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"darnell frazier" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:04 min | 3 weeks ago

"darnell frazier" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Four people. Eighty six remain unaccounted for on wednesday. A grand jury agreed to investigate the buildings collapse in minneapolis. Dr darnell frazier the teenager. Whose recording of. George floyd murder was seen around the world says. Her uncle was struck and killed by a police car during a car. Chase her uncle forty year old. Lineal lamont frazier was not involved in the chase. Darnell frazier said of the tragedy quote. Another black man lost his life in the hands of the police. Today has been day full of heartbreak and sadness. The police made a bad decision by doing a high speed chase on a residential road. That bad decision costs my uncle. His life she wrote in new york governor. Andrew cuomo has declared a gun violence emergency. The state is allocating nearly one hundred. Forty million dollars to programs aimed at gun crimes including increasing access to employment the new york times reports gun. Crime rose by as much as seventy five percent in major new york city since the start of the pandemic the new measures will also open a path for civil lawsuits against gun manufacturers and distributors and shops people with an stops people with warrants from purchasing firearms and the united kingdom's high court has granted the biden administration the right to appeal a lower court's ruling blocking the extradition of wikileaks. Founder julian assange to the united states. This comes as the wall street journal reports. Us officials have given assurances to the uk. The julian assange would not be held in a supermax prison. If extradited to the united states on wednesday scientists fiancee stella marris called on the biden administration. To end its pursuit of julian assange be lawyers of julian were spied on their officers. Were broken into even our six month. Old baby was targeted while he was in the embassy and now the high court has limited the grounds on which they are allowed to appeal. So the case is falling..

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"darnell frazier" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:04 min | 3 weeks ago

"darnell frazier" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Four people. Eighty six remain unaccounted for on wednesday. A grand jury agreed to investigate the buildings collapse in minneapolis. Dr darnell frazier the teenager. Whose recording of. George floyd murder was seen around the world says. Her uncle was struck and killed by a police car during a car. Chase her uncle forty year old. Lineal lamont frazier was not involved in the chase. Darnell frazier said of the tragedy quote. Another black man lost his life in the hands of the police. Today has been day full of heartbreak and sadness. The police made a bad decision by doing a high speed chase on a residential road. That bad decision costs my uncle. His life she wrote in new york governor. Andrew cuomo has declared a gun violence emergency. The state is allocating nearly one hundred. Forty million dollars to programs aimed at gun crimes including increasing access to employment the new york times reports gun. Crime rose by as much as seventy five percent in major new york city since the start of the pandemic the new measures will also open a path for civil lawsuits against gun manufacturers and distributors and shops people with an stops people with warrants from purchasing firearms and the united kingdom's high court has granted the biden administration the right to appeal a lower court's ruling blocking the extradition of wikileaks. Founder julian assange to the united states. This comes as the wall street journal reports. us officials have given insurance as to the uk. The julian assange would not be held in a supermax prison. If extradited to the united states on wednesday scientists fiancee stella marris called on the biden administration. To end its pursuit of julian assange be lawyers of julian were spied on their officers. Were broken into even our six month. Old baby was targeted while he was in the embassy and now the high court has limited the grounds on which they are allowed to appeal. So the case is falling..

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"darnell frazier" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:34 min | Last month

"darnell frazier" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Coming up on boston. Public radio as we return to the workplace. After months of remote working employers will have to adjust to make sure some people do not get left behind the boston globe columnist shoulder the rights that a hybrid remote and in-office model won't be enough to level the playing field for working mothers. She'll join us to discuss the great return to the workplace. I'm jared in for jim brady. Darnell frazier the teenager. Who filmed george. Floyd is now opposed or prize winner with an honorary citation for work that sparked an international movement against police. Violence veterans irene. Monroe and enterprise will join us to discuss. That's all ahead on boston. Public radio the radio. I am meighan jim. Brady is off today. Executive.

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"darnell frazier" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:04 min | Last month

"darnell frazier" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Remember that from the chauvin trial. That was the voice of darnell frazier on the afternoon of may twenty fifth twenty twenty. She was taking her nine year old cousin to buy snacks at an unremarkable corner. Store in minneapolis called cup foods quite literally the definition of minding her own business when she made a quick decision. That would change. The course of history shook out her phone. She started recording. What became the murder of a man in the street. In broad daylight under the knee of a police officer she chronicled the departure of life from the body of the man. We now know. As george floyd today. Darnell frazier was recognized with a special citation from the board that awards the pulitzer prize as reuters. Reported it today quote the citation at the twenty twenty one. Pulitzer prize ceremony is a rare instance of the board recognizing the journalistic achievement of someone with no professional experience in the field. A striking distinction in the genre sometimes known as citizen journalism frazier. Eighteen was recognized for recording quote a transformative video that jolted viewers spurred protests against police brutality around the world and no it is not hyperbole to say that darnell frazier's decision in that moment changed the world people marched around the world. George floyd's name has been spoken in remembrance in the oval office. It's the title of a proposed act of congress. Indeed what darnell frazier did in that. Moment was the definition of electronic journalism as ugly and stomach-turning as the video is to watch the question remains. Would we be saying the name. George floyd were it not for the bravery and presence of mind of a young woman named dr nella frazier and so that is our broadcast for this friday night and for this week with our. Thanks for being here with us. On behalf of all my colleagues at the networks of nbc. News good night..

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"darnell frazier" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:49 min | Last month

"darnell frazier" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"On the afternoon of may twenty fifth twenty twenty. She was taking her nine year old cousin to buy snacks at an unremarkable corner. Store in minneapolis called cup foods quite literally the definition of minding her own business when she made a quick decision. That would change. The course of history shook out her phone. She started recording. What became the murder of a man in the street. In broad daylight under the knee of a police officer she chronicled the departure of life from the body of the man. We now know. As george floyd today. Darnell frazier was recognized with a special citation from the board that awards the pulitzer prize as reuters. Reported it today quote the citation at the twenty twenty one. Pulitzer prize ceremony is a rare instance of the board recognizing the journalistic achievement of someone with no professional experience in the field. A striking distinction in the genre sometimes known as citizen journalism frazier. Eighteen was recognized for recording quote a transformative video that jolted viewers spurred protests against police brutality around the world and no it is not hyperbole to say that darnell frazier's decision in that moment changed the world people marched around the world. George floyd's name has been spoken in remembrance in the oval office. It's the title of a proposed act of congress. Indeed what darnell frazier did in that. Moment was the definition of electronic journalism as ugly and stomach-turning as the video is to watch the question remains. Would we be saying the name. George floyd were it not for the bravery and presence of mind of a young woman named dr nella frazier

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Pulitzer Board Honors Teen Who Filmed George Floyd’s Murder

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:49 min | Last month

Pulitzer Board Honors Teen Who Filmed George Floyd’s Murder

"On the afternoon of may twenty fifth twenty twenty. She was taking her nine year old cousin to buy snacks at an unremarkable corner. Store in minneapolis called cup foods quite literally the definition of minding her own business when she made a quick decision. That would change. The course of history shook out her phone. She started recording. What became the murder of a man in the street. In broad daylight under the knee of a police officer she chronicled the departure of life from the body of the man. We now know. As george floyd today. Darnell frazier was recognized with a special citation from the board that awards the pulitzer prize as reuters. Reported it today quote the citation at the twenty twenty one. Pulitzer prize ceremony is a rare instance of the board recognizing the journalistic achievement of someone with no professional experience in the field. A striking distinction in the genre sometimes known as citizen journalism frazier. Eighteen was recognized for recording quote a transformative video that jolted viewers spurred protests against police brutality around the world and no it is not hyperbole to say that darnell frazier's decision in that moment changed the world people marched around the world. George floyd's name has been spoken in remembrance in the oval office. It's the title of a proposed act of congress. Indeed what darnell frazier did in that. Moment was the definition of electronic journalism as ugly and stomach-turning as the video is to watch the question remains. Would we be saying the name. George floyd were it not for the bravery and presence of mind of a young woman named dr nella frazier

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"darnell frazier" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

04:10 min | Last month

"darnell frazier" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Stopped this saved a lot of lives because this guy had a full box of ammunition david. We're seeing surveillance video tonight. Because of a new policy put in place in san antonio earlier this year it mandates that the police department there released video of so called critical incidents. Like this within sixty days. David or artem reporting tonight. Thank you kayleigh in washington. Tonight the justice department inspector general launching an investigation into whether the trump justice department went after some democrats and their phone records the secret subpoena to apple to get phone data from some key. House members and their families including a minor reportedly no data requested on republicans. Here's our chief. Justice correspondent pierre thomas. Tonight tonight the justice department inspector general launching an investigation into whether the trump doj was used as a weapon against the former president's political opponents. I've actually Called the justice department to look into the leaks. Those a criminal leaks. Abc news confirming the prosecutors pursued. At least once the of apple in two thousand eighteen that may have allowed them to obtain data relating to at least two house intelligence committee members. Eric swallow and the committee's chairman adam schiff. According to sources those records included account information and basic data not photos or email the probes focus to see if congressional officials were leaking information about the russia. Investigation one committee official telling. Abc news apple informed close to a dozen people in may above the probe after a gag order secured by the doj expired with no clear evidence that republicans were similarly targeted shifted swallow democrats in both vocal critics of trump furious. This looks like a hadn't abuse of the department Yet another example of the president politicizing using department justice as a council to go after his enemies or source thing. The investigation turned up. No links to the leaks. But in recent years the justice department has become increasingly aggressive in pursuing leaks of classified information from former attorney general jeff sessions to a successor bill barr. I concluded the unprecedented rise in leaks required an increase of additional support for more investigations and to speed up getting investigations but tonight bars pushing back suggesting. He was unaware of any member of congress. Being subpoenaed in this case and saying he never spoke about leak investigations with trump. So here i know some democrats are calling for. Bill barr jeff sessions and others to testify. Possibly even warning. Subpoenas could be issued a democrats in the senate judiciary committee would need at least one republican for that to happen and we did hear from one republican today. Republican senator charles grassley did weigh in today saying he supports the justice department investigation but he noted that any talk of subpoenas is premature. David here thank you. We have news tonight from the current attorney. General merrick garland revealing new action to protect voter rights in this country calling it the central pillar of american democracy committing the justice department to examine current laws at the federal and state levels to look for discrimination against black voters. He said and other voters have color the attorney general also vowing to double the civil rights division staff within thirty days and now the remarkable honor the pulitzer prize board today. Awarding a special citation to darnell frazier the teenager who recorded the minneapolis. Police and george floyd tonight terry moran on the power of an image to bring justice and change. She was seventeen years old out for a walk with her young cousin when she came upon something awful in the face of an unfolding active police terror. Dr nella frazier took out her phone and turned on her camera. Car shaking but determined darnell posted or video of the murder of george floyd on facebook and within hours it was shared by millions citizen journalism with justice cellphone. Darnell is active witness lit a fire of righteous outrage around the world at the trial of derek. Chauvin danila took the stand testifying off camera. When i look at george floyd.

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"darnell frazier" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:41 min | 3 months ago

"darnell frazier" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

"As you've heard this week. A jury found minneapolis. Police officer derek. Chauvin guilty on all counts in the killing of george. Floyd key to that case was the video taken by teenager. Darnell frazier with her smartphone eliza. Richardson is a professor of journalism at the university of southern california. She's the author of a book called bearing witness while black african americans smartphones and the new protests journalism and she argues that smartphones in most people's pockets are powerful tool for accountability. Absolutely and he can. We think of the ages of citizen. Witnessing we think of how hard it was to do in the watershed moment of george holiday. Filming rodney king's historic and unfortunate beating. That deals now thirty years old and it was done by handicap and so it was very difficult to gather that kind of footage before and now with the advent of cell phones and social media coupled together it is very easy and inexpensive to not only record. Share is the kind of special aspect of the smartphone here that that it changes the power dynamic that it's in the hands of everyday people and not a tool of governments. Yes i think that one of the biggest changes here is that everyday people can bear witness. And it's very difficult for families without these police videos to prove for example that mr floyd didn't just have a medical incident in a car as a fish for police report said and so with these kinds of videos that are done cell phones they have debunked how police are viewed by the public as the first arbiter of truth and they're also used to humanize in many cases the struggle that has had no face for a long time but many people have known that that's happened. You've written about the responsibility and even the burden that this documentation places on the black community. There's been an outpouring of support and calls for protection for darnell frazier the seventeen year old. Who filmed church. Floyd's murder talk to me about that potential burden and the bravery that you mentioned that it takes to film these incidents. This is a historic moment because a cell house african americans to stay with the victim and that real time bearing witness has been greatly facilitated by the cell phone. but it's a double edged sword also has the potential to traumatizing retraumatize. Those who stood behind that camera in press record we heard miss frazier say the courtroom that she has nightmares in that. She apologizes to mr floyd for not being able to intervene in more active way. But she did what she could. And so she belongs in the history books for sure alongside The evolution of the smartphone as an evolved witness as an evolved version of what we might consider a citizen journalist and certainly Brave young person. I wonder if we will start to see that burden. Be more evenly distributed if we will start to see scenarios in which the smartphone could be is not just a chronicle but to shield and that that responsibility will start to fall not just on the black community but white people who are around when these things are happening. I think that that's an incredible question. And it really has made me question why we needed these in the first place. You know this week i wrote an op ed about are we doing more harm by perpetuating these 'cause we have created an unintended dishes cycle and under the victims families. Where we i ask them to relitigate their loved ones. Demise proved to me in video that they did not deserve to die at the hands of police. That's one in the second thing we asked to do is share that with me. Let me pick it apart. And so then media pick it apart even before it goes to trial if it even goes to trial and then when it goes to trial we ask them to allow those videos to stay online so then what you have is a loan ones video circulating freely in a loved one is into online forever for anyone who wants to look at it and the fact that we felt so k. To ask african americans people of color to prove that they didn't deserve their own demise in the first sprays was a cruel endeavor eliza. Richardson is a professor of journalism at the university of southern california and author of.

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"darnell frazier" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

03:05 min | 3 months ago

"darnell frazier" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"A community member had contacted me and said chief almost verbatim but sit chief. Have you seen the video of your officer choking and killing that that man at thirty chicago and so once i heard that statement. I just knew it wasn't the same milestone camera video that i had saw and Eventually within minutes. After that i saw for the first time what is now known as the the bystander video. Granola frazier changed the police chiefs. Mind about what happened on that street in the next day. Derek chauvin was fired on frazier testified in the trial. She said she wished she did more. When i look at george floyd a look at look at my dad. I look at my brothers. Get my cousins my uncles because they are all. I have plenty of black father. I have a brother had like friends. And i'll look at that and i will get how that could have been one of them. It's been nights. I stayed up apologizing in and apologized for not doing more in not physically interacting in his life. It's not accident. it's all three of the other. Police officers on the scene could have done more. Each one of them could have intervened a knocked. Derek chauvin off. George floyd's neck but they did not have darnall frazier's courage they did not have a frazier's sense of duty to the sanctity of another the sanctity of life of another human being derek. Chauvin jail tonight awaiting a sentence that could leave him in prison for the rest of his life and that happened because darnell frazier pressed record on her phone because she knew something had to be done. For george floyd and that was the only thing she could do tonight on her facebook page where she posted her video of. George floyd taking his last breath. Darnell frazier wrote. I just cried so hard this last hour. My heart was beating so fast. I was so anxious anxiety buzzing roof but to no guilty on all three charges. Thank you god thank you thank you thank you. Thank you george floyd we did it. Justice has been served. Darnell frazier gets tonight's last word..

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"darnell frazier" Discussed on Into America

Into America

07:20 min | 4 months ago

"darnell frazier" Discussed on Into America

"The pain that you're seeing is traumatic. It is an indicator of the trauma that the people who are testifying are experiencing at that time and you could almost hear the guttural sounds of the people who were weeping. Are the shut. Off of emotions flowing as people were talking clinical psychologist bravado garrett consign you refers to herself as a black liberation psychologists. Dr be runs the african american wellness institute. She's based in minneapolis where witnesses have poured from themselves on the stand of the hennepin county. Courthouse trauma what it does to us. It takes us to a very deep place where we've had previous wounds so it kind of latches onto previous traumatic experiences and because of media and the ability to actually see real time victims like we saw tamir rice getting shot we saw flambeau casteel getting shot so we actually have borne. Witness is if we were there and we saw of course. George floyd with neonates nick. So what you're seeing is not just current day trauma but actually the impact of historical trauma simultaneously when you mentioned. Historical nature of the kind of trauma and paying the black folks have experienced. Can't help but think about the lynchings and the public nature of of not just death a witnessing that kind of violence violent death and i wonder as we kind of look at what we're seeing now not just the spectacle of floyd's defeat but then the spectacle of this trial is being broadcast all across the country and everyone is seeing this. How does the public nature of all this play into it. What it does is reinforces. The experience of the day. Said they saw him die. In so publicly we are vicariously experiencing the same traumatic reaction that individuals who are on the child testifying where we're seeing it and because we are black folks. Will we see someone else experiencing trauma. We see them as brothers and sisters. We are a collective group so our abridging behaviors and our sense of self is based on communal and collective values where many dominant culture people. Have you know individualistic culture. So when we see something happened to one of us we automatically go to this place. That could be my son. That could be my brother. That could be me. That could be my husband. We go to that space and for once it's like children and adults and elders are experiencing that deep centered. Pain that others are witnessing. And when you see it if you have humanity even if you're not a black person if you have humanity you can see what has happened to us as a people you talk about the kind of communal nature of grief and grieving and pain and trauma. And i wanna play this clip of darnell frazier the young lady who stood up so bravely and filmed every moment of this ordeal. This play this clip of frazier talk on the back end. When i look at george floyd i look at look at my dad. Look at my brothers. Get my cousins uncles. because they are all black. I have lab black father. I have a black brother have friends. I look at that. And i look at how that could have been one of them. It's been nights stayed up apologizing and apologize to george floyd for not doing more and not physically interacting in not saying is like. That's hard for me to listen to such a young woman and again during the court proceedings. They actually didn't even show the faces of the youth right. There were too young to show their faces but they were also old enough to witness this kind of public killing right. This violence has been so public when you hear this young woman wrestling through her emotions. What are you thinking. I'm thinking she's traumatized and she's she's taking responsibility for something that isn't hers to take. She's trying to rework in her mind whom we have trauma we try to rework. How could have done it differently. What could i have done. I should've could've but but somehow in her spirit that courage that it that required to hold that videotape was the best that she could do not just for him but for the community in for the world she bore witness to something that was ugly that we as black people have been experiencing for four hundred years. She shown a light. She turned up the volume on what we see. In many of us we know through microaggressions and threats in systemic racism braces policies that we see a threat to our lives every day every day. What we do is black folks. We inner space and we'd take a cultural inventory of how many of us are there. How safe my in this space. And when she was talking about the difficulty though the trauma of dreaming it thinking about it in her sleep trying to make sense of it all of that. Lets us know that she's going to have to have some professional support to heal because one of the things we use when we work with youth is something called trauma focus cognitive behavioral therapy to help them work through in their heads and in their hearts what they're seeing into make meaning of it for them so she's got to come to a place of meaning making for why was there. That's faith while was out there at that time. Because for she witnessed in the others what they witnessed. Things should have to see and especially child when you think about the idea of trying to help my child or young person unpack would they witnessed and whether it's a high profile case like this. A police state violence this community. Violence family violence young people bear disproportionate burden of that. Because they just. They're just so young. What's at stake here. What do we risk. If we're not arming. Young people with the tools to handle this trauma or at least aiding them in in healing that trauma..

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"darnell frazier" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:38 min | 4 months ago

"darnell frazier" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news. I'm korva coleman. The trial resumes this hour of the former minnesota police officer derek. Chauvin charged in the killing of george floyd on tuesday. I witnessed. Darnell frazier was questioned about the killing. Npr cheryl corley says. She's the person who recorded the gruesome video of floyd step while she really talk about walking. First of all to the neighborhood Corner grocery store with her younger cousin. The nine year old and seeing george floyd on the ground under officer chauvin disney and she said Floyd was saying he couldn't breathe. He was calling for help and for his mother. She sent her little cousin inside the store and she stayed outside to record what she saw happening. Npr cheryl corley reporting as march madness. Plays out on tv this week. The us supreme court is taking a rare excursion into sports law. Today the justices will hear arguments in a case testing whether the nc double a.'s limits on compensation for student. Athletes violates the nation's antitrust laws. Npr's nina totenberg reports. The ncwa maintains that the antitrust laws allow it to impose certain limits on athlete compensation in order to preserve relative parity of play and to maintain. What the ncwa. Contends is the essence of college. Sports popularity amateurism the players contend that the ncw is operating system. That's a classic restraint of competition in business and there's little doubt that big time college sports is a business in two thousand sixteen the ncw payments of one point one billion dollars a year for the tv rights to the march madness. Competition nina totenberg. Npr news washington drugmakers pfizer. In biontech say a small clinical trial. They're tracking shows that they're covid. Nineteen vaccine is safe and strongly effective in children. As young as twelve. most co- vaccines are for adults. Although pfizer's shot can be used in people aged sixteen and seventeen stocks opened higher this morning as a new report shows private employers added more than half a million workers this month and pierre scott horsely reports the dow jones industrial average gained about twenty five points in early trading the adp company which manages payroll for many big employers says us businesses added five hundred seventeen thousand workers in march. That's a big increase compared to february though not quite as strong as forecasters were expecting a labor department. Report on friday is expected. Show the strongest job growth in at least five months as the economy bounces back from a hiring slump during the winter as covert nineteen. Vaccinations ramp-up consumers may feel more comfortable eating out and shopping which leads to more hiring by restaurants and retailers but public health officials warned corona virus infections and hospitalizations are also climbing. They say it's too soon for americans to let down their guard got worse news washington on wall street. The dow is up nineteen points. The nasdaq is up. One and a half percent it's npr. German automaker volkswagen is admitting it pushed a hoax this week when it pretended to change its us operation to volkswagen. The company said this was a joke. Intended to highlight its focus on electric vehicles. But the company's stock price rose briefly some media companies are criticizing volkswagen ford deliberately advertising misinformation india has recorded its highest jump in cove nineteen related deaths so far this year sushmita potluck reports from by which is seeing more new cases than it has at any time during the pandemic authorities in mumbai are asking private hospitals to resolve the vast majority of beds for covid nineteen patients. The surrounding state of maharashtra. Is logging more than ten times. As many cases as other states and new restrictions are expected to be announced this week with cases. rising india is ramping. Vaccinations starting thursday. Anyone older than forty five will be eligible for covert shot. This is india's second. Renovators after infections reached their peak last. September cases began to fall despite an easing of lockdown measures. But over the last month. Or so there's been an exponential increase in new cases foot. Npr news media in mumbai officials in indonesia say they have discovered the missing cockpit voice recorder from passenger jet that crashed in the java sea in january. The crash killed all sixty two people aboard. Divers say they discovered the device on the sea floor. It was under about a meter of mud. I'm korva coleman npr news..

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Darnella Frazier, Teenager Who Filmed Video of George Floyd’s Arrest, Testifies at Trial

Democracy Now! Audio

01:37 min | 4 months ago

Darnella Frazier, Teenager Who Filmed Video of George Floyd’s Arrest, Testifies at Trial

"Trial of former minneapolis. Police officer derek. Chauvin is entering its third day. Chauvin faces murder and manslaughter. Charges for killing. George floyd last may by kneeling on his neck for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds on tuesday jurors her chilling testimony from witnesses including darnell frazier. Who is just seventeen years old when you used her cell phone to film the killing of floyd her image was not broadcast on the court television feed because she was a minor at the time of his death. When i look at george floyd luke. My brother cousin uncle because they are all plaque. I have black brother have friends. And i look at that and i look at how that could have been one of them been nice. I stated apologizing for not doing more and these interacting in his life. It's not what absolute he's now eighteen year old daughter. Neyla frazier testifying at the trial of derek chauvin. Who she says should have saved. George floyd

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"darnell frazier" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design

The Design of Business - The Business of Design

04:12 min | 7 months ago

"darnell frazier" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design

"Think to may and we think about what we saw. When george floyd was murdered that was taken by an icicle. Eleven and a seventeen year old girl. Darnell frazier recorded that. And so when i think about as the tool became better and produced a better picture and as the witnesses became savvier to know. I should probably be recording this. We have this confluence of things and so we think about what. Dr nilo must've been going through in terms of her own personal turmoil. It's quite miraculous. And you could probably call her the filmmaker of the century for keeping her phone so steady. Not talking over it not narrating. It didn't need any. Narration was already horrible and horrific in itself but then the bravery she exhibited by keeping the camera trained on him and not looking away. on The the officer. Derek chauvin as he's looking directly at took a completely different level of of just bravery and skill and so i think of of So many of these videos that we've seen and some are jittery. Some turn away at the moment of impact because people were scared but this girl this teenage girl did a huge service to our nation that day into his family to make sure that we know what happened to mr roy and that is something that did not exist before. And that's what. I think riled up everyone because if we think about what i talk about in the book is east three. Overlapping eras of domestic terror against black people beginning with slave And leading to lynching and giving way to what we have. Now police brutality through the former two phases. We could not look so we think about for example during slavery while other slaves are being punished. You don't have these great big groups of black people standing around observing as a matter of fact with anyone seen the film. Twelve years of slave. There's inward shula tell edgy four is hanging and the slaves are sweeping. And they're doing things in the background so so that they don't get in trouble themselves. They're looking away. If we think about lynching photography for example you don't have what people in the fringes looking. They were hull at home. Hoping their loved one would come back or they escaping town completely. So many different news archives of whole groups of black equal just fleeing town when they realized that a racial massacre was about to happen. So if we bring that to today it's totally different because we can say for the first time in history i'm going to look directly act as aggressor. I'm gonna stay with you the victim in this moment. I'm not gonna let you go through this alone. And i'm gonna make sure that people know who you are and know your name and to make sure if possible that people know the aggressors name and that is a huge shift paradigmatic in terms of how we'd look the design of business. The business of design is brought to you by mail chimp. We talked to some people working for mail. Chimp from their homes about what creative leadership looks like in these uncertain times. My name is williams. Natalia williams is vice president of product. Tell you talk to us about what it takes to manage a team during a pandemic. it's about being compassionate and being empathetic not only for our customers but also being empathetic and compassionate to each other knowing that we're also dealing with the same challenges around not only the pandemic but Racial inequities though some folks deal with it through kind of investing further into their work. Some folks do not need that time away and understanding How to deal with that as a leader that there's not a one size fits all model is what i've have really learned through this time..

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"darnell frazier" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:45 min | 9 months ago

"darnell frazier" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Darnell frazier is the young now. Seventeen year old woman Who was happened on the scene. When derek chauvin was putting his knee on george floyd nick and she pulled out her phone and it so that video that many of us have seen that just disgusted turned our stomachs. Made us cry rage. All of that. She it's ten minutes actually she taped and As i've read other stories about her but she said she in the momma was thinking. I have to tape it and then should i tape it. But you know as you might because you're looking through the lens of something so horrific anyway The organization has decided to give her the organization's award of the pen venison courage award for her decision in that moment and as they say with courage and clear. I'd resolved are nella bore witness to a critical truth at great personal and emotional cost and our country is in her debt and that emotional and personal cost is that she's been harassed threatened death threats all of that because she took the video and posted it even by the way even people who acknowledged the grotesque police injustice here have criticised. They're saying why didn't she intervened. She's seventeen year old kid. She's heard over and over again saying please stop. Stop it all and more. I would argue that anyone. Four million ops. Exactly yes. I'm a minor seventeen years old. I'm not about to fight off a cop but we can hear her voice constantly. He can't breathe. Stop stop stop. Yeah schilling yeah it really is. I love the together. What are you doing this weekend. kelly i don't mean what are you doing in general. That's your business. What are you doing sunday. You could possibly share our with the mass politics props and we are looking mining. The data that we are pretty certain about thus far Yes we know that we're in a fluid situation and things could change at the top but down ballot. There are some interesting things that have happened including some some folks who've of who've gotten in aside from the cunanan people who've won their seats so it's interesting to see um we're looking at the youth vote and we've criticized. I know i have. Yeah but the came through this time and And youth vote the the young people of color specifically They made margins in a lot of down belt and in fact in in some of these groundbreaking states Right now where we're biden. His as his lead really is influenced by that. Of course we're talking about the influence of a black and brown voters on on biden's lead and what that means and what the ass will be as a result of this am interested in the influence of prominent republicans Outside of lincoln project who came forward to support by and then in addition to the lincoln project what was their influence in the end And what does it portend and more and more in that vein of interesting stuff to talk about one of the interesting things when biden assuming. He's the president-elect starts picking his cabinet. I don't think there's any doubt that he's going to pick at least one republican if not more guests to show right away that he's in across the guy that's gonna be very interesting to see who makes that Because a lot of high profile people did actually sport him so on the republican side. Ken will listening. Thanks so much good to talk to.

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"darnell frazier" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

02:18 min | 9 months ago

"darnell frazier" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

"If you're going to move in with them and they're gonNA move in with you. That's just the way it is garbage can in the room. Know. Alex is Alex's motto with me has been always. You've seen the best of me you the worst of me and I'm sure you can't figure out the difference which. Is. True Love. True. Take the good with the bad under the three things from Gandhi just ahead of a one thousand dollar Freeman phone tap your up, Gandhi what's going on? All right. Both France and Germany have announced lockdown measures because of a rapid spread of corona virus cases, bars, restaurants non essential services will all be closed and restrictions are expected for at least a month and here in the US covid cases continue to surge with more than thousand deaths recorded yesterday the Assistant Secretary of Health who leads the government's testing efforts warned that the nation is at a critical point in the. Pandemic response he noted that a number of cases and hospitalizations are also going up across most of the country. So make sure that you continue to cover your mouth nose, keep your distance from others and wash your hands in Philadelphia the situation continues to be tens of Van Full of explosives and other suspicious cargo was actually found on the Ben Franklin Parkway. The city is on heightened alert after the unrest following the police shooting of Walter Wallace Junior. There have been protests that happened with damages to businesses looting, and even ten ATM explosions as well. The National Guard has been deployed to help. And finally, the teenager who recorded video of George Floyd's death while in police custody is being recognized on Tuesday pen. America. announced that it will honor seventeen year old darnell frazier with the Penn Medicine Courage Award, the group promote promoting literary and free expression labeled her quick thinking and fearless as George Floyd was being detained by Minneapolis police she will receive the award virtually on December eighth and those are your three things. Ohi thank you sorry Mike Mike. Button system off on off like a light switch I'm learning hey, you're one thousand dollar Sh-. Wide and sons free money phone tap on the way tonight I've decided it's Burger night I'm not much widened. Son's Yeah I'm ready I'm ready for a Nice Burger I'm not ready to I'm never gonNa let loose of summer and to me Burgers on the grill our summer fine I'll I'll grill them inside. Thanks to Sweden sons, you're gonNA, win a thousand dollars and a months.

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"darnell frazier" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"darnell frazier" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

"She was the one that that. was heard also. George Floyd died. On that day, and I'm sure for. A large piece of Darnell Frazier's innocence died on that day also. You don't witness death in. And come out the same. You don't witness a murder and come out the same. Darnell Frazier. For to me, she is a a hero. She is a Shiro. She's like many of the women of color. The Black Women in my community. My family..

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"darnell frazier" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

09:25 min | 1 year ago

"darnell frazier" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

"I've lived a life in which every day from the age of Seven. I've realized that this world. This nation. State. Cities I've been in there. People that hate me. Hate me so much. They WANNA kill me. That's a lot to chew on as A. seven-year-old. As a lot to chew on as a twenty seven year old as thirty-seven-year-old. For Dr Nella. Frazier, who seventeen that is so. Much To Chew on? She looked and she recorded as the officer looked back at her. Almost as if to say you know what this can happen to him. Certainly happen to you. You're no better than him. If, he can die. You can die. Yet she stood there. She stood there. She recorded. She faced death. She faced her fears. And we're thankful. Like God for Darnell, Frazier. If. She didn't record what was happening. People were not a believed. People want to believe if if she'd in the stand up and say you know what I want to run. I WANNA go home. I, don't WanNa see this. If she would Iran from from. That spot. This movement going on around the world probably would not have occurred. The protests that are going on the marches that are going on right now. Those are marches. Those protests that that. A really drawn from the strength Darnell Frazier Yes for more because of the death of Jewish Floyd, but without the strength of Darnell Frazier. We wouldn't be here. A seventeen year old strength seventeen year olds vision seventeen year olds heart. Her mind. The world has changed because of her. Yet, she was traumatized..

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"darnell frazier" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"darnell frazier" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

"Talked about. They don't reach for their not trying to be on on the stage and the limelight. They go about the business each and every day. Doing great work. These are women. That are faithful. That a strong, that are educated. That our passionate that are driven. The world turns a blind eye to them. The World Norris them. These are women that have. The hearts of gold. Black Gold? And yet they have to witness. The atrocities of life. Yet they have to deal with the with the. Pain man were pain. The pain of knowing that. Black men are being haunted. The pain knowing that black women are being hunted. The pain and knowing that black children are being haunted. These women. Walk each day knowing. That their sons, the daughters Sir. Their nephews and nieces. Their husbands Their fathers their mothers. Lives are always on the line. These women I truly do believe much like the women in my family. These are praying women. Women that pray for you. Women that want the best out of you. Women that pray for the best in you. These women like my wife or or My. Mother my aunts. My nieces. My daughter's. These are the women that that tell me when I go run. Be Safe. Be careful. When I do something great. They call me and say you know what we're proud of you. We love you. We believe in you. That when I fall, these are the women that pick me up. Hit Me with the message. The Emmy text me. Call Me Stop By. Feed me encourage me. Hug Me Love Me. So, much is expected out of black women. So much. We put so much upon. Black Women. These black women that go. overlooked. Unnoticed. In quite frankly when they are noticed by. By much of America. They notice them for their assets as opposed their minds. Their hearts. The skills. Black women weep man, black women weep all around the world. I'm tired of it. As a black man I'm tired of Darnold. Frazier's popping up all around the world. I'm tired of Darnell. Fraser Avenue cry. I don't want anymore Darnell Frazier's having to cry I, don't I? It doesn't sit right with me. That our mothers and our sisters that our wives, our daughters. Our nieces. Community a women! Have to suffer. That, they almost had to live a life expecting grief. Expecting pain. Expecting someone to die. I'm and my heart goes out. Darnell frazier my. Prayers go to Darnell Frazier her family..

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"darnell frazier" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"darnell frazier" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Sound for the last word with Lawrence O. Doll anything arts. Rachel thank you. We're going to be going back to Elliot. Thanks Rachel really appreciate it before you go back to Ellie Belt. She we have new video tonight. Another Angle of the Minneapolis Police Holding George. Floyd on the street Monday night while he is saying. I can't breathe. This video appears to have been recorded seconds before the video that we have already been showing you this week that was recorded from another angle a closer angle in fact in this video we see. More officers crouched right above. George George Floyd as he says I can't breathe and I must warn you. This video is also very disturbing very much as disturbing as the video. We have shown you a this video that we will show you now lasts about eighteen seconds and here is that new video though we stay really backing we are here tonight. In the middle of a pandemic that has taken one hundred thousand American lives and we are changing our focus tonight to the loss of one life because a seventeen year. Old Girl in Minneapolis did the right thing. If she didn't do the right thing this hour tonight would be all about the coronavirus pandemic but you see what it is about now because that seventeen year old girl. Darnell frazier stood her ground Monday night and pressed record on her phone and recorded the first video ten minutes video. That showed us what happened to George. Floyd on that pavement Monday night and without that video. None of this would be happening. The police story of he resisted. Arrest would have been accepted as it was initially accepted by the police department on Monday night. They officially put it in their public statement about it that he resisted arrest. We have since seen other video emerge showing George George Floyd not resisting at any point in any of the video. We're going to go back to the streets of Minneapolis right now. I believe with Belci who is on the scene alley. What.

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