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"university mississippi" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

13:34 min | 5 months ago

"university mississippi" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"Everybody. This is Jason Wilson with curious about Canvas podcast. Thanks much for tuning in once again So I am beyond delighted today to be able to sit down and talk with Andrew Dangelo at you. Know there's so many ways I could introduce you. Activists you know co founder of Harbourside. You're involved with the last prisoner project now. Which I know you've been bringing lot of tension to but welcome Andrew Dangelo. Thanks so much for being willing to come on the podcast today. Thank you Jason. It's great to be with your community today. Yeah totally. I'm really stoked to see where our conversation goes. I've been following a lot of your press over the past several months. Some of the interviews you've been doing and keeping up with some your work and there's a there are a lot of milestones to go through but then I know there's a lot you've been talking about lately that I don't WanNa make you regurgitate the same stuff that you've been staying over again someone to try to go in some unique directions here but there's all sorts of stuff for us to Go into right now. One of the kind of segue into a lot of things one of the first things I wanted to ask you about. Is you recently took a trip to Barcelona didn't you? I did I was there for. Icbc Barcelona and span of this. Yes yeah and you. You didn't make it out to the hashish and hemp museum. That's out there I did. I had a great time at the museum. That's Ben drunker zones and operates that museum. He also has one in Holland. Amsterdam and Ben's been old friend of the family for decades and so it was great vehicle able to see his newest outposts there in Barcelona. It's a beautiful building. He's done all this wonderful stained glass work and yeah and if you if you haven't been Barcelona the architecture Barcelona's just every single building every single doorway window archway. is just extraordinarily well-crafted. Beautiful beautiful work and the the hemp and Marijuana Museum. There is no exception and they've ban in his team just done a stellar job with that museum. I encourage everyone to make a pilgrimage to check it out. Yeah I saw some of the photos posted on social media and I was fascinated. How beautiful some of you know the way. Everything was presented the design architecture and everything and I wasn't even really familiar with that museum. Can you describe a little bit about what that museum is like? And kind of how things are presented. And what your experience. There was sure. The museum has multiple levels. So it's two or three stories. There's elevators and stairs that you navigate through it and it's part a history lesson of the plant and and specifically Ham You know the two. The two tracks museum really talks. Most about is is as cannabis as medicine and as an intoxicant and ham has a industrial raw material so so that those are the two focuses. I would say of the museum. And Ben's just got an incredible collection of ancient hemp materials and modern hemp wears also that are represented by some of the leading can't cannabis hemp companies of today. Of course UH sense. He seeds is right next door. Okay Marijuana Museum both in Barcelona Amsterdam and and you can purchase CBD products there and genetics and a whole bunch of really cool will art and culture and Swag from both the museum and since he seats and I was just thrilled to be in Barcelona and an experience that you know we we in the United States. We don't we have cannabis with sort of the first cannabis museum or installation in Las Vegas. There we'd maps just did a big installation in Los Angeles. That was a museum. But we don't have permanent cannabis ham. You know that I'm aware of that's that's as large in a serious As bans I'm sure we have lots of small Wonsan and probably millions of small ones in people's homes. I certainly is yeah I got. I got some in mind mile in my altar of course but you know so when it. It's not easy to have a museum. You know museums don't make money. They lose money and they are about building culture and about keeping something alive for future generations to learn about an and that's hard work to do in our movement in our industry is still in the embryonic stages and I look forward to the day and I hope Stephen I get to be a part of it Where there are something like that. The Hemp Museum here in the United States a- every city should have won. Every every community has cannabis story that goes back hundreds of years and and we can all tell our own version of what's happened over the last hundred years so it's part of the cultural work that I think we're moving into sort of a cultural renaissance canvas. We've had you know we had to legalize and that was just brutal. One hundred year war you know and now we have all these little battles to get legalisation right which we have not done and and of course you know. We have a lot of work to do to get legalisation rights. So that's going to be ten thousand battles that we're GONNA have to fight for that. The cultural work is really something that I think our community is going to have a lot more fun within the political work and I I really. Creativity and culture is been one of the strengths of the cannabis movement community for forever. Going back to the jazz age you know going back to the brothels of New Orleans going back to Jamaica going back to India Longtime in this plant has inspired the creativity of men and women all over the world and so we get to come out of the shadows culturally now and into the light and Where are colors loud and proud and and talk about the plant in ways like a museum? There's millions of ways to express cannabis culture but a museum certainly one of them and you know the there's a big wide open cultural world out there that I hope your listeners will will embrace. There's also I know you know. Science on this podcast. There's a big sign this world of cannabis scientists just like just like culture. It's in the embryonic stages in Gosh. I can't I can't I can't think of something more exciting right now. Then to be working with canvas science or cannabis culture. Yeah Yeah no. I totally agree. It's the research going on with cannabis. Now it's like we've hit a breaking point and now there's just idle waves of information coming out people interested and I know things are are right. Now we're in the disruptive period Dealing with the coronavirus and everything. But I've I've been very blessed in my life to have the chance to work with some universities that you know are now now that hemp is legal. We can touch the cannabis plant. And even though it's not hd rich cannabis were still able to touch the cannabis plant. We're still able to a lot a you know in do some work that you know a lot of these institutions have been wanting to do for a long time and like. I mentioned to you before we started. I'm originally from Mississippi I. What did my Undergrad work at the University of Mississippi and spent some time at the cannabis lab at the University of Mississippi and so on the farm or I? I didn't work on the farm so I worked for the. It Department for the university. And I was one of the go-to technologists that worked on instruments and different things like that in the lab during the time. I was there so I spent a lot of time when I when I was there. I spent most of my time in the research and development lab indoors but I did get tours of the outdoor facilities. I saw how they processed everything it is fascinating and talking on what you just mentioned the different perspectives of our culture around cannabis. That's something that weighs on me heavily coming from Mississippi coming to Oregon the culture shock of like brand. I have friends that are still battling to avoid going to jail over. A half gram of cannabis in their cars whereas now I'm in Oregon where people are driving around with pounds of cannabis in their cars. You know legally as part of their business So it is fascinating and I think it's something that is under appreciated that we have so many perspectives around the cannabis plant in our relationship To cannabis laws in cannabis culture And I I agree with you. That work that I look forward to seeing done is promoting these stories and helping people get a more rounded understanding of how society has been interacting with cannabis You know throughout time but also in different places in the world at the same time. We're in a fascinating place and your activism work. I think is. It's really great that you get to interact with all of these people that are fighting these different battles and learning their stories and being able to share those with people to kind of open people's eyes a little more that there's more going on here than maybe you see in your just your immediate community. Yeah well actually. Jason Wants Stephen. I learned that the most powerful way to do cannabis activism is to tell the stories of people who really need cannabis and whether that the HIV and AIDS patients in the late eighties and early nineties. And and some of that pioneering work that was done by Denis Perron Brownie Mary And all of us at that time or kids with epilepsy more recently. That is how you really. We have to go through the heart it. We made all these rational arguments for decades of personal freedom and cannabis's natural plan. And you can't criminalize something like this. And it has historical significance to the human race in. It's been with us for thousands of years and we went on and on with these rational arguments and they went nowhere. And of course we didn't mind making the argument because we got to be in front of cameras or the two cameras that showed up at the press and are the one reporter sitting there with a notepad or tape recorder But we enjoy being the voice but we just weren't that effective and and once we made other people voice patients and an people who need this regular everyday people that America could relate to them. We started to make more progress politically. And then you know mainstream to build a bridge. We could stand on to mainstream society heart and We're still building that bridge in You know thankfully we've made so much progress You know you're in Oregon. I'm in California and and cannabis's legal for anybody over the age of twenty one in end. What a far cry from folks in Mississippi or even my hometown where? I grew up Washington C. Area which has allowed more legalisation than Mississippi does but still doesn't really have access. Yeah Yum yet So you know it's it's it's one of the reasons I lacked was because we could not change it and California. We could change it so sometimes you have to go to to where you can be most effective and and then sort of allow that to be a foundation you build on and and you know the fact that you'll and I another person I know Brad craft in. I don't know if you know Brad craft in but he also went to university Mississippi. He also worked on the farm. And he's also the cannabis industry he's a farmer and You know similar story to you. He heard the call from folks like me and my brother from other places. They are Mississippi and was working at the University of Mississippi was working at the farm. Saw a disconnect between what what was legal not legal in what was being studied and not studied on up at the farm there in University Mississippi Everyone should know. That's that's the only place in in the United States where the federal government has a licensed to grow weed and they grow. That's where they grow all the Federal Resource. We down there University of Mississippi..

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"university mississippi" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:41 min | 7 months ago

"university mississippi" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Mississippi State University Mississippi state Mississippi it's awesome that's no good the way where is it again what state is that it okay that's what I thought I was sure Mississippi as opposed to Mississippi state Louisiana and I blame at the end of the day I believe trunk the pay as well you should have a good show mark okay boys this get out of here and that will give ride in Larry a chance crack it is a well if you wanna shout out anybody you might be patronizing over the weekend with a be a restaurant I'm gonna shout out a few of my favorite breweries all right I I really hope will be open at that I'm sure they well but I want to make sure people are taking advantage of them being open good friend Lester at bear bottle he can head over there and they have all this stuff is to go basically some of it's just curbside pick up but in Bernal heights down and send a clear they just opened a place to get crawlers to go the cans to go fantastic beer in Leicester's is super guys so I would that definitely suggest if you're in the area head over there my buddy Connor over at cellar maker they have their pizza location opened so you can place orders online and then go pick it up that's crawlers some cans and I'm not sure if they have food and I you can check the website to make sure that every so often they're gonna deliver beer to you which I.

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"university mississippi" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"university mississippi" Discussed on AP News

"Cases with bogus information including two people who claim to have more than ninety relatives living in their homes and some three thousand who were making over a hundred thousand dollars a year but claimed they had no income this comes from investigators reviewing the education department's oversight of its repayment plans which allow borrowers to pay lower monthly rates based on their income and family size the federal watchdog agency says the education department needs better procedures to be able to verify borrower information Jackie Quinn Washington a photograph of three university Mississippi students posing with guns beside a bullet park historic marker to lynching victim Emmett till leads to a possible federal investigation and the three being suspended by their fraternity I'm Tim acquire a B. radio news radio news who are the house passes a two year budget plan that includes extending the federal debt limit the Senate is scheduled to approve the bill next week Roger add stability to the effort for Congress to complete work on a nearly one point four trillion dollars in an appropriations bill in the fall house Democrats talk about their August recess agenda not impeachment today soccer Madani has more the house leaves town tomorrow for five weeks that speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats have big plans we will on August and they get too hot to handle for the Senate not to take up our our bills on streamlining government and lowering healthcare and prescription drug prices hello see did not mention Robert Muller's testimony or impeachment as she and other Democrats gathered on the house steps to mark their to wonder if the day in the majority I can't figure out is thank your with your baby you've been practicing for weeks and then she looks up and begins to know her very first words.

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"university mississippi" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"university mississippi" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"With this week started lighting This starting lineup. I on today starting lineup Mr. Crenshaw talking about this week and of course bounded all the way back in nineteen twenty proud conference with historically black colleges and. Universities produce tremendous graduates in great contributions in sportsman so many other, fields, as, well we're focusing on. Football and the richer you had a chance, to go to the media day I did and this year I, can honestly say there was a lot. Of, media there so as. You can see. The slack is generating a, lot, of media attention so many reporters and photographers were in the building to capture the moment for all the coaches and players that. Were there to talk about this twenty eighteen season we know that this year this. Swag has five new head, coaches wow five five new head coaches you have a new. Head. Coach at USC be another, one at Alabama am, also over at Alabama state university Mississippi valley state has a new head coach And also prairie view. Am, man so some fresh blood coming. Into the conference some guys who coming in who've been a part of this wet but. Some who haven't, a great deal of excitement, anticipation why we got some movement in the coaching ranks all of the teams have state pet we talked last week about the AC ACN hour one program was leaving Cleveland is leaving. In Springhill was coming in and. Savannah states coming back swaggers remained the. Same the last new team less new school to join us wet. Was Alabama and that was in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine wow so. A lot of stability with, this conference the teams over there they like being. A part of this week they like honoring that swag and being a part of that great competition each and every week in all sports and they remained on. Board talking about things remaining on board just like we told you, last, week, the s. I c.. Making improvements updating various facilities well that's also, happening in the swag construction has begun on the new university of, Arkansas pine bluff football feel the golden lions Are getting a new artificial, turf the ethics department is utilizing the two point five million. Dollar gift that was given to them, by Simon's Bank again to install an artificial turf. Field, but that's not all that you. Know they got so much more there's going to be going on along with these upgrades Lucia and, coach Cedric Thomas is, thrilled about, it and talked about how, important that is to incoming player related to, recruit new Kias won't good stuff and now we we able to give them a lot more, stuff to, be able to see that the Jumbotron to be. Able to run out on turf. You know, all that is great you know and it's use for recruiting but it also gives the community a boosting give them a positive attitude to be, able to see, what they, are working tax, dollars pay, you know to be able to come in and fellowship being so I just think it's awesome you know for pine bluff has a, whole in all sorts of donors in the community is taking the time out to be an invest in a product and I. Promise you know with those investment you know. We're gonna, make a lot of people, proud again that was the new head. Coach. Cedric. Thomas at the university. Of Arkansas pine bluff and that. School board look simply awesome is going to, be amazed when people go to games there this season and going forward it's just going to add you. The experience you know I, haven't seen, it yet but I hope. To see it suit Yup Yup I think is great Not the only new, thing that's, going on in the sweat, this year Lucia NAT at all gramling also, having some new uniforms come into play the Tigers are adding the three stripes to their university, announced the, five-year athletic apparel partnership with Adidas so now under. This new deal it's worth about. One point, two million dollars this school will receive a payroll and footwear we know that they're athletics department will have access to all of the company's products, so the football, team they, will have four, different customize, game day jerseys to home one away in one alternate combination again as for football but the men's and women's basketball programs will also, benefit from this baseball softball will receive uniforms as well even indoor track and field soccer tennis volleyball cross country and bowling Yep, we know how important the look is we're. All schools, because we hear about the, major conferences the power five conferences and. They. All, have four or five Different looks they go through the year that's big for marketing. The fans in boosters, wanna get those those jersey those uniforms have a chance to wear them and the teams have. A great look when, they come out but gramling is not the only one their arch rival is getting a new look to. Talking about the Southern University Jaguars yeah they. Have a five year? Deal. With Under Armour and that's going to. Be outfitting all sports on campus including the band and, cheerleaders not, now think, about this the band and cheerleaders to That's dope the human jukebox coming out with an Under Armour logo, on a uniform I think that is dope that is so fire under, armor is doing it all and it's going to. Start. With a new look there's still developing the look for the whole uniform and. It. Starts, with the helmet are they going to remove the gold and blue striped we've seen traditionally from the, top of the helmet upping for an all white. Look as a backdrop with interlocking issue on the on that uniform they look the habit all rolled out here. By August eighteenth shortly they have. A whole uniform look the. Southern University with a. New look for under, armor for five. Years including. All teams that you leaders and the band. Wow the cheerleaders to now I know their uniforms they're going. To be so dope Yep Yep less amazing that these these shoe companies a really honoring and respecting what they bring to. The, table and they want to be a part of, it they see the excitement that it causes and they, want to be on board and be a part of, it so that's that's a Tip of the captor Adidas with the new, deal at grambling and also force southern and they. Deal with Under Armour we'd also like to tip the cap to all corn states. PJ Simmons he is a part of the twenty five? Player watch lists that was announced for the two thousand eighteen stats FCS Walter Payton award the senior running back a part of that twenty five. Player watch lists so congratulations to again senior PJ Simmons of all corn state the Payton award was, first presented in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven he's a part of, the watch list for that award tasks and you. Know. He wants to do that Walter Payton being a sweat product to that award. That. Will, be so awesome and since we're talking about Walter Payton coming up in straight from the source we, have Walter Payton college roommate who was actually recently. Inducted into the twenty eighteen class pro football hall of fame you don't wanna miss this this is going to. Be very very special The man they called doctor doom.

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"university mississippi" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

06:51 min | 2 years ago

"university mississippi" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Get things going with this week started lighting The. Starting lineup I on today starting lineup Mr. Crenshaw talking about this week and of course founded all the way back in nineteen twenty route conference of historically black. Colleges and universities produce tremendous graduates great contributions in sportsman else so, many, other, fields as well we're. Focusing on football and Lewis you had a chance to. Go to the media day I did and this year I, can honestly say there was a lot. Of, media there so as. You can see. The slack is generating a, lot, of media attention so many reporters and photographers were in the building to capture the moment for all the coaches and players that were. There to talk about this twenty eighteen season we know that this year this whack. Has five new head coaches, wow five five new head coaches you have a new head. Coach. At you a PB another, one at Alabama am, also over at Alabama state university Mississippi valley state has a new head coach Coach and also. Prairie, view am man so some fresh. Blood coming into the conference some guys who coming in who've been a part of the. Sweat but some who haven't a great deal, of excitement anticipation of what we got some movement in the coaching ranks all of the teams have state pet we talked last week about the SIA see, an our one program was. Leaving Cleveland is leaving in Springhill. Was coming in and savannah states. Coming back swaggers remained the same the last new team less new. School to join the sweat was Alabama and that was in nineteen ninety nine. Wow so a lot of, stability with this conference the teams over there they. Like being a part of this way they like honoring that swag and being a part of that great competition each and every week in all sports and they. Remained on board talking about things remaining on board just like we, told, you, last week the sl. AC making improvements updating various facilities well that's also happening. In the swag construction has begun on the new university of, Arkansas pine bluff football feel the Golden Lion Liens are getting a new artificial turf the, athletics department is utilizing the two point five million dollar gift. That was given to them by Simon's, Bank again to install an, artificial turf field. But, that's not all that you know. They got so much more there's going to be going on a long with these upgrades Lucia and, coach Cedric Thomas is. Thrilled about, it and talked about how, important that is to incoming player I, related to recruit needs Kias won't good stuff and now we we able to give them a, lot more, stuff to be able to see that the Jumbotron. To be able to run out. On the, turf you know all that is great you know in his Hughes for recruiting but it also gives the community boosting give them a positive attitude to, be able to, see what, they are working, tax dollars, pay you know to be able to come in and fellowship in so I just think it's awesome you know for pine bluff has. A hole in all sorts of donors in the community is taking the time out to be able to invest in a. Product and I promise you know with those. Investment you, know we're gonna make a, lot of people proud again that was. The. New, head coach Cedric Thomas. At the. University of Arkansas pine bluff and that school board look simply is going to. Be amazed when people go to games there, this season and going forward it's just going to add you the experience you know I haven't seen it. Yet but I hope to. See it, suit Yup Yup I think. Is great doesn't not the only new thing that's going on On in this, year the Russia NAT at all gramling, also having some new uniforms come into play the Tigers are adding the three stripes to their, university announced, a five-year athletic apparel partnership with Adidas so now. Under this new deal it's worth. About one, point two million dollars this school will receive a payroll and footwear we know that they're athletics department will have access to all of the company's products, so the football, team they, will have four, different customize, game day jerseys to home one away in one alternate combination again as for football but the men's and women's basketball programs will also. Benefit from this baseball softball will receive uniforms as well even indoor track and field soccer tennis volleyball cross country and bowling. We know how important that the look is. We're all, schools because we hear about, the major conferences the power conferences and. They. All, have four or five. Different looks they go through the year that's big For marketing the fans and boosters wanna get those those. Jersey those uniforms have, a chance to wear them and the teams have a great look when. They come out but gramling is. Not the only one there archrival is getting, look to talking about. The Southern University Jaguars yeah they have a. Five year deal with Under Armour and that's going to, be outfitting all, sports on campus including the band and cheerleaders now. Think about this the band. And cheerleaders The vast dope the human jukebox coming out. With an Under Armour logo on their uniform I think that. Is dope that. Is so fire under armor is doing it all and it's going to start with a new look, they're still developing, the, look for the. Whole, uniform it starts. With the helmet are they. Going to remove the gold and blue striped we've seen traditionally from the top of. The helmet. Upping for it all white look as a, backdrop with interlocking you on the on that uniform they look. The habit all rolled out here by August. Eighteenth so that's shortly they have a whole uniform look Southern. University, with a new look for under armor for five, years including all teams cheerleaders and the ban wow the, cheerleaders still now I know. Their, uniforms they're going, to be so dope Yep Yep l.. Less amazing that these these shoe companies a really honoring and respecting what, they SPCA, us bring to the table and they want to be a part of it they see the excitement that it causes and they want to be on. Board and be a part. Of it so as a tip of the capture Adidas, with the new deal of gravity and also force. Of southern and they deal with Under Armour we'd. Also like to tip the. Cap to all corn states PJ Simmons he is a? Part of the twenty five player watch lists that was announced for the twenty eight team stats FCS Walter Payton award the senior running back a. Part of that twenty five player watch lists so congratulations to. Again senior PJ. Simmons of all corn state the Payton award was first presented in nineteen eighty-seven he is a part, of the watch, list, for that award. That, task you know. He wants to do that. Walter Payton being sweat product to That will be so awesome and since we're talking about Walter Payton coming up in straight. From the source we have Walter Payton college roommate who was actually recently inducted into the twenty. Eighteen class pro football, hall of fame you don't wanna miss. This this is going to be very very special. The man they called Dr do spend some time with us that's coming. Up on, h. b. c..

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"university mississippi" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"university mississippi" Discussed on WJR 760

"Troops from the army's 100 and first airborne division to maintain order and peace during the integration of central high school by nine black students in little rock arkansas you see governor arkansas' governor orval faubus earlier called in the state national guard the bar black students from the school so today jerry brown his governor orval faubus federal troops were called in to integrate university mississippi in october in september of 1962 when james merited they black air force veterans attempted to integrate the all white school and despite the presence of more than one hundred twenty federal marshals were on hand to protect missed the merits from harm the crowd turned violent the next morning to civilians would that scores more injured after spending a night of september 30th on the federal protection meredith was allowed to register for classes the following morning why because the president called in the military may 16th 1963 integration of diversity of alabama oh it's happened before does the word selma alabama ring a bell many of you know the word selma you think it's a big big day it's a watershed they in civil rights in it is but why is it so on march seven nineteen 65 which became known as bloody sunday peaceful protesters led by john lewis were beaten by local police as they tried to cross selma's edmund pettus bridge the reverend martin luther king junior led more than three thousand marchers across the same bridge two weeks later and continued on a fifty four mile track to montgomery the state's capital under the watchful protection of the recently federalized alabama national guard are you following my logic we need to federalize the california national guard detroit riots july 23rd 19th sixty seven ignited when detroit's nearly all white police force arrested several black revellers in an afterhours drinking club the riot triggered a devastating period of violence in detroit that left forty three people dead and billions of dollars in property destroyed what happened thousands of army troops a national ghazi mccoll to that city to restore order you know where i'm coming from shall i go to washington riots following martin luther king jr junior's murder in the days following king's assassination thirteen thousand six hundred troops occupied washington why why to contain the looting and the murder and the.

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"university mississippi" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"university mississippi" Discussed on KELO

"A working that better than the native population they work harder in every way they're better than the native population that's the narrative isn't it now how many times in the past has the president a president called in the military domestically many times september 23rd 1950 seven icenhour desegregation of little rock school he sent in troops from the army's 100 and first airborne division to maintain order and peace during the integration of central high school by nine black students in little rock arkansas you see governor arkansas' governor orval faubus earlier called in the state national guard to bar black students from the school so today jerry brown is governor orval faubus federal troops were called in to integrate university mississippi in october in september of 1962 when james merit if they black air force veterans attempted to integrate the all white school and despite the presence of more than one hundred twenty federal marshals were on hand to protect missed the merits from harm the crowd turned violent the next morning to civilians were dead scores more injured after spending a night of systemic thirty th on the federal protection meredith was allowed to register for classes the following morning why because the president called in the military may 16th 1963 integration a diversity of alabama oh what's happened before does the word selma alabama ring a bell many of you know the word selma you think it's a big big day it a watershed day in civil rights in it is but why is it so on march seven 19th 65 which became known as bloody sunday peaceful protesters led by john lewis were beaten by local police as they tried to cross selma's edmund pettus bridge the reverend martin luther king junior led more than three thousand marchers across the same bridge two weeks later and continued on a fifty four mile track to montgomery the state's capital under the watchful protection of the recently federalized alabama national guard are you following my logic we need to federalize the california national guard detroit riots july 23rd 19th sixty seven ignited when detroit's nearly all white police force arrested several black revellers in afterhours drinking club the riot triggered a devastating period of violence in detroit that left forty three people dead and millions of dollars in property destroyed what happened thousands of army troops in national gaza mccall to that city to.

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"university mississippi" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"university mississippi" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Them come you to work in their better than the native population they work harder uh in every way they're better than the native population that's the narrative isn't it now how many times in the past has the president a president called in the military domestically many times september 23rd 1950 seven icenhour desegregation of little rock school he sent in troops from the army's 100 and first airborne division to maintain order and peace during the integration of central high school by nine black students in little rock arkansas you see governor arkansas' governor orval faubus early a cold in the state national guard to bar black students from the school so today jerry brown is governor orval faubus federal troops were called in to integrate university mississippi in october in september of 1962 when james merited they black air force veterans attempted to integrate the all whites school and despite the presence of more than one hundred twenty federal marshals were on hand to protect missed the merits from harm the crowd turned violent the next morning to civilians would dead scores more injured after spending a night of temer 30th under federal protection meredith was allowed to register for classes the following morning why because the president called in the military may 16th 1963 integration of diversity of alabama oh it's happened before does the words selma alabama ring a bell many of you know the words selma you think it's a big big day it a watershed day in civil rights in it is but why is it so on march seven nineteen 65 which became known as bloody sunday peaceful protesters led by john lewis were beaten by local police as they tried to cross selma's edmund pettus bridge the reverend martin luther king junior led more than three thousand marchers across the same bridge two weeks later and continued on a fifty four mile trek to montgomery the state's capital under the watchful protection of the recently federalized alabama national guard are you following my logic we need to federalize the california national guard detroit riots july 23rd 19th sixty seven ignited when detroit's nearly all white police force arrested several black revellers in afterhours drinking club the riot triggered a devastating period of violence in detroit that left forty three people dead and billions of dollars in property destroyed what happened thousands of army troops a national gaza mccoll to that city to restore order you know where i'm coming from shall.

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"university mississippi" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"university mississippi" Discussed on KKAT

"The native population they work harder in every way they're better than the native population that's the narrative isn't it now how many times in the past has the president a president called in the military domestically many times september 23rd 1950 seven icenhour desegregation segregation of little rock school he sent in troops from the army's 100 and first airborne division to maintain order and peace during the integration of central high school by nine black students in little rock arkansas you see governor arkansas' governor orval faubus earlier called in the state national guard to bar black students from the school so today jerry brown as governor orval faubus federal troops were called in to integrate university mississippi in october in september of 1962 when james merited they black air force veterans attempted to integrate the all white school and despite the presence of more than two hundred twenty federal marshals who were on hand to protect missed the merits from harm the crowd turned violent the next morning to civilians would dead scores more injured after spending a night of september 30th under federal protection meredith was allowed to register for classes the following morning why because the president called in the military may 16th 1963 integration of the diversity of alabama oh it's happened before he was the word selma alabama ring a bell many of you know the word selma you think it's a big big day a watershed they in civil rights in it is but why is it so on march seven 19th sixty five which became known as bloody sunday peaceful protesters led by john lewis were beaten by local police as they tried to cross selma's edmund pettus bridge the reverend martin luther king junior led more than three thousand marchers across the same bridge too weeks later and continued on a fifty four mile trek to montgomery the state's capital under the watchful protection of the recently federalized alabama national guard are you following my logic we need to federalize the california national guard detroit riots july 23rd 19th sixty seven ignited when detroit's nearly all white police force arrested several black revellers in afterhours drinking club the riot triggered a devastating period of violence in detroit that left forty three people dead and millions of dollars in property destroyed what happen thousands of army troops a national gaza mccall to that city to.

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"university mississippi" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"university mississippi" Discussed on WTMA

"To maintain order and peace during the integration of central high school by nine black students in little rock arkansas you see governor arkansas' governor orval faubus early a cold in the state national guard to bar black students from the school so today jerry brown his governor orval faubus federal troops were called in to integrate university mississippi in october in september of 1962 when james merited they black air force veterans attempted to integrate the all white school and despite the presence of more than one hundred twenty federal marshals were on hand to protect missed the merits from harm the crowd turned violent the next morning to civilians were dead scores more injured after spending a night of thirty th on the federal protection meredith was allowed to register for classes the following morning why because the president called in the military may 16th 1963 integration of diversity of alabama oh it's happened before the word selma alabama ring a bell many of you know the word selma you think it's a big big day a watershed they in civil rights in it is but why is it so on march seven 19th sixty five which became known as bloody sunday peaceful protesters led by john lewis were beaten by local police they tried to cross selma's edmund pettus bridge the reverend martin luther king junior led more than three thousand marchers across the same bridge two weeks later and continued on a fifty four mile trek to montgomery the state's capital under the watchful protection of the recently federalized alabama national guard are you following my logic we need to federalize the california national guard detroit riots july 23rd 19th sixty seven ignited when detroit's nearly all white police force arrested several black revellers in afterhours drinking club the riot triggered a devastating period of violence in detroit that left forty three people dead and millions of dollars in property destroyed what happen thousands of army troops a national god's him a call to that city to restore order you know where i'm coming from shall i go to washington riots following martin luther king jr junior's murder in the days following king's assassination thirteen thousand six hundred troops occupied washington why why to contain the looting and the murder and the riding the.

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"university mississippi" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"university mississippi" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The native population they work harder in every way they're better than the native population that's the narrative isn't it now how many times in the past has the president a president called in the military domestically many times september 23rd 1950 seven icenhour desegregation of little rock school he sent in troops from the army's 100 and first airborne division to maintain order and peace during the integration of central high school by nine black students in little rock arkansas you see governor arkansas' governor orval faubus early called in the state national guard to bar black students from the school so today jerry brown is governor orval faubus federal troops were called in to integrate university mississippi in october in september of 1962 when james merit if they black air force veterans attempted to integrate the all whites school and despite the presence of more than one hundred twenty federal marshals were on hand to protect missed the merits from harm the crowd turned violent the next morning to civilians were dead scores more injured after spending a nitish temer thirty th on the federal protection meredith was allowed to register for clashes the following morning why because the president called in the military may 16th 1963 integration of diversity of alabama oh it's happened before does the words selma alabama ring a bell many of you know the word selma you think it's a big big day a watershed day and civil rights in it is but why is it so on march seven 19th 65 which became known as bloody sunday peaceful protesters led by john lewis were beaten by local police as they tried to cross selma's edmund pettus bridge the reverend martin luther king junior led more than three thousand marchers across the same bridge two weeks later and continued on a fifty four mile trek to montgomery the state's capital under the watchful protection of the recently federalized alabama national guard are you following my logic we need to federalize the california national guard detroit riots july 23rd 19th sixty seven ignited when detroit's nearly all white police force arrested several black revellers in an afterhours drinking club the riot triggered a devastating period of violence in detroit that left forty three people dead and millions of dollars in property destroyed what happen thousands of army troops a national gaza mccall to that city to.

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"university mississippi" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"university mississippi" Discussed on WLOB

"To work in they're better than the native population they work harder in every way they're better than the native population that's the narrative isn't it now how many times in the past has the president a president called in a military domestically many times september 23rd 1950 seven icenhour the segregation of little rock school he sent in troops from the army's 100 and first airborne division to maintain order and peace during the integration of central high school by nine black students in little rock arkansas you see governor arkansas' governor orval faubus earlier called in the state national guard to bar black students from the school so today jerry brown as governor orval faubus federal troops were called in to integrate university mississippi in october in september of 1962 when james merited they black air force veterans attempted to integrate the all white school and despite the presence of more than two hundred twenty federal marshals were on hand to protect missed the merits from harm the crowd turned violent the next morning to civilians would dead scores more injured after spending a night of temer 30th under federal protection meredith was allowed to register for classes the following morning why because the president called in the military may 16th 1963 integration of the university of alabama oh it's happened before the word selma alabama ring a bell many of you know the word selma you think it's a big big day a watershed day in civil rights in it is but why is it so on march seven nineteen 65 which became known as bloody sunday peaceful protesters led by john lewis were beaten by local police they tried to cross selma's edmund pettus bridge the reverend martin luther king junior led more than three thousand marchers across the same bridge two weeks later and continued on a fifty four mild trek to montgomery the state's capital under the watchful protection of the recently federalized alabama national guard are you following my logic we need to federalize the california national guard detroit riots july 23rd 19th sixty seven ignited when detroit's nearly all white police force arrested several black revellers in afterhours drinking club the riot triggered a devastating period of violence in detroit that left forty three people dead and millions of dollars in property destroyed what happened thousands of army troops and national ghazi mccall to.

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"university mississippi" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"university mississippi" Discussed on WJR 760

"Maintain order and peace during the integration of central high school by nine black students in little rock arkansas you see governor arkansas' governor orval faubus earlier called in the state national guard to bar black students from the school so today jerry brown is governor orval faubus federal troops were called in to integrate university mississippi in october in september of 1962 when james merit if they black air force veterans attempted to integrate the all whites school and despite the presence of more than one hundred twenty federal marshals who were on hand to protect missed the merits from harm the crowd turned violent the next morning to civilians would that scores more injured after spending a night of temer 30th under federal protection meredith was allowed to register for classes the following morning y cost the president called in the military may 16th 1963 integration of diversity of alabama oh it's happened before the word selma alabama ring a bell many of you know the word selma you think it's a big big day a watershed they in civil rights in it is but why is it so a march seven nineteen sixty five which became known as bloody sunday peaceful protesters led by john lewis were beaten by local police as they tried to cross selma's edmund pettus bridge the reverend martin luther king junior led more than three thousand marchers across the same bridge two weeks later and continued on a fifty four mile trek to montgomery the state's capital under the watchful protection of the recently federalize the alabama national guard are you following my logic we need to federalize the california national guard detroit riots july 23rd 19th sixty seven ignited when detroit's nearly all white police force arrested several black revellers in afterhours drinking club the riot triggered a devastating period of violence in detroit that left forty three people dead and millions of dollars in property destroyed what happen thousands of army troops a national god's him a call to that city to restore order do you understand what i'm you know where i'm coming from shall i go to washington riots following martin luther king jr junior's murder in the days following king's assassination thirteen thousand six hundred troops occupied washington why why to contain the looting and the murder and the riding the broke out across the city there are many cases that support my call for.

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"university mississippi" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"university mississippi" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Maintain order and peace during the integration of central high school by nine black students in little rock arkansas you see governor arkansas' governor orval faubus early a called in the state national guard to bar black students from the school so today jerry brown is governor orval faubus federal troops were called in to integrate university mississippi in october in september of 1962 when james merit they black air force veterans attempted to integrate the all whites school and despite the presence of more than one hundred twenty federal marshals were on hand to protect missed the merits from harm the crowd turned violent the next morning to civilians would dead scores more injured after spending a night of timothy 30th under federal protection meredith was allowed to register for classes of following morning why because the president called in the military may 16th 1963 integration of diversity of alabama no it's happened before because the words selma alabama ring a bell many of you know the word selma you think it's a big big day a watershed day and civil rights in it is but why is it so on march seven nineteen 65 which became known as bloody sunday peaceful protesters led by john lewis were beaten by local police as they tried to cross selma's edmund pettus bridge the reverend martin luther king junior led more than three thousand marchers across the same bridge two weeks later and continued on a fifty four mile trek to montgomery the state's capital under the watchful protection of the recently federalized alabama national guard are you following my logic we need to federalize the california national guard detroit riots july 23rd 19th sixty seven ignited when detroit's nearly all white police force arrested several black revellers in afterhours drinking club the riot triggered a devastating period of violence in detroit that left forty three people dead and millions of dollars in property destroyed what happened thousands of army troops a national guard him a call to that city to restore order the understand what i'm you know where i'm coming from shall i go to washington riots following martin luther king jr junior's murder in the days following king's assassination thirteen thousand six hundred troops occupied washington why why to contain the looting and the murder and the riding the broke out across the city there are many cases that support my call for the federalisation of the national guard in california the state is out of control it is at the hands of front groups for the.

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"university mississippi" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"university mississippi" Discussed on WTMA

"To maintain order and peace during the integration of central high school by nine black students in little rock arkansas you see governor arkansas' governor orval faubus earlier called in the state national guard to bar black students from the school so today jerry brown his governor orval faubus federal troops were called in to integrate university mississippi in october in september of 1962 when james merit if they black air force veterans attempted to integrate the all white school and despite the presence of more than two hundred twenty federal marshals were on hand to protect missed the merits from harm the crowd turned violent the next morning to civilians were dead scores more injured after spending a night of tamil 30th under federal protection meredith was allowed to register for classes the following morning why because the president called in the military may 16th 1963 integration of diversity of alabama oh it's happened before does the word selma alabama ring a bell many of you know the word selma you think it's a big big day a watershed day in civil rights in it is but why is it so on march seven 19th sixty 65 which became known as bloody sunday peaceful protesters led by john lewis were beaten by local police as they tried to cross selma's edmund pettus bridge the reverend martin luther king junior led more than three thousand marchers across the same bridge two weeks later and continued on a fifty four mile trek to montgomery the state's capital under.

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"university mississippi" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"university mississippi" Discussed on KKAT

"Maintain order and peace during the integration of central high school by nine black students in little rock arkansas you see governor arkansas' governor orval faubus earlier called in the state national guard to bar black students from the school so today jerry brown is governor orval faubus federal troops were called in to integrate university mississippi in october in september of 1962 when james merit if they black air force veterans attempted to integrate the all whites school and despite the presence of more than one hundred twenty federal marshals were on hand to protect missed the merits from harm the crowd turned violent the next morning to civilians were dead scores more injured after spending a night of september 30th under federal protection meredith was allowed to register for classes the following morning why because the president called in the military may 16th 1963 integration of the university of alabama no it's happened before does the word selma alabama ring a bell many of you know the word selma you think it's a big big day a watershed day and civil rights in it is but why is it so on march seven nineteen 65 which became known as bloody sunday peaceful protesters led by john lewis were beaten by local police as they tried to cross selma's edmund pettus bridge the reverend martin luther king junior led more than three thousand marchers across the same bridge two weeks later and continued on fifty four mile trek to montgomery the state's capital under the watchful protection of the recently federalized alabama national guard are you following my logic we need to federalize the california national guard detroit riots july 23rd 19th sixty seven ignited when detroit's nearly all white police force arrested several black revellers in an afterhours drinking club the riot triggered a devastating period of violence in detroit that left forty three people dead and millions of dollars in property destroyed what happened thousands of army troops a national gaza a call to that city to restore order do you understand what i'm you know where i'm coming from shall i go to washington riots following martin luther king jr junior's murder in the days following king's assassination thirteen thousand six hundred troops occupied washington why why to contain the looting and the murder and the rioting broke out across the city there are many cases that support my call for the federalisation of the national guard in california the state is out of control it is in the hands of front groups for the.

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"university mississippi" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"university mississippi" Discussed on WWL

"Wwl sports flash well going on right now top of the leaderboard it is the open in england right atop the leaderboard it's a lot of usa we look they adjoin speed routes carpet and mac kutcher all all at five on the paul and for frown 65 paul casey is at four under justin thomas indian poulter rich of land in often talia all at three under going into tomorrow a second round at the open at royal birkdale and england once one of the top players coming out of college and university mississippi in oxford michael all most notably fame wise was all the view which a movie with featured about him the blindside sandra bullock tim mcgraw well he was released today by the carolina panthers a feeling a physical all was expected to be competing again for tackle position at the missing thirteen the last thirteen gave the panthers last season he with a solid staple on the offensive line during the night the 2015 season in which a pathway fifteen won and lost a civil to the denver broncos anti lsu football procam a hit a final blow today as a veteran live expected to conceive of playing time and a half the odd he uh their washington has left the program wanted says he leaves a program on a good note he thinks la as va the coach over the time man and he wishes the tag of good look at the nap langley's you with on a portfolio body by bud light the official beer of saint this hour of sports talk is brought to you by disc of louisiana don't let necker back pain keep you sidelined from wwl the news talk and sports leader sports talk with bobby hebert and deke bellavia call 5042601870 text 870870 hor tweet at de big chief now live from our latter blum studios here's the patient cannon bobby a beer and a big g d bella via angered evening it's our number three is board so i got a quarterback with me but not a think quarterback a lsu tiger quarterback the second winning has quarterback and lsu history herzallah is here with us the member now a boss there is herbal will be with me proud of all lsu games posts assam and he'll be with us each week breaking down the lsu fighting tigers and the 2017 c the.

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