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"tamir" Discussed on WBUR
"President fellow Tamir Zelinsky today, inviting him to the White House as NPR's Asma Khalid reports. It was a show of support for Ukraine ahead of Biden's summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin. In a recent interview, the president of Ukraine implored President Biden to meet with him before he meets with Putin, saying he would be willing to meet Biden at any moment and at any spot on the planet. National security adviser, Jake Sullivan told reporters that Biden spoke with Zelinsky on the phone. Earlier Monday, President Biden was able to tell President Zelinsky that he will stand up firmly. For Ukraine's sovereignty, territorial integrity and its aspirations as we go forward, he said. Biden also told the Ukrainian president that he looks forward to welcoming him to the White House later this summer. Ukraine has been in conflict with Russia for a number of years, and in 2014, Russia invaded the Crimean peninsula. Biden is scheduled to meet with Putin in Geneva next week. Asma Khalid. NPR NEWS the White House. U S. Census Bureau plans to unveil its final plans to protect people's privacy when it releases the 2020 census results used to redraw voting districts as NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reports. Alabama filed suit to try to stop the bureau from implementing those plans. Federal law prohibits the release of personally identifiable information from the census until 72 years after its collected the census. Beer has been developing new privacy protections for the 2020 census results expected by mid August. In a statement to NPR, the bureau says it's been reviewing feedback from the Justice Department and so far their analysis points to their plans, producing data that would be fit for use for redistricting. But in a federal lawsuit, Alabama's arguing the plans would make the data unusable. The cases currently before three Judge court and is expected to be appealed to the U. S. Supreme Court. Hansi Lo Wang NPR NEWS New YORK And the Justice Department says it's recovered most of the $4.5 million ransom paid by colonial pipeline in a cyber attack the force the operator of the company's biggest fuel pipeline. To shut down for a time being. You're listening to NPR news. And since 19.9 w bur in Boston, the attorney for former Boston Police Commissioner Dennis White, says he intends to seek a civil rights complaint in his client's termination. Acting Mayor Kim Janey fired white this afternoon he'd been on leave because of allegations of domestic violence from the 19 nineties. Mayor Jeannie says her decision took into account whites lack of cooperation with the recent investigation into his presence at the department while he was on leave at best this behavior Created.
Ma'Khia Bryant, Police Brutality and Finding Solutions
"So. I think we should start with the mci of ryan shooting. I think that that has been the instance that has been mo- more in the news lately. I mean it's been obviously the more recent one between that michelle in case What are your overall thoughts on on this case on the shooting. I saw kaya. Brian incident the minute once. Everybody's telling them hash started like you know what hive seen enough of these are. I've already went to the remorse. And the the ill feelings that comes along with to pay attention and then someone said he arrived on the scene shot within love and seconds up their minds. The tamir rice thank granted. I didn't get to look anything. I'm just like all right. Let's go That also a quick video also invested into the ground and then the cop shooting cup shooting. Someone and i'm like okay. So he shot someone in the back Four times unless like she got shot in the chest four times and she has met from when she didn't have the nevada. See of my. I those in the beginning. Then it was in the annals. Wait a minute. I can necessarily say this level of aggression. I think it's a typical white cop black teen situation than to say who to call the cops analogies exhilarating opinions. I wasn't sure what to make of it but it's still something that divides the intra community of least within the social media world.
Tamir Rice’s Mother Criticizes Tamika Mallory After Lil Baby’s Grammys Performance
"Month, there was a special guest during the performance of rapper Lil Babies Song. The Bigger Picture. It's the State of emergency. My people is time we stand it. We demand the freedom that this land promises President that is activist to Mika Mallory. This was a protest song calling for justice in light of police brutality and systemic racism. So Mallory, showing up might make sense. This is not a train. This is our place until Frieda. But some people were not happy about it, including Sameera Rice, the mother of Tamir race, the unarmed 12 year old boy who was shot and killed by a white police officer in Cleveland. In 2014 Sameera. Rice publicly rebuked Mallory, among others, saying the activist was trying to gain fame by quote benefiting off the blood of families who have lost loved ones. Mika Mallory is not the first to be accused of profiting off of black pain. In fact, there's a history of it. We have Debra Walker King on the line. She's written extensively about the idea of black pain, how it has been perceived and wielded. She's a professor at the University of Florida and she joins us now from her home in Gainesville. Professor King Welcome. Thank you very much. So let's start with the term black pain. How do you define it? What exactly do you mean? I look at it in two different ways. I look at black pain as an experience of bodily harm, and I look at it as a metaphor. It functions to define an access that which is not American. Explain that. What does this
Teen Shot by Maryland State Trooper
"Washington post today filled with all of the abominations. Of the Democrat Party posing as journalism masquerading as journalism. And I got to the last page of the local news section. The Metro section the B section. If you go to the last page below the weather, and I'm not kidding, it's below the weather. Seen fatally shot by state trooper Now this is yesterday in the Washington metropolitan area, which is the You know, the rectal aperture of the news universe I think and a teenager with a replica gun was fatally shot Tuesday in a confrontation with the Maryland state trooper. State police said. The youth, identified by police as Peyton Ham, 16 years old, was shot in the Leonardtown area of ST Mary's County Police said he lived near where the incident occurred. Place that the teenager confronted a trooper with what turned out to be an air soft gun. A toy gun A, which shoots nonmetallic pellets, The Washington Post says the other non metallic because they're foam their little yellow foam balls and therefore should not your brother across the dinner table. Police said it resembled a real gun sound like Tamir Rice when to the riots begin, state police said The trooper was sent to the scene after two calls reported a male who was acting suspiciously and apparently had a gun. That's exactly what happened in the Tamir Rice case, precisely and exactly Police said A witness told them that ham the 16 year old took a shooting stance in quotation marks and was pointing his gun at the trooper before the trooper fight exactly like to memorize. Now. Here's the very important sense that this is the only sentence that matters. The Trooper and ham are both white Police said There was no indication that hands gun was not a real weapon, see how the standard has changed. Now there has to be proof that it's not a real weapon. That's the opposite of the standard that it was applied before after being wounded, and I've got to say I find this part to be a bit difficult to believe. After being wounded him. 16 year old boy with an air soft gun produced a knife, Uh, witness recounted because he's like Rambo on a suicide mission with an air soft gun and after he shot his air, soft gun laying next time he pulled out a white knife because he's with al Qaida is something I got a little trouble believing that part Ham died at the hospital, so
Protesters Gather in Chicago After Adam Toledo Video Release
"Angered by the newly released police video showing the fatal shooting of a 13 year old boy late last month. The video appears to show Adam to Lehto. Drop a gun before beginning to raise his hands. The family of Tamir Rice is has the Justice Department to
DOJ declines to charge officers in Tamir Rice case
"Old Tamir Rice back in 2014 video from the shooting chose Officer Tim Any Timothy Loehmann shooting Rice Just seconds after he and officer Frank Garmback arrived. Rice was holding a pallet gun, which the officers say they thought was a real gun. CBS is Adriana Diaz has more. A state grand jury also declined to indict the officers, sparking protests around the country. The rice family not only have they lost a child, which is bad enough, but they have been deprived of the fair process. Time and again. America will never give me no closure. Any other family I have to go through this if they don't break this system officer Loman was fired nearly three years after Rice's death for lying on his application. The families demanding more information after in October. New York Times report that DOJ supervisors denied career prosecutors 2017 request to use a grand jury to gather evidence in their investigation. The decision doesn't say it condones the officer's actions, but that the cumulative evidence was not enough to support a federal criminal riff civil rights prosecution. It's 11 21, WB Z 10 31 of 7.9 82
DOJ declines to charge officers in Tamir Rice case
"To Ohio officers will not face federal charges in the 2014 shooting of death of Tamir Rice. Rice was playing with a pellet gun outside of a recreation center when he was shot and killed by two Cleveland police officers. The DOJ said the poor video quality prevented prosecutors from being able to conclusively say whether Rice was or was not reaching for his toy gun. Just prior to being shot. That is a B C's mark where the Lord President elect Joe Biden is warning the U. S to prepare for the worst before things could get any better in the battle against the pandemic just crossed 330,000 deaths. America. Ravaging daily death rates of nearly 2200 people. Which means we'll lose tens of thousands of more lives in the months to come. Biden says The death toll could reach 400,000 very soon.
"tamir" Discussed on AP News
"News. I'm Ed Donahue, a man in his twenties in the Denver area has been identified as the first person in the U. S. They possibly contagious variant of the coronavirus. The man is an isolation. Colorado health officials say the vaccines being given now are thought to be effective against the variant for people under stay at home orders in California, the order will remain. Health director Dr Mark Galli says Intensive care units are running out of beds in those areas. President elect Joe Biden says President Trump needs to speed up the corona virus vaccination process even if we boost the speed of vaccinations to one million shots a day. Will still take months to have the majority of the United States population vaccinated. As far as the pandemic is concerned, the president elect says it will get worse before it gets better. The Justice Department says it cannot bring criminal charges against two police officers involved in the 2014 shooting death of Tamir Rice. The fatal shooting of 12 year old Tamir Rice by a white police officer began with a 911 call of someone waving a gun outside a recreation center. Yeah, I'm calling that people. Civil rights activists had hoped that Officer Timothy A. Loman and his partner, Frank Garmback, would face federal criminal charges for shooting the child after a county prosecutor declined in 2015. It was horrible, Unfortunate and regrettable. It was not by the law that binds US crime. The Justice Department says the cumulative evidence was not enough to support a federal criminal civil rights prosecution. The shooting of Tamir Rice became part of the national dialogue about police use of force against minorities. Jackie Quinn Washington the Oklahoma City Fire Department, says a firefighter whose nephew became the first department employees to receive the Corona virus vaccine. Died of the virus after being infected while responding to a call This is AP News. CBS's 60 Minutes, is still one of TV's hottest shows. For 52 years, The clock has been ticking on 60 minutes, and it's still one of the most watched programs on TV. The Nielsen company says 60 minutes viewership is up 9% over last year. Correspondent Lesley Stahl says the show's success is because the story's air timely yet always have the same look in Sensibility Stalls interview with President Donald Trump this year, grabbed headlines when he cut things short and released his own unedited tapes. Stall says she's pleased that there was no criticism of the show's editing, and she knew it would be fair because they always are. I'm Archie's our letter, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex dropped their first podcast. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and guest from Elton John to their son, Archie, appear on the royal couple's first audio release for Spotify. It's a 34 minutes special featuring reflections on 2020. The podcast is their first under a multiyear deal with Spotify Ed Donahue. AP News 80.
"tamir" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Lowest in a decade. According to Northeastern University, there were only two such events this year, both of them before the coronavirus lockdowns took effect. During the vice presidential debate, Senator Kamila Harris said she wouldn't trust the Corona virus vaccine on President Trump's say So today, the vice president elect received the Moderna vaccine, saying the scientists It is the scientist who created and approved this vaccine. She urged all Americans to get vaccinated. Federal prosecutors have decided against civil rights charges against two Cleveland police officers involved in the shooting of 12 year old Tamir Rice. The case is now closed in that deadly Tamir Rice shooting. The 12 year old boy was playing with a pellet gun when officers Timothy Loman and Frank Garmback were sent to the scene in Cleveland. Rice was shot by Roman shortly after their arrival. Loman has since been fired, but not as a result of that shooting. The Justice Department in its decision said they did not condone the officer's actions, but the incident did not rise to a civil rights prosecution. And attorney for Tamir Rice. His family says the process was tainted and is calling for documents that support the DOJ is decision to drop the investigation. Goodall Scott Fox knew the Justice Department says they are working with authorities in Pakistan to make sure the man convicted of beheading New York Times reporter Danny Pearl Is not released from prison is Pakistani courts have ordered after throwing out his murder conviction and reducing the charges to kidnapping. A spokesman says the U. S is prepared to take custody of Omar Shaykh. To stand trial in the United States for Pearl's murder in 2002. I'm Jack Callahan. This'd is Fox News. Without staying connected Continues with 1061 FM talk. The spread of covered 19 has become so pervasive in North Carolina that the White House coronavirus Task Force has placed the state on its list of sustained hot spots. This as the number of people in the hospital with covert 19 broke another record today, the Department of Health and Human Services reported over 3000 hospitalizations for the third day in a row. There were also over 3500 new cases. The Health Department also Reported that the number of North Carolina Ian's who've received either the Visor or Mulder, no vaccines is now over. 63,000 residents and staff at four veterans homes began receiving their injections today and Raleigh Police have announced the arrest of it least one suspect in connection with the Crabtree Valley shopping mall shooting two weeks ago, and the first coronavirus stimulus payment will begin being deposited into bank accounts is earliest tonight. I'm original green. Next news and 30 minutes. Follow us on social media go.
DOJ declines to charge Cleveland officers in Tamir Rice case
"Have decided against civil rights charges against two Cleveland police officers involved in the shooting of 12 year old Tamir Rice. The case is now closed in that deadly Tamir Rice shooting. The 12 year old boy was playing with a pellet gun when officers Timothy Loman and Frank Garmback were sent to the scene in Cleveland. Rice was shot by Roman shortly after their arrival. Loman has since been fired, but not as a result of that shooting. The Justice Department in its decision said they did not condone the officer's actions, but the incident did not rise to a civil rights prosecution. And attorney for Tamir Rice. His family says the process was tainted and is calling for documents that support the DOJ is decision to drop the investigation. Goodall
"tamir" Discussed on WTOP
"Social justice cases that have gotten a lot of attention First. The Justice Department says it will not bring federal charges against the two white Cleveland police officers involved in the 2014 killing of 12 year old Tamir Rice, who was black, and it was holding a pellet gun officers were responding to a 911 call about a person pointing a gun of people to mere rice was shot and killed by Officer Timothy Loman, seconds after he and his partner arrived at the scene. CBS News Legal analyst Stain Rosen Belt in Ohio grand jury declined to indict the officer who fired the gun. Public outrage compelled the Justice Department to conduct its own investigation. The problem is that a civil rights action requires the evidence to prove that the officer who fired the shot intentionally willfully committed murder, making a mistake. Negligence or exercising bad judgment is not enough person who called 911 specified that the guy in question was probably a teenager and the gun might be fake, but that information was never relayed to the officers. Now to the killing of Briana Taylor. When officers in Louisville, Kentucky stormed the wrong house. Louisville police have taken steps that could result in the firing of two officers connected to Taylor's death. The one who saw the noes knock search warrant that lead detective to her apartment and another found to have opened fire. Shooting death of the 26 year old black woman in her home sparked months of protests and Louisville along national protests over racial injustice and police misconduct. And the mayor and police chief in Minneapolis have announced changes in the city's disciplinary processes for police officers in an effort to make it easier to hold them accountable for bad behavior. The mayor and chief are making the changes in the wake of George Floyd's death. They say the city attorney's office will be more deeply involved in misconduct investigations as soon as they start helping to guide them into analyze evidence. The sister of a black man killed by Richmond Police in 2018 has announced he's running for governor of Virginia Princes planting is the sister of Marcus David Peters. He was 24 years old, a high school biology teacher who was shot and killed while experiencing a mental health crisis, Blanding says Tonight she's running under the banner of the newly formed Liberation Party and her platform is to build a diverse, inclusive and liberated Virginia for all since her brother's death planning has become an activist on police reform and social justice. A federal court has blocked key portions of President Trump's executive order that sought to ban certain types of training on diversity and inclusion. Federal news networks, Jared Sirbu has more as part of a lawsuit brought by civil rights groups. A judge in Northern California issued a nationwide injunction blocking the administration from enforcing the training ban on government contractors and grantees. The ruling also bars the administration from running a Labor Department hotline. It's set up to take reports of what the executive order calls divisive training. The injunction doesn't apply to federal agencies that Selves, which have all but ceased their diversity and inclusion. Training in response to Trump's order. Jared Serve you Federal news Network of Boston statue of Abraham Lincoln, with a freed slave, appearing to kneel at his feet has been removed from its downtown perch in Boston workers early today remove the Emancipation Memorial from a park just off Boston common where it had stood since 18 79 similar statue was the focus of intense controversy in D. C over the summer. The miserable Do the Wizards get off to a miserable start for their season? We have a little more evidence tonight. That's next. Hi, It's Rita Kessler for MP 1 80. The D. C area is gold standard for personalized, nutritionally based weight loss. Over the months I've shared my journey about how.
Feds decline charges against officers in Tamir Rice case
"The US justice department says it cannot bring criminal charges against two Cleveland police officers involved in the fatal shooting of to mere rice in twenty fourteen the fatal shooting of twelve year old Tamir rice by a white police officer begin with the nine one one call of someone waving a gun outside a recreation center one hundred Irish dance important people civil rights activists had hoped that officer Timothy Loehmann and his partner Frank garmback would face federal criminal charges for shooting the child after a county prosecutor declined in twenty fifteen it was horrible unfortunate and regrettable but was not by the law that binds us the crime the justice department says the cumulative evidence was not enough to support a federal criminal civil rights prosecution the shooting of to mere rice became part of the national dialogue about police use of force against minorities including children Jackie Quinn Washington
DOJ declines to charge officers in Tamir Rice case
"Says it will not bring federal criminal charges against Cleveland police officers involved in the 2014 shooting death of Tamir Rice Ah black 12 year old who was playing with a pellet gun outside a recreation center. Justice
"Hey welcome to the podcast about politics race and culture from the OC perspective I'M A. And I'm Hutagalung arena. Today, we have a very special guest joining us from yonkers new. York is Jamal Bowman he's the. Democratic nominee for Congress in new. York's Sixteenth District Jamal. To the show. Hello thank you so much for having me. It's great to be here. We don't often speak to you know members, of Congress or potential members of Congress few like somebody maybe unexcited Cossio go. because. You're win like hers was a a really big deal. You defeated Longtime Democratic incumbent Eliot Engel in a huge landslide lead your the likely winner in the twenty twenty general election because you represent a very blue district. So it's really been a super big year for you. Your Primary Win came at the height of the conversation around justice for Black and Brown lives inequity the pandemic. With. It. So really your wind came kind of on the backs of all of that. So. Give us just a quick back story shore. So the back story I guess begins you know being raised by a single mom in the projects along with my three sisters. During the crack cocaine epidemic, which projects I gotTa know which projects Oh Easter projects one hundred, fifteen first avenue in Manhattan. WanNa raise on the. Upper East side East Harlem Section Manhattan went to public schools by entire life lived in the projects in rent stabilized apartments started teaching in nineteen ninety nine in the South Bronx in one of the poorest zip codes in the country, and you clearly can see the inequality the inequity in how wherever you go in a city state or country black and Brown people seem to be suffering more than everyone else. So growing up as a black man in America who has been a victim of police brutality. The first time I was beaten by police was eleven years old and notice I said the first time happen again, the a later on. IOS Eleven hanging out on the street with my friends and being rambunctious in boisterous in doing what kids do and I guess someone may have called the police because we were maybe too noisy a too rambunctious. and. The police came over and tried to live saw curtail us and tell us a comma down. You know we kind of push back in had a few words for them. Next thing I know like I'm being done up against the wall thrones Grou- face dragged all over the floor. In the back you know except Tra, and then we'll take into the precinct and US well to my mom about this later were taken to the precinct in a coma mom to come pick me up with a birth certificate because they didn't believe I was eleven am. makes. Me Think Tamir Rice as I say that out loud rain. She comes with a birth certificate picks me up and takes me home. Didn't explain to her what the charges were if any why they approached us to begin with, they just allow her to take me home in my mom and I didn't even think to you know press charges. Report anything like that. We just kept moving and it just tells you how internalize sort of our oppression is. Right like we just accept we have accepted in I have accepted that okay. There's nothing we can do where powerless. So becoming a teacher. Being a social justice advocate within education and having the opportunity to be a founding principle of my own district, public school charter school, and being education organizers around equity and restorative justice in culture, Responsi-, schools all of that led to me. You know think about a potential run for office and why Eliot Engel while I looked at twenty eighteen election and I saw that me thirty thousand registered Democrats in the district actually voted and he won with twenty two thousand votes. Yeah. Some like, wow. This person has making trillion dollar decisions that impact millions of people and he only got twenty two thousand. Volts Yep you look at who supports him right? Who Funds his campaign we're talking big real estate. Yep Big pharmaceutical companies, weapons, manufacturers, hedge fund managers, and every institution that is hurting our community hurting the working class. Those are the people that are institutions that funded his campaign. So that's why we decide the challenge chairman ultimately were able to win in the end
March on Washington: Civil rights advocates gather at commemoration on steps of Lincoln Memorial, Washington, DC
"Civil rights advocates gathering right now in a commemoration of the 1963 march on Washington. Martin Luther King, the third, one of the featured speakers today, police brutality and gun violence, killing so many unarmed African Americans. Today we march with their families. And we say their names. George, Florida Boreham, Jean Rianna Taylor, Eric, Ghana, Michael Brown, Tamir Rice. Youself Richardson. Terrorists. Crusher tray von Marten. Oh, my, my, my my ever every Elijah McClane And so many of us turn out has been lighter than initially intended due to city imposed grown a virus pandemic restrictions limiting out of state visitors to the nation's capital,
Lack of Accountability for Police Violence is Solvable
"This is solvable. I'm Jacob Weisberg. There is a lack of accountability for police, violence and one part of. Solving that is to give federal prosecutors more tools, so they can actually prosecute this cases. Approximately a thousand people killed during police encounters in the United States every year. And in fact, that number is held steady for nearly twenty years. Around half of those killed or white. Black Americans are more than twice as likely to die at the hands of police. They are killed disproportionately to their overall representation in the population. I'm thinking about. Say The shooting of Philander Castille. CAPLESS Tamir Rice twelve year, old boy, who was shot and killed by an officer when playing in a park in Cleveland. How do we achieve racial justice while protecting public safety? Lawyer Cheer Baynes believes the federal. Government has a key role to play. What exactly would you like to see? Happen there for Congress to lower the intense standard from willfulness recklessness, so that it would be a federal crime recklessly deprive someone of their rights under color of law to recklessly use excessive force for all the Americans who died during police encounters in less than two percent of cases, does an officer end up being charged with a crime? When you were at Doj how many times did specific language of willful thwart possible prosecution of of an officer? You think you felt a done something wrong. Routinely, that was the biggest barrier. It was always the central concern. Kira. Who's devoted his career to ending impunity for officers who commit crimes against citizens thinks we can fix this. The problem of lack of accountability for police violence is solvable. Cheering Baines is the director of Legal Strategies de Moth a racial justice organization before that he worked at the US Department of Justice, serving a senior counsel to the head the civil. Rights Division, that's the division that investigated. Ferguson Missouri and sued the city for unconstitutional policing and court practices. Baynes Co wrote the Ferguson report. Malcolm Bradwell spoke to Baynes about what needs to be done to solve the persistent problem of police impunity at the national level. To critical components are lowering the intense standard for the federal government to prosecute active excessive force criminally and using federal consent decrees to address systemic misconduct. You've been working on this question of how to make police better for quite some time right? Yes, actually. It's been an issue that's been. An issue that I've been distressed by want to do something about since I was a young kid. Actually the Rodney King case happened in the beating of Rodney King. One thousand, nine, hundred, one I was ten years old, and there are a lot of high profile incidents in the hundred ninety s with I'm dirty, yellow Louima and many other high profile cases of police violence police killings. Finish cared about as a high schooler for sure I can remember that were you in high school Chelmsford High School? It's a small town in Massachusetts next to the city of Lowell, maybe about thirty thousand thirty five thousand people. It wasn't like you were. LIVING IN LA or living in the Bronx where Ahmadou was shot, it was you were these were instance miles away. That nonetheless caught your attention. Absolutely these are national stories and I was very interested in. Civil Rights history even civil rights law. The role of lawyers in the civil rights movement. I think maybe juxtaposed that history and the principles underlying that movement with what I was seeing. Play out in terms of police violence in the country. At that time, and actually can remember. An organization called the stolen lives project that would collect information about the people who have been killed by police, disproportionately young black man. That is something that I recall, so. It's something I've. been working on for a long time ended up working on that some more in law school, focusing on it, and then it on my first job after clerking for a federal judge was to actually prosecute police misconduct cases including police violence. How early on you decide that? You wanted to become a lawyer depressingly early? Han actually I think I thought in high school. That would become a lawyer. What did you think of that decision? Well I'm an Indian kid and the child immigrants and so. I think a lot of people in that boat might relate. My mother wanted me to be a doctor. That would million other Indian children. Yeah Yeah. It's a common refrain and. Short of being a doctor, a lawyer was pretty good, so. But you know my family wasn't focused on these issues. These weren't the issues that they confronted him and they cared about it. In the sense research, generally aware my grandmother used to describe all this work as a community service or volunteer work and I'd have to actually get paid to do this job.
"tamir" Discussed on Post Reports
"Taylor Turner is a video producer for the post..
"tamir" Discussed on Post Reports
"This post reports podcast brought to you by facebook. From the newsroom of the Washington Post. Near over the Washington Post. Written pining. The. Washington Post reports I Martin powers. It's Thursday June twenty fifth. Today a mother on what happens after your child is killed by police. And how the pandemic is raising concerns about abuse at home? Was! Shot by Cleveland Police on November twenty second, two, thousand, fourteen at the age of twelve while playing with a toy gun. In a park. Taylor Turner is a video producer for the post. Is really no way you can prepare yourself for in. It's not easy. I'M SAMARIA RICE MOTHER OF MIR rice from Cleveland Ohio. Two little boys came and knocked. Madura had to be about three thirty. And they came knocked on my door excelled me. The police just shot Joe Son's licensed stomach. The Toy gun did not have the orange label still on it that would. Indicate it as a toy gun and. To Mir was shot. He later died the next day. So, why did you WanNa talk to to Mir's mom now? This weakest would have been to Mir's eighteenth birthday how he also would have graduated with a High School class of twenty twenty. And, so it was really a look at. Where a child's life could have been. And that's what really struck me because in the midst of all these stories I think sometimes we lose. The focus. We lose the vision that this is someone's child. This is someone's brother this someone's family member. And I just really wanted to bring that. Bring that back to light I think Tamir. Rice represents so so much for so many people you know it was. At this point, ed feel like there are so many shootings at sticking our heads, but this one in particular just felt so scary and tragic because he was so unbelievably young. But I think in our remembering of him, he becomes a symbol, and when a child becomes a symbol, you forget that like that's a kid who would have been teenager, and who would have been in highschool, and who would be graduating now and imagining vividly what that life would or could have looked like right, and then we also sometimes don't see the family that's attached to that and how they're still to this day grieving or processing trauma and what? With happens like how that trauma three triggered. In some cases every time, another black brown person dies at the hands of law enforcement every time. A black brown person is murdered to name is always mentioned. So I just try to deal with that part for the most art. So Tony what it was like talking to Samaria heiress. Speaking Samaria, you've very much. Felt that passion through the phone yet. They don't really like the have me all starting platform, because I speak the real. I really get some stuff started. But that's okay. We did in audio interview in not even being able to see her face, and see those emotions I felt I felt him in her voice I felt them in the power of her words, and felt them in her word choice. I and it was just a really vulnerable moment that I was very appreciative of She normally doesn't do media appearances during the week of his birthday in order to honor him so I was very grateful for her time and her openness because she's also expressed. The. I'll say frustration. She didn't use the word with the frustration of every time. A similar situation happens. The media reaches out to her. And so I really want to do my best to make sure that this experience was different and that I got her story across and I still did it in a way that was still news oriented in in in provided value in perspective. Yeah I can imagine that must be so difficult to be in her position of not only are you re traumatized every time you see somebody else's death shown over and over again on TV and on the Internet in a way. That reminds you of of your own child's death that that's also the moment where everyone suddenly wants to talk to you again or were you have to? The most communicative or the most poised about this grief and trauma that you have been going through and continue to go through. What did she say about how that? Grief and trauma has been going for her? Unfortunately, my family is the How can I say it's damage destroyed? She talked about. Her family. Continues to go to counseling and she encourages all her children to continue to go to. Counseling Mike has suffered daily with PTSD. When not making good decisions in? Not, quite, understanding their role, who they are and one of the ways in addition to counseling to help manage that. She also tries to limit her time on social media especially during these moments the moments where? Another black person has been killed by by. Police is very hard for me to. Keep reliving, reliving what happened to the family because I'm I'm already reliving it. When they murder another black brown person in this country, she also talked about her daughter, who was fourteen at the time at Tamir was shot with unseen how she suffers one of the most severe forms of PTSD because she was on the scene was she's. She used probably out of all of the civilised. She's impacted the most. She was handcuffed in putting back a police car in forced to see your brother die. So what ended up happening to the police officer who killed Tamir? And what does Samaria say about whether or not? She feels like she and her family have gotten justice, so the grand jury declined to indict the officer. He was then fired after it was discovered, he was previously deemed unfit for duty. Then later, he applied for a job at a separate force. And he backed out of that part time job. With another Ohio Police Department days after he was hired Samaria still wants justice. She. Has a narrative that she really wants to get out there and firmly believes which includes defending the police and putting that money back into the community, and especially urban communities might think with defunding the police department in. Doing Away with qualified immunity and a police bill rice, the blue alert and garrity law, those need to be the demands of America right now I. Don't know what everybody else is thinking. She believes that the protests should contain, but they should continue to be peaceful, and at these protests need to have a.
"tamir" Discussed on 5 Things
"President Donald Trump had to Wisconsin on Thursday. The trip comes as polls show him losing ground a former vice president. Joe Biden in Wisconsin trump tore shipbuilder CANTIERI marinette marine. The company was recently awarded a five point five billion dollar navy contract wikileaks founder Julian. ASSANGE faces a new indictment in the US. He's accused of trying to recruit hackers at international conferences to give his anti secrecy website classified information and Houston Astros owner Jim. Crane says that he plans to allow fans at minute maid park during the short end MLB. Because the team needs revenue. His comments on Wednesday came despite a recent spike in corona virus cases in Texas. I want to remind you about a new podcast from USA Today Sports. It's called changing the game. Icons and trailblazers will talk about their careers and the impact. They've had off the playing field in a show. That explores how women have revolutionized sports as we know it. Here's a preview with host Nancy Armor and former Notre Dame basketball coach Muffin McGraw so it wasn't that you work at a higher any man. You just wanted your bench to be all women. Why did you feel that was important? You know I think it's so interesting when you look at men when I had a job open, and if I had one hundred resumes, eighty of them were men, and and I was always wondering why the phone calls I would get you know the way that men network and try to go. After jobs was so than women, women were always hesitant to apply. Just loyal their team players. They didn't want to leave a place, but they also just didn't really have that confidence. I think to send in the resume and that was something that always bothered me and I looked on my staff and I said you know when when the guys on my staff went for jobs, they handled it completely differently than the women did so i. I thought that that needs to change. So what can I do to change that? And how can we start empowering women? And I gotTA start with my team for sure and my sister and coaches to hear more from McGraw, all subscribe and listened to episode two now. The show is available on Apple podcasts. spotify or wherever you get your pods now onto the show. On November Twenty Second Twenty Fourteen Tamir Rice a twelve year, old black boy was shot and killed by police while playing with a toy gun at a park in Cleveland. The incident led to nationwide outrage and protests about systemic racism and injustice. This year, the USA Today Network talked to three one eighteen year olds about growing up black in America. Here's part of that project with Rook Juan Brown. Traumatic experience my Stepdad was murdered at a teammate who was killed so I experienced the plights of black people and talk, which is going outside and being scared and I have to wear Mahara hat because I feel like it's a shoe is tough where you feel like you have the change who are a fit, the mold of the world in order to be safe video journalist. Gerard Henderson also. Also spoke with Tamir Rice's mother Maria Rice Somaria talks about her own role and work as a mother of four children and specific policy goals that she's developed the reform police departments I wanted to create a formula to make sure that my kids graduated Eh. You know they had those opportunities to go to college or wherever they wanted to go and me and my attorney talking about implementing insurance policies on the police. They need them. Absolutely they need them. However, they come up with him I need to be a part of that. I say five million a bullet. Because each time you empty your bullet, you don't judge the situation. You have a problem. Since you have a problem, we will learn you allow how to fix your problem, so they need assurance policies that way they can have a clear man with your thinking. Before you pull the trigger, you know, use your good judgment that you supposed. Ask and if you don't have the judgment, maybe you shouldn't be a police officer trying to honor my son's eighteen birthday in Kane. Even do that because you are keep. Could they keep killing? US keep killing us so it's just it's just A. You know and I'm sure that you know. Everybody feels that pain out. Everybody feels the pain now for more search Tamir Rice on USA TODAY DOT com. House Democrats on Thursday will bring a police reform bill to the floor. The bill would end qualified immunity. The controversial legal doctrine that shields accused police officers from lawsuits. The Democrats plan would also create a national registry to track officers with a record of misconduct, and it aims to end certain police practices, including Chou colds, and no knock warrants, both of which were key factors in recent killings of black people by police. The House plan comes after Senate. Democrats blocked a Republican led package that they argue does not go far enough Republican Senate. Majority Leader Mitch. McConnell expressed his frustrations on Wednesday shun. It was supposed to officially take up. Police reform. On the floor today. Instead our democratic colleagues or poised to turn this routine step. into a partisan impasse, but Democratic Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said a bipartisan bill could still get past Democrats. We are serious about getting something meaningful. We believe there is a path to get something done a bipartisan bill, the base spill. And that has a good chance of passing from the get-go. Then you can have an amendment process, but you're not starting off so deep in the hole that you can never dig yourself out. Meanwhile, as the nation continues to grapple with systemic racism, three Georgia men have been indicted on felony, murder and malice charges in the killing of a MoD armory. The twenty five year old black man was shot and. And killed on February twenty third about two miles from his home near Brunswick Georgia Travis McMichael and Gregory McMichael we're armed in the street looking for a suspected burglar. A Georgia Bureau of investigations agent testified that Roddy. Brian Juniors sold them and then joined in on the chase as well. It was his leaked video of the incident on May fifth that sparked national outrage months after the case went largely ignored. With Corona virus cases back on the rise in most states, the governors of New York new, Jersey and Connecticut announced a joint travel advisory on Wednesday requiring people arriving from states with significant community spread to quarantine for fourteen days on arrival New York Governor Andrew. Cuomo explained what states meet the criteria. We have a calibration for the infection rate and any state that goes over that infection rate. That state will be subject to the quarantine. The! infection rate formula will be ten per one hundred thousand on a seven day, rolling average or ten percent of the total population positive on a seven day rolling average. So any state that has an infection rate above that. Would require fourteen day quarantine. As of today, the states that are above that level are Alabama. Arkansas Arizona Florida North Carolina South Carolina Washington Utah Texas. that's as of today. If you violating the quarantine. you can be subject to a judicial order and mandatory quarantine. you could have to pay the costs of quarantine. They're also finds. That can go along with violating. The quarantine. two thousand dollars for the first issue first violation five thousand for the second up to ten thousand dollars. If you cause harm, the US reported nearly thirty five thousand new cases on Tuesday. One of the largest single-day increases since the start of the pandemic President Donald. Trump has blamed the rising number of covid nineteen cases on increased testing, but public health experts refute that saying that surge in cases in sunbelt states especially shows a potentially dangerous new phase of the pandemic. There have now been more than four hundred eighty three thousand deaths around the world from corona virus, including more than one, hundred, twenty, two thousand in the US. Some one point, three million people likely filed unemployment insurance last week. That's expected to be a reported on Thursday, and would be lower than last week's one point five million, while also showing a drop for the twelfth straight week, but the relatively lower numbers still means that forty seven million Americans have filed first time. Unemployment claims in just fourteen weeks last month. The country did get good news though experiencing an unexpected labor bump when some two point five million jobs were added following the loss of some twenty two million in the previous months. A dust cloud from the Saharan desert in north. Africa is expected to reach the Texas Gulf coast this.
Getting Into America with Trymaine Lee
"Welcome to the bloggers podcast I'm your host Ryan Africa's episode. We're going to be keeping the conversation going because we WANNA. Keep the names of George. Floyd, Brianna, Taylor Ahmad Aubrey Tamir, Rice Rees Gordon, Sandra Blan- and unfortunately the list can keep going and going and going, but we want to keep those names out. There want to keep this conversation going so people stay informed. And we don't want this to be got to be forgotten, so we're back in the situation again so Yes, like I said blogger owners committed to doing that and I am not just here by myself. I have a contassot. Guests with me here today to keep this conversation going. I am talking about. Pull a surprise and Emmy Award winning journalist. Tremaine, Lee. He is also MB. Correspondent in host of the into America podcast, so I am so glad to have him here with me today. They Ryan thank you so much revenue neutral appreciative. I WANNA. Start off this. This question was kinda going throughout. My might assume I knew I was GONNA. I was excited about this because I wanna Kinda. Give the listeners a different perspective that we don't get all the time with all this coverage of the protests and everything that's going on and not to say that you speak for all of news broadcasting. and I'm in production that worlds often find myself in this conversation as well. This is why this question is so important to me. But how do you deal with the idea of people asking why the media is covering the protests way their covenant, or you know certain situations. You find yourself in a maybe you don't have a choice of what the story is recovering that day. What's it? It depends I think the one thing that we do have choice over one one space did I control is how I centered the narrative. That I'm speaking to reporting on recovering so sometimes. The critique of the media is absolutely correct, because the media is not like any other institution. America, that's been a touched in racism, touched in bias touching all those things, so it's incumbent upon us working inside media. To make sure flicking the truest narrative possible, and sometimes that begins with our own experience in our own. To understand the language that's being spoken these communities right so so we're not relying on trucks and stereotypes ideally. We're we're connecting to the people in a different way and so I don't pay much mind to the critiques necessarily except for some of correct That's when we have to make sure that we are redoubling our efforts but I know from from. You know I don't I. Don't get many of those critiques because you know. I try to keep it as as true as possible I. Mean That's what I've done my entire career. So you know sometimes they're correct. Sometimes, they're not sometimes people. Are just shouting into the ether, your social media just right the shouting right, but I think the good thing is that the proof is always in the so that people can consume the information. The best dress with their concerns are. Right and speaking of getting out there and speaking the truth into America a fairly new podcast. She started up. Can you tell me about how that started and wise that important to you? Into America at this point I think we're on episode Twenty Six maybe twenty seven in the the whole idea behind into Americans really get outside of our bubbles in really go out into America. In an approach politics policy in a different conway. Along and I worked for MSNBC PROUDLY SO but you know the twenty four hour news cycle. It's kind of like a horse. Race Times. If you're not careful the way we. The Lens from which review politics? It's also who's up now. WHO's fallen behind? You know it's daily drama as opposed to the way politics policy actually impact the lives of everyday people, and so the goal of into America was to do just that. Go out into America. And speak directly to people about their concerns, their needs but also how the backdrop of policy is really impacting them. You know and I really do believe that is the kind of thing. I worked my entire life trying to trying to do right always out there with the people and trying to tell the people's story. Our care deeply about the most vulnerable among US marginalized community, most certainly a black folks in this country, but also the poor any race the marginalized anyways so into America. We've been trying to. Obviously it's shifted a bit through. I Kobe nineteen right so now we're. Quest heard in with the engaged with how people are You know the fallout from Kobe nineteen whether it's the the emotional stuff with his health, related impact was the economic impact and now in. This Arab uprising rebellion in protests. We've shifted again to to address in all of the concerns around systemic racism the the the initial ideals of white supremacy that in so many ways to guide this country. The protests respect all of those things, so that's a long answer, but that is into America.
Washington D.C. Protests Continue Over The Death Of George Floyd
"Demonstrations are taking place across America this weekend protesters are chanting the name of George Floyd and the names of others who have died at the hands of police Eric garner Tamir rice Freddie gray and Brianna Taylor who would have celebrated her twenty seventh birthday yesterday she was shot and killed by police insider Louisville home this mark it will be heard those chants outside the White House last night she's with us this morning that a thanks for being with us it's my pleasure these protests have been going on for well over a week what did you see last night well when I got there it yesterday evening it was incredibly wet the rain was super intense I probably dissuaded everyone but the most hardcore protesters that said there are still hundreds of people very soggy people outside the White House I talked to a group of women pediatricians who come from all over the United States to offer first aid to protesters and a young man who just walked up and started spray painting a building right next to me right yeah that's right he was kind enough to introduce himself and described his work I go by resist V. as an on Instagram this is that how I protest this is the DC flag upside down he was painting an upside down flag of the district of Columbia that is correct and I asked resist because then that what he'd say to anyone who might confront him about the destruction of property he says he only tags boarded up buildings which honestly describes most of the buildings in downtown DC right now I specifically had only ply wood because I know that it's going to be gone and yeah I just want people to ask questions and I want people to like think and see like what does it mean Kerstetter there was it what I'll call from state sanctioned painting yesterday his well the DC government paid for a giant mural right there on sixteenth street near the White House that reads black lives matter right basically the words black lives matter are painted in giant yellow lettering on the street instructions for about two blocks this is a real statement from DC mayor Muriel Bowser has officially named this entire area out black lives matter plaza it's very eye catching and I met a young woman taking selfie of front of it Erica DSS she lost a friend police brutality if you got a radically passionate as we talked and warning also explicit her language about the movement happening right now you know it starts with black lives matter because it's so blue eight and the disrespect and it's just like stop it just needs to stop in as a people will come together will become strong were enlightened world wake and it's just the most beautiful thing I've ever seen in life in there was no way in hell I was going to sit at home when I could bring my here is Greenwood give my last breath I'd rather die on the streets but for my children at home got the one my couch and it sounds like Erica D. as is is going to be back out on the streets today along with many as a hundred thousand other people here in Washington DC that estimate comes from the city's fire chief and of course our protest taking place all over the country every place from Akron Ohio to Sacramento California Garden City Kansas scores of cities all over the country what are you hearing about the deployment of law enforcement that's been interesting here in Washington DC more than a thousand active duty soldiers who are on standby near the city were ordered home last night according to army secretary Ryan McCarthy these days there has been very clear about asking the president to remove all extraordinary federal law enforcement from DC he says this he knows how to have a large demonstrations she says all the extra military that was out there was messing with the chain of command and she says it's been confusing have officers out on the streets that black insignia last night I saw almost no police officers maybe that was because of the rain maybe it's because the protests have been extremely peaceful there was just not a significant presence of people in uniform unlike the other times and never will be thanks so
Meghan Markle breaks silence on Black Lives Matter movement with powerful video message
"Meghan markle spoke passionately about racism commencement speech. She gave to her former high school. I wasn't sure what I could say to you I wanted to say the right thing and I was really nervous that I I wouldn't or that. It would get picked apart and I realized. The wrong thing to say is to say nothing. because. George Floyd's life mattered and Briana Taylor's life mattered, and feluccas steals life, mattered and Tamir Rice's life mattered. And so did so many other people whose names we know and whose names we do not
Process for Writing a Great Amazon Listing with Emma Schermer Tamir
"What is your process crazy. Great listing in general and then most most precipitately when it comes down to the woods. Sure so I can bear a few different things that you wanna be doing. Even if you're not going to be at a place that you WanNa do this whole deep dive into your customers and everything like that you still do need to understand what's going on in your competitive category to get a feel or what customers are expecting when they go to your product page so that I would say that starting off looking at some of your competitors products is a really great place to begin as you get an idea of what you should be including nearly scene but then also going a little bit deeper and looking at the reviews of your competitors are going to. She helped to point out some potential opportunities that you could use to your advantage among those might be. Is Everybody complain about something that your product doesn't have that problem. Walmart has solved in which case you should put a really big emphasis on that because people are looking or for product a reading those reviews like oh I don't Oh want to be in that situation and then they go to your product page. And they're like we don't have this problem that's fantastic but also you might even find information about how how people are using your product or other types of Italy. Life's case studies but your product in the real world that you might not have considered that it would be worthwhile and interesting to address in in your listing itself starting off to really do some research on the customer and product side ride but then you also need to make sure that you really clear about the key words that you're needing to incorporate into your listing because obviously seo is sort of what happens opens before somebody gets to your page. But if you're not doing what you need to be doing to make sure that somebody gets there than all the effort that you put into your images ages into your listing copy including ABC. Whatever that might be is going to be for nothing because they're just going to be sitting there without any track so you WANNA? It'd be very clear about a word that you're needing to incorporate in. You're listening to make sure that you're indexing properly to then be able to run the campaigns that you WanNa ride make sure that you're enhancing your opportunities of organic exposure and all of that and also being thoughtful about your keyword strategy. It's very tempting when you you are looking at whatever tool. You're using keyword research to see these high volume you're like oh my gosh. Twenty twenty thousand people that so much traffic like if even just this percentage in not understanding that there are one hundred thousand other other products that are also indexing going after the same churns in so simply looking at volume could really steer you in the wrong direction too where you end up just buried on pages that you're never going to see the light of day list so not simply looking at volume. Tom But also making sure that the words that you're choosing when it comes to optimization especially for the coffee itself that you're being awful about are those words that a customer customer would wanna see on your age so you're going to find maybe some interesting examples of search terms in Spanish. Those are great. But that's probably going to be really weird you a customer there reading through you're listening and then all of a sudden they see zippy ed yet face a to thrash written in Spanish when everything else is in English alongside at if there's some weird misspellings. Those could be a great opportunity. That might be making yourself look really professional. If you can't even properly spell the type of product it is that you're trying to sell so being very clear about not just what key words have good opportunity but also what key words are the best fit for what you're actually going to be quitting in front of the customers
Why Words Matter in an Amazon Listing
"Why was actually Massa. In an Amazon listing. Have you got any evidence that they actually matter. So they matter for for a whole variety of reasons so you know obviously the words that you include are actually going to impact your indexing. So you're not using the right keywords than nobody is going to find you but they also can really impact the bottom line of your business and they do that in a way that lasts for as long as you're doing it. Obviously you want to continue to be updating. You're listening to stay relevant. But by properly optimized senior listing you can significantly impact the bottom line of business. I was actually speaking with a client recently. And they're not selling seasonal products at all We work on their lists around June. At that time they already had a really good conversion rate. They were staying at twenty five point six percents after they updated their seen their conversion rate increase and stayed increased to thirty thirty four point. Seven seven percent Thirty seven point five percent increase for just that one thing that they did. That's not even talking about driving extra traffic so that means that more people that you're already having come to your page whether they're coming organically or through any of your other marketing efforts. More of those people are going searching more than one in every three people are going to click ads ads awesome. I love your precision where it took him about before the show that I'm kind of Ebbe intimidatingly thorough as as a an interview and that's sometimes true because I've been unfocused with. UK basically. Not What do you do again. But they kind of like us and tell me a little bit about something on Amazon like really general but seven point five percent or whatever it was to the second decimal place I like it but so tell me about this. I liked you position that speaks some of my at my cheers. Pose the pretty body with thoroughness. To to put a lightly my wife would call it the former thing. But you're right these details demanded but that's not a subtle jump. Anyone twenty five percent to thirty seven accent as you say almost a quarter of people who visit the listing bind to a third a lot of extra money this as you say pretty much pure profit. Because they'll be paying for the traffic and one full more of the either because they've they've worked hard to launch their products and got organic ranking andled as to advertising so tell me about that optimization was purely a words change was that woods plus image change so that was everything including reassessing the keywords that we were using that was also creating an amazing core listing. I believe at that that one would also upgraded to ABC that time and then we created some fantastic info for graphic text. As well as what I mean by IMPO. Graphic texts is not just letting those images Dan on their own but actually creating some text to help. Make sure that the message that you want to get across is getting across with every single fixture on your this. Yeah and that's something. I want to dive into because I do think that integrates text is more to it than meets the eye because I was working with the the day and actually he puts so most Texans images I said look you know this is is going to be unreadable on mobile. It doesn't look good. It's not making a point. That has not boiling down your thoughts and then bullying them down and then boiling down again right. I know one famous copywriter use to as I understand it Charged six times as much for headline as he would for the first few paragraphs progressive copy which is interesting right because the rewriting semi sweat. Yes I would. I would argue that the fewer words more challenging the job and just the point of thumb or rule of them for IMSA graphic checks. If you're needing to zoom in to read the photo then you probably are including reading too much tax than you need to reel it back so you don't need to overload people with something. The text should really be supporting the message and helping to emphasize wine line. Or maybe a couple of key points shouldn't be bouncing all over the place giving them the full text heavy at. That's not appealing absolutely but a lot of people do thank you for flagging that up. I think it's a very good good point. That all right so coming back to this question of do words matter and it sounds like a a dumb question because obviously to some degree they do but I mean the sixty four thousand dollar question I suppose is to what extent was compared to images. I'm not the kind of impossible taste. Unless you're going to see some really weird split test where you write some really horrible listings with beautiful face cross but in your experience. Have you got some numbers or you'd have to give it to the second decimal place but some kind of experience case studies indicate the power of words as distinct from photographs for example if you have split tennis different tax but kept the photos the same so what I'm talking about with this particular client. Actually they didn't create any new images and they didn't upload any new images Obviously a updating the ABC is going going to impact things that the images were the same so that was really just looking at the power of words for that particular example. And you also. I don't WanNa be thinking about the different type of shoppers. So it's different people words matter in different degrees right and so you WanNa make sure that whatever ever kind of shopper. person is that you're going to be able to give give them what they need to make a confident choice that your or product is the correct product for their needs. And of course they're going to be the casual visuals shoppers but maybe visual shoppers also have a few key points they they really need to know about your products and so they're going to have to go to your listing and then if they get air and they're seeing weird stuff you know grammatical errors incomplete information Can't even find what they want. Then that's giving them an opportunity to go elsewhere and you really want to minimize the chance for. Somebody's mind to wander question or to do anything that might make that competitor. That's advertising in your molesting a very tempting
"tamir" Discussed on CarCast
"And it it's, it's, it's done in a way that you just haven't seen before. So it's, it's, it's very innovative, and then the characters super fascinating, and I knew something about the in, in, in his automobile. But I did not know nearly as much as I learned after watching framing John. John DeLorean in select theaters today available on VOD as well. And you can shoot him at tweet at framing sorry at, yes, framing DeLorean, and website, framing John DeLorean film that calm. The Ademir we've gotta talk man. Yeah. I'm ready. We got some projects that I think you're going to be interested in God. I got projects to too many. All right. Denver. When is that tonight? Yeah. Tonight tomorrow night. The first show is sold out. You got to confirm expanded, but someone told me on the radio today? I think. I think the first show is sold out, but they're pushing for the late show on Saturday, and then there's some tickets on Friday shows, as well. So two shows Friday, two shows Saturday and all be doing stand up and and crows unprepared of their lives. Shows everywhere. Just go curl dot com and see my special not tackle bell material, as well. And what do you got shifting steer stare? Check that out. And we did a nice little just little departure on on car cast this week earlier, we got into the undertaker versus Goldberg match and what happened. How Gobert busted his head open. It was very traumatic on. According to plan until next time Santa Kroll for Tamir Arden, and Matt the motor. The Andrea saying keep the air in the spare the bag in the week. For the latest.
"tamir" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Kevin did we just go through this didn't we just go through this? But they've they have restored due process to save democrat Senator Robert Menendez with his little girl prostitutes that he pays to have sex with in the Dominican Republic where nobody's going to arrest him for it. And it's in the FBI affidavit, and if his opponent points it out the media comes after the opponent. Because it's old and unproven crew. Honestly, Christine Ford is old and unproven. Her claims are old and unproven. The the next accuser from Yale. Who couldn't remember who weenie at her when she was a freshman in college that was old and unproven, and then Julie sweat, Nick with the quay loons and the gang rape, which ended up boiling down to handing out red solo cups at a party and being nice to people what she was on camera. Julie sweat, Nick, sweat, Nick, the sweat, Nick. And those were and unproven if I'm not mistaken those are on but the Washington Post and the fake checkers at the corrupt corrupt. Washington Post did not dismiss those charges as as old and unproven. Did they know they didn't know they arranged a Lynch mob. Didn't they? Yes, they did they tried to Lynch, and and then comes due process exhaustive due process for come on these are unproven. These are old the Senator the they're not they're much more recent than the accusations against Brett cabinet much much much more is just a couple of few years ago because. He's been on trial ever since. So it's been a little while that explains the leg, and and and now the news media is they've switched again. Mohammed bin Salman, no due process for him. There is no presumption of innocence for him he's guilty. Now, there's at least some evidence in regard to that case that certainly makes him look like he's guilty party. And I wouldn't be surprised at all the claims are not completely outrageous when it comes to when it comes to the crown prince, but the news media has no use for do because they wanna Lynch mob for the crown pre. They want us to be bombing Riyadh which are start mispronouncing for us tomorrow. About LA LA LA Di da what what are you talking about? What? Asaba door. And now how g g what does that second? What's the Ben Wedeman from CNN? The mispronouncing the immense mispronunciation. I'll mispronounce mispronouncing at CNN with G shock g. Hush hush. It begins with a K hush. Hush show. Jake hush shocked if you wanted to pronounce a if you want to pronounce it Hosh. Oh, gee spell it. Hush. Oh, gee, and and if you want to pronounce kashogi as we've been pronouncing the name kashogi since one thousand nine hundred seventy seven then let's go ahead with kashogi or you guys can go with hush hush g ridiculous. Completely ridiculous. Ex employees accused of robbing Dunkin donuts that fired him for not serving Cleveland cop involved in Tamir rice shooting. I'm sorry. What is that? That was just the headline. Yes. It was that was just the headline. Out of Cleveland metro news, Lakewood, Ohio at Cleveland dot com. A former Dunkin donuts employee is accused of trying to rob the same. Lakewood store where he was fired over the summer after he refused to serve survey. Cleveland police officer discipline for his role in the fatal shooting of Tamir rice, Sean f Brown thirty years old is charged with aggravated robbery in the Saturday incident at the Dunkin' on. They don't even call it Dunkin donuts anymore now, it's just don't come on west hundred and seventeenth street. Brown was fired from the store in July for refusing to serve and officer in uniform, Cleveland's police patrolman's association president Jeff Fulmer identified that officer has Frank Garm back who drove is place cruiser within feet of Tamir rice before his partner fatally shot the twelve year old boy who was carrying they leave it out who was carrying a facsimile gun that looked very realistic. But they left that out of this story, the Dunkin store, the owner of the Dunkin donuts store told news outlets in July that he did not believe Brown recognized Garm back, but he fired him for refusing service to a customer. It was just a police officer in uniform. So the radical leftist has been turned into a police hater by the democrat party refused to serve the police officer when he showed up to the drive through. And so he was fired for refusing to serve the customer who's a police officer who was the second police officer president and the Tamir rice tragedy tragedy. And so he was fired. And then he came back to rob the place. Just another good democrat citizen is just just too good democrat citizen. Why why why? Crazy out there crazy out there. Great stories about Brett Cavanaugh today as well. The university of southern Maryland has banned a professor who offered a four credit course to anti cavenaugh protesters. This is they're they're they're all mentally ill. So a lot of mental illness out there, how the Democrats cornered the market on this. I don't know Susan finer who retired in September. But continued to teach some classes offered students one credit for taking up pop up course, called and gauged citizen, which would bus students to Washington to participate in a protest urging Republican Senator Susan Collins to oppose confirming then judge Brett Kevin ought to the supreme court. Ms Farren tall told CBS affiliate in her local station there. She completed all required work to get the course proved through the through a grant and that everyone at the university find off on it. But the administration said that was not the case. So somebody's lying here. We got liars all over the place to nevertheless this woman. Susan finder offered the one credit course to take a bus down to Washington to scratch and claw on the front doors of the supreme court like a zombie movie. Just like the guy attacking the woman in Minnesota. She's trying to close their door, and he's reaching in through the it's like a zombie movie. Calming to gut you mauve. These people are insane. It's the zombie apocalypse who knew the sound be apocalypse was going to be about Democrats. But here it is the NBA apocalypse is on us. You know, if you're like most people, and I think you probably are you have.
"tamir" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"I mean, she's a base wizard and she's also production was her and she's a solo artist as well. She's like not only the real deal. She's like, you know, gifted. So we go the studio, right? And she has reading into it. I'm sorta like, you know, lunch get another guitar player to do this. I mean, you know, you know all these people and she's like, no, no, it's gonna be great. You're going to do it and I'm like, okay, okay. But then we get, you know, the day before. She's like, I think. I'm going to call my friend Doyle bramhall. Maybe he'll come down and you know, just wishing because I'm need to set ears while I'm playing and I'm like, what did she wants? She's have Doyle place like fucking wizard plays with Clapton and fucking. I mean, just, you know. But she's like, no, it's gonna be great. You'll do it. I'm like, oh my God. And then she's like talking about, like, you know, maybe then Montana, you'll come down and do some Oregon. I'm like, well, I just get just you. You guys just do it. I, you know, I don't need to be there. No, no, no. You're going to be great. So anyways. We're doing it and we've, you know, she pulled together this this group. She's got this drummer Tamir Barzilai who plays with her in her touring band, and apparently they were playing together when they opened for the who just last year. So she brought in this piano player. This guy, Zach Ray who's like debt cabs, piano player. He's also played on like Leonard Cohen records and you on Ringo records, Norah Jones, like each wizards. And then this are Monica dude named Jimmy z. He was there fucking in the studio. Jackson Browne studio were Dylan recorded and we're, they're all fucking day. Everyone's fucking killing it genius, and just the layers and then go in once you got to take you want and then working within that one, I don't know. I get it. Now I understand this sort of like what it takes to make the magic that finally makes it into your head on a recording, but also this sort of weird timelessness of doing that. Work weighing down the track, you know, chipping away at it, doing weeds doing, you know, pick up pieces and like like it was just it was pretty pretty fucking amazing. Pretty fun and exciting for you to hear it. And I since I think I believe I co wrote the peace with tall. I imagine we'll have, you know, once Lynn releases the movie after that, I imagine I can play it for you. I will play you the cut, which I believe is now called new boots. So look forward to hearing new boots here sometime you know, next year, I guess. But when as experience, that's all I'm saying, look, as I mentioned before support for today's show comes from squarespace and who's ready to turn a big dream into a reality you are. I know there's lots of you out there. I've got some creative damn people listening in this shown whatever project you're dreaming about scores base is the best way to make your own website to show your stuff off to the world us..
"tamir" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"I don't want to harp on this too much, but I, I was surprised to hear that you didn't want to write about race. You didn't wanna ri-. About these things recently when he started writing music, I didn't know that. Yeah. I would have arguments with myself about it often. Well, you know, after. So we're talking about, you know, my of Lucien is sort of awkward teen in figuring out that the venture had African roots and, and you know, I was grappling with that first of all, and you know, in the midst of this, I think I had a lot of resentment towards. White people as a whole in this very difficult for me because half my family's white and I love them so much, but it's it's difficult I think to to have those two identities warring within you. And so you know, I, I had been privy, I think to some white people saying things that I disagreed with in n I didn't wanna put myself in a position of vulnerability to talk about these issues on stage and write about them in a way that would. Be open to attack into criticism. Vulnerable, right, exactly. You know. And I think. I'm getting there for sure, but it's still scary sometimes to talk about it on stage for sure, especially in a room full of white faces. I wanna talk a little bit rising down though. I think this is an example of a song that perhaps you weren't as afraid to write or have you were still afraid to write it, but you you wrote it anyway. Yeah. I mean rising down was a long process. I actually wrote it while I was in college in West Virginia in the states, and I went down there because I thought, you know, if I'm if I'm playing claw hammer music like claw hammer in old time, Bandara music music. Then I need to spend time in the region that it comes from. And in my third year at the college, I took west African dance in music class, and the professor encouraged us to write about what we are going through and what we are thinking. And around that time, this was twenty fourteen and November of twenty fourteen in Tamir rice had just been killed in Cleveland, Ohio. He was twelve and he was playing with a toy gun and two officers drove Bonham shot him dead. You know, the whole thing takes maybe five seconds. If you have the stomach to watch it in this was, you know. Very public symptom of a larger disease in the United States in in Canada in I had a lot of fear of addressing that disease in because I think to to a certain extent. We go about our days pathologically trying to avoid the fact that it's a reality unless you're a minority in camp of what the fact that it is reality. So rising down, I think, came from separate place of courage of speaking out for people. And so you know, to certain extent was like, well, it's not about me anymore. It's about this larger cause. And so I think through that I was able to speak a little bit more truthfully about those emotions in what it feels like to be black in the world. I'm gonna get you to play the song in a minute, but I'll say this as a person who played for a long time whenever whenever shove a kind of a non folk music event people say, oh yeah, folk music, you know, we shall overcome and where have all the flowers, gone protest music and I'd go, well, you know, I guess what I also I collect music and I tried to play older forms of music. It's a lot deeper than just the stereotype around the Vietnam war and then The to civil the right. rights movement in the enemy that was going on around there. And also I found that the people who were kind of hang that kind of music folk music, we're still kind of playing those songs. They were talking about the Vietnam war. They were singing songs with references to things that were..
"tamir" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Dwi gibson speaking with the l hughley about his new book how not to get shot and other advice from white people published by william morrow you're right about nat turner's rebellion reminded us about what that was turner let us slave rebellion does the slaves took over and and basically went on a rampage where they kill the but a bunch of white overlords and i really do think it plans to see i think most people probably don't know about the incident but they that that is a fear that black people of these marauding gangs of people i it's it's almost funny because we were talking off air and we were talking about tamir rice who a twelve year old boy in cleveland playing with a toy gun he gets shot by police officers there with ill trae he was fired independence police department hired in cleveland five months later he's killing somebody kid and what society deal was i the cleveland plain dinner dealer when it looked at tamir writes his father who had criminal record and then contorted itself because if if if a cop if a if a adult the same age as a cop peculiar to me right had sex with to me rice society to go this child is not adult enough to make those decisions but that child is adult enough to be slain right and and and this is like a kid playing with a toy gun with kids do right it's his fault he got yeah and the and the flexibility of adulthood with sentencing in some states lot of reaching a lot of teenagers be subject showing adult sentenced sort and it's like you you watch what happened in santa fe a kid walking around with a trenchcoat in ninety degree weather eight suspicious but to blade is starbucks is i want to read a quote from the book the circles back to that turner's rebellion that i think speaks to sort.
"tamir" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"She she gave it to me i touched it and i felt really awkward started crying and i felt that she needs she needs she needs someone now like i wanted to sit and talk as to meet i wanted them to you know to talk about normal things life and everything else but no they like going back going back she just wanted her husband back now she wanted someone to help her she wanted someone to be there was obvious there was a tension in the air but again i wouldn't blame her like she was twenty or something when this all of this happened and she was really connected to me or you know and she she missed him a lot i was like i felt that slowly and gradually they were changing me too often i waited for them to ask me to act like him or to even grow my mustache like him you know they wanted wafa again not just spiritually but from the outside tamir didn't want to be at office barbecue comforting his sobbing wife so he stood up and left at least i want to be treated as the mir to have this chance of living give me a chance to live as not as well for had his chance he wanted to go as far away as he could to leave office family to leave the tiny druze community to leave israel he flew into and enrolled in a study program he left wafa behind in the village he's on the bench now i'm on the court one of the first things he did in switzerland was get a tattoo stone that's like a jewel evil hands coming out of it on top and an owl like escaping the hands it's almost being catch by the hands but escaping them with feathers flying everywhere it's like escaping being suppressed.
"tamir" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The air but again i wouldn't blame her like she was twenty or something when this all of this happened and she was really connected to me or you know and she she met him a lot i was like i felt that slowly and gradually they were changing me to offer i waited for them to ask me to act like him or to even grow my mustache like him you know like they wanted wafa again not just spiritually but from the outside tamir didn't want to be at wada's barbecue comforting his sobbing wife so he stood up and left at least i want to be treated as the mir i want to have this chance of living give me a chance to live estimate not as so far for had his chance he wanted to go as far away as he could to leave office family to leave the tiny druze community to leave israel he flew into and enrolled in a study program he left wafa behind in the village he's on the bench now i'm on the court one of the first things he did in switzerland was get attached to stone that's like a jewel evil hands coming out of it on top and an owl like escaping the hands it's almost being catch by the hands but it's escaping them with feathers flying everywhere what's like escaping you know being suppressed he went back to israel year later i came back i i came back with the beard and with d'etudes everywhere end he fell in love.
"tamir" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I i suffer kate at the end of every dream you feel like they're stuffing to people inside you and there's no room so luck you can't breathe the air is going leaving your body and then you wake up sweating and you know i had a big problem in a wedding my bed every time that it happened to me i woke up like you know with a wet bed like i couldn't control my body at all as he got a little older he wanted more control over wada that wafa that showed up without asking in his body mind and dreams he tried summoning wafa look i tried hypnosis and we g boards in you know a lot of spiritual guides and people in ways to communicate with spirits and everything else but i'm afraid what's going to happen maybe at a certain point i'm going to have a mental breakdown and i don't know maybe he's gonna take control over everything you know after high school he started seeing himself from wafa wafa was a big meter so tamir became a vegetarian and i didn't eat meat at all wafa was fit and muscular home i'm sort of a seth rogan kind of guy the last straw came at a family barbecue wada's family barbecue i told them like i'm a i'm a vegetarian now i hate me they side as a thing and they were like like they looked at me ray like cow plus i really like meat so this is there's something wrong here and i said like i'm not that's one wada's widow hannity walks out of the room a few moments later she returned to the barbecue holding the uniform waffle was wearing when he died and we opened the whole thing she she gave it to me i touched it and i felt really awkward started crying and i felt that she needs she needs she needs someone now like i wanted to sit and talk as to meet i wanted them to you know to talk about normal things life and everything else but no they keep going back going back she she just wanted her husband backing out she wanted someone to help her she wanted someone to be there was obvious there was a tension in.
"tamir" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I can't get in trouble for for saying that because he's dead you can get me now and that he had been planning to remove the grenades i told them that i didn't get a chance to because i was killed now they're looking at me they're really shocked and i went back upstairs it was one of my priorities but i wanted to get back i think that's why i i did that when i walked in i wanted to take them away from their even to you know to throw them away or something tamir knows this all sounds unbelievable people outside the druze community the weird thing is that people here in the community see it as a normal things like everyone's cool about it it's normal was not so cool about it in fact he was freaked out mostly because he had no control over when wafa popped into his life i used to dream a lot of seeing my wife in like in her wedding dress standing in the middle of the ocean are now you one tried to catch her been ice hong side the water and i i suffocate at the end of every dream you feel like they're stuffing to people inside you and there's no room so you can breathe the air is going leaving your body and then you wake up sweating and you know i had a big problem with in a wedding my head every time that it happened to me i woke up like you know with a wet bed couldn't control my body at all as he got a little older he wanted more control over wafa that wafa that showed up without asking in his body mind and dreams he tried summoning wafa i tried hypnosis in g board you know a lot of spiritual guides and people and in a way to communicate with spirits and everything else but i'm afraid what's going to happen like maybe at a certain point i'm going to have a mental breakdown and i don't know maybe he's gonna take control over everything you know after high school he started distancing himself from wafa wafa was a big meat eater so tamir became a vegetarian and i didn't eat meat at all wafa was fit and.
"tamir" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"El dorados let larry know what's on your mind starts in the home you know if the ball is not in the home home the boy will find the father in the streets yeah i saw it in my generation in every generation before me and everyone cents starts in the home the streets raise you then judge becomes your mother and in prison become home triple eight nine hundred one s h e triple eight nicer to one seven two forty debt by the way was denzel washington he was promoting his latest movie roman jay israel and i fully expect him to give that usual victocrat line he didn't do it at all starts in the home oh my goodness comply you won't die eric garner clive what he'd be alive michael brown comply would he be alive tamir rice dealing with replica gun on and on and on lucas is in wheaton illinois lucas you're on the larry elder show hi larry how are you i'm doing well thank you for calling thank you i just wanted to comment real quick i've been listening to your show about the comments about the single the single mom in the home raising a child in my parents divorced at at a very young age and i grew up without a dad and as my mom as we grew up my mom had you know a few boyfriends here and there who i consider place holders in my life but most importantly i lived on the south side of chicago inglewood and i grew up in gary indiana and.