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Arizona Congressman David Schweikert remembers John Lewis
"Of Congressman John Lewis lies in state of the U. S Capitol and Arizona Republican is sharing some fund memories of the late civil rights icon. Congressman David Schweikert served with Lewis on the House Ways and Means Committee and tells our Louis was revered in the halls of Congress. When he would speak in the committee. The committee would just sort of go silent because he had this very big voice, though most of the time Very quiet. He's one of those who actually has an amazing story and yet was kind to all of Lewis walked alongside Dr Martin Luther King Jr and the famed five day 54 mile March from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama in 1965. Lewis died on July 17th at the age of 80. Jeremy
Body of John Lewis crosses bridge in Alabama, site of 'Bloody Sunday' attack that helped lead to Voting Rights Act
"John Lewis continue. His body in a flag draped casket is headed in a hearse to Montgomery, Alabama, to pass the Rosa Parks, Museum and other landmarks. The publican walk past Lewis's casket later today at the state Capitol building. This. After Lewis is final crossing of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, were in the sixties. He and other civil rights marchers were beaten by police. ABC is Mary Bruce and Selma. Edmund Pettus was a leader of the cake. And they say that the bridge does not represent now the symbol of civil rights. So the calls are growing for this bridge to be renamed John Lewis, the name that they believe reflects Legacy and the life and the future in the direction of the country is headed and Oscar winner Olivia have.
John Lewis carried across Selma bridge for the final time
"Slow where he and other civil rights marchers were beaten many years ago on a bridge named for a cake, a leader a last journey across it in Selma, Alabama, for the body of Congressman John Lewis. This past hour, his flag draped casket in a horse drawn case on ABC is Rachel Scott. In so so many gathering here today to honor the civil rights icon say that the fight for injustice still continues. And the best way to honor his legacy is to do exactly what he said. Getting good trouble, unnecessary trouble and keep your eyes on the prize. There's talk of renaming the Edmund Pettus Bridge after Lewis, ABC News political analyst Steve Roberts. There is Ah, wonderful symmetry to the idea of renaming this bridge. Not only because there is this movement to remove the symbols of of the Confederacy was his casket next headed for Montgomery, Alabama today, accusing
"The Wonder Years" reboot pilot featuring Black family in the works
"One of the most beloved single cameras family sitcoms of all time it's coming back to TV. The wonder years and Fred savage is returning as well the classic eighty s and ninety s show, which saw Fred plane relatable teenager Kevin Arnold in the. Late sixties and early seventies is getting a reboot by ABC this time. Fred will be directing and executive, producing rather than starring, and it will focus on a black family in Montgomery Alabama beginning in the late sixties, just like the original
'The Wonder Years' is getting a reboot with a Black family
"We'll you remember the TV show the wonder years with Fred savage guess what it's returning with a twist, famed director Lee Daniels. Will Executive Produce and Fred savage. The Star of the original series will direct a reboot of the hit program. This time built around a black family ABC announced this on Wednesday the half hour comedy will focus on how a black middleclass family in Montgomery Alabama in the turbulent late sixties. The same era as the original series made sure it was the wonder years for them to.
'The Wonder Years' is getting a reboot with a Black family
"Beloved TV classic is getting a reboot. Baby sees Christopher Watson with more on that What worked for 27 years after it aired its last episode, The Wonder Years, is returning to ABC. Like the original. The Reboot will be set in the 19 sixties. Except rather than following a white family in the suburbs. It'll follow a black middle class family in Montgomery, Alabama. During that turbulent time in America Empire Co creator Lee Daniels has the development reigns with Original Wonder Years star Fred Savage Go executive producing. Look for it late next year or early 2022.
Report documents nearly 2,000 Reconstruction-era lynchings
"I might cross your reporting a legal advocacy group that has been documenting lynchings in America has released a new report in releasing a new report on an additional two thousand lynchings of black people in post civil war America Bryan Stevenson the founder of the equal justice initiative says in a statement we cannot understand our present moment without recognizing the lasting damage caused by allowing white supremacy and racial hierarchy to prevail during reconstruction the equal justice initiative has now documented nearly sixty five hundred lynchings of black people between eighteen sixty five and nineteen fifty lynchings came as mobs attacked black people attempting to participate in the political process or merely live freely a memorial to lynching victims the national memorial for peace and justice opened in Montgomery Alabama in twenty eighteen hi Mike Crossey up
Alabama Nears 15,000 COVID-19 Cases, 15 More People Die
"Greene Alabama is facing a corona virus crisis right now the state has nearly fifteen thousand confirmed cases about a third of those are from the past two weeks alone according to the state's public health department according to one tractor Alabama is now outpacing forty six other states and the district of Columbia in new cases Dr David thrasher is seeing what this bike looks like first hand well it's a it's pretty tough the numbers in Alabama numbers steadily going up he's the chief of staff at Jackson hospital in the city of Montgomery last weekend when I was on call we sell a hundred forty patients which is twice her normal boy in this time of year well the hospital's per se are are hurting it's gotten so bad that hospitals in Montgomery are sending coronavirus patients out of the county for treatment thrasher says many of the patients are actually young but we have H. skate the surge but out this combat without then just the last three weeks if the situation at Jackson hospital sounds dire that's the story all over the city of Montgomery yesterday only six I see you beds were available across the health system last week one intensive care unit that was available the mayor of Montgomery Stephen Reid says things are at crisis levels at a time when the state has been easing restrictions and may re joins us on the line this morning mayor thanks for the time always a pleasure what are you hearing from hospitals like Jackson hospital in in terms of what they need most in this moment right now what I'm hearing is that they're looking for us to sound the alarm and to let people know we're still middle of a pandemic in that we are in a health crisis and that they're running short on PPVs they're they're running short obviously on beds in that you know the staffs are physically emotionally spent so we have to do our part as as leaders in the community to make sure we get the public to understand this is not over we have not won a battle with Kobe nineteen yet and we have to continue some of the things that we were doing just a couple months ago by staying at home where masked men in public in part to saying all of these sanitary guidelines have been handed down by the CDC have you been seeing people in the city social distancing wearing masks similar or residents taking those precautions I think some are adding some had decided that depended because over in their bid to get back to their normal way of doing things and they're willing to take the risk unfortunately it's not just themselves they put at risk when they do that they put members of the public out there friends family colleagues at risk and certainly our first responders and those medical professionals who also doing you know this a great job have been over the last couple of months is there something that makes your city more vulnerable like where do you think this bike is coming from right now you know we can't point to any one particular place or a flash point if you will I think would would makes us vulnerable is the fact that we have the regional health care center for central Alabama and so we have people that come from as far away as ninety hundred miles to our health care system so we're getting people from everywhere and certainly at the here Montgomery we've had people who again have relaxed their approach to never likes their practices in art here into social guidelines anymore why I know the governor Kay Ivey has has moved ahead with lifting restrictions in the state's despite some concerns that that you've expressed I mean do you have the authority and are you planning to maybe put stricter measures back in place in your city after two hundred and forty percent increase month over month in covert cases we're planning to do whatever we have to do in order to change the string and we have limited authority unfortunately as mayor but there are things that we can do from our main daily mass which we've been encouraging for well over two months making that in into a city ordinance to also maybe looking at other ways to tie the faucet so to speak so we're gonna try to do what we can I've we don't see these numbers change here in the next few days the next few days I mean what what is the process I mean did you have to like go to city council and get then when it's passed and signed and and announce it and get it out there I mean it sounds like you really are a crisis moment where where actions like this might be needed ABS absolutely we we need to go to the council and had a discussion with them but we're prepared to do that we already have some of those discussions and we're watching the numbers each day and we talk with our medical professionals in this community in our hospital CEOs to also get their feedback as well about the ongoing conditions all right again speaking to Steven Reid the mayor of Montgomery Alabama his city and the state of Alabama seeing a real crisis moment as cases of coronavirus have been increasing in
DC Metro area and Montgomery, Alabama remain among the areas with the highest covid numbers
"The White House coronavirus task force coordinator Dr Deborah Berke says DC northern Virginia Montgomery and prince George's counties remain among the nation's highest regions recovered nineteen cases this morning to put it another way CNN health unit senior editor Maggie fox says we haven't really flatten the curve around here at all in general rates have been hired in large cities and we know the northeast got hit really hard really early New York City was particularly badly affected by corona virus but it's also important to realize that testing is still kind of a mess in the United States and it's hard to know if it's giving an accurate picture of where the cases really are and where they are not there's no reason to believe that the DC area wouldn't be heavily affected but the test results are a reflection of who's being tested and how so if there's more testing going on you're going to have a higher levels of
US Awards Border Wall Contract In Texas To Begin In 2021
"The U. S. government has awarded a two hundred seventy five million dollar border wall contract for construction that would begin in South Texas in January at the start of president trump's second term if he is re elected Caddell construction company based in Montgomery Alabama won the contract to build fourteen miles of barriers in and around the radio the city of two hundred sixty thousand people on the Rio
"montgomery alabama" Discussed on WRVA
"Weekend a federal judge in Montgomery Alabama issued a preliminary injunction barring that state from forbidding abortions as part of a pandemic related ban on elective medical procedures Richard Cantu ABC news rain likely during the overnight hours with scattered strong storms Monday morning and again in the middle part of the afternoon damaging wind gusts will be the main concern high temperatures close to eighty degrees frenzy twelve meteorologist Megan Weiss with news radio eleven forty W. R. VA NO one ninety six point one FM dear viruses pretty scary Hucknall the corona virus Mister Smarty pants put on your Smarty pants listen to newsradio WRT a call the one eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five this is coast to coast AM with.
"montgomery alabama" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"I started going to the NAACP meetings and I met Rosa Parks we would sit and share our lunches and talk about the problems so on December first it was like any other day that we talked we had a large came back late in the evening and I had phone calls from a whole lot of people and I found out that Mr Ogden arrested I went over she told me she wanted me to represent a and I told I would but I also told us in Rome as far as you know we've been dealing with this problem on the buses for a long time though but you know there has been talk in the community about people staying off the buses as a protest and if we're going to do that now is the time to make a long story short my cross town to do an Robinson's house and we said in her living room on the evening of December first in the morning of December second and made the plans for the Montgomery bus boycott and we said that we need to have the preachers involved in it thanks man the new citizens of Montgomery Alabama since December fifth that's how the dog was introduced and beneficial it doctor caring walls made an appointment the spokesman for the group and the rest of it is history outrage over the fatal shooting of seventeen year old Trayvon Martin protesters are demanding the arrest of that neighborhood watch captain thing a lot women into.
Rosa Parks honored with a statue in Montgomery, Alabama
"A statue of civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks is the debut today in downtown Montgomery Alabama it'll be unveiled at an event in Montgomery plaza this afternoon at the court street fountain the date coinciding with the nineteen fifty five anniversary of parks refusing to give up her seat on a public bus to a white man that protests sparked the Montgomery bus boycott and that's one of the key moments in the struggle for civil
Montgomery, Alabama elects its first black mayor
"Alabama's capital city once known as the cradle of the confederacy and later the birthplace of the civil rights movement has elected its first black mayor responded Nevil reports democratic mayor elect Stephen Reid says the election showed Montgomery is unified read will replace outgoing Republican mayor Todd strange the forty five year old probate judge defeated businessman David woods with sixty seven percent of the vote in his concession speech woods said he would work to support
Birthplace of U.S. civil rights movement elects first black mayor
"Voters in Alabama's capital electing the city's first black mayor the new mayor of Montgomery Alabama will be probate judge Stephen Reid the forty five year old African American will preside over a city that was once the cradle of the confederacy and later the birthplace of the civil rights movement reed says his campaign was built on a coalition focused on what the city can become breaking with the politics of the past re defeated businessman David woods by a decisive
Montgomery, Alabama elects its first black mayor
"Montgomery Alabama has elected its first black mayor forty five year old probate judge Stephen read one about sixty seven percent of the vote defeating businessman David woods mayor elect read at his victory party last night we build around within the read will be the first black mayor of the city where southern delegates voted to form the confederacy in eighteen
Montgomery, Alabama elects first African American mayor
"In Montgomery Alabama voters elect the first black mayor Stephen Reid winning Tuesday's run off and says it's not about being first it's about a vision for change we can everyone turns two hundred years old this year notably sixty four years ago so the police arrested Rosa Parks refusing to give up her seat on the bus for a white
"montgomery alabama" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Off the nicotine but i gotta be in montgomery alabama brothers. I called everybody but i i didn't get her. I didn't even get her number. Jesus showed up and you'll say he was then. I got in the car with her and then i got down to this club is talking to somebody else. Sales event you got this left and i'd never seen her tense but <hes> i tracked her down and i can't remember how i wanted to please well. I get a call from heard. He heard lots about talking about it. Then i'll be in montgomery and sure enough heard within montgomery and i walk into building and i just got ah our remorse and that jerry taylor had terry was president at eight fifty jets well kim. I got those good f._m. I got it anyway that just one of my story but you got the original belt back but this time when i first met her i would end up with ended up. You ain't built that this time. You know ten fifteen years later when she came to see me at sam houston i had the new w._w._l. Yeah but you've got that. I got it back yeah but she drove allow parking lot with the car. I didn't ever number. I had her name and all that but i had to spend the money to get her back. Yeah you know there's no worse fill in the world's first of all because someone d- stealing the belt but there's been many times when i'd be driving down the road and i remember packing up the belt inside my suitcase putting it in my truck but because of the night's events before of studies have panic like holy shit and did i know so you pull over on a show on the road you get back in your truck. You open up your bagley. Oh yeah there it is so the shit you locked trunk. Can you haul ass again but i can only imagine a family wants wants. Someone else's got it much less than i thought i had replaced the yield. She didn't know she had just mad mad.
29 cats killed at shelter
"News some trouble and not one but two Alabama animal shelters of investigators looking into what happened ABC sherry Preston reporters shelter in Dothan Alabama near the Florida state line outdated equipment allowed to pit bulls to break a galvanized bar attached to a chain link fence that let the dogs out of their pen into a pan housing cats twenty nine the cats were fatally mauled by the dogs haven't said yet whether the dogs will be put down a woman in Montgomery Alabama says her dog Vinnie was put down by mistake after he was caught running loose in the neighborhood he was only there a few hours the shelter says he was mistaken for another dog slated for euthanasia the woman says she's
Charge against Alabama woman who lost fetus in shooting 'defies logic': attorney
"Can Alabama woman is facing manslaughter charges for losing her fetus during a fight with another woman twenty eight year old Marseille Johnson was arrested last week after a grand jury issued an indictment saying she intentionally caused the death of her fetus by starting a fight while five months pregnant the Montgomery Alabama woman was shot in the stomach during a fight with the second woman over the fetus is father police say the other woman fired in self defense lawyers filed a motion to dismiss the charges against Johnson saying quote they are completely unreasonable and
U.S. abortion-rights activists vow to challenge landmark Alabama ban
"The eyes of anti abortion and abortion rights activists run Montgomery, Alabama Tuesday night. That's where the Alabama state Senate passed an abortion Bill considered to be the strictest in the nation. It outlaws just about all abortions with no exceptions for rape. And incest, only if the mother's health is endanger CBS's, Jim Krasula, Republican state. Representative Terry Collins, sponsored the legislation that would criminalize abortion and Alabama. My way through this issue in this field democratic state Senate minority leader, Bobby singleton, Alabama didn't need this. We already being looked at us with state, and you just gave her in a Bush supporters of the legislation. Hope it will prompt judicial challenges that could force the supreme court to reconsider the legalisation of
"montgomery alabama" Discussed on WJR 760
"Display. Here's frank. So I'm sure, you know, about the latest dispute between the house speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Donald Trump. The president is scheduled to give his state of the union address to congress on January twenty nine but speaker Pelosi. Has told the president, you know, you'd better not plan to do it because the government shutdown we can't guarantee security, and so maybe better not give the address it's required that the president provide congress with a state of the union message. He can write it and in all presidents do and then they also make the address, but this year is different. And so other states are taking a look at this and go, wait a minute. We've got to have a state of the union address and here in the state of Michigan. The new house speaker the GOP house speaker Lee Chatfield of levering has sent an invite to President Trump to deliver his state of the union address right in the Michigan state capital in Lansing and speaker Chatfield on the other end of our line this morning. Good morning. Good morning, Frank. I appreciate the opportunity to be honest. I'm actually celebrating this Martin Luther King day with my two oldest children and. Actually currently in the Henry Ford museum. So I I hope it's not too much noise around me. But I appreciate you making time to have. No. And what a what a great place to. Celebrate that too. And I'm sure you'll have them aboard that bus that Rosa Parks staged her her sit in on in Montgomery, Alabama. That's in that is E M as well along with the Kennedy car from the assassination of president John F Kennedy, it's just a a wonderful wonderful place. Well, my my two oldest children have been begging to come here for a couple of years. And all of those things are on our list and actually on Martin Luther King day. Henry Ford has open free admission to the public. So it's quite busy in here today. Well, that's terrific. All right. Let me take you away from your your duties there for a moment and ask you about this invite that you have sent to the White House apparently to seek the the president's address. Here in the state of Michigan. What what have you heard back so far when did you send it the nuts and bolts of, but if you would share it, why the invitation on Friday, and you know, it came to me considering the dysfunction that we're seeing in Washington politics and the partisan gridlock that dude I wanted to provide the president of the United States an opportunity to fulfill his aptitude requirement to give a state of the union address. And in Michigan. Here we found a way and bounce government to work together. And I'm a Republican speaker. I've set the tone that I want our democratic governor to be successful. Because that will mean the state of Michigan is successful. And I'm hopeful that Washington Democrats come to that same conclusion, and we found a way to get things done. We've lead the country here before and state of Michigan. And I wanted the president to know you've got an open venue here in the state capital. Should you to give us address without tell you this spring time of of government shutdown that we're experiencing right now. Now at the time that people need to hear from their commander in chief. And I thought it was the right? Imitation. And they asked me to send it officially I have. And they said I should your back from him shortly. So we'll see where that goes. But I hope it just sent the right message to Washington that you can work across the island get things done. What was the the official date? I'm looking at a copy of the letter, but I don't see a date on it. Of your invitation, Mr Speaker. So I believe I sent that out officially on Friday the eighteenth. Right. And and and any idea when you might get some kind of response, you know, what I'm not exactly certain. And I know the president has been quite busy sense. My invitation to him, and you know, with the proposal that he had made Saturday two all within government to bring you know to open the gun right back up and get us moving in the right direction. So out of the White House has contacted me on a couple of separate occasions and has said that the letter has been put in front of the president. He has read it, and it's under consideration. So at this point, you know, we're just waiting to hear back, but I'll tell you Frank my my I bowl would simply need to have him deliver it in Washington in the federal house with an open government and at the same time ensuring that we have good border security. And I think he's made it's fair. I think it's honest, and I'm hopeful that the Democrats will take it. But at the end of the day, that's not my purview. But living in a federal Listrik system. Government power survive between the states and the federal government and then. Our best interests in the state of Michigan. We have an open federal government. And I just wanted him to know we are open at your service, and we will be flexible with you. She wanted to deliver it and our beautiful capitol in Lansing. Any word from the governor's office on what Gretchen Whitmer might feel about this. You know, I have not heard back in any official capacity of what others in the state of Michigan. I would think whether negative or positive, but I will tell you this. I think it's a step in the right direction for us. Because though, the governor and I have disagreement. I think we're both committed to not letting those disagreements defining, but rather our ability to come forward with solution. And I'm hopeful that Washington will step in new talent because you know, Franken in an era of divided government. You you can't get anything done without an element of consensus and burning desire to see Coppermine. And we're going to do that in Michigan. We will ensure that the people are served. We will come together and find consensus on the issues that are important to the people state of Michigan. And I hope this up to Joan with speaker Pelosi and others in Washington. It's time to set aside partisan game and start serving the people and that will mean to go with the president. All right. Well, we shall wait to see what the response may be. It'll it'll have to be soon though, because the twenty ninth is is almost upon us. It's only eight days away. So these gonna do it could be a quick decision. That's right. Well, listen, I will be awaiting decision when I hear back from them and officials Tabachnyk Frank you will know about it. Good deal. I look forward to having you back on. Then if that's Senator Mr Speaker, thank you so much. Thank you, sir. Appreciate it. House speaker Lee Chatfield up in Lansing wants the president to give a state of the union address in the chamber in our state capital. We shall see fashion marketing and management juniors. Zoe Bagley on loves fashion and chose northwood university's BB a MBA program Zoe's going to complete her bachelor's degree in just three years. Her fourth year, she'll become student at north woods DeVos graduate school of management and earn her MBA in twelve months. The mentioned that two degrees in.
"montgomery alabama" Discussed on KQED Radio
"February mass shooting in parkland Florida members of, the panel have visited school district across. The country looking at security and mental health resources the commission held its, fourth and final public listening, session yesterday in. Montgomery Alabama as Troy public radio's Kyle Gasset reports there was a common theme from those who spoke. Concern about the, idea of putting guns in schools Montgomery resident Adam Vincent was among. The first to speak at the Alabama state house he told the commission. That his best friend from, high school committed suicide when he was in college he was upset over a break up with his girlfriend and stole the. Gun from another student's room where it was unsecured He, never had the chance to build a bright, future he ahead of him Vincent is a member of two advocacy groups the everytown survivor network and moms demand action for gun sense in America he told the commission that his. Friend's death motivated him to speak out against guns in. Schools as someone who has lost a loved one to gun violence it is broken my heart to, know the daily impact of gun violence in this country and see, such an abundance of mass shootings over. The past year and school shootings in particular speakers included teachers superintendents school, counselors and advocates for gun, control many were. There to respond to reports that education secretary Betsy DeVos is weighing whether to allow districts to spend. Federal dollars on, arming schools devices the chairwoman of the school safety commission but did. Not attend the meeting here in Montgomery in June device told lawmakers at. A congressional hearing that the, commission would not focus on the role of guns in school violence this was the last of the commissions for listening sessions One was held in Washington DC and the, others in Kentucky Wyoming in Alabama states that voted for President Trump in. Two thousand sixteen many of the speakers in Montgomery opposed calls to arms schools students do not need more cops and going to be safe and they certainly. Won't benefit from having scarce education dollars diverted to buy guns for teachers that's more Lynne Tillman apparent in education advocate who traveled to Montgomery from Gwinnett County Georgia her organization. Gwinnett stop works to keep kids, out of the school to prison pipeline. She told the commission that arming school staff sends the, wrong message instead she had this request Armas with proven strategies for improving school climate, create a climate and culture where students are, emotionally and physically safe to learn Karen Sahlins provides counseling services to schools in and around when Comey she wanted the commission to know that for some students school is already a. Safe space I feel really really passionate about the fact One of my kids who are mostly. In, poverty type situations go to school because school is there solace school, is their place where they get together and feel safe and I just thought. I need to come in and say something as kids don't have a voice the commission is expected to issue recommendations by the end of the year for. NPR news I'm, Kyle Gasset in Montgomery Alabama.
"montgomery alabama" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"A white mob attacked a busload of freedom riders in montgomery alabama prompting the federal government to send a u sunday in us marshals to restore order that was president kennedy the thirty fifth president of these united states nineteen eightynine royal oak native actress comedian gilda radner died in los angeles at age forty two she was on the original cast of saturday night live and she was married to gene wilder who just passed let's see nineteen ninetysix a united states supreme court in romer versus evans struck down six three a colorado measure banning laws that protected homosexuals from discrimination really i don't remember that interesting let's see ten years ago today president george w bush welcomed nato's secretary general zip de hoop scheffer to his crawford texas ranch to review strategy and a flurry of issues secretary to five years ago today a two day nato summit hosted by president barack obama open in chicago why thousands of i remember this thousands of protesters marched through downtown chicago airing grievances about war climate change and a wide range of other complaints yes yes yes one year ago at united states secret service officer shot a man with a gun who would approach a checkpoint outside the white house and refused to drop his weapon that that'll that'll that'll get you every time yeah they they will they will get you every time on that so don't go up to the white house and act all billy bad ass don't do that it it's it's it's not good thank you.
"montgomery alabama" Discussed on KPCC
"The victims of american lynchings opened in montgomery alabama were focusing most of today's show on this troubled period of american history let's get back to terry's two thousand two interview with historian philip dray author of at the hands of persons unknown the lynching of black america is there anything like this you can find an american history like lint the kind of lynchings that became public spectacles and public events where everybody showed up maybe brought a picnic lunch and you know washed it like it was a a movie or a theater event i can't really think of anything probably the closest thing is a religious revival know an outdoor religious revival in the south for instance you've you know we've all seen these kind of things depicted in films where you know the family show up and it's a day long event and people get very carried away it's a very emotional experience i mean that's it's important to point out too that lynching itself was in many especially with spectacle lynchings was a kind of quasi religious experience because it was so ritualized and it seemed to suggest a kind of expiation on the part of the lynch mob another other words often lynchings would follow a period in which white and black relations in a particular community or had become very tense so the lynching served as almost a kind of release like a sacrifice meanwhile of course you have the southern white population still sort of reeling from the civil war and lashing out at the people namely blacks who they saw as the cause of this dilemma so it was a kind of a catharsis a sense of release and and it was important to completely destroy the victim because it was believed that if you completely destroyed a person and left really no part of them extent they wouldn't go to heaven and so you'll find that in most lynchings not only was the person killed or immolated but then what remained of them was was cut up and handed out as souvenirs let's look at some of the opposition to lynching you write a lot about either be wells and she became an anti lynching activist and you quote something very eloquent that she said no other nations civilized are savage burns it's criminals only under the stars and stripes is the human holocaust possible what was her approach to trying to stop lynching just as the court you read suggested.
"montgomery alabama" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Oppressed in taras afp's chief photographer in kabul sean mirai which killed in monday's blast then a new monument to victims of white supremacy slavery and lynchings opens in alabama bill with music from enslavement to mass incarceration we want people to understand there is this line from slavery to racial bias and discrimination that we see today that needs to be restored we want people to come through our museum and walk out with an opportunity to do something we hope they'll prepare to say something that sounds like never again should we tolerate racial bias the justice country we'll speak to bryan stevenson the founder of equal justice initiatives the group behind the national memorial for peace and justice in montgomery alabama all that and more coming up welcome to democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report i'm amy goodman in afghanistan the funerals have begun for the ten journalists killed monday the deadliest day for journalists since the afghan war began in two thousand one nine journalists died in a double suicide bombing attack in kabul including jones francepresse is celebrated photographer sean marai survivors of the bombing said the suicide bomber was posing as a cameraman isis has claimed responsibility for the attack a tenth journalists was shot dead monday in the eastern city of khost will go to kabul after headlines for more on the attacks that's after headlines north and south korea are continuing to take a stark steps toward peace on monday the south korean military began to dismantle loudspeakers that have been blaring propaganda into the north since two thousand sixteen north korea has announced it will shift its clocks forward thirty minutes to align with south korea's timezone south korean leader moon jaein has also convinced north korea's kim jong un to hold the upcoming son that with president trump at the demilitarized zone known as the dmc the diplomatic breakthroughs come after friday's landmark summit between kim and moon during which the two leaders pledged to denuclearize.
"montgomery alabama" Discussed on The Takeaway
"We begin at the national memorial for peace and justice if the new monument opening today in montgomery alabama to commemorate the victims of lynching in america one central piece of that commemoration is art my name is dana king i am a sculptor based in oakland california and the artist who created guided by justice for the memorial for peace injustice in montgomery alabama dame king sculpture of three women sits just outside the memorial the heavy brown monolith so the pavilion hang nearby as the women walked past on their way to somewhere else these women represent the women who walked during the monk memory bus boycott they walked every day rain shine super hot in the summertime in montgomery and cold actually bone chilling cold in the wintertime and they did it every day it's it's i think my sculptures like a trinity of quiet activism these women's shut down the bus company actually all the walker shut down the bus company and they were unified in a way that i don't know that we can be defied today which makes me sad but hopefully the sculpture will inspire people with the understanding of of what people went through and the sacrifices they made a simple is not taking the bus was a huge sacrifice because they took the bus everywhere to the doctor's office to work to the grocery store to church and these people said no we're done we've had enough and that changed the direction of the civil rights movement back in nineteen fifty five so these women are walking one is going to the doctor she's pregnant and one is a teacher off to teach the babies and one is a grandmother off to take care of the babies they're all independent women and but they're they're unified in this goal and the elder.
"montgomery alabama" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Don't stop for fast food in montgomery alabama anywhere in montgomery a good idea not even stop in montgomery that is the all i was doing was looking for a cup of coffee that's all i wanted and good luck and so i went into the mix i went into a hardee's i i believe and i'm standing there and there are no mcdonald's i there are three employees and they're standing there talking and i'm standing there i'm the only one there you know they got people coming to the drive through and they keep pouring coffee and then handed it out to someone to drive and then i said so so an all i wanted a cup of coffee and they keep poor another guy said they don't frigging run out of coffee it's in is talking to each other not talking to me and i said excuse me and they said yes sir and i said i want to get a cup of coffee she's pouring should oh we just pour the it's going to be about fifteen minutes you want someone with damn it so i just laugh so i went over to the i wonder if the hardee's and they're just enron gavin and i said can i get a cup of coffee and they said we don't have coffee i said i look back i looked i said is this a hardens i said you don't have coffee will i mean not today i don't think we have coffee louise we have we don't have we just don't have coffee i'm going what do you mean don't have coffee burger.
"montgomery alabama" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)
"This ted talks features author and racial literacy leader howard stevenson recorded live at tad mad 2017 there's an african proverb that goes the lions story will never be known as long as the hunter is to one to tell it more than a racial conversation we need a racial literacy to decode the politics of racial threat in america keita this literacy is a forgotten truth that the more that we understand that our cultural differences represent the power to heal the centuries of racial discrimination dehumanisation illness both of my parents were africanamerican my father was born in southern delaware my mother north philadelphia and these two places are as different from each other as east is from west as new york city is from montgomery alabama my father's way of dealing with racial conflict was to have my brother bryan my sister cristiana in church would seem like 24 hours a day seven days a week if anybody bothered us because of the color of our skin he believed that you should pray for them knowing that god would get them back in the end you could say that has racial coping approach was spiritual for later on one day like martin luther king but mothers coping approach was a little different she was a you could say more relational right now like in your face by now more like malcolm x she was raised from neighborhoods in which there was racial violence and segregation was she was chased out of neighborhoods and she executive violence to chase others out of hers when she came to southern delaware she thought she had come to a foreign country should understand anybody particularly the two black and brown folks who were physically differential and verbally differential and the presence of whites not my mother when she wanted to go somewhere she walked.
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"Komo fm hauteville from abc news i'm richard cantu president trump will be getting his first physical exam as president who white house says that president trump has a physical scheduled for january twelve he'll be evaluated at walter reed medical center in bethesda by dr ronnie jackson the white house physicians since two thousand thirteen dr jackson will provide a read out of the exam abc's karen travers in washington during the campaign mr trump's physical personal physician declared him to be in excellent physical health in montgomery alabama certification one election officials certifying doug jones's historic victory over roy morey and alabama special senate election earlier this month secretary of state john merrill says accusations of rapid voter fraud have been investigated and disproved heartening linnea then introduced the meaning have offered a reason for nine certification except for the fact that you're disciplined in the result separately and alabama judge throughout roy moore's request to delay the certification in a statement the judge campaign saying this desperate attempt by roy more to subvert the will of the people will not succeed the election is over it's time to move on doug jones will be sworn in by vice president mike pence is alabama's first democratic senator in 25 years when congress resumes on january thirty maybe she's loria riviera 2017 comes to an end with fewer police officer dying in the line of duty for the first time and for years one hundred twenty eight in 2017 and craig floyd of the national law enforcement officers memorial fund says that includes a big drop in the number of officers killed by gunfire what are the real significant downturn chat is is certainly favorable was the number of officers struck and killed outside of their vehicles sat number decreased by forty percent this year in cleveland sexists northeast of houston a four year old boy was killed on a free house collapsed and sell on wall street the dow closed up sixty three points you're listening to abc news when was the last time you said i love no really was the last time he said i love my pillow we think we know why this is so difficult because your pillow sox that's right as soon as you lay on it and needs to be scratched an adjusted which some pitch man convinced you is a good thing and in the middle of the night and starts all over again.
"montgomery alabama" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The jump in with me eight five five two one two four cbs that is the number to call and jeb right back on the phones john is in montgomery alabama and he's next up on cbs sports radio what's upjohn hey good afternoon everyone would the topic that you mention just a few minutes ago by the yankees on you were talking to one of those haters aha good and they're and they're reasons why i mean and it it is kinda like leaving in the state with the people over in the west part of my state uh around tuscaloosa they hated people that way it's the same kind of thing it's the the number of championships the mistake all those things is aggravating about the yankees as if they travel so well when you when you build your home team's park their obnoxious because once your home john what's your home team the whole artists atlanta broker so everything but we we go there you know heck a third of the crowd will be york nuts found they follow this thing they're very loyal that kind of thing but it makes them a bit annoying and plus they have the media attention than they have the money and then all those things together that's why they hate it maybe not as much at this moment but they're getting there again pushed for certain yeah to go i mean i i remember i'm a cubs fan i remember cubs playing the braves in a playoff game and there were more cubs fan seem like than brace fans of the games there are other teams know boston travels well also saint louis and some mothers but yeah oh they do yeah i bet it does up when you pulling for the other thing but everyone else this like i said with the claims across the board are going to be that way the fate lewis and the boston fan of course but any other city go to i would say.
"montgomery alabama" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
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"montgomery alabama" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The allegations and they would be sure to turn out to vote for more in next month special election for npr news i'm kyle gasset in montgomery alabama republicans in the senate of unveiled their vision for a long promised tax overhaul the house is ready to vote on its version next week once again to chamber seem at odds over policy in which they agree in which they promised voters they would enact president trump is challenged the congress japan's some kind of tax bill by christmas so there is the potential for a real holiday drama npr congressional correspond kelsea schnell joined us guilty thanks so much for being with us thanks for having me helpless understand the goal to these 2tax plant well here's what the house and senate have in common both those are focus on driving the economy by cutting taxes and cutting taxes primarily for businesses they want to grow the economy by making it easier for companies to make profits and they say hire more people the houses will focus on satisfying the most conservative members they want simple taxes they want people to feel like they understand how they pay their tax bill the senate does a little bit more to protect the tax breaks that people recognize nei identify with they specifically are protecting the mortgage interest deduction student loan breaks and the brakes for charitable deductions and medical expenses those things that when people say i claim this on my tax bill they can name them and so it a little bit more personal in part that's because the senate senators represent the entire state and they have constituencies that are broad and diverse than so they want to make sure people feel protected helpless 100 shrimps of the particulars in the house bill and then the senate bill sure so the house bill would take seven existing tax brackets and cut them down to three they would slash the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to twenty percent and they would double the standard deduction that most people take when they file their taxes so if you're married couple you mmediately would write off twenty four thousand dollars if you're an individual that twelve thousand dollars you could to take off right off the top the senate does the same thing but like we talked about already they preserve lot of the individual tax breaks that people use and take every day charter the wreckage rural the.
"montgomery alabama" Discussed on Super Station 101
"And removing skin cancer and now let's take a quick look at some of the more well important points from this day in history all the way back in the year eighteen fourteen it was on this day the francis scott key wrote the star spangled banner the starspangled banner which is a poem originally entitled the defence are fort mchenry a was written after key witness the maryland fort being bombarded by the british during the war of 18 twelve he was inspired by the sight of a lone us flag still flying over fort mchenry at daybreak as reflected in the now famous words of the stars that spangledbanner also on this particular date knight tina 71 a fourday riot at attica prison comes to a violent and as law enforcement officials opened fire killing twenty nine inmates ten hostages in injury many more the insurrection was the bloodiest in us history on the morning of september 9th nineteen 71 a group of mates at attica correctional facility took control of the facility which inspired the riot also on this date in 1998 alabama governor george wallace one of the most controversial politicians in us history dies in montgomery alabama at the age of seventeen nine wallace was born in clio alabama the son of a farmer and worked his way to the university of alabama wall school after world war two to become one of the most prolific politicians at all of alabama history of course his presidential campaign aspirations came to an end when he was struck by a wouldbe assassin's bullet while campaign any in maryland lescot leeson show jim welcome to the program aimed jet one click think about family law jerry had so she got kilmartin i got death well if you got the capital elected don't blow it up would you it was the golf or a few years ago gm um what was your day this is some sort of nasty divorce and the ruling came against him day for so many years he had to give some percentage of his winnings she was asked why then it clear any all but quit yes he's like okay fine not yet anything.
"montgomery alabama" Discussed on WTMA
"Gangs there was a personal injury lawyer for nearly thirty years in montgomery alabama then became a rabbi at congregation beth is of the aisle in andover massachusetts because he so good he said good and other gangster was a longtime civil rights lawyer in private practice in san diego and other gangsta cofounded the lng ray company founded at lindor a company is now running the criminal organisation that many people think should be closed down on the rico statutes that all of them should be arrested on the reco the door should be broken in like they did the poor paul manafort break the doors and and sees the records of all of these people and see where the money he went unbelievable to me well anyway those are some of the stories i have in my mind carolyn ksfo what's on your mind carolyn go ahead please hey ranko when you had you cut and advocate your mind katter won't gap i'd be partnered with your background on off i may appeal i hear matt it hey to do what do i meditate to do what at com your thought no no idle meditate it doesn't work i i try to all of that in the '70s meditation doesn't work for me alpha waves don't work for me i was broke the machine i ripped the wires that am i had a walked out of the psychiatrist office or whatever he was i said what are you talking about watched the sign wave lemme alone i went out and had a beer i felt better that i drank a passion flower t i felt better now meditation doesn't work for me it's not my is that in my culture so i how do i find god i don't i've been from all my life believe me believe me he's waiting if i'm lucky i'll meet him at the end of the road that's of i'm lucky instead of the other fellow you get the joke a and she hung up a ready i'll even though she still there i'm here i look i ask i don't hear anything coming back he doesn't he doesn't speak let let me put it this way i'm an amateur photographer i take a lotta great pictures why do i take pictures because if i see is seen that's astonishingly moving i take a picture to me that's talking the.