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"william dunning" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

03:35 min | 2 months ago

"william dunning" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"He came into office in nineteen thirteen. The first film screening at the white house happened during his presidency. It was the film birth of a nation originally known as the clansman which included quotes from one of wilson's history books. A history of the american people wilson was a proponent of the lost cause and the dunning school named for historian william dunning who interpreted reconstruction as a failure. Birth of a nation embraced the lost cause ideology using racist depictions of black americans to frame reconstruction as deeply damaging to white people. It is also credited with a resurgence in the ku klux klan which is depicted in the film saving the south from the horrors of reconstruction by the time wilson became. President reconstruction was long over and many of the games in civil rights for black americans that had been implemented during that time had already been. Lost wilson was the first southern president elected since reconstruction and then he continued that trend of rolling back civil rights including segregating or allowing his cabinet to segregate a number of federal bureaus and offices as well as the us navy. Wilson ran for a second term as president on a platform that included keeping the united states. Out of world war one but after he was elected he began preparing to go to war including constructing new camps for training newly recruited military personnel. This is when us military bases started to be named after confederate leaders. Even though those leaders fought against the us military during the civil war so after the end of the civil war the us army had occupied eleven southern states with troops being removed after the state had met with requirements to rejoin the union. The last of these troops were removed after the eighteen. Seventy six presidential election and that was one of the disputed elections that we nodded to you at the start of the show. The candidates in this election were democrat. Samuel tilden and republican rutherford b hayes. Tilden had won the popular vote but didn't have enough votes to be declared the winner in the electoral college and then the electoral college votes from three states were disputed. The result was the compromise of eighteen. Seventy seven hayes would become president and in exchange among other concessions he agreed to place a democrat in his cabinet and to withdraw the federal troops. That were still occupying parts of the south. This is generally seen as the end of reconstruction and for decades. There wasn't a large military presence in the south because of the legacy of reconstruction the idea of sending troops to the south had become something of a tabu but less than forty years later. The expansion of the military in preparation for world war one meant that camps had to be built in the south. We needed a lot of camps. We had to put them somewhere. So as part of the effort to make these encampments more palatable in the places where they were being built they were named for former confederate generals and other confederate military figures including camps named for robert e lee. Npr g t beauregard. Which along with others were built in. Nineteen seventeen encampments named for general braxton bragg and general henry louis benning followed in nineteen eighteen. It really became a standard practice for new encampments and forts in the south to be named after confederate military leaders. Even.

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"william dunning" Discussed on Rover's Morning Glory

Rover's Morning Glory

1:35:49 hr | 9 months ago

"william dunning" Discussed on Rover's Morning Glory

"Some Sandy Pool. Sandy no chairman. Watch. I did man. My kids love that show. It was like the longest running show in on Nickelodeon. People say the Hotspur Squidward is neighbor. Cheeks I think this might be his girlfriend. Fine Lay. Hank Williams Junior. Juniors daughter Catherine Williams dunning died in a car accident over the weekend happened on Saturday. Her car crossed over the median and rolled over. She was twenty seven years old, and she leaves behind a husband and two very young children. What happened she just? She just lost. She was driving she. She crossed over the median, and her husband was in the passenger seat. He was airlifted to the hospital in a as of yesterday. He was awake. He was responding. The car was towing a boat, but it's not real. So the crashes being investigated, they have a five year old, little boy, go and two year old Audrey! So I see people towing things sometimes and. Their trailers are like out of control. I mean just nobody has any idea what they're doing an emmy. The trailers in one lane there's is in another I mean it's I. I've bought a huge sheet of plywood and I just put it on top of my my Bronco. I don't know how to tie it down. I couldn't believe that there's nobody telling me to stop. I couldn't believe I'm just doing whatever random not I can think. They're lucky that they can fly. Catch air, Nathan this. Didn't help you tired at the place. Just me really. Does. If you were to ask them, they would have helped you pussy so I just decided to kill. Someone with flying was worth thought about. Such an idiot there you go. That's an rover's morning. Glory all right I've got to take a break. We'll be right back. Hang on. By. Radio station. You can ask your smart device to play Rover's morning glory on iheartradio. This is S. From God. Came to glory. Our. This is rover's morning.

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"william dunning" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:19 min | 9 months ago

"william dunning" Discussed on WTOP

"During a demonstration Stoney tweeted that he's also asked the police to properly place the officer involved on administrative leave no one appeared to be injured after a Richmond police SUV drove slowly up on to occur but appeared to bump multiple protesters as they tried to block the vehicle's path Saturday night near the Robert E. Lee statue the Richmond police department says it's investigating that incident including what it calls a possible assault on an officer who was inside the vehicle following the death of George Florida police chief for a town in prince George's county has implemented a new order to hold his officers accountable when it comes to stopping inappropriate force we're going to make sure that what we saw on the video mini Annapolis never comes to the town of Evanston Dimitrius Harris chief of police for the town of Evanston Maryland has implemented a new general order issuing a duty to intervene for his officers they're now required to either stop or attempt to stop another employee when forces being inappropriately applied or is no longer required is just as bad as the first African American police chief for the town of Evanston he was appointed in late December he says the any of his officers that do not follow the new order can be terminated it is director of subordination if you choose not to follow those guidelines Valerie bonk WTOP news when you attend a protest or a political rally someone may be watching you even as you're marching for your favorite calls or cheering your favorite politician at a rally advocacy groups may be tracking your cellphone and likely is not then sending you relevant messages on furthering their agenda one user calls the tactic deeply spooky and extremely helpful the Wall Street journal reports some groups are using it to restart the voter registration drives cut short by the pandemic but experts note there are virtually no controls on a practice which is clearly open to abuse the key Barker CBS news the funding restructuring reforming how do we begin making changes in police departments across the country one retired police officer says the call for reform went unheard for far too long the system is broken and anyone tell you differently than they've had your head buried in sand Timothy T. Williams junior is a retired LAPD police officer and author of the book I deep dive in expert analysis of police procedure use of force and wrongful convictions he says because police officers are allowed to use deadly force police departments should make sure they know what they're hiring you know boxes we should even be offices in the first place after allegedly a force of the law Stephanie gains Bryant WTOP news the twenty seven year old daughter of country singer Hank Williams junior was killed in a highway accident in Tennessee police say Katherine Williams Dunning was the driver of an SUV that was towing a boat when it crossed the median rolled over Saturday night northeast of Paris Tennessee her husband twenty nine year old Tyler Dunning was a passenger in the vehicle he was airlifted to a Nashville hospital no word on his condition up next the money news where you are and are not saving money as you work from home seven twenty four today your relationship with your bank is more important than ever at eagle bank we put relationships first always have always will because building a strong relationship is how we help your business thrive in building up businesses across.

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"william dunning" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:46 min | 9 months ago

"william dunning" Discussed on KGO 810

"Was fired another placed on administrative duty following the resignation of Atlanta police chief Erika shields who stepped down after the death of ray shard Brooks sparked a new wave of protests in Atlanta attorney for the Brooks family Justin Miller his back was turned to the officer when the officer shot him and when the bullets entered his body which is very problematic because regardless of whatever what else happened that day M. slaying should have been something that the officers should have taken as a way out of the situation so that he could have lived in the officers could just continue with their day as well president trump has spoken about new national guidelines for police use of force in the wake of George Ford's death and the protests and racial unrest and violence that followed president trump is talking about an executive order regarding police practices in training he has not hinted of what that would be we are going to do glasses I think good things but we also have to keep our police and a lot of trust and strong we have to do it right they have to be trained in a proper manner Mr trump's fighting in a fox news channel interview however as it relates to the black lives matter movement the president has gone back to the kneeling for the national anthem attacks taking on U. S. women's soccer in the NFL Costantini Washington police in Tennessee say the twenty seven year old daughter of country singer Hank Williams junior has been killed in a highway accident Kathryn Williams Dunning was the driver of an SUV towing a boat when it crossed the median and rolled over in the weekend accident shares are mostly lower in Asia on concern over a resurgence of coronavirus cases and pessimism after Wall Street posted its worst week in nearly three months.

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"william dunning" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:01 min | 9 months ago

"william dunning" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Police training I'm John trout in Atlanta police officer was fired another placed on administrative duty following the resignation of Atlanta police chief Erika shields who stepped down after the death of ray shard Brooks sparked a new wave of protests in Atlanta attorney for the Brooks family Justin Miller his back was turned to the officer when the officer shot him and when the bullets entered his body which is very problematic because regardless of whatever what else happened that day M. slaying should have been something that the officers should have taken as a way out of the situation so that he could have lived in the officers could just continue with their day as well president trump has spoken about new national guidelines for police use of force in the wake of George Floyd's death and the protests and racial unrest and violence that followed president trump is talking about that executive order regarding police practices in training he has not hinted of what that would be we are going to do the lawsuit I think good things we also have to keep our police and law enforcement strong we have to do it right they have to be trained in a proper manner Mr trump's fighting in a fox news channel interview however as it relates to the black lives matter movement the president has gone back to the feeling for the national anthem attacks taking on U. S. women's soccer in the NFL Costantini Washington police in Tennessee say the twenty seven year old daughter of country singer Hank Williams junior has been killed in a highway accident Kathryn Williams Dunning was the driver of an SUV towing a boat when it crossed the median and rolled over in the weekend accident shares are mostly lower in Asia on concern over a resurgence of coronavirus cases and pessimism after Wall Street posted its worst week in nearly three months benchmarks in Tokyo Sydney and Shanghai fell after China reports a new outbreak of infections I'm John trout you know it's true difficult times have a way of focusing.

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"william dunning" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:35 min | 9 months ago

"william dunning" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Which is very problematic because regardless of whatever what else happened that day M. slaying should have been something that the officers should have taken as a way out of the situation so that he could have lived in the officers could just continue with their day as well president trump has spoken about new national guidelines for police use of force in the wake of George Floyd's death and the protests and racial unrest and violence that followed president trump is talking about an executive order regarding police practices in training he has not hinted of what that would be we are going to do lots of I think good things but we also have to keep our police and law enforcement strong we have to do it right they have to be trained in a proper manner Mr trump's fighting in a fox news channel interview however as it relates to the black lives matter movement the president has gone back to the kneeling for the national anthem attacks taking on U. S. women's soccer in the NFL Costantini Washington police in Tennessee say the twenty seven year old daughter of country singer Hank Williams junior has been killed in a highway accident Kathryn Williams Dunning was the driver of an SUV towing a boat when it crossed the median and rolled over in the weekend accident shares are mostly lower in Asia on concern over a resurgence of coronavirus cases and pessimism after Wall Street posted its worst week in nearly three months benchmarks in Tokyo Sydney and Shanghai fell after China reports a new outbreak of infections I'm John trout you know it's true difficult times.

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"william dunning" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:57 min | 9 months ago

"william dunning" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"From ABC news I'm Richard Cantu in twenty two states and Puerto Rico they are reporting increasing numbers of covert nineteen run of iris cases rising across the country Florida setting another record reporting two thousand cases in twenty four hours for the second day in a row Florida's governor saying an outbreak among farm workers and increased testing in nursing homes play a role in the server A. B. C.'s Noreen Shah the Miami Herald reports at least forty two thousand cruise ship workers are still stuck at sea because of the pandemic cruise lines stop sailing in mid March the stock workers aren't getting paid some are still suffering from the disease the head of the union representing to Atlanta police officers one fired in one reassigned to administrative duties after the Friday night encounter that ended with Rey Shahr Brooks shot dead after a drunken driving stop says Atlanta's mayor acted too quickly the officers weren't afforded due process something radar Brooks did not get I just feel like they didn't have to be so aggressive it was too much aggression to Micah Miller is boxes will realize and that he has a family maybe this guy has a family maybe we could call and reach out to the family member and see if we can get someone to come get him because he's not hurt anybody that put anybody in harm's way let's get him home safe Fulton County district attorney Paul Howard junior on whether they'll be charges against the two the firm with our state investigators the G. B. R. and once we confirm those things some turn by doing this we are we are going to make a decision that we're going to announce it to the public authorities in northwest Tennessee say the twenty seven year old daughter of Hank Williams junior Kathryn Williams Dunning was killed Saturday night he was driving a sport ute towing a boat when the vehicle crossed the median on U. S. seventy nine near Paris Tennessee and rolled over her husband is hospitalized in Nashville you're listening to ABC news.

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"william dunning" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:01 min | 9 months ago

"william dunning" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"From ABC news I'm Richard Cantu in twenty two states and Puerto Rico they are reporting increasing numbers of covert nineteen run of iris cases rising across the country Florida setting another record reporting two thousand cases in twenty four hours for the second day in a row Florida's governor saying an outbreak among farm workers and increased testing in nursing homes play a role in the server ABC's Lorene Shah the Miami Herald reports at least forty two thousand cruise ship workers are still stuck in C. because of the pandemic cruise lines stop sailing in mid March the stock workers aren't getting paid some are still suffering from the disease the head of the union representing to Atlanta police officers one fired in one reassigned to administrative duties after the Friday night encounter that ended with Rey Shahr Brooks shot dead after a drunken driving stop says Atlanta's mayor acted too quickly the officers weren't afforded due process something radar Brooks did not get I just didn't have to be so aggressive it was too much aggression to Micah Miller is boxes will realize and that he has a family maybe this guy has a family maybe we could call and reach out to the family member and see if we can get someone to come you know because he's not hurt anybody that put anybody in harm's way let's get him home safe Fulton County district attorney Paul Howard junior on whether they'll be charges against the two the firm with our our state investigators the G. B. R. and once we confirm those things some turn by doing this we are we are going to make a decision and we're going to announce it to the public authorities in northwest Tennessee say the twenty seven year old daughter of Hank Williams junior Kathryn Williams Dunning was killed Saturday night she was driving a sport ute towing a boat when the vehicle crossed the median on U. S. seventy nine near Paris Tennessee and rolled over her husband is hospitalized in Nashville you're listening to ABC news during these unprecedented times we know you're all worried about your family's.

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"william dunning" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:22 min | 9 months ago

"william dunning" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"From ABC news I'm Richard cancer in twenty two states and Puerto Rico they are reporting increasing numbers of covert nineteen front of iris cases rising across the country Florida setting another record reporting two thousand cases in twenty four hours for the second day in a row Florida's governor saying an outbreak among farm workers and increased testing in nursing homes play a role in the server A. B. C.'s Noreen Shah the Miami Herald reports at least forty two thousand cruise ship workers are still stuck in C. because of the pandemic cruise line stop sailing in mid March the stock workers aren't getting paid some are still suffering from the disease the head of the union representing to Atlanta police officers one fired in one reassigned to administrative duties after the Friday night encounter that ended with Rey Shahr Brooks shot dead after a drunken driving stop says Atlanta's mayor acted too quickly the officers weren't afforded due process something radar Brooks did not get I just feel like I didn't have to be so aggressive it was too much aggression to Micah Miller is boxes will realize and that he has a family maybe this guy has a family maybe we could call and reach out to the family member and see if we can get someone to come get him because he's not hurt anybody that put anybody in harm's way let's get him home safe Fulton County district attorney Paul Howard junior on whether they'll be charges against the two form with our our state investigators the G. E. R. and once we confirm those things are some turn by doing this we are we are going to make a decision and we're going to announce it to the public authorities in northwest Tennessee say the twenty seven year old daughter of Hank Williams junior Kathryn Williams Dunning was killed Saturday night she was driving a sport ute towing a boat when the vehicle crossed the median on U. S. seventy nine near Paris Tennessee and rolled over her husband is hospitalized in Nashville you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK state health officials say we have now seen more than five thousand deaths from corona virus complications here in California as the culprit nineteen restrictions are easing the California state automobile association seeing prices at the pump begin to rise again as more Californians are hitting the road.

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"william dunning" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:50 min | 9 months ago

"william dunning" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I'm Richard cancer in twenty two states and Puerto Rico they are reporting increasing numbers of covert nineteen run a virus cases rising across the country Florida setting another record reporting two thousand cases in twenty four hours for the second day in a row Florida's governor saying an outbreak among farm workers and increased testing in nursing homes play a role in the server ABC's Noreen Shah the Miami Herald reports at least forty two thousand cruise ship workers are still stuck in C. because of the pandemic cruise line stop sailing in mid March the stock workers aren't getting paid some are still suffering from the disease the head of the union representing to Atlanta police officers one fired in one reassigned to administrative duties after the Friday night encounter that ended with Rey Shahr Brooks shot dead after a drunken driving stop says Atlanta's mayor acted too quickly the officers weren't afforded due process something radar Brooks did not get I just feel like I didn't have to be so aggressive it was too much aggression to Micah Miller is boxes will realize and that he has a family maybe this guy has a family maybe we should call them reach out to the family member and see if we can get someone to come you know because he's not hurt anybody that put anybody in harm's way let's get him home safe Fulton County district attorney Paul Howard junior on whether they'll be charges against the two the firm with our state investigators the G. E. R. and once we confirm those things are some time by doing this we are we are going to make a decision and we're going to announce it to the public authorities in northwest Tennessee say the twenty seven year old daughter of Hank Williams junior Kathryn Williams Dunning was killed Saturday night she was driving a sport ute towing a boat when the vehicle crossed the median on U. S. seventy nine near Paris Tennessee and rolled over.

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"william dunning" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:43 min | 9 months ago

"william dunning" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Richard cancer in twenty two states and Puerto Rico they are reporting increasing numbers of covert nineteen run a virus cases rising across the country Florida setting another record reporting two thousand cases in twenty four hours for the second day in a row Florida's governor saying an outbreak among farm workers and increased testing in nursing homes play a role in the Surrey ABC's Noreen Shah the Miami Herald reports at least forty two thousand cruise ship workers are still stuck in C. because of the pandemic cruise line stop sailing in mid March the stock workers aren't getting paid some are still suffering from the disease the head of the union representing to Atlanta police officers one fired in one reassigned to administrative duties after the Friday night encounter that ended with Rey Shahr Brooks shot dead after a drunken driving stop says Atlanta's mayor acted too quickly the officers weren't afforded due process something radar Brooks did not get I just feel like they didn't have to be so aggressive it was too much aggression to Micah Miller is boxes will realize and that he has a family maybe this guy has a family maybe we should call and reach out to the family member and see who you thought to come you know because he's not hurt anybody that put anybody in harm's way let's get him home safe Fulton County district attorney Paul Howard junior on whether they'll be charges against the two the firm with our state investigators the G. E. R. and once we confirm those things are some turn by doing this we are we are going to make a decision that we're going to announce it to the public authorities in northwest Tennessee say the twenty seven year old daughter of Hank Williams junior Kathryn Williams Dunning was killed Saturday night she was driving a sport ute.

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"william dunning" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:07 min | 9 months ago

"william dunning" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Surveillance video shows Brooks taking off with an officer's taser just before now fired officer gear Ralph shoots him Boston in support came in I think two minutes he would've been boxed in and trapped why did you have to kill him the Windies was torched during weekend protests Republican senator Tim Scott of South Carolina is working on the police reform bill there's no question that the outcome seem to have a racial component and that's why we're working on getting all the information then retraining and eliminating those police officers that have a pattern of misbehavior do the twenty four year old African American man here in in southern California Robert fuller killed himself by hanging or is there more to this story your CBS's Jonathan vaguely RD solar sister diamond Alexander along with activists now demanding answers after they see the sheriff's department rush to conclusions for example in one release officials said it appears Mr fuller tragically committed suicide even though homicide detectives were still investigating a second statement released by the city link fuller's death to covert nineteen related depression reading Sally it's not the first such incident since the cover nineteen pandemic began the daughter of Hank Williams junior twenty seven year old Kathleen Williams Dunning has died in a highway accident in Tennessee she was driving an SUV which was towing a boat that crossed the median and then rolled over this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app download it today balance of nature changing the world one life at a time but I certainly do have and increased energy level yeah I get treatments every eight weeks and that really kind of slows me down and you know makes me very tired for a few days but I seem to be getting over that much quicker now that I'm taking your products balance of nature is now offering thirty five percent off on any new preferred order go to balance of nature.

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"william dunning" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:42 min | 9 months ago

"william dunning" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"The foreman in Los Angeles people continue to die from covert nineteen here in the U. S. but the pace is slowing three hundred eighty two deaths in the most recent twenty four hour period that's the lowest in weeks but it doesn't mean the news is encouraging everywhere your CBS's Meg Oliver weeks after many beaches in businesses reopened three of the nation's most populous states Texas Arizona and Florida hit record highs for new coal that cases so long as we continue having mass gatherings we will continue to see more more cases infectious disease specialist Dr Aisling Marty and tributes part of this bike to recent protests former FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb says the rise in some states is not a surprise we know these large gatherings gonna lead to more spread the spontaneous protests around the country then leads to additional spread certainly holding a large political rally will as well that's an indoor space it's a confined space as we need to be mindful of this I mean there's things you can do to reduce the risk you can require people to wear masks was on CBS's face the nation in Atlanta officials are still looking into the death of a black man with short Brooks who was shot and killed by police after authorities found him sleeping in his car your CBS's Nancy chan the Georgia bureau of investigation says surveillance video shows Brooks taking off with an officer's taser just before now fired officer gear Ralph shoots him Boston in support came in I think two minutes he would've been boxed in and trapped why did you have to kill him the Windies was torched during weekend protests Republican senator Tim Scott of South Carolina is working on the police reform bill there's no question that the outcome seem to have a racial component and that's why we're working on getting all the information then retraining and eliminating those police officers that have a pattern of misbehavior did the twenty four year old African American man here in southern California Robert fuller killed himself by hanging or is there more to this story your CBS's Jonathan vaguely RD fuller's Mr Dimon Alexander along with activists now demanding answers after they see the sheriff's department rush to conclusions for example in one release officials said it appears Mr fuller tragically committed suicide even though homicide detectives were still investigating a second statement released by the city link fuller's death to covert nineteen related depression reading Sally it's not the first such incident since the cover nineteen pandemic began the daughter of Hank Williams junior twenty seven year old Kathleen Williams Dunning has died in a highway accident in Tennessee she was driving an SUV which was towing a boat it crossed the median and then rolled over this is CBS news you.

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"william dunning" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:40 min | 9 months ago

"william dunning" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Wear masks was on CBS's face the nation in Atlanta officials are still looking into the death of a black man with short Brooks who was shot and killed by police after authorities found him sleeping in his car your CBS's Nancy chan the Georgia bureau of investigation says surveillance video shows Brooks taking off with an officer's taser just before now fired officer gear Ralph shoots him your Boston in support came in I think two minutes he would've been boxed in and trapped why did you have to kill him the Windies was torched during weekend protests Republican senator Tim Scott of South Carolina is working on the police reform bill there's no question that the outcomes seem to have a racial component and that's why we're working on getting all the information then retraining and then eliminating those police officers that have a pattern of misbehavior did the twenty four year old African American man here in southern California Robert fuller killed himself by hanging or is there more to this story your CBS's Jonathan vaguely RD fuller sister diamond Alexander along with activists now demanding answers after they see the sheriff's department rush to conclusions for example in one release officials said it appears Mr fuller tragically committed suicide even though homicide detectives were still investigating a second statement released by the city link fuller's death to covert nineteen related depression reading Sally it's not the first such incident since the cover nineteen pandemic began the daughter of Hank Williams junior twenty seven year old Kathleen Williams Dunning has died in a highway accident in Tennessee she was driving an SUV which was towing a boat it crossed the median and then rolled.

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"william dunning" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:45 min | 9 months ago

"william dunning" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"All time New York I do believe Joe culture should be banned if you go back to the consensus opinion from our from law enforcement one twenty seventeen there was a ban on that in most departments already have banjo calls on that where they don't train for it at all and say don't use things that you have been trained for so this is something it's growing for a very long time and I should be completed HUD secretary Ben Carson also a Republican is more cautious about reform we do not want to create a situation where the police are under the microscope and that they don't want to do their job because they're afraid health officials in the U. S. and worldwide say corona virus isn't over by a long shot on CNN's state of the union White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said people need to wear masks and follow social distancing guidelines set up by two people attending president trump's rally in Tulsa on Saturday well okay probably so well people who want to attend to being asked to sign a waiver acknowledging that being infected with corona virus is possible and that would absolve the trump campaign of any liability if they get sick the twenty seven year old daughter of country singer Hank Williams junior has been killed in a highway accident Kathryn Williams Dunning was driving an SUV towing a boat when she crossed the median and rolled over last night her husband twenty nine year old Tyler J. Dunning was a passenger and was airlifted to a national hospital and it's also a father is charged with second degree murder after leaving his toddlers.

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"william dunning" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:27 min | 9 months ago

"william dunning" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"News I Mitch car it's also today president trump's seventy fourth birthday and reports indicate that he is a Bedminster and round of golf is said to be in the works for today campaign twenty twenty has become perhaps the third or fourth biggest story of the year which may be hard to imagine the presidency of the United States in control of Congress not being the story the Republican National Convention moving to Jacksonville Florida for the most part that's where the acceptance speeches to be given and president trump has announced he'll be holding a rally in Tulsa it was going to be this Friday June thirteenth it's now going to be on Saturday T. C. U. political science professor James riddles worker joins us the George Florida story really is altered the debate for the campaign and the funding the funding is the new buzz word we've already seen you know campaign teams emerge from the S. and a very very different set of campaign things with Joe Biden being opposed to the funding but certainly in favor of reimagining local policing on the one hand it back for community policing based in and president trump doubled down on the lawn order the end so we've already seen a great contrast between the two candidates at the moment it certainly looks like pros backed up by president Biden's strategy is the more popular one but I think that it's really important to realize that the election still five months away you know there's a great deal of fluidity in terms of how people feel about these issues the president wants to do rally is how big a gamble is that if things of word or show a spike in the covert nineteen outbreak for example and the demonstrations to is it the same in terms of the risk at Centro with the presidential rallies are being talked about I mean the distinction but in the two it's pretty clear the protests and rallies are not really organized by anyone they have accrued more or less spontaneously well you can't find a sponsoring organization for example they're loosely organized they're not sponsored by any one walk very different circumstances and and about the weather all outside well we know transmission rates are somewhat lower than they are inside in in terms of president trump's rallies and in terms of the Republican National Convention obviously those are sponsored by one organization and they are held indoors in areas where we don't speculate the more likely to occur in somebody comparisons are very difficult things to do do you see a political science professor James riddles burger joining us on the KRLD news line one of Hank Williams junior as children Kathryn Williams and downing has died in a one car crash it happened last night about a hundred miles west of Nashville authorities say that Kathryn Williams Dunning was in a Chevy Tahoe that was towing a boat yes you be crossed the highway and rolled over her husband was airlifted to a hospital in Nashville she was pronounced dead at the scene Catherine Williams Dunning daughter of Hank Williams junior was twenty seven years old still to come on KRLD defending your castle well what if the defense is necessary because of some of the looting and rioting we.

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"william dunning" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover

Factually! with Adam Conover

11:47 min | 1 year ago

"william dunning" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover

"Hello and welcome to factually? I'm Adam conover. And what do you really remember about reconstruction. You know the period right after the civil war. If anything like me not much all I really got out of the brief unit we spent on it in history. Class was the idea that reconstruction was a time when northern carpetbaggers ruled over the south and that it quote failed. I can also remember like a political cartoon with like an evil looking guy carrying a literal carpet full of his stuff now from New York to Georgia I mean what can you say. It's an evocative word and that's it. That's all I can remember. It was a pivotal period in American history but my textbook spent two pages on on it less time than I spent learning how to diagram a sentence which I still don't remember how to do by the way the truth about history is that it's not a fixed recording. We just the play back. It's a story we have to actively tell ourselves to keep alive in our memory so what happens when we do a poor job of telling that story accurately accurately or when we failed to tell it at all the answer is that we forget the truth and our culture Russia's in to fill the gaps history changes from something that we'd learned from historians to something we just received from pop culture movies and fiction and that means that our cultural memory can become dangerously skewed skewed and that's the case with reconstruction our entire image of it is completely off base the most enduring image reconstruction that people have the one you might have started picturing picturing as soon as I said the word is from the nineteen forty movie gone with the wind it started as a hyper successful Pulitzer Prize winning novel and then a blockbuster movie which won one ten Oscars in one thousand nine forty and it wasn't just any blockbuster adjusting for inflation. It's still the highest grossing movie of All Time More than doubling what avengers ventures endgame made this thing made the Russo brothers look like the do plus brothers Okay and accordingly it had an enormous impact on how people thought about reconstruction the movie depicts a Genteel nearly magical world of southern aristocracy full of rich sexy slave owning southern protagonists and it represents reconstruction as a disaster for those heroes a tragedy in which something beautiful and pure was lost that image put so vividly onscreen onscreen stuck and it influences how we think about reconstruction to this day and gone with the wind wasn't turn influenced by an even earlier film that literally literally changed the course of cinema in America forever imagine sitting down to watch the first star wars in the theater. You know you're about to witness a spectacle unlike anything before it a bold new chapter in the history of movies the State of the art in cinematography and editing not to mention a pop cultural event the likes of which had never been seen before now also imagine that this massive Star Wars type movie was being presented as a true and real history and also that that history history is made up of over three hours of vile racist propaganda that would approximate the experience of seeing d w Griffith birth of a nation in Nineteen Nineteen fifteen the movie depicted free black Americans as evil lascivious and obsessed with finding ways to prey on white women and portrayed the Ku Klux this clan as the triumphant heroes of the South and again it was a smash Woodrow Wilson played it at the Goddamn White House and the clan use the film to recruit for decades. The movie presented itself as a faithful history of reconstruction and Americans took it as that many white white viewers came away convinced that reconstruction was a disastrous failure and the ideas embedded in these films didn't appear out of thin air dig deeper and you'll find that birth of a racist and disgusting idea of reconstruction was influenced in part by the ideas of a group of scholars known as the dunning school named after they're wide whiskered avowedly racist leader William Dunning the dunning school viewed black people as childlike and incapable of governing themselves and it saw the north Earth's attempt to govern the south and expand rights to recently freed African Americans as the low point of American history according to dunning and his ilk order in the south restored only when the Ku Klux Klan begin a campaign of violent terror that caused the north to retreat in instituted a regime of white supremacy known as home rule now the idea of reconstruction as a calamity that befell white southerners didn't just take hold because a one historian with bad facial player in a couple of movies. This story lasted because if you were a white person living in Jim Crow America this story made sense to tell you know if your goal is to uphold all the racist system it's helpful to have a false and racist history to tell but sadly this is the version of the story of reconstruction that dominated for over half half a century but we now know it wasn't true contemporary historians have spent decades doing the hard scholarly work of putting together a more accurate history of what happened at that time and what they've learned is that reconstruction was actually an unprecedented effort by the federal government to affirm and expand the rights. It's of African Americans in a way that had never been done before and it worked for the first time African Americans were able to participate in American democracy accuracy they actually went from being slaves to being voters and they were soon elected to state houses and even Congress for the first time schools were built for white and Dan Black students and citizenship was guaranteed for anyone born in America as a result of these reforms. If you WANNA talk about failure the true failure of reconstruction construction is that when the Ku Klux Klan and its allies began their campaign of white supremacist terror the north retreated and all those gains were lost southern whites quickly imposed the Jim crow system of apartheid and it would take over half a century for those rights to return with the civil rights movement so the truth truth is that reconstruction made America just as much as the civil war or even the revolutionary war before it so if all we can devote to it is two pages is in a political cartoon we have to wonder. What else are we missing again? History isn't a recording or a fossil record that we can just read and observe. It's it's a story that we as a culture have to tell ourselves and win. That story is wrong or missing chapters it distorts our understanding of the present and no one understands understands that better than my guest today. Her name is Christie Coleman. She is historian and C._E._O.. Of the American Civil War Museum in Richmond Virginia and previously she led Detroit's Charles H. Right Museum of African American history and it was a director of the African American programs at Colonial Williamsburg. I think you're really going to enjoy this interview. Let's get right to it Kristie. Thank you so much for being on the show. Thank you for having me so we'll start by asking as a entertainer who attempts to teach history history through comedy. <hes> I want to know from an actual educator. How did you come to history as a subject and what about your approach is different from the way it's commonly taught in America Erica well? I came to the American Civil War <hes> as a topic of study through the job. Frankly <hes> I am a what what people refer to as there's a public historian in that I work in museums and my job is to for lack of a better term interpret what academic historians do you and make it <hes> something that a general public digest and hopefully do that in a way that's exciting and engaging and Dan challenging and all of those things that people can make immediate connections to so the American civil war though is really fraught topic Nick Yeah <hes> really fraud and so I think <hes> I will say this coming into the role having worked in <hes> other museums uh-huh. I found that <hes> this is a history that is very much alive in a lot of iterations men. Regrettably it's <hes> something that people have managed to Cherry pick how they want to remember it. So there are people who for example they only want to talk about what happened on the battlefields right they they only want to do that. Then there are people who want to venerate and then there are people who just want to deal with the political realities of the day in the constitutional questions the this and the that <hes> and then there are people who really love people stories <hes> and I have to say that I'm more aligned with that <hes> but I also understand that <hes> when you just look at particular individuals or particular stories one of the challenges there is you can very quickly lose context context and so my job ultimately is about bringing all of this context to bear bringing in all together <hes> <hes> frankly the way that people lived it. That sounds like such an enormous job because what you're describing is you know the blind men and the elephants <hes> and everyone having their own a little piece of it that they're examining and you're gonna make sense because I mean the civil war just as one historical event is so massive <hes> that I mean any of the things that you just laid out the military history the personal history the political history. That's something someone get spent a lifetime studying just that aspect of it. That's exactly right and the people who do that so how do you. How do you synthesize those things together to get that context? Well <hes> the first thing we have to do. Is You know we really have to just look at the historical record because the reality is people didn't live their lives that way right <hes> just as as we don't today what happens politically will have an impact in our communities and our families <hes> things that we do as communities and families can impact our politics and ultimately commonly impact military action vice versa <hes> and so people of the civil war era also are living their lives that way they are inundated with <hes> <hes> newspapers that all of them have a particular bias in our very unapologetic about that and <hes> there is <hes> there there are various social movements that are taking place at the time <hes> and so the easiest way again for us to do what we've done. <hes> in our new museum and galleries is that we just went back to the record okay so what's happening. Who are the people that help us best illustrate this fluidity <hes> what battles help us eliminate a particular theme and so forth so when when you when you break it down that way then it's much easier to figure out what's the best way to deliver that information so in some cases it might be through a really dynamic <hes> video visual presentation right? You can convey so much more in a picture than you can with words <hes> another instance it may just be the artifact itself can speak power to an idea <hes> and then you use words and other types of of images you know more more two dimensional imagery so that's the advantage. I think that we have to be able to again. We've the story back together..

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