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Fresh update on "tonight" discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

00:44 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tonight" discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Just don't, I just don't see it in the series. I think the Celtics are, well, you love the Celtics today. I did. I messaged you this morning. I told you. I think the and I was late to the selfish party, for sure. I think I might even have been characterized as Celtics hater by some. But I quickly have become a Celtics fan. And I think they're the best team left of these four teams by a decent margin. John schumann, who's a really good follow. Who works for MBA dot com. He tweeted during the game. The Celtics were 32 and one when leading by 20 points or more when they got their 20 point lead tonight. And they've had 23 straight wins. When they're up by 20 points or more since they blew the New York game on January 6th,.

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Remember Alec Baldwin's Run on Talk Radio?

The Dan Bongino Show

02:01 min | 14 hrs ago

Remember Alec Baldwin's Run on Talk Radio?

"Alan do you have Alec Baldwin Totally unintentional So before I get into this because I want to talk about just again facts here how you should be very proud of yourself being on the conservative side of the aisle that you can make an argument Hey voter ID is not going to stop black people from voting Why Black people are smart and intelligent and are perfectly capable of getting an ID just like whites Hispanics Asians and everyone else That shouldn't be controversial right We can back that up with data The left can But here's what happens when you try to do talk radio by the way And you think you can just you think it was just such an easy job anybody can hack it You know Alec Baldwin yeah yeah that guy yeah look ball but don't get close to him on a movie set So Alec Baldwin right Here's Alec Baldwin trying to do talk radio from years ago This is not a joke He thought it would be really easy What was the station W PH the grade station legacy station I believe in Philly right Yes WPC Here's Alec Baldwin thinking ah you know what Those conservative idiots on talk radio Sean Hannity Levin Yeah probably rushed to Limbaugh at the time They don't know what they're doing I can do it I'm Alec bull here check this out This is a classic When we come back we have some time Oh great We're going to take some calls Whenever we want We have calls that are on there now Yeah What do people call to get on the air Do we have that number It's right there Do I have the cool number in front of me Oh I'm so sorry That's interesting Interesting Of course any other questions you have any other comments you have call us to what else Call us we have any calls yet there Ivan No cost Let's read some more about Scientology Is Sean Hannity a scientologist Alec Baldwin posing the big questions tonight here Do we have any calls here Ivan None Boy it's just incredible My favorite part of

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Fresh update on "tonight" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tonight" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"The top stories were following for you on WTO the first flights of baby formula into the United States are expected within days Federal managers putting the final touches on plans to fly in supplies from Europe flight from Zürich to Plainfield Indiana is set to include 1.5 million bottles of three types of baby formula the brands are all hypoallergenic It won't be long now before kids 5 to 11 are getting their Pfizer COVID vaccine booster shots CDC advisers recommended the move which CDC director Rochelle Walensky approved tonight Former Trump attorney general Bill Barr is in talks to possibly testify before the House committee investigating the capitol riot It's not clear whether he would testify in prime time as those hearings are set to start in weeks Stay with WTO P for more on these stories in just minutes It's 1118 That means time for traffic let's go to rich hunter and the traffic center All right busy night tonight on the roads Liz if you're traveling on the bellway in Maryland in a loop as you approach and pass route four Pennsylvania avenue for now you get by the work sound two lanes left on the inner lip and Virginia between Arlington boulevard 9 66 you're down to a single right lane to the work zone In the district a Nord found eye two 95 between Malcolm X avenue and suitland Parkway single file through the paving project also working north and on D.C. two 95 shed north of Pennsylvania avenue near the railroad bridge also down to a single length of that work zone crash closes Martin Luther King Jr. avenue in southeast between Howard road and Morris road Again Metropolitan Police redirecting folks there as a result Now if you're traveling in Virginia heads up northbound George Washington Parkway before spell run Parkway had a couple of vehicles stopped in a right lane looked like a disabled with a helper vehicle you come upon it very suddenly please be careful stay left to get by over an Ashburn in loudoun county eastbound lanes of Ryan road were blocked at north star boulevard due to a crash with response on scene Again follow police direction 95 in Virginia south Danish had south of exit one 40 the extra fare 6 30 Stafford between mall markers one 39 and one 38 down to a single left lane to that work some by beginning after midnight they're gonna do 30 minute intermittent stoppages throughout the night until at least 3 a.m. So plan on delays there route one down the center for Parkway we'll put you back on Beyond that works in any delay in the sooner you can self divert the better off you'll be Nord found working up near the exit for Quantico again from mom markers one 46 to one 47 and there you're down to a single left lane as well Seat belts save lives every day drivers and passengers should always buckle up Let's make vision zero reality with no traffic deaths in D.C. click it or ticket paid for by D dot rich hunter WTO traffic Add a storm team four is Ryan Miller Mostly clear conditions this evening and through the overnight temperatures by tomorrow morning we're going to be falling in the middle to upper 50s and the coldest northwestern suburbs middle 60s for overnight lows downtown sunshine for your Friday a beautiful looking day but I'll tell you what we're going to have temperatures by the afternoon into the middle 90s That'll be the first time at 90 or higher for this year And it looks like we'll stay in the 90s for the upcoming weekend sunshine Saturday middle 90s with feels like temperatures at a hundred or more and then lower 90s with a good chance of storms late day Sunday Now storm team four meteorologist Ryan Miller 69° in Annapolis 63 in.

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Stephen Miller: Candidates Winning Have an 'America First' Agenda

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 1 d ago

Stephen Miller: Candidates Winning Have an 'America First' Agenda

"The America first agenda is often conflated or sort of jumbled into what a conservative message is. Listen to what Stephen Miller, the former top Trump aide, said to Laura last night about all the candidates across the country who are winning after being endorsed by Donald Trump and embracing his populist America first agenda. The smallest share of the American electorate is the Jeb Bush electorate. People that want corporate Chamber of Commerce republicanism are the tiniest sliver of American voters. Candidates are running across the country tonight and winning on the populist Trump America first platform. Strong borders, safe communities, no woke politics, no indoctrination in our schools, men are men, women are women, law enforcement is wonderful, and we want low inflation and a strong dollar. These issues are going to carry us to victory in November if we unite as you say and I will also add to this, there are no more Democrat populace. They are all phonies. Every single one of them backs big tech corruption every single one of them backs big business open borders every single one of them backs big business woke corporatism, populism is dead in the Democrat party. If you want a populist candidate, Republicans are the only game in town. Isn't he right? Or do you disagree with Stephen Miller? Isn't he right? There's no populism on the side of Democrats. And remember, establishment Republicans view populism as a bad thing.

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Tucker Carlson: Chuck Schumer Refused to Come on the Show

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:58 min | 1 d ago

Tucker Carlson: Chuck Schumer Refused to Come on the Show

"Tucker last night. Acknowledging and sharing his invitation. To this gutless wonder, this, this vicious man, Chuck Schumer, the one who screeched, hey Brett Kavanaugh, you're not gonna know what hit you. He's a bully. He's a tyrant, and he needs to be gone. He needs to be voted out of office. Every last one of this dirty damn bunch of Democrat loons needs to be gone. If we're going to stand a chance of getting this country back, they're so hypocritical, they're such frauds. They're so fake. With their fake their righteous indignation over the great replacement theory when that's all they've been screaming about for years. There was Tucker last night acknowledging how he invited Chuck Schumer, but no surprise, Chuck Schumer doesn't have the guts to face the man he is accusing of such a dastardly deed on national television. Schumer just sent a letter to our bosses here at Fox News, blaming this show for the mass murder in Buffalo as well as several other mass shootings in recent years. According to Chuck Schumer, this show spreads quote dangerous rhetoric that needs to be pulled off the air immediately in the name of public safety. Now, again, Chuck Schumer is a federal official. He is the leading Democrat in the United States Senate. And he is calling for media censorship. Now, there was a time like maybe 18 months ago and that would be considered a direct violation of the First Amendment. Now, we hear it every day. Let's just throw them in jail. We wanted to hear more from Chuck Schumer about this. We invited him on the show tonight as we always do. Because he is a coward, this is the only media appearance, probably in history. He's turned down.

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Lightning strike first against Panthers, win 4-1 in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 d ago

Lightning strike first against Panthers, win 4-1 in Game 1

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Tight Pennsylvania GOP Senate race; Mastriano wins gov nod

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 d ago

Tight Pennsylvania GOP Senate race; Mastriano wins gov nod

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Scott Baio and Dinesh Discuss the Decline of the Movie Business

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:08 min | 2 d ago

Scott Baio and Dinesh Discuss the Decline of the Movie Business

"I'm back with actor and writer and producer Scott baio, Scott, we were actually talking about movie distribution and you said that you're looking forward to seeing 2000 mules tonight, even though you've seen some of the clips and things about it, I mean, this is a movie that we had to release in an age of censorship. And so our normal distribution, which is, you know, Amazon Prime and Apple iTunes. I'm like, I'm not gonna put the movie on these cancellable platforms. And so, I mean, we're in an industry movies, you of course have been all your life in movies that seems to be changing dramatically, doesn't it? Changing how. Well, because I think we're on the same page. Let's go ahead. Yeah, I mean, I mean in two ways, first of all, you know, I think back to when I came to America in the late 70s, early 80s. And there were just really good movies and by good movies, I mean they had plot, they had character, they had suspense. They had all the elements that make a movie. Now you have to sort of drag me to the movies because I find that those basic elements of storytelling seem to have been lost, so I mean, on the substantive side, but then I also mean that Hollywood has essentially become this kind of regimented one party state within a state. Yeah. Well, first of all, I think the movie business it's become a movie about tentpole movies, which is all the marvel movies and the big giant movies. It's hard for a small story. And I like marvel movies. I do. But it's hard for smaller movies to get any sort of attraction. In terms of television, it seems that they want to shock people into watching shows. And I can never understand that. I mean, you know, I grew up in a different time, I guess I was on television at a different time. There are, I would say a large majority of this country that really would like to see a good solid decent television

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Tracy Robinson's Film 'The Matter of Life' Is in Theatres Tonight!

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | 3 d ago

Tracy Robinson's Film 'The Matter of Life' Is in Theatres Tonight!

Sean Feucht Is Heading to Orlando to Protest Disney

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:03 min | 3 d ago

Sean Feucht Is Heading to Orlando to Protest Disney

"Folks we're back with John foy, and here's the here's the issue, Sean, travels so much that he's doing this interview from the airport. Any particular airport Sean in case somebody wants to, you know, harm you too late. I'm in Charleston, South Carolina on my way to Orlando, Florida to defund Disney. That's what we're doing today, Eric. Okay, so I want to say it again. You are on your way to Orlando. Tonight. You are going to be at the gates of what is it that it's the Magic Kingdom, Disney World, Orlando. You're going to be there. Rumors. Yes. I'm going to be there. Yeah. And folks, if you can get there, first of all, let's be honest, it's fun. To be with Sean foy to be in an environment where everybody knows, you know, what's what? And is willing to stand against it. There's something really empowering and wonderful about that. So if people want to find you tonight, they know you're going to be in

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Tucker Carlson: Washington's Prioritization of Money to Ukraine

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:02 min | 6 d ago

Tucker Carlson: Washington's Prioritization of Money to Ukraine

"Let's do what Tucker Carlson said last night on Fox News about the prioritizing of baby formula for illegals, but not American citizens. Instead, you representatives in Washington just voted to send yet another $40 billion to be creating an oligarch who paid off the president's son. That's what happened. And it's just the latest check that Congress has cut them. You can add it to the approximately $14 billion. They've already spent on Ukraine. That brings the total as of tonight to more than $54 billion. How much is that? Well, for perspective, it is more than we spent per year on average on the war in Afghanistan, a war that began with a direct attack on the United States. 54 billion. That's about as much as Russia, the country spends on its entire armed forces over the course of a full year. It is a ludicrous amount. Wow, that's clarity. That's perspective. That is astounding,

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Point scores in OT, Lightning-Maple Leafs head to Game 7

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Point scores in OT, Lightning-Maple Leafs head to Game 7

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Grizzlies rout Warriors to avoid elimination, force Game 6

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Grizzlies rout Warriors to avoid elimination, force Game 6

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John King: Trump Is the Dominant Force in the Republican Party

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:01 min | Last week

John King: Trump Is the Dominant Force in the Republican Party

"It prompted CNN's John King to report that you may hope Trump goes away. You may wish he'll go away, you may think he's not influential, but you would be wrong. That is at the top. A lot of people at home say stop talking about Trump. Donald Trump is the most dominant force in one of America's two leading political parties. And he is proving it again in this year's primary campaigns. And so for the people out there who want to stop talking about Trump. That's not up to us. We have to cover these races where Trump's endorsement is clearly making a difference in West Virginia tonight justice didn't Ohio last week. We're going to have the Nebraska governor's race later tonight as those results come in. And then Pennsylvania Senate race, Georgia, both the governor's race, the Secretary of State's race there, the Arkansas, there are some Trump factors as well. So he is a factor in the party. For a lot of people at home who don't want to talk about him and wish he would go away. He is not going away. And he is the dominant force in the Republican Party right now. He's right. No way around that.

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Pens chase Shesterkin again, topple Rangers 7-2 for 3-1 lead

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

Pens chase Shesterkin again, topple Rangers 7-2 for 3-1 lead

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The Left Tries to Sabotage Charlie's Visit to Cornerstone Church

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:05 min | Last week

The Left Tries to Sabotage Charlie's Visit to Cornerstone Church

"The left, they could be tricksters. I'll tell you what. We had 7000 reservations for this event. And you can never tell. Imagine being so such an awful person that you try to take tickets away from other people. Anyway, we are going backstage. You're like, well, we could kind of spend all of our time on how the left tried to derail this event. Because that's what they do. They do tickets to try to prevent other people from common and making it seem as if it's going to be the way it is. Anyway, I said, but you know what? Look at all these amazing people that are here right now. We're going to have a great event. So that's what we're going to do. So we'll see you guys got the intimate seats here. And just think about this now. Think how special you are. Charlie travels all over the country to pack auditoriums so that you got to share him with thousands of people and you get to spend an intimate night with him here. And we said somebody's life tonight is going to change. I know that because the enemy would love to throw division and rancor and all that. So I don't know who you are, but whoever that is, your life is going to change tonight. So you get going. So you're here on purpose. I'll just say that.

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Newt Gingrich: Donald Trump May End up as the Nominee

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:37 min | 2 weeks ago

Newt Gingrich: Donald Trump May End up as the Nominee

"Here's Newt Gingrich. Last night, on Fox News channel, really smart one of the smartest men I've ever met. And of course, a veteran of political battles, the Speaker of the House, the author, the architect rather, of the contract with America, let's listen to what newt said last night on Sean Hannity show. Look, I think we have a lot of great candidates. I personally think Ron DeSantis has a tremendous future as an example, or somebody like Rick Scott, a number of governors around the country. But the truth is, if Trump retains his hold on the base of the Republican Party that he currently has and particularly if he starts shifting towards describing a better future, I think that he will consolidate and almost certainly end up as the nominee. Tonight's a very big night in terms of 2024, as well as in terms of 2022. And it fits what we're saying. The fact is, inflation matters, collapse at the border matters, crime matters, high prices for gasoline and food matters. And in the middle of all this, the corruption of the Biden family matters and I think the Democrats are going to discover that the January 6th committee doesn't matter to most Americans, and they're going to discover that a hard line pro abortion extremism doesn't appeal to most Americans. And in fact, will accelerate their loss of African American and Latino voters who are culturally conservative.

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Matthews' 3-point game powers Maple Leafs past Lightning 5-0

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Matthews' 3-point game powers Maple Leafs past Lightning 5-0

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Josh Mandel: Ready to Reinforce Constitutional Conservatism

Mark Levin

01:33 min | 2 weeks ago

Josh Mandel: Ready to Reinforce Constitutional Conservatism

"What is it that you want to including ohioans about why they should support you if they haven't voted yet why they should vote for you If you'd like a reinforcement for Ted Cruz constitutional conservative reinforcement for Mike Lee constitutional conservative reinforcement for Jim Jordan constant constitutional conservative then I'm your guy As Mark said we need fighters in the U.S. Senate not down for Republican leadership Definitely not folks who are going to take near laid down for the radical left Schumer Pelosi Biden And also folks who don't want to be liked by the media then you should elect me Josh mandel to the U.S. Senate I'm not going to Washington to make friends I'm not going to Washington to get invited to the cocktail parties I'm not going to Washington by leaders or the Democrats I'm going there to stand up for the constitution I'm going there to stand up for our liberty for our freedoms given from God and if you like all of that and you believe in constitutional conservatism and you want fighters there with backbone and steel spine your guy and listen even if you don't live in Ohio wherever you're listening I'm sure you might have family or friends here in the Buckeye state Shoot them a text shoot them an email give them a call tonight Tell them you heard me on the great one on the Mark Levin show and ask them to vote for me tomorrow Josh

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Josh Mandel: Jim Jordan, Ted Cruz Have Been Very Good to Me

Mark Levin

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Josh Mandel: Jim Jordan, Ted Cruz Have Been Very Good to Me

"Now Jim Jordan endorsed you is that correct Jim has been very good to me He hasn't gotten involved officially in the race but he's been very good to me But Ted Cruz has not only endorsed me but he spent Friday and Saturday with me barnstorming the state Mark I've talked on your show about the fact that I'm running the campaign through churches So Ted and I went to victory Christian church in Dayton We went to northwest baptist church in Toledo high street baptist church in Columbus and then solid rock church in Cincinnati had huge crowds and I'm so proud to have senator Cruz in my corner And actually tonight on the new Twitter which is free after Elon Musk's purchase of it in about 45 minutes we're doing what's called a Twitter spaces Got free town hall meeting on Twitter So any of your listeners who've rejoined us purchase you can join me in senator Mike Lee for town hall on Twitter You can just go to my Twitter handle which is Josh mandel Ohio And you could join up there at 9 o'clock eastern tonight

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"tonight" Discussed on Sleep Meditation for Women

Sleep Meditation for Women

02:28 min | 9 months ago

"tonight" Discussed on Sleep Meditation for Women

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"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

Chicago Tonight

02:02 min | 10 months ago

"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

"Park in that process were able to reignite our love for camping and the outdoors build. Fires pitched tents made a chili dog any like plates or anything good music. he's milky way. I started crying. Because i've never experienced something so immaculate and so beautiful before and that was the moment i realized that we had to start black people outside because i grew up watching the discovery channel and the travel channel national geographic and there was no one that looked like us and so i just kinda didn't think that it was for me Inner city girl from chicago this time around we took a trip down oglesby illinois to check out matheson state park. Now i know gas is getting expensive but just look at this. Waterfall splash gorgeous. That a lot of times you need to seen someone doing it to know. it can be done. Their influences for everything like hair clothes makeup and so we wanted to influence the great outdoors. Hey black people. Outside out here live enjoying nature. We decided to call ourselves black people outside as a joke. Because we're just trying to make outside seem very accessible when fine and to encourage other people like us to come out. Sometimes you just need a place to get away. Yeah thoughts quiet down. You don't have to worry you can just let loose innocence and just take the world in. They are plenty of ways that you can get outside via public transportation in the city. You can go to jackson park as we're standing here. Now you can go to the payloads trail system to be to line out skokie. Hit the skokie lagoons. Just find a local park to usage as being outside and then you'll get tired of hearing cars get tired of hearing the trains and you'll want wanna try and venture off a little bit further. You start to hear the birds turpin. There are a lot more cuter animals outside than rats so foreign films us a little critical when pros. We started up amateur. We're from this city. We don't know what we're doing.

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"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

Chicago Tonight

01:46 min | 10 months ago

"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

"With them this district as announced all students and staff will be required to wear face masks indoor regardless of vaccination status. Wtt w news report matt masterson joins us now with a little bit more matt. Thank you for joining us. And can you tell us a little. Bit more about the district's health protocols for the fall semester. So like you said. The big one is that masks must be worn indoors by everyone students and staff alike unless they are eating. That's one of the main requirements that the school district announced on thursday. Cps is also going to require it. Individuals remain about three at least three feet on each other while indoors social distance between them in. they're also going to split up students for meals. Some are going to be eating the cafeteria. Some will be eating. Their classrooms and while these requirements are on place for indoors while students are outdoors for recess or for sports or things like that. They won't be required to wear masks when school resumes his. All right we have very less than a minute. This protocols are in place regardless of vaccination status where the cps vaccination efforts stamp so cps has been running vaccination events for students for a little A little bit now few months now as we know what the city everyone twelve years older is eligible to get the vaccine ups students or or anyone but cvs is planning to ramp those efforts in the coming weeks and months as well. they are going to hold Slink dedicated at schools specifically for students and their families. To get the cova maxine. They're also going to be holding some vaccination events specifically neighborhoods communities with some of the lowest vaccine rings in while the district wants to get as many kids vaccinated. They can't before the school year begins. They're gonna keep these efforts up. Once school starts as well. At the end of august throwdown.

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"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

Chicago Tonight

02:37 min | 10 months ago

"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

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"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

Chicago Tonight

05:57 min | 10 months ago

"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

"One strike and you're out that's those are the old days And it's been it's taking awhile. I think to get over that hurdle. The national association of drug court professionals says there are about four thousand drug quartz across the country. But this partnership maybe one of a kind. We have the resources to do it. We have the opportunity to do that. We have partnerships. We have agencies. We have federal funding. We have state funding. We should do this. We should turn things around. There's too many times that we've just ignored these people and looked amid outcast and not treated them as people that are struggling with the disease. Judge burns says barely four percent of graduates commit another crime within a year of finishing. Making people like carla worth the investment. Ten fifteen years ago when you were still in your addiction. Did you see this future for yourself. Never like if you would ask me. What was i doing. I thought i would have thought i was going to die. I'm to die my diction coz. That's how bad it was altered. But today carla's home is also an office. She mentors other survivors with this new lease on life. She's planning to become a certified alcohol and drug counselor with dreams of owning her own home. We're she'll be able to have all of her children under one roof. Judge burns says the pandemic was especially challenging for his court. Five participants died of drug overdose. Since the pandemic began and court officials are working to reestablish contact with about thirty five percent of participants. we should also point out that win. Defendants complete drug court the charges that brought them to court are expunged though they may still have some others in their background and the housing authority of cook county says it's also hoping to expand the voucher program to other problem solving courts like mental health or veterans courts up next how those impacted by the lift on fiction bands can apply rental assistance. Stay with us After more than seventeen months the state's ban on evictions due to the cova nineteen pandemic will come to an end next month and residents who've lost their jobs or found their paychecks. Scaled-back will want to know about a deadline for assistance. That expires tonight. Www news reporter. Heather sharon joins us now with more on what to expect. Welcome back heather. So we know governor. Jay pritzker made the announcement earlier in the week. What dates do concerned. Residents need to be keeping in mind. Well people need to know that addiction findings will be allowed starting august first but those orders wants their issued by a judge won't be enforceable until after august thirty first so it's a little bit of a grace period as this moratorium comes to an end. The governor said that this will provide an orderly way for the courts to catch up actor. What's going to be perceived to be a huge backlog. Why august thirty first. Why is that date well. The national moratorium issued by the centers for disease control will end on the thirty first of july so in illinois people will have a little bit more time but the governor wants things to start to get back to normal and he wants landlords to sort of have a a light at the end of the tunnel because many of them have not gotten any rent throughout the pandemic and are facing foreclosure ripple effect so what can residents do for assistance then well the deadline to apply for state. Rental assistant grants is today. They have to apply midnight tonight and that could provide up to twenty five thousand dollars to provide for fifteen months of rent a year behind. 'em three three months in the future the issue is however is this. The state has already gotten more than seven hundred. Seventy four million dollars of requests in grants and only has about five hundred million available but there will be round in the fall with the next round of federal release coming so state officials are encouraging people to get into the line now and get the process started. Do we know how many people how many renters and tenants will be affected. once this ban is lifted. we don't i'm at housing advocates. Say that nominee of evictions is looming in chicago. There was a study that showed that may be. As many as twenty thousand people could be facing eviction a landlord groups. Say it's not going to be that bad. Even though they have lost out on over a billion dollars of rent from illinois residents since the pandemic began. Nobody's quite sure what's going to happen. As of september first and heather You mentioned it but do we know how the eviction banned these past. Seventeen months has affected landlords and other housing providers. Well the certainly bent sort of caught between a rock and a hard place. Because we've heard the governor talk about how it was so important to keep people in their homes to prevent the spread of kovic nineteen but at the same time. Those landlords have bills to pay mortgages utilities and people haven't been paying rent so they've been falling behind on their bills and they have been really pleading for help which is why so many of them were so pleased to hear. The governor's announcement this past week. Okay obviously a lot Uh story for you to follow. So i'm sure we'll be talking about this further in august and beyond yes absolutely sharon. Thanks for joining us things. Bring this and you can read. Heather's full story on our website where you can find a link to apply for rental assistance. That is all at w. w. dot com slash news up next a local artist honors the.

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"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

Chicago Tonight

05:05 min | 11 months ago

"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

"Planning a new monument for the city. Why not hire a local artist. Whose reputation is monumental sculptor. Richard hunt was born in inglewood in nineteen thirty five. His works have been exported around the world from his studio here in chicago producer. Mark fatality caught up with him before the unveiling of a monument and brownsville. That was years in the making fifty years ago. This one time. Electrical substation near depaul was converted into a sculptures laboratory. Richard hunt has been grinding welding and creating year since nineteen seventy-one where i got this place. In the beginning they had taken out all of the equipment except the crane which of course. I'm glad they didn't take it out. So you have this big high ceiling open space. You know to develop things in and move them around with a crane and get them out the back door. His process is intuitive. The way things were all start putting some things together that i have an idea about those suggests something. Some of his twenty-first-century works are currently on the terrace of the modern wing of the art institute. Richard hunt graduated from the school of the art institute in nineteen fifty seven with a degree in art education but one year i was working on my income tax. I you know. I made more money selling sculptured than i did for teaching job and so i decided i'd quit teaching and just be a sculptor. He has called his creations. A dialogue between himself the technique and the material dynamic and its three dimensional. I mean that is say you. You're gonna have a painting of something on the wall. There's something that you look at. That doesn't change. But if you have a sculpture somewhere you know you look at it from here you look at it from there you look at it from another side and it reveals itself in different ways. He works with steel bronze copper brass and all kinds of scrap early in his career. He focused on found materials in the nineteen sixties studs. Terkel asked him about it in various works. These spec us. That's the material. Have this come to be. What is the raw material for automobile. Bumpers richard hunt sculptures can be seen all over the city from the woodson regional library to midway airport to the loop. His newest work. Chicago is light of truth. A monument in bronze to either be wells. The crusading journalist a local author. Who is i to be wells. Great granddaughter spent thirteen years to bring to life this unconventional civic memorial. We made a decision before we even contact. Richard that we wanted to have something that would not be in her likeness. We wanted it to be a monument versus a statue because does life in her work with so multidimensional so multilayered that we felt trying to capture. One pose would not necessarily capture all of who she was the ida b wells homes. Were right here on this land. From nineteen forty one to two thousand to attribute needed to be given to ida on the land where the homes once stood which is also really close to the house that she physically lived in And and this is brownsville. This this neighborhood has strong rich history. You know i'm reminded of the past and And then looking toward the future of this community in the studio. He's run for half a century eighty five year old. Richard hunt is back to the grind. Interesting how the city scape as changed and of course i. I'm happy that i've had a an opportunity to put a piece here and a piece there. It's been an important thing me on many levels for chicago tonight. This is mark fatality. Again the monument to either be wells is called light of truth. Richard hunt's work in the modern wing is up until september twentieth and be sure to watch our chicago. Stories documentary on ida. B wells and explore the companion website at w. w. dot com slash ida. B wells. The city of chicago is minority and women owned business. Certification program was designed to allow businesses. That are often discriminated against to compete against long established companies but ardmore rodrigues president and ceo rashad. johnson says. That discrimination doesn't end. Once a business begins experiencing success tonight. Johnson gives us the last word on what he says. The city can do to help build equity for small business owners. My name.

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"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

Chicago Tonight

05:10 min | 11 months ago

"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

"The united states uses life expectancy to gaze the quality of your life so if we can do that around the world obviously we should be doing that in chicago and we have now been able to get the unfortunate pre covet data for life expectancy as you stated earlier. When you first came on well any are in the report. Your team says the information is especially relevant. Now you write quote underfunded community hospitals and clinics lower wage jobs that do not allow teleworking unstable or crowded housing limited grocery store access and lack of technology for students are causing blacks in black communities to be adversely impacted. This deadly virus blair. This report is based on data. As i just mentioned this is from before the pandemic would you expect that cove in nineteen has only widened. This life expectancy gap. Yes so we. We know from the kobe. Jada that blacks chicagoans have been more disproportionately affected i covet. Covert mortality compared to non blacks chicagoans. And that's for a variety of reasons. Some of that being like crime diseases. That blacks chicagoans tend to have more compared to other race ethnicity groups. So yes we would take that. The gap has potentially even widen after the mets of nineteen report. Like to add one thing to that not only has widened in chicago. It actually has widened in from the national perspective the gap for blacks ver- in the national from cdc. They just released their report out for twenty. Twenty life expectancy is over six point. Five years the difference so no matter if we're national or for local blacks are not living or their life expectancy is worse is compared to others so as as you all have just mentioned a couple of times. The report identified five. Main drivers of the disparity in lifing life expectancy they include chronic diseases homicide infant mortality hiv flu and other infections and opioid overdose. Blair back to you. What disparities stood out to you in your research I think really all of them. And one that has a large one of the largest effects diseases and there's so many things that play into potentially why the chronic diseases are higher among blacks chicag- lines as compared to the rest of chicago lines. That could be access to healthy fruits and vegetables safe communities resources access to doctors. All those things really pay a wide range into why recede all of these disparities across the board and y'all we all know that last week. The mayor and cd declared racism as a public health crisis. Why is it important to name it. This way absolutely. You can't fix what you can't name and if you don't name it you can't start to work on it. We have to look at not just naming it though. And i am so grateful that the this mayor was able to do that. And we're calling in a public of crisis because your health is at risk is we'd stay you know. This is about the improvement the health equity of your health and your life and living so we know that we have to talk about calling to action so we can get those racism and attack it head on and let me be clear less defined that racism a little it is the power that people have unjustly distributed the opportunities and resources to cultural others. And max of blacks just because of their skin color we want to dismantle that it. We're going to address it through health and health equity so. This is some of the reasons. Were calling racism as a public health crisis and blair. I'm gonna give you the last word. What can be done. I know this is the big question and not a lot of time. What can be done to address the disparities and close this gap. Yeah we specifically layoffs and cause action reports and the report one being acknowledged racism both individual on insists dramatic racism also demand. I'm demanding an increase in funding. So that these these communities can have better resources to better improve their health aweso just acknowledging that the issue and that is charity. And that's where did he. That's what we did here. That's something that not many other. Health departments do even provide life expectancy data by race. So that's we're doing here and it's really just about all chicagoans coming together to make a change it's not just watch chicago. It's everyone coming together as we really have to all work together to really close this gap work for everybody to get in on blair atkinson yaw simpson. Thanks to you both for joining us. Thank you thank you for having us. There's more chicago tonight. Black voices just ahead stick around when.

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"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

Chicago Tonight

02:50 min | 11 months ago

"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

"The life expectancy gap between black and non blacks. Chicagoans has widened. That's according to a recent report from the health equity index committee at the chicago department of public health between twenty twelve and twenty seventeen. The gap grew from eight point three years to nine two and that was before the corona virus pandemic which had a disparate impact on black chicagoans joining us to talk about the causes of the gap. And what can be done about it. Are y'all simpson and blair achim epidemiologists that the chicago department of public health and members of the departments health equity index committee blaring. Ya thanks to you both for joining us. So we know that the report found that black chicagoans on average live to seventy one point four years while non black chicagoans live to on average eighty point six years. Blair what are these numbers tell you about health inequities in chicago. Yes these numbers show us that there are a great health inequities in disparities in chicago. Were looking at the lives of black chicagoans compared to non lex chicagoans and so this night white two year gap is really. We identify some of the top drivers of that gap in our report on those being kind of disease i'm hiv and other infectious diseases such as kobe. Opiate overdose. Infant mortality in homicides. And we're and hopefully we can get into those a little bit deeper as well. The health equity index committee team of five black women. We're talking to two of them right now. Y'all what precipitated this research and why did you want to focus on life expectancy. Yes ma'am thank you for having friends with precipitated this gathering if you will this coming because the health department we wanted to amplify our voices as black women. We felt that some of the leadership wasn't reflective of what we wanted to see so by coming together and making this work with health equity index committee. We wanted to deal with the voices and the unique perspective of the black plight specifically in healthcare and so what we wanted to do was provide a voice for us in the vehicle for doing. That is the change you want to see. So we've decided we gotta change some things and that is to have the first data book ever to be referenced for blacks to non black. That has never happened. In two hundred years of the health department and more specifically to have a research change. There was all black women that has never happened in two years at the health department. So that is what has happened. Is we brought this together. In the reason we're using life expectancies because when you have health equity as index you have. We don't have a specific measurement..

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Chicago Tonight

08:55 min | 11 months ago

"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

"And thanks for sharing part of your weekend with us on the show tonight in the wake of journalists nicole hannah jones decision to reject a tenure offer from the university of north carolina. We'll talk with local scholars about their experiences in higher education as black women a nine year. Life expectancy gap between black and non chicagoans. We'll discuss why that gap has grown to this point and how it can be narrowed. The renowned chicago sculptor richard hunt and his years. In the making new monument to crusading journalist ida b wells in brownsville equal the playing field for these businesses and the ceo of a local engineering firm gives the last word on what he thinks. The city should do to help. Chicago's small businesses first off tonight. Pulitzer prize winning journalist nicole. Hannah jones made her own headlines last week for rejecting the offer of tenure teaching position at the university of north carolina hannah jones was initially denied tenure for the position by the board of trustees even though tenure is customarily offered for such a jong instead hannah jones announced. She'll be joining the historically black howard university in washington. Dc in the meantime her decision and her words resonated with many other black women in academia who found themselves fighting to thrive in predominantly white institutions. Joining us now with more. Are jane rhodes professor and head of the black studies department at the university of illinois at chicago and valerie. Johnson associate professor of political science at depaul university professors. Thank you both for joining us. So let's start with this eight-page statement from nicole hannah jones. She released about her decision to decline this offer from unc. It reads in part quote. It is not my job to heal this university to force the reforms necessary to ensure the board of trustees reflects the actual population of the school and the state or to ensure that the university leadership lives up to the promises it made to reckon with its legacy of racism and injustice jane roads. Let's start with you. Please did her statement and there was a lot more of it but did what we've heard from her last week. that resonate with you absolutely nicole. Hannah is articulating the challenge for all people of color in academia but particularly for black women. She decided that she had the opportunity to make another choice. And she took it but she didn't have to be a token or to repair a diversity and equity issues at unc chapel hill and that she was going to go someplace where she felt us. Didn't welcome and ready to do her job. The words that she used were celebrated and not tolerated valerie. Johnson how did it strike you. Yes actually when. I read the piece. I i cried because it's so much captured my experience working at a predominantly white institution. At depaul to be honest it is absolutely exhausting. And so while. I have not taken the approach of nicole hannah jones and said okay. It's not my fight is not my burden. I think many half because we know that all systems have rewards and penalties associated with them. And so when you fight back when you push back you are penalized you know. Sometimes your can be impeded. And so i understand very clearly how she said. Well you know what is not my burden to fix the university and certainly she could not do it alone. It takes a village so to speak to change systems of white supremacy valerie. Johnson sticking with you for a second or are there additional burdens that you feel black women in higher education that that you all have to take on well s. The literature suggests on black women particularly in academia. It's almost like we become. The miami's of the university in that use are sort of drawn to us because it particularly students of color and then of course we have to mental her white students as well we take on a large percentage proportion of the service burden and of course as a tool for your often asked to be on committees as a woman as as well as an african american and then it's pretty lowly. We know that only two point. One percent of the nation's tenured faculty are black women. You know if a university get six percent. That is harold as astonishing. And so they're just a number of challenges from climate too. You know microaggressions macro aggressions that. We face daily. Jane roads valerie. Johnson just mentioned you're often asked to serve on boards or committees because you're a woman as well as because you're a black woman do you feel that gender also plays into the the dynamic that you experience in academia absolutely. There are all of these ideas and trump's about black linda's and tom they're really strain and control how people see us and how we are expected to behave. You know we're navigating the angry black woman image where navigating on the idea that black men are not electorally confidence you know. We're a sort of constantly navigated. Mac and their gender in business in the military in politics in academia plays a significant role. There's an expectation that women are supposed to performs reserve feminine roles as valerie suggested as mentor as nurturer as a caretaker But then we're also held to these other standards on in our institutions so it's very much double edged short. What do you feel like you've seen improve over the course of your career joint. Jane roads back to you on that one. Yeah and i've been up a college professor for over thirty years and so one thing that has changed are the numbers is valerie notes. This we're still a vastly underrepresented in academia but in life first job on i was the only black woman on the entire campus on amendment faculty. And that's now become more rarity ice. I've seen generations of young black women both and undergraduate and graduate school move on to become professors and so so the exciting thing is that bears this very dynamic generation of folks who are determined to have a mark and have a place in academia so as a positive change. It's been slow. It's been super mental and it's still not nearly enough and valerie johnson. Why aren't there more. What do institutions of higher. Ed need to be doing to attract more black women into academia. Well they have to be committed. The commitment has to go beyond just the professed commitment after the george flew away. Murder institutions of higher education predominantly white institutions. in particular. You know had they up their purported commitment right but if you want diversity equity inclusion fund it right and so you have to have a commitment. And unfortunately i saying you know even though there has been progress yes. We went from zero percent to two point. One percent as you know african american females at least as tenure professors. But i really do question the actual commitment progress but more work to be done. It sounds like jane rhodes and valerie johnson. Thanks to you both for joining us. Thank you up next. Details on. Chicago's widening life expectancy gap in a row conversation recorded earlier..

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Chicago Tonight

08:17 min | 11 months ago

"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

"Aren't rain not only would it provide no of really sort term but also you know a very knowledgeable. Loan serves out of money. Getting definitely something needs to be done. I wanna thank god. Allan simmons and alderman got to salsa for joining us today up next a look at why latinos are more likely to develop alzheimer's disease than non latino whites coming up. Latino are fifty percent more likely to develop alzheimer's disease than non latino whites yet. They are far less likely to seek treatment or help the brain disease for which there currently is. No cure takes a terrible toll on those who have the disease and those who care for them and has a latino population ages by the year. Twenty sixty some three point. Five million latinos are expected to be afflicted with the cease joining us now to share their insights are that we've markets professor in the department of kinesiology nutrition at the university of illinois at chicago and leader of the latino core of the rush alzheimer's disease center and dr mighty gotta lean more in a preventive medicine physician and scientists of the wisconsin alzheimer's institute at the university of wisconsin madison. Welcome both thank you for being here. And i want to start with you. Dr mohd upping son. Obviously there is much that we still need to learn and know about the deceased. But what do we know has to. Why latino seemed to be more susceptible to getting this disease. What are the things that we know about this. Disease is that has There are many things that affected that increase the risk for the we have higher risk of diabetes. High blood sugar headlock pressure and we are more likely to have diseases. That are not control. We know that higher risk of diseases increases the risk of having alzheimer's many other factors about that how we go all real old and affect a resource. I'm really what are these other factors that we should look out for dr whilst that the education how far location level somebody has achieved if they were finished only high school or if they had the chance to work with the to college other factors that we still gum know exactly how they are. Relevant is for example. They have believable bilingual on. How are there other things how we grew up. We and this site is that we grew rather risk professor. Marcus i read that. Latino families for example are less likely to put a loved one with dementia in a nursing. Home why do you think that is. Is it cultural or simply an issue of lack of healthcare access for the most part. What we know is that it is cultural. A we have a data with other latinos who have taken care of a loved one with alzheimer's disease and the bottom line is can care for my loved one. The way we can and a lot of that is cultural from connections within the family those strong bonds that cannot be broken and it's also with the care facilities if it's If the person is monolingual spanish maybe there aren't facilities that can appropriately care for them or understanding the person's background where they're coming from those can all influence whether or not somebody enters care physician dr for a family member that suspects that perhaps their spouse maybe either mother. Father might be suffering from alzheimer's. How do they distinguish between alzheimer's related memory loss and the memory loss for example. That's just part of the aging process. That's an excellent question and one of the things that it's important to have discussions with the family. Sometimes it's e is normal. I forget what my glasses today. Or hey i spent five minutes looking for my keys is when these type of memory issues are happening. Every day to the point that they affecting or abilities to activities or to get out of the world and connecting with others. If any point like things. I pay i left the stove. Open all out. I got lost. I went to the market. And i forgot what i was going to get when those things start happening regularly is is assigned to alarm that we should applaud of the receive. What's happened and seek help. Definitely professor going back to you. There is no cure for alzheimer's at the time as we know what appears to be the most effective way to help people who have to the cease. What kind of treatments or therapies are available at the front. And i was say prevention right or reducing our risk for our chance of getting alzheimer's disease so the more physical activity that we do. There is a lot of data that it reduces our risk of getting alzheimer's disease and also Nutrition and the kinds of things that we eat the mind diet for example which is a combination of mediterranean diet and the dash side for hypertension really focusing on a green leafy vegetables and berries and nuts and better kinds of oils. All of these things help reduce the chance that we will get all al-shams doctor speaking about treatments a new drug for alzheimer's called out of help. That is supposed to slow. Cognitive decline has faced some criticism this week. Actually they've changed the guidance on. Who should get destruct. The fda now says it's only appropriate for people with mild cognitive impairment. What do you make of this shook. Well one of the things is that the controversy are associated. We do the who was part of the study. We all agree that we want something that we can offer patients. We want something that will give us hope but we need to make sure that the right stories are. They're winning more data on how this medication works. We need more data on the long effects and we need more participation for latinos african america's native americas in those studies to make sure that the medications provide the effects on the benefits to everybody not just small group professor. We have less than thirty seconds. But i just want to ask you this very last question. What help is there available for family members who we know also suffer from the disease i would say look into resources that potentially offered by resources homecare aids might be available to help with work around the house other respite care a care giver in some time on their own but really making sure that the services are available are culturally appropriate and bilingual or monolingual spanish. If thank you so much david. Marcus and dr. Remote up being sean. Thank you both for joining us today. Thank you for having thank you and for those interested in learning more about this. The alzheimer's foundation of america is hosting the chicago. Latino healthy brain summit on july twenty third details are on our website up next a local artists explorer sees the mexican roots in contemporary american art. Stay with us mexican artist gabrielle via exploring both personal and professional. Transformation has an artist in any exhibit coincidentally. Call the metamorphosis of via.

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06:54 min | 11 months ago

"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

"Advocate gives the last word on normalizing therapy in the black community. I off tonight in america. Many view incarceration as punishment one receives for breaking the law but a recently released study indicates that for the more than three point three million people in illinois with criminal records their punishment continues well past the time they serve. The report exposes hundreds of laws and restrictions that make it prohibitively difficult for people with criminal records to rebuild their lives. After incarceration this week. The heartland alliance and other human rights advocates launched a statewide effort to end those laws and sanctions. It's called the fully free campaign joining us to discuss it. Our hartland alliance fully free campaign manager marlin chamberlain and fully free campaign board member and live free. Chicago organizer will at benford. Thanks to you both for joining us. Marlin let's start with you. Please explain for us. What you mean by permanent punishments. What kind of limitations are on the books in illinois. So i say the reason why we decided to call them. Punishments anoc collateral consequences is because collateral consequence suggests that this was accidental. And we don't believe that these these this web laws were accidental and so we decided to call them aren't permanent punishments because that's exactly what they are It's like a punishment after the punishment after you've been released from incarceration and this laws also hinder people from from opportunities and moving forward their lives whether it's housing educational or employment and we'll let give a sense if you would of the scale of this problem. People are affected by it in illinois. Three point three million adults have been arrested or convicted of a crime says nineteen thousand nine hundred seventy nine which is widely thought to be the beginning of mass incarceration so that equates to about a quarter of the entire illinois galatian over twenty five percent of the population has arrest or conviction. And we'll let give us a sense of the impact on on the black and brown communities in particular. Yes black women make up. Fourteen fourteen percent of the billet population but over a third of those arrested or convicted of a crime. Black men they are thirteen percent of the adult men in illinois but over water of all men arrested or convicted. Black people make a thirteen point eight percent of illinois adult population but black people make up twenty eight point nine percent of those wire arrest or conviction records thirty four point nine percent of people were convicted of a crime and forty five point three percent of people who were convicted felons and marlin chamberlain. How have you personally if you don't mind sharing how you've been affected by some of these so-called permanent punishments so into into i was sentenced to a two year federal prison sentence and in two thousand eighteen and my sins was reduced as a result of the passing of fair cincinnati which changed the ratio between practice cocaine and so ultimately. My sentence was reduced from twenty to fourteen years and i was released on may twenty nine of two thousand twelve and so i've been home now almost ten years i've been employed since i've been home. I'm a college student. Mary recently purchased a hold. And how these laws recently impacted me on my seven year. Old son. I was taking a school trip to a bolinao and his teachers as me to because they see how engaged i am in my son's education and so i completed the application and was denied an opportunity to participate as a chaperone because of my. But they're like i said there rebelled laws in another example that i give is that anyone with a felony conviction The law prohibits them from being the executive minister of of really controlling like their families will if someone was to pass away on which is a law. That has nothing to do with public safety. It's just along the books that just doesn't make sense and in situations where an individual is the only one that could be the executive of their families will then it creates a challenge because now the person is not able to to really handle their families business because of their record. We'll let what do you say to the argument that some of these sanctions are necessary for public. safety businesses. perhaps safe from a hiring people who might be untrustworthy. Well let's say that was someone has served their time and you reenter society. The one thing you want to do is set people up for success is it's not proven anywhere where businesses are kept saved. Because they don't hire people that have felony convictions or have a conviction or arrest on their records. Usually these are some of the most best employees that you can hire and so. I don't think. I know that that doesn't keep our community safe exiting people out of opportunities to reenter society and be gainfully employed marlin. What effect would you say. These sanctions have on the recidivism rate. So i'm trying to the the impact on recidivism rate. Is that if people can't find opportunities if people can't find employment if people care housing. It's almost like you're forcing people to go back to a lifestyle that they may not necessarily want to go back to them and so. I think it definitely adds to the recidivism rate. And i would also say that to me. The recidivism rate is really a grant on the system and not the individuals because we remove these barriers. Then people will be able to really forward. They live and not have to worry about a mistake that they've made in the pants. So the launch event that you all held this past week included testimonials from several formerly incarcerated. People here's a clip from avalon. Bets gaston of the safer foundation. We never flee pay our debt to society we go. we're incarcerated. We come home and society rejects us on a multitude of levels. We have restrictions with regards to what jobs we can have. We have restrictions as to where we can live..

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Chicago Tonight

01:36 min | 11 months ago

"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

"A lot more later on right from our home community. The litas will dig a is back in action in humboldt park tomorrow. You can find more information on that and watch more in our la ultima palabras series on our website. And that's our show for this. Saturday night joined brandis friedman tomorrow night for chicago tonight. Black voices and on monday night at eight joined this month chicago tonight. Latino voices community conversation. We're talking with latin. Lgbtq leaders in chicago about pride month and the latin x lgbtq experience again. That's monday evening at eight visit. Wtt w dot com slash voices. Two are as vp. Don't forget you can catch my reporting on ninety one point five. Fm wbz next. Week and latino voices alex hernandez with universe. Yawn chicago will be here in the host chair. We leave you tonight with a corridor from he true integrated the chicago activists and folks here who died late last month at the age of seventy two. He performed discord either about general john. J. pershing in a one thousand nine hundred ninety seven interview with the legendary studs terkel who dubbed negative that chicano woody guthrie now for all of us here at chicago tonight latino voices. I'm mike appoint there thank you for sharing part of your weekend with us. Stay healthy stay. Save us nauseous. Wanderlust got on wiwa. Be.

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Chicago Tonight

04:12 min | 11 months ago

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"A very family oriented thing for me specifically because we all need exercise me to get out of the pandemic been happening So that's where. I really got into law even the kids. I said just go out and got to go out a couple of days a week and and go ride somewhere. I just think that they have a lot to say but you know they put it in their bikes and stuff and it's just really cool designs and it's just something really great that they're doing. I definitely want to do something like that and make a big bike. I think it's really cool. How sometimes when me and my dad ride down the street a bunch of people stare at you in a good way so keep doing that for chicago tonight. I'm evan garcia one. Who said oh and his daughters look familiar. That's because they're part of a family mariachi band so lethal lindo that our very own jay shift ski profiled five years ago you can visit our website to see that story and learn more about the rat patrol bike club and their local meet ups. The forces of gentrification can make people being priced out of their neighborhoods feel powerless but the founders of lolitas data and hummel park say residents have more power than they think and in their pockets. Here brianna smith and melissa say give la la la brea and what they say. Everyone can do to invest in their communities. I am brenner amira smith. I'm maria said the us and we're not doesn't one and together we are you to say at that time we got this. We got this. We're gonna out. I am brianna ramirez smith. I'm mighty saadiya's out of say i. We are though nita production. We are the co creators of lolitas. But they got here in humboldt park we are cohibas for my neighbors sisters pretty much and they really is a ex pop up market here. In the heart of humble park we began in two thousand hundred nineteen As a way to stave off gentrification and poor back into our community in very probably puerto rican and humble park is one of the last mainstays for us and our culture. And it's it's slowly being gentrified out you go through the park and you see families you see sports use. The older people playing dominoes people just hanging out and it is so important that we continue to have that for future generations. I believe the statistic is sixty percent of all dollars for small businesses. Go right back into the community that they're in and if you're spending money mindfully in your community it allows you to stave off that small business from having to leave at the You're definitely going to find the vendors Reflect the community clothing to our creative. Wears like candles incense you have. Jewelry like ring is actually from one earrings from an artisan local artists and our t t shirts. This is from someone who lives on division street. Some of them. Unfortunately due to the way things are going have had to leave whether that be their generation or they're the previous generation and so if we would just became more conscious of where we're putting our money into We can definitely changed. The trajectory of what is happening to. That's the only way we're going to. Thrive is if we invest in each other be an active participant in your neighborhood. Actually put in some work and and help out the community. Organizations that are struggling are working hard to make sure that the community is receiving the resources that it needs. If we don't do something about it it's going to be done to us. And i would rather go out with a fight. Then sit here and allow some things that happen to me. There's a lot of magic happening in our spaces. Look for those places that have magic because you can buy something that will be worth something..

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Chicago Tonight

08:48 min | 11 months ago

"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

"Now a national movement for the recognition of juneteenth florida. Oklahoma delaware idaho and alaska have joined texas officially declaring juneteenth. A state holiday. South shore has been the venue of a juneteenth celebration. Here for the past. Six years organizers. Say this us. Five thousand participants show. Juneteenth is catching on in chicago and young people and people in the community know about our celebration every flyer that we pass out in the community. We have the information of what juneteenth is. That is the oldest of freedom in the united states but just because they celebration is successful. Does it follow that. That should be officially recognized. Holiday in just juneteenth rise to that level. Oh definitely i've talked with people and some people say well it's a holiday automatically but i think it's something that should be recognized nationally because i think it needs to be shared with the rest of the country. We're still in denial. We're still into now. The things that happen during slavers dastardly things and with juneteenth gaining wider recognition. What significance does it hold for black americans. And how do they try to honor. Its legacy today through their work. Eric williams award-winning executive chef and owner of virtue. Restaurant in hyde park recently spoke with us. About what the day means to him and what he's doing in the culinary world to promote equity began by asking him what significance the holiday holds for him. I thanks so much for having me on. It holds a lot of significance in. It's very personal for me. We're we're in two thousand twenty. One and we are still fighting the battle of having access to capital in african american communities and communities of color abroad why that means so much to me is because wants to muse it texas than the slaves had nowhere to go and so we are making strides in terms of create our narratives of sharing those narratives which gives me a lot of hope and our ability to communicate both in our communities and abroad. However we're still in a space where we have to keep. We have to continue to put pressure on banks and institutions that provide opportunities because it doesn't do us any good if we're free and we have no word on obviously the slaves the enslaved people in galveston at the time learning about the end of the civil war and that they had been freed. You know it's a matter of access to they didn't have information and resources then and you've talked about how in your industry there's also. There are barriers to information and resources. How do you try to remove some of those barriers. think Around as as an entrepreneur or shopowner however he liked to fashion that it's it's becoming increasingly important for me to trade notes fellow operators Get a better understanding things that i don't share for about things. That are very savvy about. Because we're we're all fighting battle being a small businesses very tough endeavor and i think the world has seen them last eighteen months. You've also received as we mentioned the medal of honor from the mayor. How do you hope to use that platform. Well i'm gonna use their platform. The same way use. Any platform was sick. Humility and with a lot of purpose. We didn't open virtue by mistake. A restaurant is it stands on the shoulders of its very definition and that is of high moral standard and and we use the two borders to encompass them moral standard being kindness and hospitality. And so we take people in. We say she ain't them and we make sure that people have the opportunity to see intelligence and engineering throughout our space on a night tonight basis. We feel good about that. And it is extremely disarming once able to feed people than were able to get the story. We've obviously been through an enormously difficult year restaurants. Especially how did virtue respond in this past year. Well we responded. Many ways one of the ways this most talked about our commitment to taking care of first responders via healthcare workers We set since thousands of meals out to local hospitals are predominantly the university of chicago to make sure that both morale was lifted and to to let our first responders know they matter to us we. We've all endured an incredibly challenging year And it's important to us to both be a part of the community but also to be supportive of the commu- you also. Of course you were. As you mentioned you were able to stay open. When many restaurants sadly had to close Was it important for you to stay open especially for your staff. Well if it's another scenario where are people had nowhere to go. Unemployment offices were overwhelmed. And you know we. We just felt like the best use of our time would be to work through the confusion. That going. On at the onset of the pandemic and the clothes downs. And so what we did. Is we stabilize. their business. Made sure that we can operate at a break-even and part of the revenues that we brought in we support our team members with by way of forgivable loans and that worked out very very well for us it has been a huge investment and allow loyalty and thanksgiving on the side of the community and our team members. Said you know. We're just grateful all we're now of course as we mentioned juneteenth is getting a lot more recognition and there are many ways in which you know blacks. The african american contribution american culture has been overlooked. How do you try to combat that through the food that you serve at virtue. Well again. I think you know when you have the opportunity to to provide a meal for someone. Food is the great equalizer and so It offers a level of trust. It offers a level of care and anna level of service and we take all of those things very seriously and we continue again to use our platform to spread the word as far as we can. I think you know many people are saying now. Wow i note the happened texts. Wow why haven't i heard stories before and for the african american community We've become accustomed to our story. Not big till one. So we take these moments to to stabilize to pivot and to push for not just this message but the mini messages that have been lost or buried over the years and before i let you go. What more do you think needs to happen to be sure that people are educated about the history of african americans. I think again that we need to continue to spread the word. We need to continue to celebrate. The contributions blacks have made both four and in this country. But i think more than anything in our constitution encompasses this ideal of life liberty and the pursuit of happiness with liberty being pretty good word and so until until all of our fellow americans are in a position where liberty rings We're going to continue to struggle. So i think you know the promotion of liberty. The promotion of life and the provoked promotion of the pursuit of happiness will probably be at the top of my agendas will continue to be as we advocate for people both near and far chef williams virtue. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for having me. And we're back to wrap things up right after this And that's our show for this sunday night. Be sure to check out our website. Wtt w dot com slash news for the very latest from w. w news including what to know about at home kobe nineteen tests and join parachutes and me this week.

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06:16 min | 11 months ago

"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

"Rose simpson became america's first black woman to graduate with a phd. She earned her doctorate as well as her bachelor's and master's degrees in german philology at the university of chicago. Now to the university students are honoring her trailblazing achievement. With the georgia anna rose organization social group supporting black women and women in line students in academia joining us now are diageo agr row vice president and george santa rosa organizations president marla anderson. Welcome both of you to chicago tonight. Black voices so marla anderson. Let's start with you. Please tell us who was georgina. Simpson and how did her story inspired the creation of your organization. That's a great question and his answer. Because how do we really know. Dr simpson was sides. What we know from history. That's the interesting thing is that there's supposed written oath. Written an unwritten and so from the written history know that she was barred from being able to be on campus in the halls because other students are pure zoom or on campus. We know that she faced other struggles after she graduated from you. Chicago refused she. She was unable to find teaching physicians because people didn't think her chievements enough. And so what. I really admired about. Dr simpson's story was one her resilience and to her commitment to a sting reinvesting to her community. I think that's really where grow comes from. You know as black women at a predominantly white institution. We're going to face our own challenges in our own time to resilient and so just following in those flexibility investing in our community. Those are the things that i found most inspiring story. This is obviously the campus has sororities black sororities whites worries as well but this is the first organization specifically for black women at the university of chicago. What gap are you trying to fill. Or what role are you trying to to offer to the other black women students at you chicago right right One thing about you chicago is that it's a campus. That's dedicated to free speech colored that they always try to emphasize they never talk about the conditions that are needed in order to austria this free speech so the gap that we really trying to fill is creating space of care that space of comfort to know that we are validated as women in our experience and know that those experiences are intersectional and such then when we go into these spaces and we go into the world. We are with the company to speak really to be ourselves because we always know that our camp this specifically that is that space and that split grow is briefly. How would you say this is different from the sororities. Of course and of course it's different. That list sororities because it is for black limited by black women and we are specific to those mean whereas of course there's other spaces that are more general focus that are also black and focused but when we talk about black women and we we understand that those are a specific category of people. That's different emara. You were building community not just with each other but also with black owned businesses in the u. of c. area. How are you all going about that. And how it working. Well i would be lying. If i said it was difficult. Chicago's so filled with so many breed bark on business black women on businesses. I think especially due to racial unrest. Last year of even google has done a better job of making it simple to state black owned businesses in my area. And so we've been able to go to semi colon which is a store in chicago. The only black woman owned bookstore and gallery. We've been able to go to kill wines. I if you don't know about till wins. It's back on chocolate shop Chocolate and ice cream and also went to the east of butler today at art institute which is a black women artists and so it's the black woman culture. Black women in businesses are so evident that tonight even hearts of fine. But we just wanna make sure that we're drumming up support from both the community and art organization so we can just get together and go and have a good time and then saying that you know if there are black women businesses or by businesses in chicago. That would like to see us. That would like to invite us over and you know so we can have a good time in shandon community. Together that would be amazing opportunities your opportunities for community. It sounds like roller just getting started. But what's the future for jaro or grow. The future for girl is very bright. We look to first and foremost have more social events. Nixon we build that community and also we hope to get more politically involved in working with a greater community in terms of different Black women facing organization around chicago for example Opo we'd want to work with them in the future and also continuing to uplift. The voices of are really great members. So all of that cocoa the kenwood oakland community organization. There briefly there is a bust of her in the reynolds club on campus Dia why is that a significant location. Oh for many reasons. I think the most striking one is that her bus stands parallel to the exact president who refuse to let her live on the use chicago campus. Her voice of central location on campus. That everyone will get a chance to see if they are student here. And so i think It's like a welcome almost to the black student and once upon a time it was club that was only accessible by white males. That's obviously now my thanks to the women of grow Audio and marla anderson. Take you so much for joining us. Best of luck.

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"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

Chicago Tonight

02:46 min | 11 months ago

"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

"The day commemorates june nineteenth eighteen sixty five when news reached texas that the civil war had ended in that. The enslaved were free. That was more than two years after president. Abraham lincoln signed the emancipation proclamation in eighteen sixty three chicago mayor lori lightfoot illinois lieutenant governor juliana stratton and vice president khama harris offered their thoughts on what juneteenth means to america. Here's some of what they had to say. Days juneteenth remind the world that black history is truly american history and provide us with an important opportunity to reflect on the continued work. We must do to create a society. We're all black folks. Have free unrestricted access to the resources that we need to enjoy the full measure of citizenship. Slavery might have officially ended in eighteen sixty five but we are still grappling with the vestiges of bat original sin here today from historic neighborhood disinvestment to institutionalized racism that holds people back from realizing their god given potential just because of the color of their skin these inequities continue to keep far too many black folks away from opportunities in heard mobility and we cannot simply stand idly by and continue to allow that to happen neither the emancipation proclamation nor the declaration of freedom on the first juneteenth and not even the thirteenth amendment allowed us as black people to fully embody the freedom that we all deserve rather we celebrate juneteenth to the deep faith and strength of our ancestors that propelled us to this moment and it is a time to come together in every community of our state to recommit to and work towards the highest ideals of freedom. For all dr. Maya angelou said the more you know your history. The more liberated you are juneteenth national freedom day will help ensure every illinois on knows our history and that future generations know our history and that in itself is liberating when we established a national holiday. It makes an important statement. National holidays are something important these days when we as a nation have decided to stop and take stock and often to acknowledge our history. We must learn.

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"tonight" Discussed on Dinner Tonight Atlanta

Dinner Tonight Atlanta

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"tonight" Discussed on Dinner Tonight Atlanta

"Hey everybody it's Susan Cooper from dinner tonight Atlanta. So how's it going? Everybody's staying safe and practicing social distancing. I hope so. So here's the thing. A lot of restaurants are closing their doors. A lot of restaurants are switching to curbside pickup or takeout. Only or delivery only and I hope that that they continue to do that safely. If they're able to right now though I feel like the tone of my episodes for the rest of this month that are already done. I feel like it's totally tone deaf. I think that the time is right for me. To postpone the rest of my episodes. I'm GONNA pull them down not publish them for the rest of March. I have April episodes almost ready to go. But I think I'm GonNa hold and wait and see how things with the pandemic evolve and released them when it deals right. I feel like I don't need to be sitting people out into the world right now so decided to put the podcast on hold and which Atlanta restaurants. The Best of luck wish all my friends and family and listeners. The best of luck during this crazy crazy time and I would love to hear from you. We can of course keep talking about about what we want to be doing right now and we can talk about You know really cool recipes that we've created the home that maybe mimics all of our favorite dishes at restaurants. So let's keep the conversation going. Let's talk online. You can reach me on facebook or twitter or instagram and We can keep doing this. Let me know is if you still wanNA hear my voice. I can come up with something like right now. I'm doing this on the fly. I've got no script If you still want to hear from me let me know and I'll come up with something else So everybody out there stay safe. Stay healthy and stay home Tortilla soon.

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