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Thousands to walk off job to protest racial inequality

News, Traffic and Weather

00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

Thousands to walk off job to protest racial inequality

"Tens of thousands of workers were sent to walk off their jobs across the country Monday to protest systemic racism and economic inequality. Labor union social and racial justice organizations from NewYork City to Los Angeles have planned work stoppages, picketing during lunch breaks and moments of silence to honor black lives lost to police. Violence organized you say at noon in each US time zone. Workers are expected to take a knee for about eight minutes the amount of time, prosecutors say. A white Minneapolis police officer held his knee George Floyd's

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Bad debts top $100 billion at nation's biggest banks

Dennis Prager

00:18 sec | 2 weeks ago

Bad debts top $100 billion at nation's biggest banks

"Movement calling for racial justice. Potential cost of bad loans in the wake of the Corona virus for the nation's biggest banks, has reached 12 figures. The nation's five largest lenders, Bank of America, Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, She was Bancorp in Wells Fargo said the financial stress Caused by the pandemic could cause Morrow's to default. This is town all that calm. A federal appeals court has temporarily halted a judge's order that the Dakota access pipeline the shutdown in three weeks. The Bismarck Tribune reports, the U. S Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit issued an administrative stay of the judge's order. The appeals court added, However, it quote should not be construed in any way is a ruling on the merits of the case. The state will remain in place until the appeals court rules on whether the developer energy transfer can keep oil flowing. While the court decides the Texas based companies appeal of the shutdown order correspondent Jeremy House City Council of Minneapolis approved a resolution Friday officially declaring racism a public health emergency. Resolution comes nearly two months after George Florida Black man died after White Minneapolis police officer dealt in his neck where Jacob Fry said quote systematic racism is among the greatest long term threats to our city. For these stories, a townhall dot com Patrick Falls

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Minneapolis declares racism a public health emergency

Financial Issues with Dan Celia

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Minneapolis declares racism a public health emergency

"A resolution officially declaring racism a public health emergency. The resolution comes nearly two months after George Floyd died after a white Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck, Mayor Jacob Price said in a press release. Systemic racism is among the greatest long term threats our city and nation are facing in the last two months have made that reality painfully clear. He also said the passing of this resolution means We, as local elected officials understand that anti racism must be centered in all that we do to work to ensure Minneapolis is at the forefront of achieving racial equality. Neiman Marcus is asking a

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"white minneapolis" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | Last month

"white minneapolis" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On Memorial Day a white Minneapolis police officer knelt on a black man's neck until he was unresponsive the killing of George Floyd sparked the protests we've seen around the country with Minneapolis on edge and under scrutiny the pressure is on the city's police chief Madera are a Dando a thirty year veteran and the first black man to head the mostly white police department he fired the four officers involved within twenty four hours we spoke with the chief remotely discussing the events of may twenty fifth the video that ignited involved and the police response which started with ally so as I understand that there was something released to the press are the George Floyd had resisted arrest and that he had I'm going to read this died quote after a medical incident during a police interaction and that was preliminary information that was absolutely official police statement however that was not accurate so it makes you wonder doesn't it that if there hadn't been that video that someone took on their phones that would have been the end of it in our communities have said that for for many years when these incidents occur if they're not captured on video are there voice is going to be taken as is is truthful and and that cuts to the very core of why we have to distrust in our communities quite frankly it was a seventeen year old who recorded this now infamous video showing that truth George Floyd wasn't resisting arrest he died after a police officer Derek Chauvin pressed his knee into Floyd's knack for nearly eight minutes Floyd.

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"white minneapolis" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:24 min | Last month

"white minneapolis" Discussed on AP News

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting U. S. soccer repeals its rule that banned that kneeling during the national anthem U. S. soccer's board of directors has voted to repeal the policy that banned players from kneeling during the national anthem the policy was adopted in 2017 in response to Megan Rapinoe kneeling in support of NFL player Colin Capra Nick the board repealed the policy during a conference call Wednesday the decision came after more than 2 weeks of nationwide protests following the death of George Floyd after a white Minneapolis police officer pressed his knees into Floyd's neck hi Mike Rossio

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US Soccer repeals rule that banned kneeling during anthem

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

US Soccer repeals rule that banned kneeling during anthem

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting U. S. soccer repeals its rule that banned that kneeling during the national anthem U. S. soccer's board of directors has voted to repeal the policy that banned players from kneeling during the national anthem the policy was adopted in twenty seventeen in response to Megan Rapinoe kneeling in support of NFL player Colin Capra Nick the board repealed the policy during a conference call Wednesday the decision came after more than two weeks of nationwide protests following the death of George Floyd after a white Minneapolis police officer pressed his knees into Floyd's neck hi Mike Rossio

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"white minneapolis" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:32 min | 2 months ago

"white minneapolis" Discussed on AP News

"Hundreds of mourners who were asked to wear masks against the coronavirus packed a Houston church for the funeral of George Floyd George Lloyd died on may 25 after being pinned to the pavement by white Minneapolis police officer his death ignited protests against racism and police brutality around the world dozens of Floyd's family members dressed in white were led into the sanctuary by the Reverend al Sharpton we are fighting wickedness in high places general speakers included Joe Biden who delivered videotaped remarks in Texas representative Sheila Jackson Lee there will be no more 8 minutes and 46 seconds that you will be in pain without getting justice points niece Brooke Williams moved the crowd America it is time for a change please body was taken by horse drawn carriage to a cemetery in peril and we're used to be laid to rest next to his mother I'm Jennifer king

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"white minneapolis" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:32 min | 2 months ago

"white minneapolis" Discussed on AP News

"Hundreds of mourners who were asked to wear masks against the coronavirus packed a Houston church for the funeral of George Floyd George Lloyd died on may 25 after being pinned to the pavement by white Minneapolis police officer his death ignited protests against racism and police brutality around the world dozens of Floyd's family members dressed in white were led into the sanctuary by the Reverend al Sharpton we are fighting wickedness in high places general speakers included Joe Biden who delivered videotaped remarks in Texas representative Sheila Jackson Lee there will be no more 8 minutes and 46 seconds that you will be in pain without getting justice points niece Brooke Williams moved the crowd America it is time for a change please body was taken by horse drawn carriage to a cemetery in peril and we're used to be laid to rest next to his mother I'm Jennifer king

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"white minneapolis" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:32 min | 2 months ago

"white minneapolis" Discussed on AP News

"Hundreds of mourners who were asked to wear masks against the coronavirus packed a Houston church for the funeral of George Floyd George Lloyd died on may 25 after being pinned to the pavement by white Minneapolis police officer his death ignited protests against racism and police brutality around the world dozens of Floyd's family members dressed in white were led into the sanctuary by the Reverend al Sharpton we are fighting wickedness in high places general speakers included Joe Biden who delivered videotaped remarks in Texas representative Sheila Jackson Lee there will be no more 8 minutes and 46 seconds that you will be in pain without getting justice points niece Brooke Williams moved the crowd America it is time for a change please body was taken by horse drawn carriage to a cemetery in peril and we're used to be laid to rest next to his mother I'm Jennifer king

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`He is going to change the world': Funeral held for Floyd

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

`He is going to change the world': Funeral held for Floyd

"Hundreds of mourners who were asked to wear masks against the coronavirus packed a Houston church for the funeral of George Floyd George Lloyd died on may twenty fifth after being pinned to the pavement by white Minneapolis police officer his death ignited protests against racism and police brutality around the world dozens of Floyd's family members dressed in white were led into the sanctuary by the Reverend al Sharpton we are fighting wickedness in high places general speakers included Joe Biden who delivered videotaped remarks in Texas representative Sheila Jackson Lee there will be no more eight minutes and forty six seconds that you will be in pain without getting justice points niece Brooke Williams moved the crowd America it is time for a change please body was taken by horse drawn carriage to a cemetery in peril and we're used to be laid to rest next to his mother I'm Jennifer king

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`He is going to change the world': Funeral held for Floyd

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

`He is going to change the world': Funeral held for Floyd

"Hundreds of mourners who were asked to wear masks against the coronavirus packed a Houston church for the funeral of George Floyd George Lloyd died on may twenty fifth after being pinned to the pavement by white Minneapolis police officer his death ignited protests against racism and police brutality around the world dozens of Floyd's family members dressed in white were led into the sanctuary by the Reverend al Sharpton we are fighting wickedness in high places general speakers included Joe Biden who delivered videotaped remarks in Texas representative Sheila Jackson Lee there will be no more eight minutes and forty six seconds that you will be in pain without getting justice points niece Brooke Williams moved the crowd America it is time for a change please body was taken by horse drawn carriage to a cemetery in peril and we're used to be laid to rest next to his mother I'm Jennifer king

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`He is going to change the world': Funeral held for Floyd

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

`He is going to change the world': Funeral held for Floyd

"Hundreds of mourners who were asked to wear masks against the coronavirus packed a Houston church for the funeral of George Floyd George Lloyd died on may twenty fifth after being pinned to the pavement by white Minneapolis police officer his death ignited protests against racism and police brutality around the world dozens of Floyd's family members dressed in white were led into the sanctuary by the Reverend al Sharpton we are fighting wickedness in high places general speakers included Joe Biden who delivered videotaped remarks in Texas representative Sheila Jackson Lee there will be no more eight minutes and forty six seconds that you will be in pain without getting justice points niece Brooke Williams moved the crowd America it is time for a change please body was taken by horse drawn carriage to a cemetery in peril and we're used to be laid to rest next to his mother I'm Jennifer king

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"white minneapolis" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:31 min | 2 months ago

"white minneapolis" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Cases of cobra nineteen yesterday the lowest single day up taking cases since April second once a hundred fifteen cases reported Indiana reported four hundred seventeen new cases yesterday gradual Democrats is set to unveil legislation today aimed at addressing some of the concerns raised by protesters followed the death of George Floyd by a white Minneapolis police officer house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the measure would address inequalities in the justice system racial profiling and excessive use of force a lawyer for a mod armories as JZ chartered a private jet to fly them to a court hearing in Georgia last week through Medicaid is that chasing down and killing him while he was jogging near his home in February and starting today travelers arriving in the U. K. you'll be required to go into quarantine for two weeks in an effort to halt the further spread of covert nineteenth WBBM news time is six forty seven time for a new Mercedes Benz from Loeber motors in Lincoln would in time once again for sports sponsored by finishing Chicago dot com here's Josh Lewis hi there hope you're up and running smoothly today good morning with any kind of Major League Baseball season at stake and the stare down over salaries continuing a war of words is heating up the players union's top negotiator in a letter to owners mentions the league's cynical tactic of depriving America of baseball games owners may force a shorter season on the players players are prepared to retaliate by pulling back on previous agreements like expanded playoffs when the NBA playoffs start in Orlando later this summer winning percentage will be used to determine seeding you won't find the bulls anywhere near Disney though they're in their offseason looking ahead to the draft lottery August twenty fifth the bulls projected pick seventh again in the draft October fifteenth president trump aims a late night tweet at NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for details message Friday saying black lives matter and omitting the NFL was wrong and not listening to protesting players earlier president trump asked could it be even remotely possible adding details rather interesting statement of peace and reconciliation he was intimating that would now be okay for the players to kneel or not to stand for the national anthem there by disrespecting our country and our flag trump basks in a tweet criticizing Goodell the bears go back to work online OTA's later this week Kevin Harvick your NASCAR winner at Atlanta's motor speedway dominating the second win of the season Harvick leading last fifty five laps Josh Liss newsradio seven eighty one five point nine FM WBBM news times forty eight that means traffic and weather together here's the deal for your retail busy in the burbs stats this rose sixteen piece about add to Austin pretty heavy with the crash in the right lane then in Waukegan Jackson street southbound heavy approaching Grand Avenue with the rack Derian playing field road Sloan both directions at Cass this is all due to a crash as well downtown loop the Wabash bridge over the Chicago River the only bridge that's closed all the remaining bridges are back up over on the expressways Eden's looking good on both sides nothing major on the Kennedy expressway the Eisenhower slow approaching this plane's Avenue the Stevenson pretty heavy on the way in from Harlem to catchy and David the ride is forty three and fifty five thirty three for the tristate a twenty minute ride in from Cicero up on is the way free fifty five through will county heavy especially north bombast Lorenzo to before arsenal because of roadwork heavy on the inbound Ryan from thirty fifth album looking good fifty seven okay the four little slow approaching the Ryan lake shore drive is in the clear on the old road toll ways a tristate northbound slow approaching the Eisenhower everything else in pretty good shape.

"white minneapolis" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:35 min | 2 months ago

"white minneapolis" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"By a white Minneapolis police officer that has shaken this country to its core Mr Ford's videotape killing shocked the conscience and triggered levels of protest and reach this country hasn't seen in half a century calling for law and order president trump launched a military response in the nation's capital how did we get to this place and where do we go from here we sought wise counsel from Cheryl in Eiffel president of the N. double ACP legal defense fund an attorney whose organization has argued cases of racial injustice before the Supreme Court and has worked with administrations of both parties race lies it so much of the core of what is problematic in our society today and that route that is so easily exploitable because we have not had the courage in this country and particularly most white people have not had the courage to really decide that this is your job every day as a citizen is to deal with the fractures that ultimately if we don't confront them will destroy us well we met Cheryl an eyeful at the national constitution center in Philadelphia it's close to the public because of the pandemic the center sits just across the mall from independence hall and just down the street from scenes of protest and violence that racked the city of brotherly love like so many others seeing the life squeezed out of George Floyd by officer Derrick Johnson's knee on his neck for eight.

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"white minneapolis" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 2 months ago

"white minneapolis" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In other parts of the bay area this is through five o'clock tomorrow morning we've got the full list of curfews you can find it at KQED dot org the forecast overnight calls for mostly cloudy skies well mostly clear skies that was a big change overnight lows in the fifties and winds from the northwest ten to fifteen miles per hour sunny and warmer heading into a heat wave and it should be pretty hot tomorrow highs upper sixties at the coast to the upper nineties far inland Wednesday another hot one and then things will start cooling down a little bit as we head to the end of the week this is KQED public radio it's nine oh six this is one day I'm sorry St Simons in Maryland the riots that began last week in response to the death of a black man George Floyd at the knee of a white Minneapolis police officer continued throughout the weekend more than three hundred and fifty people have been arrested in the Twin Cities since Friday including the officer who is responsible for Floyd's death Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frye has continued to call for peace and justice let's do right by our city let's do right by our communities and let's put ourselves in a position five in ten years from now we're we look back at this day and we recognize that this was the point where we decided to make a change I know in my heart.

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"white minneapolis" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:18 min | 2 months ago

"white minneapolis" Discussed on AP News

"A person who has won both an Oscar and Grammy is urging other celebrities to step it up when it comes to speaking out against police brutality Jamie Foxx was in Los Angeles for the Rodney king beating when cities exploded in rage when officers responsible for it work within of criminal charges now the actor and singer is taking part in a kneeling in San Francisco to protest the death of George Floyd who died after his neck was pinned under the need of a white Minneapolis police officer last month fox urged a crowd not to fall for official explanations about how Floyd came to its end how can we see it as a murder and they see it as a misunderstanding fox also urge other celebrities to speak out he says they need to leave their coldest sacks and join protesters on the courthouse steps I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Celebs take to streets for historic demonstrations

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Celebs take to streets for historic demonstrations

"A person who has won both an Oscar and Grammy is urging other celebrities to step it up when it comes to speaking out against police brutality Jamie Foxx was in Los Angeles for the Rodney king beating when cities exploded in rage when officers responsible for it work within of criminal charges now the actor and singer is taking part in a kneeling in San Francisco to protest the death of George Floyd who died after his neck was pinned under the need of a white Minneapolis police officer last month fox urged a crowd not to fall for official explanations about how Floyd came to its end how can we see it as a murder and they see it as a misunderstanding fox also urge other celebrities to speak out he says they need to leave their coldest sacks and join protesters on the courthouse steps I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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U.S. crisis deepens as protests erupt over police brutality nationwide

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

U.S. crisis deepens as protests erupt over police brutality nationwide

"Much violent demonstrations broke out in more than one hundred cities nationwide protest in the death of George Floyd the black man who died after a white Minneapolis police officer kept his knee on his neck the mayor of Saint Paul Melvin Carter told ABC's Good Morning America says he understands the anger but things violence is a misplacement of energy all of this activity all this action all this unrest all this destruction is taking our focus away from where it should rightfully be we should be having a conversation in America it's centered on the fact that George Floyd ought to still be alive all four of those officers

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"white minneapolis" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:27 min | 2 months ago

"white minneapolis" Discussed on AP News

"Likely Democratic Party presidential nominee Joe Biden response to the death of a black man at the hands of Minneapolis police by saying the nation has to confront and overcome its latent racism former vice president Joe Biden says George Floyd's death while being knocked down by a white Minneapolis police officer once again exposes the nation's open wound of racism none of us can any longer can we hear the words I can't breathe and do nothing well not mentioning him by name Biden condemned president trump's tweet when the looting starts the shooting starts this is no time for centuries treats tweets it's no time to encourage violence this is a national crisis we need real leadership right now Biden is also calling for what he calls real police reform that holds all cops up to the high standards that so many of them actually meet I'm typical wire

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"white minneapolis" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:27 min | 2 months ago

"white minneapolis" Discussed on AP News

"Likely Democratic Party presidential nominee Joe Biden response to the death of a black man at the hands of Minneapolis police by saying the nation has to confront and overcome its latent racism former vice president Joe Biden says George Floyd's death while being knocked down by a white Minneapolis police officer once again exposes the nation's open wound of racism none of us can any longer can we hear the words I can't breathe and do nothing well not mentioning him by name Biden condemned president trump's tweet when the looting starts the shooting starts this is no time for centuries treats tweets it's no time to encourage violence this is a national crisis we need real leadership right now Biden is also calling for what he calls real police reform that holds all cops up to the high standards that so many of them actually meet I'm typical wire

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Biden speaks of racial 'open wound,' contrasting with Trump

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Biden speaks of racial 'open wound,' contrasting with Trump

"Likely Democratic Party presidential nominee Joe Biden response to the death of a black man at the hands of Minneapolis police by saying the nation has to confront and overcome its latent racism former vice president Joe Biden says George Floyd's death while being knocked down by a white Minneapolis police officer once again exposes the nation's open wound of racism none of us can any longer can we hear the words I can't breathe and do nothing well not mentioning him by name Biden condemned president trump's tweet when the looting starts the shooting starts this is no time for centuries treats tweets it's no time to encourage violence this is a national crisis we need real leadership right now Biden is also calling for what he calls real police reform that holds all cops up to the high standards that so many of them actually meet I'm typical wire

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Biden speaks of racial 'open wound,' contrasting with Trump

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Biden speaks of racial 'open wound,' contrasting with Trump

"Likely Democratic Party presidential nominee Joe Biden response to the death of a black man at the hands of Minneapolis police by saying the nation has to confront and overcome its latent racism former vice president Joe Biden says George Floyd's death while being knocked down by a white Minneapolis police officer once again exposes the nation's open wound of racism none of us can any longer can we hear the words I can't breathe and do nothing well not mentioning him by name Biden condemned president trump's tweet when the looting starts the shooting starts this is no time for centuries treats tweets it's no time to encourage violence this is a national crisis we need real leadership right now Biden is also calling for what he calls real police reform that holds all cops up to the high standards that so many of them actually meet I'm typical wire

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"white minneapolis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:02 min | 2 months ago

"white minneapolis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Criminal charges sign Lisa listen Arraf fox news the White Minneapolis police officer seen on video putting his knee into the back of a black man who was handcuffed is in custody days after the police custody death of Georgia Florida and violence that's left south Minneapolis in ruins former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chapman is in custody former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Johnson has been charged by the head of the county attorney's office with murder and with manslaughter cannon county attorney Mike Freeman three other officers on the scene with the trough and were also fired and under investigation the question now will this announcement should be enough we the looting and the recklessness governorship walls is also called out the National Guard to help restore order in the Twin Cities Jeff man also fox news curfew put in place tonight in Minneapolis and St Paul firefighters responded to forty some fires we cannot accept that as the normal we cannot accept that as okay in our community any more than we can accept the death of George Floyd as okay in our community St Paul mayor Melvin Carter president trump taking action against China over the Temple poster curing measures against Hong Kong China has replaced this promise for mayor of one country two systems with one country one system therefore I am directing my administration to begin the process of eliminating policy exemptions that give Hong Kong different and special treatment the president with the announcement in a rose garden event where we also announce he's cutting funding for the World Health Organization permanently he blames the WHL for what he called an inadequate response to the covert nineteen pandemic America is listening to fox news the last few months have taught us what's important life it's also taught us what we need to eliminate or change it's the.

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"white minneapolis" Discussed on Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

09:27 min | 2 months ago

"white minneapolis" Discussed on Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper

"I've been trying to have him on my Home Dad Daddy so that was that was. The victim is George Floyd an unarmed and he repeatedly told the White Minneapolis police officer who pinned him to the ground Monday with need to his neck and As everyone heard he was saying I can't breathe. He died Four officers have been fired and this is incredibly disturbing and there were protests by the way Understandably and police fired tear gas and rubber coated bullets at thousands of demonstrators who gathered Tuesday to protest the killing of George Floyd. He was forty six years old. He was unarmed and he was pinned to the ground and he was handcuffed. He was absolutely no threat. I don't know how many times you have to hear someone say I can't breathe. It's like an Matt. I want to ask you to talk about this. Because he wrote a book about Eric Garner all the and one of the things that so like disturbing is like how I mean. I would just think that. For purely optic sake like obviously these men. Are these police officers are I? Don't want to say this in a way that exonerates this the police system because I think this is baked into it a feature. Not a glitch as a Alex Batali would say but these men are monsters. I just thought that maybe his saying I can't breathe with like trigger a memory in their brains out of a sense of just like optics. Pr That maybe you should stop choking person whether it's with a night stick or with your arm or with your knee. So a obviously I spent like three years of my life on this issue and In in covering it incident that was it was remarkably similar. The thing about the Garner case was that there was not even a A suspected crime. What I should say is I. I've spent a lot of time talking to police for the for the for that book I wrote around with police And what cops will tell you and and I'm GonNa get to why. This is an or a good explanation. Will cops will tell you about. Why stuff like this happens is is that policing is an extremely difficult job where you are all day. Long physically wrestling with people who You know are China hurt. You often have Unclean needles in their pockets rights. Police please have an extremely difficult job. A just say this right the there are a lot of good well-meaning cops to do this job and the ones who go into it trying to do the right thing they quickly find out that it's it's a brutal terrible job and there's really no way to good way to do it now. There are two ways to handle that the the police who I spoke to. Who is that an additional complication so with the advent of new policing strategies like broken windows? What most of these patrol officers have been told is that their mandate is to make as many stops as possible because they have to statistically show that they're engaged in activity all the time. They're trying to catch people who have outstanding warrants. They're trying to find serious criminals people who might be carrying a gun. Sue Stop People for minor offenses all time because you wanNA use that as a pretext check. Ac- if somebody has gone to see if they have a warrant on them if they're an escape terminal so that's that's the logic behind stopping hundreds of thousands of people a year on dubious pretext whether it's jumping a turnstile on this case I think it was suspected forgery. So they what they do is they. They approach huge masses if people they searched them and then very often a you end up in a situation. Where there's there's some kind of resistance. People refuse to be searched whatever it is and then this happens right and so there's there's two ways that police can handle. This one is that they're dealing with a tough job. Another one is dealing with bosses. Who have given them in irrational mandate to stop people who are in his Bisley innocent and I think the good police handle this by trying to be more like people right. They learn how to get along better with the people in their neighborhood. They they they solicit more intelligence about. Who's really the bad guys in? Who in those neighborhoods day? Learn to negotiate verbally apple right like it's a very particular skill the deal if people who are at risk who are high who are dangerous you are. We're just trying to or low level drug dealers. They're trying to feed their kids. Whatever it is right and then there's another kind of cop who deals with the pressure of that situation in the opposite way right basically what they say to themselves as I've been given an impossible job and my bosses have given me an impossible task so the only way I'm going to handle this is by just putting the hammered. Everybody because that's the only way I can do this. And what they do is they tell themselves this and they start handling all these situations that way. And when you add that to the statistically heightened number of incidents that they have because of these policies people that start dying in in in ridiculous numbers and I think I think the the the thing that particularly conservatives don't understand about this issue is that the they always just want to say okay yet policing so tough job like the context. This is yet. Maybe there are five other people who said they couldn't breathe previously. Maybe they fought back so we don't. We're not seeing that but the problem is the whole. The whole basic approach is wrong. You know and and there isn't really an excuse for this and it just keeps happening over and over again and we're just not rethinking how we do policing and also it's like you know yes. Sure I get the argument for conservatives like if you care about public safety and you care about cops and some of them. Don't care at all about the rights of people who are suspected of crimes there. It's stupid because this does create. You know it's not good for cops to be in this position where they feel like they have license to do that. I mean I feel weird saying that because like I must like who cares little bit like they're not the victims here three or something to that though because because they the the police they've they've been given given a task and then they've been very often they'd been kind of like subtly told we're just we're not gonna like come after you if you do X. Y. and Z. We want you to get it done however you can rent so there's culpability that spread but it doesn't excuse the way they behave. China right the individual ones right. Yes but you know. It's just like not. That would have been okay. If he hadn't been handcuffed. The Guy was handcuffed. Like what is Your Weird. And then this is just obviously. There's like racism and like weird like you would never do that in a white neighborhood. Alicia Prosecution for this year for murder. They should be prosecuted for murder. There is no justification whatsoever for having your neon someone's neck for while they're handcuffs. I mean it's just like there's no possible explanations there's no possible justification for it except like real devaluing of life and they said they said he at first they said he was resisting arrest and then you hear them saying like. Oh you're tough guy resisting arrest and then of course there's another Interesting comparison so there's of course Eric Garner comparison but then there's the the protest comparison right because then people were protesting in Minneapolis And the cops tear tear gas and rubber bullets but when a bunch of white mostly white people were protesting social distancing finger on them right. And that's another aspect of this that I that I think again because I spent so long listening to the conservative pro-police arguments about this stuff So they will argue to death while the reason that we have to be so roughly suspects. And they'll show you this. They'll take you out on tours. Neal you'll see exactly what the job is. Like the cops get punched in the face. They all kinds of terrible terrible. Things happened the cops on the job. I'm not gonNA dispute that Tara. The problem is that they they don't you. They don't employ the same tactics in other neighborhoods. So they're not stopping gazillion people in Westchester or Bergen New Jersey. What whatever it is so that these this is competitions aren't happening so you can see the clear dichotomy and the two different approaches and I think you just one more quick thing about your the thing you say about cops of masculinity issues. This is another thing that a lot of cops will talk about and that that the most dangerous kinds of police are the ones who are like a little bit too into it like in the case of Garner.

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"white minneapolis" Discussed on AP News

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15:01 min | 2 months ago

"white minneapolis" Discussed on AP News

"The White Minneapolis police officer seen on video kneeling on George Floyd snack for several minutes before Floyd died has been arrested days after Floyd's death and the resulting violent protests Hennepin county attorney Mike Freeman announced Derek children's charged with 2 counts of murder and with manslaughter a development the AP's Tim Sullivan in Minneapolis reports protesters have been demanding it might do a little bit to settle things down and show that the US authorities are serious about responding forcefully to Floyd's death officers are still hearing it on the streets will there be more fires and looting to night Minnesota governor Tim wall says yesterday's protest response was an abject failure you will not see that tonight there will be no lack of leadership and there will be no lack of response on the table I'm soccer make ani

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"white minneapolis" Discussed on AP News

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15:01 min | 2 months ago

"white minneapolis" Discussed on AP News

"The White Minneapolis police officer seen on video kneeling on George Floyd snack for several minutes before Floyd died has been arrested days after Floyd's death and the resulting violent protests Hennepin county attorney Mike Freeman announced Derek children's charged with 2 counts of murder and with manslaughter a development the AP's Tim Sullivan in Minneapolis reports protesters have been demanding it might do a little bit to settle things down and show that the US authorities are serious about responding forcefully to Floyd's death officers are still hearing it on the streets will there be more fires and looting to night Minnesota governor Tim wall says yesterday's protest response was an abject failure you will not see that tonight there will be no lack of leadership and there will be no lack of response on the table I'm soccer make ani

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"white minneapolis" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:01 min | 2 months ago

"white minneapolis" Discussed on AP News

"The White Minneapolis police officer seen on video kneeling on George Floyd snack for several minutes before Floyd died has been arrested days after Floyd's death and the resulting violent protests Hennepin county attorney Mike Freeman announced Derek children's charged with 2 counts of murder and with manslaughter a development the AP's Tim Sullivan in Minneapolis reports protesters have been demanding it might do a little bit to settle things down and show that the US authorities are serious about responding forcefully to Floyd's death officers are still hearing it on the streets will there be more fires and looting to night Minnesota governor Tim wall says yesterday's protest response was an abject failure you will not see that tonight there will be no lack of leadership and there will be no lack of response on the table I'm soccer make ani

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Minneapolis cop who knelt on man's neck charged with murder

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00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Minneapolis cop who knelt on man's neck charged with murder

"The White Minneapolis police officer seen on video kneeling on George Floyd snack for several minutes before Floyd died has been arrested days after Floyd's death and the resulting violent protests Hennepin county attorney Mike Freeman announced Derek children's charged with two counts of murder and with manslaughter a development the AP's Tim Sullivan in Minneapolis reports protesters have been demanding it might do a little bit to settle things down and show that the US authorities are serious about responding forcefully to Floyd's death officers are still hearing it on the streets will there be more fires and looting to night Minnesota governor Tim wall says yesterday's protest response was an abject failure you will not see that tonight there will be no lack of leadership and there will be no lack of response on the table I'm soccer make ani

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Minneapolis cop who knelt on man's neck charged with murder

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Minneapolis cop who knelt on man's neck charged with murder

"The White Minneapolis police officer seen on video kneeling on George Floyd snack for several minutes before Floyd died has been arrested days after Floyd's death and the resulting violent protests Hennepin county attorney Mike Freeman announced Derek children's charged with two counts of murder and with manslaughter a development the AP's Tim Sullivan in Minneapolis reports protesters have been demanding it might do a little bit to settle things down and show that the US authorities are serious about responding forcefully to Floyd's death officers are still hearing it on the streets will there be more fires and looting to night Minnesota governor Tim wall says yesterday's protest response was an abject failure you will not see that tonight there will be no lack of leadership and there will be no lack of response on the table I'm soccer make ani

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Minneapolis cop who knelt on man's neck charged with murder

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Minneapolis cop who knelt on man's neck charged with murder

"The White Minneapolis police officer seen on video kneeling on George Floyd snack for several minutes before Floyd died has been arrested days after Floyd's death and the resulting violent protests Hennepin county attorney Mike Freeman announced Derek children's charged with two counts of murder and with manslaughter a development the AP's Tim Sullivan in Minneapolis reports protesters have been demanding it might do a little bit to settle things down and show that the US authorities are serious about responding forcefully to Floyd's death officers are still hearing it on the streets will there be more fires and looting to night Minnesota governor Tim wall says yesterday's protest response was an abject failure you will not see that tonight there will be no lack of leadership and there will be no lack of response on the table I'm soccer make ani

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Four Minneapolis officers fired after death of unarmed black man

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00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Four Minneapolis officers fired after death of unarmed black man

"King for white Minneapolis police officers have been fired for a confrontation that led to the death of a black man George Floyd magic of privacy officers charged with murder it is on us as leaders to see this for what it is and call it what it is George Floyd deserves justice his family deserves justice the black community deserves justice president trump while he was at Cape Canaveral was asked if the police officer should be prosecuted

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"white minneapolis" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

01:46 min | 2 months ago

"white minneapolis" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"From New York City the epicenter of the pandemic. This is democracy. Now you got. I can't read. That's what George Foy. An unarmed African American man repeatedly told the White Minneapolis police officer. Who pinned him to the ground. Monday with a knee on his neck video of the police attack went viral. Now four officers have been fired. Being Black in America should not get death sentence for five minutes out. We watched as a white officer. Htc press his knee into the neck of a black man. Five minutes the killing of George Floyd comes as another video went viral of a white woman calling the officers. Una black men in New York City Central Park falsely accusing him of threatening her life after he asked her to leash her off. We'll get response from either mix. Kendy founding director of the anti-racist Research and Policy Center at American University National Book Award Winning Author of Stamps from the beginning the definitive history of racist ideas in America and how to be an anti-racist. We'll also talk to him about his new Cova. Racial data tracker then calls for Heis to release people from detention during the pandemic are growing as two people have died from the virus while in custody. We'll look at how one of them suffered horrifying.

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