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"terrence johnson" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"There's details of that story also available for you over on our website and also on the Odyssey AB on the hockey. The Sabers got back to work yesterday as they get ready to face the New Jersey Devils in the season series finale tonight at KeyBank Center. Yesterday was an optional skate for the players that were a number of players were able to practice and get in some a nice activities. Details of this story and more from yesterday's session can be found at on our website. W G R 5 50 dot com Face off tonight against the Devils that set for seven o'clock with appalling belts pregame show starting at six right here on W GR some scores from around the NHL yesterday, the Oilers getting a four to win on the road in Ottawa over the senator's being while sticking in North Division. The maple leaves getting a 3 to 1 on home ice over the Montreal Canadians the wild, they beat up on the visiting avalanche. 8 to 3. The final score in Minnesota. The Blues on home ice victors over the Vegas Cold Nights. 31 your final score in the King's getting a 43 win over the Coyotes in a big trade happening yesterday in the NHL. Is the Islanders acquiring both Kyle Palmeri and Travis a Jack. From the New York Islanders and quite the package that also includes a 2021 1st round pick that your paddock Chevrolet Sports update Paddock Chevrolet with you for the extra mile. I'm breaking Wilson for w GR Sports Radio 5 50 It's how it's Simon and Jeremy White accepted too deep in the end zone by Terrence Johnson and he brings it out. He may go all the way the 30 gets a block of the 2010 5 touchdown. Eric Johnson goes 102 years. How would Simon? I'm telling you right now? I'm not gonna be a sports fan in my next life. I'm going to get into art Jeremy White. I'd like to discuss no 88 85 52 5 50. It was a good try on your part. I'm sorry. W gr Sports Radio 5 50. Good morning. Happy Masters Thursday. Jeremy White Cell Carpaccio and Brayton Wilson. Howard's vacation continues. He's back on Monday, and we're rolling.
"terrence johnson" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"It was the best one again accordingly to that particular philosophy, right? I mean, the whole reason of seeding the way I did was, I figured these two would have the best. This would be the one that had the best chance and I was wrong. It was to me. I see that Jerry Hughes is fumble recovery like I thought that would have the best chance. But as this has gone on, it's real. I've realized that people have told me no, it simmers. Punch out is so that's why that is now. Going? T o have a chance to get to the final. So is this where we do? Uh, You know it's not exit polling, but I mean it's 117 votes in. Is it safe to declare them race over now? Karen Johnson against Gabriel, There was just no time. It's 97% to 3%. With 117 votes in so wolf. I mean, this is like, I don't even know I'm trying to think, um don't know Indiana from 76 the last team to go to run the table undefeated. Go have a perfect season and win the national championship. I mean, Terence, just like you know what you should do? Go back and share Isaiah Thomas in the NFL. Yeah, he would have been on the 17 16, right. So thanks anyway, you know, so the highest if Karen Johnson's pick six ends up winning this thing, which I think it would. It would be interesting to see the highest percentage any of the opponents plays. The other play would have gotten because what are we talking like 1% 3%. I don't think anyone's gone beyond three or 5% when they matched up against Sharon Johnson's Big six No, you're right about that. The other one's neighbors Punch out is leading in the early voting. 200 votes in 68 to 32% over 70 TD catch. I'm not gonna lie voted for Zimmer's punch out of that match up to On and I voted for Terrence Johnson. I mean, come on, Adolf three old 5 50 to join us. 885 52 5 50 yard coming up in the next hour. We will get some bills football tied and signing over the weekend. We'll talk about what they might still be working on over there. At one bills, Dr. By the way, you can vote in the Final four. I allowed to say Final four. Is that copyright? I don't even know you can vote in the semi finals of the play of the year at at South Sports Phone lines up to join US two on WJR. Sabers. Coach Watch on W G. R is powered by GEN Tech Power Systems Your team for Generac home generator Repairs, Service and sales Sports Radio.
"terrence johnson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Us know when and where. He has run on the turf. And he got over it nicely. Listen. No guarantees. No promises. I love it. When the people I talk to you, Rex Chapman used to remind me this quite a bit. This is how Rex and I got really, really close When Rex playing the MBA. Rex would come on the program and we talk basketball and always love Rex. Because Rex had this great flair. Rex was a great player. But then one day Rex started to talk to me. About some of the jungle horses. And Rex knew more about my horses than I did. I'm like, dude, How do you know that? Then I realized very quickly that Rex knew a hell of a lot more about horse racing than I knew. So of course, he knew more about my horses than I knew. Sample. James Kelly. I mean, James Kelly knows more about cruel intention than I do. And he said he likes him, but One more thing about that race. Before and notice. I'm not saying you hate clones Hit that load up on that. I'm not saying that at all, because I have no idea how it's gonna go. Horse racing, I've always said is a punch in the face that kick in the ass. It's a short race. It's not 11 Horsfield. He's on the grass. All about the trip is me a lot of traffic so I can't guarantee anything. There is the head. We gonna hit that? They're gonna get down. Do you like what he had to say? Terrence Johnson coming up next? Our open phones to start our to stay tuned. Uh, I've so sit. Oh,.
"terrence johnson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Kill off the right shoulder. The snap Mark Jackson, back to throw guns and into the end zone, intercepted two yards deep in the end zone intercepted by Terrence Johnson, and he brings it out, and he's still on the run. He may go all the way he's in the Baltimore 40 30 gets a block at the 2010 5 touchdown. Touchdown. Terrence Johnson goes 102 yards with Annan. Don't Interception Touchdown Buffalo When they say something like it's happened to happen in slow motion was kind of like that, like when he's running. Sharon Johnson's running. I'm in the moat down there is a sideline reporter and I could see Taran Johnson running. I could see the sidelines going crazy, and I just see these people a sea of people. Just it was incredible. The emotion to start pulling it kind of like it that moment. I think it was Jamie that you kind of knew they were gonna win. Just because the Ravens had so much trouble in that game, you know, moving the ball. The bills are about to go up to scores. That was was really cool about it. I'll tell you, you know, I've been here a long time covering this team haven't left your the whole time I left. I came back. But I've been, you know part of following this team since I was a little kid, And that is one of the not only greatest place in Buffalo Bill's history, I would say, one of the greatest place in Buffalo sports history. That's how big it was. This is after hours with Amy Lawrence Sal carpaccio from W Gr our Buffalo affiliates and also Bill Sideline reporter is he points out, had a front row seat when the chaos erupted. And as Karen Johnson was snaking his way through every level of the Ravens offense to try to return that pick And once he got the block that sprung him from Lamar Jackson, he was off to the races 101 yards. An interception return for a touchdown. That really did bury the Ravens in the third quarter of their divisional playoff game, and now it's on to the A F C championship first time for the Bills since 1993 when it was Chiefs and bills. And Joe Montana and Jim Kelly Hall of Famers. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS Sports Radio, John Murphy is the play by play Voice of the Bills and, of course, part of that same broadcast team. If you miss my conversation with Sal, it's great stuff. We talked about the Hall of Famers from the nineties with the bills. He's in touch with a lot of them as well as the excitement of having fans back. The disappointment of Brian Table in not getting selected for the Chargers head coaching job on also the development of Josh Alan. Really good stuff with him about Josh is completion rate now, his accuracy and how it's improved. And at the end, we did chance to ask him about Philip Rivers because he saw Rivers last NFL game last playoff game in person there in Buffalo. So definitely check out that conversation with South. He's a lot of fun. After hours, Amy Lawrence dot com is our podcast address, and we do tweet and post the links on Facebook as well. Every weekday morning. Of course, the Bills don't know yet if Patrick Mahomes will be available for the A F. C championship, though he did practice On Wednesday in a limited capacity and in his coach Andy Reid gives the update There's only certain things you can do, and it's limited basis. But today is a little bit limited practice. So he this fit right into what he could do. And And but he took all the snaps and No, you feels It feels good, So I mean, we're just We're just gonna follow this bird called. Eyes closed. We possibly can. So any everything that they have asked of Patrick the homes to this point, he is passed with flying colors, so he's in the concussion protocol. Of course, there are five different steps that he asked. You achieve, hey, was allowed to do limited work, no contact, and on Wednesday that was fine because they don't do hard practice on Wednesday, But it's just another step toward him clearing protocols on being able to participate on Sunday he was a full participant, quote unquote. That was his designation and practice, but The team actually reverse that and went back to limited, which was weird. It created a bit of a controversy, but nothing changed it. Really. The designation needs to be accurate because the NFL gets ticked off if you're not completely one of the percent accurate with your injury reports on DSA, so he's in concussion protocol. But to this point, there have been no setbacks. It's after hours on CBS Sports Radio coming up Sunday, we've got that spot in Super Bowl 55 that is the prize like the carrot dangling above the field as the Buffalo Bills. Take on the Kansas City Chiefs and the A F C championship in Arrowhead. You want to start with the pregame The NFL on CBS kicks off at 6 P.m. Eastern three Pacific with JB and the guys. That's the NFL today, followed by the A F C Championship Sunday on CBS. What about Philip Rivers? Not only are we asking you the Hall of Fame question, but who replaces him? There are a myriad of options. I do not know which direction the cold's go, Frank, right can certainly develop quarterbacks. That's the position. He knows. Obviously, any words well, with Carson Wentz could be Carson. Might Sam Darnel be available still early in his career with a lot of potential. Maybe some of you are suggesting that Ryan could we go crazy, crazy and when they try to make a play for you Shawn Watson. What about a Dak Prescott who does not have a contract, though the Cowboys say they're committed to him, But if they tag him a second time, you would think he'd be looking elsewhere. So there are some interesting options of Jamis Winston and Andy Dalton. What about Image trip? I can't even say it. I can't say with a straight face, Mitch too risky and Frank, right, that that to me is not a match. Made in heaven. You know what producer Dave? It would be the opposite. Of the Big three in Brooklyn. It felt right. It felt perfect. It felt like we belong together. No one's going to say that about Frank Reich and Mitch. Too risky. That's not happening. So right.
"terrence johnson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Intercepted by Terrence Johnson, and he brings it out, and he's still on the run. He may go all the way he's in the Baltimore 40. The 30 gets a block at the 2010 5 touchdown. That's sad. Erik Johnson goes 102 yards with Annan Don't Interception. Touchdown Buffalo Why song come out, usually There's a lot of bodies around you. You want to stay in, so I was like, damn it. He's gonna get tackled the final tend and I'll tell you what our trade white to go up ahead and get a block of them are springing free. I mean, it's unbelievable. Josh Allen's review when Karen Johnson first came out of the end zone with that interception off Lamar Jackson, and he's like, Dang it, He's gonna get cold. And then somehow he weaved his way through all of those bodies, and he points out the block of Lamar, who was the only guy fast enough. Who is going to be able to get an angle to potentially catch him. But Johnson was off to the races and he outpaced the field. He lapped the field in your choice for TD of the week. The call with John Murphy on the Bills radio network, so we'll get set up for championship Sunday these next couple of days. If you miss my conversation with lions play by play voice did Miller. He's so good, much more subdued. What he's doing an interview here on the show, but check it out really good stuff on Matthew Stafford. He's had a chance to talk to the new general manager who was introduced on Tuesday. That's Brad Homes were expecting Dian Campbell to be introduced on Wednesday or Thursday as the new head coach, and so we got the reaction from Detroit on our podcast again after hours, Amy Lawrence dot com You also heard a little bit of Aaron Rodgers and Sandy Alderson. And, of course, Kyrie because he's resurfaced. I'm not gonna let that ruin my day. Have a great Wednesday. We'll.
"terrence johnson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Of our Jackson, back to throw guns and into the end zone intercepted two yards deep in the end zone intercepted by Terrence Johnson, and he brings it out, and he's still on the run. He may go all the way he's in the Baltimore 40 30 gets a block at the 20. 10 5 Touchdown touchdown. Terrence Johnson goes 102 yards with Annan Don't Interception Touchdown, Buffalo John Murphy, the voice of the Bills and Bills radio. It was a turning point of the game. It could've been a tie game with that throw instead, back the other way. It's a 14 point lead. For the bills. They never relinquished it. Winning the game by 14 points and one of the coolest parts about this year's postseason is fan bases like the Bills and, like the Browns, finally being delivered from all of their pain and torture. Bills. Fans have always been one of the most passionate in all of football, and now they're getting to celebrate their own team, and that had to deal with the torture each and every year, But this is a bills fan base that used to sit outside of the parking lot at old Rich Stadium. Now it's Didn't renamed a couple of different times, but In a hot tub among strangers in January in western New York, and now with the zoo, bison, the pennants flying the bills or back of the A F C championship game. When we come back a game for the ages, Breeze and Brady literally and we preview Chiefs and Browns as well. Plus the mess in Houston D, a CBS sports radio Sarah. I did it Did what? It's perfect. What's perfect? Got Kristen. An engagement ring. A New Dominion jewelers would be perfect. Yeah, I learned so much, and I was able to design it myself. I tell it to you, Dominion Jewelers. It's where you design the ring that says I want to spend the rest of my life with you that we just need to figure out how I'm going to pop the question..
"terrence johnson" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Touchdown touchdown. Terrence Johnson does 102 yards. Within in. Don't interception touched up Buffalo. Unbelievable. The play of the season. That play would put the bills up 16 to 3 in the third quarter same quarter now goes over Lamar Jackson's head. He scoops it up on the five We'll throw it out of bounds, but he's gonna get flagged for intentional grounding because he was not outside of the tackle box. Jackson is still down in the end zone. He was hit as he released the ball he is laying on his back in the end zone. Flag has been thrown as the medical team comes out to take a look at Lamar Jackson. Time has expired at the end of the third quarter and bad has gotten worse. Lamar Jackson was ruled out for the rest of the game after that. Zeroes on the clock. 17 points for the Bills three for the Baltimore Ravens and the Buffalo Bills advanced to the A F C championship game next Sunday. 6:40 P.m., either here or in Kansas City, first time since January of 1994. 27 years. The bills get the 17 to 3 when and move on to the NFC championship Bills. Defense was the story of the night to Ron Johnson talked about what was clicking for the team, you know? We hear a lot of buzz that are run deep differences and isn't that good? But I feel like we showed that today and kept anchored once on the board, so just the fact that we had that we executed and deep inside of the ball and special teams played well, like how community football so I'm just proud of our guys. No way. Stepped up to the challenge on the other side of the field. Ravenshead coach John Harbaugh on what he saw in the Bills. Defensive effort. They didn't do anything. Really, That surprised us. We're prepared for that thought they executed well. We executed well, times. We weren't able to finish the drives, and they get the points that we needed. That's the bottom line. Omar Jackson went down in that game didn't come back on the field. Here's an update. Mars frustrated, but he's going to be all all right. He said that Amar told him that he's fine from the concussion, but he's just frustrated. He wasn't able to be out there and finish out the game. And you kind of sense that When you still have walking into the locker room, he he kind of threw up his hands a little bit. You know, you could just tell he was he was frustrated and not being there because He had worked so hard to get this team to this position, and it was such a tough game for the entire offense to that point, but for him, not be able to even try to attempt to come back. That's gonna be weighing on him tonight, and probably throughout the whole offseason. That was NFL Ravens reporter Jamison Hensley. NFL winding down. It's still pretty early in the MBA season this season, however, has already given us so many good story lines. One that started before the season did James Harden's discontent and Houston? Well, he's in Brooklyn now as of Wednesday, and he suited up for the first time with the Nets on Saturday against the Magic..
"terrence johnson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Came into Saturday for all time in home, divisional round playoff games for Smith and the Bills up 10 to 3 on the Ravens. Buffalo got defensive snap of our Jackson back to throw guns it into the end zone, intercepting too deep in the end zone intercepted by Terrence Johnson, and he brings it out. He's still on the run. He may go all the way he's in the Baltimore 40 30 gets a block at the 2010 5 touchdown. The call on the Buffalo Bills radio network. Lamar Jackson suffered a concussion suit after Bills hang on 17 3 and head to their first conference championship in 27 years, And for all that Aaron Rodgers has accomplished in his whole fame career. There's one thing he's never done. Play in an NFC championship game at Lambeau Field. Well, check that one off the list as the Packers rolled up 484 yards of offense on their way to a 32 18 something of the rand. Around the coaching carousel. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter. The Eagles have requested interviews with a pair of offensive coordinators, the Patriots Josh Daniels and the Chiefs of Erik the enemy. Their head coaching vacancy. Also, the Bills offensive coordinator, Brian Table has emerged as the favorite to land the head coaching job with the charges, but they must wait for the barrels to be finished with the postseason before they could negotiate. No. On the hardwood. James Harden the feud in a Brooklyn uniforms and nab a triple double in the next 1 22 1 15 win over the Magic and Marshall is expected the higher Alabama assistant, Charles huh, as their new head coach. We're back on Monday.
"terrence johnson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Takes a shotgun snap. Gonna throw it fires it has picked up intercepted by Terrence Johnson in midfield body down the right sideline. He's gonna score. He's gonna score a touchdown. Buffalo ducks down here in Johnson. The Bills get a touchdown pick from Karin Janssen. You know, we made a few plays in the first half. Defensively, they made a few plays their plays a more significant than ours that pick six Would these significant play? Definitely wasps, because at that point, it's almost like it unlocked everything that we know about Buffalo. They became much more bills. E must Morville ish, much more buffalo like After that pick six by Karen Johnson, a 51 Yard score and the call with John Murphy on the Bills Radio network. So then that's right at the end of the first half. Sweep into the second half, and the Bills have the ball to start the quarter. They're opening drive. Goes eight plays, and here was the major adjustment. Four of them went to Savan digs. So we'll call this these two fine digs wrinkle the Stefan Diggs adjustment They were finding him on the outside, and all of a sudden offense looked a whole lot simpler. And so while Pittsburgh Can only manage a pair of three and outs to start the second half. The offense found a rhythm for Buffalo. The snap out of the gun. Josh.
"terrence johnson" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"And then down through Lake Worth in Tarrant County and down to Ben Brooke in southwestern Tarrant County, trailing on back down, 3 77 the grand bury these storms. Are moving anywhere from 35 to 40 to 50 MPH and may contain some intense straight line winds. Now we did have a tornado warning issued nor effort Northern Denton County There's still a pretty good notch. In this line of storms between Aubrey and Little L'm, But, uh, in this particular weather scenario, it's not likely that you would see a classic. Tornado outbreak leading edge spin ups down bursts all those things. They also kind of show up on the radar and again since it's utterly dark, nobody could see anything. It's understandable why the weather service would go ahead and issue a tornado warning against a very gusty down burst went looks like some absolutely Torrential, intense rainfall. Uh, just west of spina moving in. You haven't seen rain like that in a long time. And that's moving into Selena in northern Collin County. Also all through Denton Argyle Kofi Club, almost down the well in the Hazlett now moving toward killer. In the middle of Lake Worth and then again from Ben broke clear on down to Granbury. It's likely that additional severe thunderstorm warnings issued downstream in other portions of Terrence Johnson, Dallas Ellis Rock wall in Kaufman counties. As this line continues to move through, we'll keep you advised live from the W B A P. Weather center meteorologist Brad Barton Back to Chris Crock Show on W B A P A 20 new sake. 20 w b a P. Thanks for tuning in to the Chris Craft Show I am KC. Bartholomew was sitting in today stepping aside as needed. Whenever there's any updates on the weather, we will throw it right back to Brad Martin, the chief meteorologist here, uh, to give you any and all updates that we need to give you It's far, far more important. Anything I'm doing. So, um Just be aware and two in an apparently got some small hail out there. We've got the 60 mile an hour winds, the severe thunderstorm warning and Dentyne talent. I'm sorry, Tarrant, Collin County's and Grayson County, so there's a lot going on on and you just need to be made aware of it. And again. As soon as we have any updates, we will go to, UM, chief meteorologist Brad Barton. Azaz needed OK, we have been talking about and we will get this in and we'll beat this over with as many times as many times as I need to step away. We'll come back. The way some.
"terrence johnson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"News We appreciate you appreciate yet working. If you're just waking up and grab that cup of coffee and maybe flipping Assan, we appreciate you as well. No doubt about it. We got a lot to talk about this morning. Coming up in about 1/2 hour's time is a big year for Belem in athletics, but thee a son, now delaying some sports will talk with Coach Scott Davenport live at 7 45 He'll talk about that 8 35 this week and financial news with weighing Porter with money for 11 We'll run that down in 8 45 We'll head out the Lin Family Stadium, site of tonight's match between Liu City and Sporting Kansas City to a big game, no doubt for loose city after two straight losses in the new venue. Meanwhile, anti sentiment sent Semitism I'm sorry is on the rise in the United States in a recent string of high profile instance says, reignited the conversation about to combat it. CBS News is drink A Duncan now takes a deep dive into the history of anti Semitism and the rich history between African Americans. The African American community and the Jewish communities. This Instagram post sparked an unexpected conversation. Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver to Sean Jackson posted a quote he attributed to Adolf Hitler. It read in part, Jews will blackmail America. I believe That this is only through education that all people are the same. No difference as far as I'm concerned, so Holocaust survivor Edward Mas Berg turned it into a teaching moment. 94 year old invited Jackson to visit Ash wits were nearly a 1,000,000 Jews were murdered during Hitler's regime. He immediately accepted. What does that say about the Sean Jackson? I want to say a season gentleman, Mas Berg says he lost 16 relatives in the Holocaust. He now travels the world to teach people about the horse he and millions of others faced. How did you survive by luck? Daschle Mas burgs and Jackson's Story of acceptance and learning is one that derives from a deep and rich history. Black and Jewish Americans have linked arm in arm in their fights for equality. Terrence Johnson is an associate professor at Georgetown who teaches the class called Blacks and Jews in America. There's something about religion and politics that Are deeply ingrained within the traditions, both of them blacks and an American Jews. And so when they see themselves fighting against, say, segregation, Jim Crow anti Semitism in the back of their mind, they're thinking of excess motif. This idea that God is with them in history, they're intertwined paths brought them together during the civil rights movement. During what became known as Freedom. Summer In 1964 2 Jewish men and one black man, Andrew Goodman, Michael Schwerner and James Chaney were murdered in Mississippi while trying to register Black Americans to vote. Their deaths and the subsequent media covered sparked a major change in the portrayal of the movement must not remain silent. And at the historic 1963 March on Washington it was Rabbi You're welcome, Prince. He spoke just before his friend. Reverend Dr Martin Luther King Jr.
"terrence johnson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Toy turned to the audience for questions. I have I to Irene Jolson answer one or the other of them as briefly as possible the first is so since the founding of this country, we have struggled with what we mean by rights, and how rights should be provided. One of the most fascinating exhibits in Washington DC is the is the viewing of the declaration of independence, and the constitution showing the mockups than the changes over time as they're being developed, very very significant changes, our founding fathers really argued about what those should be. They put in as slavery provision took those out put in women took them out. So this was and this is a very talented. I wonder if you think because we now think of rights. In very different ways fifty years ago who would have thought about writes, a small handful of Americans. So I wonder if you can say what you think about it changing definition of right? And what that means. And the second option is imagine it's twenty twenty-five you notice not too far into the future. Magin? It's twenty twenty five. Would you civil rights look like in the United States? And remember how much has changed just in the last seven years. So which question what you like? The first one again. You clearly don't want the second one. The first one is. Essentially, but the definition of civil rights, and if you think that definition has changed is changing. And if so what that means. Okay. So I don't think the fundamental definitional. Civil rights has changed. Needs to change the fundamental basis for what we do understand people become more comfortable, and no one that the rights are going to be adhere to then the the one thing that sets them apart from everybody else. Whether you're you're Hispanic whether you're a single woman, whether you are a particular race, or even a particular religious belief, then you are more encouraged to say, listen, I am proud of who I am. Then I should not be discriminated because this person believes something else. I think you're more encouraged to to come forth and have your your belief in your own rights. Adhere to interesting and for more likely to be active. Yes. Adventure? I just very quickly. I would just sort of the category of rights in general is just a really it's a contest the category, obviously, it's under attack and there's multiple voices. Claim to in my fear is that without kind of his range of historical narratives with understand, right? It's it will just be co opted in very dangerous ways. For example. My fear is that given the ways in which we are divided in our country. There's a growing number of people who feel as they their voices have been put to the margins. Whether it's -servative with us, the progressives. And. I don't know. I think. I think the number of people now beginning to sort of place power as an important kind of extension of rights. But again, I just see going deeper and deeper into our silos, and I'm not sure how we get out of it. Right. Because I think terrorism Terrence Johnson. We haven't dealt with the fund militia around loss and also in terms of how we have clung to the category of race as a way to denigrate people, and now it's come back to haunt us. And we're not really sure what do we do? With many of the great example. I mean, I read about about Thomas Jefferson high school, and how you know, people are very concerned that the schools down mostly Asian Asian Americans and commentator respondents. So what's interesting because when the high school was built there was a rumor that this was established to keep blacks out of the school, and to keep sort of, you know, WikiLeaks sues sort of integrates in a safe space in our is now we have a new group of people who have mastered the rules. So people are very concerned or wait a minute. There's a whole new group of students who are taking over this. Now, what do we do with probably created to keep your problem out? Now, we have a new probably merging. So I just feel as if there's so many issues related to history related to sense of loss and the sense of being wiped out until we deal with those issues. I think we're going to misuse and abuse rights, and we're not going to heal from the trauma. Racism, and it gets in the way of the convergence and clever ration- addressing BC grant. Kathleen, Kennedy Townsend love just to move off of the question loss, which the way to deal with losses to the future. And how do you develop a great view of future can be? And that's I think what Obama gave us, you know, the idea of hope for the future. One of my favorite parts of the declaration is the right to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness because I think that what the founders meant by the pursuit of happiness was the ability to get involved in politics. He last, but if you actually go back to the eighteenth century, you'll see that word happiness was really associated with your notion of public happiness. And the idea was if you really think about what that revolution about it was not about just my private life. They head the founders head nice private lives not too cello. Montpellier John Adams had a nice life in Massachusetts. What they wanted with the ability. Remember, the the slogan of that revolution was not no taxation. It was no taxation without representation. It was the idea that you wanted to be able to control what was going on in your life. And it really goes back to the ancient you can tell I've talked about this before not coming to the Greeks. Which was the ancient Greek word for idiot Diaz was a private person somebody not engaged in public life. And that's really I did not make this up. I can tell this really comes from Hannah Arendt in her book on revolution. Where she said. The whole revolution was really about where we get our happiness was from being. Involved in public affairs, having our views listen to and having a sense of power about that. We can be. Have a role and that that's what the American revolution about. They didn't want to be subjects. They wanted to have power and one of the challenges. And I think that really rolls off your idea that if you don't if you have a world in which we're in a zero sum game, everybody's going to have a sense of loss. But if you have a politics in which everybody has a role to play then you don't have a central loss. And it depends on how you have politicians talk about what we're doing is it we all get to vote, or is it we're not gonna have the right to vote, and it was really got to tell you. I loved what you said at the beginning. Because I thought it was so interesting about. I remember my father and Martin Luther King having this argument about voting and my father thought voting was really important because that's as you can tell that's how the Irish did. Well in Boston not they didn't do well in business in Boston. They did well by voting and Martin Luther King. I can see did. Well, not by voting is the voting was difficult. If you're African American but by doing well, and I've community or in a church setting. Was made it clear to me. Now, why he didn't think it was funny? And just the woman who cleaned my house literally would ask me to go to her church because when she was in church. She was the minister, so she she had a totally different role in her community. She could preach she could sing. So she was powerful in a different setting. And it was I just love what you said. So in different roles in different situations. People have different roles nonetheless, I still like politics this. In fact, there's this whole audience who has sat here and learned about the role of politics laughs at me, very hurtful. I'm gonna come over. But I think that you should rethink your laughter at somebody who's been involved in politics and has a really important message yet involved in politics you were much happier on Tuesday when people want the Democrats did. So don't laugh. Discussion at Georgetown University December fourteenth idea that with the civil rights movement. It really was a project with how do we actually expand rights? And I think a lot of people assume whoever read history that is about taking something away. But if you look at the history of American political thought, it's always been about how do we exit expand this model? Yes. Make it fluid for a wide range of people. Yes. And I think that's what I think. That's why I talked about president Kennedy's saying that this is a moral issue and immorality exchange would expand things. And what I find interesting about this is that so he gave that speech in the United States about. In June, two days later, he went to Berlin. And he said it been on Berliner, which is an incredible thing. If you think that twenty years before we were at war with Germany at twenty years just thinking about where you were twenty years before you were fighting somebody, and you were probably weren't finding somebody. Maybe you probably weren't what if you're thinking about how angry were his brother was killed in the war. They were people hated the Germans. I mean, they had their families were killed by the Germans and he's same rate there. I am German. So he's asking people to forgive the Germans and to say, I am a German. So he's just just as he's saying in the United States. I feel put your foot in the hand and the steps of an African American. He's going to the world at Germany and said, I'm German put your stand up for them. Just as. And he's he's really extrordinary person to be able to say to everybody put yourself just where you don't wanna be an expand your moral universe to to think of yourself in a different place. Be courageous. I don't know if you've ever seen this graffiti, but one of my favorite graffiti, probably Houston, it's in Baltimore. Okay. Class working class wall in Baltimore will then of course, I've seen. Okay. And so this. A white working class. Aaron Baltimore sprayed in deep pink is the phrase democracy. It's not just a Greek myth. That's good. Irene Jolson, Georgetown University. Professor. Would you like to say something about? I wonder if you could. Imagine twenty twenty-five and say what you think civil rights is going to be like in the United States briefly in twenty twenty five. Well, I think if we all listen in if we all learn, and if we got to listen to people a lot of people, don't listen, and they don't here. And so they proceed in their righteous way of doing things because they think they are the leaders. And if you don't you don't know how to lead you should get out of the field. And and that's kind of where it is. We all have our own feelings our own knowledge in our own way of life. But that doesn't mean ours is better than anybody else. So let's start listening, and let's start accepting and that start realizing we're not the most important person here. Thank you know, that's the way alive, and we have to we have to learn how to share we have to learn how to care and. It's going to work because people aren't going to step up to do. It might seem like it's the end of the world. It's not going to be the end of the world. If you're going to really care who you are. And who your next person is our who your neighbor is and learn how to listen in here. I just wanted to. Also talk about expanding of the civil rights. The district of Columbia has nineteen protected categories. In my experience. I think is the most of any other jurisdiction at the local level Sonia. Gutierrez federal level civil rights laws are fine protects your six seven categories the district with text nine thousand nine.
"terrence johnson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Could we would you mind? Terrence. Being the next person to speak so terri-. So I apologize Jackson. Let me know early this morning that he unfortunately, couldn't be with us. And he said I want to tell you who should be there. It'd be terri- Johnson. Perfect. So turns Johnson is a professor at Georgetown. In both political science and religion. Isn't that a wonderful combination? I'm not gonna say anything beyond that. So we Terence's as is very knowledgeable knowledgeable about the history of civil rights in the United States has been quite engaged and not too long ago convened, a really wonderful symposium here at Georgetown. Religion and black lives matter and had some speakers who had been involved in Charlottesville a year and a few months ago and from Howard University in central so you could share with us. I think for them vacation want to begin by. Introducing you to my late grandmother. Mary Kay Johnson. She was born in Alabama. Was a share cropper spent most of her life. Mopping the floor either at a state hospital or cleaning white people's homes and striking about our life. Is that despite never being called by her surname in public? You know, often taking the bus to work in the morning at six AM or five AM. She found a way to find the dignity. Church or within our family or in house, she cured for neighbors. And I mentioned this story very briefly because we all have these kinds of stories, but what's interesting to me. It was a question of sort of working through this idea of what does it mean to be a problem in this question that the boys raise as early as eighteen ninety seven was a question that I discovered I think my grandmother's life that she really sort of reflected on and I believe many other black women as well reflected on the same question. Particularly in the black church a space that Evelyn Brooks second Botham 'cause sort of a counter public sphere. And as I think about the rights movement would that without so these black women who were day workers who were caretakers of white children that these black preachers, mostly black mill preachers would not have been able right to make these credible speeches where to travel or have the resources right to fight against political injustice. And and as I think about this idea of how do you sort of think through the problem of what does it mean to be a problem? These black women created in his black churches. Right. A space to have these conversations and to build sort of our life that the boys called within the veil that would give them meaning. And I share the story in part to show that the civil rights movement was I had this sort of major tension. I think we're still trying to work through this idea that on the one hand kings, arguing the leaders milliliters arguing for we want political Justice, we want voting rights, but what's interesting. I would argue that part of the problem is that we attach human dignity to achieving voting rights, some people want to push back and say, that's lightly problematic. Right because what happens when the government takes away your rights, vote does your human dignity. Also give you rates at that moment. And I think black women in particular have been pushing back this idea of wanting to have more nuance of how we see political Justice how we achieve political Justice. And so when we arrive at sixty seven sixty eight we'll see the mergers of black power. Well, so who Carmichael say look. It's not simply about asking white people were asking politicians to give us something. Right. We need to figure out how then do you amass the power to make certain demands? And so with the sort of very very brief introduction. I think it's not unusual to see the emergence of the black lives matter lives matter in many respects is about this idea of what do you do with the torture to black body? What do you deal? How do you deal with the lingering question? How does it feel to be a problem that never gets address? Right. You can pass the Voting Rights Act you can pass through a housing acts. But when people see you as a problem, right? We will find different ways to recycle ghetto selves in to figure out. What do we do with this problem and? And so black black lives matter, emerges impart clearly is result killings of black police officers against black and Latino men and women. But I also want to think you look at of the credo of black lives matter. It's about how do you find human dignity how to use what a deal with sort of the souls of black people, and I just want to end by saying, you know, that's the tension. We face I think as a country, right? What happens when laws are removed? How do humans emerged how do they respond, and I think the black churches a really great example? Right. How people have have sort of build internal resources how they find a space to talk about sort of civic responsibility. How the space to create schools where to create a world in which they have. Meaning even when routes. I wrote says you don't matter. Right. You do not matter. And so I think we're left with the question of do we respond by creating more internal world when you're rejected by the broader society. And and that's the question. And they were lucky with now. I think people don't know what to do. And so on. I know we'll have a few minutes by wanted to sort of give that example of the death of my grandmother and a black women using their knowledge to push back at this idea of voting rights is the only way to human dignity. So I think I in their professor Terrence Johnson discussion at Georgetown University in Washington DC, December fourteenth this air. She's been radio programming from Thursday..
"terrence johnson" Discussed on The Man Cave Chronicles
"I don't have cable i'll even had enough lakes some pretty much in the dark i'm indicate like literally but i do watch a lot of film and i think that's where i you know yes what i do most is wash a lot of film and tied decipher film and see what's good we'll see what's bad yeah that's about it i don't watch any tv shows really busy right now though the the tour yeah you guys are busy man yeah yes it's busy i wish i was busier but we'll see like i just do want to keep working you know i mean i just wanna keep shooting and yeah that's us some gene do you have any projects that are happening like from now until season to start filming nothing like hundred percents solid because especially in this business like this and nothing solid is like you know only when we start rolling the tate when we started like shooting on site that's when i feel like okay this legit i've just been talking to some directors and producers and that's about it yeah i do also have a series coming up like it's that i shot recently called vampire resistance core and that's with a brilliant in terrence johnson and hopefully that'll get picked up but it still hasn't been fully done yet so we're still working on post production stuff yeah and there's a couple of things out on netflix still and it we'll see we'll see what is one fun fact about you that you want the listeners to know one fact oh shoot or if you hose yeah i don't i have any not that far man you shoo who do you do in the nights that you're not working oh man i'm a nerd i i like i like to watch movies i play video games man yeah i'm just a kid i just do stupid things like here and there but yeah fund shoot what's your favorite i afford night four nights pretty late so i like for night yeah plus i play bit of pudgy also so those are my two games right now collared nah i mean i played it is is like hella realistic and cool but it doesn't have the fun factor afford night of you know what i mean like their whole survival is just awesome i downloaded a nine when i came out on my phone i still haven't played yeah you can't do it off home but you gotta go gotta go live on their right how can the listeners find you on social media what are your social media handles oh ill be f e o n p y so like my i might malek's my last name soon newbie like sun newbie or joe jo sego j j j o j o e j o e j o e seo yeah those are all my like instagram stuff and yeah you guys could follow me on that snap wherever you know is there anything else you want to listen before we end this everyone out there just don't bully anybody be nice to spread love don't be cuyler guys and yeah just keep watching covered by absolutely man.
"terrence johnson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"As well as tune in what if i told you a team lost the game one hundred two to nothing and there were no hard feelings that happened recently in a girls basketball game in the state of men of montana's accused me when brocton high school loss in one hundred and two to nothing one old two to nothing in his speechless by what he hit noah no hard feelings is what got me there were no hard feelings will according to the coach who coached the team he said here's the whole situation would happen he's been a varsity coach of brocton for seven years normally according to the coach terrence johnson the heck of the brocton high school who was wanted in two to nothing to the ford medicine lake red hawks normally he says he will have nine or ten girls of railway game time as the game time got closys started losing players for various reasons he got the word on friday that another girl got sick and could not go so he l one eight greater a first year freshman and three sophomores one sophomores playing for the first time since sixth grade the frenchman had never really played any ball until this year he said the ones who could not play with my upperclassmen my ballhandlers their tall as play was five seven four dollars player was six feet six one six two those three he said we knew we were getting into we spent two weeks getting ready for this game but when we get down to five players all the game plans went out the window they stopped taking stats in the first quarter he said he's not even sure if they had double figures and field goal attempts by plays with down the four when a sophomore started to ankara early in the.
"terrence johnson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The upper tracy jockey bloomberg business on wbz newsradio 1030 thanks tracy wbz news time five ten 73 degrees in boston is gonna be a chilly night tonight compared to what it's been like the past couple of nights temperatures going to drop into fifty to about fifty here in the city of boston and it could be under the 40s out some of the suburbs so open up the windows we'll check the fourday wbz accuweather forecast coming up traffic and weather together on the threes a dorchester managed to prison after switching his plea as a jury was being chosen for his murder trial joe alvin vincente the admitted to manslaughter and other charges in the killing of terrence johnson prosecutors say he shot johnson in the head may 2011 near humphrey street and humpreys place after the few argued been gendi is sentenced to at least fourteen years once again the white house's in pitch mode this time there selling a tax cut the president and congressional republicans say under their plan corporations would see their top tax rate cut from thirty five percent to twenty percent president trump wants to go lower but he says the number really works of 20 treasury secretary steve mnuchin says the middle class will also get relief leising aimless standard dark chen affectively the ten percent bracket will disappear and i can assure you there will be nobody that was in the ten percent that will be paying higher taxes democratic congressman stephen lynch of massachusetts does not like the proposal cigarette really a bill that he'd put out it's a it's a framework so would i think car trillions of dollars overnight couldn't year and i don't i don't see how we could maintain the benefits that we do for people in the country in his latest tweet president donald trump notes that the democrats are opposed the plan saying democrats don't want massive tax cut how does that when elections wbz news time 512.
"terrence johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It was just last year at the university drop the tradition of playing dick see at football games when some students which out and the self show rise again also last year the university added a plaque to a confederate monument which stands not far from the james narrative statue that plaque now includes references to slavery and the university's divisive past i walk with terrence johnson inside and arch way in front of the james narrative statue and he reads from a quotations that's etched on the wall meredith wrote this in this memoir in nineteen sixty six always without feel regardless of the number of times in tim mississippi it creates within me feelings there are a few note and no other tom enjoy hope love but it's telling that that petition has been sanitized whitewashed if you will what's not on the wall is the part where meredith described the sadness he also felton mississippi sadness he wrote because i am immediately aware of the special human role timeouts play because i am and grow for terrence johnson that i'm bid let's still rings true in his home state you have a low hate relationship with the you know these incidents but it had been throughout the years even the way back to commit to you know you how there are moments where it's like you do feel so human in mississippi but at the end of the day it's to you know this is this is much i'm not saying it because it is us before really terrence reads the final word stuff that james meredith petition i have always felt that mississippi belong to me and one muscles what he's he's james each player to nineteen sixty six we've been to put that up in the exact same way yeah because i come from mississippi be protected okay in made me everything that i have everything that i would be and i've always been proud of the take that i was from mississippi mississippi doesn't killing anywhere else is beautiful ints in golfing sometimes it's an raging but it's their beautiful melissa block and p r news script mississippi and you'll find other stories from melissa series our land at and p r dot org.