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Fresh "Central Park" from Vickie Allen and Levon Putney
"Things out partly to mostly sunny with high around 70 that on Friday mostly cloudy and cool and a bit of rain will again be possible. Heisel range from 63 to 67. Padded 69 degrees in Bayshore 65 in west have a straw 72 in Central Park at 9 50 at the box office this weekend to do what I do need some idea of the threat we face a movie. Tenet is number one for the fourth straight week, but mainly because the sci fi thriller has no other big competition right now it's brought in just $41 million at the box office since it opened. With movie theaters in large cities like New York and L. A.
New York, Portland and Seattle named 'anarchist jurisdictions', could lose federal funding
"Just heard at the top of the hour here now one of three cities Seattle in Portland being the others considered by the Justice Department to be anarchist jurisdictions and This brings with it a threat from the president to cut federal funding. Mayor De Blasio calls it another one of President Trump's games, labeling it thoroughly political and part of his campaign strategy. It's all about race. And it's all about attempts to divide and to enthrall his base by attacking the other. The mayor asserting. This is what this guy does the on ly trick in his book. You gotta go back to the 19 eighties, where he called for the execution of the Central Park five. Blasio describes the president as insulting to our city, adding his effort to withhold our federal funding is unconstitutional. Rich
Fresh "Central Park" from 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"68, Then over the hump Wednesday cloudy and breezy with rain tapering to a couple of showers and high about 70 degrees. We're 77 right now in Central Park will hit 68 tonight wins news time 507. Well with the US averaging 40,000 Corona virus cases a day. The U. S surgeon generals as a vaccine is on the horizon. Despite some worries about a potentially rushed to vaccine Surgeon General Jerome Adam's telling students and medical experts at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston today that when the coroner virus vaccine is ready, people will ultimately trust that it's safe and follow the same prophet. We follow to develop vaccines from a safety standpoint. We've always followed and they will trust it because of diverse representation in trials. Adam says. There's also been outreach to historically black colleges and universities as well as Hispanic and let next communities to build trust for the vaccine. In other news, the head of the first of the three debates President Trump, responding to The New York Times report on his taxes, papers, and it obtained more than two decades of his returns and found he pay just $750 in federal income tax. In each of his first two years as president and paid no income tax. In 10 of the last 15 years before he was elected, Trump insisted today he paid many millions of dollars in taxes but was entitled like everybody else to depreciation and tax credits. He added. If you look at the extraordinary assets owned by me, which the fake news hasn't, he says, I am extremely under leveraged. I have very little debt compared to the value of assets. Times reported. The president's financial disclosures indicated here in at least 435,000,020, a team. But the tax filing reported 47 a half million dollar loss. Congresswoman Alexandria Okada. Cortez pounced on one particular deduction in President Trump's tax violence. She was once chided by Trump supporters railing at her for spending 250 bucks on a birthday hairdo. Now, AOC wanders out loud quote. Where's the criticism of their idol spending $70,000? On hairstyling. She answers their own question, Tweeting. Oh, it's nowhere because they're spineless massage, misogynistic hypocrites Got it. Wins news time 509 Hiring could be challenging, but ZIP recruiter makes it fast and easy. We talked to Monica Starks, who needed to hire for her company GS Group as the owner of a construction company. Finding the right people is a very difficult pants. So I used that crude zip recruiter finds the right people for your job and actively invites them to apply. The zipper cruder retired everyone from the accountants to project managers to feel scientists..
Facing backlash, Netflix defends ‘Cuties’ as ‘social commentary’ against sexualizing young girls
"Defended that movie cuties right. It has been a lot of backlash over the sexualized portrayal of Children in that drama, but what they're saying now, according to Netflix, They're saying it's a social commentary against the sexualization of young Children, According to a Netflix spokesperson. It's an award winning film in a powerful story about the pressure young girls face on social media and from society more generally growing up, and we'd encourage anyone who cares about these important issues to West the movie, so a lot of people had issues with it, but hadn't even seen it yet. Every time I would post about girlfriends this weekend, it would be people in my mission saying, Oh, you still watching Netflix? We need to cancel Netflix because it is show called cuties. I'm like you want to cancel the whole God damn subscription service Because one of the one show don't focus on getting the ones I don't focus on getting the one show canceled. Get rid of the whole screaming service. He want to get rid of all of the content like Central Park, 5 13 girlfriends. All of these things you can actually learn from that depict the black experience in a great way. You want to get rid of the whole screaming service because you're against one show gallery did contributed for the New Yorker, Richie Brody wrote of the movie that Netflix did itself a disservice with the misleading marketing And that's why this campaign is against it. And he said the subject of cuties isn't working. It's Children, especially poor and nonwhite Children were deprived of the resource is the education. The emotional support the open family discussion to put sexualized media and pop culture into perspective? And, he says, the story is a girl's outrage at and defiance of a patriarchal order. So you start to it sometime. Yeah, My daughter loved those kind of shows. She loves dance, Mom and you know my daughter competitive. She's a competitive cheerleading, So she watches all of that kind of stuff.
Fresh update on "central park" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Rego Park, Kew Gardens Hills, Kensington Windsor Terrorists in Brighton Beach, Sheepshead Bay, where the infection rate is between two and 3%. No determination has been made to close, non essential businesses, although that has not been ruled out. Juliet Papa 10 10 wins news Governor Cuomo says his office is doing a zip code analysis today. Brookland is a major contributor in the number of cases. And an orange and Rockland. On. We have specifics codes in Brooklyn that we're going to be looking at. Because it's very targeted. The governor today says he doesn't want to hear that people are tired of wearing masks. He says the viruses and tired and that local governments need to enforce mask wearing social distancing another rules. The governor also announced that he's extending the residential eviction moratorium through the end of the year. Dr Anthony Fauci is concerned about these areas in the city. He tells Good Morning America how New York City response to the spikes could serve as an example for other parts of the country. You get clusters the way that happened that Hopefully, they'll see that and say Okay, now we really got to be careful to avoid that so that when they start to ease things up, they do it prudently and carefully because they were going along really well there for awhile nationally doctor found, he says. The United States is not in a good place, he says, while parts of the country are doing well, there are states that air seeing an uptick and that could cause the death rate to rise. When asked specifically about the recent decision by Florida Governor Rhonda Santas to reopen bars and restaurants at full capacity and to suspend fines for not wearing a mask. Dr Fauci called that very concerning The head of the CDC doesn't think too highly, apparently have Scott Atlas. In fact, Robert Redfield says. Everything Atlas says is false. And that's a quote. Redfield was on a commercial flight when NBC News says they overheard the phone conversation that he was having with a colleague. They say, he said the new member of the White House Corona Virus Task Force has been arming the president with misleading data about a number of covert related issues, including the use of masks how susceptible young people are and herd immunity. After the flight, Redfield acknowledge that he was talking about Atlas when asked about it. However, a CDC spokesman said that NBC is reporting quote just one side of a private conversation. Partly sunny skies. We have 77 degrees. The humidity 66% the Windsor calm 77 going down to 68 in Central Park wins news time. 3 45 President Trump shifting his response to the bombshell report in The New York Times the latest on that coming up.
11 Trivia Questions on Hamilton
"Wants this quarantine. Is Lifted. We'll what happens and we'll see how much all of us can get out there and travel the world. I'm sure that they were all aching to just see something other than the inside of our garage or office or kitchens. So. Here's hoping for that. We're going to jump into these eleven questions on Paris and New York City right now here we go. It's Peres versus New York. Question number one according to the two thousand, twelve centers about how many people live in Paris is at one point five, million, two, point, five, million or five point five, million people number one, one, point, five, two, point five or five point five. Number two what nineteen sixty one, Audrey Hepburn film takes place in New York City number two, what nineteen sixty one audrey hepburn film takes place in New York City number two. Number. Three pairs is often called the city of light because of its role in the age of what number three pairs is often called the city of light because of its role in the age of what? Number four Captain Raymond Holt is a character you could find on what New York Sitcom number four Captain Raymond. Whole is a character. You can find on what New York Sitcom Number Four Number five museum is the setting for the intro of the Davinci code number. Five, what museum is the setting for the Intro of the Da Vinci Code. Number six what arena do the New York jets call home number six what arena do the New York jets call home? Number seven, this famous Irish writer has a tomb in Paris bears a sculpture of a person with wings named the writer number seven. A famous Irish writer has a tomb in Paris with sculpture of a person with wings name the writer. Number eight about how many acres is central park is at three, hundred, twenty, five, four, hundred, seventy, six, six, hundred, Sixty, eight, hundred, and forty acres number eight, those choices again, the acreage of Central Park three, twenty, five, four, seventy, six, sixty, or eight, forty. And number nine and frank. Sinatra's New York New York. He sings I want to wake up in a city that blank blank fill in those two blanks number nine and Frank Sinatra's New York. New York he sings I want to wake up and the city that blank blank. Number ten. What does the French word Mandi translate to English that's M. O. N. d. e. what does the French word Monda? Translate to in English. Andy Bonus for Peres versus New York for two points. There are six replicas of what landmark in Paris. There are six replicas of what landmark in Paris. Those are all your questions, repairs versus new city. We'll be right back in just a second with those us in France answers.
Officials battle online misinformation along with wildfires
"Are these historically large wildfires continue to rage out west fifteen people have already died a whopping four million acres already devastated across California as well as Oregon where you can see right here why the mayor there declared a state of emergency, the governor also publicly pleading. For the trump administration to support its governmental emergency response officials on the ground, say Donald trump failing them through fashion. Some critics compare his sort of public denial of even admitting what's going on with the wildfires that posture to of course, is deceitful approach to cove it. Who reports today are the things are even worse than all of that because right wing conspiracy theories supported publicly by Donald, trump are leading to dangerous activity. Again, we're living in a time where misinformation can be dangerous to your health and officials are warning. They're getting flooded with false phone calls fanned by Q. Not which incorrectly try to blame the fires on trump's perceived opponents. Translation what happens on facebook doesn't always stay on facebook a real world emergency political propaganda is making it harder for these firefighters to get the real information warnings they need as they go out and do their work and risk their lives. That's why sheriff's departments are pleading with people with messages like this just stop spreading rumors stop calling nine one one with political pranks. They say it has now gotten to the point where it is hampering their bandwidth to respond to the fires in real emergencies. It's twenty twenty. So sometimes, we have to state the obvious around here. Do not call nine, one one with Q. Non trumpy fake news propaganda. You do have the right to say whatever you want. Typing it up on the Internet you do not have the right to deceitfully thwart firefighting in the middle of this very real crisis for those calling from the West Coast some of these calls have been traced. If you need to think about it like this. Misinformation is expensive in the house you save could be your own. As mentioned, we're thrilled to have married trump live in the hour but I want to begin with some of our analysts, Jason, Johnson professor of politics at Morgan, State University and Katty Kay Washington anchor for BBC News. Good evening to both you. Evening Jason There's much talk about misinformation and people don't like lying even when it's just verbal if you want to be that specific. But given these twin crises, your view of the cost of this kind of misinformation. Rex It's massive. I'm in California right now and the difficulty the difficulty that local officials are having in managing people when it comes to these wall fires is immense and is partially because accused on, it's partially because the president basically sort of thumbs his nose that these sorts of Issues v rate of destruction that is happening out here. Basically, the size of central park is being burned every other day in northern California Oregon Central Park. Every other day is being burned devastated. varies a haze over the sky on a regular basis at the bottom. Of A pool, you can see ash settling after every single night. So the idea that people are wasting public resources with crazy conspiracy theories because they think that the fires were created by you know five G. or invading Muslims or George Soros doesn't help the fact that there are hundreds of thousands of people were either going to be out of their homes or not able to stay safely in their homes. During the time, we have a pandemic where rescuing people in putting them into shelters is all the more difficult. So yeah, this is propaganda that's Live when trump lies people are dying. Well. Caddy at the White House has often tried to reposition the Cova conversation in the election as well. This hit everywhere. This is global thing. it seems that this week there is a rightful focus and scrutiny on the president's leadership on his honesty on his approach, which is relevant. As, you go into election about who you want to continue to deal with this crisis or do you want to change the commander in chief? Yell the the virus has hit everywhere but my fourteen year old daughter is an online schooling here in Washington. Her friend in France in class. A. Friend in London is in class her friend in China is in plus her friend in Senegal. is in class and a friend in Germany is in class they're all going to school. And the reason they're going to school is because those countries have handled this better. So that's a direct comparison and in a globalised world. Our children here in the United States make no mistake about it that losing out because those other kids are in class going to school at advancing while orchids not advancing. So we're kicking this down to the next generation as well but. We elect leaders to be able to walk and Chew Gum at the same time. It is totally possible that you can give people a facts that you can trust the American people with the facts of something it is at also be inspirational and motivational and lift them up with a plan and show leadership. Those two things are not mutually exclusive and I think that's what the president is mistaking when he says, he didn't want people to panic and so he downplayed the virus. And gatty talk about how that stacks up in a global context that I think is very interesting to remember, and then how people are receiving these messages reporter. Jim Acosta spoke. To some people going to the trump rally take a look. Our about him because there's no. It's a it's a fake pandemic created to destroy the United. States of America. The president said the Bob Woodward there is a virus but corona virus that it is devil that's his opinion. Chatty. Where do you start i? Mean you stop by asking all of our leaders to come out with consistent clear accurate honest messaging when I really felt for Anthony. FAUCI. In that interview because I've interviewed g and he is so careful not to wade into political waters where there's going to be a difference between him and the president because he said that will be the only story and he is trying to get out the public health story doesn't WANNA make it a political story about. A disagreement he clearly feels now he has to set a Mauka. He has to wait into the politics of this and say, no when the President says, we are turning a corner. We're not actually turney. We're in this for the long haul because when the president says, we're turning a corner when he says, we're about to get over this or that is magically going to disappear what happens that guy doesn't wear a mosque when he attends a rally because he thinks it's not there. That's the risk. Door Jason. Trump can say you know he can see the light at the end of the tunnel. All we once it's a train right it's a train coming at us. We are about to head to fall which is flu season. This is a time where you have kids going back to school but you have people who have to shelter in place more because it's cold you can't eat outside and that makes us Much more difficult and I think are the real danger here is that as we recognize that the president is grotesquely incompetent, right easies driven by sort of racial malice and paying off his friends and everything else like that. At the base of all of this, we cannot forget to key things. One that the president is still trying to steal the election with the post office that you still have. Right. Wing Supreme. Courts in Wisconsin right now that are trying to people get absentee ballots. It's you have the president, the Republican Party suing in Iowa to prevent people from getting their absentee ballots that he's still trying to steal the election at the same time that you have literally millions of. Americans. Now, out of work who be out of their homes who are being evicted, which will make it more difficult for them to. Actually vote. So as much as the president is, is a horrible human being and trying to bankrupt this country and pay off his friends and stay in office. He is also doing things isn't competence has disrupted the ability of regular people remove him from office in a democratic way. We can't ever lose sight that because we can't get rid of him everything that's happening. Now we'll be ten times worse by nature.
Investigation Underway After Body Pulled From New York City's Central Park Pond
"In central Park divers recovering a human body 12 30 in the afternoon near the park entrance at 59th and Central Park West. Cops go onto the scene on a call of a drowning victim spotted in the pond. But it's unclear if the man actually died in the water or somewhere else, an investigation under way to determine that no word yet on the victim's identity. President Trump
Dr. Yusef Salaam And Ibi Zoboi On Punching the Air
"So you both met originally, it was ninety nine. There is a class at Hunter College were you were both attending and I wanna talk about that moment and what what came out of it because I know there was a conversation that began that took you on a walk from sixty eighth straight up to Harlem which for those who are not familiar with New York City is not a walk that's often done. And then it kind of vanished into the background for a number of years before it led to this recent collaboration let's let's sort of put a hold on that for the moment because I'm also curious. So the the decade or so leading up to that meeting and ninety nine was profoundly different experiences of life for each of you. and. I want to talk about that a little bit and then what kind of work away back to that meeting and then fell from there. Why don't we actually start with? Agree with you. I know originally born in Haiti raised in Bushwick in Brooklyn, at a time where for those who know Bushwick these days a lot of times people associated with gentrification a Lotta hipsters amazing street art, and are quote RT's no food eighties and nineties very different place right i. Immigrated to the United States from Haiti in Nineteen eighty-one I was four years old and the neighborhood that my mother could afford and was just me and my mother was Bushwick So bushwick at the time was very broken and dilapidated, very much like the Bronx and Harlem. So these neighborhood attack rundown buildings burnt out buildings because of the economic strife. That was in new. York City in the Seventies. So she rented a top floor apartment in a Brownstone by a friend a friend of a friend another Haitian immigrant who had his own business in the basement floor and he was a tailor and Bush get the time was affordable for a lot of immigrants because it was sort of no man's land. And for a long time. It was just me and her I left Bushwick in nineteen, eighty seven and a we moved to East, New, York Brooklyn, another broken and dilapidated neighborhood. That's another place that she could afford. So as an immigrant, I was aware of New York culture but was not part of it. I. Was a child, of course. So as a single mother. She was very overprotective and I watched New York City through the top floor window of a building or a brownstone apartment, and when I was allowed to play with the neighborhood kids outside I got made fun of in teased. But one important aspect about my growing up in New York City is a level of fear that my mother had. around the neighborhood kids. So I, now I know that kids just being kids they are a product of their environment but as immigrant as a single mother, my mother was a single mother as only her only daughter for a time. Neighborhood Kids were sort of a threat she was mugged in Bushwick Park and she was mugged a few times in fact, and that sort of fear she instilled in me for a very long time up until high school. When I started, you know having boyfriends she still remembered the neighborhood kids being sort of a threat and I was actually in sixth grade in east. New. York. Brooklyn when the Central Park five case had happened but before that I remember on gets in the subway vigilante trial I remember all those other racial violence incidents in New York City I watched it in a news I was a latchkey kid. And this all filtered into just my whole view and perspective of New York City as a child as an immigrant child and as a girl quite frankly. So I mean there there's a sense of danger that that is built into I and I mean if my understanding is also I mean. Part of I know your mom sounded incredibly protective I'm curious also whether that was entirely response just what she was experiencing in and around New York in the eighties where there's some of that also was drawn from the circumstances that led her and you to originally leave Haiti in the first place where she was essentially fleeing a relationship for safety purposes for both of you. A exactly, my mother was broadcast journalist in Haiti and my father was the owner of the radio station and he was thirty years older than her. So. What she was fleeing a sense with another form of Patriarchy that looks somewhat different than it does here in his country in that women go into relationships for financial support in a in a different way or fear there is no choice as I tell young people when I talk about my immigrant story is that there is no sexual harassment in a third world or developing country there is sexual harassment, but there's no calling out. metoo movements look very different in the developing world.
Investigation Underway After Body Pulled From Central Park Pond, New York City
"Tragedy this Labor Day in Central Park FD and why officials say the diver Dryden divers pulled a body that of a male victim from the Central Park Pond around 12 30. This afternoon from New the 59th Street. Central Park. West interest. No ID. As of yet, it's still ongoing investigation Once news time, 10 07 the
Central Park monument honors women's rights pioneers
"And a bronze statue depicting women women's rights pioneers The General truth. Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony was unveiled in Central Park on Wednesday. It's the 167 year Old Park's first monument honoring really historic women, as opposed to fictional heroes like Alice in Wonderland. A 14 ft tall monument to the 3/19 century advocates was dedicated on the 1/100 anniversary of the ratification off the 19th amendment.
Central Park monument honors women's rights pioneers
"Champions, has been unveiled in New York City's Central Park. To what It is the first statue of real life women ever erected in the park in the park's first new monument since 1965. The women's Rights Pioneers Monument features Susan B. Anthony and Sojourner Truth in an effort to finally quote break the bronze ceiling. Matt Piper CBS News
Central Park unveils its first statue of real-life women
"See in New York's Central Park, the bronze statue depicting women's rights pioneer Sojourner truth, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony. The 14 FT Tall Monument in Central Park's first statue is potential Park's first statue honoring a real historical women as opposed to fictional heroines. It was dedicated on the 1/100 anniversary of the ratification of the constitutional amendment that gave women the right to vote. This
New York's Central Park unveils new statue honoring women’s rights pioneers
"Many say it was a long time in coming. The city today unveiled a statue in Central Park of Women's rights pioneer Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Sojourner Truth Hillary Clinton was on hand today on women's Equality Day We are unveiling a new statue in Central Park for the first time in over six decades, the first statue of Riel, non fictional women. The first statue of an African American and significantly a statue that depicts three great Americans working together. Unveiling comes 100 years after the passage of the 19th amendment, which gave women the right to vote.
"central park" Discussed on Here & Now
"Monument. It is so beautiful. I'm looking at different details all their hands seem to be doing something your hands had to molded in clay first before you cast it what's that like to shape these women and then stand back? Well, when I stand back in the middle of the working process, I'm just seeing mistakes seeing things that need to be fixed, but it is daunting and it is kind of inspiring to make something so much larger than yourself. Anthony is the one who standing she's nine feet tall. It's quite an involved process and I actually made the monument three times I as a little maquette then as a one-third height model, and then jumping up to the full size, and then one of the original ideas that you had stanton and Anthony were holding a scroll for the names of other suffrage issue had I be wells and Anna Julia Cooper I mean, what's the plan now? The nonprofit monumental women was behind. This is the goal to get more monuments to these monumental women will monumental women worked for six years to win this site and get this monument Don and their plan is to create a women's history trail throughout. New York. City and to present challenge and help and guidance to other municipalities and the rest of New, York City in erecting more statues. The women are not exactly in reposed they are sitting on the edge of their seats. Susan B. Anthony has just arrived she's come in from organizing. Traveling dress with her big bag full of pamphlets for debate, they're not having t you know they're not. They're not sitting back. They are as you said, they're leaning in yes and well like vibrating, and there is an underlying message, which is that this work is not finished and as Susan says at the end of her wonderful book, why they marched that feminism is cumulative and on going and that's why they are sitting on the edge of their seats and why they're talking to each other and giving us a model of conversations that happened back then and need to continue happening today as we try and move things forward. That's author and historian. Susan. Wear and we've awesome in speaking with sculptor Meredith Bergmann who's women's Rights Pioneers Monument Showing Susan B., Anthony Elizabeth Katie stead, and sojourner truth will be the first monument in. Central Park to honor women who were real. It'll be unveiled August twenty six. We have pictures at here now dot org it's really quite something, and by the way we are all going to be able to watch the unveiling of this last live and it's happening at eight in the morning, which is I'm not really a morning person but. The thought of getting up on the day of National Equality Day the day that we're celebrating the centennial and starting the day with the unveiling of this statue is just so profound and we can all share this moment even if we can't be together physically we are there virtually and there is a power to that link everybody up at. Org we'll. We'll share that moment and I'm certain some tears will be shed. Thank you both so much. Thanks for your very welcome Robin. Thank you. Thank you for paying attention to this project. Again the unveiling of the monument is next Wednesday August Twenty six eight am will link with ways to watch on the monumental woman website and facebook page and again the first statue depicting real women in Central Park, and the very first to depict an African American. Work not finished. When Federal Eviction Protections Expire July twenty fourth some cities took measures to protect renters at risk of losing their homes, not Houston, where renters make up half the city's population Houston public media's Jenn reports. Cameron Malik lost his job at an accounting firm in June during a round of covid nineteen layoffs he supports his parents live with him. He was still waiting for his first unemployment check. He explained this to his landlord. She's like I don't care. It's your responsibility I. don't Care Your financial crisis that you have if Malik lived in Austin or. Angeles or Chicago his landlord wouldn't be able to victim yet because those cities along with many others across the country have enacted emergency render protections and in cities like New York Seattle in Minneapolis renters are still protected under state moratoriums. Houston is the largest city in America were renters don't have any state or local vixen protections in place during the pandemic when asked why last month Mayor Sylvester Turner pointed to A cove nineteen housing task force made up of landlords, renter advocates, and local officials. We have started a task force between the county and the city, and we'll see what comes from that. So Task Force members rushed to draft an ordinance before federal protections expired giving renters grace period, and unanimously recommended that the Mayor Pass it here's Rick Campo the CEO of Camden Property Trust he co chairs the Task Force. As all of the constituents who oftentimes Gre- they agreed right was just interesting and good. But Turner rejected the recommendation at a recent press conference. I asked him why who is not asking for this ordinance I have a number of stakeholders around my boy to sixteen council members and I don't think any of the council members neither have I obligated my responsibility but city council members do support a grace period says council member and Housing Committee Chair Tiffany Thomas. Majority of US are in support. Absolutely the mayor argues against period makes things worse for renters because rent accumulates and people end up owing more money at the end. Zoe Middleton is with the Renter Advocacy Group, Texas Hauser's she wants a grace period ordinance, but she's not surprised the mayor opposes it. It's just inconsistent with the marriage world view he believes very strongly markets. Will regulate themselves, and that landlords will voluntarily enter into agreements with our tennis shoes historically been favorable to.
Power outage hits large portions of Manhattan in New York City
"Con Edison investigating widespread power outages throughout New York City including Harlem, the Upper East side central park and I can tell you as an upper west sider no power there as
Bobby Moynihan plays a drug dealing manatee in new Comedy Central show
"Everybody. This is Bobby Moynihan and I'm here to tell you about my new show Lafi on comedy central digital. It's an improvised animated series about a weed dealing Mandy named Lafi, who has to Juggle being a single dad and the number one we'd dealer in New York City all from his tank of the Central Park. Zoo not to be confused with the much cleaner Central Park Zoo and you can expect things. Like a group of zoo animals playing DND Atar, you're trading sexual favors for a harp, a weed smoking hypnotist, a Cammo who thinks he's Markham oh inter species, relationships, outer species, relationships, Inter species, feuds, and much much more with characters voiced and improvised Ron funches Cecil strong Eugene Cordero Gina Gershon. Jason News Kevin Smith Jay Pharaoh Nina West, and Taryn kill him. It's Lo fi on comedy central's youtube and facebook pages out tomorrow.
Denver's Stapleton neighborhood renamed to Central Park
"Stapleton neighborhood in northeast Denver has a new name. Central Park. The land on the former international airport was named for Benjamin Stapleton, Denver's mayor for parts of the twenties, thirties and forties. Stapleton was at times a member of the
Ecology Lessons from Mt. Auburn Cemetery
"Tell us about when Mount Auburn sort of formalized the idea of emphasizing places in urban wildlife refuge and set specific sustainability goals like what's that? When did that happen? Well. I would I would say even before I was here, there was certainly a focus on a at some degree of sustainability sustainable practices, but it wasn't. It really started ramping up and you know after I got here because of my own interests, many of the other staff at the time as well and we really felt it was time to do more focus spend more time focusing on and really do the right thing and. It gradually became more formalized Because I'm sorry term planning processes and and when are several years ago we did a strategic plan and one of the top level and strategic initiatives of the plan was to be a model of environmental stewardship. So it really that's when it really became Kinda Corp Institution wide. Horticulture Department. Because of in the. Area I. Mean you're this piece of ecological uniqueness I think I read and one description right? I mean it's it's an unusual place to have one hundred and seventy five acres. In the conditioner. Really. It's it's such an important more and more important these days because we're in surrounded by an urban environment and. Green Open greenspace. That's good for my life and people is that much more important than it used to be and recognized as being important so it's Yeah. We're really in a kind of a unique spot. So. Now as with Central Park in New York City and other such spaces like the birds for instance, and you have a lot of birds they are especially during migration periods at Mount Auburn. Birds knew all along. This was a great ecologically important spot. So tell us a little bit about the wildlife and who calls home and so forth. The I? Say forever third says. Stop Vice About Auburn but. On on the fly over the path of migrating birds, you know come and kind of fun you following the coastline. from Central America and up on up north. So we're right in that in that flyway in in recent years more, the more urbanization has happened the more. Here. We are at the birds fly over and all they say is one hundred, seventy, five acres of five thousand trees in the tree tops is fine over. So it really is an obvious place for them to. Stop and take arrest them get replenished with. Food on their way north we happen to be in you know in in an area zone that birds are migrating through anyway, and of course, there's also a lot of resident birds as well that. Take Up. Space, here. And I imagine that you have bird clubs and stuff worth that left to be there and looking at birds. Yes absolutely that's where we are quite popular destination for many. Many very clubs and Amasau of on society and other. Organizations that that that organized groups to bring here and then just as people. Flock here from as individuals especially in May and peak migrating season, but also throughout the year. So it's not just birds I know for instance, when you did your woodland, you did you've done a number of as part of the sort of overall Mandate of of greater stability and and being more of a wildlife refuge in in recent years that's intensified you've done a number of projects you restored with didn't chew I mean or your receive in restoring the woodland. Tell us a little bit of some of the sort of steps and what did you do? Did you kind of monitor populations and figure out who is there and what you needed to do to what's thought process that when you when you begin an and again, this is a historic place and a place that a lot of people have. attachment to. You know it's an emotional place. It's a treasured place so you can't just change everything right? You have limitation. Right. Glad. You mentioned that we still are very much a an active ongoing cemetery. Belt creating and selling in bear space and burying people all the time in addition to you know generations of people that have already been buried here. So yeah. So we have to keep that in mind while we continue to move forward
New York weather forecast
"And win Zaki weather for day forecast here. Zack, you weather meteorologist, Carl Bobinsky. Monique. It is currently 83. We have a partly cloudy sky on this Sunday evening, and we're expecting lows in the upper seventies. Certainly a warm night. The heat will be on tomorrow officially earlier today in Central Park 92 tomorrow will be in the mid nineties. About 96. Actually, I think tomorrow will be the hottest day of the stretch. Even if it's not 96 just falling a degree or two shy and even if we do reach 93 Tuesday like we're expecting both tomorrow and Tuesday accurate the real field temperatures will be above 100 So our heat advisory will continue early this week, and you want to take the necessary precautions. To beat this heat to stay well hydrated. Tomorrow will be a rain free day Tuesday, though looking a bit different. There probably will be a shower thunderstorm in spots by the end of the day. And then behind a week from Wednesday. Well, hey, At least it'll be less human. It's still going to be quite warm in about 88. That should be a fairly sunny day. It should stay in the upper eighties. Later on this week on both Thursday and Friday to no less than partial sunshine right now 83 fair humidity 45%. The Wind light in southwesterly Fair 83. We're headed down to 78 in Midtown are Mak e Way, the meteorologist. Car bobinsky on New York's Weather Station, 10 10 wins. J.
New York City Zoos Reopen To All
"Better city zoos are now open. Odalis. Outdoor exhibits are open at Central Park, Queens, Prospect Park and the Bronx Zoo's and the best. What do you think he San? I think he's happy that all the people came there. But with limitations, you have to purchase tickets online for specific dates and times and wear a mask.
"central park" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Okay Carlos. Is this going on with this? Bird bird-watching not cooperate with. They do. Well Junior. You Remember Central Park Karen. Her real name is Amy Cooper the white woman who called the police on the black man whereas a bird watcher who asked her to leash her dog in. New York Central Park. You know she has now been charged with falsely reporting the incident in the third degree. which are you know misdemeanor charges, and if convicted, she could serve up to a year in jail, but anyway the however the man the bird watcher. Go Ahead Not sending away woman in jail for calling on a black do. State so this America go ahead. In this league roles, I didn't know Negroes. Was Bird watching I my first this first, blackbird watch. Yeah. I know we very. What I would you know? If a layers. But I'm just. Senate a white woman to jail for a year for calling. Go head call okay so here we go so however the man, the Bird Watcher Tommy. Christin Cooper that's his name and her name is amy. Cooper, no relation but anyway. Who she call the cops on Christian Cooper. He told The New York Times that. He feels that amy. Cooper has suffered enough and. He's not cooperating, but he did say Mr Cooper Christian, Cooper. He did say that he understands the principle of it all, and if the DA needs to pursue the chargers, then he should, he's just not more to cooperate because shales me. Yeah, he feels like she suffered enough. She her reputation. She lost her career so. That's his point, and so he says. Look I man to do. You know I mean less than learn I mean. What else are you going to do? You know I I'm not. His point. That's his point. She suffered enough. She lost her job. She lost a job. I mean you know she got beat up on social media reputation. Try you try to do something that didn't work. You bought attention to a cause I'm through with it. But you know what Steve. A lot of people are looking at the fact that this could have gone left in. It could have been deadly and. Police to show. Keel absolutely. Now look at the other side now. I'm just throwing this out there for you to consider. I know I if I'm the bird watcher. Which is that? If you were in the park, I can't go down to. Instinct ain't no telling what come up. To. The victim in this situation that. Pool records and they'll flip it. Yeah you. Might be knowing Hey I. don't need no more here. Let's just let bygones. be it or need by need to go into my past. Oh, you're. Always been a bird watching. Broddrick Harvey Browder. We've been looking for him. down. He tried to help the DA now. Take No. Roku, stay the way man I ain't man Bro! Sita suffered enough. Know, his history, yeah! As, they say, let's go y'all. Hey, let's go. Get off of me. Dog Check on the Dole. is though it was some serious. It's the principle of it all. It is. Something well all right. For today's headlines, Ladies and Gentlemen Miss and trip. Thank you, thank you, everybody. This is Andrew for the news and let's go with this. Lieutenant Colonel Alexander than men has announced his retirement from the army may not remember the name, but vitamin was on the receiving end. He says of a huge backlash, and for months ever since he appeared as the key witness at the congresses impeachment, hearing an inquiry into Donald trump so them and says that after twenty one years of service he's. He's retiring from the army. Then men's lawyer says his client has been subjected to a campaign of bullying retaliation and forced to choose between pleasing the president and breaking the law. The trump administration's former national security adviser John Bolton tells MSNBC that he thinks the way. The colonel was treated with shameful in my experience with him I think he merited promotion. His performance was exceptional sodas, the performance of his twin brother yet who is in a different capacity at the NFC. NFC you know it was. It was just as unacceptable for men I think to be singled out for Alex Veneman to be singled out even worse in a sense for his brother yet who's only said as far as I can tell was he was his twin and again? Alexander is leaving us. Supreme Court sided with the trump administration yesterday in a case involving to birth control under the affordable care, act or obamacare. The high courts ruled that employers can refuse to. To provide coverage for contraceptives on either religious or moral grounds covert nineteen infections continuous spike in several states Florida's reporting more than ten thousand, six hundred new cases Arizona over thirty eight hundred new cases Arkansas there's been about a twenty five percent jump at Corona virus infections, and just the past week, so now is the Republican National Convention approaches for the first time. The trump campaign seems to be preparing at least be flexible president. Trump has been counting on a large impersonal turnout. Next month convention, which was moved to Jacksonville Florida from its original site in Charlotte North Carolina after the governor there and court North Carolina expressed a wait and see attitude about hosting such a large event with Corona infections, going all over and changing, but trump just may have to make his RNC presidential acceptance speech virtual. When after all at least he seemed a little, less sure of things when asked by Greta, Van Susteren TV grew. It depends on the timing. Look, we're very flexible. We can do a lot of things, but we're very flexible. Asked the first time you heard that. The GOP nominating convention is set for the last week of August. Finally said news singer Sharon page has died. She sang with Harold Melvin and the Blue No. Members one..
CAREN Act introduced to outlaw racist 911 calls
"San Francisco supervisor hasn't produced local legislation aimed at stopping racially motivated 911 call San Francisco Supervisor Sherman Walton has introduced what he calls the caution against racially exploitive, not Emergencies Act or Karen Act, Karen spelled with a C But in reference to the term Karen with a K, which is described as a person, usually a white woman who uses privileged to get their way. This has been also used to describe a recent 911 calls by white women about black men barbecue Becky to permit padding and the Central Park woman who called police on a black man she said was threatening her. While it is already against the law to make a false 911 call, it could result in a six month Yeltsin's Walton says. This act will also allow for victims to sue
"central park" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"And everything hit a crazy part of this. Remember to join documentary land. We'll summit summit. Is that Michael? Jordan actually kept Isaiah Thomas. AUDRAIN T. Knew it off do. Don't you? Join Hands Debbie. You say join hand. You own team. While you ring. Kissed Theresa. Yard. If, he played this. Was Petty what I say it is. Bad for all right, we'll have more. News. I'm from Chicago. Thirty. For you try, thank you is I say? Replay for Detroit. Harvey Morning Show and some turning news coming up at thirty three minutes after the hour right after this you're listening to. Morning, show. You guys saw the viral video. The white lady known on social. Media Central Part Karen Her name is Amy Cooper who, on Monday call the police while in Central Park New York and pretended a black man pretended now faked it out that a black man was attacking her while he simply asked her to leash her dog. Take a listen. Please don't come close to me. Please don't. Please don't come close. please. Please call the cops. Please call the. African American man threatening my life. Please tell them whatever you like. I'm sorry. RAMBLE and there's A. Is. Recording in threatening me and my dog. There is an African American. He's recording reading like South in my Don I'm sorry I can't hear. Threatened by a man rambled. Thank you. While, she elevated each time, but which we should go to jail. Was Children Damn does. But guess what J. Came the people that gave that dog came and. got that dog back. They took the doll. Doll, ghost let's. Hear more about dogs. Sometimes drive. That was a horrible scene. It's nothing to play with just because she did that would. If it was a trigger happy, they were dispersed by the time the cops got there, but by the way, but we're. GonNa win. Because of her live. That's that's the thing about central Park Karen and her real name is amy. Your false reporting you, calling the police is why we have. Yes, sir is why we have these situations that we have right now. What we're talking about everything that happened yesterday. Because of what you just did. Yeah, so so she should have been fires. She should have gotten the dog is there. Is there a way for her to get charges pressed up on her for this act? Is Interest. Is there anything illegal with this report? If nothing else she should get it for that. Filing a police report it also. We all. We all need body cams because we can't damn sell what we have our. By the Kings, and not to mention, she's calling the police department with this false accusation, and then they got a bunch of stuff going on right now there. Are, coping nineteen and going on right now to deal with especially in New York. More intense as she talked on the phone, you know Sir. Yes, elevating her voice coming up. It's our last break of the day. It is the last of the day. We'll have closing remarks from. That's Jay that's junior forty nine minutes after the hour when we'll be back right after this. You're listening to. Morning Show. All right here we are last. Break up the day, guys! It's been a good day is a good day. Day? Yeah very serious day though sweet. Really really I mean our prayers go out. To the to the Floyd family, the family of George Floyd WHO'S OUT OF HOUSTON! Yeah, he went to high from us. Oh, yeah, he went to Jaquet. Ties School, which is third ward he's. So here's the connection there, but just like you say surely so sad and like yesterday. I called the too much. Tuesday was just how. Much going on yesterday that we had to discuss today, and we're just outrage and just tired of it. Yeah, can I just say this. Can I just say thank Y'all today. For. You guys real. Today's top Nano today the tough day, because I wanted to send out a shout tip, my friend Brian. Clicks family today. O'Brien going to day on two years today. And I, just want his family now that we still love him fired morning. Show still care about him. He's still part of our family and thank Y'all for helping me get through today. Man in because it's a tough day to day. It really depends. Joe. Great friend work together over the man. So, much fun and I know his parents are struggling today and said Hey, we love you, guys. We still think about Bryant. He's not going anywhere from over here. So thank y'all so much for being our teammates and just peaking meal. You're welcome. I'm telling you because he isn't struck and there's a lot of people listening at as. Gone going through, that's right. That's right so. You know what I wanted to say. Thank you to Benjamin crump, too. I mean he's. He's a good friend of the show. He's a family member. He's always.
"central park" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Of it and can't stop touching it. It's fifty five years old. That's so weird to me. I've tried not to Nag him. But how can I get it to stop? Touch it Flynn. All Right? We'll be back with more of the Steve Harvey Morning Show coming up right after this. You're listening to Steve, Harvey Morning Show. All Right? It's that time again. Junior gear up again with some sports. Let's go. Let's have it's or it's news. Surely. Surely. I talking about how. We. Do Sports new. We just talk about what we heard. You. Now all I heard mobility momentum is building towards the NBA right. It's supposed to come back to some so the NBA is beginning to move forward with plans to resume the season in Orlando at Disneyworld teams. Expect the League to tell the wind start recalling their players as soon as next week so. I guess there will be two week quarantine co staff players, and everything hit a crazy part of this. Remember to join documentary land. We'll summit summit. Is that Michael? Jordan actually kept Isaiah Thomas. AUDRAIN T. Knew it off do. Don't you? Join Hands Debbie. You say join hand. You own team. While you ring. Kissed Theresa. Yard. If, he played this. Was Petty what I say it is. Bad for all right, we'll have more. News. I'm from Chicago. Thirty. For you try, thank you is I say? Replay for Detroit. Harvey Morning Show and some turning news coming up at thirty three minutes after the hour right after this you're listening to. Morning, show. You guys saw the viral video. The white lady known on social. Media Central Part Karen Her name is Amy Cooper who, on Monday call the police while in Central Park New York and pretended a black man pretended now faked it out that a black man was attacking her while he simply asked her to leash her dog. Take a listen. Please don't come close to me. Please don't. Please don't come close. please. Please call the cops. Please call the. African American man threatening my life. Please tell them whatever you like. I'm sorry. RAMBLE and there's A. Is. Recording in threatening me and my dog. There is an African American..
"central park" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Now. Off, Talking? And then there's a Caucasian lady who started video on. This is at the same time when when I did not understand was there is a police officer that is facing the camera. of the person that's video unlike people from blocking it out, but my my my thought is. Why won't you go over handcuffed this man and y'all just put him in the car. It's over whatever he did wrong. He did that wrong, we he didn't have the DAF. Question because he's a black man. Question because he's wants once he's handcuffed. It's over. It's over one you. Retained he was on the ground. So. Yes there. You have it Tommy. There was nothing else going on. He put his knee in this man's neck for over for seven minutes. I think close to ten. Paul I really do wrong. And they call it. Did you notice? He had his left hand in his pocket. Yeah, if he was just sitting there. I don't know if you realize that, and and now the video is gone. Down everywhere. And they pretty much did arrest. They said that as well that he resisted arrest. Users fairly. Resisted arrest. When you had him handcuffed, he was arrested. So what so you had him put him in a car and move on. Seven minutes on my neck. What else you know when you need at least like know what else it's so weird that that hold is in the police record that they're allowed legal. It's legal. Okay, but how long do we need to do to know that? We have this guy under control now? When when do we have control when he when he's de? Come on man. That! It's in that means they not gonNA, take it out and it's been in there for a while, and he's not the first person that they've done like dead. Again, right, there was a crowd. They're saying there was you heard the crowd. There are a lot of people are saying. Stop this. He can't breathe. You'RE GONNA kill. This John. Lloyd even said you're going to me. Even, said it. What. We've heard that cry before for from a Black Man who? Said I can't breathe. I can't breathe, and it means nothing to though is death us so I mean just very recently. We had our motto armory. Yes, and then we lady in Central Park with the dog with the man who was filming her. The police and says an African. A man is attacking me and let's not forget the sister that was in her house and what? was arrived. They were in plainclothes. To the wrong house to house, they should've went to was across town. The person that they were looking for was already in jail and they killed her Yeah yes in Louisville it's. It's almost okay, 'cause Oklahoma. And it's very sad you could start praying for the next victim hasn't even happened yet. It's say that, but you could do that because it's going to happen again until they make some drastic changes, not really willing, yeah! I just don't like the feeling that it's open season on black man. I mean wanted people. Yeah. People period, but. The majority of understand what call is say. yeah, but you know not only black men you know. A lot of stuff goes unspoken, an unseen in the top to bottom by what happens to black women when they get stopped. Yeah. Lot of stuff, yeah, we wouldn't see any of this stuff if it wasn't for video cameras and phones and let me let me. Let me, tell you I've been longtime. Let me. Tell you got some I've been bragging you. Oughta you know my birthday I bought me a ATV remember. I bought me. You know this. RASC- The neighborhood we got the pitcher got it. And you know you can, you can ride the back roads in the woods on the dirt whole nine yards the first the first day I got it. Is Nine o'clock at night me, and my are on it and it stops. And me and my neighborhood and I'm like Oh my God and my buddy says let's walk back to my house and we'll get. We'll get my UTV jumping off and I'm like what is wrong. My Utd I just bought. It said never mind that. The we had to walk a mile and a half close to two mile. You have no idea how terrified I am is US two black men walking in the neighborhood? Shorts and flip flops on trying to get to his house I'm like man. Some go happen, dog something going to happen to the because it looks like you stole it. You right, ask look like. I don't belong in this neighborhood. You just. Pay Taxes yes. Every black mom, you know who has. Children. A son daughter all that next the fear of every black mom, when they walk out of the House, you know the Lulu. Yawning wealth and call uber get home in Atlanta. Day Week on. This out with the victim's family. Has retained civil rights attorney and our friend family member Benjamin. CRUMP says it's. For police officers to be held accountable for their actions. These actions lead many to conclude. It's open season on black people coming up next. We'll change gears here. We'll switch a little bit and nephew is on deck with run. That prank back right after this you're listening to. Morning Show. Coming up at the top of the hour and will be here..
"central park" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Well we all know. You guys saw the viral video. The white lady known on Social Media Central Park Karen her name. Is Amy Cooper who on Monday? Call the police while in Central Park New York and Pretended man pretended now faked it out that a black man was attacking her while he simply asked her to leash her dog. Take a listen. Please don't come close to me. I'm asking supporting please. Don't please don't come close. Please please call the COPS please call the clamps African American man threatening my life. Please tell them whatever you like. Rambo and there is a man American recording threatening and my dog an African American I. He's recording threaten in my dog. I I'm sorry I can't hear I think threatened by the Cox Park thank you. Wow I mean she she elevated each time but when she was children a damn does but guess what j. They came. The people that gave with that dog came. Got that dog back shoot. They took the Dow. Oh let's go rescue hear more about dogs in the sometime tomorrow drive. This was that was a horrible scene. It's nothing to play with just because she did that would if it was a trigger happy. They were dispersed by the time. The cops got there but by the way this could've went back because of her life. That's the thing that's the thing about Central Park Karen in her real name. Is Amy your false reporting you calling? The police is why we have yes. This is why we have these situations that we have right now. What we're talking about everything that happened yesterday because of what you just did solden. So she should have been fired. She should have gotten the dog is there. Is there a way for her to get charges pressed up on her but his act? This shit is it. Is this anything illegal with this report? If nothing else she should get it for that filing a League report it also we all we all need body cams we can the damn sell. Well we have our young man and not to mention. She's calling the police department with this false accusation and then they got a bunch of stuff going on right now. They're you know the cobre nineteen and going on right now deal with especially in New York and more intense as she talks on the phone. Thanks elevating her voice and efforts now own is African American man attacking me how can you? How can you be attacked? If I'm videoing? How does that help? He's filming me. Aker yeah she didn't she didn't think that would get out. I mean beat filming you. Dumb ass on the lighter side. The John Notice this is the first time held now. I didn't know it was any blackbird. Watches no idea to what he said. I was like blackberry. What count chicken is a lot of the yardbirds radio? I'm thinking caught up on today's news. J. Please do the honors right. Everybody it's time for the news and trip. Start out with that story okay. Because now it's Minneapolis. A black man seen on video telling of white cough that he can't breathe as that. Cop keats kneeling his throat and yes. The young man is now fired now. The fide officer doesn't remove his knee off a forty six year. Old George Floyd's neck He stops moving. He still keeps it on him for about seven minutes. He's unable to revive all for the cops involved. Have been let go. Minnesota's governor. Tim Wall says quote. The lack of humanity in this disturbing video is sickening. Here's Mr Floyd and here's that COP. Look what he wants at. Got Him down and relief right now. Being Black in America should not be a death sentence. When you hear someone calling for help you are supposed to help. And that of course was the mayor who also chimed in Minneapolis. Pd says the cops were answering. Guess what a call about a forgery of that's all it was a forgery. No weapons were involved and it seems they said the victim appeared to be high on something and for that he's did. Meanwhile a University of Connecticut Students Still on the land a twenty three year old. Peter Manfredini allegedly killed two people in Connecticut kidnapped. The girlfriend of one of the victims stole a bunch of guns and guns in a home invasion. He was last spotted in Pennsylvania and they are now reports that this guy's father Robert Man for Donia was arrested last month for allegedly getting two teenage girls trump drunken groping them and he's free on five thousand dollars bond again. They are looking. They say for Mr Fredonia anywhere. Florida congressman. Val demings wants the folks at Dizzy. The whole back for a while with their planned reopening Disney and universal studios preparing to reopen their attractions Pretty soon a move that would allow many of the Florida. Democrats constituents in the Orlando area to return to work. But she wants to make sure that her people are safe from the corona virus infection and adherence to the CDC guideline so she said you know just hold up just a little bit unless he tara the woman who claimed Joe Biden made her feel quote uncomfortable when she worked for him back in nineteen ninety-three. She has to find a lawyer her lawyer after Casey quit and finally to one zero and lift off the final lift off Lance shoulders of the space shuttle. America will continue the dream. That was the last time we really had a space shuttle going up over ten years ago. That was the last time that astronauts lifted off from US soil until today when weather permitting to American astronauts lift off from Kennedy Space Center. There'd be heading into the heavens on a spacecraft owned by a private company back to the Steve Harvey Morning Show. You're listening David. Harvey Morning Show..
"central park" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Well. We all know you guys saw the viral video the white lady. Known on Social Media Central Park Karen. Her name is amy. Cooper who on Monday call the police while in Central Park New York and pretended a black man pretended now faked it out that a black man was attacking her while he simply asked her to leash her dog. Take a listen. Please don't come close to me. I'm asking supporting. Please don't. Please don't come close. Please please call the cops. Please call the. African American man threatening my life. Please tell them whatever you like. And there is a man American. Recording threatening and my dog. An African American I. He's recording threaten in my dog. I I'm sorry I can't hear. I think threatened by. The Cox. Thank you. Wow I mean she. She elevated each time, but when she. Was Children a damn does. But Guess What J.! They the people that gave with that dog came. got that dog back. Shoot they took the. Dow Oh. Let's go. Rescue. Hear more about dogs in the. Sometime tomorrow drive. This was. That was a horrible scene. It's nothing to play with just because she did that would. If it was a trigger happy, they were dispersed by the time the cops got there, but by the way. This could've went back. Because of her life. That's the thing that's the thing about central park. Karen in her real name. It's amy. Your false reporting you calling the police is why we have. Yes, this is why we have these situations that we have right now. What we're talking about everything that happened yesterday. Because of what you just did. Solden, so she should have been fired. She should have gotten the dog is there. Is there a way for her to get charges pressed up on her, but his act. This shit is is anything illegal with this report? If nothing else, she should get it for that filing A. League report it also. We, all we all need body cams. We. Can the damn sell well, we have our young man. and not to mention she's calling the police department with this false accusation. And then they got a bunch of stuff going on right now. They're you know the cobre nineteen and going on right now. Deal with especially in new. York and More intense as she talks on the phone, thanks elevating her voice and efforts now own. Is African American man attacking me. How can you? How can you be attacked if I'm videoing? How does that help? He's filming me. Aker! She didn't she didn't think that would get out I. Mean beat filming. YOU DUMB ASS! On the lighter side. The John Notice. This is the first time held now. I didn't know it was any blackbird watches. Idea to. What he said I was like blackberry. What? Count Chicken is. The yardbirds. Radio. I'm thinking caught up on today's news. J., please do the honors right, everybody. It's time for the news and trip. Start out with that story. Okay, because now it's Minneapolis of black man seen on video, telling of white cough that he can't breathe as that cop keats kneeling his throat, and yes, the young man is now fired now. The fide officer doesn't remove his knee off a forty six George Floyd's neck He stops moving. He still keeps it on him for about seven minutes. He's unable to revive all for the cops involved have been let go Minnesota's governor Tim Wall says quote the lack of humanity in this disturbing video is sickening. Here's Mr Floyd and here's that COP. Look. What he wants at. Got, him down and relief. Right now being black in America should not be a death sentence. When you hear someone calling for help, you are supposed to help. And that of course was the mayor who also chimed in Minneapolis PD says the cops were answering. Guess what a call about a forgery of! That's all it was a forgery. No weapons were involved and it seems they said the victim appeared to be high on something and for that. He's did meanwhile a University of Connecticut students still on the land, a twenty three year old Peter Manfredini allegedly killed two people in Connecticut kidnapped the girlfriend of one of the victims. Stole a bunch of guns and guns in a home invasion. He was last spotted in Pennsylvania, and they are now reports that this guy's father Robert Man for Donia was arrested last month for allegedly getting two teenage girls trump drunken groping them, and he's free on five thousand dollars bond again. They are looking. They say for MR, Fredonia, anywhere Florida Congressman Val. demings wants the folks at Dizzy. The whole back for while planned reopening, Disney and universal studios preparing to reopen their attractions pretty soon a move that would allow many of the Florida Democrats. Democrats constituents in the Orlando area to return to work, but she wants to make sure that her people are safe from the corona virus, infection and adherence to the CDC guideline, so she said you know just hold up just a little bit unless he read the woman who claimed Joe Biden made her feel quote uncomfortable when she worked for him back in nineteen ninety-three, she has to find a lawyer. Her lawyer after Casey quit, and finally to one zero and lift off the final lift off Lance shoulders of the space shuttle America will continue the dream. That was the last time we really had a space shuttle going up over ten years ago. That was the last time that astronauts lifted off from US soil until today. When weather permitting to American, astronauts lift off from Kennedy Space. Center there'd be heading into the heavens on a spacecraft owned by a private company back to the Steve Harvey Morning Show. You're listening. David Harvey Morning Show..
"central park" Discussed on Toure Show
"How does it feel to not get an apology? Does that bother you? That bothers me and that's a slap in the face that adds insult to injury? Because here you are saying we're GonNa pay you some money so that you can go away. Be Quiet and sit over there and go on the beach might times but if you're gonNA do that then. Qb quiet also right if you're going to pay US then don't have Linda fasting still coming out talking. She's very loud very loud. Yeah what do you want to happen to Linda Fairstein? It's above me now. The story of the Central Park five is one of the most important stories in modern American life. It exposes how little black life matters in America in nineteen eighty nine in New York City. Five black and Brown. Teenagers were arrested for a crime. They did not commit the vicious rape and brutal beating of a white female jogger. In New York City's most famous park. They were fourteen fifteen sixteen years old but because they were young. Black and brown mails from the hood. Few people believe their innocence. There was no physical evidence linking them to the crime and the confessions were a mess of contradictions because they were coerced by investigators who lied to them. Threaten them and in some cases beat them but all five were convicted. Yusef Salaam Raymond Santana Corey wise. Kevin Richardson and Anton McRae were sent away. Most did around seven years but Corrie wise did twelve. Those who got out found a cold world that looked them as rapists scum. They lost family. They were family members. Who wouldn't believe them and wouldn't talk to them. They struggled to find work. They remained institutionalize feeling more comfortable in smaller rooms. That were the size of cells and fearing that chaos could break out at any time they were lost until the man who actually committed the crime stepped up and admitted that he did it alone from there. They had a ten year slog pressing a lawsuit against New York City which fought the suit with everything they had until a new mayor. The current Mayor Bill de Blasio said. No WE'RE GONNA pay them. They at forty one million dollars as a group but they never got an apology from the city or admission of wrongdoing by anyone and nothing has happened that would prevent all of this from happening to another group of black boys again today but as of right now the central park five have Eva du Vernay standing beside them. Eva has done whatever does and directed an incredible. Four part series about their story is powerful and heartbreaking and must watch TV. She's incredible. I wrote a long piece about the Central Park Five. A few years ago for Playboy magazine called how the Central Park five still haunt America. And I got to know them. So I called Dr Yusef Salaam and Raymond Santana and I flew to Atlanta and we sat down and had this epic conversation. It's doctor Yusef Salaam and Raymond Santana from the Central Park. Five on tour. Aco Use of. Where are you now in your life? Now that aver an oprah. These people are standing behind. You got paid from the city. The world thinks you didn't do it. Where are you now in life? Oh Man I would say I am ten levels ready for the whole world and ready to live even fuller in net experience you know ready to give ready to share Ready to almost take back everything that was taken from me and I know that that's not possible but living in the space of now being present you know I always tell. People live full empty but being able to really for real do that. You know the ideas dreams hopes to aspirations that I once had that. Were just like what if sore someday aisles? You know what I'm saying It's a great fill in to know that you don't have to ask permission to live with before we had to ask permission to go to the bathroom. If you can imagine you know that whole reality is. It's just beautiful to know that you're not crazy you know that you don't have to raise your hand Sorry cannot use the restroom and everybody's looking at you like what? Just go to the bathroom. You know what I'm saying is just one example. But I mean it's a beautiful space to be in and to realize that you are actually the hero of your story you know. And the fact that it's magnified times five is even a better blessing. You don't because each one of us have our own so to speak specialists and uniqueness that we bring to the story that makes it an even more special story you get out of prison and it was a good ten years that before you were vacated and exonerated yes so you're moving through the world go and. I didn't do this and nobody's really. I mean some black people with you but a lot of people are not believing this is true. This is true so this is just a total alternate reality for you. This is this is a tectonic shift. You know as we were leading up to May thirty first twenty nineteen. I was telling folks that we are about to be hit with a meteorite. The whole globe is about to be hit with meteorite of astronomic proportions. I mean the fact that this story is going to be rippling around the world. One hundred ninety plus countries you know. We've we've still. I mean I know it's just like what to a week. We're going to two weeks almost in but it feels so good to open up your social media or to bump into folks on the street you know we were in La the other day. And I'm just walking down the block because I'm like. Oh let's go to the mall. You want to buy some stuff. I'm talking to my wife and somebody in their car said you salon and I looked and I said they talking to me. I said to my wife. I said he's talking to me. She said yes. I thought it was camouflage shades. Right I said well. Maybe it's somebody that I met before. No this is somebody who's seen the film seeing these recent interviews. And they're they're like. Oh shucks that's one of the guys welcome back from there and you hear people whispering in a great way right so it used to be that there was the guy from central park jogger case you know now it's like Oh that's that's a guy from the film the that's the real guy you know. Oh my goodness I would love to take a photo with him. You know and of course walk a little faster than my wife and she slowing she saying. Oh yeah he'll let you take a picture. He's cool he's approachable. You know because it's that risk that restoration that that you know What is it? The psycho social component that we all needed to feel as of A needed member of society. That's there You know so now you. You're not walking around like worthless. You're walking around like you can get. You can contribute. You can participate. You have value. You have worth a tremendous thing. Raymond how are You Raymond? How are you feeling you know just now the world sees you were right? You shouldn't have been incarcerated. They were wrong. You were right. How do you feel To Echo for use of is it's a blessing and I'm happy for it but there's a there's another part of me that When I watched a film stirred all these emotions right I was hurt Especially when you see episode four I e C Corey's episode because here we were trying to move on with our lives and we're like the system didn't break us right when you see Corey story in almost broke him right. And so there's a pain that goes out for that and so in that contributes to other side where well put my gloves back on and let's beat their ass for another twelve rounds because I'm set incredible hulk style. Yeah I'm upset. And and and they. This is what this is the way they. This is the way they made us right. They and they gave us prison and it indoctrinated a fight in us that you just can't turn that off right. This is our these thirty years. It's been about and now even though we one is still like. I want you to get up. Don't go down so easy. Get back up so I hitched a couple more times than I haven't guided fully out right. We always like our first interview fibers. Did together it was real defensive like we all sitting there like in the guys laugh smile. You guys wanted were like Nah like we were still serious. You still have a lot of anger and yet hain that you're dealing with definitely definitely definitely and that's just on surface. I want the internal stuff that that we take back home with us. There are significant others like well. What's I mean is it is it. Fear is it anger. Is it anxiety? Is it shame what's deeper down in you is? Is Aggression Right Being voiced always you know likely to trigger. Yeah easy to trigger. The right. Words can trigger a response And not be able to see it as clearly as let's say my lady right she's like. Hey why are you talking like that? And I'm like you're right. I gotTA catch myself like she might trigger you. Yeah like she can say something. And it'll trigger response. But she knows where it comes from right so she knows that car. Okay Ray Bring me back in a few right right and that takes us you know talking earlier. It takes a special caliber of person to deal with a person who's been broken by the system. You know all of the negative things that they put in us and we took all of those negative things. And we've been able to you know been did so to speak like alchemists into something else but at the same time we have to consciously be aware at those moments that we have to bend it. You know because if we're not conscious it's like there may be times where something may happen and just like that your back in Prison and Oh snap okay. Cool and there was going on about the form on me. You know what I'm saying. Argh him up like this and then I got an exit the room so they don't get caught. I mean just that whole. That's something that will never never go away but one of the things that's most important I think to. Is You know when I look at some of the things that I've been taught I'm always very conscious of they. Don't get emotional because as soon as you get emotional you get blinded and when you get blinded you you you will go kamikaze. Yeah and not worry about the moment it's just about. I gotta get this thing out so to speak but what are realizing it. So I say that because there's been moments where we all have our growth and development stages that we're trying to help ourselves with because nobody came to us and said. Hey I'm going to help you re acclimating to society you see and so we're doing it ourselves. We're looking at ourselves putting the mirror in front of ourselves and saying. Oh shucks.
"central park" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The last part as we get back to where we are on Central Park west the last part is a nice uphill climb over on Central Park west as you're making the turn from Central Park north and I have never even remotely felt like I was oxygen the price you know maybe I'll bring the pulse oximeter today you know what I I will actually I shall and in fact I will report my findings on my Twitter feed later today good reason to follow me on Twitter folks I was what I I'd post all kinds of stuff whether it's commentary obnoxious commentary pictures of this that whatever I just another extension of this program and the whole Schmidt experience is the follow my Twitter feed at Todd Schmidt at T. O. D. D. S. C. H. L. I. T. T. members N. at Todd Schneck M. S. C. H. M. I. T. V. so at Todd Schmidt on Twitter give me a follow and on Instagram I am at certified Todd Schmidt yeah on Instagram's put certified in for a Todd Schmidt and I will I'll post the pictures may go shoot video wearing my N. ninety five mask with a little surgical mask over on top of it and doing us some serious biking up hills and will check my pulse oximeter to see if I'm depleted of oxygen so the story is yes the offbeat stuff coming out of this a New Jersey driver according to multiple sources passed out from wearing an N. ninety five mask for hours according to the Lincoln Park in New Jersey police department and the driver smashed their vehicle head on into a telephone pole because they passed out leave the driver who was not named lost consciousness behind the wheel from lack of oxygen and breathing in breathing in excess of carbon dioxide thanks to the mass though I did say carbon dioxide not carbon monoxide here's a statement on Facebook the L. P. P. D. that would be the Lincoln Park police department responded to a lone occupant single car motor vehicle crash yesterday the crash is believed to have resulted from the driver wearing an N. ninety five mask for several hours and subsequently passing out behind the wheel due to insufficient oxygen intake excessive carbon dioxide intake according to this little blurb we also know that nothing was uncovered at the accident scene that would suggest that the driver was under the influence of drugs or alcohol while we don't know the cause with one hundred percent certainty we do know the driver had been wearing an N. ninety five mask inside the vehicle for several hours and ultimately passed out while operating the vehicle and then the cops told residents that they should continue to follow the directions of governor Phil Murphy in New Jersey for wearing a face covering in public but wearing an N. ninety five mask while driving with no other occupants is unnecessary unless if you're in a call with your wife and your home with your wife your kids I don't know if it's necessary to wear it inside the car either the driver was taken to a local hospital where they're decapitated head was reattached and they're already open up about so not kidding because there was no no decapitation but the driver was treated for non life threatening injuries and I'm looking at a picture of the vehicle from the Lincoln Park New Jersey police department and that car has a beautiful V. shaped waves right in the other car looks to be total to me what is that is that a looks like it's some kind of a small station wagon is that a Subaru that might be a forester or it might be a Subaru wagon at first glance but again I just don't see passing out from an N. ninety five mask away this hold on a minute wait a minute we have somebody on the line who says they are afraid that passed out wearing a mask well maybe this is something we will folks if if you know somebody or view of lost consciousness yourself wearing an N. ninety five mask or if you have any story to add here I'll be a naysayer skeptic here because I do tons of heavy breathing physical activity with the mascot and I have nothing that indicates even remote loss of consciousness or even a gas like I am being oxygen deprived that's why tonight I am going to bring my pulse oximeter and I will test my oxygen levels all posted on.
"central park" Discussed on A TRUE SIDE OF CRIME
"Or. This wasn't even fact except that Oh, I'm being charged with these things that I did not do he stood he stood strong and. Always said that this was not him. He was not this person they made him out to be and he was strong in believing that. Yeah, he's stopped. His thoughts he stopped going to his parole hearings and they come every time. He was eligible the Garba don't like. Hey, corey time. He's like if they don't WanNa hear my truth. Then there's no reason firm for me to go. And that is a very admirable thing to do because a Lotta kids at that age. Wouldn't have done that I. It's grown people. Wouldn't have done. That is grown people that that just say that they are instead of so they can get out on parole or probation and come to find out they never even Bailey anything. But they In turn, they will walk around with this this thing following them because they accepted the fact. They accept lesser punishment. All because it was a lesser punishment. So, this brings us up to two thousand two at this time. Raymond is in prison. Corey still in? Prison. and. Corey is approached by a guy that he got into a altercation with back in the early nineties when he I was in prison. matteis rates, and if that name sounds familiar is because he is actually the central park rapist. This is like proved DNA. He's actually a serial rapist. So. Matas has. He has been known around New York. He was actually. A prominent rapist in New York already, that's why he was already in prison. He raped a pregnant lady. He attempted to wrote to other women like it was a lot ultimately the last woman. Is who identified him. He was identified there was DNA. And they proved it was him that committed these rates and he got to prison. so He'd been in prison sentence ninety. Two More about. Race. Raise. At, the time that this was happening, he will still super young he was eighteen. But. He had committed his first attempted rape a year before. Two days before the Central Park Jogger case he raped. While he attacked another woman. He raped her he beat her in the only reason that he didn't murder this woman. Was Because? A. Passer-by. Saw Him. This Lady Dade give a description of him. The crazy thing is detected went to a local hospital they found out who he was, but for some reason he did not. Get arrested immediately. They didn't bring him in for question at all. It's crazy to me. Absolutely. Crazy. On top of that. He attacked five other women in their apartment. One of them was a lady with the last name of Gonzalez he raped and murdered her pregnant. And she had children. He stabbed her nine times in her chest and abdomen in her basement with our children here. This man was. A horrible horrible person. So. At this time, he has attempted rape. This other rape that happened two days before. The rape of the central. Park jogger. Five other women? And then the one he was actually caught for. He ranked a lady named make in her apartment managed to get away from him. And Neighbors pinned him down wait for police to get to him and this happened in ninety one. So he committed nine rapes. One of those rates was also a murder. and. They didn't catch him till ninety one. He was never a suspect in this that is. Razi to me. At -solutely, crazy. So. Good thing finally, he was caught in ninety one, he served his time. and. He found guide. Which is ultimately what save the Central Park Five. Along with these boys but nobody ever kind of connected the dots..
"central park" Discussed on A TRUE SIDE OF CRIME
"And try and gets out and his MOM's happy for him to be out she moves in back in. The only issue is his dad lives there. His Dad is going through some kind of disorder sickness. And He kinda can't even look his dad in the is Kinda does no longer accepting of his dad because of the way he handled the whole situation and how he cared more about what he got out of it than what his son got out of it, which was the destruction ultimately of his childhood. And by the time that he like realized implications, it was just it was too late. Like, and he also during his trial, he didn't even go to the trial at all. It was just trying to his mom. So I think that added insult to injury that you didn't even have the decency enough to come to the trial and in his father's defense is probably because he relies what he did and he couldn't watch what makes us exactly. which in turn on his heart, he already knew. Hope I did this to my marquette as a child and I know that he remembers I know what I've done. I. Know that this is something that has almost unforgivable I took his freedom and his childhood. Yeah because entrance mom had divorces day and then he got sick. So she moved back here. She just wanted to be helpful to him and entrance dad did try he liked brought him place the food but that is nothing compared as man's been several years in a juvenile detention like. Not Okay That's that doesn't mean anything this brought me means nothing. But finally I mean, right before his dad died they did. Kinda. Reconcile. Him. And but his daddy passed away in. Toronto believe moved away and started a family. He colleges wanted to stay out of the limelight a lot for a long time he actually didn't. Have anything to do with the previous documentary though one came out in two, thousand, twelve believe. Like his his face wasn't in it, it was only I think his voice. He did have something to do with obviously when they see us, he was more free to open up thin. So Kevin Kevin. Guy Out and. He moved with his I think he had the biggest support system everybody. Like sisters mom months everybody came to see him. They held him down. He had a lot of support losers crazy. Kevin seemed like he was the smallest of the group at the time. And then They expected this smart guy to do all of this. Also remember we saw that his actual video and he was like a bigger do but they portray him as a little bit petite key in the show, which is super posturing trying to give someone a visual. Take the total opposite and put a small guy some place and expect him to be. Overpowering you're grown woman that is a jogger obviously fit in raping her stuff in it's like..
"central park" Discussed on A TRUE SIDE OF CRIME
"So because of this time line in the major differences that happened in this. It kind of looks as if the rape didn't even happen. At least it's not they're saying that they went to the park at nine not. Doesn't allow time for them to commit a rape. So. Cabinet Raymond were both arrested at the park nine incident. but it was for lesser charges, unlawful. Assembly. they had found the jogger at that time. So they got him for a lawful sip a assembly ANC. Rioted and stuff like that. 'cause it was thirty boys running through Central Park. Of their parents didn't know they were even at the precinct until hours later, which if anybody which I'm sure you do watch any crime shows, you cannot question a minor without their parent. That doesn't even make sense. They're fourteen fifteen. They don't even know what's going on. So. They got detained they get questioned hours later their parents find out there. officer say that Kevin Stadium while being transported. ooh Police record state that Kevin said Amtrak omitted the rate. But there is no evidence that Kevin. Ever. said that. Kevin and even know and. So I don't know how they thought that they were gonNA prove. All, right. So moving on. The very next afternoon corean use of were apprehended. Reports differ as. The next afternoon Korean use of were apprehended. The reports differ as to why Corey went with the cops the cops say his name was on a list it was just misspelled. The young men state he went as a friend. So from what we were able to look into, they had use of name. and Use of went core was whistled. So they were like, Oh, you wanna come with your buddy. The cops say that's not the way happened. But seeing as they lied about a whole bunch of other stuff, I'm inclined not to believe. So and trump take into the precinct by his parents the next morning. He actually got home. He was really dirty. His parents were trying to figure out what in the world was going on day found out that he was at the park that night so. They were like a need to see what's going on tell them what you know. They didn't think that he was actually involved in anything. So. They took him just to take them up there and let him talk to the police. So anybody that they feel that they have and that they can convict, they have them already. So what transpires now in the next sixteen plus hours is a bunch of A. Heart wrenching things such as. Accusing Children of doing these heinous crimes. Depriving them of food in order to get said confessions. the JOGGER..
"central park" Discussed on A TRUE SIDE OF CRIME
"To north west of the crime scene, direct line of vision from crime scene to the Fire Corey wise states that he observed too far while female was being attacked. The group leaves the rape scene. They go southbound across the ballfields they skill. The ninety seventh street transverse row a end up on North pump house fire units are dispatched around nine, thirty, nine and at nine forty. Nine forty, the group arrives at the North the North Pump House the reservoir at nine, forty, five, a jogger assaulted at the reservoir named David Lewis Leaves residents at about nine ten to nine fifteen at nine forty sakes the same jogger reports are sought to a uniform scooter officer on Dr by Ninety Second Street at nine forty, seven, an unidentified jogger harassed chase by the. Group the jogger asked the group. If they want to race, he out runs them. How's that him being chased if he asked that race, that is the this whole time line is a bit weird people czyz. A lot of things that they were penciled in is like some third grader sat down with the crown came up with these things. So we'll woman after that jogger. John a sonic on the reservoir at ninety ninety third to ninety, four, th street he leaves his residence of nine, thirty, nine, fifty, a grew the group splits up some exit, the park at ninety third and P. W. and some remain in the park. The Save. Jagger is before John is found by exhilarate police on the eighty seventh street and West at ten. Oh Five. Uniform Peo- response to seeing the Laughlin assault ninety, four, th street and Ninety Third Street about five minutes. Later, a CPAP AC observed some us at Third Street and C. P W when the AC van pulls alongside them, they jumped the wall, the ACC chasing once they go off at about ten thirty, A. C. Apprehensive five suspects just to be clear AC exhilarating cop so at. Ten fifty. The AC in the suspects arrive at the Central Park precinct the people that were apprehended. were. McCall Kevin Richardson Clarence Thomas, Stephen Lopez, and Raymond Santana the conflicting stories of the defendants. They're saying this an approximate time line based on what the boys initially said, which is not completely true because half the stuff they say until after they were. Assaulted and harassed and held without food..
"central park" Discussed on A TRUE SIDE OF CRIME
"Today we're going to be focusing on the case of the Central Park five one of the biggest cases of this year that were that was one net flicks. A lot of people talked about it and it was all over social media and how people were disgusted with the way these kids retreated. Today we're going to take you through what happened that night and what followed including the confessions of the main five but also some information on the other boys that you may not know about the ones that were arrested and didn't really serve any time and Kinda got off with being punished for anything kind of slap on the wrist a compliment. Steve Lopez Cory Wise `Antonio, mccray Kevin Richardson, Raymond Santana Yusef Salaam were all indicted on rape one sided one sex abuse one attempted murder to to counselor salt one robbery one to cast a robbery to assault one to council assault to write one Raymond Santana and use of were also ultimately what they were charged with was rape in assault. They didn't ultimately what they were found guilty for was ripe us all they were never found guilty further attempted murder. They weren't found guilty. I to me. They were charged with all these things but they were not actually found guilty those charges ended up. They ended up being found not guilty for them. which I guess is good since it gives them less time even though they still had crazy long amounts of time. Okay. The first five. That are the main people are Corey Weiss. Use of Salaam, antra trauma. Kevin Richardson and Raymond Santana. Jumped here. All of these kids were fifteen under. So. We kinda found out cory and use for the only to the actually knew each other. The other was just Khanna saw each other in passing I guess. Just like A. A big party going on in in Central Park that night you know like a bunch of kids know school is having a good time, Kinda. Messing around like kids do. So some the other kids that you'll see brought up in this case are Mike BRASCO and Steve Lopez. Steve Lopez actually knew one of the other boys. And they were kind of together that night. That's how he got drawn into a but. Like, they were brought up on charges. Some of them were dismissed some of them they pleaded down. One of the boys actually initially wants a court. And then he took a plea deal will get into the rest of that later. So the initial charges that were issued for these boys were. Attempted murder, the second degree rape one and assault one. These. Are Some pretty heavy crimes. Li. got. Sodomy..
"central park" Discussed on Toure Show
"They had a ten year slog pressing a lawsuit against New York City, which fought the suit with everything they had until a new mayor. The current mayor Bill de Blasios said, no we're gonna pay them. They at forty one million dollars as a group, but they never got an apology from the city ordered mission of wrongdoing by anyone and nothing has happened. That would prevent all of this from happening to another group of black boys again today. But as of right now, the central park, five have Eva du Vernay standing beside them. Eva has. Done. Whatever does in directed an incredible four part series about their story at his powerful and heartbreaking, and must watch TV she's incredible. I wrote a long piece about the central park five few years ago for playboy magazine called how the central park five still haunt America, and I got to know them. So I called Dr Yusef Salaam and Raymond Santana. And I flew to Atlanta and we sat down and had this epic conversation. It's doctor Yusef Salaam and Raymond Santana. From the central park five on tour show. Use of where are you now in your life? Now that Eva and Oprah. These people are standing behind you. You got paid from the city the world thinks you didn't do it. Where are you now in life? Oh man, I would say I am. Ten levels. Ready for the whole world and ready to live even fuller in that experience. You know, ready to give ready to share? Where did they almost take back everything that was taken from me? And I know that that's not possible, but living in the space of now being present. You know, I always tell people live full die empty, but being able to really for real do that. You know, all of the ideas, the dreams, the hopes to ask, for reasons that I once had that were just like what if sore someday aisles you know what I'm saying? It's a great feeling to know that you don't have to ask permission to live with before we had to ask permission to go to the bathroom. If you can imagine, you know that whole reality is, it's just beautiful to know that you're not crazy, you know that you don't have to raise your hand. Sorry. Use the restroom and everybody's looking at you like. What go to the bathroom? You know what I'm saying? It's just one example, but I mean, it's a beautiful space to be in and to realize that you are actually the hero of your story. You know, and the fact that it's magnified times five is even a better blessing you don't because each one of us have our own, so to speak, specialness, and uniqueness that we bring to the story that makes it even more special stories, you get out of prison, and it was a good ten years, that before you reveal hated and exonerated. Yes. So you're moving through the world go, and I didn't do this, and nobody's really, I mean, some black people with you. But a lot of people are not believing it. Yeah. This is true. This is true. So this is just a total alternate reality for you. This is this is a tectonic shift you know, as we were leading up to thirty I twenty nineteen I was telling folks that we are about. To be hit with a media, right? The whole globe is about to be hit with a meteorite of astronomic proportions. I mean, the fact that this story is going to be rippling around the world. One hundred ninety plus countries. You know, we've, we've still I mean, I know it's just like what two week we're going to have two weeks most in, but it's it feels so good to open up your social media or to bump into folks on the street. We win L eighty other day. And I'm just walking down a block 'cause I'm like, let's go to the mall. You wanna buy some stuff. I'm talking about life and somebody in their car says use of Salaam, and I looked, and I said they talking to me. I said to my wife, I said, it'll be talking to me. She said, yes. I thought it was camouflaged..
"central park" Discussed on The Nightly Rant
"You'll be entertained, and you'll help out a friend now as I said, let's get into today's topic today was move into actually, it was kind of a two-day move in day. Wasn't it? We got unexpected love on Friday expected. Love question, Mark could we had brought our stuff with us then that she would have let us put it in the office? Well, yeah, and then we'd have been able to finish moving in like put up a shelf and all that shit today. Right. Well, maybe not. Well, you probably would have gone to this morning, instead of going to the office first, and then fed lunch and then got up Steph anyway. I think that it's going to be nice to have a place to be that's ours. I think so too. I think the only go if we go tomorrow afternoon to set up the shelf and everything to get it done before Monday morning, cool, if we don't we don't. But I think it'll be nice. Like we get there at the ass crack of dawn on Monday morning to like be able to have my slack open. My click up open and like a bunch of other stuff like tiled on one monitor and then have one door on. That's my life flan. Nice lucky. You challenge. You, are you. I'm in. No hurry, then surely. So I was trolling through mid flicks. When I was looking through their net flicks originals. Yeah. And I came upon this called a short series or something like that. We as probably what like eight episodes. It's called when they see us might be forced for ups and it's. Based upon a real story of the central park, five. Okay. Who the heck? Central park five were falsely convicted. There's Anton, McRae, Kevin Richardson Yussef Salaam, Raymond Santana. And Corey wise those are the central park five k they were convicted falsely of raping Tricia Meli in nineteen eighty nine in between them. They spend between six and thirteen years in prison, the real perpetrator, whose name was Matiz radius, wouldn't be known until two thousand and two, which is crazy, especially since he was in the same area and convicted of a bunch of other like convicted of other things and performing other sexual assaults in the same time period. And it said they found DNA the scene. Why was this DNA never like why was there never? So kinda they railroaded those kids. And like it says here that the race guy was born in Puerto Rico, seventy one he moved to New York City's a child. And at school report. It's this is where our system fails right here because I've seen this firsthand with four different kids. I've seen this thing school reports noted his, I q as being in the seventies and described him as being emotionally disturbed. He later told psychiatrists that he had been sexually assaulted as a small child. Okay. So that's where our system fails us because this guy went in brutally raped this woman and did a whole bunch of other crimes, apparently for other women and murdered Wyan people noticed the problems with him and called him emotionally disturbed early on. But the system doesn't have anything in place that can force, the parents to get help the kid or no, not even force. Let them know that they think their kid is a sociopath so that they could take the proper measures. Yes, he then those little spots like that, are where I sometimes differ with libertarian thinking, because I can see. See making it a really strong suggestion that you might kinda sorta wanna do this..
"central park" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"But like you said that we need to follow up on it. I they had a bunch of rules in place that. Kind of kept it for the wealthier New Yorkers for sure. So like the history of central park is actually a history of class struggle in New York big time. And when it when it opened initially it was kind of like, thanks for the park chumps the taxpayer money. Yeah. And it was like if there was any kind of vent herb or orchestra band or anything like that it took place from Monday to Saturday because if you were labor if you're part of the working class the only day of the week, you had off was Sunday carriages were very much welcomed, and they made up something like fifty or sixty percent of the visitors arrived in carriages yet in the first decade. Fifty percent were in carriages. But like five percent of New Yorkers were wealthy enough to afford care. That says it all right? Exactly. So basically, it was kind of like a stay out kind of thing. They had a ban on group picnics. Yeah. That was a big ones though. Like, all these, you know, big immigrant. Families that love to get together. In large groups. None of that. Couldn't do it. Go to the cemetery. You couldn't ride around in a work cart? So like, yeah. Like if you had a high struck. Yeah. Sorry. Like you wanted to put your family in it to take him out for a Sunday drive note. None of those you had a nice carriage. So they're always all these rules that were enforced for a little while. And then finally the rest of New York, the other New Yorkers said, this is B S. Yeah. Let's let's loosen these up a little bit and they finally petitioned for some changes in central park. Finally in the eighteen seventies became a true public park. Yes. Like little by little us. When it started to ease on some of these rules, apparently olmstead was not a fan of children traipsing all over the grass. So he would have been none too pleased with family picnics and all of it on the. Great lawn. Yeah. Obviously that changed over the years as well. And since you know, mid eighteen seventy five in on it's been a series of progressive minded, people that have opened up the park in democratized it decades and decades, but it's also been kind of this push and pull like, okay how much for the people? Should we add some like a swimming pool? Yeah. Or like some like should we put the baseball stadium here? That was a proposal at one point in time..