generous smelling degenerate. Some people she apparently they fired three producers. Senior producers at her little TV show business. Reputation, never minded her. She seemed fine to me. She even did 20 comedy back in the old days, but she she's big. She's like a $100,000,500 million. She's wealthy private jet wealthy, multiple estates wealthy from TV because, you know dent with Barack Obama and stuff like that. And find find, but it turns out she created a toxic work and environment and allowed her producers to be racist and sexist pigs. And and everybody knew it for years. And then finally somebody raised their head and said, Excuse me, sir. I'd like some more. And they said that everybody there is a pig. And so they fired three of the senior producers and now smelling degenerates. Reputation is not the pier is the driven snow thing, wink wink that it was before So and I was talking to one woman yesterday and said, I think this is the end of smelling degenerate on affection said smell into general. But this is the end of Ellen DeGeneres Center show that can't survive this. She's been canceled because toxic But wait because it gets better. My my buddy Marty sent me along a fine piece here. The National Organization for Women, the president of the National Organization for Women. Perhaps you've heard of it. That one we've actually heard of. That's now now It sounds like a demand. It's in all caps. National Organization for Women president resigns after claims of quote Toxic work environment. Hey, wait a minute. What they move smell into generates producers over there something the president of the National Organization for Women now just in case you don't know resigned in the wake of an internal investigation that found evidence of Government issues that's in quotation marks and in quotation marks again a toxic work and viral upon announcing she was stepping down Tony Van Pelt. Is that, like a fake name is that really the national and Tony Van Pelt is the name because that sounds like a made up porn name or something like that sent an email to her colleagues on the board, claiming as the reason for resignation. Very painful health issue reported the daily Beast. So that means they're lying. Is that is that what I'm saying? That you're lying about this? So they lied. The National Organization for Women had attacked toxic work environment. They had analysis they found the toxic work environment. And then they forced her out, and then she lied because she is a lefty, and that's what they do. If they're talking, they're line. She reportedly added that her doctor had implored her. Four months to stop working. I can only imagine how gruelling it must be being the President Tony Van Pelt of the National Organization for Women in the Age of Black lives matter when nobody's paying attention to women's lives. Yeah, That's what's going on Van Pelt's head Up Until now, she had been ignoring her doctor's advice, so it's really she really got into an elaborate lie here. But really, it's about the toxic work environment and that's and that's what's going on. That's who she is. She is resigning because of the toxic were converted. Kills, who wrote All black lives matter. She huge, dangerously close to saying all lives matter, and we know that that's not allowed from Tony Van Pelt. Hey, that's quite a Tony Van Pelt you have there. All lie all black lives matter, Not all lives. And then she wrote as a white woman should. She should probably open a vein in a tub and do a Frankie five Angels for the betterment of humankind. I'll never understand the experiences of women of color. Really you'll never understand. Will they understand your experiences? I challenge myself to address structural racism and recognize that this is a lifelong ongoing process. It's like being a drug addict or an alcoholic. You know, it's one day at a time. She should get her her chip her coin for like going one day without being a racist, something like that They should do that racist, anonymous The Democrats should start. What an embarrassment. This whole organization is what embarrassment The left is What a disgrace The leftist remember normal. It wasn't really that long ago. Now there, however, attacking Susan B. Anthony because President Trump pardoned her. And these people couldn't be bigger Hypocrites if it were their goal to become bigger hypocrites. Now here's something I mentioned a couple of days ago that we have started. It's the Chris Plante Show Storage. Chris Plante story. We just call it the Chris plant store. And it is available on Al Gore is amazing Internet Iowa's thank people for jumping in a couple of days ago. We have we have some T shirts and some coffee mugs and some some things and we're not. We're adding some things as we go along, and we've added something else this morning. Now the number of people we have T shirts with the department of Deep State, and it looks indiscernible from a State Department T shirt. There is a small Chris Plante show logo on the sleeve, but the State Department logo And if you look closely, it, says Department of Deep State United States America kind of nice..
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"That the student newspaper has investigated that, quite to the extent that they might You're suggesting that intentions here were good, Even if the way that all has all played out has not been away. Anyone would have wanted it too. Is there Is there a lesson learned here Or does this just underscore? How very, very difficult in person tuition is going to be in the middle of a pandemic? Um Yes. I mean, I think that you know, Human sea has some of the best public health infectious disease. Folks in the country Health communications. If we can't bring those resources to bear in the way that we did with a successful result, I think it should give every other large public university in the country pause before going forward. And in that way, I hope that our experience will be a real service to the country. And indeed how Perhaps the federal government needs to think about these things and help institutions of higher learning preserve all that they offer and the economic engine that they are, even if they have to take as what we've called it an off ramp. Professor Mimi Chapman. She tears the faculty at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, which has just announced it is abandoning plans to have students on campus on moving to a fully online model for the rest of the semester. Professor Chapman Thank you. Thank you for having me. President Trump issued a posthumous pardon to suffer just Susan B. Anthony today in 18 72. She was convicted of a felony attempting to vote. Today's pardon comes on the 1/100 anniversary of the passage of the 19th amendment, which gave women the right to vote. But in Rochester, New York, were Anthony lived and worked for most of her life. The move is getting a negative reaction. Among some as NPR's Liz Baker. Reports Christopher Ross and his wife are out for a walk in Mount Hope Cemetery with their seven year old daughter, making a stop at Susan B. Anthony's headstone. Take her out for the A great site. We know a lot of people come here on election data. They're stickers and so forth, Ross says. They're educating their daughter about Susan B. Anthony. But as for today's pardon, haven't spoken about that yet. Not huge fans and Feels a bit of pandering around the election, so I would prefer to keep her history separate from any connection to him. And his politics. The reason why he's doing what he's doing. What an opportunist. I mean, if he thinks he's going to get more women voters, I highly doubt it. Gwendolyn Warren is in town for a family funeral in the same cemetery and came over to pay her respects on the centennial. I think it's The idea itself apart in this wonderful but coming from him. Just doesn't cut it for me Among those who might also be angry about the party, Susan B. Anthony herself during her lifetime. She never wanted a pardon. She refused to pay one cent of the $100 find. She was issued and used her arrest and trial to gain publicity for the movement. She didn't think she did anything wrong, so why should she be pardoned? I think that President Trump misunderstands where Susan B. Anthony was coming from and what her stance. Wass. Linda Lapa is director of interpretation at the Susan B. Anthony Museum. If Susan B. Anthony were alive today about a speculates she'd probably be on Twitter using her pardon to get women out to vote in November. Liz Baker, NPR NEWS, Rochester, New York. As the convention's go, virtual morning edition is sitting down with voters to hear what keeps them up at night and how that might influence the vote in November. That story and more tomorrow on morning edition. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Daniel, you're hearing all things considered on public radio 5 18 time to check in on traffic.
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"Of the Democratic National Convention. Former first lady Michelle Obama gave the keynote speech saying President Trump is in over his head whenever we look to this White House for some leadership or consolation, or any semblance of steadiness. What we get instead is chaos division and a total and utter lack of empathy. I'm Stephen Portnoy. The president responds to Michelle Obama by criticizing her husband in a burst of tweets. Mr. Trump says he wouldn't be in the beautiful White House if it weren't for the job done by Barack Obama. He calls the Obama Biden administration. Most corrupt in history and says sarcastically, Thanks for your very kind words. Michelle. He knows speakers during tonight's DNC include Joe Biden's wife, Jill and former President Bill Clinton. President Trump, meantime, has planned trips to Arizona and Iowa today. Earlier this morning, he announced the pardon for a woman's suffrage leader. I will be signing a full and complete pardon for Susan B. Anthony. She was never pardon. Anthony was arrested 148 years ago for voting today marks the 1/100 anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendments. Granting women the right to vote. An investigation is underway after five Snohomish County P ut power poles were damaged. Utility says it appears the suspects used a chainsaw to damage those polls last week, causing a power outage affecting 4000 customers. Boeing says it's looking to shed even Mohr employees amid the pandemic. CBS's Diane King Hole has details. Planemaker says it will be offering employees another voluntary separation package that includes pay and benefits..
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"Trump's critics say his claims of widespread fraud are unfounded. Postmaster general will testify at the Senate on Friday. Then House Democrats will question him a hearing on Monday. Democrats claim that he and the president are trying to slow service to hurt the election, which he denies. Now the president is doing something symbolic on what is a historic day for voting rights. Fox's Rachel Sutherland explains Live David Posthumous Pardon for Susan B. Anthony on the 1/100 anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment, which gave women the right to vote. It was a monumental victory. Equality for justice and a monumental victory for America. President Trump announced the pardon, noting Anthony was tried and convicted of voting illegally. A monument of the suffragist stands in the U. S. Capitol. She described her today trial in 18 73 is the greatest judicial outrage history has ever recorded. Safe. Rachel the president's on his way to Iowa than Arizona's. He keeps going to battleground states during the Democratic Convention. If you think things cannot possibly get worse, Trust me, they can, and they will. If we don't make a change in this election, former first lady Michelle Obama on night number one Now tonight, the theme is leadership Matters will see AOC making a short appearance along with Senator Schumer, you'll see for President Bill Clinton. And he will see Dr Jill Biden will be interesting to see what she says Foxes Griff Jenkins. Democrats will also be nominating Joe Biden in a virtual state by state roll call tonight. Biden.
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"9 33 Today is the 1/100 anniversary of women getting the right to vote President Trump and the first lady will participate in the signing of a proclamation today and Mr Trump says he will pardon Susan B. Anthony arrested for voting in 18 72. Locally. There is an exhibit of the 19th amendment. Janice Monger is president and CEO of the Staten Island Museum, He tells 10 10 women was definitely central in a lot of the marches and New York State granted women the right to go in 1917. So we were ahead of the Federal Amendment, but they still advocated because we wanted to make sure women all over the country. And the latest information about that museum exhibit N Y C dot or GE? What about voting by mail? A lot of us could be doing that in November, and the House returns to Capitol Hill Saturday to vote on a $25 billion funding bill for the U. S Postal Service. Here's Linda Kenyon. A bill called The Delivering for America Act prohibits the Postal Service from implementing any changes to operations or the levels of service it had in place on January 1st 2020. The bill is meant to block recently implemented cost cutting steps ordered by new Postmaster General Lewis to Joy Ah Trump mega donor who assumed the post in June, President Trump has been casting aspersions on mail in voting, saying it is riddled with fraud. Postmaster general to Joy will testify before the Senate on Friday. The House on Monday the latest on New York schools reopening now, Governor Cuomo says it's up to you the parent whether schools truly are open. If the teachers don't come back, you don't have a school. If the parents don't send their students, you don't have a school. So the mentality of some of the school district's what? We're going to announce that the schools are open. I don't care what you announce for. Parent is not going to send this child. It doesn't matter what they say you pick or what plan you have. You have to make sure the parents and the teachers are comfortable and confident with it. The number of families opting out of classroom learning increased by 40,000 In the past week, the city Department of Education reports the percentage of distance learning requests increased from 26 to 30% in a week. Up next in 10. 10 wins ENTERTAINMENT. A shakeup at Ellen wins news time 9.
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"Hello from wonder media network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia with Monica. Today is Super Tuesday. That means for many people in the US. It's voting time if you're over the age of eighteen in the US you might take the right to vote for granted but for the vast majority of us that right was hard won and for many the fight lives on the woman were covering today advocated tirelessly and radically for the rights of women for attempt to vote ended with her arrest and paved the way for the nineteenth amendment. She was also an abolitionist. A supporter of temperance and labor rights and an education activists. We're talking about the one and only Susan B. Anthony Susan Brownell. Anthony was born on February fifteenth eighteen twenty and Adams Massachusetts to Daniel and Lucy. Anthony her father was a farmer. Susan and her. Seven siblings were raised in the quaker faith. Quakers believed that every person has a connection to God and therefore all people are equal. Susan's religious beliefs would shape much of her. Life's work during an eighteen thirty seven financial depression. Susan's family lost their farm. She was pulled out of school and Susan started teaching to support herself in eighteen forty. Five Susan's family moved to Rochester. New York there. The family farm became a gathering place for anti-slavery activists including William Lloyd Garrison and Frederick Douglass inspired by these luminaries. Susan decided to get involved fighting on a number of different fronts in eighteen forty eight. Susan made her first public speech at a daughters of temperance event. Alcohol abuse was a major issue in the nineteenth century. The temperance movement was really about much more than a simple dislike or disapproval of alcohol. Many women particularly married women were victims of alcohol. Fuelled violence and women at the time couldn't file for divorce and had no legal rights to their children or property. They were considered property themselves. Susan gathered thousands of signatures on a petition to limit the sale of alcohol in New York but the petition was disregarded because the signatures included those of women and children and the people in power didn't consider those signatures worthy in eighteen fifty one. Susan attended an Anti Slavery Convention in Seneca Falls New York there. She met kindred spirit. Elizabeth Katie Stanton. The two women would become a duo working together for more than fifty years starting in eighteen fifty. Three Susan began working diligently to expand women's rights in New York State. She lobbied for women to have rights to property and legal custody of their children. She and Elizabeth Katie Stanton also fought to reform divorce laws. The two were instrumental in the eighteen. Sixty passage of the New York state married women's Property Bill. Susan also fought for women to escape the era social norms when it came to dress alongside others in the movement. Susan tried wearing a shorter dress with bloomers and cut her hair but succumbed to dress norms when she decided her alternative clothes were distracting from her work in eighteen fifty. Six Susan became an agent with the American Anti Slavery Society. She made speeches arranged meetings and distributed literature across the country in favor of abolition during the civil war. Susan and Elizabeth Katie Stanton organized the women's loyalty which collected thousands of petitions to outlaw slavery. At the war's end and upon passage of the Thirteenth Amendment Abolishing Slavery Susan Elizabeth Cady Stanton and many in the suffragette movement believed. It was time to turn back to the rights of women. They advocated for women to be explicitly included in the Fourteenth Fifteenth amendments which enfranchised black men. When that didn't happen they were devastated. It's important to note here that perhaps before and definitely after women were left out of those amendments Susan B. Anthony Strategy and that of many of her peers was tainted by racism. Her efforts to expand the rights of women were really focused on the rights of white women sometimes at the expense of people of color like all historical figures and humans. Generally Susan was not entirely good or entirely bad and she has to be understood within her specific historical context. It's very safe to say that. She was a complex person with her fair share of flaws. Susan was also serious workaholic. She advocated for Workers Rights Educational Opportunities for women and equal pay for equal work among other things. She and Elizabeth Cady Stanton founded many organizations publications relevant to their work. Susan and Elizabeth as well as many other women's rights activists continued to believe that the Fifteenth Amendment should also give women the right to vote in eighteen seventy two. Susan took matters into her own hands on election day. Susan went to the front parlor of what was then seven Madison Street in Albany and voted. She was subsequently arrested and between her arrest at her trial. Susan spoke all over her county. Hush Ning the idea that it could be a crime for a citizen to vote at her trial. The judge refused to let jurors deliberate. Instead he demanded Susan be found guilty for much of the trial. Susan was barred from speaking when the judge routinely asked if she had anything to say she gave a lengthy speech in which she said. For in your ordered verdict of guilty you have trampled underfoot every vital principle of our government. My natural rights my civil rights my political rights. My judicial rights are all alike ignored. Susan was fined one hundred dollars for her crime. She refused pay but despite that refusal the judge didn't throw her in jail because he wanted to prevent her from being able to appeal. The verdict. Susan was not the only woman to vote but she is the best known. Her trial gained national attention and brought the women's suffrage movement into the spotlight in decision a few years later the Supreme Court said that while women were deemed citizens that didn't guarantee them the right to vote. Even so Susan didn't give up on her work. She and her fellow suffragettes organized protests wrote now famous speeches and lobbied Congress in the eighteen nineties. Susan organized a committee to pay for women students to attend the previously all-male University of Rochester when the deadline nearly passed without enough funding Susan pledged the value of her own life insurance to ensure women would be admitted to the school. The school followed through nineteen hundred five years later in. Nineteen O five. Susan met with President Theodore Roosevelt to talk about submitting an amendment for women's suffrage the following year at Susan's eighty six birthday party. She gave her final speech on suffrage. She famously remarked. Failure is impossible. Susan died about a month later. Fourteen years for the nineteen th amendment was ratified technically giving women the right though the battle for rights but continued throughout the twentieth century. It's particularly resonant today on Super Tuesday to pay tribute to a complicated woman who helped to reshape and reimagined the role and legal standing of women in the US..
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"You're saying the same thing the Susan B. Anthony list which is an anti abortion rights activists group they're spending forty one million dollars and again that is the most they have ever spent in their history and why is that happening well last year you saw over three hundred individual anti abortion restrictions introduced at the state level you know I think that's a good segue into my next question what can we expect in terms of legislation in twenty twenty are we seeing any indicators at twenty twenty could be something like twenty nineteen was twenty twenty is also shaping up to be just as hostile towards abortion rights is twenty nineteen was the twenty nineteen you saw this huge wave of bands on abortion at six weeks which was considered extreme at the time you've never seen an abortion ban of that magnitude this year you're seeing multiple states look at total bans on abortion nursing Tennessee where it looks like they have the votes to pass it you're looking at Ohio one thing about Ohio is it's a complete overhaul of their penal system and this is stunning and true that in some instances in this bill women would receive the death penalty if they saw an abortion that CBS is Kate Smith talking with Julia weaver Congress held a hearing this week on Afghanistan after the Washington post reported many military and political leaders have been deceiving the public for years about America's longest war I'm Kathy McCormick at the Pentagon house foreign affairs committee chairman Eliot Engel noted the cost of the war in Afghanistan have been height with little to show more than two thousand American lives lost and thousands more wounded more than sixty thousand Afghan deaths and more than nine hundred billion dollars spent on a war is dragged on for almost two decades and this doesn't include what will spend to take care of all veterans in years to come and we are we after all that time we're in a military stalemate John soccer the special inspector general for Afghanistan reconstruction said one problem has been the continuing rotation of troops into Afghanistan all of them pressured to show results the problem is there's a disincentive really to tell the truth stop goes has the military has started classifying information that would indicate the situation in Afghanistan is not improving we have incentivize lying to Congress and by that I mean the whole incentive is the show's success and to ignore the failure and when there is too much failure classify it or don't written with it Congress has the way in and say hold it we want to know the truth and the chances of success for peace with the Taliban just because you signed piece of the Taliban doesn't mean you're gonna have peace with vices or do you ever thirty some terrorist groups any other warlords and gangs and the Afghan government he says has no resources to re integrate former fighters let's assume it's a successful peace you have sixty thousand Talib plus their families who have to be re integrated that costs money the Afghans do that no and then there's the question of women's rights life for a woman in Afghanistan is horrible outside of the cities where major cities where majority of the Afghan women live it hasn't improved much and I have not met an Afghan woman yet who trusts the Taliban shop go also said Congress must demand the trump administration have an active plan for what comes after a peace deal with the Taliban cabbie McCormick CBS news the Pentagon coming up the top prosecutor in Saint Louis stews the city and celebrating the anniversary of a very special Star Trek.
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