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Vernon Jordan Shares Experiential Nuggets on Business, Civil Rights

In Black America

02:00 min | 5 months ago

Vernon Jordan Shares Experiential Nuggets on Business, Civil Rights

"Vernon jordan. Junior has been called the rosa parks of american business born on august fifteenth nineteen thirty five in atlanta georgia. Jordan is a civil rights. Icon business consultant influential. Powerbroker jordan is a graduate of depaul university way earned a political science degree in nineteen fifty seven and howard university. School of law. Never want to sit on the sideline and nineteen fifty one. He helped desegregate colleges and universities in georgia from one thousand nine hundred sixty one to nineteen sixty three. He was the field secretary. For the national association. For the advancement of colored people in georgia and nineteen seventy jordan became executive director of the united negro college fund and nineteen seventy-one. He became president of the national urban league. He held that position for ten years on may twenty ninth. Jordan was shot and seriously wounded outside. The hotel in fort wayne indiana. This incident became the first story covered by cnn. And as we all know by now join me. Came close confidant and political advisor to president. Bill clinton this past spring. Jordan was a keynote speaker at the summit on race in america held at the lbj presidential library on the campus of the university of texas at austin. The following is an expert of that reason. Tation now let me explain to situation. You are in with me this morning. And i can only explain it by telling you a true story. I'm a member of the african methodist episcopal. Church all my life. And that was this young pastor who just graduated from seminar and the bishop assigned him to a church and a small town in georgia to begin his pastoral ministry

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In wake of Vernon Jordan's death, tributes from Georgia pour in for civil rights activist from Atlanta

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

In wake of Vernon Jordan's death, tributes from Georgia pour in for civil rights activist from Atlanta

"Morning. Stacey abrams tweeted this about vernon jordan. Who died last night morning. The passage of my friend the extraordinary for jordan he battled the demons of voter suppression on racial degradation winning more than he lost he brought others with him and left a map so so moore could find their way love to his family. Travel on with. God's grace burley ever is the widow of the assassinated civil rights leader. Medgar evers said today. Our nation has lost a hero vernon jordan the civil rights warrior presidential adviser former. Ceo of the united negro college fund former director of the national urban league was a close personal friend of my husband medgar of mine and of my children he medgar road through the back roads of mississippi investigating some of the most horrific violence against black mississippians when medgar was assassinated vernon came to offer comfort and support for our family

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Vernon Jordan, Civil-Rights Leader, Dies at 85

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 7 months ago

Vernon Jordan, Civil-Rights Leader, Dies at 85

"Businessman, a civil rights leader and an adviser to then President Bill Clinton. Vernon Jordan has died at the age of 85. Jordan grew up in an Atlanta housing projects before his family bought a home, got his LA degree from Howard University and worked for civil rights attorney. One of this case is integrated the University of Georgia. He worked for the C P and United Negro College Fund and was head of the National Urban League in 1971. Jordan never held a government job, but no one knew better. How Washington D. C works. Jordan was a friend and adviser performer. President Clinton. Allison Keyes. CBS NEWS Washington

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"united negro college" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:03 min | 11 months ago

"united negro college" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"In certain situations were passed Thursday in the legislature. Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi says Legislature has been passing reforms for two years, but that unwanted steps were taken by the state. Back in March. There were certain waters that did take place that we were not apprised of. That resulted in my personal belief and a lot of unnecessary deaths a piece. He said More work needs to be done on the issue and complain that the Legislature hasn't received sufficient testimony from the state Department of Health about what happened in the spring. New Jersey's next higher education secretary could soon be taking office. Brian Bridges, whose nomination was announced by Governor Murphy today, will need to be approved by the state Senate. He has most recently served as a vice president of the United Negro College Fund, and prior to that worked at Ohio University. Today marks the one year anniversary of the disappearance of 25 year old Stephanie Parr's of Freehold Township, Monmouth County prosecutor says her ex boyfriend Jonah's Bilgin, who took his own life last November. Two months before Stephanie's body was found, confessed to the murder. In his suicide note. Richard in Cremona, the attorney for Oz buildings, parents says none of the parents will get closure. They both lost a child. Both of them were dealing with their grief. Both of them are dealing with the horror that comes from having a child dies before you do. So there's no closure, no matter what happens, he says. Investigators have unsuccessfully trying to get into at least one of us build in cell phones, which they suspect would show his parents participated in the events leading to parses disappearance. Hudson County Roads. Inspector Barry Smith has pleaded guilty to official misconduct. Admitting that he initiated been accepted a bribe to overlook any violations he might have issued for a construction project in Bayonne, The 52 year old, A resident of the bone is accused in a second case late last year. He could get three years in prison. Get the latest Jersey news on your schedule on demand. Goto NJ Wanna 15 dot com slash podcast Freezing up overnight Chief meteorologist Dan's Arrows complete forecast is coming up the Jersey fast traffic in one minute. New Jersey one A 1.5 Every Friday is.

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"united negro college" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"united negro college" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"This is big Al and Joe Joe with my life. To welcome back. Ella Jo Jo on camera news Radio 8 50 AM in 90 for one of them, Of course, everywhere on the free I heard radio looking better than when you offered was driving him from birth. And, uh, he normally calls me on the way in to work if He's coming in Hyde, right, And there was a lot of traffic right there on I 25 the you know the mousetrap, basically coming in hot means he's going to walk in, while the microphones Iran and He's going to be. Ah, because technically we turned on the microphones at about 305 everyday and, ah So I said, Ah, you're coming in Jai, I go. Well, that's great, because I'm coming in his well. So I called him when we, uh we were on our drive in and We had a a very deep discussion, right? And the discussion was about the term Negro. And is it still okay to use that term? In your descriptive nature of of trying to tell somebody who this person maybe. And I heard the term here recently in I thought about it. And I was like, man that you know that it almost sounds like that term to me as a black guy. Is a, um Derogatory term. It would be no different than calling me a colored guy. And that would be a derogatory term. And so I heard these two terms as the same when I heard it here recently. So I talked to Joe. I said, You know, this country's done a number on black people because the narrative and the language in which you describe somebody if I was a white guy become feels his hail right now, I'd be really confused about How to describe a black person and this is you know, And this is how I would tell people if you're asking me and it may not be the politically correct way to do it, But I would say And polite conversation. If you were picking me up from the airport, how would you describe me? About 66 probably dressed in golf attire, which is probably right wearing a ball cap may or may not have a goatee depending on whether or not he's going. And he's a black guy, right? Right. And, um Who wouldn't with all of my friends, and then this is And you know, this is just The way that it's gone with me, I guess because I guess if you if I'm calling you, my friend, you know that I would probably call you a white guy, right? I mean, there's well, what else could you call me? I'm not calling you European American right well and see, And that's where I got the discussion that way a little bit because Now, my son. My son is in a relationship and lives with a black girl, right? Who does not want to be referred to as African American, because she's like I'm not if Africans I'm not. I'm not from Africa. Don't refer to me as African American on black. Well, I mean, I think that that narrative that narrative is wrong. Okay, Well, I just want to say that so I you know again, she's gone. Sisi has African descent. Growing up for me. I can remember referring to somebody as just being black. Right, and it bouncing back and going. No, no, no, no, no. They're African American. And I'm like, Okay, You know what? Your stepfather within politics and I'm quite sure in your household. It was prim and proper when it came the describing and yeah, and talking. Ah! In ways to make sure that you understood what was the proper way. That people wanted to be described. Not now. Here. Here's Here's something that you know, one of one of the Greatest. Organizations here in the United States is in double A. C P Not if you don't know what it stands for, is the National Association of Advancement of Colored People. You understand? Yeah, OK, so so of colored people, Right? Right. It's the N double A C P But if you call somebody colored colored, it's offensive. It's offensive right now. But it's one of the greatest civil rights advocacies advocacy groups of all time Now, I have referred to you many times. Never call me color. I've never know. But I have said you're a man of color. When I've talked to have said that I have said that somebody who is a man of color, right? Now. Is that offensive? No, I don't think so. Because I think you were trying to describe Um, somebody who's not white. Jason on the text line. Black dude, Black dude, Right? That's I mean, that's how I would. That's what I would have said Yeah, I want to set the black dude. I mean, he's a black guy. Yeah, I'm saying he's a white guy or he's a Mexican guy. You know, I'm saying, you know, because So, baby, But but people are Negroes. See, Right? Okay, Somebody grow right? But then what do you say for you? Because there are still organizations that use the word. Negro, the United Negro College Fund, Right. You know, there are the term has been used and is used in very proper ways. Yet. If you take the words out of context, it could be considered offensive. Which is what started our entire conversation, right? Because I'm just as you heard it. And you You asked me about it, and I'm like that. I was like, and I said, Well, what was the concept of a man? You know, I, um But do you think of it That way do you think of I mean, because, like you said, You. You talked about things we said colored. We said, colored because you brought up the end of the CP. OK, then you have the United Negro Foundation, the United Negro College Fund, Okay? Both have words in it that could be considered offensive, right? And by the way, around 1919 89 90 the work the term African American was the preferred. The preferred Descriptive way to the describe a black person. And today I think that you can't be wrong if you say African American. But what about those other terms? Heroes, other terms. Sounds. They sound derogatory to me if I called you if if you know if I called you a Caucasian, right if I called you a Caucasian Doesn't it sound like that's an offensive word. If I said, you know if I said you, Caucasians If I said it like that, if you said it like that, Yes, but if if a police officer was describing me, you know how he would describe me. Alright. He will call you Call me a Caucasian, right? Okay. And what would a police officer called a black person in? I think they would for you is black..

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"united negro college" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"united negro college" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"In the sense of we already had a great amount of momentum going, But being able to eat the tournament up on get some play eyes is a little bit of a silver lining for us. But I think more than anything. We were worried about the momentum of the sport because it was going so well before this, so I won't look at this as a positive transfer for growing soccer. But at least we're able to get going and re engage with our fans and give us some good experiences and that that part has been at least ah little bit of a silver lining for us. So, as I said, I love this event that you're hosting where fans get to drive their cars onto the field inside Gillette Stadium and watch the The game's that the Rebs are playing on the Jumbotrons. Where did you guys come up with a concept? I have not seen this done anywhere. Well. In Massachusetts, You were hit pretty hard by the current virus. Onda states that an excellent job that at thinking about their phase approach to reopening and one of the faces of reopening, I noticed that they open up drive in movie theaters. They're allowing, allowing that as an activity. And we had Movie theater on our side. We have a big sort of shopping out the shopping mall called Patriot Place that's attached to the stadium, essentially, and they started doing outdoor movie movie movie showings on inflatable screen, which is he all over the country, different places. And someone on our team was like, Well, maybe we could do some, You know, building parties or something like that, and we cut this out to a screen and looked out and I said, Well, I'll just do it on the field. And in this moment of can we do that? Way owned it And it was never going to a concert. A victim, you know, we own a flooring product that we put over the field on you, Khun Drive on that product, so Sort of. Yeah, I mean, there's nothing going on the stage and we can't open the stadium. So we know we know it's available and we have the flooring. Why not? And so we went to that process of of working with our stadium operations group on on how we would do it, and we reached out to state and make sure they were okay with so the drive in movie concept inside the stadium. And, uh, And from that point forward just just went went all out, and our fans have been great in their response. We've sold out all three of of the events that we had, Um, it was $40 a car, but all the money went to charities. We raised money for the VP of Boston. The United Negro College Fund, Boston and special in Massachusetts. So all the money went to charity, and our fans were great supporting it, and I was I was at the event and they were. They were just there are a lot of fun. They're really cool because right now we have been kind of eliminated from a lot of our summer activities and for sports have been gone for so long that to meld the two an outdoor summer activity with sports being back. Is a really charge, so I know you mentioned that they were all sold out. What's demand been like what's response been like from the fans. I think the best thing for me to see um, is just the response afterwards. And you know, like most organizations do, surveying and asked him what they thought of the experience and it's It's the best survey results I've ever seen from anything ever that I've either just been or read about. There's a thing that a lot of business use, calling that promoter score, which is basically what percent of the people who experience something are willing to promote it until others to go do it. And you know what? You subtract that from the people that say they wouldn't do it, or they don't like it. And, you know, most companies that are that are all Stars category have like a 40 to 50% that promoter score that's like Passion. Ah, Mikele, and all these events were 100% like every single person who came through rated a 10 or a nine on the experience, scale and To be to be fair. There's some tricky parts of it. You've got to come here early. We've got to do security screening on the car before it gets in. So it's not exactly you know, all all fun and games, but I just think Given what everyone's experience and come through and not been able to come support their sports teams and be there live. You know, sports is a communal experience. People come to stadium not just because they like to see it live. They come because Like it's tribal, right. You want to be there with other hands of your team and you want to celebrate together and experience it together, and I think that's been really, really hard on people and so the ability to come in and be together for our games. Was was really special for our fans. Brian Below is the president of the New England Revolution. He joins us this morning on the show. That's It's that communal experience that we've been missing for so long. Sports provides that and you guys were able to provide that as well. During this, you know, I'm wondering Because you play in such a large stadium where the New England Patriots also play. There's all these smaller soccer facility soccer only facilities across MLS. Do you guys have a unique ability to do this? Where other teams could not because the stadium so large because there's an open tunnel from the parking lot to actually get into the stadium with with a normal stream of cars? I think it's more the amount of concerts frankly, we do here at the stadium. So we own the floor exist because we do somebody shows here at our stadium. So for us,.

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Netflix CEO to donate $120M to Black education

Sean Hannity

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Netflix CEO to donate $120M to Black education

"Netflix CEO making a huge donation to black education in the wake of the black lives matter protest CEO reed Hastings and his wife pledging one hundred twenty million dollars to the United Negro college fund into historically black colleges Spelman college and Morehouse College both based in Atlanta Hastings said the donation is the best gift we've ever

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Netflix CEO Reed Hastings Donates $120 Million To HBCUs

VB in the Middle

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings Donates $120 Million To HBCUs

"Netflix CEO making a huge donation to black education in the wake of the black lives matter protest CEO reed Hastings and his wife pledging one hundred twenty million dollars to the United Negro college fund into historically black colleges Spelman college and Morehouse College both based in Atlanta Hastings said the donation is the best gift we've ever

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"united negro college" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"united negro college" Discussed on AP News

"Than one million dollars to the United Negro college fund the Charlotte observer said she shocked the audience during the seventeenth annual Maya Angelou women who leave luncheon in North Carolina when she made the announcement which led to a standing ovation the United Negro college fund was hoping to raise five hundred thousand during the event for deserving areas students to attend historically black colleges a running tally at the event showed about one point one five million had been raised and that's when Winfrey said she was going to match the total. you on must call SpaceX's new starship rocket the most inspiring thing he's ever seen it's designed to carry a crew and cargo to the moon Mars or anywhere else in the solar system and land back on earth perpendicularly musk says it's essential for the viability of space travel to be able to re use space craft he also says it's important to take steps to extend consciousness beyond our planet musk scent starships expected to take off for the first time in about one or two months and reach sixty five thousand feet before landing back on earth. the same still needed a touch does to take down the unbeaten cowboys a peace talk very reports for field goals and the stifling defense was all they needed Sunday night football the Dallas Cowboys suffered their first loss of the season twelve ten to the New Orleans Saints the same thing it for field goals from well let's as their offense with teddy Bridgewater starting again for the injured drew Brees failed to score a touchdown let's kick three of his field goals in the second quarter is Nolan's took at nine three lead at halftime dell's as Ezekiel Elliott scored the game's only touchdown midway through the third quarter but the cowboys up ten nine less than good is fourth field goal early in the final quarter to cap a fifteen play drive for twelve ten leave that depressive things the prince protected I'm Tom Mariam. the choir three house committees of service of Peter to Rudy Giuliani demanding documents related to his contacts with Ukrainian officials earlier today president trump said he wants the name of the whistle blower filed a complaint regarding his phone call to Ukraine's president and other actions the ministration took to allegedly seek dirt on former vice president Joe Biden and his son trump also accused house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff of lying about what was in the transcript of his call Adam Schiff made up a phone call and he read it to Congress and he read it to the people of the United States and it's a disgrace this whole thing is a disgrace both drop in guiliani have a good knowledge the efforts to influence Ukraine's president to investigate hunter Biden's membership on the board of Ukrainian gas company at the same time his father was leading the Obama administration's diplomatic dealings with that country there's been no evidence of wrongdoing by either of the buttons New Jersey news New York City police say an officer killed early Sunday while wrestling with an armed man was fatally struck by gunfire from his fellow officers commissioner James o'neill this is a tragic case of friendly fire but make no mistake. we lost a life of a courageous public servant solely due to a violent criminal for the lives of the police and all the people we serve in jeopardy officer Brian milking was hit twice by police bullets during the confrontation in the Bronx a suspect Antonio Williams was also killed during the burst of gunfire in which several officers fired shots tomorrow is the second anniversary the Las Vegas concert shooting in which fifty eight people were killed the deadliest mass shooting in the nation's history in the two years since there been numerous mass shootings including attack on a Florida high school last year that killed seventeen and attacks in Texas and Ohio the killed thirty one people in one weekend this summer. this is a P.. radio news. new research touches off controversy about the risks of eating red meat you research questions advice to limit consumption of red and processed meats an international team of researchers concludes the links between consumption of red and processed meats and cancer and heart disease appear to be small further the researchers say it's on certain that cutting back on red meats will significantly decrease the risks of getting cancer the conclusions have come under fire in the scientific community a group of prominent U. S. scientists tried to stop publication of the research saying it sends the wrong message the journal annals of internal medicine published the work Monday I am like Ross yeah a forty eight year old Yellowstone visitor is hospitalized with critical burns after falling into a thermal pool near old faithful park Rangers say Kate seamers says he was walking near the.

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Oprah Winfrey donates more than $1 million to United Negro College Fund

Michael Medved

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Oprah Winfrey donates more than $1 million to United Negro College Fund

"Oprah Winfrey shocked attendees at a North Carolina fundraiser yesterday by announcing a donation of more than one million dollars to the United Negro college fund the former talk show host made the surprise announcement at the Charlotte seventy Emmanuel Maya Angelou women who Lee

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Vernon E. Jordan, Jr. Reflects on His Past

In Black America

07:15 min | 2 years ago

Vernon E. Jordan, Jr. Reflects on His Past

"<hes> best analogy comes from politics permanently. Jordan junior has been called the rover parks of american business born on august august fifteenth nineteen thirty five in atlanta. Georgia jordan is a civil rights icon business consultant and influential powerbroker. Jordan wouldn't a graduate of depauw university way earned a political science degree in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven and howard university school of law never want to sit on the sideline in nineteen fifty one he helped desegregate colleges and universities in georgia from nineteen sixty one to nineteen sixty three he was as a field secretary for the national association for the advancement of colored people in georgia in one thousand nine seven jordan became executive director of the united negro college college fund and i eighteen seventy one. He became president of the national urban league. He held that position for ten years on may twenty nine thousand nine hundred eighty jordan wooden was shot and seriously wounded outside a hotel in fort wayne indiana. This incident became the first story covered by c._n._n. And as we all i know by now jordan became a close confidant and political advisor to president bill clinton this past spring. Jordan was keynote speaker at the summit on race in america held at the l._b._j. Presidential library on the campus of the university of texas at austin the following is an expert of that reason tation now now. Let me explain to situation you. Were in with me this morning and i can only explain it by telling you. I'm a true story. I'm a member of the african methodist episcopal church all my life and and this young pastor who just graduated from seminary and the bishop was signed him to a church a small town in georgia to begin his pastoral ministry astray and the young pastor was cited about the beginning of his pastoral ministry so he went to this small georgia town and on saturday he went around to community to say i'm the new pastor here and i'm beginning again in my pastoral ministry tomorrow and i. I'm looking forward to seeing you at church. In the morning. The morning came mm-hmm and it was raining and stormy and then the black community. The streets were unpaid so they were almost you couldn't get through anywhere but he was excited about the beginning of his pastoral ministry so he put on his suit. He got for graduation and his new shirt and he went to the church at nine in the morning. Nobody showed up for sunday school and it eleven o'clock. Nobody has shown church at eleven twenty. One so parisian shows up the church services so the young new pastor russia's down to the so perimeter and says brother. I'm the new passed a here. I've just graduated from seminary but in similar nair they don't teach you what to do. When only one parisian shows was up for the church service he said do you have any suggestions and the so parisian says well preacher. I'm not a preacher. <hes> i'm a farmer and all i know is that we're well now. Load my wagon full of hey go feed my cows and only one cow shows up with the feeding i feed them and

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"united negro college" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"united negro college" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Was a big boom for colleges around two thousand eight because of the financial crisis. When the economy sucks people go to school to improve their lot. Now is the economy is doing much better colleges are paring back after having expanded post two thousand eight I'm not saying this is a primary cause of HPC's losing money. But it is a cause atom. I saw you nod your head to that. Yeah. Yeah. And that is true. When when the economy is doing poorly people go to school when the economy's doing a little bit better. You see more people with jobs, the employees unemployment's down. So I think that enrollment generally because I kind of as I was mentioning earlier a lot of colleges are tuition dependent. And when you have severe decreases in your enrollment, you're going to see some some pretty severe budget constraints. We're speaking to Adam Harris, a staff writer for the Atlantic loud Rigas Murray whose v. VP of public policy and government affairs for the United negro college fund and WFAN public radio reported Gwendolyn, Glenn we'd love to hear from you. Especially if you are from a historically black college or university, including one of those that's gone through economic hard times. There have been several that have dealt with financial woes some of whom survived and some did not we would love you to share what you know about HPC's the impact they had on you. And what you think of these financial challenges, by the way, just to be clear. This doesn't mean we're only looking for comments from black people. Julie tweeted, I am a white graduate of an HP. See you the Howard University school of divinity..

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"united negro college" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"united negro college" Discussed on AP News

"Apple is listening and in this case. So are others AP's. Warren Levinson reports the company says it's fixing a bug that allows eavesdropping on iphones. I max and other apple devices apple has disabled the group chat function in FaceTime video chat application after discovering a bug that allows users to listen into someone else's phone, even if that person declines to join the chat, the flaw was reported this week by tech blogs and demonstrated in videos, they posted online. Apple says in a statement. We're aware of this issue. Adding that a software update this week, we'll fix it. The company's online support page announces group FaceTime is temporarily unavailable. It's the latest setback for a company. That's warned fourth quarter earnings will fall short of expectations. Warren Levinson, New York. Free screenings of the Oscar nominated Black Panther are headed to theaters fresh off its win at the Screen Actors Guild awards. Disney announced it will play for free for the first week of February two hundred fifty participating AMC theaters to celebrate black history month. Disney also said it will give a one point five million dollar grant to support the United negro college fund, the film, which grossed more than seven hundred million dollars at the domestic box offices nominated for seven Oscars, including best picture. The partial government shutdown halted car crash probes and AP correspondent Mike Rossier? Reports. Some critical evidence is now in jeopardy. The National Transportation Safety board says because of the thirty five day partial government shutdown. It was unable to send investigators to twenty two accidents in which thirty two people died the NTSB is opening investigations into the accidents. But with some of the crashes now weeks old critical evidence may have been lost the NTSB determines the cause of transportation accidents and makes recommendations to prevent them during the shutdown the NTSB had to furlough three hundred sixty seven of its three hundred ninety seven employees, Mike Rossier? Washington North Korean nukes. I'm Tim Maguire the AP newsman at the heads of the nation's intelligence agencies say North Korea is not likely to dismantle its entire nuclear arsenal. National intelligence director, Dan coach tells the Senate intelligence committee. It's leaders ultimately view nuclear weapons as critical to regime survival. Our assessment is bolstered by our observations of some activity that is inconsistent with full denuclearization the intelligence agencies. Also, say this state group remains a threat, and that the Iran nuclear deal is working a Muslim inmates scheduled to be executed next week in Alabama has filed a federal suit asking for a stay claiming the state is violating his rights by requiring Christian prison chaplain in the execution chamber. Forty two year old Dominique race says the warden refused his request to replace a chaplain with the Muslim imam during the lethal injection rate was sentenced to death for the rape robbery and murder of a fifteen year old girl in nineteen ninety-five..

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"united negro college" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"united negro college" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Normally, I would love to jump at this occasion. To talk about a film that I saw idea see glass recently fantastic movie. But I'm going to actually hand this off to sweet Travis my my screwed this up. But I trust. Try to never went to see what exactly sweet. Well, so spell sweet tea take it away on the flight from LA out here. Lanta I had you know, the little in screen you could pick from all the movies. It's all you gotta yeah. There's hundred you could pick from movie, and you and I've talked about until you keep saying you haven't seen Black Panther. You haven't seen by Vander? So it was right there. I decided I was finally gonna see your later Lutely loved it. It was it was it was fantastic about it. I just the story was great. First of all, it was just it was compelling story. Then what do you mean was the story's bad guy? Good guy, and they fought a lot. And they threw a guy off a waterfall. It was awesome. There's a lot going on. I like the car. I like the scene in the casino in Korea. That was a cool siege. I thought you tell me. Thing about it. It looked good. The music was good good bad guy. Michael Jordan was a great batch all of the subliminal messages that was being fun out there. Social subliminal messages you care as anywhere. You want to say, no, I'm sure that I didn't catch. I loved it on your way back to still be playing. What do you mean what you can watch? Oh and look for. Don't do that. When you get back to LA go to the movie theater because the film was nominated for best best picture and rotten, Bob. I just announced that for a week. You can go into the theater to see it for free. Donation of believes to the United negro college fund or what Travis go see dolemite. Now. What do you got to go back and no next? Stop is black Landsman. That's the next. I don't know if that's going to be for free. No. But I have. -tunities? But okay, we'll I like black Lance's as much as fan. It would be a different like, okay. There's no waterfall. You said next to some black people just put your head down which hand. Yeah. Just trying to be nice as possible. A range of screening. He's cool. He's he's not one of them. Make sure you don't start laughing. Everybody else around. I guess the vendors is the next stop because now men on the Black Panther. I just watched it again over and it is good laugh and everybody else left those store. To do one of these like, okay? It's cool. Shook him episode is peak. How'd you do is laughing people that are going to play against USC because they hired Graham, Herrell Graham, cracker hair who? OC at North Texas. He's kind of sort of a little bit like cliff Kingsbury in the sense that he played for Mike Leach. He was part of the air raid, Texas, tag, and he was coaching under Leach up at Washington state wide receivers he's been the OC and North Texas. And now he's coming to USC to run the offense. And that feels about right is just so much mounted visually as cliff claims berry. Well, I don't think. Well, he's like a forty year old guy. That's about. Barometer right now, it's my was hot just about. Fit the mold. I guess here is incredibly uninspired. I was eating dinner last night. When I got the ticks, Cayenne almost spit my food up and I'm serious, and I had not a stomach. Because I feel about USC is anybody would feel about their mater at played everything that you that you given the university of done for the university..

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"united negro college" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"united negro college" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Normally, I would love to jump at this occasion. To talk about a film that I saw idea see glass recently fantastic movie. But I'm going to actually hand this off to sweet Travis my my screwed this up. But I trust. Try to never went to see what exactly sweet. Well, so spell sweet tea take it away on the flight from LA out here. Lanta I had you know, the little in screen you could pick from all the movies. It's all you gotta yeah. There's hundred you could pick from movie, and you and I've talked about until you keep saying you haven't seen Black Panther. You haven't seen by Vander? So it was right there. I decided I was finally gonna see your later Lutely loved it. It was it was it was fantastic about it. I just the story was great. First of all, it was just it was compelling story. Then what do you mean was the story's bad guy? Good guy, and they fought a lot. And they threw a guy off a waterfall. It was awesome. There's a lot going on. I like the car. I like the scene in the casino in Korea. That was a cool siege. I thought you tell me. Thing about it. It looked good. The music was good good bad guy. Michael Jordan was a great batch all of the subliminal messages that was being fun out there. Social subliminal messages you care as anywhere. You want to say, no, I'm sure that I didn't catch. I loved it on your way back to still be playing. What do you mean what you can watch? Oh and look for. Don't do that. When you get back to LA go to the movie theater because the film was nominated for best best picture and rotten, Bob. I just announced that for a week. You can go into the theater to see it for free. Donation of believes to the United negro college fund or what Travis go see dolemite. Now. What do you got to go back and no next? Stop is black Landsman. That's the next. I don't know if that's going to be for free. No. But I have. -tunities? But okay, we'll I like black Lance's as much as fan. It would be a different like, okay. There's no waterfall. You said next to some black people just put your head down which hand. Yeah. Just trying to be nice as possible. A range of screening. He's cool. He's he's not one of them. Make sure you don't start laughing. Everybody else around. I guess the vendors is the next stop because now men on the Black Panther. I just watched it again over and it is good laugh and everybody else left those store. To do one of these like, okay? It's cool. Shook him episode is peak. How'd you do is laughing people that are going to play against USC because they hired Graham, Herrell Graham, cracker hair who? OC at North Texas. He's kind of sort of a little bit like cliff Kingsbury in the sense that he played for Mike Leach. He was part of the air raid, Texas, tag, and he was coaching under Leach up at Washington state wide receivers he's been the OC and North Texas. And now he's coming to USC to run the offense. And that feels about right is just so much mounted visually as cliff claims berry. Well, I don't think. Well, he's like a forty year old guy. That's about. Barometer right now, it's my was hot just about. Fit the mold. I guess here is incredibly uninspired. I was eating dinner last night. When I got the ticks, Cayenne almost spit my food up and I'm serious, and I had not a stomach. Because I feel about USC is anybody would feel about their mater at played everything that you that you given the university of done for the university..

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"united negro college" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"united negro college" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Motivates you as you make your way to get your hot yoga in this morning. Toby and chilly in the morning ninety seven point one wash FM thinks we can up with us on a Tuesday is we scoot to Hollywood for a look at your show biz buzz chilly what we need to not. If you missed seeing Black Panther in theaters last year, you're going to have another shot next month. And it's not gonna cost you a thing a day after the movie won a sag award for best ensemble in a motion picture, a Disney announced that Black Panther is going to return to theaters in celebration of black history month last year's highest grossing movie is going to screen for free at two hundred fifty participating AMC theaters from February first to the seventh. Disney also said they're going to donate one point five million dollars in grant money to the United negro college fund, Sunday's broadcast of rent if you watched it while you were very few people who apparently did it drew the worst. Ratings of any recent live musical the FOX telecast, which included pre-tape performances gathered only three point four two million viewers. So FOX's Christmas story live had the previous low with just over four and a half million viewers, and that was back in two thousand seventeen Christina Aguilera. She may be kicking off a new concert residency in where else. Vega's exactly reports say the her website listed sixteen shows at Zappa's theater at planet. Hollywood in Vegas this summer Pristina's set to make some sort of major announcement with Andy Cohen show watch. What happens live January thirty first that's an a couple of days. So you'll probably just confirm that. And Mariah Carey is being urged to cancel an upcoming performance in Saudi Arabia because of the jailing of women's rights advocates there she's supposed to perform at a concert along with DJ TISCO and rapper. Sean Paul that's going to happen this Thursday, a women in Saudi Arabia were recently granted the right to drive, but some were arrested, and they were even tortured who campaigned for that. A women's activist groups started this petition asking her Mariah to call off the concert, by the way. She's never performed in Saudi Arabia before she's.

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"united negro college" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"united negro college" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

"Happens again. Desk. Oh, you know that coded language, man. That's coded language, so Starbucks. His lawyer told ABC news that he checked into the hotel had gone out to dinner across the street had gone to Travis Scott concert that evening. His mother calls him after eleven pm because of family problem. And that's when he was confronted by the security officer because he did not want to take the elevator. So he talked to her in a quiet corner of the lobby. So yeah. He told them Portland. Police be here soon to escort the property. I need. So. That's why we can't just do normal. She just mind Joe damn business. That's all. There's no reason. No explainable reason. For this young man to be scored off, rob. He's a guest the hotel. He's a paying customer. And because you don't maybe like the way he looks or. This. This is this is just what we what we just finished talking about. You know, you know, this this this officer, and this employees have let their prejudice impact bands. Like, right. This is we just finished talking about this exact this exact concept. So, you know here here it is played out. And we continue to see it. Now. You know, I think the one thing that we can continue to do in in in twenty nineteen is we can continue to make racist unemployed again. Right. And I'm all for it. But I also think and I've said this before I think I said on the show before that I think there should be a team of folks who catalog all of the names of these boats and a periodic checkup see where they're working now to make sure that their current employers know that they're dealing with rice abouts. Unless these folks join p and make donations to the United negro college fund yearly. I think it should be pulled out of their paychecks like child support. I agree. That's reparations. The you're right. Speaking paychecks. These I a situation like this happened to me as well, very similar situation. Mr Paul mccown's went into hunting went into TD Bank and hunting Ohio trying to cash a check for a little over thousand dollars like a little over grant. And the he showed forms of ID game thumbprint, which is in accordance with the Bank policy for non members of the Bank. The teller question the transaction called his employer. And because of the hassle Mr. mccown decided to leave he walked outside to get into his truck as a police car arrived the teller called now on. According to the according to the nine one one call the teller said, I have a customer here. He's not our customer. Actually, he's trying to cash check. And the check his fraudulent. It is not match our records. Mr. mccown was handcuffed to put in the back of the car, his employer confirm the chick was Jim it in a few minutes. Mr. mccown's released the employers say, yes, he works for me. He just started. And yes, my payroll company does pay him that much. Police said this other police tried to cover up say the Bank has received more than ten project chicks, July TNT now, this is December first, and so let's see more than ten average to a months. How many do you cash in a month? So let me tell you my story, I went to a TD Bank. Same Bank is this one. And I walked in there. And my check was for you know, if if for more than double this, you know, and it was like that..

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"united negro college" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"united negro college" Discussed on Revision Path

"He's like the like the mayor of Newark. Yeah. Me do we had a strong family at that school? That's literally would have felt like if your family away from home. Yeah. I feel like that's what a lot of people tend to get. I guess I wanna say get wrong with what they don't necessarily understand about HPC you. So like, I I went to an HPCL went to Morehouse my mom teaches at what she talked. She's retired now, but she taught at HCC you as we're talking about the ACA shirts and all that stuff. I I gave up a panel talk last week. And I was talking about how for me growing up like going to college was always the option like it was never it was never not an option to go to college one because my mom taught for a college was like going, but Secondly because pop culture reflected college as being like the place to be I mean, a different world. You have a sweatshirt you had people rocket all of this in like movies and TV of stuff as always like freaked, Nick. I mean, I'm from Alabama so Freaknik stayed over. So like going to college was like we were going to college. There was never this talk about what are you gonna do when you graduate high school? There was going to college you pick which college you went to you picked which frat you're gonna pledge or was already you were gonna pledge at. It was just as a way of life is just what it was. And it's amazing how the design in the culture affected that because in the same vein when I was talking about that there were other people on the panel. That were like, yeah, it was totally the opposite from me. And I was like I don't understand how you grew up in the nineties like I did like college was not the option like college was like that's where the parties were. That's where you win at because it was all the whole United negro college fund, the black of the college Swedish knowledge like it was just always the thing for me. It was at least I think for many people that went to my high school to it was the same way. Like, I think all of us pretty much went to college, and it was a small small class about two hundred people or so the, but it was never not an option. No. I think we came up in a generation where I'll. Parents made. Sure right that. Yeah. At least I'm almost I'm forty seven gonna be forty eight. But okay at the time, I would just go there still had the trades in the school. So you've college will the mandate, but they also had other avenues you could like make a living to support yourself. Yes. I mean, think about the entertainment, right? Like, we he will still trying to vilify talk bad about Cosby, but Cosby saved a lot of black lives. Deborah, debbie. Allen saved a lot of laws, and those television shows that that level of entertainment at that time spearheaded a lot of you know, that in Byron college growth during that era. And so I'm sure that there's a particular reason why we have the kind of detainment that we have on television today versus what we head back in Arjun ration-, right? That stuff is purposeful. I don't want people to think that that some of these shows on television right now, just by happenstance, like real housewife. Lives and the love and hip hop. Like that stuff is not what to me at least not where real life is about the all this like, hyper sort of such as Asian on reality television. Right. Whereas not even real, you know, we didn't have any of that. No. We had television. That was a lot more education based or at least promoted educational value. Why I think it was more grounded if anything because you had I mean, certainly like if you're on BT they had movies and rap city analysis, and you could see that part of it. But then you had the the other side where it was like, the Cosby show the parenthood and all these other kind of show the fresh prince of Bel Air. It's that you had there was a spectrum. When now I don't think there's really a spectrum..

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Alex Trebek Talks About Leaving ‘Jeopardy!’ In 2020, Names Potential Successors

Barsky Radio

04:24 min | 3 years ago

Alex Trebek Talks About Leaving ‘Jeopardy!’ In 2020, Names Potential Successors

"Either say have all the skills you could, have what the hell. You going. To do with that thing then a freaking. Thing I could have been blessed, with intelligence like a mathematician you could, have, split the atom whatever I can tell, you what network television shows from the sixties and seventies. And I don't miss I don't understand I don't understand either, combat combat was ABC Nineteen sixty three I was like barely breathing It, was like a fetus. Rat patrol rapid, Troas ABC Check check Man. Rat patrols. Last. One yeah Rafael let's see patrol barely on. Television and I knew the network? And you. Said what? Network ABC I don't, know how Right Chrissy was. Right he never. Misses it's the, craziest craziest all the. Skills I don't know It's not like know. When I was a kid I. Watch television, but I didn't watch that much of it. I don't know. How it is, I mean this is. Like a curse You. Know but you could use me. As some, sort of a party game You can use me as like. Tibet money you. Get free drinks yeah whatever trying to stump stump the moron I don't know I don't even know, what else. I could ask stump to beat the TV savant the network savant And so I'm assuming they have. To be like from my childhood the, sixty seventies yeah sixties the seventies TV show. Thank you can't do. The, eighties like the eighties that's so much. Because I I. Don't even watch TV eighties us too busy doing other stuff if you know what I'm talking. About Alex trebek's is going to be given it up in twenty twenty others a story here who's going to take. Over he's got two names of people have never heard of, one would be the guy that does the. Play by play of the Los Angeles Kings. And is Alex Faust he's a, TV waste of the LA kings singing that he might be a good air to the to the jeopardy thrown thrown and then another one would be Laura Coates who's an attorney who serves as a, legal voice, for CNN those are his. Two picks of his successor it's weird and then he was I guess he was on this show called objectified this Fox News, show and they, showed, photos of them and apparently. People thought. He was black at one point in the in the seventies and, eighties you see Alex Rubik now white hair but back in the. Day he said he had a afro He had like a very, dark tan he had a mustache An. Afro and he said that people I guess he did this this, telephone back in the eighties for. The United negro college fund and, they came to him. Backstage they thought he was the. Dancer Gregory Hinds remember him they thought. He was his brother Are you hit. Gregory Hinds his brothers like now I'm Alex trebek's maybe you. Should hook up with what's her name. From Seattle the was the. President of the CPI Rachel, does look black anymore Jeopardy answer is he's the whitest TV host. Who would never be considered to be. Black who is Alex Rebecca Enough So so we'll see what happens with that. Show Bob Newhart show CBS What canon canon, would be, are you. Talking about William Conrad lane cannon CBS as well a Clinton Martin, production most of those were ABC Marcus Welby Marcus Welby his ABC. Adam twelve twelve NBC Yeah Oh. Man I know it's. Bizarre. Man what can I tell? You I'm looking through all, these but they all seem so. Easy so I'm trying to do some the rookies the. Rookies, oh you're talking about the? Police, yeah. That's that's. ABC I don't I don't know if we've said this one I've, never even heard of Adam. Twelve, twelve NBC wow I don't know.

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"united negro college" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"united negro college" Discussed on Revision Path

"Opened up my own place at a time when there was a lot of support for women and minorities in business and i i was able to check the box for both minority and woman and there was corporate sponsorship initiatives federal government kind of programs and maximize that i was ready for the to embrace those opportunities and had done enough of my preference work to see that i was gonna get anywhere with any premier studios in new york and so being able to kind of carve out that nation's what really set you up for success i know that you know just from us i'm sorry in the set right here because the niche was the business template which was extremely unique it wasn't just the open door for minorities and women it's when that door open what happened after that made me successful okay and i say that humbly it was a unique business template and quickly i'll tell you what that was that open door for women in business and minorities in business opened into fortune one thousand companies who were prepared to embrace and support those initiatives so my first step on the pathway was to get fortune on sixth avenue actually fortunate one hundred work once i competed and i could deliver then the national african american organizations that respectively those fortune one hundred companies supported paid me as an inkind service sent me over to the top national offices of united negro college fund the urban league then nwea c p legal defense fund the national black caucus foundation and the likes thereof on a national level i was sent pay by corporation sent to an organization to do corporate communications so i began that was the niece that was the miester nobody else was embracing that once that door opened on for corporate work and i could compete and specifically in an area of corporate communications see this is the time in the era of segment marketing and advertising was big there was some okay this is the air of pepsico and mcdonald's all of a sudden introduced other faces burger king and coca cola and pepsico and.

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"united negro college" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"united negro college" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Strong capable citizens who are able to take care of themselves many of our students are first generation college educated many of students otherwise would not be able to attend or complete college were it not for the help and the assistance of governmental sources and so from that perspective we do have to look at what is the big picture the big picture help us do need to be able to successfully navigate the waters of education and be successful contributing citizens of this great country focusing on the big picture doesn't matter what the president says if he continues to support hpc us in concrete ways well at that again we're that many of us that get shocked and upset at the comments of president i mean that's not unusual as across the board throughout the country but at the same time when we're focused upon the work that has to be done for universities for students you know we still get continue to put full it matters not who sitting in the white house but it matters who's able to help us to be able to accomplish the dreams of a student's again of founders and again i look back and bring you back around to for example with situation we think back and look at various challenges that existed back almost one hundred years ago i look back at the even eras of the great depression are founded learned how to work with hoover coolidge and became an adviser for roosevelt and then ultimately for truman and all of these were different people with different vantage points different political persuasions at the end of the day we were able to survive and that's the same thing is here in twenty first century america and thank god for the collective efforts of groups like the united negro college fund and other groups who have led the way for us to work together one of the things i found today she co founded united negro college on back in nineteen thirty five dr frederick patterson of tuskegee and that was a big to do then and even now those part.

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"united negro college" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"united negro college" Discussed on NFL Live

"A stark contrast to his free agency the year before when he fielded many calls after two injury riddled seasons so now you're wondering he says what was it i wanted to play was it because i was supportive of cat you didn't know i had to make phone calls as one of the only white players in professional sports taking up public and active stand in solidarity with the protesting players the rifts were particularly painful to him i sort of felt like the kid watching their parents get divorced long says i think so much of this is personality based i honestly believe that a phone call or meeting could have cleared all this up but we never got there jenkins and long are hopeful that time in the offseason will heal the breaches according to the agreement the coalition struck with the league in over players are expected to make a significant contribution to match the owners jenkins says the funding mechanisms on the players side are still being worked out the same is true for control over the joint advisory board that the league in coalition formed to oversee the initiative in its current form with five players five owners and to nfl appointed members the league owns the tiebreakers for any disputes appoint that concern the nealer 's they see their concerns playing out already recently the nfl committed funds to the united negro college fund a venerable organization but hardly on the front lines of police misconduct i don't think it's fractured as it appears in the public jenkins says obviously it's a sensitive subject that a lot of guys are passionate about and a lot of guys sacrifice for and put themselves out there to change it's going to be something that's hard for everybody to see eye to eye on but at the.

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"united negro college" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"united negro college" Discussed on Doughboys

"Sure so so the shit doesn't stick to the roof at a buck yeah that's and tell them to come on time yeah and bring back the noise i think we all agree bring back the noise dominoes i'm gonna give domino's a special shadow to for the nineties in the nineties during on bt they would have black driven commercials that will always great like member is god be god up domino's ranks yeah course bt it was like is an it was at a black college all these black kids like passing around license a pizza man that makes me wanna go to college always like the old leg i was in domino's proudly supports the united negro college fund and it's like that's when i liked them no taste it when i liked it wider and other bantu google within and vote you know invoke anyway they that's the x factor for me the extract for blaze which is i'm also biased it's not the greatest pizza in the world it is not i won't sit here and say it is don't even recommend people go to it and accept it you know who backs blaze pizza this may be something i touched on intro the king himself yup lebron j oh no stake in he just came out and said he was going to take it outside the us so mitch you thought it was going to stay in pasadena but that's west coast boys already know is going to the west coast of canada vancouver.

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"united negro college" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"united negro college" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Eric in however sees no problem with black people getting killed by the police you don't believe me go see what happens if you get on the internet and start talking about that stuff the median american doesn't seem to care about that and i feel confident saying that the median american doesn't care about that because of the median american cared about those things they'd be some change they didn't have to be bordered right they wouldn't have to be negotiated whenever we figured out you have those people on that side of the ownership class people with money and with the audiences to get something done they be doing this on their on their own they're not trying to do that they don't care if they don't want it now listen to this though we we talked about this is just a second ago about where this money will go is says the united negro college fun the dream core hey man people with degrees get smoked by the cops to write what is the united negro college fund going to do to stop people from getting small by the cops what's the dream core going to do to stop people from gin smoke by the cops so they're throwing this money and all these places and they're talking about they want to improve communication between law enforcement and the community y'all the community as i could you please stop shooting us wh what needs to be improved about their what about that is not clear will the idea always comes oh the all the aid will maybe you guys need right around the police to find out how hard their job is what are you going to see ride agrout with the police that's gonna make you bela golkar is cool of everybody if somebody shot every now and y'all's jobs a heart that's not going to fix with the issue is what the fundamental issue is a lack of respect in this country foot allows the black browbeat that's what it comes down to because when he black person is dead people just generally don't care good friend of mine never get the story told me he said that he was fascinated with the atlanta chalmers when they happened in the late seventies and early '80s at hibs reading about him he said he wanted to talk to his grandfather buddies told his grandfather's grandfather like.

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"united negro college" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"united negro college" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Eric in however sees no problem with black people getting killed by the police you don't believe me go see what happens if you get on the internet and start talking about that stuff the median american doesn't seem to care about that and i feel confident that the median america doesn't care about that because of the median american cared about those things they be some change they didn't have to be bordered right they wouldn't have to be negotiated would have to be figured out you have those people on that side of the ownership class people with money and with the audiences to get something done they be doing this on their on their own they're not trying to do that they don't care they don't want it now listen to this oh we we talked about this is just a second ago about where this money will go is says the united negro college fun the dream core hey man people with degrees get smoked by the cops to write what is the united negro college fund going to do to stop people from gin small by the cops what's the dream core going to do to stop people from gin smoke by the cops so they're throwing this money in all these places and they're talking about they want to improve communication between law enforcement and the community yoho the community as i could you please stop shooting us wh what needs to be improved about their what about that is not clear well the ideal always comes on the other hand will maybe you guys need right around the police to find out how hard their job is what are you going to see radic row with the police this go make you'd bela golkar is cool of everybody's the buddy shot every now and y'all's jobs a heart that's not going to fix with the issue is what the fundamental issue is a lack of respect in this country foot allows the black browbeat that's what it comes down to because when he black person is dead people just generally don't care good friend of mine never get the story told me he said that he was fascinated with the atlanta chalmers when they happened in the late seventies and early '80s at hibs reading about him he said he wanted to talk to his grandfather bodies dogs graf on his grandfather's light.

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