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Fresh update on "cape" discussed on WBZ Morning News
"Jared Stidham who's going to be needing shoulder surgery, well, a new wave on the Cape with an outbreak of over 800 coronavirus cases in Provincetown. Officials across the state and locally trying to offer different opinions on how to control it. As of yesterday, there were 833 coronavirus cases linked to the province. Sound cluster in town manager Alex Morse reportedly supports a statewide mandate to wear masks indoors. Cape Cod state Rep. Tim Whalen tells me that he feels differently. My sincere hope that we avoid any kind of a further into the mask mandate or any sort of closures because, frankly, the public I think we're all tired of that right about now, he says. As it stands right now, it's best to focus on things like increasing opportunities for covid vaccinations and testing for the virus. But I.
Texas State Rep. Senfronia Thompson Explains Why She Joined the Austin Walkout
"State representative cynthia thompson. Thank you so much. For coming to the podcast. Thank you for having me so at that. Press conference in virginia. You talked about your grandmother and the obstacles she faced when she got the chance to vote what were some of those obstacles. She added by poll tax and she yet to save our money. Nicholson pin is not quarters. You'd be able to purchase a poll tax. And then once she got up old tax she had a long ways to travel to cast that ballot. It was Transportation was nothing like being honest. This debate you had to wait for a bus to another part of the city. A pretty good distance from where she was in over fifteen miles. I'm pretty sure in order attacks. Her ballot and she was only allowed to vote in the general election because she was an african american being black. You couldn't vote in the primaries in texas. I wanted you to start with your grandmother. And i'm gonna do something that a gentleman are not supposed to do. We are not supposed to ask a woman her age that i think it's important for people to understand representative thompson. How old are you. I'm eighty two years old. And i needed people to hear that because the fact that you are talking about your grandmother and the obstacles she faced in voting in that the reason why you and i are talking now is about voting. This is not. This is not history. This is living memory for for you. I would love for you to put in context where we are right. Now as a country when it comes to voting rights we're regressing we regressing back to a place in history where we wanna limit minorities right to participate in that democracy just like. My grandmother was limited in her right to participate in democracy. We're going back to that same stage now so it looks like real just regressing.
Fresh update on "cape" discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Because i might. I don't know how much it costs you. But i might have fifty bucks a week but i'm not going to have seven grand when you want it right. I'd probably own about two grand. I like i like the cut. This guy's jeb an lawn. All right Steve thirty eight space coast florida. A real place. I just looked at me too. It's going pretty cool. Hey man get it on on you know. Hey i i wanted to start as saying man. I started listening to you Fifteen like laying in bed listening to love line. You know before going to sleep. And i've followed you over the years and some of the advice you've given has has I don't know kinda help shape my thinking as far as chasing dreams and stuff and Four years ago. I moved from tennessee. Down here to the space coast For people that don't know that's cape canaveral. Cocoa beach provide county area And i actually just a couple of weeks ago was able to quit my job and now a fulltime launched photographer will media outlet. Yeah how how does one. But isn't there like three launches a year or something like that like how does one employee. Oh oh well. Have i got a surprise for you Up until up until this month. Actually we're in a lull right now but we were having a launch about every week. Really think you're thinking a man to fly because Steve just rocket they're buying up for testing right. Well no not not testing these are the ones that launched from here are usually launching satellites. I think starlight that. That's actually the thing that's been launching the most this year. I think you've been watching this starlink compilation. How many how many were putting up a satellite a week. Think about all the young. Actually i know but it still seems like a lot the ass. Sorry and actually when spacex Launches when they have a starlink march launching sixty of those at a time. Wow because they have to assemble it in space. No they're they're one of the guys might be able to look up a picture of starlink and you can see the stack of starlink satellites in the faring inside the rocket Video game verdict is there. Wow yeah well. I don't know anything about tech. But i know they're satellites and we used to have a few and now we have quite a bit more and i know we always rely on them more but still seems like an awful lot of satellites. Yeah and actually. I think I could be wrong on this. But i think Spacex now operates more satellites than like there are more startling satellites than all other satellite seven. Hundred and thirty spacex is what is a starlink satellite. Start actually another question. I've i've wanted to ask you before. That's not what i was calling about. But when are you guys gonna get starlink and replace your current internet provider. Because what they're what. They're trying their their target. Demographic our people out in the boonies that either have no internet or really shitty internet Because the existing satellite internet. Those satellites are up in what's called geostationary orbit which is like twenty five thousand miles up or something and so you can't you can't obtain the speed that you can that you can get with starlink which are only orbiting in like five hundred kilometers or something like what three hundred miles or something up there. Target is to get get speeds that are comparable to like cable internet and fiber and then also have a really low latency. They the has said that their goal is to have have latency cop. There would be able to do like high speed video.
'Jaws' Expert Valerie Taylor Tells What It's Like to Get Bitten by a Shark
"A debate brewing over sharks Should shark bites be called attacks or just encounters as beachgoers. Witness survivors getting rushed to the hospital viral video posted just this weekend showing a hammerhead shark in Panama City Beach getting a little too close to swimmers. Some wildlife experts are pushing to rebrand interactions with the ocean's apex predator, calling them bites, negative encounters or incidents instead of attacks. I would say any time we're painting any wildlife as interested in harming humans. We're reducing people's positive feelings about them. People's desire to see them conserved and protected and increasing the likelihood that people see them as Villains or antagonists. For years. They've been the bad guys in movies like Jaws. We're gonna need a bigger coach and the Meg about a massive megalodon shark. But experts say in reality shark bites are rare and that using language like attack gives a false impression of intent. Page winter who was bitten by a shark in 2019, losing part of her leg. Told all Robin Roberts she didn't see her encounter as the Sharks fault. This situation has urged me to learn more about sharks. I didn't do something directly to the shark, but I was in his water. You know, That's his house. But Dave Pearson, who survived a shark attack in Australia and now runs a support group called Bite Club says avoiding the word attack downplays the very real danger. We can't keep sanitizing things to the point where we It feels like when you're the person involved. It feels like someone's dismissing your experience and dismissing your troller is something that's insignificant. You need to be aware that there is an element of danger out there and we call them Apex predators for a reason. And predators bite things. Even Stephen Colbert weighing in on the debate. I'm sorry, ma'am, a shark interacted with your husband's torso. He's experiencing a not being alive. Incident. Whatever they're called. Officials are taking these encounters seriously in Cape Cod, where at least 50 confirmed great white shark sightings have been reported this past month on the APP, shark tive, itty. Researchers deployed acoustic receivers to track great whites to keep people safe. It's a really valuable way to find out more about the movement of great white sharks. That's important information for the public to know when they are going to the beach. You know where they might be more likely to encounter a white shark. When you're at the beach. Look for signs of sharks. If there are seals in the water. There might be sharks nearby, because they eat seals. If there are birds flying in the air, that means they're looking for fish that sharks are also probably looking for. So if you do go swimming, try to go in pairs in groups Just be smart. Generally and also remember that unprovoked shark bites are exceedingly rare. There were fewer than 100 globally just last year at CBC's will review coming
Fresh update on "cape" discussed on Red Eye Radio
"Effect to rescue trying to affect all the rescues that were going on at one time crew spotted her that night, but the water quickly rose to more than eight FT. Faith swept out of her car downstream. President Biden will speak today on the push to get more Americans vaccinated as the Delta varying continues to drive up cases. The president also expected to announce a vaccine requirement for federal workers. Masks are now required indoors. At the Pentagon, health officials say more than 800 coronavirus cases are connected to a cluster in Provincetown, Massachusetts. This is ABC News mandatory masks at two theme parks. A month ago, Disneyland dropped mask requirements. And now Disney, which is a parent company of ABC News, announcing Disneyland and Disneyworld will again mandate masks. Anytime a cast member or a guest is inside of a building or attraction, also on buses and on the monitor. Rail, regardless of vaccination status. It comes as covid cases arising here in California and in Florida, and the CDC is recommending masking indoors because of the Delta variant. ABC's Alex Stone, a spacecraft test run ABC is Tony Marino United Launch Alliance is set to launch its Atlas five rocket with Boeing's CST 100 Starliner spacecraft on top of it to the international space station. The test, which was postponed in 2020 due to the pandemic will be the second on crude, Ted The first run failed in 2019 due to software issues. The launch is set for 2 53 Friday afternoon from the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida. Lionel Moise ABC NEWS, Marcus, My Goldman Sachs offers a high yield savings account with a rate that can earn you four times the national average banks.
South African Firm to Make Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine, First in Africa
"Manufacturer Pfizer says a south African firm will begin producing the FISA biotech cope with nineteen vaccine the announcement is important because it will be the first time that the vaccine will be produced in Africa the bio vaccines to to to based in Cape Town manufacturing the vaccine for distribution across the continent buy a doc will receive large batch ingredients for the vaccine from Europe will blend the components put them in vials and package them the old wood movement with production kicking off in twenty twenty two the goal is to reach more than one hundred million Finnish doses annually South Africa is relying upon the FISA vaccine in its mass inoculation drive I'm Charles de Ledesma
Why White Progressives Have Such a Hard Time Confronting Racism
"Robin diangelo. Welcome back to the podcast. Thank you so much for having me. I'm so excited to be with you again. So we talked a year ago. I little bit just a month or so more than a year ago and probably the most memorable moment came at the very end when you made me cry totally took me by surprise but you know it came it. Hit at this time When i think it was just before the killing of george floyd yes and you know i was already dealing with a just a lot of stuff so to have a white person just out of nowhere apologized to me for. Racism was just more than my. My heart could bear in that moment. But you are back because you have what i'm calling part two of your first book which is white Why it's so hard for white people to talk about racism. Your new book is nice. Racism how progressive white people perpetuate racial harm. And i remember in our conversation about white fragility. How i think i also thank you for putting doesn't making a point of talking about white progressives and just how and i so agree being a black person and my black friends and i have talked about this. How white progressives can be some of the worst people we have to deal with. Why did you feel is important to and you write about white progressives in white fragility why did you feel. It was important to put the focus. The laser beam focused on white progressives in in nice races waiting for two reasons. One white progresses are my people. I usually progressive. And that's who. I'm around all the time and i think that the patterns and the forms of resistance that you see from people we would not call white. Progressives are pretty easy easy to see pretty explicit. I think it's harder to put your hands on the ways. That folks like me in at racism.
Three Core Reminders for Spiritual Practice
"So i am recording here from cape cod. Where it's drizzling. And i send all my heartfelt best wishes to those that have been going through these incredible heat waves but i wanted to talk about for this class is something i've discovered over the decades of spiritual practice and that is that there are three particular reminders about practice that come up over and over again and that have i'd say most guided my practice and many others. I've talked to have felt the same. That these three are the kind of key remembrances and the first one is wake up from thoughts. Move from that space of being lost in thought to witnessing the fact of thoughts so that we can release the grip of of judgments and stories and beliefs that are keeping us small. Wake up from stocks. No one elderly woman recently. Spoke very a wistfully to me about how this gift of learning to see. Oh it's just a bod. How much not having to believe for. Thoughts has made a difference in our life and how many years went by that. She really felt imprisoned by the circling stories and judgments. So that's the first. Wake up from box by the way that doesn't mean get rid of the hot suggest means no they're going on. The second is fuel the fumes that are here. You know open to the vulnerability that's often in our bodies and hearts and when we get the knack of that of of staying present with vulnerability or difficult emotions what happens is our presence intensifies. It becomes more spacious more tender. And there's a real quality of freedom that comes with that
Energy and Sustainability Strategy at the City of Cape Town
"Qadri. Welcome give us a brief introduction to your background and current role. Thank you very much for the opportunity to have this discussion with you today. so again. Skudra ness on the executive director for energy and climate change in the city of cape town exciting portfolio simply because the city's one of the most progressive in the country when it comes to their action wants to take with energy and climate change so my background is mainly in the engineering side. And i come out of its originally. But at the same time. I've spent extensive periods of time national governments and also a ceo of the national energy give bit institutes navy so looking at the current state of the sector. What are the major challenges that you face and also the impact of the pandemics. And how's the city managing you. What at the moment you know facing multiple shocks within the system as a whole so particularly if you look at the the prolonged drought that was experienced. Probably the worst in in terms of recorded history. We inexperienced both the fix of the job and in coupled to that of course has been the impact of loud shitting which has been a constant issue for us since two thousand and seven when it first materialized
Ty Seidule Went From Revering Robert E. Lee to Being One of His Fiercest Detractors
"Ties julie. Thank you so much for. Coming to the podcast. Oh jonathan my absolute pleasure to be here. Thank you for inviting me. I found out about your book. Your book has been out for more than a year. Now right no. It came out the end of january this year. Oh the end of january. This year. Because i got an email from rancher now who is the pulitzer prize winning author of biographies on alexander. Hamilton george washington. The latest one grant and He sent me an email and he said you must read. You must read robert e lee and me by ties egeli. You have to read it It is right up your alley. And i'm so glad he recommended it and i'm so glad i read it because it truly is something i've been dying to read and that is a white southerner taking on race racism but most importantly the myth of the lost cause And so how about we. Just start right at the beginning. Who were you when you were a young kid. Growing up in virginia. Who did you want to model your life after jonathan i. It's crazy to say it. But i wanted to be like robert e lee and i did. My first. chapter book was about robert e lee. My dad taught at a school in northern virginia. Where the descendants of robert e lee were He was the ultimate virginia. Gentlemen and educated christian gentleman and everything in my life in alexandria led me to believe that he was that he was this great person. If it's like that old movie Spinal tap on a scale of one to ten. I would have said lee was in eleven you know and even though i was a good episcopalian went to church every sunday. I was ahead. Acolyte later in high school i would have jesus in the four five six range so it wasn't as though is that i saw lee as good i it was reverential.
Water Strategy and Future Thinking
"Michael waste is executive director for water and waste at the city of cape town will be discussing. The city's water strategy. They thinking and future plans but before we get into that mike. Welcome give us a briefing action to your role and background. Thanks a lot dan. it's great to be with you when free said he's africa. This is the topic. I care a lot about something. That i've with unprofessionally for most of my career i'm currently executive director and water and waste for city of town and i've had that johnson's December the twenty one thousand nine hundred prior to that. I was director warren sanitation. This makes me accountable. The which and sanitation department is whether the southern waste department in the city. It's a big department. We've got four million customers of cape capetown. Twenty thousand kilometers of pipeline of the four thousand stores seven ran budget a prior to this position. I worked for the world bank for sixteen years in Eastern europe saab asia. Africa have twenty five years experience in the sector But originally a civil engineer from uc team with a postgraduate qualifications from left brand the uk and princeton university. And the us.
Rashad Robinson Is a Leader Fighting for Equity and Justice
"Rashad robinson. Welcome to the podcast. Thanks for having me. I am so glad we are able to do this conversation one because it's the last possible episode a of pride month but also because of where we are in the country right now and if there is one person to talk to about this sort of inter sexual moment we're in right now in our country. You are that person. So i'm just going to throw out this broad. Brush question to you and ask you. What would you say is the state of our union given the perch that you're in right now. Yeah i mean given the purge. I'm in right now. She's been thinking about this. A lot and i was thinking about this. A lot as we lost congressman. John lewis and thinking about all of the political In policy change that happened during his time. During that era of the sixties the voting rights act civil rights. Act spending time with Congressman john lewis sort of later in his in his tenure. I don't think we're in that same era of big serve structural policy change. I think were in this moment of deep cultural shift. You saw it last summer. When racial justice became a majoritarian issue doesn't mean there isn't backlash. But what. I mean by racial justice becoming majoritarian issues. That many people thought the best we could do in terms of activism at that time was clap outside of our windows are uplift investigative journalism and it was racial justice that moved people to the street. Move people to action led to upticks voter. Registration
A Rave Review for the Morphe Continuous Setting Mist
"The molefi. Continuous setting missed. I've spoken about this. I've recommended it before his eighty he loved movie. I don morphine. Morphine more v. It's twenty four dollars however murphy always has specials and it lost. It's just like a lot of the times as setting spray is a spray. Yes this is a missed. Like like a d yoder and our hairspray hoping the finest myst- off needs to be fine. It's just great and really makes you make up stay. I was gonna say the one to stay or the one to hydrate a little bit of both. I would say with i love. How juicy capes me looking because you can use it chops throughout the day as well but it definitely helps you makeup style and you can either use it just as a normal person would goes. Are you missed. But i did see on tiktok and are tried and all really effective you completely secure beauty blender with the mist and then you press the beauty blenda into your skin with the sending msd on it and it was way to do it to left me really glowing as well and it didn't move anything which i thought was quite and so then you had to touch up on top of that could you or is it. Said it's not one of those ones. You hate oh absolutely everything everything could ever use. Remember those days. One hundred percent us to do not have the worst skin
Interview With ULA's Tory Bruno
"Hello and welcome to the czech six. Podcast i'm jen. Damasio executive editor for defense and space. I'm here with space editor. Irene clots a very special guest tori bruno the president and ceo of the united launch alliance. That means he's the principal strategic leader of the organization overseeing all the business management and operations but the real reason why. We're very excited to have him with us. Today is that you a. Is on the verge of launching. Its new vulcan centaur rocket and that might be a good place to start the discussion the upcoming launch. So maybe you can open with that and tell us a little bit about the vulcan in this particular mission sure so woken is is in fabrication right. Now we've actually built the first booster already. It's not the first one that will fly. It's the first one we built a can fly in its down at cape canaveral annette's brand new mobile launch on the recall. The vlt vulcan mobile launch platform in its path. Finding for us in tanking tests. It's making sure all of the software and launch hardware and support equipment. That is involved as working properly. One of the things people probably would never guess maybe they would if they thought about it but the launch pad is actually win more complicated than the rocket. there's all kinds of pneumatic hydraulic systems and electrtonics and whatnot. So that i booster has down there doing that. It's been doing that for several months. The actual booster that we will fly first gazette. One will go back into line when it's done in flight later the one that will fly. I is in the factory right now being built. We've just put the tanks together so it looks like a booster in getting the other things that will go on it. The the pacing item. I think i've shared with irene before is still the beef or blue origin rocket engines and to sort of. Put it in context. You know whenever you develop a new rocket. You're pacing item is always software unless you have a new engine and it's always engine
The Foragers Dilemma with Alexis Nikole Nelson
"Wanna ask you about your background. So i know you're not the first generation of of nelson or whatever surname. There is on your maternal side in this in the ohio. You've talked a bit about your mom's relationships with plants and what you learned from her. But i also know it goes even further back than that. So how far back. You want to tell me about how that kind of relationship with the land is part of your family. Oh absolutely so. We're very lucky because not not every person of color especially not every black person in the united states is lucky enough to be able to trace a lot of their familial history back on my mom's side of the family with her father they'd been they've been in the united states since the sixteen hundreds they were farmers in new england after the revolutionary war. And with my mom's mom's side of the family with my my nanna. She was a second generation. Cape verde an immigrant to the cape cod area and with a lot of bigger and immigrant families. A lot of them brought foraging practices with them and i mean my nanna was like working in the cranberry bogs in the nineteen thirties. To help better support her family and bats a whole lot of exposure to plant lice. But you just get to learn about with each passing day while you're out there so tell me more about that. She was picking the cranberries and selling them for a while. Picking the cranberries for a someone else's business which one of many reasons why i think being a forager of colour is very revolutionary as because nine times out of ten historically in even in the present day you're a person of color and are attending the land it is typically for someone else's game and that person tends to be richer and unfortunately often quieter than you and so when you go back far enough has some sort of connection to foraging because none of us would be here wasn't for that action but for the indigenous people who are already here like that. That was food that was eating and then a lot of those indigenous folks in turn taught black people who were enslaved. Those same tips and tricks in about the same kinds of plants because as a black person living on a plantation. You're lucky if you were getting enough to eat to sustain the kind of duress you were putting your body there every day so it was smart to know how to forage. How trap how to fish how to hunt so you could better take care of yourself. Better take care of your family and the rest of your community
Linda Thomas-Greenfield Talks About Her Experiences as a Career Diplomat
"Ambassador. Linda thomas greenfield. Thank you very much for coming to the podcast and jonathan. Thank you for inviting me. So we are speaking on the day that the president of the united states is going to do something. I didn't even know it was on the radar and that is to sign the bill into law that makes juneteenth a federal holiday. And you're going to the white house to be there for the signing talk about the significance of this day. While i just getting to this day so i i was remembering as i heard that the senate had passed. This and i was shocked because it wasn't on the radar. And i remember the battle that had to be fought to get martin. Luther king's The martin luther king holiday. And so when i heard this i i was a little surprised and i thought it can't be true it. They can't pass this and of course when he goes to the house. It'll that's when the fight will start and there was no fight and If passed and so it is historic and. I'm just
Lonnie Bunch Contextualizes This Fraught Moment in America's Racial Narrative
"Secretary lonnie bunch. Welcome back to the podcast. What a treat to be with you. Thank you for having me so in getting ready for for this interview which is probably our third or fourth. But this you're my seventh number seven interview on this podcast at after. I launched five years ago this august. Our interview was in september. Two thousand sixteen before the opening of the national museum of african american history and culture of which you are the founding director but a lot has changed since then. You went from founding director of that museum to the fourteenth secretary of the smithsonian institution's. I've got to learn to say no at some point in my life. So in in all seriousness. How has it been the transition ben from a museum director to the leader of a national if not global institution. I think first of all you realize you've got to be true to yourself. So i'm a historian so i bring that sort of vision to this and candidly. Because i had worked at air and space museum american history and then being a museum director. I really had a good sense of how the smithsonian work so. The transition was not as difficult to sort of saying. Let me learn this new institution but what it was is recognizing that my job is to make it easier for the museum. Directors for the research centers to do the work they want to do and to try to create a way that there is a vision that says here is how the smithsonian serves the american public. You mentioned you are his historian. I historian to be the leader of the smithsonian. Why do you think that is why. I think that the smithsonian has always been a place that's been driven first and foremost by science.
Lobster Diver Survives After Nearly Being Eaten by Humpback Whale
"On the high seas, And this one is a whale of a tale. His name's not Jonah. But this Cape Cod Mansour has something in common with the biblical figure now Commercial lobster diver Michael Packard was going about his business off the coast of Provincetown, Massachusetts, when he was swallowed whole by a humpback whale trapped in its gullet for nearly a minute before being coughed back up. Packard 56 was was about 35 ft. Below the surface near Herring Cove Beach at eight A.m. yesterday when the massive mantle mammal tried to tournament to breakfast, quote. All of a sudden I felt this huge shove and the next thing I knew I was it was completely black. I could since I was moving, and I could feel the whale squeezing with the muscles in his mouth. Stunned. His first thought was that he'd been snapped up by a great white shark and was done for Packard set. Yeah, Packard said he thought to himself. This is it. I'm going to die. Uh, quote. I was completely inside. It was completely black. I thought to myself, there's no way I'm getting out of here. I'm done. I'm dead. All I could think of was my boys. They're 12 and 15 years old, but when he realized he could feel no teeth He began struggling and felt the whale shaking his head and discomfort within 40 seconds. The massive mammal spit him back out into the ocean. I saw light and he started throwing his head side to side and the next thing I knew I was outside back in the water. My first thought was. I can't believe I got the situation and my second was how injured I might have been his boating, Powell salt water spraying As a sea creature surfaced and salt Packard ejected, He plucked him out of the sea and rushing to the hospital, where he was treated for soft tissue damage to his
Cape Cod Diver Survives Being Trapped in Humpback Whale's Mouth
HRC's Alphonso David on the Fight for LGBTQ Equality
"Alphonso david. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you thank you so much for having me. Jonathan okay so You are the president of the human rights campaign the largest lgbtq so rights organization in the country. And as such. Mr president ask you. What is the state of lgbtq plus america right now. The state of lgbtq america right now is strong. We have more than seventy percent of voters in this country that supported quality. We have more than two thirds of americans in this country that oppose lgbtq rights. Unfortunately that message is not being delivered to the elected officials in state offices across the country. We have more than two hundred and fifty bills have been introduced in state legislatures around the country. More than two hundred and fifty anti lgbtq bills. These are bills. There are seeking to deny our very existence. These are bills that are seeking to deny transgender people from using restrooms consistent with their gender identity from playing in sports consistent with their gender identity denying public school teachers the ability to teach about lgbtq issues using religion as a way to discriminate against lgbtq people. So unfortunately we are in a position today where we have elected officials in states across the country more than forty states that have introduced anti lgbtq bills that do not honor the principles of our democracy and certainly ignore the will of the people more than seventy percent. That do support equality.
Ransomware Attack Hits Ferry to Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard
"Attack has hit the primary ferry service that runs from Cape Cod to the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Website and reservation system are down as Jeanette Barnes of member Station C. AI reports. It's unclear how long the service will take to recover. The steamship Authority says the attacks started early Wednesday. Fairies are running, but passengers who are often traveling from afar have to buy tickets in person. Annamarie Gavin of Burlington, Vermont, says she noticed something was wrong when she tried to confirm her departure time. So is on. I will the log in as of seven a.m. this morning. And I wish I could have checked my very time because I ended up being a little late. A Steamship Authority official declined to say whether the attacker has demanded money. The authorities said on Twitter that vehicle reservations will be honored. That's likely to be a source of worry for customers who have to book months in advance.
"cape" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart
"Caroline Rose Giuliani, , thank you so much for coming on the podcast whereas thank you for having me. . So the headline on your appease is attention grabbing Rudy Giuliani is my father please everyone vote for Joe Biden and Kamala. . Harris. . What on earth, , feel compelled to go public with your support of the ticket that's trying to beat your father's clients life just like our country is in such a state of crisis and has been for so long. . It really reached a boiling point for me and it is attention grabbing I guess jeans have a way of being able to do that but I was hoping I could use that attention for something. . Than hopefully, inspiring , people to vote and believe that Joe Biden and calmly can start turning this country around in the piece you write about a briefly about how as growing up you would get into arguments with your father political arguments, , and if memory serves those arguments didn't go well yeah. . They were just like so many people across America have these difficult conversations with their family and you know it's taxing. It's . hard always but I was always grateful to be having conversations even when they were challenging and difficult because I think it trained me to be able to stand up for what I believe in in a way. . You know you also right and this is aside from the headline. . This was to me one of the more arresting paragraphs read if being the daughter of polarizing mayor who became the president's personal bulldog has taught me anything it is that corruption starts with yes. . Men and women the cronies who create an Echo Chamber of lies and subservience to maintain their proximity to power. . We've seen this ad Nauseam with trump and his cadre. . Of High. level. . . Sycophants parenthesis the ones who weren't convicted anyway and parenthesis. . That's pretty hard stuff to say especially when one of those people is Your Dad Yeah I've spent a lot of my life observing just because I've had access to sort of such an interesting and unusual world observing the effects of Ayman, , power on people in general, , not just auditions but even people in Hollywood and it's something that's very interesting to me as. . Like a psychological subject. . So I spent a lot of time thinking about that and just watching the last four years how trump has just evolved into this ego mania I mean he was already there but devolve further it just sort of highlighted for me the reasons behind that, , and that's because he has his echo chamber of lies around him. . The piece starts with this great inning line. . I have a difficult confession something I usually save for at least the second date my father is Rudy Giuliani. . What is the reaction of people whether they are people you're on dates with even out in the world you're a filmmaker in Los Angeles how do people react when they find out? ? Oh my God. . You're his daughter. . It's been an interesting ride through life's sort of like navigating how to reveal that information to people because through many phases, , some phases where I just didn't tell anybody I didn't want anybody to know I wanted man identity and then I grew to consulate place where I would only help you. . But when I trust down, , then there was a phase in my life where I told people at the time that was funniest to me. . Has Jets. . Get Very, , you know people are very surprised especially given how different my values are and how different I am as arson and the things I focus on, , and now I basically just helped meatball if there's ever something in my life that's related to that fact I sort of don't hold back and trust that people can see me for me and see that that's something that. . Helps shake my experiences but then much much more than that. . How hard was it for you to come to terms with who you are who your family is then to be able to stand in your own space in your own truth as your own person yeah. I . mean I've always had a really strong drive and to have that solo identity and to tell stories that are. . Up to stigmatize things in the world and create more empathy. . So I think I've always had fairly strong idea of what I want to do. . It was more the difficulty around people keep me in that box even though I'm expressing myself. . So that's why I went through the phases of hiding at. . It's it's been a journey but I'm grateful for the experience of sort of like having to navigate that <unk> given so many opportunities as well not because of my name but just simply because I am very, , very privileged upbringing and I'm extremely lucky and I'm so grateful for that
"cape" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart
"I'm Jonathan Kaye part and this is Cape Up when you see the stories involving your your father, how did they hit you? How do they make you feel you know it's painful. It's challenging. It's all of that. But you know, I think we're all being challenged. That's filmmaker Caroline Rose Giuliani the daughter of Rudy Giuliani the former mayor of New, York, city, and president trump's personal attorney in a conversation that was recorded just days before. Her father's controversial scene in the movie came to Light Carolina rose talks about the Syrian column she wrote in Vanity Fair that outlined the case against trump and and why she's supporting Joe.
"cape" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart
"MJ Hagar Welcome. . Hi. . Jonathan. . Thanks for having me on. . So okay. . I I had a set first question, , but I'm going to ask my own separate question and that is we started out the clip intro this moment. . With your doors add. . You ran when you ran the last time to me was one of the most powerful political ads had seen perhaps ever was it important for you to tell your story in that way? ? You know I think part of why it was. . So powerful was the moment that it played in. . In that moment people were. . Being exposed to the horrors of family separation, , for example. . And the fact that it resonated so much with people almost. . Sad. . I want it to be successful, , but it was also kind of disheartening to hear so many people reach out to the campaign and say, , yes, , that was me I had doors closed in my face to I've been trying to advocate for. . Disability rights because my child has down syndrome or whatever it was that they were trying to be heard by other elected officials and they completely You know empathize with that that experience of going to DC and having your elected officials closed door in your face and treat you like if you're not a big donor or you don't have any political capital to barter with and you don't matter. . And so it was kind of a bittersweet thing. . It was great that it got the campaign so much attention but it broke my heart a little that people were. . So gut punched over family separation and and so used to their government just not working for them that the message really resonated with people. . And so you you lost that. . That that ad was made for and now you're running for for US Senate most polls I've seen have you around by points within five points of Senator Cornyn the Cook Political Report classifies your race as likely are which I expected to be solid are given whose Senator Cornyn is from your perspective how is the race looking? ? Well you know I mean if you I love you know just talking about like the INS and outs of the data although I do think the data shows. . That, we , have a much better shot than Beto did against Ted Cruz a lot of people think that beddoe crews race that if anybody you know. . If we couldn't beat Ted Cruz and we can't beat anybody in Texas. . It's actually not true independent voters really like Ted Cruz Ted Cruz had a fifty two percent approval rating when he wants went up against Beto. . and. . Better almost beaten and John Cornyn has an approval rating of anywhere from twenty eight to thirty two and the vote exactly the same way, , and so you have to try to figure out what the differences between the white has one why once a while popular in Texas and one's not And, , the reason that <hes> that John Cornyn is not so popular is because he there's not an independent bone in his body. . He just does he's told he does as he's told by his corporate special interests he does he's told by his party leaders and. . You know that's very Texan. . It's very Texan to have backbone and grit and integrity and stand up for your principles and so <hes>. . You know I don't really look at polling that much. . Even fivethirtyeight recently said that <hes> Democrats in Texas are always going out will recently at least maybe not always are outperforming the polling in part because you poll people with a reliable voting history and we've been forty nine hundred fiftieth in voter turnout for decades. . So who's reliable voter anymore when when you have double or triple the turnout at the polls, , a lot of the people showing up to vote which by the way the people who are getting. . Engaged to go and vote who haven't been reliable voters tend to be not good news for whatever political party is in power right? ? So we expect to outperform the Coles the polling we're we're a lot closer than Beto was in the polling against Ted Cruz and yet he's still almost beat him. . So I, , have every confidence that. . After the debate we only have one scheduled that Cornyn. . has agreed to he has kind of chickened out on the other to even though he told the Texas Tribune that he would be. . Willing to do more. . I think that he knows that he can't run on his record I. . think he knows that the more Texans learn about him the worse it is for him we pick up a lot more of those independent undecided voters because my vision for this state is a lot more in line with Texas values in. . Want. .
"cape" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"Have the woods hole oceanographic institute so it was founded in nineteen thirty? It's the largest independent oceanographic research institute in the US and scientists and engineers from their travel the globe from the coast to the deepest depths to tackle questions ranging from climate change to oil spills and ocean acidification in September nineteen eighty five a joint french-american expedition led by Jacques. Louis Michel of Premier and Rubber Ballard of the Woods Hole Institute identified the location of the wreck of the titanic cool. There are really cool. Is there a really cool Organization that's there lots at low toll vessels and they said they have underwater ones. They've some submarines they have some above water ships? You know regular shailer ships. Yeah so yeah a lot of coming out of woods hole there that's cool and also just extra tidbit the CAPE COD or the Cape. Cod type of cocktail consisting. Vodka and cranberry juice cranberries are very big up in Massachusetts especially around the Plymouth area and the Cape Cod region. So that's why the cranberry juice drink comes from there. Another North American Cape Cape Fear. Oh yeah the movie. Yes exactly like the movie. So fear is a headland that just into the Atlantic Ocean from bald head island on the coast of North Carolina. It's for the intersection of two sweeping arcs of shifting low Lang beach that are the result of longshore currents that also formed the frying pan shoals which are part of the Graveyard of the Atlantic man. This place sounds scary. There are more than six hundred ships that wrecked in this section one end in this section of the ocean as victims of shallow shoals storms in war. That's the graveyard of the Atlantic so The NAME FOR CAPE. Fear comes from the fifteen eighty five expedition of Sir Richard Grenville. He was sailing to Roanoke Island and his ship became stuck behind the Cape. Some of the crew were afraid they would wreck giving rise to the name Cape Fear but Interestingly Cape Fear is the fifth oldest surviving English place name in the United States. Oh Wow that's cool isn't it? It's funny that we can track that kind of you know. The you mentioned the movie Cape Fear. Originally the original film came out in nineteen sixty two so that was adapted by James. Our web from the nineteen fifty seven novel the executioners by John D. McDonald in the film concerns an attorney whose family is being stopped by a criminal. He helped to send to jail. So that was a Neo Noir. Psychological thriller starring Robert. Mitchum Gregory Pack Martin Balsam and polly. Bergen it was remade. Nineteen ninety-one Martin Scorsese starring like Robert Deniro as the the very scary criminal guy But three of the main actors from the nineteen sixty two version did appear in the remake. So that was kind of neat. Oh that's cool. Yeah that's I mean. That's probably if you don't vacation in the outer banks that's probably how you've heard of Cape Fear is is through the movie. Yeah Yeah no. I have never a vacation in the outer bass. Well you're missing out because apparently because there you also have Cape Hatteras saw Abedin in a thin broken strain of islands. In North Carolina that arch out into the Atlantic Ocean Ocean from the US mainland and back toward the mainland creating a series of islands between the Outer Banks and the mainland so for thousands of years these barrier islands have survived onslaughts of wind and Sea Cape Hatteras is also the nearest landmass on the North American mainland to Bermuda which is only about six hundred forty eight miles or five hundred sixty three nautical miles to the east or southeast. I wouldn't think that Bermuda was that far north. Yes but same all right another one that we've heard of Cape May Right so that's a peninsula an island. That's divided by a narrow channel. It's the southern tip of the island is the southernmost point of the State of New Jersey. So the peninsula resides in Cape May County. Runs southward from the New Jersey mainland separates Delaware Bay from the Atlantic Ocean. Kate is named for Cornelius. Jacobsen may spelled M. E. Y. Dutch explorer working for the Dutch east. India company. Cape May is apparently famous as one of the top birding sites in North America and Cape May New Jersey. The town is one of the country's oldest vacation resort destinations entire city of Cape May is designated the Cape May historic district which is a national landmark due to its concentration of Victorian buildings. Oh how nice yes. We're going ahead a little bit south and go to Cape Sable. So that's the southern most point of the United States mainland and mainland Florida. It's located in south western Florida in his part of the everglades National Park. They have three prominent points there on Cape Sable the east. Cape which is the actual southernmost point of Florida and the United States mainland It also is the location of Lake. Ingram which the southernmost lake in the United States the Middle Cape also known as palm point and then the North West Cape and has a lot of lakes and beaches and again it's part of the everglades national park. So there's a Lotta. There's a lot of things down there. But yeah like you've you've obviously been which is like the real southern EST like part of the United States and the continental us but but this is the part of the mainland. This is the southernmost point and the mainland but also in Florida Cape Canaveral. Ooh That's in. I'm Brevard County Florida. It's near the center of the state's Atlantic coast. I'm this is actually known as Cape Kennedy from nineteen sixty three to nineteen seventy-three in his part of a region known as the space coast. Yeah of the Cape Canaveral Air Force station so since many. Us spacecraft have been launched from both the station and the Kennedy Space Center on adjacent Merritt Island. The two are sometimes conflated with one another. Oh so they're not the same thing. Kennedy Space Center is on Merritt Island as opposed to Cape Canaveral. I say okay It Omar shoots spacefaring heritage the Florida Public Service Commission allocated area code three to one as in a launch countdown to the Cape Canaveral area Okay that's cute. Yeah Nice job. Queue and other features of that Cape include the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse in Port Canaveral. Which is one of the busiest cruise ports in the world. Where oh I believe. It used to be one of the busiest crew. We'll see where we'll see. We'll see where the future takes us. Also I guess we'll see In Mexico you have Kabo San Lucas or something. Sometimes people just call it Kabo So that's a resort city. At the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula in the Mexican state of California Sir Cabo San Lucas is known for its beaches scuba diving. Locations in the sea arch are good. The Kabo San Lucas is very good life. So that's Kabo in Spanish means Cape in English. You see that it out heading down to South America. I know it's okay. I'm not GONNA do it. I'm not GONNA do it. I was GONNA say everybody else out there. You can you picture a CAPE IN SOUTH AMERICA? And if you said Cape Horn than you're right. So porn porn is the southernmost Hedlund of the Sierra del Fuego archipelago southern Chile. And it's located on the small or knows island. So it's not the most southerly point of South America. That's actually the Diego's GonNa Islands. Cape Horn marks the northern boundary of the drake passage and marks where the Atlantic and Pacific oceans meet. Oh okay cool so k. Porn was discovered and first rounded in sixteen sixteen by the Dutchman Willem Schouten who named it after the city of Hoon in the Netherlands to WHO and for Decades Cape Horn was a major milestone on. The Clipper Route Because sailing ships carried trade around the world and the waters around. Cape Horn particularly hazardous owns a strong winds large waves strong currents and also sometimes icebergs so yeah. The need for boats and ships around Cape Horn was actually ended up being greatly reduced when the Panama Canal opened in Nineteen Fourteen Austria failing around Cape Horn is still widely regarded as one of the major challenges in yachting and it is believed that more than ten thousand sailors have perished Rounding Cape Horn. Oh my God see this is why again. Do not go out into the sea. It is not gonNA. It's not gonNA treat you right. Not For us. Not For us see is a dangerous place. How many times? I have to tell you the whole reason why I started. This podcast was to warn you about space and the sea and to teach people to really obscure fashion design. Exactly have written on my whiteboard. Just remember that Cape Horn is one of the great capes. We'll tell you a little bit more about that a minute okay. Moving along to another continent going to Africa. You have the Cape of Good Hope. Yes. Isn't that sound nice? Good Hope it's a rocky Headland Atlantic coast of the Cape Peninsula in South Africa. So when following the western side of the African coastline from the equator the Cape of Good Hope marks the point where ship begins to travel more eastward than southward the first modern rounding of the Cape was in fourteen eighty eight Portuguese and it was a milestone in the attempts by the Portuguese to establish trade relations with the Far East. A common misconception. Is that the Cape of good. Hope is the southern tip of Africa instead that is Actually Cape. I'll go haas which translates into the Cape of needles. That's the geographic southern tip of the African continent in the beginning of the dividing line between the Atlantic and Indian oceans. The Cape of Good Hope also called Cape Colony has also been of special two sailors. Many of whom referred to it simply as the Cape. So it's a way point on the Cape Route. And the clipper route followed by ships to the Far East and Australia and still followed by several offshore yacht races and again keep of good hope is also one of the Great Capes Cape Good Hope is also the official home of the South African Astronomical Observatory up top and the unofficial home of more than thirty five hundred shipwrecks down below. Like Gosh so until the work of the South African Astronomical Observatory began in eighteen twenty the treacherous seas around the Cape of Good Hope saw more than five hundred years of ships battering and crashing through the South Atlantic with little to no usable stellar navigation. Established Gosh so without the positions of the southern stars accurately mapped ships were often on their own in. Unfamiliar waters are under unfamiliar skies. So the observatory. There has done a lot of a lot of work. Oh yeah you know what I never even thought about that like if you are from northern hemisphere country and you know how like Guide Yourself? Sars soon as you cross Ed equator literally. You can't look anywhere on exactly like what are we who Again you should not sale where it related to that. Also the CAPE OF GOOD. Hope is the legendary home of the ship. The Flying Dutchman Oud by tormented and damned ghostly sailors it's doomed forever to beat its way through the adjacent waters without ever succeeding in rounding the headland the Flying Dutchman. All right So two of the three great capes are Cape Horn in South America and Africa and finally in Australia. You Get Cape Lee win. That's spelled L. E. E. U. W. I N. Cape. It is the most South Westerly mainland point of the Australian continent in the state of Western Australia and Australia. It is considered the point where the Indian Ocean meets the Southern Ocean. Okay the war Dandy Aboriginals. Were the first peoples in the area. And they called it. Do Gallup I like that better but okay. Yeah me too. The English navigator Matthew flinders named Cape Lou and after the first known ship to visit the area the Lewin a Dutch vessel that translates to lioness and so that vessel had charted some in the nearby coastline in sixteen twenty two so again. That's the third Grade Cape so I guess yachters like to around the mall. I mean it's like a big deal if you get around all if you're able to navigate around all three. I don't know if you have to do it in the same trip word. But it's a you know. It's a sign of accomplishment did. We haven't talked about Europe yet so Cape nor the kin and or decay. I N N is the northernmost point on the northern peninsula in Norway it's on northern peninsula in trump's Ogg finnmark county in case you're checking so that's notable for being the northernmost point of mainland Norway and by extension the northernmost point of mainland Europe. Okay ignored catching up. And then Kabo Roka or Cape Roca is a Cape which forms the westernmost point of the central mountain range of mainland Portugal and so that is the westernmost point of continental Europe and the Eurasian landmass is Kaberuka in Portugal cool. Yep those are all the ones I wanted to talk about it all the Kate. All the Cape's I wanted to talk about and just some Bonus Cape Info for you. I know leaves a little bit at the top but the Cape of Matador is called a Maleta in it has traditionally always been read but not really for any bull related reason so bulls can't see red they're actually calling line to it but they react to the erratic movement of the Cape itself and that's why they charge. Actually Maleta is actually only used in the final third act of a bullfight like they just like get in the ring with the with the came.
"cape" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart
"I'm Jonathan Cape Part and this is Cape Up Benjamin crump. In attorney for the family of Ahmad arbitrary is perfectly clear on his view of what happened to the twenty five year old Black Man jogging near his Georgia home. On February twenty third chased him let community until they caught up with and then they executed him like a modern day. Mitch if crump's name sounds familiar. It's because he was the lawyer for the family of Trayvon Martin. The seventeen year old shot and killed by a neighborhood watch volunteer in Florida on February. Twenty Sixth Twenty twelve listen to crump talk about the eerie similarities between the February. Twenty twenty killing of the MoD arbitrary and the February twenty twelve killings of Trayvon Martin. Right Down Attorney Benjamin crump thank you very much for coming on the PODCAST. Thank you fabric down at their decades covering. They're for the story. So you and I got to know each other eight years ago because of the the killing of trayvon Martin and the similarities between the killing of Trayvon Martin and the killing of a Marbury are really. It's kind of Irie. Could you bring us up to up to speed on on the facts of the case as as we talk right? Now I'll tell you have ever similar those fat X. Between tricky behind and Ahmad Aubrey navigate tragically Ahmad. Aubrey was changed by a murderous duo of FOB. Said to a Gregory and Travis met Michaels and another man then William Brian who has yet to be arrested ads on this day. He is alleged to beat the individuals driving other a ambushed Ahmad and was taken the video recording of this execution ago. By saying a I have a teacher Johnson and Jive was on and he was a person who with are routinely. He liked to stay in shape as many people. A heat with said show as for whatever reasons we believe. We know why they did it but they suspected him of a burglary and a jumped into their pickup truck shotgun. Jonathan and a three fifty seven magnum and they chased him that community into they caught up with him and then they execute it him like a modern day mentioned. And we see on that. Video is so tragic Washing see that video. You can't see and that's what happens. We watched the execution of his young on all black man killed. We believe because he was racially profile. And the police show up and they take the words of the killer's apparently because the killers are allowed to go home and sleep in their bed. Bites while on. Albury is taken to the more you know There are so many things here In the The facts of the case that you just spelled out and I just want it there. Is the police report as it was filed in the moments after after the shooting after the killing where it says the witnesses said that arbitrary looked like a suspect who had been Breaking into that particular house and that They saw him quote unquote hauling ass down the street and when you look at the video I WanNa talk about how we got this video to begin with but when you look at the video. He's not hauling. Ass Johnson. He's doing what most people in America he is. Simply interest is and you know you put in contact. They come up with some a believable reasons. The killers down. It's you'd think about a walking while driving while black Both in general it is apartment literal while blatch Trae Bob more walking home while blatch may is submitted things Attia Jefferson sitting in her house living while black and now we come to Amman Albury and he's just Jonathan Wa black. They suspected him for that. All right let's talk about the McMichael's Chavis Michael Is the person who had the shotgun And fired the shots. That killed Ahmed Arbitrary and George. Mcmichael is the father who is standing in the back of the pickup truck with a three fifty seven magnum. A talk about why Gregory McMichael in particular is problematic in this case. Certainly we believe that the police did not arrest these murderous fob and said do also the cost Gregory met. Michael was a former police officer and had a thirty year. Employment will as a detected as a DA with the local district attorney. Glenn cowards so we believe they did not want to arrest their friends their colleagues and so that is what reason. We suspect Jonathan that they didn't arrest him. The other reason is even more heinous. We believe because Aubrey was a young for American that the police simply took the word of his white careless that he was up to no good that he was committing a burglary without doing any of appropriate investigation. Apparently because you know if he was A. Where's the burglar's mask? Where's the Burgers toes whereas the burger bags you know whereas the incident allegations of burglaries in this neighborhood? In the past says they suspended he had committed burglaries before. Or is it simply? They know that he wasn't a burger but it didn't matter because they had made a decision that they were not going to rest their France. Who happened to me? The killing this young black man and how many how many people had to recuse themselves from this case. So the District Attorney District Attorney's I think three were on the third one right. Now we are on the third district attorney right now. The First District Attorney Jackie Jackson I had to recuse herself at Ledge conflicts adventurous and May as also a big controversial Bruin thousand even with police saying well. Maybe we need to file. Charges have been list that she told them not to file charges now. She disputes this claim. But that issue should be a best wail furthermore Bud Heart in Waycross Georgia district attorney debt also had to recuse himself but Nash Conflicts. Elba Jonathan This district. Attorney born to write a memorandum of law a memorandum from his perspective that there was no criminal that took place and that the killing of Abbad al-boraey by John. Greg and Travis met Michaels with justified weekday. That is completely inappropriate. If he had a conflict of interest the he should abide by the rules canons of ethics and not try to put his thumb on the scales of justice to try to make. It is phrasing colleagues who he has a conflict of interest from sitting in judgment. Now you've been mentioning The the name of Barnhart his his name is Barnhill George Barnhill but here's the thing the New York Times in its story about this about this. Killing has this paragraph. I want you to respond to this. It says in an email Mr Barnhill wrote to the State Attorney General's office on April Seventh He asked to be taken off the case stating that his son an assistant district attorney in the Brunswick Prosecutors Office had handled a felony probation revocation case involving Mr Arbitrary. He also said Gregory McMichael had helped with a quote cravey's prosecution of our Berry Court records show that Mr Berry was convicted of shoplifting and violent and of violating probation in two thousand eighteen. According to local news reports he was indicted five years earlier for taking a handgun to a basketball game. So I have two questions I do. You contend that the relationships between Mr Barnhill and Mr McMichael play mightily in there being he and his son being able to stay out of jail for seventy four days absolutely. I think it was the good old boy network that was working against the interests of justice for the dead of black man and working for the bits. It of these white men who had upped pre-bus Admit with Law Enforcement and were colleagues as absolutely. This is what helped them to remain three sleeping in their own beds at night. Seven four days while it was dead in the ground Now the second question is and what's in that paragraph from the New York Times story that I read our job Mr Berries involvement in the criminal justice system. Can you talk to the the previous the previous prosecution? The the Being convicted of shoplifting. Violation of probation the Being indicted for taking a handgun to a basketball game. What do you say to people who read those those things from Mr Bury's arteries past and that gives them pause? Where is they're trying to assassinate his care to them and they have a SAS innate.
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"And welcome to Cape Up in July Twenty. Eighteen election forecaster and analysts. Rachel Pittock offer did something extraordinary but not only did she say the Democrats would retake the house. She predicted the number of seats and she was only off by one. She's been sought after prognosticator. Ever since you're not going to want to miss one minute of what Bitta cover has to say yes. She says Biden will be the Democratic nominee. Yes she says. Democrats will win the White House back. Yes Senators Susan Collins Cory Gardner and Doug Jones Art Toast. The question is how does she know this? Why is she so certain? Find out right now. Rachel.
"cape" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart
"And one of the costs is. They've made it harder to vote because they and they directed it. This isn't directed suburbs. This isn't directed at the rural areas. This is directed at areas of people of color college students. That's who they're directing it at because they know those people tend to vote democratic now, I'm not doing this for political reasons. I would I would open up voting rights everywhere. Republican democrat I'd make it as easy as could be in Wyoming as well as in, you know, the district of Columbia now why why should these are such polarized time? So that can imagine a Republican listening to you right now. And I do have Republicans who listen. But who would say be one yourself, John? I thought you were wanted to see that's the thing. Everyone thinks I was a Republican. No, no, this is a scoop. Listeners mar hearing from. Mario Cuomo 's speech or the democratic convention in eighty four was the speech that made me realize I was a democrat. But back to when I was what I was going to ask. You know, we're Bush president they have become a war machine. How could Mitch McConnell? Say that HR one is how could he be critical of it like it helps the Democrats? I mean, this is not an issue of democrat Republican. But this is how the hard right Republicans think and they push everybody with them. So Republicans listening to this should know that use that this is not for political reasons. This look I wouldn't deny it in most cases, it will benefit more Democrats than Republicans. Just because of the way voting words, but that is not what our intent is our intent is make easier for everyone democrat Republican independent vegetarian. Anyone to vote? Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer of the great state of New York. Thank you very much for being on the John for sharing this news. Great great to be here. Great to be here. Wow. Thanks for listening to Cape up. Tune in every Tuesday, you can find us on apple podcasts and Stitcher and how about doing me a huge favor subscribed rate and review us. I'm trying to think K part of the Washington Post. You can find me on Twitter at Cape heart. Jay. If you like keep up with Jonathan Cape art us, a check out some of our other great podcasts. Like can he do that a podcast that explores the powers and limitations of the American presidency or try post
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"And you know, the main thing on my mind was was just a frankly, the the main thing on my mind at the time was it was coming at this period. Where south bend was getting more where I was getting more attention and south bend to. And I was thinking about what that meant for south bend. And and how I could use that benefit the city more. Look part of being in politics is people come along all the time and put big ideas in your head the question, you gotta ask yourself about every step. You take from the first time you run for any office to the moment when you decide it's time to move on and have your life back or the voters decide that for you, the the questions you've got to ask our where do I belong is there some match between what a given community or district were state or country needs and what I have to offer. And and how can I make myself useful? And those are questions that you'll read all sorts of things about yourself that that may affect the the way that the the you're perceived with the end of they you've got to answer that question for yourself. But how does it reading those words come on as a politician as an American politician to have someone of the stature? Of Frank Bruni say I believe I've met the first gay president. It had to have given us some kind of. I I don't know. I'd like Tinkerbell floating around like I never thought I'd be in this position. I'd have these words said about me. Well, I'll say this. And I don't remember the exact the exact wording there was in the article other. Remember that that headline, of course. As recently as when I was in graduate school, which image isn't that long ago? I believe that there is probably going to be a choice in my life between being out or being a public servant, at least in Indiana. And the fact that that is not an either or choice something I could not have guessed as recently, as you know, ten years ago, I think it shows how much change can happen in our politics and our country. It shows how powerful the element of surprises in in our politics, and in our country, and as anybody who's paid attention to the conditions in our country in the last few years knows there are very good surprises in very bad surprises. But for me being somebody's who's ultimately optimistic about our country in about life in general. It's a reminder of. The idea that things may be possible that seem absurd today. And I think great political vision involves selecting just a few things that seem absurd but also seem right and being one of those who make some possible Pete Buddha. Judge thirty second mayor of south bend, Indiana. Thank you very much for being on the podcast. Thanks. Thanks for listening to Cape up. Tune in every Tuesday, you can find us on apple podcasts and Stitcher and how about doing me a huge favor subscribed rate and review us. I'm trying to think K part of the Washington Post. You can find me on Twitter at Cape heart. Jay. The Washington Post's newest podcast post reports is doing something different. Every afternoon. We'll bring you stories about the state of the country number of false and misleading claims. He made on the campaign trail the last few weeks is breathtaking and the world. And I think that that is where climate change is starting to come in. It's causing fires to move more rapidly to spread more rapidly. And also to burn hotter. The stories behind the stories, and how we come to know the things, you know. That's the sound of Antarctic snow, healthy snow. Not healthy so stories a catch the reality of the world inside and outside of Washington with nuance and unflinching honesty. That's post reports. I'm routine powers, and I can't wait to share this new podcast with you get it. Now at Washington Post dot com slash post reports or wherever you get your podcasts.
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"Or people that are standing up and wanting to help provide rational means for people to have self care to come through these tragedies. What about black people? I mean, it's a it's a myth old wives tale slightly true. That we'd that's not what we do. See see one of the things about the trauma trauma leaves no visible scars. So and there's black people we so resilient as of a people as people that we believe that. We're okay. So the first step is to realize that. Would not. Okay. And that's okay that we'll emotion you have to move with it. We we tend to suppress them and think that we okay because we have to and we don't take that tile fell cells that self kids really important in the ticket a step further Gobi on the mental health professionals. It takes community leaders family leaders, the say that okay? I'm a spearhead a self care safe-space. Well, we address how do you feel are you? Okay. That's what we have to do collectively. So if something as small as a house party of ten family members community members say how are you doing with XYZ which adore we actually had to do that? In Baltimore shared your sentiments when all the shootings going on July, and they were back to back and this guy he was in the right show his permit the right to carry and I was number. So I don't I don't wanna know about anymore. I won't share anything the more. But then I realized I had a responsibility to my community because everybody you seem social media was growing number like, they didn't know how to feel. So what I did was reached out to is called the black mental health alliances. And I say I need you guys facilitate and be on guard. I'm gonna have a safe space where people can unpack they motions I had the the trust of the community. And then I had the respect of the mental health professionals. I'm a lead you support me. And that was so Maya mental at that time for everybody. Body to unpacked a motions net. We didn't even know each of it firs, but we had a share experience, but Lucy let me and let me end with you because you are part of an incredible. But tragic coalition of mothers called mothers of the movement. All of you are surrogates for for Hillary Clinton may one of the things I do believe Donald Trump has attacked you as a group saying that you're being used by Hillary Clinton to pander to the African American community if Donald Trump or here right now in this room. What would you say to him about that argument? I would say Mr. Trump there is nothing more that can be taken from his group. Mothers are supporting secretary Clinton. Most definitely the most dear important human being. And a lot of the reason why we were existing in living and breathing has been taken from us. Do you honestly believe that this group of strong determine black women could ever be used against our wishes for anything that would be in any way, shape or form? Not at our best interest for our families in our communities and our race of people at large. You are sadly mistaken, you're sadly misguided. And you have no idea who we as a race of people really are. Lucie. Make bath to one Patterson. Thank you so much for coming on. Ever happiness. Thanks for listening to Cape up. Tune in every Tuesday, you can find us on apple podcasts, and Stitcher and how about doing me a huge favor subscribe rate and review us, I'm trying to think heart or the Washington Post. You can find me on Twitter at Cape part. Jay.
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"To have talk a little bit about how do we deal with the trauma? How do we deal with this? Because I know I'm not the only one we're not the only ones who are dealing with this. You know in in my line of work. Now, we are dealing with that very thing the trauma, these tragedies in particular, even in particular with the gun violence reviver 's. There's no way you can understand the internal trauma. That it wreaks on the individuals that are suffering suffering from the gun violence, and then even the people that love them and the people that are in their communities and their families. There are not enough organizations in the country that are dealing with the mental crisis of gun violence. You know, we have organizations for alcoholics anonymous, we have organizations for breast cancer awareness. We have organizations for people that are suffering PTSD, you know, because are victims of war having gone to war. But we don't have any viable means for people that need self care with the internal mental physical traumas that they suffer from with gun violence. I would call upon the mental health community to really take apart in creating safer spaces for people to get healing because that's just not being offered right now. And the tendency for most people say as wall, okay that tragedy that was that tragedy and people go on with their lives, and they move on you know, and. The next story in the media just goes right onto the next story, but the tragedy the continuing tragedy is the, you know, the broken lives that the people that are suffering this every single day, and there is no community help. No community forum. No medical help for them there there. There's no mental Health Organization.
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"And and, you know, delving into the waters of the things that, you know, nobody wants to talk about, you know, accept the quietly talk about it at the water cooler at work or the talk about it behi-. Closed doors. The talk about it to their little community groups or the PTA, but they're afraid to talk about it to the people that will be most. Affected by the change one of the things that's affecting the change in positive ways. But also a little bit ghoulish ways is social media. The reason that the killing of Trayvon Martin took off as a national story is because folks in the community black folks in the community went on Twitter went on social media in demanding that action be taken. And I think at the at the cap event believe it was you do on who said. Because of social media people have no choice but to face this. Absolutely. I mean, I know in the work that I do with gun funds prevention a lot of the mobilizing. I would say actually, you know, a huge proportion of the mobilize in that. We that we do is specifically done on social media because that is the way in which people now are communicating and so social media has been become a very important part of creating social movements for Justice. And you you really can't have a movement without being involved in it. And and knowing that. The power of social media that is the vehicle chose to use to release my short documentary elite daily, and there was shared about huffed impose what I did was I put it in your face where you cannot refuse to acknowledge that this exactly happening. And it's a daily thing that happens inside out community often in is a two fold story community values police brutality, and I shared that story. I had to put it in your face because I represent what black men and women who are victims of polish retali- of gun violence what they can be. So when you see you see my story, and you see that are survive I represent Jordan Davis. I represent here. And make sure that he's story contained to live on and telling his mom that I will be okay. Just as he did when he heard about Trayvon Martin. He did the same thing. I do to my mother her note that her baby is, okay. Because that's how she felt when she told that to me I feel that. And I have to represent him to present right now. There's like when I go out here. I have to make sure you know, that I will be okay. And I'm representing him, and I will continue to make sure his story lives or because this who we are. He was unopposed logistic himself. He said that will not happen to me. He was certain and it wasn't. Hey, let me go ahead. And just let me find a way to make them feel comfortable. No, I have to live, and I will contain to live and he will contain to live this day. And that's why you doing the work that you do. And I commend you. I appreciate you feel the love. And I thank you. You know? As an African American and as an African American, man. The litany of cases of police involved shootings and just shootings of of African Americans has just worn down my soul to the point where I had already stopped watching the latest video of the week of someone black being being killed. I just had. No, no, I had nothing left after having written about all the other ones before. And I didn't understand just how much trauma I was suffering until a neighborhood. Local official things called it buys Reneberg council person in my neighborhood came up to me, and she said, so are you not going to write about the shooting that happened here? I mean, you write about this stuff all the time. And yet this happened a block away from where we are right now where you live. And that's when it hit me like I was so not dead. I remember leaving home that hours after it happened with my fiance. We walked out. I looked down the street and saw the motorcycle. Of the person who was killed by the police sought looked at it. Kept onto kept onto brunch. And I bring all of this up..
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"In the way, do one put it so eloquently and passionately. You're speaking not just for yourself and not just for other African American men. I mean, I I heard myself in in what you just said, and there's so much in there. To unpack their two things that I want us to try to talk about one is what we've been talking about explicitly here in that is. Implicit bias? In the other thing is this incredible sense of. Powerlessness that we all have to deal with. I know right now we're talking about African American men, but this is something that African Americans period have to have to contend with. How do we go forward? What what comes to mind? I believe we start having these conversations be on L south. We know what we're going through. And how it makes us feel. We have to stop being afraid of making people feel uncomfortable. When you uncomfortable you grow. If you're not growing, you stand stagnant in we're not seeing people uncomfortable Steph or they're not growing from this conversation. It's not that black people to say, hey, look, you need to do some better we've referred back two years of pitchers in videos when it was turnover. Cheek firehose Doug been sick us. It was always trying to make them feel comfortable make other people feel comfortable without being just L pre existent enrages people. So when we start having those conversations those having those challenging conversations or you're feeling uncomfortable. Say I recognize. That maybe I'm not participated in such bias oh races headed twos. But I benefit from it, and what I can do to make amends make let's move is this mall gauge forward a little bit more. So we're seeing these things that happen consistently social media racism in this bias. It's not new it's been amplified now. So let let's go ahead and take me on being aware. And they're less implicate. You know, let's do something about it. We we have to move beyond that. Now, we we are where we are accountable because we're uncomfortable every day now skin while we will you say, hey, where you go to work, they make treat you like this. They may look at you like that these little micro aggressions that your face when you walk down the street someone Houghton they're big they locked doors. Go to story five years, we're costly been under attack cycle. Physically most cases up to have to be one of the key ingredients that I think needs to be there for these types of uncomfortable conversations to happen is trust. And I'm said for a long time that while these conversations happen on a peer to peer bases around the country all the time. There are lots of people having this conversation. But nationally, I think we as Americans we don't trust each other enough to have these conversations. How do we how do we gain that trust? Is that even possible? I think we as Americans is black Americans minorities. I think we have to stop letting America tell us who we are. I think we have to be empowered enough. You know, even as we're talking about what is black lives matter mean when we talk about black lives matter will we talk about black lives matter because we're reminding the rest of the nation and the rest of the world that we are here, and we matter, but I think it's more. So for us recalling to ourselves as a race as a generation a culture of people who we are and stop leading the rest of the world define who we are. And I think by feeling more empowered to define who we are as a race of people. And how important we are to the integrity and the very fabric and being of this country. Then in a sense were demanding that people recognize these conversations, we're in so many words saying you're going to listen, and you're going to hear what we need to say to you. And we're going to make you uncomfortable. Because as to one said don't only way to grow into change and stimulate change is by stepping out of the boat and being uncomfortable..
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"Mind just listening to your answer Lucy where she with her kids around her. She said to Lester Holt, how do you tell your kids how to behave when they aren't doing anything wrong. The only thing that I can think to tell people and specifically mothers when they say, what do I tell my children? What do I tell my my boys my young male children? How do I tell them what I need to tell them? So that they exist and they come home every day. And I say there comes responsibility on your part to begin telling them, very very very early on how to protect themselves, and it's very tedious because it's hard to tell them how to support their ideas and support their opinions and to be who they are. But at the same time protecting themselves from people that don't support their ideas and don't support who's it who they are human beings. And so what I end up saying to them is that don't let them live in fear. Do not teach them to fear, even though they have just caused fear. You cannot impose your fears on them, and that they still have to walk and references to who they are as a human being. As a young black male as a young black woman, and and and to thrive in that and not live as if they do not matter not to live as if they are afraid because that's exactly what. This country would want you to do to live as if you are not completely free. But, you know, do on when it comes to the talk because that's what Lucy is is talking about here. I remember when I had the talk with my mother, and it was she was speaking as calmly as Lucy did just now, but I was raving mad. I was so angry that she was saying this to me. No, we lived in a predominantly white neighborhood. And what precipitated this conversation was the N word slipping out of the mouths of. What of my one of my close friends, and my mom telling me right now, you and your friends are the same. She had her hands at an equal level. She said as you get older, this is what's going to happen. And the my the hand that was supposed to represent me stayed the same. Whereas the hand representing my white friends rose, you are no longer going to be equal the older the older you get and want just wondering for you. Did you have was that talk? Given to you give away I live. I didn't have that talk. A wasn't taught to police myself as such a manner because as I grew older learned that it was learned behavior that the police will treat us like this about time. I was thirteen I had my first summer job. I knew that the police will come around, and it called shakedown take your money and for me I needed. I always have to have a pay stub in back pocket. So when he came around and got everybody else, I say, this is my money, and I have my pay stub. So always begin to rationalize myself to prepare myself for that. But all we talk about the talk. I now have to talk more than I would have when I was younger. So now, I'm having a talk with other people who wanna try to police me and my being when I speak on the incident was like, well, you was shot and police conceive this. Maybe you should've did XYZ eight try to tell me all the the ways that I should behave in rages me because I'm saying I have a bullet in my head bloodstained clothes guslan. But you're telling me that I am still a threat to you your store trying to police me immi- being. So why should I have to always make you feel more comfortable with just me existing? So no, I cannot submit the, hey, let me go hit and make sure everybody else's comfortable. And I'm uncomfortable in my own skin every single day. Komo also, right. And I actually wrote a piece about this. How been a young black man black man period, we're costly under attack from every angle from the workplace to school bag at home to even some of our personal relationships with we wanna lane. So one, and then he always telling us to man up and suppress these emotions always constantly been police for motions. And I can't I refused to do that. Because that little that that being inside me can't live..
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"I was vicar seen as victim. But I actually am Victor. Because now I were daily in commit myself to provide solution for the person in front of the gun as well as the person behind the gun, and that's why I went off to college. The study ufologist aggression developing youth programs then went off my master's to understand policy institutional reforms or how it could prevent community violence and economical develop in things of that nature that would contribute to community disinvestment Lizzy. The reason why you're here, you're the you're the other side of this this gun violence, equation, your, son. Was the fatal victim of of gun violence your son being being Jordan Davis who was killed by Michael Dunn in Florida at a gas station in Florida because his music was too loud. Well, you know, that is the way that the comp- country response to our case nationally, but any minority knows that you know, it wasn't really about the music. The music was just basically a vehicle by which Michael Dunn used assistive fence to carry out his. Implicit biases and racism towards young black males. And using that they didn't turn the music down that attitude. They didn't do what I wanted them to do. I felt threatened. Because they were for young black males and based upon the law and Florida I had the thorny in the right to use my gun to silence people that I believe are, you know, creating a threat towards me and my existence, and that's basically what Michael Dunn used as his defense is the standard ground law because as expansive and open as it is it gives people carte blanche based upon you know, sometimes they're not even credible threats. And this was not a credible threat to gun down Jordan and to shoot at the the boys in car the shooting happened in November two thousand twelve government twenty-third sediments after Trayvon talk about the conversation. You had with your son after Trayvon was killed was the very disturbing conversation because I can remember. I remember it as if it were yesterday, we're standing in my bedroom. My husband, and our bedroom, and we had just been watching. You know, the, of course, the media played over and over and over again, you could hear the tape of Trayvon sane help me. Help me Jordan's mom. Why did that man gunned down Trayvon he wasn't doing anything? Why did he gun them down? And it was very, you know, disheartening to have to say to my son, baby. You know, there are people in this country that do not value. You is young black male that don't value black men in this country. And you've got to be very careful where you go. What you do you cannot walk freely in this country like wine America. And Jordan just don't understand. I don't understand why this happened. And you know, I kept saying Jordan in the event that you are in argument or verbal confrontation with anyone standout. Standdown? Because nowadays this exactly what I said people will not use reasonable conflict resolution. They will take their guns out, and they will shoot you. And Jordan distinctly said mom, that's not gonna happen to me. That's not gonna happen to me. I can take care of myself. And there's not a day that goes behind that conversation does not haunt at my heart, and my soul because in the end, no matter how much we did to protect him to care for him. To raise him the way that we were supposed to raise him in the in in America as young black male. He was not free or safe. But lesser hold NBC nightly news anchor Lester Holt went down to Baltimore after the death of Freddie, gray when there were demonstrations in he interviewed a young mother..
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"I'm trying to think hey, part walk into Cape back. Long before Lucy MC bath became congresswoman elect mic bath from Georgia's sixth district. She was a guest on this podcast two years ago, talking about gun violence, her son, Jordan Davis was shot and killed in Florida in two thousand twelve because his music was too loud. In this powerful interview, you'll hear bath and Dewan Patterson anti gun activists from Baltimore talk about how vase survived on violence and how they push forward. This incredible conversation between a mother and child starts right now. Dewana lucy. Thank you very much for coming in and being on Cape up today. You're both victims of gun violence in different ways into one. I want to start with you. But just asking you to tell your story. The story of my gun violence champion incident, begun going into my senior high school, and we're talking Baltimore. Yes. East? Baltimore just returned from John hockey university, summa job. And while on the bike traveling to my aunt's house, I pick my head up. And I realized I was a gunman at my side. And he asked me. To pick all my stuff. All my belongings. Give them everything. I had a look down on shake my head. But I gave him everything. And if there wasn't enough on. It's only turn around. When he told me turn around. I just knew that this may be my last time turning around. He picked the gun up over my head. Impose the trigger shoveling head. I went down to the ground. And. My body began to go into shock. But then I. I had a little else of Streff vision left, but a whole lot of Streff laughing me. So I got back up got back up wondering looking for help. And now, and of course of me looking for help. I'm stumbling I look up into the borough of another gun this time, it was the borough of the police, and I'm I'm hearing them yelling get the fuck on ground. Get the fuck on the ground, and there's my family and friends and neighborhood members try to come to my defense, they begin to arrest them slamming them on a cause and things of that nature. And the only thing I could really imagine in think about west, please not get killed in front of my my family members girl cousins particular because I can hear them screaming. I was saying a victim. I was saying just another n words. In many cases, by the police, Matt realizing how this was the norm for us with announcing hood, I just realized I didn't want to become a victim by the police in front of my family ruin that allows you have the police yelling at you threatening your family with arresting family members and people in the neighborhood. But who called paramedics wasn't the cops was it. No, the the police never called a paramedics. Because this what they do around on able hood. So the paramedics was called by. We call them like neighborhood moms so grandma and old lady on the block. They will call the paramedics and my defense and making sure that I get the aid that I I need it. Police police never called him. Emily arrived. Maybe about thirty forty minutes later. And I was laying on the ground is waiting for the paramedics come and praying that none of my family member where arrested will go to jail. The aim Lange. Finally arrived. In the back of lanes. And all I can hear is shouts from everybody at the back of them while I'm inside and are just lift my arm up and gave the peace on this album. I was okay in Dona transportation of going to the hospital. I remember my paramedics voice, she was shot into the driver. It's like Ron f- in hospital role fucking spittle, and they took me from one hospital in a complete different direction. Ended up at university of Maryland shock trauma. Can I woke up three days later? Three days later, and as a result of being. Shot in the head. No medical assistance for at least thirty minutes being taken initially to one hospital, but a paramedic demanding that you be taken to the proper hospital. What nickname were you given? By the neighborhood. The neighborhood called me the walking angel. How did that inspire you because you're now an anti gun violence activists now? Yes, I refer to myself as a gun violence champion because I champion this issued. Or I was not a victim of it initially..
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"North Carolina, a former governor named Pat mccrory staked his entire election, a not just attacking LGBTQ people, but attacking trans people, especially and in a state that Donald Trump won by four points that same state voted to aalst for the first time in its history, the incumbent governor because he attacked our community, those attacks inspired, turn out across the state of North Carolina. Like we had not seen before LGBTQ people, allies, Democrats independents and some Republicans standing up and saying, we won't stand for this hate and voted to oust Pat Mkhori. We can repeat that in states all across this country, and I believe we're going to this November Chad Griffin, president of the human rights campaign. Thanks very much for being here. Thanks for having me Jonathan. Thanks for listening to Cape up tune in every Tuesday. You can find us on apple podcasts and Stitcher, and how about doing me a huge favor subscribe rate and review us. I'm trying to think k. part or the Washington Post. You can find me on Twitter at Cape heart, Jay. If you like Cape up Jonathan Cape are usually check out some of our other great podcasts, like, can he do that a podcast that explores the powers and limitations of the American presidency or try the daily to twos? Big idea of show that brings you daily analysis from political correspondent, James Holman. You can find these shows anywhere you listen to podcasts and learn more online at Washington Post dot com. Slash podcast. The Washington, Washington, Washington Post.
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"And. Wow. Everyone had started the k. part and welcome to Cape up. Ever since he delivered a speech on the removal of confederate statues and monuments from his city in two thousand seventeen former New Orleans mayor MICH Landrieu has been seen as a no nonsense leader who should run for president. So I asked him about that. His new memoir Trump in race and the future of the Democratic Party. This conversation was originally recorded for Cape up live event at the third way opportunity twenty twenty conference in Columbus, Ohio on July twentieth and has been edited for content and clarity. Lanzhou. Thank you very much for being here. Welcome to the podcast. Again, this is your second time and welcome to Columbus. Thanks, great to be here. So Columbus here. Here's the text message. I sent you on June thirteenth. As I was reading your book. Here it is in the shadows of statues. A white southerner confronts history. I wrote to you MICH it's k- part just in case you didn't know me. It's k- part when I read books, I write notes in the margins and underlying key or beautiful passages. I'm only on page eleven of your book and I've already underlined the hell out of it. You're a spots. I didn't time how long it took a while and you wrote back, thanks. You like it. So your book. Thank you so much. This is so lively of you. Well, I mean, look in all seriously your book. I know people keep those tweets and repeat them in public later. So you have to be kind of circumspect about what you say. Well, that is true. Thanks. Glad you liked. In all seriousness. Your book is an expansion of the speech you gave in New Orleans on may nineteenth two thousand seventeen, correct me if I'm wrong, just hours after the last of the four, three months, three statues. One monument where removed, why do you think that speech struck such a chord? You're not the first person to talk about race. You're not the first white person or the first white southerner to talk about race. So what was it about you or that speech that struck such a chord out? I don't. I'm really still to this day flabbergasted by the fact that any speech that I gave went went viral. I've been in office for thirty years. I've given a lot of speeches about a lot of things. Some of which I thought were really important, criminal Justice and lots of other things. But and this speech incidentally was given purposefully to a local audience..